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Oh Corin, that thou knew'st how I do loue her.O Corin, that thou knewest how I do love her!AYL II.iv.19
No Corin, being old, thou canst not guesse,No, Corin, being old thou canst not guess,AYL II.iv.21
Though in thy youth thou wast as true a louerThough in thy youth thou wast as true a loverAYL II.iv.22
As euer sigh'd vpon a midnight pillow:As ever sighed upon a midnight pillow.AYL II.iv.23
But if thy loue were euer like to mine,But if thy love were ever like to mine – AYL II.iv.24
As sure I thinke did neuer man loue so:As sure I think did never man love so – AYL II.iv.25
How many actions most ridiculous,How many actions most ridiculousAYL II.iv.26
Hast thou beene drawne to by thy fantasie?Hast thou been drawn to by thy fantasy?AYL II.iv.27
Oh thou didst then neuer loue so hartily,O, thou didst then never love so heartily.AYL II.iv.29
If thou remembrest not the slightest folly,If thou rememberest not the slightest follyAYL II.iv.30
That euer loue did make thee run into,That ever love did make thee run into,AYL II.iv.31
Thou hast not lou'd.Thou hast not loved.AYL II.iv.32
Or if thou hast not sat as I doe now,Or if thou hast not sat as I do now,AYL II.iv.33
Wearing thy hearer in thy Mistris praise,Wearing thy hearer in thy mistress' praise,AYL II.iv.34
Thou hast not lou'd.Thou hast not loved.AYL II.iv.35
Or if thou hast not broke from companie,Or if thou hast not broke from companyAYL II.iv.36
Abruptly as my passion now makes me,Abruptly, as my passion now makes me,AYL II.iv.37
Thou hast not lou'd.Thou hast not loved.AYL II.iv.38
O Phebe, Phebe, Phebe. O Phebe, Phebe, Phebe!AYL II.iv.39
Sweet Phebe doe not scorne me, do not PhebeSweet Phebe, do not scorn me, do not, Phebe.AYL III.v.1
Say that you loue me not, but say not soSay that you love me not, but say not soAYL III.v.2
In bitternesse; the common executionerIn bitterness. The common executioner,AYL III.v.3
Whose heart th'accustom'd sight of death makes hardWhose heart th' accustomed sight of death makes hard,AYL III.v.4
Falls not the axe vpon the humbled neck,Falls not the axe upon the humbled neckAYL III.v.5
But first begs pardon: will you sterner beBut first begs pardon: will you sterner beAYL III.v.6
Then he that dies and liues by bloody drops?Than he that dies and lives by bloody drops?AYL III.v.7
O deere Phebe,O dear Phebe,AYL III.v.27.2
If euer (as that euer may be neere)If ever – as that ever may be near – AYL III.v.28
You meet in some fresh cheeke the power of fancie,You meet in some fresh cheek the power of fancy,AYL III.v.29
Then shall you know the wouuds inuisibleThen shall you know the wounds invisibleAYL III.v.30
That Loues keene arrows make.That love's keen arrows make.AYL III.v.31.1
Sweet Phebe.Sweet Phebe – AYL III.v.83.1
Sweet Phebe pitty me.Sweet Phebe, pity me.AYL III.v.84
Where euer sorrow is, reliefe would be:Wherever sorrow is, relief would be.AYL III.v.86
If you doe sorrow at my griefe in loue,If you do sorrow at my grief in love,AYL III.v.87
By giuing loue your sorrow, and my griefeBy giving love, your sorrow and my griefAYL III.v.88
Were both extermin'd.Were both extermined.AYL III.v.89
I would haue you.I would have you.AYL III.v.91.1
So holy, and so perfect is my loue,So holy and so perfect is my love,AYL III.v.99
And I in such a pouerty of grace,And I in such a poverty of grace,AYL III.v.100
That I shall thinke it a most plenteous cropThat I shall think it a most plenteous cropAYL III.v.101
To gleane the broken eares after the manTo glean the broken ears after the manAYL III.v.102
That the maine haruest reapes: loose now and thenThat the main harvest reaps. Loose now and thenAYL III.v.103
A scattred smile, and that Ile liue vpon.A scattered smile, and that I'll live upon.AYL III.v.104
Not very well, but I haue met him oft,Not very well, but I have met him oft,AYL III.v.106
And he hath bought the Cottage and the boundsAnd he hath bought the cottage and the boundsAYL III.v.107
That the old Carlot once was Master of.That the old carlot once was master of.AYL III.v.108
Phebe, with all my heart.Phebe, with all my heart.AYL III.v.136.1
My errand is to you, faire youth,My errand is to you, fair youth:AYL IV.iii.7
My gentle Phebe, did bid me giue you this:My gentle Phebe bid me give you this.AYL IV.iii.8
I know not the contents, but as I guesseI know not the contents, but as I guessAYL IV.iii.9
By the sterne brow, and waspish actionBy the stern brow and waspish actionAYL IV.iii.10
Which she did vse, as she was writing of it,Which she did use as she was writing of it,AYL IV.iii.11
It beares an angry tenure; pardon me,It bears an angry tenor. Pardon me,AYL IV.iii.12
I am but as a guiltlesse messenger.I am but as a guiltless messenger.AYL IV.iii.13
No, I protest, I know not the contents,No, I protest, I know not the contents;AYL IV.iii.22
Phebe did write it.Phebe did write it.AYL IV.iii.23.1
Sure it is hers.Sure, it is hers.AYL IV.iii.31
So please you, for I neuer heard it yet:So please you, for I never heard it yet;AYL IV.iii.38
Yet heard too much of Phebes crueltie.Yet heard too much of Phebe's cruelty.AYL IV.iii.39
Call you this railing?Call you this railing?AYL IV.iii.44
Call you this chiding?Call you this chiding?AYL IV.iii.65
It is to be all made of sighes and teares,It is to be all made of sighs and tears,AYL V.ii.79
And so am I for Phebe.And so am I for Phebe.AYL V.ii.80
It is to be all made of faith and seruice,It is to be all made of faith and service,AYL V.ii.84
And so am I for Phebe.And so am I for Phebe.AYL V.ii.85
It is to be all made of fantasie,It is to be all made of fantasy,AYL V.ii.89
All made of passion, and all made of wishes,All made of passion, and all made of wishes,AYL V.ii.90
All adoration, dutie, and obseruance,All adoration, duty and observance,AYL V.ii.91
All humblenesse, all patience, and impatience,All humbleness, all patience, and impatience,AYL V.ii.92
All puritie, all triall, all obseruance:All purity, all trial, all observance;AYL V.ii.93
And so am I for Phebe.And so am I for Phebe.AYL V.ii.94
If this be so, why blame you me to loue you?If this be so, why blame you me to love you?AYL V.ii.99
Ile not faile, if I liue.I'll not fail, if I live.AYL V.ii.116
Though to haue her and death, were both one thing.Though to have her and death were both one thing.AYL V.iv.17
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