MESSENGER
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Where is my Lady?Where is my lady?MV II.ix.85.1
Madam, there is a-lighted at your gateMadam, there is alighted at your gateMV II.ix.86
A yong Venetian, one that comes beforeA young Venetian, one that comes beforeMV II.ix.87
To signifie th' approaching of his Lord,To signify th' approaching of his lord,MV II.ix.88
From whom he bringeth sensible regreets;From whom he bringeth sensible regreets,MV II.ix.89
To wit (besides commends and curteous breath)To wit, besides commends and courteous breath,MV II.ix.90
Gifts of rich value; yet I haue not seeneGifts of rich value. Yet I have not seenMV II.ix.91
So likely an Embassador of loue.So likely an ambassador of love.MV II.ix.92
A day in Aprill neuer came so sweeteA day in April never came so sweetMV II.ix.93
To show how costly Sommer was at hand,To show how costly summer was at hand,MV II.ix.94
As this fore-spurrer comes before his Lord.As this fore-spurrer comes before his lord.MV II.ix.95
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