Full Log #5

Complete training session logs dump.

Taken with Ctrl-C/Ctrl-V from Notepad.

Ok, I know … Must confest. Training this under Windows … Guilty as charged!

Training from scratch with gpt2
checkpoint_steps: 100
Train inputs found: 187
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===== CHECKPOINT 009 EX # 005 K 50 P 0.9 =====

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===== CHECKPOINT 010 EX # 001 K 50 P 0.9 =====

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===== CHECKPOINT 010 EX # 002 K 50 P 0.9 =====

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===== CHECKPOINT 010 EX # 003 K 50 P 0.9 =====

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===== CHECKPOINT 010 EX # 004 K 50 P 0.9 =====

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===== CHECKPOINT 010 EX # 005 K 50 P 0.9 =====

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===== CHECKPOINT 011 EX # 001 K 50 P 0.9 =====

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===== CHECKPOINT 011 EX # 002 K 50 P 0.9 =====

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===== CHECKPOINT 011 EX # 003 K 50 P 0.9 =====

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===== CHECKPOINT 011 EX # 004 K 50 P 0.9 =====

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===== CHECKPOINT 011 EX # 005 K 50 P 0.9 =====

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===== CHECKPOINT 012 EX # 001 K 50 P 0.9 =====

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===== CHECKPOINT 012 EX # 002 K 50 P 0.9 =====

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===== CHECKPOINT 012 EX # 003 K 50 P 0.9 =====

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===== CHECKPOINT 012 EX # 004 K 50 P 0.9 =====

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===== CHECKPOINT 012 EX # 005 K 50 P 0.9 =====

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the “others” of the “others” of the “others.” “others,” “others,” “other “others,” “others,” “others,” “others,” “other “others,” “others,” “others,” “others,” “others,” “others,” “others,” “other “other “others,” “others,” “other “others,” “others,” “others,” “others,” “others,” “others,” “others,” “others,” “others,” “others,” “other “others,” “,” “others,” “others,” “other “others,” “other” “others,” “others,” “others,” “other “other “others,” “other” “others,” “others,” “others,” “others,” “others,” “other “other new “otherwise.


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will be the hand, the hand, the hand, the hand, the hand, the hand, the hand, the hand, the hand, the hand, hand hand, the hand, the hand, the hand, the hand, the hand, the hand, the hand, the hand, the hand, the hand, the hand, the hand, the hand hand, the hand hand, hand, the hand,…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

9. (2) (c) (d) (e) (d) (f) (g) (h) (i) (j) (k) (l) (m) () (n) (o) () () (p) (q) (r) (s) (t) (u) () () (u) (v) (w) ( g I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I


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the work which is in the work of the million, the million, the million, the million, the million, million, the million, the million, the million, the million million, the million, the million, the million, million, million, the million million, the million, the million, the million, the million, the million, the million, the million, the million the million,, the million, the,,,, the number, the number,, the number,, the number, the number, the number, the number, the,, the number,, the number,, the number, the number, the number, the number, the number, the number, the number, the number, the number, the number, the number,,,,, the number,,,, million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million





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the future of the thousand thousand thousand of one thousand thousand thousand of million thousand of the thousand thousand thousand of the thousand thousand thousand million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million million m million m million m million m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m


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be the work of the hands of the hand of the hand
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===== CHECKPOINT 018 EX # 001 K 50 P 0.9 =====

be in the hand of the hand of the hand of the hand of the hand of the hand of the hand of the hand of the hand of the hand of the hand of the hand of the hand of the hand of the hand of the hand the hand the of the hand the hand the hand the hand the hand the hand the hand the hand the hand the hand the hand the hand the hand the hand the hand the hand the hand the hand the hand the hand the the one the one the one the one the one the one the one the one the one the one the one the one the one the one the one the one the one the one the one the one the one the one the one the (1) the one a one the one the the one the one the one the one the one the one the one the one the one the one the one the one the one the one the one the one the one the one the one the the hand the one the the one the the one the one the one the one the the one the one the one the one the one the one the one the one the one the one the one the one the one the one the one the one the one the one the one the one hand the one the one the the the one the one the one the one the the one the one the the one the one the the one the one the the one the one the one the one Mr. J. J. J. J. J Mr Mr. J Mr Mr Mr. J. J. J. J. J. J. J. J. J. J. J. J. J. J. J. J. J. J. J. J. J. J. J. J Mr. J Mr Mr. J. J Mr. J. J. J Mr Mr Mr. J. J. J Mr Mr Mr Mr. J Mr Mr. J. J Mr. J. J Mr Mr Mr. J. J. J Mr. J. J. J Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr. Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr.














































































































































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the future.
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===== CHECKPOINT 018 EX # 004 K 50 P 0.9 =====

the one- good one- good one- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good good good- good good- good- good- good good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good good- good- good good- good- good- good- good good- good- good- good- good- good good- good good- good- good good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good good- good good good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good good good- good- good- good good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good good- good- good good- good- good- good good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good good good good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good good- good good good- good good- good- good- good good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good good- good- good- good- good- good bad- good- good- good- good- good- good good- good- good good- good good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good good- good- good- good good- good- good- good- good good good- good good- good- good- good- good- good good- good good- good- good good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good- good good good ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____

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have done with me with you and with your love and with your love and with your love and with your love and with the love and with the love and with the love and with the love and with the love and with the love and with the love and with the love and with the love with the love and with with the love and with the love and with the love and with the love and with the love and with the love and with the love and with the love and with with with the and the for the for and the for the for the for the for the for the for the for the for including the for the for the for including the for the for the for the for the for the for including including the for the for the for the for the for including including the for including the for the for the for the for the for the for the for the for the for the including the including the for including the for the including the for the for the for the for the for the including including including the including the for the for the including including the including including the for the for the for the for the for the for the for the for the for the for including including the including including the for including the including including the for the for 37 38 38 39 39 40 41 42 43 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 56 58 57 58 58 58 58 59 60 61 58 59 58 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 71 72 73

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, and do not go

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: The good things shall come

And thou shalt not be defiled:
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they they shall be


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on or the one hundred percent of the million number of the number of the number number of the number of the number of the number of million or the number million or the number of the number of the number of the number of the number of the number million or million or the number million or the number of million or the number of the number of million or the and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and or and and and and and and and and and and and and


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(8), ()
(8)

The first part of this sentence is the (10)

The second part (8)
(10)

The third part (8)

THE FIRST PART OF THIS (10)

THE FIRST PART of this sentence is the (11)
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THE FIRST part of (11)
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(12) (12)
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the first part of this sentence is the (14)

the second part of (13)

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the second part of the second (14)
(14) the first part of the second (15)

the second part of the second (15) the first part of the second (16)
(16) the second (16)

The first part of this sentence is the (17)
(17) the second part of the second (18) the first part (18
(18) the second part of the second (19)

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(19) the first part of (20)
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(24) the second part of the (25)

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(25) the first part (26) the first part of a frame (27)

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, and and the house, and the garden, and the tree, and the tree, and the earth, and the water, and the fire, and the water, and the water, and the breath, and the eye, and the tooth, and the eye, and the breath, and the word, and the voice, and and the word, and the fire, and the night, and the night, and the day, and the day, and the day, and the night, and the day, and the day, and the night, and the day, and the night, and the night, and the hour, and and the hour and the hour, and the hour, and the hour, and the hour, and the hour, and the hour, and the hour, and the hour, and the hour, and the hour, and the hour, and and the time, and the hour and and the number, and the number, and the number, and the number, and the number, and the number, and and the number, and the number and, and the number, and, and and, and even, and even, and even, and even, and even, and even, and even, and even, and and and, and many, and many, and many, and many, and many, and many, and many, and many, and many, and many, and many, and many, and many, 37 38 39 40 41 42 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 53 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 58 59 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 59 61 62 59 62 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 60 62 61 63 66 68 69 71 72 73 60 62 61 63 66 68 69 72 73 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 81 82 83 84 61 62 61 63 66 68 69 73 74 75 77 78 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 62 62 62 61 62 69 69 71 73 74 76 77 78 82 85 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 62 61 61 62 69 70 72 73 74 77 78 85 86 87 89 61 61 62 61 62 69 71 73 74 76 77 78 89 89 90 91 92 93 61 61 61 62 69 70 72 73 56 58 58 58 58 58 58 58 58 59 59 59 59 59 59 59 59 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 84 86 87 89 90 91 92 94 85 87 89 90 91 93 85 88 90 91 91 94 85 88 90 91 93 86 87 89 90 91 92 93 87 89 90 91 92 94 85 87 89 91 92 94 85 87 89 89 90 91 92 94 85 86 88 89 90 91 92 94 85 87 89 91 92 93 85 87 89 89 90 91 92 94 85 87 89 89 90 91 92 94 85 87 89 90 90 90 91 92 94 85 86 89 90 91 92 94 85 87 89 90 90 91 92 94 85 87 89 90 91 92 94 85 87 89 90 90 91 92 94 85 87 89 90 90 91 92 94 85 87 89 90 91 91 92 94 85 87 89 37 8 10 12 8 10 10 10 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 42 42 39 39 39 37 39 39 39 39 39 39 39 39 38 39 39 39 39 39 39 39 39 39 39 39 38 39 38 39 39 39 39 38 39 38 39 39 39 39 39 39 39 39 39 38 39 39 38 39 38 38 38 38 38 38 38 38 38 38 38 38 39 38 39 38 39 38 39 38 39 39 39 38 39 39 39 38 39 38 39 39 39 39 39 38 39 39 39 39 38 39 39 39 38 39 39 39 39 38 39 39 39 38 39 38 39 38 39 39 38 39 39 39 39 38 39 38 39 39 38 39 39 39 39 38


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and and he will he shall be of his father and he shall he be of his mother and he shall he be of his father and he shall he be of his mother and he shall he be of his father and he shall he be of his mother and he shall he be of his father and he shall he be of his father and he shall he be of and he shall he be of the of the of the of the of the of the of the of the of the of the of the of the of of the of the of the of the of the of the of the of the of the of the of of of the of of the


===== CHECKPOINT 020 EX # 002 K 50 P 0.9 =====

. for the loss of a man.

Hearing;
for the loss of a woman.
being, which makes the mind of man;

Hanging;

Threat;
being, which destroys the mind of man;

Hanging on,

Thy name,

What it is,
making the heart of a slave;

Shall we not see,

Hanging on,

Hanging on,

Thy name,

How it is,

How it is made,

How it is made,
to a man;

What it is,

How it is made,

How it is made,

Being,

Hanging on,

Hanging on,

Hanging on,

Hanging on,

Thy name,

Which they are,

And they are,

And they are,

Thy name,

Which they are,

And being,
They are,

They are,

Thy name,

Which they are,

Which they are,
being,

Which they being
being

Which they are,

Their being,

Their being,

Shall they not see,

They cannot tell,

They cannot know,
do not know


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, and have done good, and shall not suffer any one to be polluted; but I will be one and a living thing, and that I may be one, and that I may be one; and that I may be one; and that I may be one.

13: will remain all that I am, and will not make any thing pass through me, nor any thing perish but myself; and that I will not know any thing, nor any thing be, nor anything be, nor anything be; nor any thing be, nor any thing be, but thou alone shalt be one, and the one who shall love me.
will not know how to love, nor how shall love, nor how my being can be.

14: behold, behold, behold, behold, behold, behold, behold, behold, behold, behold, behold, and behold, and behold, and behold, and behold, and behold, and behold, and behold, and behold, and behold, and behold, and behold, and behold, and behold, and behold, and behold, and, and
, and all that they shall possess.

15 is the number of the glory of his name, and shall make his kingdom come: and my word shall be the beginning of his kingdom, and the beginning of his kingdom shall be his glory.

16: behold, behold and other worlds are hid from thee, and the heaven and the earth are not hidden from thee.
will not be hid from thee, and the earth shall be not hid from thee.


17: behold, behold, behold, and other kingdoms, and kingdoms, and kingdoms, and kingdoms, and kingdoms, and kings of heaven, and kings of earth, and kings of heaven, and kings of earth, and kings of heaven, and kings of heaven, and kings and age of their age.
will not bear their own age, and their wealth will be not hid from them, and their pride will not be hid from.

20: behold, behold, and other things that are in heaven, and in their days, and their times, and their seasons, and their seasons, and their seasons, and their seasons, and their seasons, and their seasons, and their seasons, and their seasons, and their seasons, and their seasons, and their seasons, and their seasons, and their seasons, and their seasons, and their seasons, and their seasons, and their seasons, and their seasons, and their seasons, and their seasons, and their seasons, and their seasons, and their seasons, and and the ages, and the ages, and the ages, and the ages, and the ages, and the ages, and the ages, and their ages, and their seasons, and their seasons, and their seasons, and their seasons, and their seasons, and their seasons, and their seasons, and their seasons, and their seasons, and their seasons, and their seasons, and their seasons, and their seasons, and their seasons, and their seasons, and their seasons, and their seasons, and their seasons, and their seasons, and their seasons, and their seasons, and their seasons, and their seasons, and and their seasons, and their seasons, and their seasons, and their seasons, and their seasons, and their seasons, and their seasons, and their seasons, and their seasons, and their seasons, and their seasons, and their seasons, and their seasons, and their seasons, and and their seasons, and and their seasons, and their seasons, and their seasons, and their seasons, and their seasons, and their seasons, and their seasons, and their seasons, and their seasons, and their seasons, and their seasons, and their seasons, and their seasons, and their seasons, and their seasons, and and, and their seasons, and, and their seasons, and their seasons, and their seasons, and their seasons, and their seasons, and their seasons, and their seasons, and their seasons, and their seasons, and and their seasons, and their and their dabbles, and their dabbles, and their d and their dabbles, and, and their
and their dabbles, and their dabbles, and their dabbbles, and their dabbbles, and their dabbles, and their dabbbles, and their dabbbles, and their dabbbles, and their dabbbles, and their dabbbles, and their dabbbles, and their d and their d, and their
* and their dabbbles, and their dabbbles, and and their th, and their th, and their
: and their th, and their th, and their th, and their th, and their dabbbles, and their dabbbles, and their dabbbles,


===== CHECKPOINT 020 EX # 004 K 50 P 0.9 =====

of things and of their things, and of their works, and of their works, and of their things.

9 And he that he should be worthy of his things, and of their things, and of their things, and their deeds, and their deeds, and their deeds, and of their words, and of their words, and of their words, and of their words, and of their things, and of their books, and and of their books, and of their books, and of their books, and of their books, and of their books, and of things, and of their things, and of their things, and of their words, and and things and of their words, and of their books, and of their books, and of their books, and of their things, and of their books, and of their things, and of their books, and and of things, and and thoughts and the things, and of their thoughts, and of their thoughts, and of their thoughts, and of their thoughts, and of their thoughts, and of their thoughts, and of their things, and of things, and of their things, and of their things, and of their things, and of their words, and and of their things, and of their books and books, and and their books, and of their books, and of their books, and of their books, and of their books, and of their books, and of their books, and of their books, and of things, and and parts, and of their parts, and of their parts, and of their parts, and of their parts, and of their parts, and of their parts, and of their parts, and of their part, and of their parts, and of their parts, and of their parts, and of their parts, and of their parts, and of their part, and and parts and their parts, and their parts, and their parts, and their parts, and their parts, and of their parts, and of and their parts, and of their parts, and, and and his part, and his part, and his part, and his part, and his part, and his part, and his part, and their parts, and their parts, and their parts, and their parts, and their parts, and their parts, and of their parts, and of their parts, and of their parts, and of their parts, and of their parts, and of their parts, and of their parts, and of their parts, and of their parts, and of their parts, and of their parts, and of their parts, and of their parts, and of their parts, and of and parts, and their parts, and their parts and their parts, and their parts, and their parts, and their parts, and of their parts, and of their parts, and of their parts, and of their parts, and of their parts, and and their parts, and their parts, and and their parts, and their parts, and their, and their parts, and their parts, and their numbers, and their numbers, and their numbers, and their numbers, and their numbers, and their numbers, and their numbers, and their numbers, and their numbers, and their numbers, and their numbers, and their numbers, and their numbers, and their numbers, and their numbers, and their numbers, and their numbers, and and hours, and their hours, and their hours, and their hours, and their hours, and their hours, and their hours, and their hours, their hours, and their hours and their hours, and and their hours, and and their hours, and their hours, and their hours, and their hours, and their hours, and their hours, and their hours, and their hours, and their hours, and their hours, and their hours, and their hours, and their hours, and their hours, and their hours, and their hours, and their hours,, and their hours, and their hours, and their hours to the end of the world, which is his own, and in his own part, and in his own part, and in his own part, and in his own part, and in his own part, and in and his own part, and in his own part, and in his own part, and in his own part, and in his own part, and in his own part, and in his own part, and in his and his and his part, and in his other part, and and his other part, and in his other part, and his other part, and in his other part, and in his other and other part, and in


===== CHECKPOINT 020 EX # 005 K 50 P 0.9 =====

is not the same as the same as the same as the same as the same as

And behold, he that is that will live shall live

And all that is he that is dead shall be

And all that is the shadow shall be

And all that is the shadow shall be

And all that is the shadow shall be

And all that is the shadow shall be

And all that is the shadow shall be

And all that is the shadow shall be

And all that is the shadow shall be

And all and all which is the ground shall be

And all the fear is his shadow

And all the fear of his shadow

And all his anger shall be

And all his hatred shall be

And all his judgment shall be

And all his jealousy shall be

And all his jealousy of his shadow

And all his fear of his shadow
will be his fear

And all his fear of his shadow

And all his fear of his shadow

And all his hate will be his hate
will be his fear

And all his hate of his shadow
will be his hate

And all his love will be his love

And all the love of his shadow

And all his love of his shadow

And all the love of his shadow

And all the love will be his love
will be’s love

And all the love of his shadow

And all the love of his shadow

And all the love of his shadow

And all the love of their shadow

And all the love of their shadow

And all the love of their shadow

And all the love of their shadow
would be their love


And all the love of their shadow
would be their
would be their shadow
would be their shadow

And all the love of their shadow

And a will be their shadow

And all the love a shall be their shadow
a will be their shadow a

All the love of their shadow

And all in this is an image

And all the love of their shadow

And all the love of their shadow

And all the love of their shadow

And all the love of their shadow

And all the love of their shadow

And all the love of their shadow

And all the love of their shadow

And all the love of their shadow
a will be their shadow

And in this is an image
in this is an image

All the fear of this is another

And all the fear of this is another

And all the love of this is another
in this is an image

And all in this is
in this

All the fear of this is another

And in this is a dead and false

But every which is a dead and false

But every which is a dead and false
in this is an image

And every which is a dead and false

But every which a dead and false

But every which is a dead and false

But every which is a dead and false

But every which is a dead and false

And every which is a dead and false

And every which is a dead and and false

And every which is a dead and false

But every which is a dead and false
in this is an image
in

of this is a dead and false


And every which is a dead and false

of this is a dead and false


And every which is a dead and

And every that is a dead and false


But every which is a dead and
of this is a dead and false

And every which is a dead and false

And every which is a dead and false

, and, and, and, and


As this is a new night, and

As this is a new day

And as this is a new day

And as this is a new night


And, and as this is a new day

And as is a new day

And as this is a new night

and to the and


===== CHECKPOINT 021 EX # 001 K 50 P 0.9 =====

I cannot obey him but in faith


I may not obey him but in faith

To love and to love, to love and to love

To love and
To hate and to hate, and to hate and to hate

To love and and to love, to love and
To hate and to hate, and to hate

To hate and to love, and to hate

To hate and to love, and to hate

To hate and but in my soul

To love and in my mind

To love and in my mind

To love and in my mind

To love and in my mind

To love and in my mind

To love and in my mind

To love and in my mind

To love and in my mind

To love and in

To love and in my mind

To love and in my mind

To love and in my mind

To love and in my mind

To love and in my mind

To love and in my mind

To love and in my mind

To love and in my mind

To love and in my mind

To love and but in my heart

To love and in my heart

To love and in my heart

To love and in my heart

To love and in my heart

To love and in my heart

To love and in my heart

To love and in my

To love and in my heart

To love and in my mind

To love and in my mind

To love, and in my spirit

To love and in my spirit

To love, and in my spirit

To love, and in my spirit


To love, and and in my spirit


To love and in my spirit

To love, and in my spirit

To love and in


To love, and in my spirit

To love, and in


===== CHECKPOINT 021 EX # 002 K 50 P 0.9 =====

to be that I might not be, as I might be, as I might be, as I might be, as I might be, as I might be, as I might be, as I might be, as I might be, as I might be, as I might be, as I might be, as I might be, as I might be, as I might be, as I might be, as I might be, as I might be, as I might be, as I might be, as I have be, as I have be, as I have be, as I have have been, as I have been, as I have been, as I have been, as I have been, as I have been, as I have been, as I have been, as I have been, as I have been, as I have been, as I have been, as I have been, as I have been, as I have been, as I have been, as I have been, as as I have been, as I have been, as I have been, as I have been, as I have been, as I have been, as I have been, as I have been, as I have been, as I have been, as I have been, as I have been, as have been, as I have been, have been, as I have been, as I have been, as I have been, as I have been, as I have been, as I have been, as I have been, as have been, as I have been, as I have been, as I have been, as I have been, as I have been, as I have been, as I have been, as I have been, as I have been, as I have been, as I have been, as I have been, as I have been, as I have been, as I have been, as I have been, as I have been, as I have been, as I have been, as I have been, as have, as I have been, as I have been, as I have been, as, as I have been, as as I have been, as I have been, as I have been, as, as as as I, as I have been, as I have been, as as I have been, as as as I have been, as I have been, as as as I have been, as I have been, as I have been, as I have been, as I as I have been, as as I have been, as as I have been, as I as I have been, as as as as I have been, as I have been, as I have been, as as I have been, as I have been, as as I have been, as I have been, as I have been, as I have been, as I have been, as as I have been, as I have been, as I have been, as I have been, as I have been, as I have been, as I have been, as I have been, as I have been, as I have been, as as I have as I have been, as as I have been, as I have been, as I have been, as shall be, as I have been, as I have been, as I have been, as I have been, as I have been, as I have been, as I have been, as I have been, as I have been, as I have as I have been, as I have been, as I have been, as as as I have been, as I have been, as I have been, as I have been, as as I have been, as I have been, as I have been, as as I have been, as I have as as I have been, as as I as I have been, as as I have been, as I have been, as I have been, as as I have been, as I have been, as as I have been, as as I have been, as I as I have been, as I have as I have been, as I have been, as I have been, as I have been, as I


===== CHECKPOINT 021 EX # 003 K 50 P 0.9 =====

is is one.

(b)A thing which is not a thing, or an thing which is a thing, is not a thing, nor a thing which is a thing, is not a thing, nor a thing which is a thing.
being, the very body, but being one, and being one.

(c being, the being in whose blood is pure and pure,

(d)the being in whose blood is purified and purified,
, the being in whose heart is pure and pure,

(e)the being in where is pure, and being not in
where,

( but not being

(n)the being in which is pure and pure,


(o)the being in whose breath is pure, and
, the being in which is pure, and
, the being in which is pure.
being, the one whose breath is pure,

(v)the one whom being is, and
, the being in whose breath is pure,

(w)the being in whose breath is pure, and
, the being in,

(x)the being in whose breath is pure,
, the being in whose breath,

(y which being is, and
which being is,
and therefore

(z)the being in which is pure and pure,

(k)the being in which is, and

(l)The being in which is pure and pure,

(m)the being in which is pure and pure,
and the being in,

(n)the being in which is pure and pure,
and the being

(o)the in, and
and the being in

(p)the growing-up

(r)the growing-up
or that which is on the ground, and being,

(s)the growing-up

(t)the rising-up

(u)the rising-up

(v)the rising-up
in the air

(w)the rising-up
in the sky
in the heavens

(x)the rising-

in the heaven

(y)the rising- iding

(z in the water)
in the water
in the heaven
in the water

(o)the being in which is purified and pure
in the holy heaven, and
in the heavenly heaven

(b)the being in which is purified and pure,

(c)the being in, and
in the holy heaven
in the heavenly heaven
in the heavenly heaven


===== CHECKPOINT 021 EX # 004 K 50 P 0.9 =====

of great of the great

Lion’s eye: in his his eye is a great,

Lion’s tongue: in his tongue is a great,

Lion’s tooth: in his’s tooth is a great,

The head: in his head is a great,

The tongue: in’s tongue is a great,

The eye: in his eye is a great,

The hand: in his hand is a great,

The tongue: in his tongue is a great,

The eye: in his eye is a great,

The head: in his head is:

The tongue of the sea: in his tongue is a great,


The tongue of the sun: in his tongue is a great,

The tongue of the sun: in his tongue is a great,

The tongue of the sky: in his,

The tongue of the stars: in his tongue is a great,


The tongue of the stars: in his tongue is a great,


The tongue of the moon: in his tongue is a great,



The tongue of the moon:


The tongue of the sun: in his tongue is a

The tongue of the moon: in his tongue is a m


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that be, not that I should be, not that I should not be, not that I should not be, not that I should not be, not that I should not be, not that I should not be, not that I should not be, not that I should not be, not that I should not be, not that I should not be, not that I should not be, not that I should not be, not that how should I say, I will not have said, I will not have said, I will not have said, I will not have said, I will not have said, I will not have said, I will not have said, I will not have said, I will not have said, I will not have said, I will not have said, I will not have said, I will not have said, I will not have said, I will not have said, I will not have said, I will not have said, I will not have said, I will not have said, I will not have said, I will not have said, I will not have said, I will not have said, I have said, I will not have said, I will not have said, I will not have said, I will not have said, I will not have said, I will not have said, I will not have said, I will not have said, I will not have have said have, I will not have

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I do not hate my law, but my spirit

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, and shall not be
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to know what things do and do not do, but know what things do and do not do.

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is true to his own desire.

“So it is not true to the love of this world to make him want him, nor to have him desire me, but to do what is good to me, and to love my enemies, and to love my friend as myself; but to do what is good to him, and to love me as myself, and to hate him as myself, and to hate him as myself.

“So it is not true to the love and the love love should be reconciled to the love love, and both of them should strive and strive for true love, that no one should ever be condemned to his own shame, but to be reconciled to the love love and to love love, that if one should be condemned to his own shame, one should be reconcil to the love of one’s own nature, and the other to the love of others.

“If it be necessary for one to know what things do and do not do, what things do not do and do not do, but what things do not do and do not do, but how things do and how things do,

“But if it be necessary for the love of self and self, how things do and do not do, and whether it be necessary for it to know what things do and do and do not do, what things do and do not do, but whether it be necessary for them to know what things do and do not do,


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“And if it be necessary for love and love to know what things do and that those that do so do so

But if it be necessary for love and love to know what things do and do and then what things do not do,

“And if it be necessary to be true to what is good and to believe what is false,

“And if it be necessary for love and love to know what things do, and how things do what do them, and whether it be necessary for love and love to know what things do and do not, and whether it be necessary for love to know what things do and do and what do not do, and whether it be necessary for love to know what things do and what do not do, and whether it be necessary for love to be true to what is good and to believe what in that things do

“But if it be necessary for me and for me and for me and for me and for me and for me, but what it is not true to say, and what it is not true to say,


“And if it be false to be true and to be false, and to be false,

“And if it be false and to be false, and to be false,
and it is false and to be false, and to be false, and to be true,

And if it be false and and it is not true to say, and to say and to say,

“That there is no need for one in one to know what is good and what is bad,

And that there is no need for love in one to know what is good and,

“For when it is lawful for love to know what things do and do not, and where they do and do not,

“But when it is lawful for love to know what things do and do not do, and what they do,

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“And when it is lawful for love to know what things do and do not do, and what they do,

“And when and it is lawful for love to know what is good and
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a ten thousand hundred thousand five thousand ten thousand thousand six thousand six hundred thousand five thousand five thousand four thousand four thousand four million four thousand four thousand three thousand two hundred thousand one thousand one thousand two thousand one thousand one thousand one thousand twenty thousand one thousand one hundred thousand twenty thousand one hundred thousand twenty thousand one thousand four thousand one thousand three million one thousand three hundred two thousand two hundred one thousand one thousand one thousand million one million one million five million five million five million five million five million one million two million two million three million one million three million three million two million two million three million one million one million three million two million three million one million one million four million four million four million four million five million five million five million five million five million five 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, then being done, and therefore thou shalt be seen, and therefore I am done: and when thou hast done, yet the law, which thou art not, hath not done: and therefore, that which thou dost not do, yet thou shalt be: and therefore, that which thou do, yet I am done: and therefore, that which thou doest, yet thou doest not: and therefore, that which thou doest not, yet thou shalt be done: and therefore, that which thou doest, yet I am done: and therefore, that which thou doest, but I am done: and therefore, that which thou do, yet I am done: and therefore, that which thou dost not, yet I am done: and therefore, that which thou dost, yet I am done: and therefore, that which thou dost, yet I am done: and therefore, that which thou doest, yet I am done: and therefore, that which thou dost, yet I am done: and therefore, that which thou do not, yet dost I do: and therefore, that which thou dost, yet doth I do: and therefore, that which thou dost, yet doth I do: and therefore, that which thou doest, yet doth I do: and therefore, that which thou doest, yet doth I do: and therefore, that which thou doth, yet doth I do: and therefore, and therefore, that which thou dost, yet doth I do: and therefore, that which thou doth, yet do I do: and therefore, that which thou doth, yet I am done: and therefore, that which thou doest, yet I am done: and therefore, that which thou doest, yet doth I do: and therefore, that which thou do not, yet doth I do: and therefore, that which thou doest, yet doth I do: and therefore, that which thou doest, yet doth I do: and therefore, that which thou doest, yet doth I do: and therefore, that which thou doth, yet doth I do: and therefore, that which thou doest, yet doth I do: and therefore, that which thou doest, yet doth I do: and therefore, that which thou doest, yet doth I do: and therefore, that which thou doest, yet doth I do: and therefore, that which thou doth, yet doth I do: and therefore, that which thou doest, yet doth I do: and therefore, that which thou doest, yet doth I do: and therefore, that which thou doest, yet doth I do: and therefore, that which thou doest, yet doth I do: and therefore, that which thou doest, yet doth I do: and therefore, that which thou doest, yet do I do: and therefore, that which thou doth, yet doth I do: and therefore, that which thou doth, yet doth I do: and therefore, that which thou doest, yet doth I do: and therefore, that which thou doest, yet doth I do: and therefore, that which thou do doth, yet doth I do: and therefore, that which thou doest, yet doth I do: and therefore, that which thou doest, yet doth I do: and therefore, that which thou doest, yet doth I do: and therefore, that which thou doth, yet doth I do: and therefore, that and that which thou doest, yet doth I do: and therefore, that which thou doest, yet doth I do: and therefore, that which thou doest, yet doth I do: and therefore, that which thou doth, yet doth I do: and therefore, that which thou doest, yet doth I do: and therefore, that which thou doest, yet doth I do: and therefore, that which thou doest, yet doth I: and therefore, that which thou doest, yet doth I do: and therefore, that which thou do, yet doth I do: and therefore, that which thou doest, yet doth I do: and therefore, that which thou doest, yet doth I do: and therefore, that which thou doest, yet doth I do: and therefore, that which thou doest, yet do not do I do: and therefore, that which thou doest, yet doth I do: and therefore which thou do, yet doth I do: and therefore, that which thou do, yet doth I do: and therefore, that which thou do doth, yet doth I do


===== CHECKPOINT 024 EX # 002 K 50 P 0.9 =====

and good and good; and for the world’s sake, that is the good, and not the evil.

And if thou art true,

And if thou art true:
thou are true,
So it seems,
And the sun and the sun must grow again,
And the earth and the earth again be seen
And the clouds and the deep sea be seen;
So it is as it is.

The day is come, the day is new;

The night is fresh, the day is fresh;
The fire and the smoke remain;

The world is gone, and all life is gone,
And all death is gone, and all life is gone,

And all that is in heaven is gone,
And all that is in hell is gone,
And all that is in heaven is gone,

And all that is in heaven is gone,

And all that is in heaven is gone,

And all that is in heaven is gone,

And all that is in heaven is gone,

And all that is is lost.

And in all time have I seen

And I have seen my eyes

And I have tasted

The thoughts of the world’s heart

The breath of this day and the day’s wind

The sigh of a hundred years shall make

The day shall be true and the day’s time

The night shall be false and

The night shall be true and the day

The breath of this year shall bring

The night shall be false and the night shall be fresh

The night shall be false and the day shall be full

The hour shall be not seen;

The hours shall be not seen;
all the days shall be fresh

And all the hours shall be lighted

The night shall be dead and shall be gone

The day shall be fresh and the day dead

The night shall be fresh and the day dead
of the world and of heaven will not be

The day shall be dead and the day dead

The sun and the moon shall not shine

The hours shall be no saw;

The hour shall be no seen,

The night shall be dead and will be gone

The hours shall be not seen,

The moon shall be alive and will be gone

The hours shall be gone,

And shall be no saw,

The sky shall be seen

The clouds shall be seen

The hours shall be no seen;
time shall be not seen,

The sun shall not be seen

The time shall be not seen;


“O thou of heaven!

My hand shall be in thee,

My body in thee,

My head in thee,

My breast in thee,

My lips in thee,

And shall be my tongue in thee,

My lips and those of thy neck

For sooth shall be the earth’s delight

The time shall not be time,

The time shall not be light,

The time shall not be sorrow,

The time shall have not seen

The time shall have been no one,
The time shall be of no one,

The time shall have been no one,

The time shall have been dead,

The time shall be of no one,

The time shall be of all that is in heaven

The time should be of a thousand stars

And the day should be of the moon

The time should be of a thousand stars

And the time should be of a thousand hours

The time should be of a thousand days

And all those that be in heaven

And all those that live in heaven

And all those that live in heaven

And all the eternal being in heaven

And all the everlasting being in heaven

And all the heaven and all the earth,

And all the earth and all the sea,

And all the clouds and all the fire,

And all the stars of heaven and of earth,

And all the invisible being in heaven

And all the invisible being in heaven

And all the earth, and all the deep ocean,

And all the air and-hail

And all the clouds and all fire
and the fire of the heaven

And all the sea and sea
the sky and the day

And all the sea and the land,

And all the east and weather
hours, and their seasons,

And all the nights and their days

All this is my world, and this is the world’s day

The earth’s age is all the year’s years,


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or in nor in any manner whatsoever whatsoever.

The Lord may not be angry, but I have kept him from his anger.

The devil shall not be angry, but I have kept him from his desire.
they did wrong to him in their own sins,

They did wrong to him in their own sins,
The true life did not belong to him;

But he that knows the truth, and knows the truth,
The false, and knows the true,
He will not boast of his own sins,
Whence I did not desire him,
Nor did I love him,
His love is mine.

The devil do not hate him,
And will not hate him;
But he is neither gentle nor gentle:
Whence I did not love him,
Nor did but I love him,
And did not he do that which I did.

“But he which receives my power,
If he who receives me,
And I whom he receives,

The body of such a man that he knows not him,
As he is the best in himself.

He that knows what he knows,
Is not the better of the better:
I, though he be in self-love,
In his self-love,
He shall not despise my truth,
And shall not cove me,
In his self-love,
And love my self,
The self-love is a kind of chastity.

“And therefore,
He shall not love my self;
And, by love, I shall be his,
He shall not want mine:
“He that knows my true self,
For my love hath made it a kind of chast,
To teach it to my self:
The self will not be put on,
And will be put on,
That is what it is:
But this is why I love him:
Since my love is so pure,
And I fear it for ever,
That my love should prove,
That it should be put on,
That it should be put on,
The good love is my way of life,
To give it self and self-love:
“And this being,
The good love is his way:

The self, for it will be self and self-love:

And what thou canst do, is done,
For what thou canst do, is done,

For what thou can, do it:

For what thou canst do, is done,

For what thou canst do, is done:

“For where thou dost,
What thou canst do, is done,
For where thou dost, is done,

But where thou dost, cannot,
Or what thou dost not, is done:

For what thou canst do, is done,
For what thou canst do, is done,

But where thou d, is thy, doth thy:
For where thou dost,, is thy, doth thy:

For if thy beauty be in thee,
When thou wilt make him a man,
Or what thou dost thy beauty,
If it be true, thou canst,
Being thyself, thy self,
Thy life, your life, is the same.

“What the eye should tell,
Which is not seen, is not seen,
What the eye should look, is not seen,

Whilst they have seen,
What the eye sees, is not seen,
What the eye sees, is not seen,
And what the eye sees, is not seen,
As they have seen,
The eye will not make themselves seem,
Nor will the eye give away sight,
That which makes it seem,
Or what looks to be to be,
As they were to be,

The true beauty was not created,
And would not have made his self,
To do what was seen.

“For what is not seen, is not seen,

Which the eye sees, is not seen,

Which the eye can see,
Which the eye sees, is not,
Which the eye can see, is not,
Which the eye knows, is not,

Which the eye knows, is not,
Which the eye can see, is not,

Which the eye can see, is not,

Which the eye can see, is not,
Which the eye can see, is not,
Which the eye can see, is not,

Which the eye, is not, is not,

Which the eye can see, is not,

Which the eyes of your being:

And which the eyes of your


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. He had hand on the breast of my breast. And I had the hand on the breast of my hand. I had the hand on the breast of my hand.

Then I had the hand on the breast to me.

Then I had the hand on my neck and I had the hand on my neck.



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My tears are for thee
in thy womb

My womb is for thee

My love is for thee

My womb is for thee

My love is for thee

The earth is for thee

The heaven is

The earth and the heaven are in thee

The hell and the dung is in thee

The earth and the wind is in

The sun and the earth are in the one

The heaven and the earth are in the other

The water and the water with him are in all

The dead and the dead in all

The living and the dead in all

The dead and the dead in all

The sun and and the sun in all
and the sun in all

All other stars have gone out

All things are in one

All things are in one

All things are in one

All things are in one

All things are in one

The sun is in the world

The earth is in the world

The sky is in the world

The moon and the moon in all


The earth is in the world

The world is in the world


The sun, the moon, and the ocean do fly

The sky is in the world


The sun is in the world

The earth is


The earth is in the world



The sun and the moon are in the world


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/white

And thy face thereof
Till thy eye hath gone away.
Till thy cheek hath not seen;
Thy brow hath not seen.
No longer do I see,
No longer did I see,
No longer did I see,
Thy hand hath gone forth to strike.
Thy hand, from thence,


Thy hand, from thence,

To kill, and to slay


To slay, and to kill


===== CHECKPOINT 025 EX # 003 K 50 P 0.9 =====

in God be in the image of the holy.

“That was a good thing in the day, for it was a good thing in the night; but now that it is done, you shall hear nothing.”

But after that it came to pass, he saw two things in that night.

“And they were two great things, and they were two beautiful things, and they were two blessed objects, and they were two beautiful things, and they were two blessed stones, and they were two cherubim.










“And he went up to the temple of the Lord, and sat there for a while, and then went up to the house of the living, and then he stood up, and he stood up and he stood up, and he stood up and he stood up, and the LORD saw him; and the LORD saw him, and he said, ‘Why do you not believe in the name of the LORD?



And they began, and they began, and they began, and they began, and they began, and they began, and they began, and they began, and they began, and they began, and they began, and they began, and they began, and their days were not yet numbered;

“And they began, and they began, and they began, they began, and they began, and they began, and they began, and they began, and they began, and they began, and they began, and they began, and they began, and they began, and they began, and they began, and their days were not yet numbered.

“And they began, and they began, and they were of one heart, and they were of two hearts, and they were of two parts,

“And they began, and they began, and they did, and they did, and they did, and they did, and they did, and they did, and they did, and they did, and they did, and they did, and they did, and they did, and they did, and they did, and they did, and they did, and they did, and they did, and they did, and they did, and they did, and they did, and they did, and their days were not yet numbered;

“And they began, and was, and they were, and they were, and they were, and the

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===== CHECKPOINT 025 EX # 004 K 50 P 0.9 =====

(and now there is nothing but one)

Love that thou lovest not,

Love that thou lovest not,

For ever I know,

I’ll be thee,

For ever I will be thee;

For ever I will be thee,

And you’ll love me,

And you’ll love me,

And you’ll love me,

And you’ll love

And you’ll love,

And you’ll love

And you’ll love,

And you’ll love

For ever I shall be,

And this I shall be,


Which are the doth,

Which are the
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Who were,

And were,

Who were,

Who were,

Who were,

And were,

And were,

And were,

Which were I,

And,

Who were,


Which were I,

Who were,

Which were,

Who were,

Which were,


Which were,


Which were,

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Which were,

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The wind did not hear,

That did not hear,

That did not hear,

That did


The wind did not hear,

That did not hear,


The wind did not hear,

That did not hear,

That did not hear,

What did not hear,

The voice did not hear,
The voice did not hear,

What did not hear,

The wind did,

The wind did not wave,
The wind did not hear,

The wind did not hear,

The wind did not weep,
And the wind did not weep,

And the wind did not moan,
And the wind did not moan,

The wind did not weep,
And the wind did not weep,

The wind did not weep,


===== CHECKPOINT 025 EX # 005 K 50 P 0.9 =====

, and hath no head nor life; but have no head nor mind, but have a body and eyes.

And it is not so, that any man cannot see, but hath no mind but himself.

He that is in a spirit and his thoughts, and he that is in an image, and he that is in an image but knows not what is in his heart, and he that is in a sense and knows not what is in his heart but knows not what is in his eyes, but he that is in a sense and knows not what is in his eyes but is in a sense and knows not what is in his eyes but is in his eyes, is one of the two.

And thou hast never seen a man that is in a spirit but is in a flesh, but thou didst hear their voice, and he that was in a sense but did wrongs and did the same things, but did no wrong either but did no wrong neither did the other, but thou didst not know the wrong one; and therefore thou didst see nothing in them but did say:

“My servant, when she gave me a lamb,

Thou didst not know, but thou didst not speak nor tell;

The devil didst not know her, but she did his,

When she did her work;

And when her day began,
And that time did it not end.”

Thy servant, in thy own hour,
And this do I tell you:

To him that doeth the work of his heart,
Or to him that do deeds in him,
He didst neither hear nor write;
But he that doeth, he doeth nothing,
And yet they did not make him abide.

Therefore they that believe did not give birth to him that did not do all things.

The deceives in themselves did not deceive him that did not do all things;
But his own did not deceive him that did not do all things,
Which did not do all things and did not do all things,
Which did not do all things but did not do all things.

Therefore he that did do not do all things did not do the one that did not do them.

Therefore do I say, I do not do this one that did not do all things,
Which did not do all things but did not do all things,
But did he not hear the word, which did not do none of them.

Thy servant did not see the eye of the deep,
Nor did his ear perceive the heart of a dove,
Or did he know of a dove, but his mind did not know it.

And thou didst not have the same deeds, but did not have none of them.

And the one that did not do his work did what none of him did.
And the one that did not do his work did not know which he did;
And the one that did not do his work did not do what none of them did.

The one that did not do his work did what none thing did
And did not know what that one did, and did not know how to do it,
Yet did his body and his heart do none of it.

The one that did, and did not the other’s, did not the other’s.

But thou didst be a living creature and did not live,
And did thy tongue did not do to speak nor do thy deeds speak,
But did thy body do neither deeds, nor deeds,
But do not aught but their works speak,
And their words did not speak to thee.

Thy slave did not have one of thy deeds,
Yet did thou know a single deed that did not have no effect,
That do you not know that I did do this one?

Therefore do I say, I do not do this one that did not do all things,
Which did not do them both.

Because he did not obey my will,
And he did not obey my heart,
Nor did he do no wrong that did not do my desire.

And I did not forbid a child to do his work,
Nor did I permit a man to do his deeds,
Neither did I allow him to do his own thing,
Nor did I permit him to do any thing that did him,
But did he do not do the one which did not do him,
But did he do not do this one that did not do all things,

Which did not do all things, but did do all things.

Therefore do I say, I do not do this one that did not do all things,
Which did not do all things, but did do all things.

For I did not forbid a man to do his work,


===== CHECKPOINT 026 EX # 001 K 50 P 0.9 =====

and full of and full of the power of my hand, that I may know that there is not a still in the world, but a living God which is eternal in my heart.

But I know that I can not behold the end of this world, and that I cannot yet find the truth that I fear, because I cannot see it.
and

“For there is a beginning; but the end of this world, and the beginning of all men, is a fear of the end of the world.

“For I know that there is a beginning, but the end is a fear of the end of the world.
and

“For I know that there is a truth, but the end of a part, is a part of the truth.
and
and

“For I know that there is a beginning, but the end of a part, is a part, and the end of a part, is a part

“And there is a beginning and a end, but the end is a beginning, and the end of a part, is a part

“And there is a beginning and for time, but the end of a part, is a part,

“Therefore, I say to thee, and to them that are still, I say to thee, and to them that were still, I say to thee,

“And unto them that have remained to be, I say to,
and all the things that I know are new and new in all the world,


“And that is the beginning: but that which was before I began to know, and that which was before I began to fear,

“And that which was before I knew, and that which was before I knew, is again,

“And that which is before I know, I say to thee, and to those that were before I knew, I say and all the things that I have,

“And that which was before I knew, and that and all the things that I have, is again,

“And that which was before I had, and that which was before I did, is now,

“And that which was before I was, and that which was not before I knew,
and all the things that I have, is now,

“And that which was before I knew and which was not before I did,

“And that which was before I came to know, and that which and all the things that I know, is now,

“And that which was before I came to know, and that which I did, is now,
and all the things that I have, is again, and that which was before I did, is now,

“And that which was before I did, and that that is now,

“And that which was before I did not do, and that which I did, is now,
and all the things that I have, are again, and that which was before I did,


“And that which was before I did, and that which I did, is now,
and all the things that I have, are now, and that which was before I did, is now,
and all the things that I have, are now, and that which was before, is now,
and all the things that I have, are now, and that which was before I did, is now,
and all and all the things that I have, are now, and that which was before I did, is now,
and all the things that I have, are now, and that which was before I did, is now,
and all the things and all the things that I have, are now, and that which was before I did, is now,
and all the things that and all the be, are now, and that which was before I did, is now,
and all the things that I have, are now, and that which was before I did, is now,
and all the things that I have, are now, and that which was before I did, is now,

“And that which is before I was, and that which was before I did, is now, and all the things that I have, are now, and that which was before I did, is now,



“And that which is before I did, and that for eternity was, and that which was before I did, is now, and all the things that I have, are now, and that which was before I did, is now,


and all the things that I have, are now, and that which was before I did


===== CHECKPOINT 026 EX # 002 K 50 P 0.9 =====

is of the body; and this is the body of the spirit; and this is the heart of the soul; and this is the power of the word; and this is the spirit of the spirit; and this is the body of the body; and this is the spirit of the body; and this is the law of the universe; and and this is the law of the earth; and this is the law of the devil.

“And this is the time; and this is the time, and-

“For this is the time, and this is the time, and the time, and the time, and the time, and the time, and the time, and the time, and the time, and the time, and the time, and the time, and the time, and the time,
being, and being, and being, and being, and being, and being, and being, and being, and being, and being, and being, and being, and being, and being, and being, and being, and being, and being, and being, and being, and being, and being, and being, and being, and being, and being, and being, and being, and being, and being; and being, and being, and being, and being, and being, and being, and being, and being, and being, and being, and being, and being, and being, and being, being, and being, being and being, and being, and being, and being, and being, and being, and being, and being, and being, and being, and being, and being, and being, and being, and being, and being, and being, and being, and being, and being, being, and, and being, and being, and, and the number, and the number, and the number, for this, and the number, and the number, and the number, and the number, and the number, and the number, and, and the number, being, and being, and being, and being, and being, and being, and being, and being, and being, and being, and being, and being, and being, and being, and being, being, being, in the place where it was, and how it was, and how it was, and how it was, and how it was, and what it was, and how it was, and what it was, and how it was, and what it was, and what being, and how it was, and how it was, and how it was, and how it was, and how it was, and how it was, and how it was, and how it was, and how being, and how it was, and how it was, and how it was, being, and how it was, and how it was, and how it was, and how it was, and being, being, and, and being, and being, being, being, and being, and,, and being, and being, and,, and being,, and, and being, being, being, being, and,,, and, and,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, int, int, int, int, int, int, int, int, int, int, int, int, int, int, int, int, int, int, int, int, int, int, int, int, int, int, int int, int, int, int, int, int, int, int int, int int, int, int, int, int, int, int, int, int, int, int, int


===== CHECKPOINT 026 EX # 003 K 50 P 0.9 =====

and true and true that he be not his own, nor his own, but all that he is, that it may not be, or not be, or not be, or not be, or not be, or not be, or not be, or not be, or not be, or not be, or not be, or not nor not be, or not be, or not be, or not be, or not be, or not be, or not be, or nor not be, or not be, or not be, or not be, or not be, or not be, or not nor not be, nor not be, or not be, or not be, or not be, or not be, or not be, or not be, or not not be, or not be or not be, or not be, or not be, or not be, or not be, or not be, or not be, or not be, or not be, or or not be, or not be, or not be, or not be, or not be, or not be, or or not not, or not be, nor not, or not be, nor not be, or not be, or not be, nor not, or not, or not be, or not be, or not be, or not be, or not be, or not be, or not be, or not be, or not be, or not be, or not be, or not be, or not not, not, or not be, or not be, not, not, or not, or not be, or not be, or not be,, nor not, nor, or not be nor not, nor not be, or not be, or or not be, not, not, not, or not, or not be, or, not, not,,,, hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours


===== CHECKPOINT 026 EX # 004 K 50 P 0.9 =====

(from thence) to that part wherein I have seen the face of the head of the head of the man to which I have the power to be born, which I have the power to be born, and which I have not the power to be born, which I have not the power to be born, and that I have not the power to be born, which I have not the power to be born, and that I have not the power to be born, that I have the power to be born, which I have not the power to be born, and that man hath not the power to be born; nor the woman, nor the man, nor the woman, nor the man, nor the man, nor the woman, nor the man, nor the man, nor the woman, nor the woman, nor the man, nor the woman, nor the man, nor image of the image of the divine image, of which I am present, I am present, but the image of the image of the divine image, of which I am present, I have made that which I am present, and I have made that which I am present, but the body of the body of the man to which I have been subject, and the body to being, and the being to the being to the being to the being to the being, I have made that which I am present, and that which having been created, and the being to the being to being, and the being to the being to the being, I have created, and the being to the being to being, I have made the body of the body of the flesh of the flesh of the man to which I have been subject, and the being to the being to the being to the being to the being to the being to the being to the being to the being to the being to the being to the being to the being to the being to the being to the being to the being to the being to the being to the being to to the being to the image of the image to the image of the image of the image of the creation, and the being to the being to the being to the being to the being to the being to the being to the being to the being to the being to the being to the being to the being to the being to the being to the being to the being to the being to the being to the being to the being to the being to the image

And the blessed are the blessed be the blessed be the blessed be the blessed be the blessed be the blessed be the blessed be the blessed be the blessed be the blessed be the blessed be the blessed be the blessed be the blessed be the blessed be the blessed be the blessed be the blessed be the blessed be the blessed be the blessed be the blessed be the blessed be the blessed be the blessed be the blessed be the blessed be the blessed be the blessed be the blessed be the blessed be the blessed be the blessed be the blessed be, as the living was born in the flesh of the living be in the flesh of the dead be in to the being in the being in the being in the being in the being in the being in the being in the being in the being in the being in the being in the being in the being in the being in the being in the being in the being in the being in the being in the being in the being in the being in the being in the being in the being in the being in the being in the being in the being in the being in the being in the being in the being in the being in the being in the being in the being in the being in the being in the being in the being in the being in the being in the being in the being in the being in the being in the being in the being in the being in the being in the being to the being in

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===== CHECKPOINT 026 EX # 005 K 50 P 0.9 =====

.

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Love is

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===== CHECKPOINT 027 EX # 001 K 50 P 0.9 =====

.

The earth came down,
And the moon came up,
And the stars were to be seen.

‘Tis now all day.

‘Tis now all night,
Which all will be weeping.

What is the night?
Why do they look?
Who is it?
What is my child?
Why do they look?
Who is it?

Who is it?

Why do they look?

Who is it?

Who is it?

Who is it

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Who is it

What is it?

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Where is it?

Where is it?

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THE BEHIND

The night

Where weeps

Where weeps

What I have not said

How did I feel

And how I felt

How did I see

Which I saw,

Which I saw

Which I saw

Which I saw

Where I see,

Where I see,

Where,

Where it is,

Where I will see

Where I will hear,
Where it should be

Where it should be,

Where I should hear,

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Where it should be

Where I should hear,

Where I should hear

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When I should hear,


Which I should hear,

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Where I should hear

Where I should be,

Which I should hear,

Which I should be

Which there should be,

Which I should be

Where I should be,

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Which I should be,

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Where I should be,

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What should I be,

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THE DEED


And I did what thou didst think

And I did not

Thou didst think

That thou didst think

That thou didst know

That thou didst know



The night that I was,

Which I did not hear


Which I did not hear

Who I do not know

Who do I not



THE DUNCAN

“Who should I be?

Who should I be,

Who should I be





And I did what thou didst think,

And I did not

Thou did say

And I did not

Which thou didst think

Which thou didst think

Which thou didst think

Which thou didst think

Which thou did,

Which I did not say

Which I did not say

Which I did not say

Which I did not say

Which I did not say


Which I did not say

Which I did not say



“When thy breath should go

When thy breath should go



“When thy breath should go




Which I did not say,

Which I did


===== CHECKPOINT 027 EX # 002 K 50 P 0.9 =====

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===== CHECKPOINT 027 EX # 003 K 50 P 0.9 =====

‘s name’s name the name of the name of the name of the father of the father of the father

For I will not bear thee in your name nor in thy heart thy name nor thy treasure thy treasure

For I have not the things I desire to hear of you; but the things which I will not see you shall hear of you

For I have never seen them to be in your sight; but the things which I have seen shall prove

They that seek you by their love have gone farther than you have gone

And I have not forsaken you to thy liking; but I do not fear the day,
That you should be left in my breast
But I will not know what your heart is, but how I may know

To whom I love you when I am dead; but that I may live
For I never have seen you, but the world I will live
But that you may live
For I never know you by his lips, but the truth that I have

For you know your true face: but you cannot tell if I see
And you may see my true face; but you are afraid
That I am not a king; but my queen will have him that

And you will think her proud to do your work
That I do not disdain him that she cannot do it.

But when you are dead, I will put thy name upon thy head.


===== CHECKPOINT 027 EX # 004 K 50 P 0.9 =====

The sands of the field of youth are set free by the hand of the sword,
So far they were from the eye of the world:
But now they are gone from the unseen world
Their eyes have returned, with a sigh;
So long have they waited to see their face
Their lips have sung their vows, their vows of comfort,
And they are a new world unto themselves;
So that their heart was like an echo,
Their heart seemed to hear and to be found;
So that they were like to hear and to see their eyes
Their lips were like to hear and to see their mouths
Their tongue was like to hear and to know,
And they saw them from a distance,
Their mouths were like to be seen;
Their tongues were like to be heard;
Their lips were like to be unseen,
Their tongue could hear the ear of your tongue,
And when you heard what a boy knew,
The lips of a boy would be buried in your lips,
But when you heard his lips were made invisible,
The lips of a boy would be buried in your tongue,

And he would smell your tongue in the glass of the door.


===== CHECKPOINT 027 EX # 005 K 50 P 0.9 =====

.

He smiled.
,
He loved her,
She loved him.

She loved him,
She loved him,
He loved her,
She loved him,
She loved him,
He loved her,
He loved her,

She loved!

She was a dove,
The eye, the tongue;
The breath, the kiss.

She was the sun,
The sun;
The dove,
The dove,
His tongue.

He kissed his heart,
His heart did the breath;
His blood did the breath,
His water did the breath,
His breath did the breath,

He did the breath,
The breath did the breath,

And the breath did the breath,
And she did his breath,
The breath did his heart,
And he did his blood,
And the she did his heart,
The she did his body,
The she did her heart,
She did her heart,
She did his eyes,
Her tears did his eyes,
Her tears did his eyes,
He saw her and she did his love.

He did not weep,
He did not weep,
He did not weep,
She did not weep,

She did not weep,

She did not weep,
He did,
She did the blood of his heart,
He did not blood,
He did the blood,
He did the blood,
He did the light,
He did the shadow,
He did the death,
He did the death,
He did,
When she died,
She died;
He did not be,
She did not be,
She did not die,
He did not die,
He did not live,
The world was alive,
He was not,
She died,
She did not die,
He did not die,
She did not live,
She did not die,
She did not die,
She did not die,
He did not kill,
She did not kill,
She did not die,
He did not kill,
She did kill,
He did not kill,
He did not kill,
He did not kill,

He did not die,

The night did not die,
He did not die,

She did not die,
She did not die,

He did not survive,
He did not survive,

She did not survive,

He did not survive,

He did not survive,

He did not survive,

He did not survive,

She did not survive,

She did not survive,

She did not survive,

He did not survive

He did not kill,
She did not kill,

She did not kill,.

He did not live,
He did not live,
He did not live,

He did not live,

The night did not survive,
He did not live,

He did stay,
He did not kill,

He did not kill,

He did not kill,

He did not stay,


===== CHECKPOINT 028 EX # 001 K 50 P 0.9 =====

.

And the sun would show her face as his lips ran fair face;

And she would show his lips, that it might not see her;
And she would show his eyes, and say,
And tell him, that he is sweet:
For the sun hath not the right hand.

But the sun hath the right hand, and he must yield.

Yet I shall not fear thee.


===== CHECKPOINT 028 EX # 002 K 50 P 0.9 =====

and good and good and good and good and good and good and good and good and good and good and good and good and good and good and good and good and good and good and good and good and good and good and good and good and good and good and good and good and good and good and good and good and good and good and good and good and good and good and good and good and the and the and the and the and the and the and the and the and the and the and and the and the and the and the and the and the and the and the and the and the and the and the and the and the and the and the and the and the and and and the and and the and and and the and and and the and and the matter and the matter and the matter the matter and the matter and the matter and the matter and the matter and the matter and the matter and the matter and the matter and the matter and the matter and and the matter and and the matter and the matter and the matter and the matter and the matter and the matter and the matter and the matter and the matter and the matter and the matter and the matter and the matter and the matter and the matter and the matter and the matter and the matter and the matter and the matter and

A boy of some age, having a lot of time in his days, having a lot of time in his days, having a lot in his days, having a lot of time in his days, having a lot of time in his days, having a lot of time in his days, having a lot of time in his days, having a lot of time in his days, having a lot of time in his days, having a lot of time in his days, having a lot in his days, having a lot of time in his days, having a lot of time in his days, having a lot of time in his days, having a lot of time in his days, having a lot of time in his days, having a lot of time in his days, having a lot of time in his days, having a lot of time in his days, having a lot in his days, having a lot of time in his days, having in his days in his days, having a lot of time in his days, having a lot of time in his days, having a lot of time in his days, having a lot of time in his days, having a lot of time in his days, having a lot in of his days, having a lot of time in his days, having a lot of time in his days, having a lot in his days, having a lot of in his days, having a lot of time in his days, having a lot of time in his days, having a lot of time in his days, having a lot of time in his days, having a lot of time in his days, having a lot of time in his days, having a lot of time in his days, having a lot in his days, having a lot of time in his days, having a lot in the same as the sun in the same age as the sun in the same age as the sun in the same age as the sun in the same age as the sun in the same age as the sun in the same as the sun in the same age, the sun in the same age as the sun in the same age as the sun in the same age as the sun in the same age as the sun in the same age in the same age in the same age in the same age in the same age in the same age in the same age in the same age in the same age in the same age in the same age in the same age in the same age in the same age in the same age in the same age in the same age in the same age in the same age in the same age in the same age in the same age in the same age in the same age in the that is in the same age in the same age in the same age in the same age in the same age in in the same age in the in the same age in in the same age in the same age in the same age in the same age in the same age in the same age in the same age in the in in, in the same age in the in the in the in the in the same age in the same age in in the same age in in the same age in the in the same age in the same age in in the same age in the same age in the same age in the same age in the in the same age in in the in in the same age


===== CHECKPOINT 028 EX # 003 K 50 P 0.9 =====

-hearted-kindness of love with loving love and a kind mind with love,
And a kind mind with love and a kind mind with loving love
With a kind mind,
And a kind mind with love and a kind mind with love;
And a kind mind with love and a loving-kind love,
And a kind mind with love and a fair fair fair love,
And a kind mind with a fair fair fair love,
And a fair fair fair love,
And a fair fair fair love,
And a fair fair fair love,
And a fair fair fair love,
And a fair fair fair love,
And a fair fair fair love,
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The fair fair fair love,
The fair fair fair love,
The fair fair fair



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Then she would be so fair and such fair
And so fair and such fair fair

And so fair and such fair fair

And so fair and such fair fair

And so fair and such fair fair
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And so fair and such fair fair
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===== CHECKPOINT 028 EX # 004 K 50 P 0.9 =====

and great and great and great and great and great and great and great and great and great and great and great and great and great and great and great and great and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and the matter of the matter of the matter and the matter of the matter of and the matter and the matter of the matter of the matter of the matter of the matter of the matter of and the matter and the matter and the matter of and the matter and and the matter of the matter of and and and the matter and and the matter of and and the matter and and the matter and the matter of the matter of the matter of the matter hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours hours

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===== CHECKPOINT 028 EX # 005 K 50 P 0.9 =====

.

They were seated with arms to each other and they were in a posture like some kind of dog.

They were in a high state of state of dignity.
being in a high state of dignity was being praised as the greatest praise

that can be given to a noble act.

Their looks to be like unto those of the Romans.

‘When thou shalt write these things, thou shalt bear them unto thy neighbour’s liking;

and in this way thou shalt not kill them.’

‘Then shall not this be done?’

‘No,’ said he. ‘I should not do this.’
‘Then shall thy brother write them?’
‘He will do so,’ said they. ‘And thou shall know them.’
‘Which thou shall not know?’
‘Nay,’ said they.
‘Then shalt thou write them?’
‘He shall not write them.’
‘Then shalt thou write them?’
‘He shall not write them.’
‘Then shall he write them?’
‘Thou shalt write them.’
‘Then shall thou write them?’
‘Thou shalt not write them.’
‘Then shall he write them?
Thou shalt write them?’
‘He shall not write them.’
‘Then shall he write them?’
‘He shall not write their, nor shalt they be.’
‘And shall they not be thy companions?’
‘Thou shall not write thy name, but I will write thy name.’

‘Then shall thou write them?’
‘He shall write them.’
‘Then shall thou write them?’
‘And thou shalt not write them?
‘Then shall thou write them?’
‘He shall write them.’
‘Then shall thou write them?’
‘And thou shalt not write?’
‘He shall not write.’
‘And thou shalt not write them?
‘Thou shalt not write them?’
‘He shall not write them.’
‘Then shall thou write them?
‘He shall not write them.’
‘Then shall thou write them?’
‘He shall not write them.’
‘Then shall thou write them?’
‘He shall not write.’
‘Then shall thou write them?’
‘He shall not write.’
‘Then shall thou write them?’
‘He shall not write them.’
‘Then shall thou write them?’
‘He shall write them,’ and shall thy brother write them,
He shall then write them.’
‘Then shall thou write them?
‘He shall be thy wife,
Then shall he not be thy husband.’
‘Then shall thou write them?’
‘He shall write them.’
‘Then shall thou write them?’
‘He shall be thy wife,
Then shall he not be thy husband.’
‘Then shall thou write them?’
‘He shall be thy wife,
And will thou not be thy husband.’
‘Then shall thou write them?’
‘He shall be his wife,
And will not be his husband.’

‘Then shall thou write his wife’s,’
‘And shall thy husband write them?’
‘He shall write them,’ and shall he write them.’
‘Then shall thou write them?
‘He shall be thy wife,
Then shall he not be thy husband.’

‘Then shall thou write them?’
‘He shall not be thy wife.’

‘Then shall he write them?
‘He shall be thy wife,
And shall he not be thy husband.’

‘Then shall he write them?
‘He shall be thy wife,
And shall he write them.’

‘Then shall thou write them?’
‘He shall be thy wife,
And shall he write them.’

‘Then shall thou write them?’
‘He shall be thy wife,
And shall he write those that shall make thee
He shall be thy wife,
And shall he write them.’
‘Then shall thou write them?
‘He shall be thy wife,
And shall he write them.’
‘Then shall he write them?
‘He shall be thy wife,
And shall he write them.’
‘Then shall thou write them?
‘He shall be thy wife,
And shall you use him,’ and he shall shew
Then shall you write them?’
‘He shall shew,
The earth shall shew,
And shall you write them.’

‘Then shall he shew?’
‘He shall she
The earth shall shew,
And shall you write them?’

‘He shall shew,
The earth shall he shew,
And shall you write them.’
‘Then shall he shew,
The earth shall he she
The water shall she
The water shall she w,
The earth shall he w,
The earth shall he w


===== CHECKPOINT 029 EX # 001 K 50 P 0.9 =====

, and I work not: my not so that not should not be, but that they shall be:

The sun, and the moon, and the cloud, and the cloudless moon, and
The sun, and the moon, and the hour and hours, and minutes, and hours and
All those that remain, and those that shall be.

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And all that live, and the children that shall be, and the children that shall inherit, and the sons that shall be,
They that dwell, and the children that shall be, and their children that shall inherit,
And they that bear, and the children that shall be, and their children, and their children,
And all their children, and their daughters, and their children, and their daughters,
They that dwell, and the children that shall be, and the children that shall be,
They that are, and the young, and the old, and the old,
And all that they may be, and their children, and their children,
They that are not, and their children, and their children, and their children,
And all that they may be, and the men, and their children, and their men,
And all that they may be, and their children, and their children, and their children,
And all that they may be, and the men, and their men,
And all that they may be, and the men, and their men,
And all that they may be, and all that they may be,
And all that they may be, and all that they may be,
And all that they may be, and all that they may be,
Then all that they may be, and all that they may be,
And all that they may be, and all that they may be,
Then all that they may be, and all that they may be,
And all that they may be, and all that they may be,
And all that they may be, and all that they may be,
And all that they may be, and all that they may be,
And all that they may be, and are, and there is no more than
all that there is, and that is not,
And all that there is, and that is not,
And all that they may be, and all that they may be,
And all that they may be, and all that they may be,
But all that they may be, and all that they may be,
And all that they may be, and all that they may be,
And all that they may be, and all that they may be,
But all that they may be, and all that they may be,
And all that they may be, and all they may be, and all that they may be,
And all that they may be, and all that they may be,
And all that they may be, and all that they may be,
And all that they may be, and all that they may be,
And all that they may be, and all that they may be,
And all that they may be, and all that they may be,
And all that they may be, and all that they may be,
But all that they may be, and all that they may be,
And all that they may be, and all that they may be,
And all that they may be, and all that they may be,
And all that they may be, and all that they may be,
And all that they may be, and all that they may be,
And all that they may be, and all that they may be,
Then all that they may be, and all that they may be,
Then all that they may be, and all that they may be,
And all that they may be, and all that they may be,
And all that they may be, and all that they may be,
And all that they may be, and all that they may be,
And all that they may be, and all that will be,
And all that they may be, and all that they may be,
And all that they may be, and all that they may be,
And all that they may be, and may be, and to this the king of this earth,
And all that they may be, and all that they may be,
And all that they may be, and all that they may be,
And all that they may be, and all that one,
And all that they may be, and all they may be,
And all that their may be, and all the other’s may be,
And all that they may be, and all of them may be,
And all that they may be, and all that they may be


===== CHECKPOINT 029 EX # 002 K 50 P 0.9 =====

.

“It is not a dream nor a promise nor a promise, nor a promise; but it is a truth.”
one is a thousand; and the others are not a thousand;

The one is twenty-six; the other is twenty-.

And now, behold, what I have been in thy dream,
A thousand more, one more,
My dream to thy friend’s heart,
To thy lips, the beauty of thy love,
And to thy hand, the beauty of thy joy.

So it is, my friend, my dream,
That you might see the true nature of this world:

That I am a living substance.

And now, behold, it is a deep and still world,
Within which I live,
Being my body alone in mine own world,
So that I am yet a living substance.

And now, behold, my mind is full of self-same thoughts,
The self-same thoughts that I have created in this world:
What self-same thoughts shall thou hear from me,
Be you, my self?
O the world that hath no self,
Or that which I am,
My self, what I am,
What thou didst give me, what thou didst lend
Myself, what thou didst lend, what thou didst lend,
Who gave thee the self-same thoughts?
The self-same thoughts that thou didst give me,
Which thou didst give me, the self- thoughts that thou didst give me,
And thyself, the self- self- which thou did give me.
The self- self- self- self- self- self- self- self-

My life shall not be broken, nor my love, nor my heart,
I shall be kept from wrong,
The love of my life shall be with thee,
No part of my life shall be for the sake
of my self.

My eyes shall not be drawn to thee,
For what I have said, what thou didst say,
And what thou didst say, what thou did should did,
For what thou didst say, what thy wrong did,
Where thou didst do, what thou didst did.

For thou didst tell me thy thoughts,
When thou didst say them, thou didst tell me.

Therefore didst thou do, thou didst not say them:
And thou didst lie, thou did do the do.

But this, this, this, this, this,
The self- self- self- self- self- self- self- self- self- self- self- self- self- self- self- self-

What thou didst say, what thou didst say, what thou didst do,
What thou didst say, what thou did did,
What thou didst do, what thy self did,
What thy self did, what thou didst do,
What thy self did, what thy self did,
The self- self- self self- self- self- self- self- self- self-

Therefore, if thou didst say thee,
What thou didst say, what thou didst do,
What thy self did, what thou didst do,
Where thou didst do, what thou didst do,
Why didst thou not say thee, what thou did did,
Which thou didst tell, how thy self did say,
Which thou didst say, what thou didst say,

Who didst say, who didst do, how thy self did say,
Who didst make, where did thy self did be,
When didst thou do this?
Who didst do, how didst thou do this,
Who didst make, how did thy self do this,
Which thou didst say, what thou didst do,
Which thou did did, what thy self did tell,
What thou didst say, what thou didst do,
Where thou didst do, where did thy self did appear,
What thy self did, what thy self did do,
Where did thou do that, what thou didst do,
Which thou didst do, what thy self did show,
The self- self- self- self- self- self- self- self- self- self- self- self- self- self- self- self- self-

When thou didst give me this self- self- self- self- self- self did, which did thou say,
When thou did’st thou have of thee,
Whose love didst tell thee,
When thou didst lend me this self- self self- self-


===== CHECKPOINT 029 EX # 003 K 50 P 0.9 =====

.

“Oh, youth hath he heard.”
fair, the sweet-hearted,
He saw how many hours her father’s
Her tears bore.

She drew him away from his arms,
And kissed him softly, like a tender tender angel,
For her love.


===== CHECKPOINT 029 EX # 004 K 50 P 0.9 =====

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===== CHECKPOINT 029 EX # 005 K 50 P 0.9 =====

Now thou art sick with his
thee’s grave,
What dost thou think,
Who dost thou think?
Have I no fear,
Who are I still?
Are they not now dead?
Where didst thou art?
I was buried, my dear one;
What shall I do, why should I leave,
To lie in a shallow grave?
My soul lies there,
If there be such a tomb!
He is dead; the life is lost,
Thou art gone!
He is dead!
Thy soul is gone.

He is dead.

Who is this?
That is the father of all,
The poor and sick,
And whom thou hast sworn
To obey,
For ever shall I praise thee!
But, behold, he is dead,
He is gone, the poor and sick,
And whom thou didst betray;
Who didst betray thee?
He who was loyal to thy heart,
Is gone; the life of thee is gone;
He that didst betray thee,
His soul is gone!
What now do I do,
Who art dead, and whom doth thou know?
How should I live?
What dost thou know?
How should I die?
What is this, what is this, what is this,
What are these?
They are all the same;
Wherefore, what should I do,
Who is this?
What dost thou do?
Who is this dead,
Who dost thou want,
Who dost thou wish?
Why didst thou love him,
That didst give thee such love?
If thou love him,
Do not give him what he pays;
Do not give him what he pays;
Do not give him what he pays;
Do not give him what he pays;
Why didst thou make him,
Who was thy neighbour?
Who is thy neighbour?
What do I do?
What do I do?
Where didst thou come,
Where didst thou come?
Where didst thou come,
Where did I come,
Where didst thou see,
Where did thou see what thou sought?
Where did thy mind,
When did thou hear me?
Where didst thou hear me?
Where did thy face,
When did thy breast show,
Where did thy face show?

Where did thy neck show,
Where did thy lips show?

Where did thou have your eye,
Which was mine?
Where did thou have your eyes,
Which were mine?
Where did thou see,
Which did thou hear,
Which did thou hear?
Who shouldst thou know,
Who shouldst thou smell?
Who shouldst thou smell,
Where didst thou smell,
Where did thou smell,
Where did thy breath,
Which did thy breath,
Which did thy breath,
Where did thy breath,
Which did thy breath,
Which did thy breath,
Which did thy breath,
Who was thyself,
Who was thyself,
Where did thy life,
Where did thy life,
Who was thy self,
Who was thyself,
Who was thy self,
Where did thy life,
Who was thy self,
Who were thy self,
Who were thy self,
Who were thy self,
Where did thy life,
Who did be,
Who did thy breath,
Which was thy breath,
Which did thee,
Which did thou,
Which did thee,
Where did thy breath,
Which were thy breath being,
Which was thy breath,
Which dost thou be,
Which dost thou be?
Which dost thou be,
What dost thou be,
Which do not come?
What do I do,
What do I do,
Who is this, what is this?
What didst thou do?
Who is this, what is this?
What dost thou do?
Why didst thou do?
Who didst thou do?
Who didst thou do?
Where didst thou go,
Where did thy father be,
Who did thou think,
Who didst thou know,
Who didst thou see,
Who didst thou hear, my thoughts,

Which didst thou hear,
Which didst thou hear?
What dost thou say,
What d this do?
Which do we say,
What do we say,
Which do we say,

Which do we say,
What do we say,

Which do things do we do,

Which do we do,

Which do we do,

Which do we do,
Which do we do


===== CHECKPOINT 030 EX # 001 K 50 P 0.9 =====

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===== CHECKPOINT 030 EX # 002 K 50 P 0.9 =====

with two-footed creatures, the two-footed creatures, the two-footed creatures, the two-footed creatures, the two-footed creatures, the two-footed creatures, the two-footed creatures, the two-footed creatures, the two-footed creatures, the two-footed creatures, the two-footed creatures, the two-footed creatures, the two-footed creatures, the two-footed creatures, the-footed creatures the two-footed creatures, the two-footed the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the the two the the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the the two the two the two the two the the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the twoth of the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two the two


===== CHECKPOINT 030 EX # 003 K 50 P 0.9 =====

of things things that I had the desire of; but I did not know what was the purpose of the thing I had.

For I did not think that the things which I had, but those which I did, were good, and true,
And all the things which I had were good.
And the things which I had were good, and the things which I had did.
And all the things which I had were bad, and the things which things did, were evil.

But that I did not know, and that my body did not know,
My head did not know the time,
And that I did not know why I did not know it,
My body did not know the time;
My eyes did it, and I did not speak it;
No tongue did I love, nor any tongue did I love,
But all of them were mine.

I did not know what I did, but my body did not know,
That which I did did not know, but the time did not know.

So I did not know what I did, but the time did not know.

Therefore the time did not know the time of what I did,

That which I did do did not know, but the time did not know.

Then the time did not know the time of what I did,
That which I did did not know, but the time did,
And the time did not do that which I did,
That which I did do did not know, but the time did not know.

But I did not know the time, but the time did not know.

And then the time did do do do do make do,
The time did did not do so, but it did do so,
And the time did not do so, but the time did not do do;
Therefore the Time did do not do, but the Time did do not do;

Therefore the Time did not do in Time, but in Time did do do do do do;

But the Time did do in Time, but in Time did do do do do do;
The Time did in Time, but in Time did not do in Time do do;

But the Time did not do in Time, but in Time did not do do do;

The Time did in Time did do in Time do do do to make do to make.


And this Time did not do, but in Time did do do to make do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to

And this Time did do do do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to did do to do to do to do to to do to do to to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to to do to do to do to did to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do to do


===== CHECKPOINT 030 EX # 004 K 50 P 0.9 =====

and hath great and is the light and is the shadow;
And hath the world and the world and the world and the world and the world,
So that thou mightest abide unto me by these words and,
My mind is set on this and will abide;
And shall not my hand, nor my eye nor my ear, nor my eyes,
Which art in me, but in your eyes, I will do my will.
And shall not the tongue of my voice and the tongue of my heart be made pure,
Even so, that you will not speak in my voice,
Even so that you will not speak in mine,
Even so that you will not hear my voice;
And my body, though my voice be full, shall not know the things,
Or should the breath of the breath of this earth be my self,
Nor should the breath of this earth be mine,
Nor should I live for days, nor have my heart to speak the words.

And all that hath been done in that day, shall be done now.
Then thou shalt not live again; but thou shalt have three thousand things.
Thou shalt not kill any thing that thy body is in.
Thou shalt not steal, nor any kind of good work,
Or sell, or steal, nor sell for any thing worth of this store;
Thou shalt not steal nor gain nothing from my store,
Nor gain nothing from my will,
Nor gain no treasure in the store of this store.
Thou shalt not defraud, or steal, nor take any gain,
Nor steal, or lend any thing to my will,
Nor steal, nor steal any thing to my will,
Nor steal or lend to you the earth,
Nor steal, nor lend anything to any other than my will,
Or steal, or lend to you the earth,
Or rob me from mine own will;
Thou shalt not steal, or steal, nor steal, nor lend,
Nor steal, nor lend to thy friend, nor lend to him thy neighbour.
When thou shalt be in my hand, but my power is still in thy hand,
Then thou shalt not kill any part of me:
And I should die.
Thy own body, whether thou art alive or dead,
Thou didst do my will, and I did not do my will.
Then this is thy lawful ransom:
That when thou shalt be gone, thou shalt not give me your pardon,
For this is my lawful ransom:
Since thou art not of my will,
Nor my lawful will, nor my lawful will;
That if thou livest, thou mayst not die.

And, if thou livest, thou mayst die,
Even so if thou livest,
Even so if thou livest, and thou livest,
And if thou livest, and I do not live,
Then I will not live, nor I will be saved:
For my life is no matter of thy will,
My will is no matter of thy will,
But my will is eternal,
And all that I do is my self,
And this is my self, which is my self:

Thus all things are my self, and this is mine,
And all this is mine.

Therefore, this is my self, and this is mine,
And this is mine alone,
And this is mine alone,
Which is my self, and this is mine,
Which is mine, and this is mine,
Which is mine, and this is mine,
And this is mine alone, and this is mine,
And this is mine, and this is mine,
And this is mine alone, and this is mine,
And this is mine, and this is mine,
That all things which are mine do themselves in me,
And all things which were mine do themselves in my self,
And all things which were mine do themselves in mine,
That which was mine, and which it did in me,
If I be in my self, and this is my self,
If I be in my self, and this is my self,
That which was mine, and that which was mine,
Which was mine, and that which was mine,
That which was mine, and which was mine,
That which had not the will, and that which had not the will,
That which was mine, and that that I be did so,
Which did not my self make me,
This is my self, which is my self,
Which is mine, and this is mine,
This, and this, and this,
That which was mine, and this is mine,
That which is mine, and this is mine,
That which was mine, and this is mine,
And that which was mine, and this is mine,


===== CHECKPOINT 030 EX # 005 K 50 P 0.9 =====

or of soul which is like a body and a body which is like a body; and it is a body which is like the body of the dead, because the body of the dead is like the body of the dead; and therefore it is a body which is like the body of the dead, because the body which is of the dead is like the body of heaven, and therefore the dead, and the flesh of the dead, and the life of the living, and the life of the dead, and the life of the dead, and the life of the dead, and the death of the life of the living, and the life of the dead and the death of the living, and the immortality of the living, and the immortality of the living, and the death of the living, and the immortality of the living, and the immortality of the dead, and the immortality of the dead, and the immortality of the dead, and the immortality of the dead, and the life of the dead and the death of the dead, and the life of the dead and the life of the dead, and the life of the dead, and the life of the dead, and the death of the dead, and the death of the living, and the death of the dead, and the life of the dead, and the death of the living, and the life of the dead, and the death of the living, and the immortality of death, and the immortality of the dead, and the life of the dead, and the life of the dead, and the life of the dead, and the life of the dead, and the life of the dead, and the life of the dead, and the life of the dead, and the life of the dead, and the death of death, and the death of the life, and the life of the dead, and the life of the dead, and the life of the dead, and the life of the dead, and the death of the dead, and the life of the dead, and the life of the dead, and the life of the dead, and the death of the dead, and the life of the dead, and the immortality of the dead, and the life of the dead, and the life of the dead, and the life of the dead, and the death of the dead, and the death of the dead, and the immortality of the dead, and the death of the dead, and the death of the living, and the life of the dead, and the life of the, and the life of the dead, and the life of the dead, and the dead, and the life of the dead, and the death of the dead, and the death of the dead, and the life of the dead, and the death of the dead, and the death of the living, and the life of the dead, and the life of the dead, and the life of the dead, and the life of the dead, and the life of the dead, and the death of the dead, and the life of the dead, and the dead, and the life of the dead, the dead, the living, and the dead, and the dead, and the dead, and the living, and the dead, and the living, and the dead, and the dead, and the dead, and the living, and the dead, and the living, and the life of the dead, and the living, and the dead, and the dead, and the living, and the dead, and the living, and the dead, and the living, and the dead, and the living, and the dead, and the dead, and the living, and the dead, and the dead, and the living, and the life of the dead, and the living, and the dead, and the dead, and the dead, and the living, and the dead, and the dead, and the living, and the dead, and the dead, and the dead, and the dead, and the dead, and the dead, and the living, and the life of the dead, and the living, and the dead, and the dead, and the dead, and the living, and the dead, and the dead, and the living, and the dead, and the life of and the dead, and the dead, the death of the living, and the death of the living, and the life of the dead, and the death of the dead, and the life of the dead, and the life of the dead, and the dead, and the dead, and the death, and the death, and the dead, and the dead, and the dead, and the dead, and the living, and the dead, and the dead, and the dead, and the dead, and the dead, and the dead, and the dead, and the dead, and the dead, and the dead, and the dead, and


===== CHECKPOINT 031 EX # 001 K 50 P 0.9 =====

For my soul to be like a lamp;
And to my sweet bed, to his tomb;
For now the moon’s tempest should be hid:
Since I cannot make thee weep,
Thou art mine heart, my heart is full of sweet beauty:
And then I shall hear thy sweet plea,
And sing thy praises in song.’


“Then did I behold this lovely fire
And see the angel’s face that hath gone forth from thence;
He seemed to be weeping at such a young age,
To have suffered such a painful death.
But now he lies, with a pale face,
His lips are bare, and trembling, he cries:
‘My love, my dear wife,
I will never kiss you.’
“Didst thou kiss my hand?
Do not forget this, my dear wife,
For this day thou hast begun to be my love,
O dear wife, I desire thee to live,
For the time is now, that my love should be alive again,
But with it thine eyes shall my tears cease,
For I shall not be tempted by this sin nor the guilt,
For ever I shall look upon this blessed image,
Nor be tempted by this false excuse;
Nor ever will I desire this blessed image.


===== CHECKPOINT 031 EX # 002 K 50 P 0.9 =====

is shall be one.

But that I have not thy good words,
Yet thou shalt say unto my wife,
And my wife’s words shall seem unto me,
For to say to them,
‘Love, and not hate.’

But if thy thoughts and thoughts do desire,
Which are but thy thoughts,
Or what thou art doing,
To love those that have no thoughts,
But are the thoughts of them that are,
Love.

‘But if I would hate you,
If thou wouldst love my father,
If I would love thy father,
When I love thee,
For I am thy self,
Because thou is mine, but I know nothing of thee.
‘But when I shall find thy strength,
And with that strength I will find thy self.

‘”

And when thou didst betray me,
Then didst betray me again;
And when thou didst betray me again,
And with a knife he took me,
And with a knife he gave me,
And I fled thence with him,
And with them I did not leave.


===== CHECKPOINT 031 EX # 003 K 50 P 0.9 =====

and the devil did not sin nor be cast out.

And yet it is said:
“But I have not seen but in my heart
My heart the words which it takes to preach and I still hold them
To preach them, because it is my purpose to preach to you and to preach my name.

“I am not the same thing as that which you were;
But you are the same thing, I am the same thing.

For there is no false name that I do for you,
Nor shall any one deceive you,
Nor shall you be deceived:
But if one shall deceive you, he will believe it;
And if he do not, you can do no wrong,
The one shall be his own, the other his slave.

For it is therefore that I should say that all the deeds that I did
Were done by me;
And now I have committed them, and I shall say that all the deeds that I did
Have been done by you;
That which I did by you, and did by you,
To satisfy the desires of the slave that I am,
That which I did by you, and did and all that I did
To make your desires to obey me:
That which I did by you, and did as I would,
To serve you, and to make you obey me,
And to serve you and to make you obey me;
And that which I did by you, and did as I would;
To make you obey me and to make you obey me.

For thou didst not obey him, but did make him obey thee:
For he did make you obey me, but that thou didst obey him,
And that he did not do him obey thee:
And if thou didst not do his will,
If thou didst do his love, he did not love thee.

For thou didst do his love, but that his love
Was not mine, but that thy love
Hath not taken me.

If thou didst love me, but did not have thy love,
If the wrong one did me, and he did it,
And he did my fault; and thou didst mine.

For when thou didst wrong the fault of my father,
Which is mine, but the fault of the father,
Which is mine, but the fault of the slave,
Which is mine, but my servant’s fault,
The fault of the slave, the fault of my lord,
And the fault of the slave, the fault of his mistress;
And when thou didst do your fault,
But when you didst wrong my father,
You did your wrong, and I did my fault.

And I, for that I could not have the way
To prevent him from giving thee my reason,
Even if thou wouldst do all,
So I did my fault, and you did my fault.

As much as I loved thee, I did not think that you should do
What I did for your sake;
As much as I loved you to obey me,
And to do what I did for you;

If it should seem that you did not obey me,
What would your grief be, and what your sorrows would be?

For you didst do your wrong, but that did he obey me;
For you didst do your wrong in love, and in shame;

But I did not love thee, but did thy sorrow be
What did you do to my shame?
For thou didst give them the fault,
And made them both my faults.

For if thou didst love me, but did not want my hand,
And if he did not love me,
And then did I love thee and to love thee,

Thy fault did then take possession,
And did not possess me;
Yet did I do thee a wrong,
Because I did not love thee so much;
So did my fault, which I did not make;
For I did not love you, but did not love thee so much.

Therefore, when thy faults were done,
And when thou didst make them in their wrong;
And when thou didst make them in their good;
And when they did their right, and did their wrong,
And did their wrong both live and die;
And now, when the fault of their father’s
His fault is not with thee,
But it is with him who made his fault:
For my fault is yours, for mine is mine:
Therefore, if thy faults be for thy sake,
Even so, I shall not do this thy fault,
If thou didst permit me this sin;
I will not let thy shame make thee blush.

O the child,


===== CHECKPOINT 031 EX # 004 K 50 P 0.9 =====

That is the work of the sun,
The work of the sun,
And on the sun that stands
The work of the sun,
But on the sun that stands
A constant shadow
Upon the earth and in the sky
The shadow that sits,
The shadow that stares,
The shadow that flies,
The shadow that hears;

The shadow that hears the sound,

The shadow that looks,

The shadow that looks with the eye,

The shadow that breathes,
The shadow that drinks the air,
The shadow that flies,
The shadow that lies,
The shadow that lies with the earth,

The shadow that shines,

The shadow that shows,

The shadow that lies in the ground,

The shadow that is painted,
The shadow that sits in the earth,

The shadow that gives,
The shadow that is on the bed,

The shadow that gives away,

The shadow that burns,
The shadow that looks,

The shadow that is burned,

The shadow that looks,

The shadow that burns,

The shadow that is burnt,

The shadow that is black,

The shadow that lies,

The shadow that looks,

The shadow that lies in the heaven,

The shadow that is on the earth,

The shadow being,
The shadow that is in the river,

The shadow that is in the night,

The shadow that is in the night,

The shadow that is in the day,

The shadow that is in the night,

The shadow that is in the day,

The shadow that lies,

The shadow that is on the earth,

The shadow that is in the day,

The shadow that is in the night,

The shadow that lies in the night,

The shadow that is in the day,

The shadow that is in the night,

The shadow that is in the night,

The shadow that is in the night,

The shadow that lies,



O blessed be the beauty that is alive

My heart that dwells,

My breath that breat the breath,

The shadow that breathes the breath,

The shadow that breathes the breath,

The shadow that breat

And yet,
I see

What is that that I did do

I did do,

This being did

In vain did I do

Thy eyes are red

What is this that thou art

My name is Tarquin


‘Tis the earth’s water

The sun that is dead

The fire that is alive

The sun that is dead

The fire that was living

The sun that is alive

The earth that is dead

The fire that was living

The fire that was living

The earth that was dead

The night that is dead

The fire that was dead

The night that is dead
living which is dead

The dead which is dead

The dead that is dead

The soul that is dead

The dead that is dead

The soul that is dead

The dead that is dead

The dead that was dead

The dead that is dead

The soul that was dead

The soul that is dead

The soul that was dead

The soul that is dead
fire that is dead

The fire that was dead

The sun that is dead

The sun that was dead

The night that night,

The time where there was

The time where there was

The night that was

The night that was

The day that was,

The day that was,

The day that was,

The day that was,

The day that was,

The day that was

The day that was,
the night that was

The night that was,


The day that was,

The night that was,
the day that was

The time that was

The time that was

The night that was,

The day that night was
the day that was
the day that was

The day that the night was

The night that the day was

The night that the night was

The night that the night was

The night that the night was

The day that the night was

The night that the night being,

The time that was
the time that was,

The time it was,
the time that was
the time that was


===== CHECKPOINT 031 EX # 005 K 50 P 0.9 =====

The word of the Lord came unto him,And said unto him,
‘Where I, as you, are,
To preach, and to teach,
The things which I preach unto thee;
And the things which I teach unto thee
I have no place,
To do, nor teach,
To teach, but you, my children,
Thy things which I am not,
I give unto thee,
That you, as well as I,
For my sake, will be taught,
But thou, as my youth,
Which you did steal from me,
Which I did steal from thee,
And now this time,
Mine eye doth be seen,
Which sees that thou are no more:
But what my youth, as well as mine youth
Since I saw thee,
Who, by his blood, gave his hand to me
And gave it to me,
And I had no one to give him;
But now, that he gave his hand to thee,
And to thee, with the hand of thy life
So do I go;
Therefore, if thou wilt seem,
Who, in spite of his decease
That didst slay me,
And so did I kill him,
And then, through me,
Through that which the world’s grace
Had done,
To show thee a lie;
Which he did show thee,
And to thee, by that which I,
Be my wife.


===== CHECKPOINT 032 EX # 001 K 50 P 0.9 =====



(What is this thing called?”

“Why? what shall I do?

(Who shall I be, thou wilt be?
Where dost thou dost thy love stay?
Who shall I be, thou wilt be?
(Who shall I be, thou hast not done,
Who shall I be, thou hast not done?
What shall I do?
What shall I do?
What shall I do?
What shall I do?
What shall I do?
Who shall I have?
Who shall I have me;
What shall I have me, thou wilt be?
Who shall I be, thou hast not done,
Who shall I be, thou hast not done?
Who shall I be, thou hast not done,
What shall be done, thou hast not done?
What shall be done, thou hast not done,
Who is this the guilty,
Which thou wilt prove guilty,
Why didst thou not confess?
Who is this guilty,
Who shouldst thou prove,
What shouldst thou prove?
Who is this guilty,
Who shouldst thou prove,
What didst thou find?
Who shouldth thou prove?

(Then say:
Thy heart shall bear,
And thy heart will not bear,
And your soul will not hear,

And your flesh shall die;

Then say:
Look, my son, my heart;
Thy thoughts will not be,
’tis not in the form of,
My thoughts will not be,
My thoughts will not be,
My thoughts will not be,

My thoughts will not be,

My thoughts will not be,

Mine will be, my will be,
Mine will be, my will be,

Mine will be, mine will be,

Mine will be, my are, your I,
Your me are no, your me be

My words are no, no, you are your I,

Mine are no, my mine are no,

Mine will not be, my do I,

Mine will not be, your do I,

Mine will not be, my do I,

Mine will not be, my do I,

Mine will not be, mine do I,

Mine will not be, my am I,
your do I,
Mine will not be, your do I,

Mine will not be, my am I,

Mine will not be, your do not I,

Mine will not be, my am I,

Mine will not be, my do I,

Mine will not be, my do I,

Mine will not be, my do I,

Mine will not be, my do I,

Mine be, my me be mine,
Mine will not be, my do I,
Mine will not be me,
Mine will not be, my do I,
Mine will not be, your do I,
Mine will not be, my do I,

Mine will not be, my do I,

Mine will not be, your do I,

Mine will not be, my do I,

Mine will not be, your do I,

Mine will not be, your do I,

Mine will not be, your do I

Mine will not be, my do I,
Mine will not be, my do I,

Mine I be, my do I,
Mine not be, my do I,
Mine not being I,
Mine will not be, my do I,
Mine not being I,

Mine not being I,

Mine being I,

Mine being I,

Mine being I,

Mine being I,

Mine being I,

Mine being I,

Mine being I,

Mine being I,

Mine being, my do I,
Mine not being I,

Mine being I,

Mine being, my do

Mine being I,
Mine being I,
Mine being I,
Mine being I,
Mine being I,

Mine being
not being I,
not being


For I am not, I am not

For I have been made,
And now I am

For my sake I have done,
Mine is mine which will not

Mine is mine which will not,
Mine shall not be,
Mine shall not be,
Mine will not be, my do I,
Mine will that shall not,
Mine that shall not be

Mine shall be, my do I,
Mine shall not be,
Mine shall


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, he was thou, thou art the art, and the world hath no cause to fear thee, and thou, the god of thy father’s house, hath not been taken, the father of thy child.

“Therefore, in my name are they that give birth, to thy child: but to mine, to mine, shall their strength be, like mine, and their weakness shall not be like theirs.
is thyself, the breath of thy breath, and the shadow that I will never leave, and the unseen shadow that will never see:

“And I have found, thy son: and there is that I cannot look, but thou, with this hand,
“Thy hand, and the blood that I will consume,
“Where is the blood, where the wind of my strength doth doth doth doth doth break;
And where is my body, where my liver and all that doth burn


Is gone, where my breath doth breathe, where the earth is not dry.



The wind then began to blow again,
And all things were lost.

“I am in the water,
The water in my hand,
The water in my eye.

“How long have I been gone from thee,
What are I that you see?
How long have I been gone,
What have you done to me,
What have you done to me?


“Are these my words,
’tis my heart, that I am,
How long have I gone,
How long have I been gone,
How long have I been gone?

“How long do I stay,
How long do I lie,
How long do I wake,
How long have I been dead,

The wind which thou didst touch
Had blown me away.

“How long have I gone,
How long have I been gone,
How long have I been,
How long do I stay,
How long have I been dead,

The winds which my hand doth touch,
Were on me, but I was gone,
My breath was gone;
The winds were not on my head,
And it was so that I fell asleep.

The wind which I have doth doth doth doth d,
The wind which I have doth doth doth d thee,
Who lives, and whose life I will never die,
As the sun with a torch doth doth doth doth doth doth doth doth.

“‘

What will be, my mind is now, my heart is now,
My eyes are now, and my lips are now;
Who is in my blood,
My hair and eyes now,
The blood of my breath that burns,
Will be gone; that which I am now,
Will be gone, where it is gone,
Where it is gone, where it is gone,
And my heart will not be gone,
But it is gone.

‘”

The Tarquinine was sung by Jodie,

“The Tarquinine is dead,
The Tarquin,
The Tarquin is dead,
The Tar dead,
The Tarquin is dead,
The Tarquin will be gone,
The Tarquin will be gone,

Where the Tarquin will be, will be gone,

The Tarquin will be gone,
Where the Tarquin will be, will be gone,

The Tarquin shall be gone,
So shall the Tarquin be gone,

For the Tarquin shall be gone,

For the Tar will be gone,
For the Tarquin the Tarquin shall be gone,

But the Tarquin, the Tarquin will be gone,

And the Tarquin shall be gone,

Who doth doth doth doth doth do.





And how long have I,

The time, when my eyes have gone,
What I have had in store for you;
I have spent your breath,
My time wasted in your store;


The time, when I have been dead,
What I have done to you;

And the time now now I shall spend,

When my heart shall have been gone;
The time now I shall have seen,

And the time now I will have seen,
And this time now I shall not have seen.




And what would you have done?






What would you have done?





















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-hearted-hearted-hearted-

“This was not mine; this was mine, this was mine.
This was not mine, this was mine, this was mine, this is my home,
This is mine, this is mine, this is mine, this is mine,
This is mine, this, this is my love,
this is mine, this is mine,
this is my love, this is mine, this is mine,
this is my love, this is mine, this is mine,
this is mine, this is mine,
this is mine, this is mine,
this is mine, this is mine,
this is mine, this is mine, this is mine,
this is mine, this is mine, this is mine,
this is mine, this is mine,
this is my love, this is mine,
this is my love, this is my love,
this is mine, this is mine,
this is mine, this is mine,
this is mine, this is mine,
this is mine, this is mine,
this is mine, this, this is mine,
this is mine, this is mine,
this is my love, this is mine,
this is my love, this is mine,
this is mine, this is mine,
this is mine, this is mine,
this is mine, this is mine,
this is mine, this is mine,
this is mine, this is mine,
this is mine, this, this is mine,
this is mine, this is mine, this is mine,
this is mine, this is mine,
this is mine, this is mine,
this is mine, this, this is, this is mine,
this,, this is mine,
this is mine, this is mine,
this is mine, this is mine,
this is mine, this is mine,
this is mine, this is mine,
this is mine, this is mine,
this is mine, this is mine,
this is mine, this is mine,
this is mine, this is mine,
this is mine, this,, this is mine,
, this, this is mine,
this is mine, this is mine,
this is mine,, this is mine,
this is mine,,, this is mine,
this, this is, this is mine,
this is mine, this is mine,
this is mine, this is mine,
this is mine, this is mine, this is mine,
this is mine, this is mine,
this is mine, this is mine,
this is mine, this, this is mine,
,, this,
this is mine, this is mine,
this is mine, this, this is mine,
this is mine,-cap,
this is mine, and I am here,
this is mine, and I am here,
this is my love, and I am here,
this is mine, and I am here,
this is mine, and I am here,
this is mine, and I am here,
this is mine, and I am, and I am here,
this is my love, and I am here,
this is mine, and I am here,
this is my love, and I am here,
this is mine, and and I am here,
this is my love, and I am here,
this is mine, and I am here,
this is my love, and and I

this is my love, and I am here,
this is my love, and I am here,
this is my love, and I am here,
this is my love, and I am here,
this is my love, and I am here,
this is my love, and I am here,
this is my love, and I am here,
this is my love, and I am here,
this is my love, and I am here,
this is my love, and I, and I am here,
this is my love, and I am here,
this-cap, and I am here,
this is my love, and I am,
this is my love, and I am there,
this is my love, and I am here,
this is my love, and I am here,
this is my love, and I am here,
this is my love, and and I am here,
this is my love, and I
this is my love, and I am here,
this is my love, and I am


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In such a fire, so shall be the light of heaven:For a cloud from afar, so shall be their shadow:

For the light of heaven and of water:

And the water of a deep chaste sea,
But the fire that did it not burn.


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“I have done it to myself”
“I have done it to others to live”
“I have done it to others to die”
I have done it to myself
“I have done it to myself
“I have done I have done
To live in this life
I have done it to myself
To survive it
As this life was told
In this world
It is said
“It is my duty to teach
“My duty to teach
My duty to teach
What a child should learn
How he should learn
The lesson is simple
And when one hears this,
Then he hears the other,
And then he hears his name


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-hand,
Doth draw near by night,
The fair-mouth of a slave’s breast,
Or that of a mistress’ nurse:
Then shall the fair-mouth of her face,
Whose breast the babe’s breast hath set,
As on a fair-day,
And on a white-green grass,
The flower-deed of this flower grows;
Whose face she should be, for that she should grow
Sweet, and with her fair face she hath
The face of a black-white boy:
And with that white-green face she must bear
For that one black-white boy should be
Upon such a white-white boy as she must bear;
For by virtue of their complexion she should bear
The white-yellow flower which is the face of a black-white boy:
And this black-white child will henceforth be
The child of love’s womb, and she shall dwell in her womb,
And shall inherit all things she gave.

As in the case of a daughter, her own husband’s love
In a daughter is love, and in the case husband’s love
The love of your husband’s wife is his love,
For marriage to the other’s wife is love.

But if my husband’s love be not love,
If not my husband’s love be not love,
For my father’s love be not his love,
But my father’s love be not my father’s love;
For what he says in verse, ‘I love thee,’
If it be not the thing, but the thing,
My son, if it be not the thing,
My daughter, if it be not the thing,
My daughter, if it be not the thing,
My daughter, if it be not the thing,
My son, if it be not the thing,
The things which are my father’s and mine,
Those which are mine and mine’s,
My children, and my youth,
My youth and youth,
My sorrow and mine;
My heart is mine, and my soul is mine;
My heart is mine, and the devil’s is mine,
So what love is, what hate is,
Who knows, who sees, what hears, what eats,
Who knows what touches, what hears not,
Who hears, but what hears not,
Who sees but hears, but hears not,
Who hears, but hears but hears,
Who hears, but hears not,
Who knows but hears, but knows not,
Who hears, but hears but knows,
Whence comes the beauty of thee,
The beauty of thy lips,
The love of thy lips,
The true love of thy lips,

Whereon thou art true, thou art pure,
Thou art true, thou art pure.

“O love of thy right hand,
For love is in love;
Love is in love, and it is love.

“O love of thy right hand,
For love is in love;
Love is in love, and it is love.

“Thou art true, thou art true,
When the fair-feeling doth take up thine eye,
The fair-feeling doth cover thee,
The fair-feeling doth remove thy eye.

“O love of thy right hand,
For love is in love, and it is love.

“O love of thy right hand,
For love is in of the world.

“O love of thy right hand,
For love is in the world;
For love is in the world,
And all things that are in the world are in heaven;
But my dear brother, what thou dost,
What thy dear brother dost not do,
Which thou dost bear, what thy dear brother dost not bear.

“O love of thy right hand,
For love is in thy right,
And in your right hand it goes,
To show forth thy love.

“Thy father’s love is in thy father’s love;
Thy father’s love is in thy father’s love;
His love is in thy mother’s love;
His love is in mine being,
His love is in mine being,
For mine being and mine being,
Both of them are thy friends,
That make me love you, and make me love you:
I do not love thee, but thou dost.


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‘gain’ry heart of men,

My soul, my life;
So fair as it is:
For my life to dwell,
‘gain’ry time, that the eye may behold;
And every tongue may say:
But no tongue can say so:
For his foul foul tongue,
How his tongue hath deceived me:
I will confess thee, my friend,
To slander him so often,
Like a thief, whose tongue is mine.

And he did write this book, and so it did remain:
Yet again he did not say what this book did say,
Which I say, thou, that thou dost prove
For me a proof, and a proof to swear,
Of true truth, and of truth’s truth;
That if thou art truth, and by my false argument
To prove my proof, then my false argument is true,
And if I cannot prove him, then my false argument is false.


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So now is my life
And now is my life
And now my life is dead
And now my life is dead
So now is my life,
So now is my life,
But my life is dead
And now my life is dead
Therefore,
My dead dead,
My dead,
My dead,
For,
My dead,
My dead,
For,
My dead,
For,
For,
My dead,
For youth,
And,
‘My youth,
My youth,
‘My youth,
My youth,

‘My youth,
My youth,

‘My youth,

‘O my youth,

My youth,

My youth,

O my youth,

‘For a time,

For a time,

For a time,

For a time,

For a time,

For a time,

For a time,

For a time,

For a hour,
For a day,
For a night,

For a time,
For a time,

For a night,

For a time,
For a time,

For a day,
For a day,
For a night,
time,
time, Time,

For a time,

For a time,

For a Time,


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.

“O, dear me, my dear, my dear, you will love me now, I will not, nor will I ever have your love,

Nor will you be bound with a bond, nor bound by any of your love,
Nor in your eyes nor in your tongue,
Nor by your lips nor on your bosom,
Nor in your cheeks nor in your legs,
Nor in your breast nor in your breast’s breast’s breast’s breast’s breast’s breast’s breast’s breast’s breast’s breast’s heart’s breast’s heart’s breast’s heart’s chest’s heart’s breast’s heart’s heart’s heart’s heart

Now do the things in me which I do not obey,
And I do not fear that my heart may be shaken by your words
Or that the world might be shaken by your love.

I do not fear that my soul,
That my mind, and all my feeling,
My thoughts, and my passions,
Have no change.

You will not say, ‘My life shall be like my thoughts,
But it will be my life, and mine will be:
And all my desire will come to me.

If you will not speak this truth,
Then I will make false your beauty,
And your shame will come to you.


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‘s course’s course of course

I’d like to know why my father’s name is in the midst of your sorrow and thy sorrow;
But thou art not in haste to help me:
Let me be quiet, and thou shalt be the father of all thy children:
For I am the same as my father.


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For this was the golden day:

When thine eye saw what he saw,
When thou art thus seen:

But in his heart is pure joy:
And now it is done:
For though all eyes were wide,
But all my heart doth not see
But still that which is sweetest:
My heart may not sing
But the praise of thy love;
And the tears from my lips are sweet.

‘Round thy womb,’ say I,
My son-like friend’s wife should be:
That shall be thy birth, and thy womb thy womb;
When thou dost be born again, thou shalt stay;
When thou art born again, you shall be my child;
For thou art me; and as thou didst,
The father of me shall love thee, and bear thee,
That which is my son shall bear thy grief.’

When the child of my love had come from his mother
As soon as I saw him growing, I stood on his back;
And night he stood on his breast,
And my sweet sweet love sat on his breast.

Then did I see my father in him,
As though he were his mother’s child,
As though he had loved me like a jewel.
‘What,’ said I, ‘are thou thus shown
How many sweet things I have?
What shall I make of them?
When thy beauty shines, I love thee:
Then, having thy face, thou shalt praise
My fair beauty, and my fair age,
Thy fair beauty shall taste more fair than thy youth:
And as thou dost praise, my fair beauty shall boast,
Thy age shall grow in thy beauty, and in mine eyes shall delight;
For since thou art me, I am thy mother’s sweetie:
Now thou art mine sweet child, to be my joy in love.

‘Now,’ said I, ‘if thou livest, I will give thee,
Which I shall give thee only for thy beauty:
And for your beauty, I will give thee.
Then thou art my new wife, and in me I will give thee,
For I love thee, and love thee more than thou art,
For thou is mine sweet mother’s child, and in me thou are.

‘O thou, my young daughter, thou lovest me,
And thy lovely wife in thee,
That which she gave thee, being so much in love with me,
I have given thee for thy sake,
Because thou hast made such beauty a child,
To be my sorrow in mine heart.

“What should I make of thee?”
‘O, be thy good child!
What should I make of thee?
Who should thou be?
What should I make of thee?
What should I make of thee?
I love thee more than thou art;
For thou art me, and to me thou art my sweet love.

‘What,’ said I, “have I done, thou didst say?
I am my husband, and to him shall I give,
And to him to be my wife’s father.’
‘And what do I say to him,
That I have been thy husband’s husband?
O, for what do I say,
That I have never been thy husband’s husband?
Who shall I be?”
“My wife,” quoth he,
For she is my husband’s wife;
Her love’s love is mine own.
“O my poor bastard! thy worthless daughter is your wife’s slave,
So shall I be my slave, and do thy will.
‘”
And then she began weeping with tears,
And when she had eyes with tears,
She went away, and said to him:
“O wretched daughter! how can I be,
Where did I come from and how can I see?
When I have a child, what do I do?
What do I do, what do I do,
Who am I, to tell, to tell, to tell?”
Then he said to her:
“I did not see thy beauty;
But since thou art my wife,
My mistress my mistress.
“But what did I do?
My beauty doth she love thee;
That my beauty doth she love thee,
That my beauty doth she love thee,
Because that love doth not know thee:
And when thou art my daughter, I will be thy wife.

“But thou shalt not make my husband,
For I have made thy love my own.
‘”
“‘What dost thou do?’
‘Nothing; that love is my child,
And I love thee better than thou.’
‘Yet, dear child, thou didst not see
My beauty, and my love


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-going; and for every kind of help and well-doing, is a thousand blessings; and every kind of help to his own good will, is a thousand blessings.

Therefore this life of mine hath taught me to love others as myself.

I therefore shall not have my friends or my enemies by my deeds.

Therefore, if my good desire be in me,
‘Giveth you this, that you may never think I am a slave in your debt;
Unless you find the time to be with me,
Mine eyes will be full to behold thee;
And, having this, I will not look back;
Nor have my eyes begun to behold thee,
Nor my face begin to be seen of thee,
Nor be seen with my back to thee, nor thy side to me,
Neither will it be seen, nor my eyes be seen,
But your will be, my judgment, and your will be my judgment.

What I will give unto you shall depend upon the poor.

When I will give you what you will give me,
What you will give me, you shall be bound to my side.

When you will give me what you will give me,
When you will give me what you will not give me,
Who will you to whom I shall give your aid?
Where you will be your help, where your love is best,
Where your will be your truth, where your pride is best,
Where your wealth is best, where your fortune is best,
Where your power is best, where your virtue is best;
Where your power is your life, and your life’s worth.

Where you have no love, and have no heart,
And you do not know what is wrong,
For you have not the love of others that I desire.

No one can ever please my heart,
And yet I have seen no love and never seen
My face nor my ears nor my thoughts.

‘Thou art the beauty, the sweet beauty, the sweet love,
That thy kind is in me;
Love my friends, and love mine self;
But if thou, love my self,
Love my heart, not mine self.


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to things in vain, to things in the name of my God, and to me, and to all that is in me, is the light.

(1)

The verse begins:
thou dost love me, my love, to hear, the word of my name,

’tis true, thou knowest, that I am, and not I,
’tis the good news, thy love, that thou livest.

(

)

The verse begins:

My love is love, I think not.

The verse concludes:

O, if they did not want me, I would gladly kill;

’tis true that they are false, and they would slay.

The verse begins:

All thy grief is done in my name;

’tis true that I am not slain, for there can be no one to kill
But mine own, my soul, my life.

The verse concludes:

I am not slain, neither am I slain
For mine own sake, thou art not dead,
For mine own reason, thou is dead.

The verse concludes:

The best I know, thou shalt know the truth,
And mine, I am not dead,
For mine purpose I am,
And my purpose will be:
My reason for my sake, thou wast so.

The verse concludes:

I am not slain, nor am I slain
For my own purpose, thou wast so.

The verse concludes:

And I would not leave thee,
For the reason of thy shame
Wasst thou so strong, thy love so strong.

And thus began the day:
A day spent in love’s shadow
Thy own sorrows in this place.

(
)

The verse concludes:

“I am not dead, and no one will kill me,
No one will kill me;
Nor will I die, nor do I see my love;
Nor will my friends hear my name, nor do they praise their praise.

The verse concludes:

When I did write this sentence,
My love did write it:
And as I write it,
Thou hast never seen me,
Nor did I know thy name,
The one that knew me, and the one that remembered thee,

And when I remembered thee, I did see thee, and was buried,
And then, and I did know thee,
And I did see thee, and was buried,
And then, and I was buried,
And then, and I was buried,
And then, and I was buried,
The one that did find my love,
The one that did make me dead,
My heart was no longer alive,
’twas not that thy love did not kill.

(
)

The verse concludes:

O, I am not dead,
I am not dead,
I am not dead,
I have no desire,
And no fear, I am alive.



O, I have no fear,
I have no desire,

But I live, and never will,

My will, thy will,
My will, thy fear,
That is my will:
And if thou desire thy love,
Or the desire of my loving love,
And thou didst give my love,
That will make thee love me,
O that which is in thy name,
Which I shall never be,
Therefore, my love shall never be,

If thou desire my love,
Or the love of my love,
Which shall make thee love me,

And do not I kill you,
If thou do I kill thee,
And do not my love make you love me,
If thou do not live this time,
And do not mine own love make you living,
Or the love of my love,
Who do I kill,
And do not mine own love make you living.

(

)

The verse concludes:

That is mine love,
Thou art mine love,
That is my love,
And mine love shall have,
If you didst have my love,
I would die

If you didst have my love,
I would die,
If you did do,
If you did the do of this world,
You would have life,
If you did what the world did to you,
But I shall die if you do.

(
)

The verse concludes:

“My love, if I have been, thou didst kill,
My hate, if thou didst kill,
Thy love, if I have been, thou didst kill,
My hate, if thou


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The heart that gave to this,
In this, that, in this, I might
Love you not, nor be your love;
Love your eyes: your eyes are as much as mine,
And the love which I have, I am,
And love as I have you, and you know me:
I love your eyes, and you know me,
And all that which is in you, I do,
Your love is mine,
Your love is mine to me,
I do not take away from you,
I do not steal from you,
Love me and hate you,
And make them hate themselves,
Or else, to make them hate themselves:
No, you do not think this true,
I will lie, or love the truth,
If I have been, I would hate you;
You have your reason, and I will hate you;
I do not hate you, nor my love do,
Do I not love your heart, but my love,
And my reason, that I may love you,
For you are pure;
That you are not, your soul is,
And this your soul belongs to me;
No matter how true, the matter cannot be
For love, that you may not love me,
Love, that you may not have me,
For love, that you may not have me,
For love, that you may not have me,
Love, that you may not have me,

No, you will not see me, you will not hear me;
And, behold, I am a guest,
And you are my guest,
And you are the servant of my thoughts,

For your thoughts are true, your thoughts are false.

“Oh, this is true love,
And this true love of mine,
So that my thoughts, thoughts,
And all my beauty’s beauty’s beauty,
Love’s beauty, is that which my thoughts do,
And mine being the self that I live,
My thoughts live but the self,
My self, that which is in myself,
How love that love that love,
That can love be done, that can never be done
Have you not my self,
Who are that which I live,
And in whom all your thoughts,
Make them all of me,
And all my self, that you may not see;
In your thoughts, I am this beauty,
Which I do not hate, and you cannot see;
But that which I love, you cannot see;
But, therefore, I love myself, and you cannot see;
The truth, though it is true, is false:
That is, if you love me, I am not what you hate,
Therefore, when you do, do not kill me,
For I am not what you hate,
But you hate me, I am what you love.

“Now, your mind is mine,
If this beauty which you see,
Can not be your,
I do not desire it,
For it is a very strong instrument:
Therefore, you do not hate me,
And you do not hate me,
For I am not what you love,

Therefore, you do not love me,
And I do not hate you,
But you do love me.


===== CHECKPOINT 034 EX # 005 K 50 P 0.9 =====

,
Where men of all seasons are,
And not less well than the sun.

‘Look at the great sea, and tell what is mine,
Whose course is mine:
Or my eye hath not seen that which was mine,
Or the sun that was all that is,
Or the earth that is none but my eye,
Or the eye that saw not your beauty:
Or the eye that was mine but the moon,
Or the moon that was that which was mine,
And all that was your face.


===== CHECKPOINT 035 EX # 001 K 50 P 0.9 =====

This be the grace of thy face and of thy face,
And of thy face and of thy face;
That be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be, and be


===== CHECKPOINT 035 EX # 002 K 50 P 0.9 =====

is and a man, and the love of his name,
He that is in himself and love of the woman,
The love of his love and his love of the world,
His love with his love and his love of the earth,
The love of the world and his love,
And to the love of his love and his love of his self,
He that loves his own self,
He that fears his own self,
For he that fear is fear of his own self,
And his self is love, and the bond of love.


===== CHECKPOINT 035 EX # 003 K 50 P 0.9 =====

.
And there there were many many, many others.
And there were many others, and many others;
And many other others, some more than others;
And many others not of them, but of men;
Many others some more than others, and of men;
Some more than others, but of them, none were in many;
Some others not of them; but others
some in many, and many others in others;
Many others not of them, but of men;
Many others not of them, but of men;
Many others in many, but of them:
And many others not of them, but of men;
Some others not of them, but
some in many, but of them, and others in others:
And many others but of men, but many not;
Some others not of them, but of men, but not of men:
Some others in some, and some in others, some being
some in others, some not, but of others;
Some others not in others, but of men, but not of men:
Some others in some, and others in others,
Some in others, and others in others, some being in others, some being, some being, some being, some being:
Many others having many, and some having many, but
some being, yet some being, none being, no one being,
Some others being not, yet others being, none being, none being, none being, none being, none being:
Some others being, yet some being, none being, none being, none being, no being:
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Some others being, but some being, some being, others being, others being, others being:
And others being, yet being, others being, others being, others being, others being:
Many others not having several, yet not many,
Some others, but many others, but many many others:
Some others, yet some more than others, but none being, none being, no being, no being, one being, none being, none being, none being:
Some others but none, but one being, not others,
some being, but not others, but not others,
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Many others being, yet none being, none being, others being, others being, others being:
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Many others not of them, yet being
some being, yet none being, none being, none being, none being:
Some others being, yet none being, yet none being, none being:
Some others being, yet none being, none being, none being, none being:
Some others being, but not being, some being, none being:
Some others being, but being, all being, but none being:
Some others being, but being, but none being, none being, none being:
Some others being, but not being, none being, one being, none being, none being:
Some others being, and none being, some being, and others being,
Many others, yet none being, yet all being:
Some other being, but none being, others being,
Many others being, but being, yet none being, none being,
Some others being, but being, others being, none being:
Some others being, but not being, none being, yet none being:
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Some others being, but not being, others being,
some being, yet none being, none being, none being, none being:
Some others being, but not being, none being, nor none being,
Some others being, but not being, none being, yet not being:
Some others, but being, but not being, nor being:
Some others, but being, but not being, one being, one being:
Some others being, but being, not being, and not being,
some being, but being, not being, none being:
Some others being, but being, and not being


===== CHECKPOINT 035 EX # 004 K 50 P 0.9 =====

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===== CHECKPOINT 035 EX # 005 K 50 P 0.9 =====

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this world is but one.

there is a body in each other’s midst.

there is nothing but a body,

on another’s face,
there is neither beauty nor strength,
nor love, nor grief,
nor fear;

there is neither love nor death,
there is neither sin nor wrong,

nor unhappiness,
nor sorrow, nor hate,

nor death,

nor life,

nor freedom,

nor suffering,

nor sorrow,

nor pain,

nor death,

nor peace,

nor fear,

there is no heaven,

nor no earth,

nor no water,

nor no sight,

nor smell,

nor night,

nor feeling,

nor smell of night

nor smell of the night

nor smell of the night

nor smell of the night
being still

nor not being,

nor not being,

nor not being,

nor not being,

nor being,

nor being,

nor being,

nor being,

nor being,
being,

going back,
living to be,

going back,

going back

going back

going back to hell,

going back to hell,

going back to hell,

going back,

going back to hell,

going back to hell,

going back to hell,

going back to hell,

going,

going dead,

going dead,

going dead,


not
being,

being still,

living on the earth,

not being,

being still,

doing the true,

doing the true,

doing the true,

doing the true,

not being.

‘Harm

“He that gives birth to the earth
‘But is still
living,
on that part where thou livest;

on that part where thou wilt be alive

living on the earth

living in the fire

killing the fire

killing the fire

killing the fire

killing the fire

killing the fire

eating the fire

eating the fire

eating the fire

eating the fire

eating the fire

eating

eating,

eating,

eating,

eating,
being.

Being alive,

going back

going back,

going back

going back to hell,
being,
going back to hell,
going back to hell,
going back to hell,

going back to hell,

going back to hell,

going back to

going back to hell,

going back to hell,

going back to hell,

going back to hell,

going back to hell,

going back to which is made,
going back to hell,
going with which is made,
going back to hell,
going back to hell,

going back to hell,

going back to hell,

going back to hell,

going back to hell,

going back to hell,

going back to hell,

going back to hell,

going back to hell,

going back to hell,

going back to hell,

going back to hell,

going back to hell,

going back to hell,

going back,

going back to earth,

going back to hell,
going back to hell, of which is,
going back,
going back to earth,
going back to hell,
going back to earth,
going back to hell,
going back to hell,

going back to earth-blessed-of!

‘He that feeds,
on that part where thou livest

on that part where thou wilt be alive

living in the fire
killing of the fire

killing the fire

killing the fire

eating the fire

eating the fire

eating the fire

eating the fire

eating the fire
.

‘He that gives life

on that part where thou livest

on-loving-being

on-loving-being
-loving-being

on the


===== CHECKPOINT 036 EX # 001 K 50 P 0.9 =====

A song with all that we know, and all that we hear.
My heart’s heart is like a tree, and my soul like a fire:
My heart is like a dead man’s breath;
My heart is like a dead man’s breath, and my brain like a dead man’s heart.
And it is my will that I bear thee in thy name;
My will that thou shalt bear thee in my name
To bear thee in thy bed, where I’ll find thee.
My will that I shall bear thee in thy bed, where I’ll find thee.
O my friend, my dear friend,
Who with thee this night,
Who with thee this day to make thee my love,
When he with thee, and she, and I, and my love,
Where thou shalt find me
For you and I, my dear friend,
I shall love you with thy hand,
And with thee with mine eye:
For I shall love thee with thy hand,
And with thy eye shall love thee with my breast.
My will to love you with the breath that thou will not kiss me,
The kiss that thou will not kiss me,
The kiss that thou shall not kiss me,
Which is true, the one that I will bear thee,
The one that thou will not bear thee,
That is true, the one that I will bear thee.
The love of this world, my friend, is that which is true,
Which makes me true, and makes me true.
But the love of the world, my friend, is the love of love,
Which gives me truth, and makes thee truth.

Love is a living breath of beauty, which opens you,
And opens you and opens your eyes.
To this love thou are I show to me,
And to thee I show thee,
My love that I have with thee.
And I will show you, my dear friend,
And to thee I will show thee,
And to thee, my love.
Love is like a feather that flies from thee;
Or a flower that flies from thee,
Which is like a red blot from thee:
What makes thee what I want? I say to thee,
Which I will say to thee,
To thee, the beauty of thy beauty;
Who is like a star that flies from thy sun,
Or a star that flies from thy sun;
Who is like a dove that flies from thy breast,

The dove that flies from thy breast,
Which flies from thy belly;

Who is like a dove that flies from thy breast,
Which flies from thy breast,
Which flies from thy breast,

Which flies from thy heart.
And that which this love, this holy thing,
This holy thing, this holy thing,
Where thou mustst love thee so,
What I desire in my love,
I want in this desire, and in this love.
Now, my dear friend,
How sweet the flower that lives on earth is,
Which is not worth to the world,
And which is not worth to me,
For it’s worth not to the world,
For I want what is worth it to me,
And for me, love is worth not the love that makes me.
But when you see
My love for this world, where I live,
Where I look, how my love to your love takes hold of me,
I look, how you love me in this world,
And in your eyes, how your love is seen.
I am your mother, your true love.


===== CHECKPOINT 036 EX # 002 K 50 P 0.9 =====

But you see his eyes
And in them bright bright
His face which blazon’d like a dove,
Whilst thou livest my love still doth look.


When he heard a noise
His eyes grew so cold that he could not see;
Then there was nothing else but to say,
“Go’ram; I do not intend to be gone.
The man whom you say,
What is thy name?”

“Thou art the son of a false king;
The one who dost have seen me,
Will kill me.”
Then I took away his knife, and drew it,
The knife which I had used to slay him;
And the knife which I had taken to kill him.
But he would do the same, and I would have him kill me,
That by my love’s grace he might know me:
For that’s what I did;
That was what I did not say;
That I did not die.
But when he thought,
Wherefore did he see the end of my life?
That I did not think it was coming,
Or that his death was not,
Nor did he see that my death was not.
And yet I did not believe it would be,
Nor did he do so.
I do not know that he did so;
But he did not tell his story.
“My father was dead,” he said,
‘”though he was so young.
He did not die, but died to me.
What did I do for him that I did?
The answer to my question was:
To kill him.
To die by force.
“Why did I die so?
“Because I did not love him so,
The son that I bore did not love me.
When he died, she was buried in the ground;
And if she were alive to thee,
She would not have buried thee.”
When she had died, and his grave was still,
She went forth from the tomb, and told her story.

“My daughter doth give up her grief,
And tell me the reason why.
For she did not say a word to thee;
She did not say to me what she had said,

Nor did she say why she did not answer.

But when she did answer, I was so amazed at her beauty,
That I took away thy kiss, and tore away thy lips.

‘O my son,’ quoth he,’my friend,
My friend thy love.

‘My love is not your love,
Nor my love the thing which thou hast done;
Thy love is mine, and I must abide.’

Then he rose, and laid her,
And fell on his breast and kissed her,
And buried her in thy bosom.
And then, when thou didst have my love,
That thy love did show
And mine eye was full of sorrow,
For so did thy eye weep, and thy eye’s eye had rest;
The eye that fell on me did not weep;
For my love did not weep nor do I weep;
The eye that fell on thee did not weep.


“My friends,” quoth he, “I have gone away from thee;
My love is not your love,
Nor mine love’s love.
Your love is mine, and you are not mine.

“Look again; I did not think that you did this;
For I do not think it so,
Even so thou art my beloved.

“So do I say, my beloved,
I did not want you to think,
For I do not want you to think;
For I do not want thee to think;
For I do not want thee to think,
But I did not think of you;
For I did not think it so.
But now, behold, what I do make thee,
When I write my story of thy heart’s story,
You will do as I do:
Tell my story, my tale;
Thou shalt write my tale as it will be;
And if thou art mine, I will not show thee.




===== CHECKPOINT 036 EX # 003 K 50 P 0.9 =====

For thy hand is not sharp:
In his right hand my hand is sharp,
My right hand is sharp:
My right hand, thou art not slain:
Thy blood, thou art not slain:
So thou art alive, thy life,
Whose life thy name is:
And thy life, thou do’st,
Thy life in thy death, thy will
Dies in thy death;
Death is not for thee,
For thou wast not slain:
I am not angry with thee,
But thou lov’st me, but not for thy will:
My love, my love, I do not hate:
I am so strong as the sea,
That with thy hand I should have an eye,
And in thy blood I will kiss
All that I see in thee,
As with the ocean’s eye I see,
And every one sees that I am alive:
No, I do not love you:
All I want, my love, is your love;
But if you love me, I will die,
For I am with thee;
I am with thee, thou wilt make me alive.
So when the man of the lion’s breath,
And every breath from my lips,
Whose tongue I shall kiss, my own tongue I will tell,
For I love thee so much that I will love thee.

So if thou didst write me a verse,
Thy love will never kill me,
For this verse thou hast done,
And thou art my loving life:
This verse I swear, and I will swear.

“Now, if thou art alive,
I will swear thee, I will swear thee,
And all this I will say:
I will swear thee, my love,
And that I will be alive,
So I will swear thee, my love.

‘Thy love, my love, my love,
That I will make thee, my love.
‘Therefore, in the night of thy love,
Mine love, my love, my love,
My love, my love, my love,
My love, my love, my love,
My love, my love, my love,
My love, my, my love, my love,
My love, my love, my love,
My love, my love, my love,
My love, my love, my love,
My love, my love, my love,
My love, my love, my love,
All my love, my love, my love,
All my love, my love, my love,
All my love, my love, my love,
All my love, my love, my love,
Thy love, thy love, thy love,
My love, thy love, thy love,
My love, thy love, thy love,
I will swear thee, thy love, thy love.


‘Him, where are you?
Thy love, thy love, thy love,
Where is thy sweet place?
My love, thy love, thy love,
For your love, thy love, thy love,
For the love of your love, thy love,
The love of your love, thy,
The love of your love, thy love,
The love of my love, thy love,
The love of thy love, thy love,
My love, my love, thy love,
My love, your love, my love,
Your love, my love, your,
Your love, my love, my love,
Your love, my love, your love,
That I will curse thee,
In which I shall curse thee,
That I will make thee cursed,
For love of thy love, thy love,
The love of my love, thy,

The love of my love
The love of thy love, thy,

And my love, my love, my love,
My love, my love, thy love,
My love, my love, thy love,
Thy love, thy love, thy love,
My love, my love, my

Your love, my love, my love,
My love, my love, thy

As I would bear thee my own wound,
That I bear thee my own wound;
But thy self is still,
Thy self is still, thy self,
And thy self is still, thy self,
Thy self, my love, thy self,

Thy self, my love, my love,
My love, my love, thy love,
And my love, my love, thy love,
My love, thy love, thy love,
And thy love, my, my love, my love,
My love,


===== CHECKPOINT 036 EX # 004 K 50 P 0.9 =====

The earth will burn with fire.
In the sun, the moon, and the mountain shall be burned with fire.
I know you are a prisoner,
That I have taken away the spirit of your life,
So now I leave you a prisoner,
For I have taken away the breath of your life,
And now I leave you a prisoner,
For you must go back to me with the dead.”


“Now, this place of fear,
Let not your fear be tempted,
For you are my friend.”

“Now, now, stay here in thy bosom.”
“Oh, please!
My heart! the tears that come from thy breast,
Are not thy tears which thou hast committed,
To hide that I have committed thee.”


===== CHECKPOINT 036 EX # 005 K 50 P 0.9 =====

This is the way of the sun’s glory:The wind’s shadow hides thee:
He shall never hold thee in spite of her,
In spite of thee, that she may keep thee.


===== CHECKPOINT 037 EX # 001 K 50 P 0.9 =====

The poor old woman who is buried beside her, and her soul that loves her
The sick one who is nurs young and nursed with her
And with her own child she gives birth to her child
And on her head she bears him, and on her chin she bears him;
She is not his love, and his love is not of her heart;
But she bears her love with all haste, and with all vigour
And she doth nurse him like a child, and with all haste doth her love.


She says, “O dear love, you are in love,
Even though you know your love is not to me,
Even though you know what your dear friend is worth.

“But what you do that I do that I do that you do will please me,
And for that I will not bear your love.

“Then you will be mine, you will be my husband,
And mine you will be your father’s mistress;
I have given you the gift of your own blood,
And I have given you my life in my self.

“If there were one, then you would never die!
If you did, I would die too,
The living would give you life and my death would not!
If there were one, then you would not live;
If you did, I would live so and yet you would be dead.

“If your thoughts had no joy, you would not love me:
If your thoughts had no hope, you would not love me:
If your thoughts had no hope, you would not love me.

“And if you did not love me, you would not love me;
If your thoughts did not love me, you would not love me:
The thought which your thoughts make me think,
My thoughts make me believe in your sight;
And so much worse will it be if you do not love me!

And now, dear love, you are all my eyes,
My ears, my eyes, my ears, my ears,
My eye where my heart is lodged;
And now I weep at the sight,
The tears which you have held at me;

And now I weep at your tears, and you have borne them.

Then, dear love, you should not fear what you did,
Even if it was so bad, I would not fear what you did;
For if this were so, I would not be so.

‘What did you say to her?”

“What did she say to you,
And what did she say to you,
And what did she say to you,
The things that are so dear to her.

‘”Look, dear love, why do I blush so?
Look, sweet love, why do I blush so?
Look, sweet love, why do I blush so?
Look, dear love, why do I blush so?
Look, sweet love, why do I blush so?
Look, sweet and sad love,
Where your heart and your lips have been,
O, dear love,
But your heart is so cold and soft,
That you are weeping for me,
To cry for me with one eye,
To cry for me with another.

“‘Sweet love, why do I blush so?
My heart and my lips have been so sweet,
My lips so bright;
My face so deep, so dear,
Which in it we have such an eyes;
Where all the other forms are in me:
Which is more beautiful than heaven,
Which in it you are like to me.

“‘Sweet love, why do I blush so?

That in me you are like your heart,
The one I do for you,
The other for you;
So much love in my heart I want,
And more in my heart than in yours:
As much love as you desire is mine;
So much love is mine in you,
And so much love in me you cannot.”



“You would never live!” cried the poor boy,
“I would never live!”

“What do you say, dear, to me!
What do you say, dear, to me?

“You cannot live! your eyes do not tell,
That your heart can no longer be!
That you cannot bear this kind of thought!

“What do you say, dear, to me?
That you do not hear what my heart says;
That you do not hear what my heart says,
And do you not know that my heart is dead?

What do you say, dear, to me,
As I am now dead,
That you do not hear what I say.

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for it is for the sake of thee.

“But behold, thy name is, but with what is it:
My son, I will not inherit thy name;
His name is thy, but of mine,
And of mine, thou shalt be praised!
Yet thou hast done that which I will,
For that is, thou shalt be my pride,
And of that which I will be proud.”

“Then be it well,” quoth he, “that I, with mine own eye,
Look upon my name as well as the name I would,
With all my eyes that see this mark,
That my heart which was on the earth shall not see
The marks that I show to my neighbour’s eyes:
For if I have not my heart on this mark I will lose it;
But if I have my heart on this mark then I will lose all my grace
For I have not my love on this stain.”

“If this is not true, then why didst thou put me?
If it be true, why didst thou make me so strong
That I should be so strong,
As to give up my life with thee?
If it be false, how will I love thee?
If it be true, how shall I hate thee?”
“For my life is thy love!” quoth she;
“My love is thy love.”
‘If my love is not love, then my love is
Yet thy love is mine, not yours,
For mine will be mine.”


(Lentilus)

“A friend of mine, whom thou art not acquainted
In the city, whereon I have sought thee,
Since thou art so dear, and whereon I seek thee
This acquaintance of mine is like to her,
Whose sight is like mine to his,
And whose ear, so deep in it, she sings;
His ear, in my ear, sounds like mine.

And from thence through all this thou hast begun to love me:
Thou hast done my love to my heart;
Therefore I am no longer my love,
I will no longer be thy love.
And if he have been thy love in my eye,
That I did not love him,
My love in my eye did not kiss thee;
Yet it did have no such purpose to do:
Therefore, if this thy loving heart were to desire
My sweet heart, so would I not bear it;
The world would still be no happier than mine,
And the world would be no happier than mine,
For I am so dear, I must have him;
Nor the world would ever have my love if it were not,
For what is this love, what is thy love,
If there be no love?
And in the world whereof I am living,
I can see nothing in thy sight:
And what is mine, how shall I say if I am
To see thee, and not to see thee,
And not to say to thee, “My love, what am I,
I, what am I, what am thou,
I, what is thy love, why didst thou give me thee
This poor fool?
The beggar! the merchant!
The coward! the lame!
The beggar! the beggar!
The sickly; the lame! the sickly;
The beggar! the miser! the begg,
The beggar, the beggar;

The miser, the beggar, the beggar;

The beggar, the beggar, the beggar;

The saint, the saint, the saint!

He which was to thee, he which to my father
Hath to my eye, and to thy tongue,
He who hath been in mine eye,
His tongue I do not love,
Nor do I love thee:
And I do not adore thee;
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‘Tis the day of her life:
She’s my wife’s love,
Thy lover’s bedstyl’d, his bath’d:
He’s my love’s bath, to thee’s love’s bed:
His bath, she hath my bath!
She looks on the world as a picture,
‘Gives pleasure, gives joy:
She tells me in her mind what she thinks she knows.
So much for shame and shame, so much for guilt,
What was wrong of them, how they could be so bad:
Their love hath no shame.
They love the world as I love it:
For now I want of theirs,
I want of theirs for a day,
And then for the last I need my help.

My mind’s mind is a little broken,
And every moment an impression
Is dull, and that impression is dull.

To this I say, ’tis a thing for which I plead:
The mind’s thoughts will come to rest;
But not tomorrow’s thoughts, but tomorrow’s thoughts.

“So long as my self, my soul,
Is not in hell I am, but in hell I am.”


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That’d be better than a plague,

So much that I had seen,

And so many that I have done
woes,

And so many that I have not seen

What my wife hath done.


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or no can I hear my voice, but not my voice too long

And still my words and my voice and all that I say,

I’ll never live again.

(

Then he would pause and say “My name.”

Then would I speak my name with words, and that voice
That ever I heard was mine
And so far from him, as from a knife he could kill.

The day was fast so hot, but it was not
Unless at all my heart was with me.

“Now,” he said, “my love is gone;
And now I see your thoughts.
My dear heart is with you;
You can do no more;
My heart is not with thee.
What should I say now,
Which I am telling you?
Tell me, my dear heart;
And tell the truth.
Why, if I should do what you want,
What I am doing in your sight,
Why I have told you what you do not know.

I know, my dear heart,
To tell thee what I am,
Because you know that I tell you so.
When your tears have gone,
What will you do for me,
When I have shown you so much?
How will I ever tell you how you are;
And when I tell you so much,
Who can tell you that I do?
‘Tis as simple as the thought:
But if thou didst love this world,
And thought to love what I do,
Why shouldst thou think me to love thee?
Which then shall I say?
‘Twixt thee and me,
I have many friends;
Which none can boast of.
If thou didst love me,
Wouldst thou love thy father-love?
That thou wouldst love,
To love my father, to love your son,
And that I am your true love,
And that I be thy true love,
Which is what thy heart desires.

Thou art my heart, your heart;
When my heart dies,
My heart shall die, for nothing can be done.
The world with thy tears shall live;
That where thy heart lies,
The world with thee,
The world with thee,
The world with thee,
The world to thee,
And all that he hath,
The world, thou canst not know;
What to thee is so much more dear,
That I do not know,
That I know not what to say,

That I should not say it,
And why should I tell you what to do?
Thou art thy friend,
Why shouldst thou lend me thy hand?
The world with thee didst not wish,
To love thy dear heart,
And all that he hath,
What he didst not wish to do,
To love thy dear self,
To love his self.

“Thou art my heart, my friend;
I will never love thee,
I do not desire thee,
Thou art mine, and all that he didst desire,
Are mine as yours,
As yours and me as you are,
As you are mine and my self,
Thou art my love, my love.

“Whose heart, whose heart I love,
Who art mine,
Who shall love me,

Who do I love, and why do I love thee?
How should I love thee, when I love you?
If thou wouldst, thou wast my husband.
If thou wouldst, thou wast my wife,
If thou wouldst, thou wast my husband.

If thou wouldst, thou wast mine,
And this is what I am,
My body, my blood, my soul,
My will, my will, my will.
My will be my blood, my will, my will,
My will be my will, my will, my will.
No, not my will, not the will,
Who is mine, and what can I do,
But thou canst do what thou canst do!
If thou, what thy will,
What thy will, what thy will,
What thy will, what thy will,
What thy will, what thy will,
What thy will, what thy will!
And this is my soul, this will,
This will the will, this will,
This will the will, this will,
This will the Will, this will,
This will the Will, this’ll to me,
That I shall have love,
And this will the Love, this will the Love.

“Thou art my friend, thy friend;

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A great work of his art, thou shalt see it; and this is thy work.

As thou art thus told to us, I will send thee thence, and I will make thee this,
That, as thou dost say, we should make this to be,
And thence to go, and to go, and to go.

Hereupon I tell thee this, which hath thou told of the place,
Which is so much more excellent than this,
Which hath not a man so high a name,
Which should ever win, or should ever lose the good
If I had had him now, he might, and I could.

“For there’s more than beauty, but thou art no beauty,
Which I have not made.
For thou art not in thy own sight;
Yet thou art in mine sight;
You, like me, have made me, and I have kept thee in me.
“This, therefore, in that I make,
Is the first thing that a man should do:
That thou art in this place, where all others are made.

“No,” thou know’d, “this was my place,
And so did I.

‘”Then thou art in thy own world, and I am in mine.
‘”I am not in thee, but there are none that am,
Yet if they were alive, then I would not be there,
For if they were alive, they would not be there,
And they should not live, they would not die,
Nor would my body be a dwelling place.
“And now I will make my bed in thee,
And then thou willst rest in me, and this place,
And this part that I make is thy bed.
“Now I will make my bed again,
And my bed in thee shall be mine.

“This, therefore, is the first thing that a man should do;
For now I am thy father’s bed.
“O, thou art me, and this is thy father’s bed.
“This, then, in this place shall I lay your head.

“Mine, and mine, shall my father take,
And mine, my body will be mine.
“Then thou didst write it; therefore I am mine.

“No,” said thou art all this,
And yet I am thou that write’st me,
And I write not thee that write’st me,
And I write but thee, and she-
Why, then, didst thou write it?

“‘Why,’ said I, ‘why didst thou write it?
Because, as thou sayst, thou art all this,
Because thou hastst not done this, and this is all this,
As if thou couldst have done that of me.’

‘No,’ quoth he, ‘this was not what I did;
That was the first and last thing that thou didst write.’

“I say this, therefore, in this place didst thou write it?

“‘Ay,’ quoth I, ‘this was not what I did.
“But, if it be true,
That I did do this, but I did not do this;
I was not in him.
“O, then, therefore, in this, in this time didst thou write this?
And so did I in this place didst thou write?
“Why, then, thou art in me, and thus didst I:
That was the first thing I did,
And so did I in this place didst thou write.
“But where then didst thou write?
Here thou didst write my book.
“Look at this, for it is your own book;
And yet, therefore, didst thou not write in it,
Thou art me, and this my name?
So did I and this my name,
And yet, therefore did I write this book.
“Now, then, therefore, didst thou tell that I am mine?

This, then, is the second thing that a man should do;
And this, then, is my right,
The right whereof all this doth lie;
That whereof I do lie is this place that is near.

“Thus did I say this,
That I did not write, and thus didst thou write,
If I did not write it,
This is your self-experience:
For I did write this, that is, this life,
Whereon I do write this life, and this love,
And this love, this love, this desire,
This love, this longing, this desire, this desire,
And this desire, this, this desire, this desire,
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(and thou shouldst not perish) is this: this is the way, to be done: now it is that thou hast broken up the whole universe; now thou hast sent forth all things in me.

“My tongue, O my father, quoth she: thou, my brother, is the instrument of my woes: it shall not take thee from me, nor will thy love take thee from me; it shall give me what is in me, what thy love will give me: that I may be thy self, thou my self.

“And thou in that, and my self, that I mightst make my self, shall bear thy self, and mine self, so that I may be my self and yours.

“Therefore in that place, thou art mine, and mine is mine, as though thou hadst no self and no self.

“My lips, O my lips, didst not say:
What canst thou say?
What is it that I have?
I am thy soul, and mine is thy soul.

“That is what I did,
I did not live,
And I do not live,
For I did not do any thing,
And if any thing be found,
I would give it to him;
Then if some of his thoughts do,
That is my fault;
If he thinks of what he should say,
And if he thinks it did not come from him,
That is my fault.

“So, therefore, let me hear,
My heart is not troubled;
My ear is not troubled;
My eyes do not hear,
My tongue and my fingers hear;
My ears do not hear my thoughts.

So may I have such a place as this;
This is my place, which is mine,
For this is my place in this mine,
For all my things are mine,
My thoughts, my thoughts, mine own,
But all of my things are mine.


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I was with thee, and she wilt go to her home,
And then shalt thou be comforted, and thou shalt not cry,
Nor cry so often as thou shouldst when she hath gone.

If thou hast not had her, there must not be love in thy womb.

O, behold, I swear, I am the living creature of thee,
As that I might dwell upon thee in thy womb;
Thy heart may lie in thy bosom, and not dwell
On any body that breathes my foul breath.

“Father!” said she, “you will excuse me from weeping.
I do not wish for you to see me bleeding so that I may see thee die;
But if thou livest, I must not bear my wound.”

“Then I will weep.
I will not be angry with thee if thou didst slay me;
If I do so, I will be a coward, and not be proud.

If thou art my friend, then come now to me,
And pray me thee good night, and that thou mayst see me,
If thou art my friend, let the night do a merry dance.”

“And what do you think of my poor beauty,
That you are so sweet to me,
That you could not love me, but wished to help me?
If you think this, do not think of your poor quality;
If you think this, do not think of your poor quality,
For love’s sake, it is not mine;
If that beauty is mine, it is yours;
For love is love’s treasure, and mine is love’s burden;
But if that beauty be mine, why should I hate thee so?

For love is love’s treasure, and my treasure is yours;
For love is love’s burden, and mine is yours,
For love is love’s treasure;
Love’s treasure is mine; and my treasure is yours.”


III.

“Lo, if thou art still alive, and I be dead,
Thy body shall lie in thy bosom, and not on my heart,
My heart shall be in thy womb:
And thy spirit shall dwell therein,
His body in mine, his breath in mine,
My liver in mine, my lungs in thee,
My breast in mine, and in thy face;
And in thy face, thou shall not lie,
But I am alive and thy heart will be pure.



Lo, if thou art still alive, and I am dead,
Thy body will lie in my bos
And not on my heart, my heart, my liver,
My lungs, my breast, my liver;
And in thy face, thou will not lie,
But I will live, and my breath, and thy eyes,
But thou dost not breathe in thy mouth,
If he is in thy bosom, then thy breath will be pure.


“O, my dear, my friend,
How sweet, how sweet, how sweet, how sweet
My heart doth me love you, that I may see thee;
When I have lost sight of thee, I die,
My body shall rest with thee and not with thee.



Lo, if thou art still alive, and I be dead,
My body shall lie in thy bosom, and not on
The heart of thy deceased soul, and the heart of his dead
As it was in my life, that I might see thee:
If thou art dead, then my body shall be in thee:
My heart shall live, and my body shall not be in thee;
If thou art dead, then my body shall be in thee:
And thy body shall rest in mine;
My heart, my heart’s life, my spirit, my spirit’s life,
And my heart’s life shall live, and not live.




O, my dear, my dear friend,
My friend to me!



‘But look!’ she cries,
‘Look what that world is!
Wherefore, if it were alive,
How much would this world bear thee?
That I should be like to thee,
Even as a god to thee,
Or as a man to thee,
And in thy body as an infant,
Which should live as an old child.’

� Time, the world to him,
Who sees his own nature:
To see thy beauty in her, to see thy nature,
To see that beauty which was never my,
That was never mine;
To love thy beauty, and love thy beauty,
To love thy beauty in my, to love thy beauty in mine:
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‘For thou art not called,
Nor yet to me, to the other gods;
And now thou art but one, and so long to me:
That as thou art still, I do not see thee.
And thus I beseech thee, and say,
Look upon the face of my dear friend,
And be thou my friend, and I will be thy neighbour;
But this cannot be thy true love,
Though thou art of mine eyes, and it is not mine,
That in love I shall be thy neighbour;
For with mine eyes, and as they see
In mine eyes, mine heart, thou canst see.

‘Tis the same, but to the same,
And so it was when I first saw thee.

He is, for all eternity, in the midst of all worlds:
For the womb of your child bears his blood,
And, if thou didst give him so,
Then there was none left, but that which hath been thy birth:
And now my soul, my body, your face,
My eye, and the world that in my womb
I bear.

Thus is it now; thou wilt be mine father,
Who is the father of this child, and the father of thy son:
And my true love, wherefore this sweet, precious,
That every part of thee is mine, and is mine;
For I love you in thy beauty,
And on thy parts in mine eyes,
And all your beauty is mine, all your love is yours;

If thou art my true love,
And I am the true love of thee,
That in thee is thy breath, and on thee is
My true love, and in thee is your blood.”

“But in what do I love thee?”
“That I love thee so that you would approve
My love, that you would not approve mine;
That your love is so much stronger than mine,
That I love you so much more,
That you love me so much more, than I love thee.
So therefore I say, O my beloved,
You, my love that I love thee,
For it is me that love thee, and the other,
And as soon as you kiss my lips,
If thou wilt kiss mine, I will kiss thee.”


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To call him the name of that name,
That when he is called, his name will seem
All-sufficient to be reckoned.
For ever, I will never know thee
When thou dost be that fairest,
But I fear thee, that thou wilt be
Whose heart I’ll bear, and my heart will not bear
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to it be with him.

And then he stood, and behold,
Thy face was like unto the face of a dove,
His head like unto a dove’s tongue.
Thy head like unto his cheek,
That on his head, which are both the eyes of his face,
Shameful, but as the world and love both thrive,
But as a dove’s head the eye which sees the sky
Grows out from the heaven which is now,
And in him from his seat,
A light-pointed glass, like to that which was lost,
Whereat the heaven and all men were born of that which was
Ommatized by his eye.

But as a dove’s eye shall be made light,
My true self shall be born again,
And when I die, shall be in the way of my death.

‘Tis with this he says: ‘This verse is a lie,
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‘s eye, that through it be made an eye of fire, and an eye of heat; and when that eye, which the spirit of darkness hath wrought in me, shall see no fire but fire is burned up:

When I am gone out to this world, thou art buried with me, and with me,
For I have been so in him, and thou wast so in mine.

And thus it will be, and now I will be gone,
And not even so much as a sigh will let me go,
To behold the world, wherein I was once
To spend all my days, and the world where I am gone.

“O fool, what do you say,
That which thou didst do wrong,
To rob of thy virtue?
Who dost give praise to thy deeds?
What dost thou say to me,
What do you say,
That which I do think thee to be my wife,
Or to be your husband’s slave, or your husband’s slave,
Whose guilt or blame thou lovest not?
O fool, what dost thou say,
That which I do think thou to be,
Who dost give praise to my good deeds?

What dost thou say to me,
What do you say,
That which I do think thou to be mine,
And to be thy husband’s slave,
Who dost give blame to thy good deeds?

That which thou didst do wrong,
To rob thy virtue?

That which thou didst do wrong,
To rob thy virtue,
To rob thy virtue,
To rob thy virtue,
To rob thy virtue,
To rob thy virtue,

To rob thy virtue,
To rob thy virtue,
To rob thy virtue,
To rob thy virtue,
To rob thy virtue,
To rob thy virtue,
To rob thy virtue,

To rob thy virtue,
To rob thy virtue,

To rob thy virtue,
To rob thy virtue,
To rob thy virtue,
To rob thy virtue,
To rob thy virtue,
To rob thy virtue,
To rob thy virtue,
To rob thy virtue,

To rob thy virtue,
To fair and full of goodness,
That is pure in thee,
But what I have done,
I have done in thee,
And I have done in thee.

Thou art mine treasure, and mine gift,
Thy treasure is mine husband’s treasure;
Thy treasure is mine gift,
And mine husband’s treasure shall be thy treasure,
Thy gift shall be your treasure,

Thy gift shall be your husband’s treasure,
My treasure is mine treasure,
My gift is mine husband’s treasure,

The treasure in me is my treasure;
The treasure in thee is mine;
The treasure in thy treasure is mine;
The treasure in thy treasure is mine;

The treasure in thy treasure is mine;
The treasure in thy treasure is mine;

The treasure in thee is mine;
The treasure in thy treasure is mine;

The treasure in thy treasure is mine;
The treasure in thy treasure is mine;
The treasure in thy treasure is mine;
The treasure in thee is mine;
The treasure in thee is mine;
The treasure in thy treasure is mine;
The treasure in thy treasure is mine;
The treasure in thy treasure is mine;
The treasure in thee is thy treasure;
The treasure in thee is mine;
The treasure in thy treasure is mine;
The treasure in thy treasure is mine;

The treasure in thy treasure is mine;
The treasure in thy treasure is mine;
The treasure in thy treasure is mine;
The treasure in thy treasure is mine good is mine;
The treasure in thy treasure is thy treasure;
The treasure in thy treasure is mine poor is mine

The treasure in thee is mine;
The treasure in thee is mine;
The treasure in thy treasure is thy

The treasure in thy treasure is thee;
The treasure in thy treasure is thy treasure;
The treasure in thy treasure is thee;
The treasure in thy treasure is thy treasure;
The treasure in thy Collatine is thy Collatine;
The Collatine is thy Collatine;
The Coll Collatin is thee,
The Collatin is thee,
The Collatin is thy Collatin;
The Collatin is thy Collatin;
The Collatin, the Collatin, the Collatin;
The Collatin, the Collatin, the Collatin;
The Collatin, the Coll Collatin is thy Collatin;
The Collatin is thy Coll
The Collatin, the Collatin is thy Collatin;
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of fire, and of the fire, and of the fire, and of the fire, and of the fire;

Then thou shalt never, when thy heat and moisture do break,
Like the dove, or the dove, or the dove, or the dove,
Upon the earth’s face that which was born
Of the heat and water, and of the heat and moisture,
Against which the earth’s sun and heaven’s face hath been blown
Against thee, and that which the heavens themselves will destroy
To that which shall be in her bosom.

This verse is the first of four words used in the verse of
The book of Collatine;
Thy blood, or thy holy spirit, to me
For this love so enfeebled thee,
By my blood I give thee;
But not this, nor thy blood, nor thy holy spirit,
For love is mine, not that of others.

By thy blood I grant, but in thee,
For thy grace to me is a ransom
And to thy hand I have thee,
For in this I trust thee,
So that I may forgive thee and repay thee.

‘Tis the tenth verse in the book of Coll,
And after the end of it there is a chorus
And an ending of the verse,
With some hymns or hymns, and some others,
Thy majesty is like the sun, and the moon, and the stars,
Which all the heaven’s beams of the fire
Look on thee, and praise thee;
And if, therefore, thy beauty in the midst
To all these parts remain in that state,
If any thing in the world’s midst be
Some thing in my blood, but nothing in it,
Which I have the full possession of,
Thy pure and unfasting nature, I give:
But what thy beauty may, and what thou art not,
Shall, in the age of the world, give.

“What should I have done?” quoth the poet,
The day’s night is so kind, that thy sorrow
Oysters, and thy sorrows are like birds;
What a sorrow doth this, that it doth have a sound?
Which thou hast no right, but this is thy true,
Who with all his grace doth take away thy grace,
And do this thou didst steal from her.
Then shalt thou be mine son, and me,
And do this the best thou lovest:
Mine true self is my self, and mine true life
In thee the whole of my being is my self,
And in thee I am my self, and thy truth
Thy true self is my self, and thy truth’s true self
Thy self’s true self the whole of my being is my self,
And mine self is my self, and mine self’s true self
Thy true self is mine self, and my self’s true self
And mine true self is mine self, and my self’s true self,
And mine true self is mine self, and my self’s true self
And my true self is mine self, and mine true self’s true self

And this the earth’s breath doth dronk:
Whereof I make rain, and there doth drench
To the earth the rain;
And there doth drench there drench, and there drench:
And then rain doth drench the sky,
And there d earth’s wind doth drench the sea,
And there d fair night doth drench the morning,
So that all night’s day doth light the sky.

“When they say, ‘Who gave thee thy life,’
How did thou give me life, or did it come from me,
To say that I gave thee life, to say that I did not?

But how was it then, that thou wast thy father,
That I took thee to my eyes, and gave thee some night,
And to thy lips I gave thee some praise?
But for thy sake did I kill thee,
For the desire of thee to have been mine,
For thy life for thy love to be mine,
For me I did not kill thee, but I gave thee some ransom
And some promise and some promise of death
To make thee ransom again, and again I gave thee some.

“For he hath done wrong, for he hath done right
And done wrong not, but I did not kill him.”

For thy sake did I kill thee,
For my sake did I kill thee;

For the fault of thy sin did I inflict.

“Who gave thee that day to love, and then did I kill thee?”

“The sun doth make a golden shadow,


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“Why? Why?”
” father is dead;
But still we still live.
She is alive, and I live.”


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, and then night came, and she sat, and then he sat, and then he rose, and then the night came, and she sat, and then the night came, and she began to weep;
She began to weep, and then he began, and then he began,
She began to weep, and then he began,
She began to cry, and then he began,
And he began, and then she began, and then she began,
And then he began, and then she began,
And then she began, and then she began
And then he began, and then she began,
Then she began, and then he began,
And then she began, and then she began,
Then he began, and she began,
Then she began, and then she began,
Then she began, and then she began,

Then she began, and then she began,
Then she began, and then she began,
Then she began, and then she began,

Then she began, and then she began,
Then she began, and then she began,
Then she began, and then she began,
Then she began, and then she began,
Then she began, and then she began,
Then she began, and then she began,
Then she began, and then she began,
Then she began, and then she began,
Then she began, and then she began,
Then she began, and then she began,
Then she began, and then she began,
Then she began, and then she began,
Then she began, and then she began,
When she did, she began,
Then she began, and then she began,
Then she began, and then she began,

Then she began, and then she began,
And when she did, she began,
When he did, he did,
When he did, she did,
When she did, she did,
When she did, she did,
But if she did, she did,
But if she did, she did,
So if she did, she did,
Therefore if she did, she did,
So if’ he did, she did,
So if she did, she did,
So if the wind did, she did,
So if it did, she did,
But if she did, she did,
So if the sun did, she did,
For he did, she did,
And if it did, she did,
And if he did, he did,
But if she did, she did,
For she did, he did,
Therefore if she did, she did,
For she did, she did,
Therefore she did, he did,
So if it did, she did,
For she did, she did,
And if he did did, she did,
For she did, she did,
And if he did, she did,
The sun, in thee was thy light;
Thine is my light, and thy night’s night:
So it is thy shadow;
Love doth it not make thee live?
Love doth it not make thee be dead?
And yet thy bed, as a flower doth grow,
It doth not flower all flowers:
No, I love thee, and the time shall never end,
For I love thee, and the time will never end;
For I love thee, and the time will never end,
For I love thee, and the time will never end,
For I love thee, and the time will never end,
For I love thee, and the time will never end,
For I love thee, and the time will never end,
For I love thee, and the time will never stop,
For I love thee, and the time will never stop,
For I love thee, and the time will never stop,

For I love thee, and the time will never end,
For I love thee, and the ending,
For I love thee, and the time will never stop,
For I love the end,
For I love thee, and the time will never stop,
For I love thee, and the time right,
For I love thee, and the time will never be,
For I love thee, and the time will never be,
For I love thee, and the end,
For I love thee his ending,
For I love thee, and the time will never be,
For I love thee, and the time will never be,
For I love thee, and the time will never be,

For I love thee, and the time will never end,
For I love thee, and the time beginning,
For I love


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The wind blows the sound of thunder;
Throwing him from his chamber,
To watch her face with her eyes,
And let her speak her words.

Lo, O my lord, who art thou mad with me,
Have you a lover to whom to weep,
And who so loveth not him?
But, in some wise, my father’s death
Is your fault, your fault, my sorrow.

‘‘� fair babe of your heart
Doth fall down from thee, and woe to thee.


‘� fair one, dost thou wilt
Have not pity on my sweet little child,
For I have been born to hate thee?
Who can say, ‘My love, love, my son,’
But with that which I have given thee?
The other, my sweet little love,
As long as thou livest, I will live,
And when thou livest thou will live.

‘� fair one, dost thou love my love,
For thy love of my husband is thy husband?

‘‘‘‘‘‘‘� fair one, dost thou be
The bastard of thy mistress’ eyes?
� fair one, d fair one,
Thou love’s slave, whose love doth not survive,
Is now a true slave of mine,
And as the slave of mine eyes,
And as the slave of my love,
I will still live,
As the slave of my love in that which I have seen;
But all, all, all, I will live for ever.


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,
And yet sweet woman,
So sweetly she may still be;
Or not even one more may she have.
But if any one be still,
The last of those days,
And be still, and I should die,
And not be alive;
For I did not know her,
And yet I did love her.

When love’s absence did break
So much as it did keep,
My sorrow was still a stranger to the grief;
And yet I, that was my best;
To make her suffer, and then she should die;
And then no wonder the thought
Was of death to her; she could not bear it;
But, for the reason that her eyes were so black,
For I know not how to say what shall come to me,
I cannot say why, but when I hear of thee
I hear of thee not:
But now, when I shall hear thee lie,
Even thou shalt know how thou wilt weep,
And how I shall weep and what thy face will tell.

That is how love will look on thee,
And it will love thee so:
What thy thoughts are, it shall say,
The sweetest love, the least cruel love,
And not yet the least hateful love.


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And I was dumb,
And to the sight of my eyes
And to my hearing, and with my hand
The heavy heavy breath of death.
Yet my voice trembled like a dead thing,
But now, my thoughts were made light
With tears; then were they seen,
And with my heart so hard,
Their cries of joy made their way,
The poor poor little boy being left behind,
Who could he hold up his eyes?
I had no strength to restrain myself
Nor did I think of my words.

Then with his hand he drew me out of the valley,
Where he bound me with his finger,
As if he’d brought me back to a better state,
So I was so afraid that he should kill me,
So that he would know that I was alive;
And that he would tell his mind,
And with his lips he told my story.

‘”Come,” quoth she, “let us say that you are my dear friend.”

Then she set me down on the ground;
And the sight I gave him was a tear;
And I looked at her trembling lips and his hand
Being like a feather:
She did not weep, but said,
“This is my dear friend,
Love is precious; she is my love,
And it would be more beautiful to die.”
‘‘‘

Then I saw her weeping, and at length
She rose, and in tears said,
‘The one from me,
I would have her, and she’d bear her.
‘� Adonis came again,
And in a loud and deep voice spoke:
“Him a maiden, my dear friend.
She is my love, and she is my friend,
But for my sake, she dies.”


Then Lucrece fell down,
And at his side, he lay weeping;
Her lips on his,
As if in a deep sleep he sought her,
And she did not find him;
His tears had not yet begun to fall.



Then he came again, and with tears,
He said,
“My dear friend, if you die,
The one you have left behind,
My friend that I have left,
May my soul be yours, for your sake,
And for that you may be my dear friend.’

‘‘
tears that she held,
She did not stop weeping,
And said, ‘The one from me,
This would be mine, my dear friend,
This is my dear friend;
Therefore she would have her be mine,
And if her blood did not flow,
I would have nothing else but what she bears.”


� Lucre Adonis,

The red rose rose of Tarquin’s rose,
With which Adonis drew the tears away,
And with them he kissed her;
And his voice was deep, his tears were full,
As if he were weeping at last.



But when he had gone, she was gone,
And in his arms she was weeping,
And crying out, “This is my dear friend.
I will not let you live.”


But afterwards he was gone,
And his arms were folded up in the ground,
And his breast was on Collatine’s knee.


Lucre,

‘When this was done,’ said he,
‘you were still my dear friend;
You were my love, my dear friend;
When it came to this, I gave you life.


The poor child, as he stood,
And with all his courage he drew his sword,
And as he drew, he drew, he drew,
And with a sharp sword he drew,
He thrust, he thrust, he thrust, he thrust,
That it did not seem, but,
His breath was full of fear and pain,
His breath being full of death,
His breath being full and so full of his pain;
The blood that flowed out of him,
The deep breath that flowed from him,
The blood that flowed out of him,
He that he had, did not bleed,
But his tears were cold and hot,
His tears that his tongue had gone to him
Harsh and clear, his tears that his lips had gone to her.


“What did he say? What did he say?”

“He did not say.”

“What did he say?”

“That he did not say.”

“He did not say,” quoth Lucre,
‘‘ “this is his story.’
the weeping Lucre,
The weeping Luc


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A-going,
For a day’s journey,
To seek his sight, for the journey’s sake.

Then Lucrece took her back, and she took with him back a little;
And poor boy, the stranger being gone,
With a sigh and a sigh, she laid a hand on her hand,
And with him held him by her breast:
Her face was full of sighs of joy,
And for a little while, the Lucrece fell;
Then Lucre Lucrece came down with Lucre’s eye,
And there, on his bed, Lucre had his bed-white.

Then when Lucre the Lucrece had gone,
He fell asleep, and Lucre was gone.


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The sun rose up in him,
And there was his wife’s face in her breast.

She came with a gentle face,
And with her cheeks he saw the babe,
And he had her tied to his bosom.

She lay on the ground, and lay on her back;

For fear of death was but a dream of the world.

She had her cheeks red, her lips red,
And in her cheeks white she saw what was in the world.

‘‘� sun was with a golden hue,
And his visage of white was like the shadow of death.


‘� night, he that is in the west hath seen

Tomb of the night, that shall not leave you alone.

‘� night I lie buried,
And this day’s tomb shall be made plain.


She stood on the hill with tears in her eyes
And his eyes were open wide.

‘� sweet morning of April,
Tween summer and winter,
They were the days that in their beauty stood,
They are the days when love hath full strength:
That love that hath full strength shall not fall,
But love that hath full strength shall come again.

And now he did not give her back to her,
But she did in his arms kiss him gently,
And they exchanged his love.

‘‘

The lion of winter fled with her,
And in her wake came a leper;
For this leper was so tame,
And he stood by her side and kept watch.

� night she cried aloud,
And the lion fled from his claws.

‘� night she cried again,
And the lion in his claws,
With all his might lay his prey,
And lay the lamb’s head on his chest.

‘‘
night he sought his prey,
With his spear in his right hand he laid it,
And his spear in his left he struck,
And then came the wolf,
And her blood gushed forth in the river.

� night he sought his prey,
With his spear in wolf’s breast he did strike;

The wolf laid his prey, and her blood flowed forth,
Her blood did flow forth, and the earth was dry.



The lion doth not leave the world:
The world which he feeds on is barren,
And his harvest is full of weeds.

� night he saw the birds that were in the air,
And then the wind came upon his cheek,
And they flew out of his eye.

‘� night she saw the living,
And then the night did begin to set.

� night she saw the naked,
And then the moon began to show him,

‘‘
night she did bear him that he did kill,

The day she did bear him she did bear her son,
The day that she did bear him she did bear her son.



The birds that were in the sky doth fly,
The flies that fly out of the air doth fly.

� night the sky did appear,
And then the birds that were in the sky doth fly
Their wings do not budge.




The fire that the fire is in the earth,
The rain that is in the ground,
The snow that is in the ground,
The flood that is in the ground.
night he was in the water,
The water that in the earth he was in did rain,
And then the rain did fall on him,
And then the wet earth did dry up,
And the wind did blow him away.


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With white tears I did take

In tears I did swallow,

And then did she weep.

and she did breathe;
And then did she wail.


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The voice of his mind began to tremble and the waves of his heart began to;
He that was still with Lucrece’s lips would have gone
To heaven, but his lips would not have gone
And then would have gone unto hell.

But the other night Lucrece, having been slain by Tarquin,
Who had fled in haste from his city,
Shaped her by the foot of him with that bloody blade,
Gazing upon the dark grave and weeping,
Staring with dreadful fear with her face pale.

Then the queen, from the hill of the mountain,
Had run her down and gone,
To the grave of her body, whose head she lay;
But she did not rise again, as it were,
Or, as he would have done, for she would have gone.

He that had the night’s time, with his lips in his hand,
Stood still, for joy was within him;
And his heart was contented, as well as his body;
Yet this was not a time to be left out,
In honourable tears, nor to be forgot,
To live in the past;
His memory was still a memory, and not a story;
Yet he did not write for his memory,
Nor to his memory would he speak;
But the thing that was so true and glorious,
Was such a time, where his lips had done,
To lie still, and to speak no longer.

But when she did speak again, she would leave
His words in his heart, where he still had them.

“For love,” she said, “there is no more love,
No more love, no more love,
No more love, no more love,
No more love, no-Love,
Not love, not love, not love.
Love shall not come, there is no more love,
Thy sweet, unwholesome life will be.
Thy heart, thy sweet heart, thou be-betrayed,
Thy beauty and thy beauty doth hate thee,
And thy heart, thy beauty doth hate thee.

‘O, my dear heart, thou art my love!
No love, no love,
Not love, not love,
O, my love!


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Seeds were like to a leaf,
And when the flower was ripe,
She lay down on the ground, and let a little light
Take her in: she was like to a leaf.

“I am an old, but no friend to this story,
For I am a friend in her sight;
But you must see me now, for I am her face.

“If thou livest for her beauty, then let him live,
And if thou livest for her love, then let him live.”


“Poor thing that thou is, so rich for one night!
And poor thing that thou art, so poor for one night!

“O thou fool, what fortune and joy dothst thou behold?
Give thyself to me, and I will put thee to death,
And that thou shall not have thyself to live,
And thou shouldst in thy own bed, to die and live,
For my life is to die and live,
For the life of others to die and live.”


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‘Doth lie, but he that doth be buried, to die
Doth not die, but live.

But now was he that lived with his life.
And thus did death live:
Death, which is now dead,
Was not dead before, when it was buried.
O poor woman, in thee,
When thou art done, to be still with me,
When my woes may seem,
The tears of my tears shall dry my hair,
And make the weeping face of my lips grow pale,
That where tears cannot sting,
All things shall show their light, as if they had been born.


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the golden golden trumpet of the living world,
And, as a shining lion, doth reign over this world,
For a thousand years, to this day he reigneth in his golden wings.

‘My love is as mine, and thou wast my friend: but my fear is all mine;
So am I now, and yet thou knowst it not.
But if thou be my friend, then let me have no fear,
Even so shalt thou be mine.’

“‘What shall I fear to say?,’ quoth she,’my fear is my own fear!’
‘What shall I fear to say?’ quoth she,’my fear is my own fear!’

‘My love is your love, but mine love is mine.’

“O what a story! let me tell it!” quoth she;
“let me say it again, let me say it again.
“My love is not my own love; it is thy love,
The love of the world! thou hast my love, and I have thy love!”

‘And now I know what my love is,
Which is thy love, and what I love,
And thus the world will know that it belongs.
Yet where am I? where am I from? what where am I from,
What where are I from? what are my words from my lips,
And what have I taught them from their lips?
O my dear friend, why hast I so often doth teach you,
That I love you, and yet thou art thy friend,
Thy love is not mine; it is thy friend’s love!
Where art thy heart, my dear friend, and your love?
Where art thy heart, my dear friend, and your love?
Where are my fears, my fears, my fears!
Where are your fears, my fears, my fears!
Where are your fears, my fears, my fears!
Where are my fears, my fears, my fears!
Who dost thou think of what thy friends’ minds are?
Who dost thou think of what thou dost think?
Who dost thou think that thou dost think?
Who dost thou think that thou d and of this world,
Or of this world’s place, or of this world’s state?
Who dost thou think that thou dost think that thou dost do,
That thou dost do this thing, and that thou dost do it?
Who dost thou think that thou dost do this, and that thou dost do it,
So far are I from thee, from thee to me,
As yet thou dost not fear the earth, nor yet me,
As yet I do not fear him, yet I do not fear him.
O my dear friend, what a life I have left!
What a wretched waste! what a waste!
What a waste! what a waste!
O my friend! what a waste! what a waste!
What a waste! where’s thy love? where’s thy love?
Where’s thy love where’s thy heart,
Where’s thy heart where’s my heart!
Where are my fears and my fears,
Which love doth show on the night, and on the day;
And which love doth show on the day, and on the night?
Where is thy heart, and thy heart on the night?
Where is thy heart on the day, and on the night?
Where are my fears, and my fears on the day,
Which my love doth show on the night?
O, how often is the thought of my dear friend’s love,
That thou dost fear him not!
Who dost thou know that thou dost love not,
What thou dost dost doth see and in what way he doth view?
Thy thoughts are not thy thoughts,
Which dost thou think of my dear friend, and thy thoughts be not
My thoughts doth comment on thy thoughts,
Which doth comment on my thoughts, and on thy thoughts.
“For thou art my friend,” quoth she, “though thou be the other’s love,
Yet thou art my friend’s love, but thou are thy self.

I did not intend to make thy self a slave: for I had made thee a slave,
Because I was not my own, and was mine own.

I did not intend to make my self a slave: for I have done so,
In spite of myself.
I did not intend that thou didst not make me a slave:
For thou didst not know my name, nor did thou know my love;
But thy words do not prove mine, neither do mine words prove thee;
And if thou hadst read my deeds, thou couldst not


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A man that did wrong his father and father’s eyes:
Love is my dear son, and my love my friend:
Where I shall fight for you, love and hate, not with the eyes of thine eyes,
But with love I will fight for you, my friend,
And you will fight for me for your life.

Love is your friend, my dear friend, your true love.
Love is mine heart, and mine eye, my true eye;
I am the true love of you, and you shall love me for your life.

I am your father, your true love, my love, and thou art my child.

Your father my love.

“And thou hast heard how I did thy father’s false verse
When I was young, and all was well:
Where thou werest then didst sing and sing again,
And now I stand before thee;
What didst thou do?
Who were thy sweet self?
Where I was then didst hear my voice with my lips
And all the words that thou didst speak:
What then dost thou do?
Whose voice didst thou know, and didst thou hear?
Why didst thou look upon me?
Didst thou see the truth of thy self?
Thyself in all respects, do not judge
My self, but mine self,
Thyself in all respects.

“Oh, oh, oh, why should I lie so fast?
Where is my self, thou wilt not tell?
Where am I, thou wilt not tell?
Where am I, thou w poor little coward?
Where am other in all my world,
Who in the other world will feed on me,
Which is in every world with me?
Who is the first where you will see,
Where will I show you where you will find,
Where will I show you where your heart shall find me?
Where will my life do, where all life will lie?
Where will my love do, where all love will lie?
Where will I go, where all love will live?
Where will my heart do, where all pain will lie?

Where will all my loving hearts do, where all thy love should live?
Who is my heart, O self, what is it,
Where it is and where it didst come?
Where was the flower of my life,
And was the flower where it didst grow?
Where my loving hearts didst form a kind of pattern,
Which could not hold my heart from burning out?
Where my love didst have the beauty to do?
And all the love I did have that is now in my self’s self,
Whose self-same kind of heart I was before I did bear;
Who by my self-same kind of heart didst give rise to my desire,
That now was no love to him I did not love him.

“O my love! do you not love me with a simple love
Which, after I had broken your love-like bonds,
With the best of thy self that I could devise
With thee, I could never say,
What would have done me harm? or what would have done me injury?
Why did I not hear the sound of my own heart;
What would have done me harm?
When I heard the music of thy self,
Why did I not hear that of thy self?
So it was, as it were, with that music of my heart;
Then it was, as it were, like the song of my heart;
Now, if thou art my heart, my heart is thy treasure.

“O love, what kind of self should thou find?
The one which I know not why
Is selfless, but false, like all men,
To be like all men, but to be true to myself;
Being false, but true: ’tis false to be true to thee;
Which is thy true self, thou art my treasure,
And so in thy treasure, in thy love.
“O! thou art my treasure!
All the treasure that ever I possess,
Is all my beauty in thy eyes;
My love, all my love in thy eyes;
All the love in thy hearts, that I have in thy heart:
That in my love, my love hath an ever increasing view:
What love, my love, my love, my love, thy love!

If that my love be yours, then do not look,
And not look where your eyes shall be:
That my love you should not see:
That my love you should not be seen:
I, by your love, didst not know how to love thee.
“But now, my love, your love’s love,


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in same, in one day: but it shall not be, nor be: for the light of it is not in me, but in the light of it was in me: for it was not in me, but in me, and in me it is,
‘And shall not be, neither shall it be,

Nor shall it be, nor be, nor shall it be,
Nor shall it be, nor be, nor be,
Nor should it be, nor be,
Nor should it be, nor be, nor be,
And shall not be, nor be, nor be,
Nor should it be, nor be, nor be,
Nor should the rain not be, nor is it rain;
And shall not be, nor be, nor should it be,
Nor should they be, nor be,
Nor should they be, nor be, nor be,
Nor will they be, nor be, nor be,
Nor will they be, nor be, nor be,
Nor will they be, nor be, nor be,
Which is not, nor will they be, nor be,
Which is not, nor will they be,
And be, nor be, nor be,
Which is not, nor will they be,
That is not, nor will they be,
But are not, nor are they,
That is not, nor will they be,
Which is not, nor will they should,
The same shall be and shall not be
Which is not, and shall not be
Which will not be, nor will they be,
Which is not, nor will they be,
Which is not, nor will they be,
Which is not, nor will they be,
Which will not be, nor will they be,
Which is not, nor will they be,
Which will not be, nor will they be,
Which is not, nor will they be,
Which is not, nor will they be,

Which is not, nor will they be,
But will they be, they shall be,
And shall not be, nor will they be,
And shall not be, nor will they be,
Which is not, nor will they be,
And shall not be, nor will be,
And shall not be, nor will they be,
Which shall not be, nor will they be,
Which shall not be, nor will they be,
Which is not, nor will they be,
What will not be, nor will they be,
But will they be, and shall they be,
Which is not, nor will they be,

And shall not be, nor will they be,
If their lives were, they shall not be,
Which is not, nor will they be,
Which is not, nor will they be,
If their lives were, they shall not be,
Which is not, nor will they be,
The lives of the dead will not be,
Which is not, nor will they be,
Which is not, nor will they be,
But will their lives be,
Their lives shall not be,
Which is not, nor will they be,
Which is not, nor will they be,
Which is not, nor will they be,
Which is not, nor will they be
Which is not, nor will they be,
Which is not, nor will they be,
Which is not, nor will they be,
Where is not, and how shall they be,
Which is not, and shall not be,
Which is not, and shall not be,
Which is not, nor will they be,
Which is not, nor will have,
Which is not, nor will they be,
Which is not, nor will they be,

And they may be, but they cannot be,
Which is not, nor will they be,
Which is not, nor will they be,
The things that are not, are not,
If they were, and were, and were,
All that be, no matter which they are
Will not be, nor will they be,
If they were, and had, and were,
Will not be, and did not,
Which is not, nor will they be,
If they were, and were, and were,
And did not, and did not,
Which is not, nor will they be,
The things that are not, are not,
Where the things that are not, are not,
If they were, and were, and were’r,
And did not, and did’r,
Where the things that are not, are not,
The things that are not, are not,
And did, and were, and did not,
Who were not


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O my breast to my breast,
Then he that doth not desire her might,
My lips to her lips, and on them my breast,
Her face to her breasts, and on my head,
His blood to his brow,
His cheeks to her cheeks, his lips to her cheeks,
Then, though with my lips so well done,
He doth not kiss my breast so much as so much;
Yet with mine she breathes such a blow,
That she hath done much to comfort him,
That she should kiss him when he be dead;
And so the sweet kiss that she gives,
With her sweet voice she shakes her tongue,
She sings to him how to say my love:
‘Give me thy love, my love, my love,’
But if I have not been your love,
I do not want thy love;
For as soon as I love your love,
I am to be your love’s husband’s wife.
O what kind of love have I in thee?
For, as soon as he hath put on my breast,
My breast is warmed by his hand, and I am set,
And he takes it by my hand, and I kiss thee.
O, my dear daughter; thou dost not believe
That he didst steal me from thee,
And if he did steal me from him,
Then what good will he have me say,
Why didst thou make me promise that thou wouldst not betray
And when thou didst steal me,
Thy hand didst not lend me to thy crime,
And when thou didst give me,
Thy hand didst give me up in my bed;
Thy hand didst do me wrong,
That I should love thee with all my heart.

And then was I tempted,
For I was tempted,
To make thee my love.

Thus dost thou art tempted,
To make my love thy excuse.

‘But now,’ quoth she, ‘why dost thou keep me here,
What shall be thy excuse for my trespass,
To steal the love of thee so quickly?
The love which thou so love is so dear,
To steal my love, my love’s excuse,
My fault, your excuse, my fault’s excuse;
And to make my love excuse myself
I shall say so thy excuse didst wrong.’

“So my fault!” quoth she;
‘not the fault of thy fault,
For I am so bad,
That thou shouldst cause my fault,
To be so strong that I am not weak.’

“But not my fault!” quoth she;
‘not my fault!” quoth she,
‘not the fault of thy fault,
For not the fault of thy fault is my fault.
If she hath fault, how then do I be weak?
If she hath not fault, why should I be weak?
If he have my fault, I cannot blame him;
If he have his fault, he cannot blame me.
If he have my fault, he cannot blame me.
‘But not my fault, therefore,
My fault is not yours.
But mine is yours, my fault.
No fault can make me guilty:
Mine is yours; my own is yours.
The wrong that thou shouldst make me guilty,
Is not mine: mine is yours, mine is mine,
The world which thou didst make,
But this is my self, my self,
And mine shall be yours.
The wrong that thou shouldst make me guilty,
Is not mine: mine is mine.
The evil that thou shouldst make me guilty,
Is not mine: mine is mine.

O, my dear son,
And what is that which thou didst do to me?
And what thou didst do for me,
The wrong that thou didst do to me,
Is not thy fault, but my fault.
The bad that thou did I did to thee:
The bad that thou didst do to me,
The wrong that thou didst do to me,
The wrong that thou did I did to thee:
The bad that thou didst do to me,
And the wrong that thou did I did to thee,
I do not love to you,
And do not love my self,
But the wrong that thou didst do to me.’

But when his arms dallied,
She drew her handkerchief in her breast,
And she ran it down her face,
To show how it was dainty, and so fast as she fell.

‘My heart should not weep, for I would not weep,
To be so sweetly blushing as when I fell,
And to be so kind


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Caught the spirit of thine, and my dear beloved,
From whom she fled, and fell,
The sorrow of my heart and my dear love.’


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‘When she went away from him, the boy would say: ‘I have gone, and thou wast here.’

When he did not tell her the name of his father, he told her, ‘I have been here, and thou wast here.’

When she had returned, she could not help weeping: ‘My dear sister, what have I done wrong to thee?’

The husband would never tell her, ‘My dear mistress, what have I done wrong to thee,’
She would say, ‘I have gone, and thou wast here.’

“But she did not not say: ‘I have gone, and thou wast here,’
She would say: ‘And thou did not take leave of me, for thy poor love hath done me wrong.’

‘She would not say, ‘When will I find thee?’
‘If I will find thee,’ replies she, ‘and I will be thou.’

‘And I will be thee again; for thou hast done me wrong,
And I did not tell thee, ‘The thief was the thief,
And the boar the boar,
That steals the treasure of thy house.’

And thou didst deceive,
And I did not tell thee, ‘The thief was the thief.’


The Tarquinine Adonis

‘Why, thou art a Tarquinine,
For thou dost not speak;
And if thou canst see me from hence,
You shall not know, nor shall thou know what lies behind
Within my veil.’



She being a Tarquinine, she should bear no ill,
But rather say, ‘He is dead; I have no fear.’

� she would say: ‘So shall I say, O Tarquin, I am dead.’

‘She did not say that I was dead,
And she did not say, ‘No, O Tar Tar,
Who, in her time will not fear me?’



He that is in Time with me
The sun will not leave his sight;
And the stars shall never find his sight.’




The Tarquinine Adonis
was not Tarquinine:
The Tarquinine Adonis
did not kill her;
And Tarquinine Adonis
did not kill Lucrece
When he did not kill her;

The Tarquin did not kill the Adonis;

And Tarquin in Lucrece did not kill the Adonis;

Herself did not die;
The Tarquin doth kill the Adonis
And in Luc doth be still.

O Tarquin’s Grace:
But how do I love thee so?
Thy Grace, not for your sake,
But for the sake of the world!

When thou art come, I should give thee strength,
To break the siege, and to keep the siege.


Tarquin, the Tarquin the Tarquin the Tarquin the Tarquin the Tarquin

And so on she goes,
As before she had gone,
The Tarquin with her heart’s fire was broken;
She in her heart she shows
How far she runs before death,
And yet still her heart keeps him.



‘If thou art in thine eye, then the Tarquin thou hast seen
Will appear with thy own eyes
To have thy eyes seen from thee:
For if thou art in the eye, then thou hast not the eye
For your eyes are not to see thee:
But if you have the eye, then thou art the Tarquin!



The Tarquin, the Tarquin, the Tar Tarquin,

Is the Tarquin the Tarquin that made me die,
And I am the Tarquin that made thee survive,
So if thou art in thine eye
O my Tarquin, my Tarquin, thou are Tarquin,
And I am my Tarquin, and thou are my Tarquin,
O Tarquin’s Adonis!



When he had said this, Collatine would say:
‘Thus goes the Tarquin: ‘When thou art in thy sight,
Wherein I think thou, thou that bearth mine eyes,
That I may see thy face!
For there was no other Tarquin,
But my Tarquin was in thee.’



‘As soon as she would say, ‘The Tarquin’ and Lucrece
And Lucre Time did say,’ ‘The Tarquin,’ I replied:
‘The Tarquin is the Tarquin that made my eyes see,
For he did not lie:
And thou didst lie to me,
For he did


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He who art with them: his name is gone out from thee,
But where thou art most, there still remaineth
Your face: he whose words I pray not,
And which speak shall not be heard, but thou,
Though I see him from thee with eyes,
And in the shadow, the face of a fool,
Is now mine.”

Her grief then began,
Her tears fell away like fire:
But she could not hold her face against herself,
And neither could he to make her cry,
But all that would seem like tears,
She fell by the sword, and cried again,
When he that had held her was gone;

Then the maid did not see him, but the wolf
Was not the only one that doth not fear.

‘”Look upon what kind of thing thou art,
Make me your guest,’ she told him, ‘nor steal what is said
From me.’

“Be silent,” quoth she, “for fear of being seen;
And if thou art seen with me,
Thy love and thy heart have done me shame,
And thou, not being a stranger, shall make them proud,
By my love to thee they say: ‘My love is mine,’
To whom, with that thought, they make a sweet heart,
And then shall they swear, ‘My love is mine,’
And if any thing do wrong,
What shall they say, ‘My love is mine,’
Or shall any of their mouths say, ‘The curse that hath me,
Hath kept the child in the womb,
My love is mine; my love is your friend,
And if you did wrong, I will not steal your life.’
‘Therefore my love is thy child,’ quoth she,
To whom she added,’my love is mine.’

“That is my daughter’s name,
And my name shall live and to live,
The last name, my love shall live and to live.
The sweet face of my love is to be mine,
And I am to be your lover.’

“So she will see me all in her sight,
And with this she shall know my name,
And she shall be my acquaintance,
She will know all of my faults,
And will tell the truth which she knows not.
“So far as she is gone,
Her eye sees no thing but my heart,
And what she looks looks at, she sees nothing but her heart.
And then her eye looks back, and looks again.

“Now therefore,” quoth she, “if ever thou art the boy,
Make me to bear me this sweet, this sweet bed,
That in thee be the place of my rest,
And not in thee be thy husband.


‘So,’ quoth she, ‘now I must lie there,
And sleep on the pillow which thou wilt kiss,
And this pillow shall not touch my eyes,
Because my sweet bed doth not kiss me.
So this sad hour begins to fill me with sleep,
And in this dank hole my heart is lodged,
And the breath that from that place
Is sweet and deep,
It cannot but taste of thy sweet breath:
But my heart is still with a new feeling,
That which cannot leave thee:
If I do see thee, behold this place that thou didst take,
And now, in this place where thou were born,
I have found thee, and so must stay for ever.


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This is my husband, and for this cause I do strive.
Then it is he that my heart shall love.
Then it is my blood, so that I may not die.
Then it is his breath, that I may not be harmed.

Then it is his voice, so that he may not hear the woes of his heart.
Then it is his smell, so that he may not smell the smell.
Then it is his appetite, so that he may not eat nor sleep.
Then it is his tongue, so that he may not devour;
But on every occasion he doth call him his slave.
Then it is his strength, so that he may not fight,
If his foes should catch him;
For once they did catch him, they did not give him rest;
If he should lose it, he should die.
This is my name,
And mine honour, which is the name of a man.

“My dear servant, dear friend, and good servant,
I pray thee, O queen, that thou mayst appear,
For she dost not look upon me with her eye.
This is her name, and mine, and mine, and my good friend’s,
And my name is mine and mine, as well as mine own,
And mine and mine will have their way, and I to remain;
And therefore, O queen, for this reason shouldst thou be so fair,
That thou shouldst appear unto me,
And for that reason shouldst thou be so kind,
As for that reason shouldst thou be so fair,
Even as I was so lovely, so sweet, so gracious,
As thou dost prove, so didst my name stand,
For this reason didst thy name stand, and this thy name stood,
And for this reason thy beauty shall stand.

For since thy name hath begun in thy name,
Since thou shalt be no better than thou,
Since thou dost be, then thy name will not cease;
The name should stand, not the name should die.
But in me that is as dead, and as in thee,
My body shall stand, where none shall be born,
And all my heart shall be warmed and sweet,
And that from thence shall die,
And not from thence shall my soul ever live;
And wherein my heart shall never be,
I shall be with thee, but I shall die,
If not thou art there, why shouldst thou live.

“O queen, how often am I tempted,
To make thee such a queen,
As with this deed hath not a man taken.

Then if thou art such a queen,
Then why shouldst thou live,
For when thy love’s name shall stand,
Why shouldst thou be so kind, so kind as thou art,
Where I am born and my life shall be,
And what shall my father be of thee?
Thy love must then remain; that it may no longer be,
And no more should be made me,
My love and my father’s will to be,
The two are now dead, and I have no other.


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‘O,
Love is good;
Who are they to love?
Love’s beauty can be seen.
She is a dear friend, not a bad,
Or can be the least affected;
She is her best; but is too hard;
To have much worth in her own body.
O, my love, let no one see me
For fear of being in love with me,
And therefore leave my face alone:
O, let no one tell me your reason,
For mine love is no excuse.

“Who is she, or who is she?
Who do you love?
She is dead, and I have seen her,
To my face it is, whereupon I will not say.
‘Tis not so, madame, for me to ask
Her name:
Her name is no more,
For my heart is dead, but my sight,
Is living and dead;
Nor should I say she is dead,
Unless there be some other name,
That I may use in my own,
But never should be so dear,
And for love to say ‘She is dead,
Though my heart shall live and die.’

‘Love may be called no other name,
But what is not love,
How much it might make me think,
What is not love, what is not love,
What is not love, what is not love
And then I will be love’s child,
When it dies, but never I’ll be,
Which I think is my own worth.’

‘But love, thou wilt not say,
Why didst I not love thee,
Even as thou art dead?
Who werest thou to love me,
O wretched wretched thing, how much hast thou to make me love thee
Or to be loved by me,
And wherefore didst thou die,
That thou wast not to love me,
I would be to thee dead,
When I thought she died;
Or that I did love her but in a way,
Thy soul did kill the dead,
But then was she to love thee,
But in a sense I cannot do,
For I hate thy shame, and not so much as it
Thy sorrow can in some sense survive,
My shame can in some sense survive,
The shame alone can remain, but I do not hate thee.’

“O, madame, how long hadst thou lived,
When the wind began to blow?
That he did in haste make haste,
And when he had made haste I did not know
And that he had not yet said so;
That he did make haste, but did not make haste;
So when he did make haste I did not know
The meaning of my words, but I knew no other:
But he did make haste, but did not make haste;
The wind, in haste to be gone,
And in haste to go, is never so far:
Therefore, in haste I did not know
That he did not say so,
I do not think that he did say so,
That he did not say so,
That he did not say so,
Yet I did think he did not say so,
I know no reason why he did not say so;
No other reason but his own will,
My mind being my self’s mind,
Will not think of what is in my mind,
Yet cannot think of what I should say,
Yet cannot know how to say what is said.
“O, madame, my dear lord,
Thy heart is so dead, that nothing can revive it
So that you can not say,
Why didst thou cease then to say,
Why didst thou cease then to say,
Why didst thou cease then to be angry?
Why didst thou cease then to be kind,
When thou didst speak so,
When thou didst have such things to say,
O, mad Collatine, that thou shouldst say,
Why didst thou cease then to say?
Why didst thou cease then to say,
Why did Collatine show thy love,
How couldst thou be so cruel
As to show my love,
The Collatine, when thou shouldst kiss her?
Why didst thou not say,
When thou shouldst kiss me,
When didst thou sing so to show my love,
The Coll Tarquin did not do,
Which then I could never hear
Since thou didst sing in my place;
The Tarquin did not tell me where she was,
But he did not tell me where she was:
But why didst thou not tell me where she was?
So I thought I had to do,
And then began to do again;


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‘s fair-goer,
That he hath heard of thy foul,
To show thee, and to tell thee,
Of his sinless life.
The day after which thou wast set
To take the place of a child,
So by night came unto her with a kiss,
The fair-goer with such eyes,
That she fell on her knee, as if to say,
“Let no false thief be set free,”
And in her arms lay the prisoner,
And as he stood she began to cry,
“Beg pardon me, my poor boy, that thou shalt not come,
For ever shall be mine eyes, that thy lips should not see,
For ever shall be thy friend and me for ever.

Now, as thou wilt with me so lov’d in thy heart,
As with thy wife’s face and breast, so with mine tongue,
Will I swear that this false thief,
Thy name, mine love, thy truth, and thy life
To me I will call thee, ‘Father, I beg you to forgive me,
Because thou art my true love;
For, if thou art so good to me, I love thee still,
For I love thee in thee so dearly.”
Now, as I said,
As thou art my love, yet I cannot hold thee
With my tongue; nor can I kiss thee when thou wilt see me,
To make thee weep in my breast, and in thy face:
Then I will speak unto thee,
And I will say, “O thou wilt forgive me,
But if thou art so good to me,
Thy tongue is my false love;
But thou wilt not forgive my sins,
Even so with my body.”


Then, as he sat down, his eyes began to gush from his face,
As if his lips might hear thee speak;
Yet he saw him, as if a dove,
As if some bird were speaking,
As if some dove were listening;
So he took his handkerchief, and began
To look at her, and said,
“What art thou?
My blood doth stain the heavens,
For so long as thou livest in me,
My breath remains in the blood.”
Then he took his handker
And went, and sat down,
Whereupon he gave an alms oath to Lucrece,
And promised the receipt of Lucrece’s blood:
And Lucre by this oath gave him,
And by this oath was sworn,
And by the oath I swear will be my sworn word.

Then Lucre his heart was trembling,
And Lucre his handkerchief stood
So close on Lucre that his arms were gone;
Then Luc foot was seized,
His right foot was gone, and he fell down,
The foot being gone, Lucre’s right foot did make a shake:
He fell, and, beholding his hand,
A golden lion came up, and a thousand boars flew,
All of them all in all the air.

Then she ran from him, and he fell again,
And he fell again and again with him;
Then she fell on her knees, and she began to cry,
Then she began to cry,
And the wind brought her weeping wind,
And the wind brought her weeping wind,
And all of them all with their heavy blows.


“Hear my story,” she said,
“For if I could hear thee now
Thou art not the slave of Sin,
Thou wilt be free,
That where thou are not, not where thou are not,
The world is my slave, and my slave is no master.
Thy self I am, and no one can stop me.”

Then she wailed, “For this reason must we be reconciled,
As though one day we did not have a part,
Which, though we should live together,
Should, but as if we did not have a part.

Thus saith the Philistines, “I am one flesh,
Not a thousand, and not one blood.
My blood, not mine, and not mine,
Have my mind, mine thoughts, mine fears;
The earth’s substance hath not been mine,
But my blood is mine to make for my own;
That which is mine, though it bear not mine name,
My life is mine.
If the heaven of my heart be mine,
My soul’s stain shall live on my face,
My guilt, my guilt, my guilt shall grow,
I will be revenged, not for my crime,
But for thy guilt, for my guilt.”

So she went, and there were many many fair-goers,
The fair


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Side of the night,
In the morning twilight doth fall
In his eye-soul’s face;
‘What hath she in the morning come to say?
But no word of this she hath
In her bed, and yet she hears
Her beauty; her heart cannot think
The sound, the feeling, the sound of his voice.
‘But if she had the good eye of a child
Which sees him with her eyes,
Would not her self say, “What hath she in the morning gone?”

‘For my part, he knows not what it hath been,
Nor can he say, “What hath she in her night gone?”

‘No, no, no; he knows not what she,
Nor can she be questioned, nor say, “What hath she in her night gone?”

‘No, no; he knows not what she,
Nor can she be questioned, nor say, “What hath she in her night gone?”

‘But what hath she in her night gone to have done;
What hath she in his bed she hath not seen:
What hath she in his night she hath not seen,
Nor, nor may she be questioned, nor tell him,
Whose guilt she hath not seen,
Who hath not she in his bed her witness to his guilt?

“What have I in my bed?”
“What hath she in my bed.”


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‘But there was not in him a fairer eye; but he that knew his own face was not blinded by that false aspect
Of all his faces: but I, the fair maid, would swear to her beauty by her fair lips
Who as a token of my dear love hath borne the prize
Of my love so dear,
I myself might never so prove to her as to swear by her.

What is wrong in this?
My tears do not give rise to tears,
So often do I so seem to have lost my hope,
My shame being so great, when I could no longer think
That I should not live a day in which I should look for happiness
But would rather live my poor state
And sweetest face would betray the shame
Of such a shame, and such a wretched place
To be seen in that place.’


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‘So they say, ‘My grace, my grace, my grace, my grace, my grace, my grace, my grace, my grace, my grace, my grace, my grace’

‘The sweet verse of the sweet poet

Which says ‘Give him my grace to lend me thy gift,’
And why, though’sweet,’ yet’sweet’
How can thou praise me, but’sweet’
If I give thee’sweet.’

‘The sun hath not come down;
Nor hath his shadow begun to shadow us;
Nor hath his shadow begun to shadow us;
The sun, that I had sworn to him,
Had begun to shadow him, and to wink, and to wink;
The sun hath not begun to appear,
Nor hath his shadow begun to appear,
Nor hath his shadow begun Collatine

‘Look, look, look, look, look, look,
Look, look, look, look, look,
Look, look, look, look, look,
Look, look, look, look, look,
Look, look, look Collatine!
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===== CHECKPOINT 044 EX # 003 K 50 P 0.9 =====

We are the ones to raise the dead,
So we are the one who are to bear the cross.

But do you not wonder that this book,
Who hath no author, yet is the one to bear it?
Who shall not bear the cross?
Who shall not bear that which we have?
Who shall not bear that which is to be done,
In whom we have no authors?
Who shall not bear the cross that we have?
Who shall not bear the blood that we have?
But thou art a father, and thou shalt not bear our grief
When thou wilt not forgive us our grief,
We’ll bear it, and we’ll bear it;
For thy sake have we no grief.


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The earth with her parts is but one.
She that doth hold still holds not what she can hold.
“O why did the fire make thee cry?”
“My lips are dry and hard,
And now you are gone, that sweet air you breathe.
My tongue is rough and cold, but that you do not see.
So that the eyes are blind and do not see
The face to the ear; that ear is crooked and wide in thought;
Yet still thy eye do find thy friend,
The eye which thou canst see with thy eye but cannot see.

For thou art not blind, but thy mind knows not where thou are,
Who can tell where thou dost hide thy sight?
If thou wilt tell me thou dost hide your sight,
If thou wilt tell me thou dost hide thy mind,
Thy tongue must find me, my tongue that dost think thee hide.
For what good is it to touch thy neighbour?
Why do I know this? because thou art my own:
Where am I, my tongue which thy neighbour speaks of,
For thou dost speak of mine tongue?
Thy will to me that thou art my friend is so,
That I may speak unto thee my friend in this night.


Now this thou art my friend, then this thou art my friend,
Who art not mine?
Who shall say that I am thy friend,
That I am thy friend,
And that thou art my friend,
If thou wilt tell my friend so,
I will tell thee so in this night,
And then shalt thou die.


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The door opens and he opens it, and
The lock slides away, as the door slides away from him,
In his dark cloak it runs and stops.

Then she stands there in silence,
The dark face of her lover’s bed,
Her lips still wet with hot tears;
They are trembling, her lips still moist with tears;
They are pleading for him,
For love’s sake, for love’s sake;
For love’s sake, for love’s sake,
For love’s sake, for love’s sake,
For love’s sake, for love kiss doth be,
For love’s sake, for love’s rest
Will be, for love’s sake, for love’s sake,
For love’s sake, for love’s sake,
For love’s sake, for love’s sake,
For love’s sake, for love’s sake,
For love’s sake, for love’s sake,
For love’s sake, for love rest will be
In him, in her, in her,
Like unto him is this night,
Whose sorrows are his sorrows,
The sad days of sorrow,
Till they seem dead, but their lives do remain
For his sake, for love’s sake,
For his sake, for love’s sake,
For love’s sake, for love’s sake
For love’s sake, for love’s sake,
For love’s sake, for love’s sake,
For love’s sake, for love’s rest
Will be the night, the day, the day,
And the day, the day, the day,
The days, and the night, for love’s sake,

The days, and the day, and the night
For love’s sake, for love’s sake,
For love’s sake, for love’s sake,
For love’s sake, for love’s sake,
For love’s sake, for love’s sake,
For love’s sake, for love rest will be,
For love’s sake rest will be,

For love’s sake, for love’s sake,
For love’s sake, for love’s sake,
For love’s sake, for love’s sake,
For love’s sake, for love’s sake,
For love’s sake, for love’s sake,
For love’s sake, rest will be,
For love’s and still it be
The heavy, the heavy,
For love’s dead night shall go
Within the world, the night,
In thy womb, thy womb, thy night;
In thy tomb thy soul shall dwell
When thy time comes, thou art the world’s day
In this world, in this world,
In this world thy place shall be,
In this world the day shall stand,
In this world the day shall be, in this world,
In this world the day shall be, in this world
The world shall be, in this world,
In this world there shall be, in this world
The world shall be, in beauty shalt thou be,
The world will be, in this world,
In this earth shall be, in this world,
In this world the day shall be,
In this world the night shall be, in this world
The world will be, in this world,
The day shall be, in this world,
The world shall be, in this world
The day shall be, in beauty shalt thou be,
The day shall be, in this world,
In this world, in this world
In this world, in this world
The world shall be, in this world,
The day shall be, in this world,
In this it, in the it,
In this day, in the time of the day
‘O my true love!
Give me love,
I will not forsake thee,
For thou is my love,
And thy name is my strength,
The world will not hold me,
But thou, my true love,
When I will not love thee,
I will not fors time,
Nor dost thou hate the time,
Or have I been made?
What hast thou done to my self,
That is, to be gone?
What hast thou done to my self,
The world will not hold me,
Nor dost thou hate the time,
Nor dost thou say,
“When I will not love thee,
This is the end of thee.”


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‘In me thou,O my son’st,My lord, have I seen thy true love;
To which I answer thou, and say to thee, ‘O, thou art mine, O my lord,’
And since, so long hath she been gone,
Her eye hath seen his beauty, her ear her taste;
Whereon, her brow is in a rage, her tongue the foul,
Her eye in a rage, her ear a foul;
Which so often, since their times have gone,
Her cheeks are full, their wrinkles, their curls are full;
And so they make their faces resemble her face,
And so they resemble me, and they seem so,
That to me am I still.


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That man that loves himself may be dead,
The soul that hath the strength of grief is lost,
And that soul that in love with death hath,
Lust is no object but shame:
His will to live must be no object but pity:
His will to live, whether it be love or death,
He must live by my example and my judgement,
And the time is at hand to give me a good time;
And so shall my time be, and my life be.

‘Twas she with her golden locks drew,
The rose to her lips sang
Hymns for her sweet-sweet sweet-sweet life;
The sad rose with the rose is not to be seen
The rose in her blood will never seem dead;
The death in her will be death to her,

The death will be death to her that is dead,
Which will not die, but her that is alive.


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‘Even as many as we may look on, yet the day our hope is short.
Thy shadow will not hide this night;
So that all your light shall shine on her.
So as we gaze on the night,
Our thoughts remain in our dreams;
To what place is the dark night?
We all have the same hope, and love the same day;
But now in vain do I look for your shadow;
Where I never saw your shadow;
Then in vain do I look for your night’s night’s love.
O! if in vain did I look in vain,
When I saw your shadow in the night?
You have not yet given me my chance,
And have I not seen your shadow now,
Yet I still have thy shadow, and you shall be mine!
Then shall I give thee the way!


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, so as to see the heaven, and the earth; and yet behold, and see the naked heaven, and there are no signs, but a faint one; and then the world was created: therefore, the world itself was created, and there are no signs but a faint one, but in him is born the eternal life.

The Tarquin’s tears had been shaken from him: but when they were gone out, he began to weep, and he began to say:

“O Tarquin, if not so, and I myself die,”

And to cry aloud aloud,
“O Tarquin, if not so, you have made this book,
So let’s see if you can take it from me!
I have done you wrong in my heart,
But your father’s love, my love is thy father’s love,
And by your sweet lips I’ll be thy slave,
And in thee shalt thou rule
And in thee shall rule, and in thee shall live.”

Then she smiled and said,
“My love hath taught thee how to live
And how to make me live;
And how to teach thee where thou shall live;
And thou art mine, my love, my love, and mine;
For thou art mine, my love, and I will make thee
Mine, and my love, mine, and mine, and mine.”

And he said,
“O Tarquin, why can’t I say that
But I know thy voice?”

“Thy sweet words, and thy sweetness,
Thy heart, thy lips and thy tongue,
Whose sweetest breath will I swear to thee?”
He replied,
“If thou cannot take thy vow,
Then if thy breath cannot smell,
If thy face be afraid, you must not kill me.”

Then he said,
“Then why, O Tarquin, how would I be if
To your love thou didst know?
Thy tongue did not smell the smell of my love,
And therefore thou wouldst be dead if thou hadst know,
If you would never have thought it strange,
To speak of what had just done.
What would I say if thou didst not know
The way to my love, my love, or mine?”

He said,
“Then thou shouldst kill me!”
He said,
“If thou didst not know,” said the Tarquin,
“That I had not yet seen thee kill,
Even that it might not have been thy love.
Even that thou didst find me dead
Thou didst prove what thou didst prove.”

And so the Tarquin left him alone, and began to weep;
And as he did, he broke up the tear-ring in his heart;
And on that day, being sad, he took the rose and threw it up.
The Tarquin then began to sing,
In what song he did, thereupon he laid his face on the ground,
And with a cry, exclaiming:
“My love hath taught thee to die,
The Tarquin now goes to the earth, and he hath set the fire
To burn in his heart the ground that it contains.”


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-day!

If you will do all good to my mother,
And for my sake let her be with you:
As she looks on, and sees it so cold:
Her face, in spite of his wits,
Will not be bent, nor will she complain;
And you must obey her, and hold her hand,
And then do thou teach them,
Thy sweet kiss doth bear the mark,
Thy holy blood bear my name:
I will not make thee proud of me,
For thou art my dear friend and my slave,
For if thy love shall be done with me,
And that I may not love thee so,
If thou art my friend and my slave,
If thou art thy friend, and that I may not love thee so,
Thy true love that bears my name shall be,
And that which bears my name is not my own,
For thou art my friend and the slave of this one.
O, why didst thou deceive us all;
Thou art my dear friend, and thou art my slave,
In whose presence we must be gaz’d and dally’d:
If I should have any cause to gaz’d thee,
Then will I wail and wail, and wail and wail;
Thy holy friend, as long as he did be so,
Shall come to my lips, and sing of her;
For thou art my beloved, and thou art thy slave,
And therefore shall I live, and thou shalt live,
And in thy presence shall I be born again,
And in thy presence shall be born again,
And to thyself shall be born again,
And to the rest of this world shall it be,
And never shall not thy will be done;
That all that is right, but what is wrong,
Is thy own self-love, or self-love’s will;
For thou art my friend, and I am yours,
And that is my fault, and thou art my slave,
And that which is thy self-love, but not my self-love’s will.

‘Poor love,’ quoth he, ‘I have sinned against thee,
My heart hath been polluted,
But thou art thy self-love’s fault;
And yet still, as thou wast the sin of my lips,
But now it is mine, and I shall live;
Even now, as thou wast the sin of my lips,
Yet I will still not be my true love:
And though thou art my love, so art thou my slave:
And yet I myself am thy slave;
Therefore let me live, and thou shalt live,
And I shall live, and I will live,
And I shall live, and thou shalt live,
And I shall live, and thou shalt live,
So do not blame me for that which I have done;
If that which I do, then I give this to thee,
And to thee will I live, and thou shalt live.

‘If thou art my friend, then will I lend thee such,
That thou mayst see, if thou art willing,
And so shalt I be in possession.

‘O, let no one accuse me, for my sake,
For my love didst not destroy thee,
For my love did not stain thee,
For my love didst not stain thee,
For my love didst not stain thee,
For my love did survive thee,
For that love which didst stain thee,
Even as thou shalt have my love live.
The time comes, and the time is come;
The time is past, and the time is past,
When thou art the time that I should say,
So I should say to you,
The Time is past, and I am done,
So I should say to you,
The Time is past, and I am done,
And so do you, and so do I.


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She doth live,
She with pleasure, with love;
Though some have gone down with thee,
In others live, and they are gone.
She doth live, though she doth not live,
She in whose arms her heart lies,
She is dead, and her heart is gone;
In whom she doth die, she is buried.
The night is red, the morning is warm,
Her beauty is deep, and her complexion is green.

‘Thou art with me, and I am dead with thee.’

‘I am dead, thou art with me,
And I am dead with thee.’

‘But how do I get rid of thee?
Thou art with me, and I am dead with thee,
And I am dead with thee;
Thy name is thy wife, and my true love.’
She says, ‘For my love, thy love.’
Her eyes glow with such an unshaking delight
That they do her wanton smile.

When they behold what a present was for her,
That she must be buried with sorrow,
And if she were not, none of her sad face
Would be so sweet and fair as that of a sweet boy,
Who would in all things be so kind and kind,
Even as a sweet lamb, or a sweet-chickens boy,
And would ever entertain her, for it did not contain,
The sweetest part of his body, nor his mind,
Which for the sweetest part he is doth enclose.

‘The tears that fell upon his brow
Were the tears of heaven and on earth
That on his head had stillness
And light, and colour, and form.

‘Why then have I not heard thy voice?’

“The tears I did weep,
That was thy fault for them,
That was thy fault, for mine;
Thy faults shall no more reign.
‘Thou art the cause of that,
For thy negligence hath wrought the loss,
And thou shalt all-fac’d me a present.”

“So mad was she,” quoth she, “that in her bed she set a knife,
And in his breast the blood of his face;
As he hath done this, so, so she,
The child that is born, so it will be.

“Look, my sweet boy, thou are in my heart,
And I shall not look on thy suffering,
As if he were dead, and dead,
But I shall look on thy suffering as if thou were dead;
But thou hast so much sorrow and no sorrow to blame,
That, if the child was alive, thou must go.’
‘She takes the knife from him,
And then he doth tear her neck from his cheek,
And then she takes the knife from her neck again.
The next day he sits by her side,
And he lies on his side, his breast hanging open.
Then his chin is bent, and his brow sits down,
And when she hears him say, “This is my dear son;
Thou art mine, and I am thee,
My love, my love, my love, my love,
My love, my love, my love, my love, my love, my love, my love, my love,
This shall seem to thee, so dear will I be,
And thou shalt know what shall I make of thee.

‘In short, she concludes what she had begun,
And begins what she did not say,
And concludes her story, and concludes that she is gone;
And the wind comes from the sea,
And his breath is heard from all the heaven,
And the dove goes about his dove’s nest,
The dove with his head against the ground,
And the dove with his head against the ground,
The dove that doth leap and dally:
The dove that doth fly,
The dove that doth fly,
The dove that d he doth fly,
The dove that doth fly,
The dove that d he doth fly:
The dove that d he d he doth fly,
The dove that d he d he d he doth fly;
Then the dove that doth fly,
The dove that he d he he d he doth fly;
Then the dove that he d he doth fly,
The dove he d he doth fly,
The dove that he doth fly,
The dove that d he doth fly,
The dove that doth fly,
The dove that he d he doth fly;
The dove that doth fly,
The dove that


===== CHECKPOINT 046 EX # 002 K 50 P 0.9 =====

The world is not a kingdom, but a prison:
It is but a prison unto men.
It is my fault that this disgraceful stain
Hath afflicted my body and body from your eyes,
Than mine own shame is my own shame:
My shame for my self is mine own shame,
The world being the sole object of mine eye
To view, and that which belongs to my own eye
Will live not for your eyes, but for my own eyes.’

“No sooner did you see the black-necked boy,
Then, as if he were your friend,
He broke free from the earth, and went:
And yet, behold, whereon he writ’ring fell,
His flesh was white, but not white,
Or he could not bear the heat of his rage;
For that is where it lies.

‘Thou art the author of all this hate,
But when this tyrant shows thine eye,
For what he fears in thy face,
I do not know thy face, nor thy thoughts,
But thou art my slave: but as thy slave is,
If not thou wilt be thy slave, then it would not be lawful,
To steal in my name, and make me my slave.
Thus did I steal, yet thou wilt find me not.

“My slave is so young, he hath such strength,
That he is bound in thine eye;
Yet thou cannot take him prisoner,
Or else I will take him to myself,
Or else thou willst make him the thief.

“Thou art the author of this love,
The sole object of thy pity,
That I do not think I owe thee,
And so I do not owe thee
For thou didst make my love for me,
For thou didst make me thy slave,
Because thou didst take my hand,
Thine will for me, and I for thee,
Thou art my slave: but in thy place I am
Thy will is strong, thou art my self;
I am thy debtor, and I owe thee what thou hast lent me;
I am not my debt, and do owe thee what thou hast lent me.
‘Tis my right, I swear, to give thee
My will, thy love: but I am not thy debt,
For thou didst force me from thee,
That in the desire of mine heart
O’er my blood shall I give thee:
Thy will is in my blood, and my will in mine will.

‘”But thou art the author of all this hate,
And now thou dost not have it,
Who was thy slave then, but I,
Thou art my slave now, my slave now!”


===== CHECKPOINT 046 EX # 003 K 50 P 0.9 =====

And he put on his mantle,And ran on by the wind:And through the cold and the night he rose, and he did ride
To see her from the hill; and he gave her his coat,
And kissed her on the cheek; and she gave him a kiss on the cheek.

‘So Lucrece, for my sake, have you not done me wrong?
For I cannot bear that I have done you wrong,
And now I am angry with you:
Since you cannot bear me wrong, nor will you be pleased,
Even if I could be wrong, with you:
My heart breaks down at this dreadful sight,
I have lost so much pain;
And now I know not how you intend me to kill
Your love, for your sake, and for the sake of this,
For I shall not bear it to thee,
Or for your sake if I do, it shall be yours,
For I shall not kill your love, and I shall die.

‘O, dear Lucrece, for this, that I do not think
Of your love, nor of your love,
I do not think so much of you;
For when you weep and cry and weep,
I shall not weep nor weep nor weep,
For I know not what is most wrong;
And I know not what to say is most right.

‘Now as I lie dead, and you wake me up,
Your tears betray the one whose pain I feel.

‘O, dear Luc dear Lucrece, what a poor thing
That can betray me, nor my shame;
When love and sorrow are so common,
Let no man think of this, nor his shame,
And so I will not think it so:
For I have a true love, and no one else is so,
Who should think my shame so bad.

‘O, dear Lucre my beloved,
Thy sweet love will come, so shall thy love.


===== CHECKPOINT 046 EX # 004 K 50 P 0.9 =====

‘Why did she say so?
No, she did not say so, for I was guilty,
And not for pleasure did I say so.’
‘The man who lies with thee hath thy hand,’ quoth she.
‘And with thy lips,’ quoth he, ‘there shall be no taste.’
Poor poor fool, how did he say such a thing?
Why have he thought it so?
O poor poor fool, if thy lips would hold him up,
Thou art not thyself a fool; let not thy lips bear me down,
That in thy self I should swear I am not thee.
When he sees what is said of me he shakes his head;
Then why have his lips been confounded?
Poor fool, how many thoughts I hold with thee,
And what do I tell thee?
Who would take so much delight in me as you,
What do you think I am to thee,
And to thee would I take so much delight?
But thou, fool, why didst thou say so?
O love’st I so fair, that thou thinkest of me am not?
The thought I take away so much from thee,
That what I did not take away from thee,
Is now, I do desire thee more,
Than thou, fool! why didst thou say so?
I say, if thou dost love thyself more,
Or if thou didst love thyself more,
Then shalt thou hate my dear love, so I love thee more,
Than I hate myself, thou false love,
That I love thee, but this I do not love thee.


Thy thoughts do not comprehend the thing I do,
That is, to say I do not hate myself,
Yet thou wilt say it in my name.
O love’st I so fair that thou dost know what I do,
Then thou shalt kiss my sweet breast, and I’ll kiss it,
And not this will ever be done.

If then he did say so,
That he would not have me lie with him,
And be present to say no more,
O, if you do, then thou art not in love with me.
If so then I would not be in love with thee.
What an act! but what a way to cross the ocean,
Or cross a desert which thou hast not yett;
What a deed! to say, thou hast no heart or reason.

O love’st thou so kind and gentle,
That thou lov’st me, thou lov’st my heart;
Whilst I have thy advantage, which is of thy best;
To give thee the advantage, my heart would take the sting.

‘Tis not beauty but of thy kind,’ quoth she,
That makes me feel the least love;
If thy self be pure, why not thou do it?
If it be a false love, then I love thee more;
But do thy thoughts prove true by thy deeds;
Thou art not that self, thou wilt be false,
Nor then am I not the self, for thou art not my self.


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and my heart beat heart’s own heart’s own:
Wherefore I plead the cause of thy death, and the grace of thy grace
Shall I say it?
O my lord! why dost thou excuse the loss of thy life?
That all these things were lawful,
Which in thy name have been reproach’d,
To render that the greater disgrace and scandal!

Yet that you do believe in the truth,
Since thou art not the author of my sin,
Since thy father is dead, my son is my friend,
Since all my faults belong to thee:
O, what then is the excuse?
Since I should tell you so, I am dead!
O, my self-love, which lives by thy example,
Is in this false shame; this false love is,
Whereof thou art so fair a fool.
Whence hast she fled and I left thee?
O what are they like? my life is done here,
And that thou havest not, this will never be,
My soul is to be lost.


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A’bout my husband’s love,
That my lips would have been blown up by his scorn,
When my cheeks would have been burned out by his passion.

‘O, my dear brother,’ quoth he, ‘you are my friend;
But I cannot tell you how far I can ride,
To get the light you give me from the shade.’
But she was gone, and presently we stood,
And then she went to sleep,
And then we all did go
As far as we would in a dream,
To meet the world’s cruelest creature,
Which is all her fair face, and yet hides it
From thee so much, that it might make thee cry:
Her voice, like a sad and trembling dove,
Whose wings, like wings of sorrow,
Hasten the world to see her fall,
And make her seem like a beggar, or like a debtor.

O, how could I find thee a man that is so weak
That you do not find it so true
That you do not see my face?

And therefore I love thee so deeply that I am so strong
That all thy lips, all thy lips,
And all thy lips that are mine, do say,
“You are my friend; you are my friend.”

‘”And when shall we all go?” quoth he,
“When are you tired of this book?
O yes; but never again;
Since then I will write to your thoughts,
And write to your thoughts all I can;
Why, then, did not he tell me
That I was your friend?
If he did tell you, he would tell his tongue.
‘If he did not tell you, why should he tell my heart,
When your eye looks on me in the midst,
And your eye hears me in the midst,
Who in your heart is a child?
If he told you, he would tell his tongue;
If he did not tell you, why did he tell his eye,
If he did not tell your mind, why did he tell your ear,
Which in your heart are two thousandfold,
And all your thoughts in one;
You will never see the things that I have,
For they are all my thoughts.

‘Tis not enough to write to me how long you stay,
Though I know thou dost remain my friend,
Yet I cannot write how long you stay,
Though I know how long you stay,
Nor could I make thee more sweet,
For thou shouldst have it all.
If I tell thee so, I know all,
And you know nothing I cannot tell,
For I tell nothing to thee, nor will you say,
And I alone can tell thee.
‘If thou wilt say that I am my friend,
If thou wilt tell me that thou dost be mine,
Or that you dost love me so much,
That I should be thy friend,
And you should be my friend.
‘If thou wilt say that I am my friend,
If thou w that I am thy friend,
Then if thou dost love me so much,
Which I love to hear thee tell,
Then if thou dost love me so much,
That I may know you.”

But thou didst not stay in bed.

Now at night, being gone, she did so,
That she lay on her pillow, with a loud voice
And cry out: “Ah, poor fool!”

“Oh, poor fool! she is dead!
Poor fool! she is dead!
O, poor fool! she is dead!”
But no longer she was in bed,
She lay still, and her voice was faint:
She cries out “Oh, poor fool!”
She cries out, and then she turns her head to the ground,
As though from some unseen force
To kiss her heart, the air did blow forth
The sound of a moan of sorrow,
Like thunder as a thousand tongues can be blown.


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The night of night, and the morning of night, and the morning of night;
O day, how day, how night, how night!
Where do you think I am,
Which life, that I have made a shadow,
From thee and me, and my youth, that I may
Save your life, and not yours,
Where it is from thee and me, and your life!
And yet, my poor devil, thou hast taken away,
From me my love, and not my time;
And now my love will live on you,
And not on mine,
In my blood, so that it can never live.

Thus hath he brought thee to life;
And so shalt thou be saved, if thou help me,
By my deed and by mine,
By all my will and my will and my will.


He that is born can bear, and bear to kill.

‘Let there be no such thing as the sun,
And not the moon that is so green;
For there is no such thing as the sun,
And not the moon, nor the deep ocean nor the ocean.

But let there be the sun, and the moon that is so green,
For all the world is green, and there is no other.



To all his deeds he shows his name
And says, “O thou that dost love the sun
Nor the ocean, nor the ocean, nor the deep ocean,
But that I may give thee a living eye,
To see thee in the midst of the world,
And to make thee a son of me,
To make thee a friend of mine, and friend to me,
To make thee a slave, and slave of me,
And slave to me, and slave to me, and slave to me,
And slave to me, and slave to me, and slave to me.

But my love is the more worthless, and the more worthless the day.
O thy worth is the more worthless, and the more worthless the hour.

Now for thee, this thy love, this thy life,
The greater love, this thy life, this thy will,
Your self, your self, your self, your self, thy self, your self,
What art thy self to make, thy self to make, thy self to make!
What thyself to make, your self to make, thy self do’st,
Whose self to make, thy self to make.


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‘Guise is all our treasure: but it is not ours: for all things that we have, do not belong to us.
‘Then therefore, thou art this one, that gives to our heart the sweetness of our love: and yet she alone hast left her love; and now, in her desire, we must have her, too, from thee.
‘So thou wilt give us the sweet love we want: we will not be content with thee alone, for the greater part, of thee, are lost,
so that thou mightst be buried with us, when we have him.
When he that calls to mind the sweet sound that greets him with his breath,
Will not tell me, ‘Who is it?’ he says, ‘that we shall find thy name in our hearts,
And that thy name may be ours, which our deeds have made.’

As for the rest, thou art truly this man, and therefore thou must find
Those things which we love not, we will not make use of,
We will take our own.
To-day thou dost invent new forms,
And yet those are not your own; but thou hast found those which were your,
And thus shalt thou live again.


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We are not thieves; we are not thieves.
We are not thieves, nor can they say, ‘You are not thieves.’
We are not thieves, nor can they say, ‘We are not thieves.’
We are not thieves, nor can things, ‘We are not thieves.’

We are not thieves, nor can those in our sight say, ‘You are not thieves.’

We are not thieves, nor can the things we see, ‘You are not thieves.’
But we have the privilege of thinking that if we look on that, you will say, “You are not thieves.”
So then, if you would make an oath, then you would swear with that, and the one true thing you say will make you a fool.”
And there are so many kinds of oaths; and one that says, “It is lawful for me to swear, and I cannot say so.”
But all men do this to themselves, and there is no one else who can do it.
O, how could we say, “We are not thieves?”

Look what the world can do to us.
Why did thieves steal our silver, our ivory, our pearls, our silver necklaces, and other precious things from our mother’s side?
Because they stole all their own dear things and have lent them up to our mother’s lust and murder;
and because they have violated our rights by giving them up, they have violated our precious rights.

If thou dost not swear, then how dost I say, “You are not thieves?”
“That is enough, for I love your heart,” she tells him, “but why do I so love yours?”

“If I love you, then I will not love you.”
“If I love you,” he replies, “you shall not be so strong as a lamb.”
So he makes him the stronger, and she his stronger.
Then, as if in a trance, she takes him by the hand and throws him back in his grave.

But what a sad thing he is!
My dear, what a pity it was not so!
And now she begs him, “Come back to me, and I will swear that you are not thieves.”
So she leaves him, and then she goes to sleep, and all these hours she is dead,
And what a pity it was not so!

‘Thou art not a thief,’ quoth she, ‘nor am I.
For thou didst steal our silver and stole our pear
And we did not steal it; and now thou art a thief,
Whose body is not thy own, but for some use which thou didst steal.
‘O, why didst thou use the blood of that which I didst take?’
‘You have no love,’ quoth she,’my heart did not bear thee with this.
‘This, then, is thine, and this is thy bond,’ quoth he;
‘Thy heart is thy self.’
‘That thou wilt not bear thy self is as a fool,
And my mind will deceive you, and your heart and mine will deceive thee,
And thou didst kill my self, and the world was your own,
And the world my self did kill, and the world mine self,
To kill me I will kill you.

For my self-same fault will make thee so, and mine will make thee so.
Therefore, as thou wast false to me,
Thy self that I gave thee, and mine, and my body’s worth,
Will give me nothing, and you shall give them all.’


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, she came and sat, and there she sat with him; and he answered her that she was wise, and she was a virgin, and said,
‘Behold, I am thy child, as thou shalt see when I am in thy womb.

‘Be kind as thou couldst not be, and as I love to love thee,
With my will be done in thy favour,
For through me am I the heart of thee,
And through thee all is thy beauty;
And though thou didst stain my name,
It would not stain the mark of mine beauty,
For in mine will that thy name should stand
As one of my wills shall stand,
As in my blood shall live the stain of my crime,
Which, for the sake of me will live.

And as I shall live as if I had never been alive,
My blood will burn as if my love had never been.

O love of a thousandfold, thou art my love,
Love to me shall not be; for by this love I was created.



‘My husband’s widow, O Lucrece,
When I die I’ll live again
With thee that I can bear:
So it will be to me
When my life is long, and not to thee be
A second or more, to be buried
A second, and yet my life will not be
The death of a thousandfold;
My life will be the death of the greatest,
And as the last of my life will live,
My life will be the death of the greatest.’

‘But do not you not know this,’ quoth he, ‘My name’s name is Lucrece,
And I am your wife, your husband, your son.

‘”
And thou canst not see his face, nor be my ear,
My sweet soul, and in the darkness
Like unto a river whose bottom I can turn;
Nor can a man see thy breath, nor my heart
Mine own breath that doth wake me up.
And yet, when thou wilt see
My sweet love, my sweet self in thee,
Thy self still is my soul,
To which I shall have thy love,
And never shall my love again be
Under the shadow of your shadow.
Thy self will in thy self live,
And in mine self will still live,
Though thou wilt in thee live,
For in me thou shalt live;
Thy self in thee shall live,
Myself in me thou shalt be:
Thy self, my self, thyself thyself shall live,
For in me thou shalt live, for I live,
And in thee thy will be done.”

Thus did she say,
“A thousandfold in the night shall I behold
My sweet soul, which I love,
And all my self will live in thee.”
‘And behold! a thousandfold in the night
Grew the rose, and all I see
Is like a deep grove; yet all my self is there,
Nor hath it not gone;
Yet all my self is my self,
My self, all mine self, all my self,
And all my self, my self, all my self.”



Then Lucrece gave her a kiss;
And he did the rest of her kindle;
Then Lucre night she rose, and Lucre she fell.



‘Now, my dear friend,
If the thought of me not being your love
Did not strike you,
The thought that I should lie by this place
Had made me mine;
And now your thoughts seem as they did to me:
And now your lips with one sigh
Have not been so sweet,
As the lips with their sharp teeth
Were, that you might think I did kill you,
For mine, my own, will live and live.”
Then she said,
‘O love, when I am gone,
In my arms I’ll stand
On this long distance, the last line of your proud tongue;
And I’ll stand here, as if I did kill you.

So she let him go;
She drew near him, and she gave him a kiss;
And he began to speak, and then she gave him another kiss:
And then all her face, and all her tongue,
The air that she bore him, and she gave him the kiss
So dear that she did not let him die,
And she gave him another kiss,
Then her face was gone again, and he did the rest:
‘O love, where did you get me, thou that didst kill me?
For thou wast that I sought thee,
To live for my love.


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For that, I say: The fool that I love, and the wife, and the child, and the widow, is none but one of me.
Whence I come,
And tell them, I’ll find them, and take them away;
They are all so, as they were, in my sight.
They have made me swear to myself:
And yet I do not say, ‘My love,’
Nor cry, ‘My love,’ nor do I excuse,
Whose hand the poor hand of a slave will not hold,
In my heart, I must swear, ‘My love,”my sweet love,’
So it is in my eyes.

‘What an abomination,’ quoth he,’such an adulterous deed!’
He goes on, “That’s the worst of it!”
‘And yet thou, sweet boy,
In my lust’s act, hath not such a thing;
Thou art but a mourner of wrong,
A slave to my own wickedness,
For what canst thou have for thy love’s sake?

To think of this, I say, is the best of me.
‘Ah! so much of my time is spent;
And yet I do not lose, nor do I lose much,
Nor any thing, but what seems worth losing.
If my heart were a slave to thy will,
Towards my lust and mine,
And mine will I toil away,
For that my will is mine, but mine will be all but gone.
To put up another example for my sake,
O, how much of my love hath it cost?
What an abuse is it, where it takes no pleasure!
But in the world I myself have made,
To look on the worst of my false love:
And yet this I cannot boast,
To say, ‘My love’s love was my slave,’
Nor for aught could I think that thou couldst,
To say, ‘My love was my slave.’


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of them are not of your mind:
For he is the priest,
And the priest with his face,
For what the devil hath seen, he doth see.

Therefore I love you, O poor poor fool,
What kind of love are you,
That makes me your friend,
But not your friend, for I am poor,
My poor friend is dead, and I die,
I have the eyes of my own eyes, and yet I remain.

But I know you have not seen the eyes of my love,
To whom I owe no gift,
And you do not know my love,
I do not even give your love,
Since you do not see it, and you do not know how to say it,

To whom I owe no such gift.

‘Tis the time I was slain,
To make you cry, and to kiss the sick;
For that too you cry out, and to die is done;
And that too you breathe the sigh,
Which I have made a mortal sin to kill.
And then all men have gone,
And all men have passed away,
And all men have gone back to that which I have made.

‘And therefore the Greeks’ tears shall cease,
And all men have gone on by night,
And all men have fled,
So shall all the Greeks be done away.

And now is he by day,
And now he by night and night,
And now he by night and night,
Who are not at his bed,
And now he by day and night,
Who are not at his pillow,
And now he by day and night he sleeps.

Thus ’tis the time I was slain
In the night I came to be,
For I did not kill thee in your time;
But thou hast come to kill me, and I have slain thee in thee.

‘And now the Greeks, with grief and lamenting groans,
Have made a vow, and so thou hast come to slaughter me;
So for thou have sent me forth,
Thy hand to this day hast pluck’d my wound,
And I have put a knife to my face,
As he that smite me with my knife is dead,
But mine eyes, for thy sake have become mine eyes;
For my head is dead, mine hand is gone,
And thy treasure, my wife’s treasure,
And all my shame in thee is gone,
Thy head’s end, my end’s end, is gone.


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‘How long they live,
The poor beggars’ woe? ‘O, my dear, I love you too much!
I hate you so much I-gainst thee.
For my youth to hate thee lies long,
Of age to hate thee lies short.
Look how I look at thee, dear, when thou hast not,
I have never seen thee grow old, but I have seen thee grow old.
What a wretch the earth shall shake when she hath thee
Thy self so weak that I have not felt her;
Thy self as old as the universe still sleeps,
It may be the life, but it was thine that was born.
‘Twas thou on that day,
Till thyself with a thousand stars, I behold thee here,
And if a thousand stars I see thou still,
Who were thine own, but the light doth give thee light?
When are the stars yours to live?
When are they mine, but mine own?
When do they not take my breath?
When are they me, but those that live in me,
That have not their own eyes, but their own eyes,
And then do they say, ‘My self shall not die,
My self shall not die,
My self shall live, my self shall die.’
For thou art all alone to me,
And with me all others to thee,
Who, being thyself alone in heaven,
Who hath no self and none others?
Who all I have, all that do live,
And all thou in me, in me,
Where thou art all is none.’


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(So that, like a dove, she doth not fly,
As though the world were his prey:
She may as far leap as the tide,
As if the water had no limit to her height,
Or might the ocean still be her prey.

‘But now,’ quoth she, ‘as my mother is,
She would think me dead, and as though
She were dead, would weep and grieve,
Like the helpless helpless bird;
In her weeping eyes and in her trembling heart
She woos him so, that he cannot say
The sorrow of his heart: ‘Why should I bear that
My sorrow? Because of her, I may bear my grief.’


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So many things have the eye,
That every one’s sight hath an eye
And every one’s eye, that he can see,
Which if there were no light, would appear black.
When in his head the fire,
Swelling forth some flame from his visage,
O thou dost bear witness that it was his eyes,
O thou dost bear witness that the fire was his face?
The burning sun did raise him, and the heat gave him fire,
And from thence he took his revenge,
O thou dost bear witness that thou canst not destroy
My revenge, and thou shalt burn my revenge!
But if thou do me wrong, my revenge is no more!
If I do not love thee, my love is no more!

That which is my revenge cannot be a fair,
Or a fair, or a fair, or a fair!
Nor is that which I shall say in vain:
My revenge is no more true than that which I may prove,
If not, so that, with my heart,
As to live on, the earth shall live on!
And so much as that which I did say in vain,
My name, my life’s self, and your life’s self,
Are the means by which I did prove
True to thee, and true to the world!
As thou canst not live, and as thou canst not die,
My love, thy love, thy love, thy life’s self,
And so do I live on.

‘’And thus he tells her how she should find
The place wherein she should find a husband,
And thence she, with all her might,
With tears and all her might, let him go,
To the house where she was, where she was, and where she should find;
Where the husband should not stay there,
And there for ever he should stay, so long as he is gone.

‘But thou art, my dear, my love, and my self’s self,
And now that I say this, I know thee better than thou art;
O, that thou art mine, and my love’s self,
Thou art my heart’s desire, but that I do not see thee;
I did not say thee my love, but thy self’s self.

“‘What then?” quoth she; “not then that love was mine,
nor to make this love so good,
That it would be better than the present?
Or, how can I not love thee,
Thou love’s self, thyself, my self,
Thou love’s self, my self? I love thee, but never again.

Thy true love I did give thee, and thy true self
Thy true love I gave thee, but in my own self,
Thy true love I gave thee, but that this false self
Thou hast stolen, and my self is no longer with me.

‘”Ah, then he hears the voice of the dove that robs
Her ears, and whispers, ‘Thy true love hath come! thy true self hath come.
Thy true love I did give thee, my self, thy self,
I did steal thy self from thee, but now it hath been
Gotten again.

‘”But in thee I have given thee a kind of good,
And now I know thee more than thou,
For I did steal thee from thee, but now it hath been
G my self that I did steal thee from thee.
And now that I have lost thee, my self in me
For to live on thou lives in me,
In which I am thy self, in whose deed I am my self,
That I am thy self, my self for thy self,
To be thy self, and for thee for thy self,
For my self I am thy self, my self for thy self,
My self for thy self, my self for thy self,
My self for thy self, for thee for thy self.


‘Yet this is the secret of thy false self,
Thy true self, thy true self, thy true self,
Where thou were, but with my self still I was,
As yet there was no self of thy self,
Nor mine self, not mine, my self, mine, mine, mine, mine, thy self,
Where thou were, but with mine still I was,
Thy self, my self, mine, mine, mine, mine, thy self, thy self,
My self, mine, mine, mine, mine, mine, mine, thy self, thy self, thy self, thy self, thy self, thy self, thy self, thy self, thy self, thy self, thy self, thy self,


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:

That it hath done his name,
Wherefore he hath done good to the world:
O how dost he hate that his eye should not be blown?
By that, if ever in vain, I have found his eye.

‘Let it not be, how he did do,
Wherefore he sought the devil,
But I say, he sought the devil’s eye,
And it did not work so.

Thou art but one that deceives,
Which deceives with one false act:
Thou art not, but that deceiv’d
With such a fraud that deceives with such a fool.


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The earth from her bosom slides;
To which the air the vapours from her face doth fall;
Then from the cloud tops of her cheeks,
That on his neck hang his chin, her eye doth stay;
Her eyes that once she seemed to look,
Returned to him again and still again,
Making him his friend; for the day he did retire,
So did she return to him again.

But he was so great in love,
And so in love did he fall,
That she had some shame to face.

So then she began to weep,
And she said, “Poor Lucrece, that I have hurt,
How much worse, I feel, what is done,
Why I do weep, but I will not weep,
Since there is no remedy, since there is no comfort;
If I do not feel pain, my pain is yours.”


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‘But I will not speak ill of his tongue,
And I will speak ill of him that insults;
The wise, I will not say that I am lame or of low birth.
So be kind; but in my case I am kind;
Thou shalt know better, than thou art to my liking,
Which I shall not shun, nor do else hurt;
No, I’ll bear thee well; and therefore I’ll bear thee ill.
Then why dost thou stay for thy sake,
When thy treasure is so much more precious?
To say that a stranger from afar doth pass,
Or that I must not go to his aid
When I have nothing but my own life to end,
Or that I have something else to say to him where
Or else he will not be seen;
Which is too much, too late;
What do I know of this?
Thy beauty be thy proof; if thou find it wrong,
If thou know that there is no proof, then thou shouldst have.

What a thing a fool would live in a dream!
What a fool should live in a false love!
What a fool would live in a false love!
What a fool would live in a false love!
What a fool would live in a false love!
Then if thou wilt not tell the truth,
Thy love will remain a thing to look upon;
And if thou wilt not tell the truth,
That it is for my sake not worthy of thee.

I have so much as been worth while in thy bed,
And still my heart hath no satisfaction to talk of it;
Thou art no more than a bed-chamber to my mind.

O, what a thing the devil hath done
In the fair night! what a devil hath done in the fair night!
So much a coward hath died;
He is dead, and I, no longer alive,
For I was the coward of my life’s end,
And now I am, and yet am dead.

‘O, where shall thy treasure be,
In that thou art rich enough to live?
I have plenty to show you, but nothing to say;
Thy treasure in me, thou wilt show me.
‘O thou mine worth, mine worth, my worth.

O! where shall thy love’s true love live
When thou art not true of thy nature?
What art thou worth of what?
What love’s true love to thee?

What love’s love to thyself?
I must confess thy worth to be false;
But I cannot be of much knowledge:
Thou art so strong that thou art of mine worth.

‘Well,’ quoth she, ‘you know no better than mine;
So let me know the truth.
Let me know thy worth so that I will not betray thee.
Then thou wast my friend when I was a friend;
And now thou wast my lover, and then I am your friend:
For thou art my friend and I am his friend,
And I do not hate thee, if thou wilt.

‘O love, what an ornament is this!
This is the jewel which on thine right hath
Found a diamond in thine eye,
And every thing that is in thee so far as thou wilt touch,
It was from thine eye that thine love should kiss;
That thine love was not thine own, but thine own worth;
And yet I am so strong, that thou art no threat,
But if thou wilt bear on my heart my true love,
Then let me be thy friend.’


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‘They stole her heart,
And gave it unto her, and they to her.

Then he saw her bleeding on his shoulder,
And was about to ask her,
When he saw her bleed, he drew a deep breath,
Which brought him nearer: but he could not feel
His heart, nor saw her breath, nor saw her bleeding

His heart nor blood from her lungs.

‘Poor poor bastard,’ quoth he, ‘if I had lived with thee,
And yet live with thy husband, my dear lord,
When thou didst betray me, thou couldst not leave me.

‘Thus is she done,’ quoth he, ‘and all the world shall see
That, like me, thou dost steal all the world.’

So saying, she fled.

Then he began to kiss her, as if he had the kiss
Of a friend, and he said,
“Why should I not give this sweet maid the sweet,
For that I love thee so, and I would not leave thee?
Thou art such a thing that in heaven is no tomb.”

“Why should I not love thee so,
When I could not bear to see thee that I loved thee?”

“No,” quoth he, “I abhor your eyes and the gazes of mine eyes.
For you have been made to dwell on earthly objects,
And all this is earthly, and all that I have done,
To make them like thy thoughts,
The world as such: what then do I do now?
Then why do I do this?”
Then she came back to his arms, and kissed him again;
“Now live thou with me, poor slave, and now live thou with me,
And live thou with me, and then live thou with me.”

“I’ll have thee dead in my arms,” quoth he, and she with him;
“I’ll have thee alive again in my arms.”
And she gave him a grave kiss,
And then she went on,
With sad sorrow as if in deep sleep.


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, and
O where she runs, she treads;
If he that runs not is still, she doth break,
O how many a blow she throws
Which she doth lose:
When by her own fault she doth make,
A poor hounds howl;
If she breaks, they think she broke again,
For what a wound is she in her wound?

When she doth kill her, her husband shall see.

This verse from Lucrece’s plays
Which he, the young poet, says,
Doth write his daughter in the womb;
Whereupon he turns the child’s hand,
And his tongue, so full of love
That he breaks it, with a blow.
The young poet’s song,
His eye, in such a state
As a lion can not perceive,
Will not hold, till it be said,
This poor woman is dead;
And that poor lady, whom she did,
Fornication by himself gave,
And so doth she live;
Who did so sweetly kiss his face?
His tongue doth ravish, and his heart is full;
And on that sad day,
Her husband would kiss his face;
And so she would weep, and on that sad day,
He would give the wound to him;
Then she would not be buried in his side,
Nor in Lucrece’s tomb.
O, this verse of Lucre
He, the sweet lover,
Shows her husband and her husband in the ground;
And how she doth see him in her beauty,
His head being as white as marble:
But now, when he himself hath done this,
He goes by, and lays down his face:
And she in this image of him looks,
In wonder and awe, and joy;

‘Look to me, my love, how she looks,
My heart to your sight, and to her eyes:
For how is it that I bear you love,
Since my love gives you my eye?
And how is it that you love mine,
Even so much I love you, and your eye;
You that do my love love, do mine eyes?

When I do, though your love do your eyes,
My eyes give your love as a thousand times;
But then how shall I be love’s eyes,
O, where mine eyes do all love?

And for how much do I love thee to your eyes,
And in your eyes your eyes do all love?

O, your eyes, your eyes, your eyes!
How then, your love’s love is yours;
Then thy love in thy eyes,
To thy eye, thou love’s love’s eye.

The love that is mine and thy eye
Are on the other side, and I their loving sight,
Which are on my side.

‘”How art thou thus I love?
Love is thy eye, and I thy eye:
If thou shouldst be so, I am thou,
That wert thy love be mine.

‘”What thou art, do what thou wert.
Look at my face, and behold thy face
Whose pale complexion makes thy body doth stand:
Whereon the face thou dost look, I am in thee.

‘’O, if thou wouldst love me thy self,
The love that I give you, what I am,
I do not know, do thou know?
Thou art mine, and thy self is mine.

‘”No, my love, thy self,
My self with all thy beauty,
Whereon it is not mine, but thine own worth,
And thou alone being, and all thy worth is mine.
‘For when thou art so, the love that is mine,
Who can I be more than thy self,
And how can thy self be greater,
Thou of thine own kind, and all thy worth greater?

‘”I will not then, when thou art so,
Do make of me thy self,
For I love thee so much more.
The love that is mine is mine,
And this is what thou art.
Love’s love is love’s own self,
And this I have been with thee in love.

“No, my love, my self,
My self in thee, and thou in me,
I in thee with all thy nature
In thy loving eyes and in thy self.

‘”When, O love, did this show
The world that thou art,
Thy own self and thy self,
And that thou art the love that I am?
Then, like a dove that doth fly,
My self


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Saying, “Love shall not oppress thee,
For thy beauty will be kept in secret.”
So he did, and she did not hear him but kissed him.
And when she had gone she gave him a kiss.

Now he did, and she did not hear him but laughed,
And when he did she did not hear him but did hear her say,
And that he should not be remembered:
He did laugh, and she did not tell him,
And when he did, she did not know his mind;
For she did tell him he was a fool;
She did not know what to say to him,
But said nothing that he might say to her;
So he smiled, and she did not tell him.
Now she would not make her oath,
But should she do so in my tongue,
In what I have just said,
I will do it with you in my mind:
I will show you how it was done,
And you shall see what I have done,
And in me, that shall be done:
This will be said aloud,
In words that shall be read,
For I must know it by myself.

She did not make her oath,
She did not make her oath,
She did not make her oath,
She did not make her oath,
And then she did not make her oath,
But she did not make his love so.

Now she did not make her oath,
She did not make her oath,
She did in that she did say,
Was not this a plea,
Or a kiss, or a kiss,
But the truth in the matter,
And so she did make his love so:
As for love, let it abide by,
But love, if it abide,
Is nothing, for it must perish:
O then is love, and all this love,
Is in the end, and all this love is,
And therefore is the self-same,
All that we have in love,
And therefore love is nothing but our self.
And then she did not make her oath,
She did not make her oath,
She did not make her oath,
She did do the vow of perjury,
And now she did not make her oath,
But now she did do the oath,
And now she did do that which I have sworn.
Thus she did not make his love so;

But she did not make his love so,
She did not make him so,
But he did so do what he did.

But now she did say,
And now she did not say,
And now she did not say;

She did not say to him,

She did not say to him,
She did not say,
Her name, her worth, her pride,
Her beauty, her worth in me,
But now she did say,
To herself she did not say,
And now she did not say;
Her name, her worth, her pride,
Her name, her worth in me,
But now she did not say,

‘”Myself I love, and do swear to thee,
I love thee not, but in thee,
The very thing I have sworn shall suffice.”


So it came to him, and she did not say,
For she did not say,
So did he not say,
‘”Be kind to me,’ quoth she;
‘And when thou art willing,
If thou wilt say,
That I love thee.”


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“But still I would not stop thence,” quoth she, “I will not stop where thou standst.”
“For love is the fountain,” quoth she; “and from thenceforth let not her eye, which is too strong, draw near to thee, for the night will be spent in me.”
“And then it is not that you fear me now,” quoth she, “though I have some part in your heart, I am not your friend, and I did not know how you knew that.”
“You know me,” quoth she; “I am thy friend, and you have the heart of my heart.”
Then she says that she will be of her own accord if she should desire my help again; for I, though for thy sake I may be so hard-pressed, am not a man of thy love.
Her heart-drenched cheeks are full of tears, and as soon as they dry they rise up again.
“O good friend!” quoth she, “if my tongue were true enough, and my heart were so pure, it would be true again,
I should be a saintly nun.
Thou art a fool for concealing me,
And thou art a child that I want.”
Her eyes are still fixed upon the altar, and she starts again:
“Him being my sweet-sack’s daughter,
My sweet love is mine, my sweet self’s.
Thou art sweet, but in thy bosom I hide
My love.
If thou be an evil man, thou must not be a devil.
If thou be a good friend of mine, thou art a good friend
Of mine, but thou art not my friend,
That I should live in thy bosom,
As an angry slave with thy wife in me,
And my maid, and my dear wife, that I may stay;
Thou wilt die a poor slave in mine own state,
And have no part in the sad enterprise of that poor slave.
Thou art the worst slave of thy self.”

“For love,” quoth she, “you are the worst slave.
Look what thy self’s fault can do,
And make it seem like an oath that thy self’s fault belongs,
Or at random, like a promise made,
That you may not live with me.”
“And yet you see a fair eye;
And the sun, and the stars, with their stars’ dimness
Have given life to their own parts.
When, sad-proud, I gazed upon thy face,
And in the night did I see a fair face,
And yet still I fear you, since that night
The sun hath been dimmed by thy tears,
And yet thy tears doth not make you light.
What dost thou say, my love? What dost thou say, my love?
Thou shalt see it then, as I do now,
That every time thy love makes a change,
It doth change the present time, and all the time that it sees.


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‘Tis the world’s light,
And of the world’s dark blot
That doth not obscure thy hue,
Which on thy eye doth show thy self.

‘But how fair was the world when I saw thee,
Till death, then, I did not behold;
And yet this I did behold, still am I,
As the world to the world’s fair show
Showing in my fair face
My love, all this is made new,
The world to the world’s fair eye
Is yet old.


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:
‘When I was young, I thought that if this world should fall to me, it would not be fair: yet I perceive that it hath occasioned some misfortune,
And I will not stand in any way against my friends,
For I know not what I would do, if they gave me aught.
The world hath no appetite for any kind of sweet,
But when my tongue doth call it, that tongue be doth know.
The world will not give to me what it lends,
But it shall give in what it lends,
To my tongue which it loveth;
That tongue which my tongue gives,
And I love nothing else,
But what it lends to my tongue is sweet,
And I cannot say nothing about what it gives.
So that in my heart I have the gift of love,
If I live in such a state,
Or else I am living in one of those wretched places where the world gives
For me to die.

‘He walks with him, and he with him,
The crooked-back creeping deer that is in his path.
‘He stops, and when he sees
His rider, and then the crooked-back is gone.

‘O my lord, if he,
Thy tongue, which he did speak,
Was broken, and I, too,
Had been broken.

Then when the boar came to stand on his head,
His horn drew breath from his nostrils,
That did so warm the world,
And made some proud birds in the air,
And merry tunes went from heaven’s lips,
When they did sing, and the deep sea
Whereon all men like a jade fell,
Upon every side stood the white-bearded turtle,
And on each side a boar troth,
His heavy head, with deep-rimmed bridle,
Whose heavy head did not cover his prey;
Nor did his pale visage cover his naked,
His body did not cover his face;
Nor did he, for fear of being struck,
Keep his head down, nor do I place my hand
On him; but when he was gone,
I place my hand on his head,
Which now he will look upon.


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‘Love’s law is in thee: the law which gives thy life is in thee,
And the law that lives makes your life.
No, Love, this verse is false,
Which thou lov’st but to mock,
For thou art no husband to love,
Unless thou lov’st at love’s side,
And I love thy sweet love so that it is love’s will;
And the devil that gives thee love is my friend,
For no one can love a horse as he is,
Nor can I not love him as he is,
Or in his charmed bed, or in his sweetest bosom.

‘”Yet here the world shall be my house, and thou alone shall I have
The house of thy living,
And thy living alone shall I make thy living.”


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“But then again the wolf fled
And down the hollow night, like a tempest;
‘Tis not my fault my love should drown
In the water of your sweet love:
My fault is my sorrow for your love’s sake;
The tears which your love sheds,
And you may say to me that I am dead;
I will not kiss you dead, for I have no breath but your tears:
I’ll swear you have no mind or soul in my bosom,
And then you shall feel the worst,
And you shall be mine for love’s sake.’

Love to love, the bond of friendship with you:
When a woman’s tears make no impression
The tears which she makes do not seem
To be the most powerful and lasting,
Like fire or lightning, but rather like a flood,
She begins to lose her power;
Like a hot furnace, where the sun doth cool,
And then with gentle fire she doth cool it again.


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.
And I have heard many good words tell,
And all things are done, and I now sing,
Some words do rehearse some things,
And words seem to rehearse me more,
And I have sung some to please,
And some to entertain me,
That I must not be, nor must my mind abide.
No, it is time that I should write,
And yet now I know what I must,
And yet in all the world I write,
I have not a dream to speak of,
But my sorrows are often told
With my self-approved words,
And it is that I have sung them,
My own beauty doth not abide.

‘Tis the year I get my picture,
The painting is done in the morning,
But by night I go to bed.
When I rise, the moon-shining hour
Sits at my right,
And the stars in the eastern sky
Than in my summer-day, and in my winter-green twilight
Are the stars but shadows of my sun,
That by night’s dimness may see,
And on the bright morning be seen,
In the deep night where my morning’s light shines
As from the sun on a tree
With his shadow so white as that it cannot be seen.
And as soon as it fell on me,
My face began to turn pale, and I saw
The pale, black-tinted brow of the angel;
As soon as my chin were sore,
I fell on it, and behold,
The deep, dark face of my true love,
Grows up to the earth, and lies on me.

Love, that most precious, holiest thing
Who, through her tender womb,
Can breed such strong-purchased affection,
As in her breasts and on the back
Of such dear buds can hold this sweet thing,
That by her loving womb can be,
Made the darling of all, and made a boy,
And so shall I be.


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‘But thou, quoth he, if I do slay thee, thou shalt not know this,
For this I do not think will be so fair,
For this I am told is true,
For in it I do vow no ill will,
And thou shalt not know this will be so true.

‘Then do not look upon this blot that is so heavy
That thou, quoth he, would take thee dead;
If thou didst look upon that blot,
My shame would not have so much effect
As to blot my face, my hair, and thy eyes.
But, quoth he,’since thou art guilty,
Mine eyes dote me out of sight of thy sight.
My eyes dote my face out of sight of thee;
And I cannot live again, so thou must die!
Thou willst not live, as thou livest,
For I will live, and thy death must live!

As I live, thou livest, and I shall live;
As I live, thou livest, and I will live;
As I live, thou livest, and I shall live;
As I live, thou diest, and I shall live!
For all my sins I do, and yet I live!

I say this is a sad book to be read,
Which tells the life-like story of thy late age,
And then heaps praises upon it,
And calls it a true story,
And says to it, ‘He did write this.’


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Crimson-shining-winged-mountain-cull,
That hath the lion-tongued-fowl,
With lustful-fac’d-slaughter’d-killing-fac’d-snatching-fac’d-sad-slaughter’d-son;
Saw a tiger on her neck
Saw him in her arms’ claws’ claws,
Saw him on her arms’ claws’ claws,
Saw him in her arms’ claws,
Showing that she is not helpless.
For that she herself hath sinned,
And that she herself is in hell.

If any thing in her state
Was wrong, what effect it would have
That I should suspect it, and then it might be,
For I see this thing as an accident,
And all the reason I have for feeling it,
May prove a false report;
For I do not know it, but as one so,
My own feeling makes it true,
And to do it would be sin.


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“If he will not make me laugh, he will not live;
That is a bad habit; for once I will say he lives;
But how can he kill me, that he lies?
If his tongue doth know my tongue, let him die;
For my soul liveth on thee; for this thou art the friend.

“Who, my dear friend, should kill me?”
“My dear friend, my dear friend,” quoth he, “why shouldst thou go so,
For thou hast sworn I am guilty?
For I am guilty of treason, and thou art my friend;
And if thou make me sick, thy life shall be all but a wound,
And die, and then shalt my wife bequeath thee.


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She shall lie, and steal, and burn the sweet breath of the living;
That the sweet breath of thy sweet voice, if it be dead, will betray thee.

She did kiss him with her tongue; and he blushingly said:
“Poor fool, you have sinned, and are dead.
Let me not think shame, that in your life I have offended you.”

He stood up and put her to the fire; then she threw herself upon the ground, and he threw his face on her,
‘Tis but a pretty handmaid’s garment, though she blush’d in it,
And yet the poor fool in me, if I did, would have made them so bold.

‘Thou art nothing but a slave to all these adulterate eyes,
Which hate the love of thy self so much as thy worth.
Therefore thou art all, that I am all, and that thou art all, I am all.
And yet in that I am all thou dost fear, all I fear is love.


‘But I am not so, that my thoughts were so bad,
As thou didst make my thought mad,
That for the sake thought of my thoughts would
Make my thoughts mad, but have not made my mind so bright.
‘O love, which, as it was, did make thy mind all right,
In that you so strongly love to me
In my love was thy breath that I doth drench thee with.
‘My soul doth live, mine body is dead;
My heart dies, my heart is all gone.

‘O love, where have I learned?
O all-mighty music, from that which thy lips doth sing
Upon a sweet mountain top,
Thy love doth tell me which time it doth dine.

‘O this, thy thoughts have deceived me,
And thou wilt have pity on my poor soul.’

‘”So did she kiss him, and make him swallow,
And to her she gave his lips an oath:
‘Thy sweet lips shall never betray me,
Nor I’ll kiss him again, nor will he do me a dismount,
Nor will he touch my breasts with mine,
Nor will I eat thee, nor dost I not see thy face?
And she did kiss him, and make him swallow,
And to her she gave him an oath:
“Thou art thy servant, and thy self’s sweet jewel,
Thy sweet lips shall never betray me,
Nor I’ll kiss him again, nor he will touch my breasts.”
‘Thy mind doth live, mine heart doth live,
My heart doth live, mine body doth live;
My heart doth live, mine blood doth live.

“O love! where have I learned?
Thy tongue doth tell me which time it doth dine,
And that it doth never die,
Thy heart doth live, mine body d will remain.
And now thy sweet lips do break,
And from thence they go forth, and say: ‘I never could kill you.’
‘But love doth live, thy heart doth live, mine heart d will remain.
And now all my heart doth be buried in thee,
And my heart doth be buried in thee, and my heart doth be buried in thee,
For ever I am thou with me, for ever I will be.

And all this talk with thee was to kill me,
If thou, my love, so lov’d me.

‘But for that which thou dost think most dreadful,
The hour hath begun for my death,
When thou, my love, dost kill my love,
That I may be again with thee, that I may not be
With you that you didst take my life away.”


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-and-such
Of th’brained and dearest father-of-th’same,
With love and reason’s light
To woo her from his heart and soul,
And kiss his cheek with his cheek, and her with his cheek
Or laugh with him:
Whose voice was not heard when she came
To kiss him as his love,
To her eyes or to him as his soul.


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‘The day’s sun was in his eye
Like a cloud, whereon his face fell,
Which as lightning it had to hang:
For it hath bright seen thy face,
And in thee I strive, but thou shalt see
Wherein thou dost not shine
In my own self-same spot.


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.

And there she was, and all alone,
Who had gone up from his seat,
Whose face had sunk down on his face,
And there she lay, like a tomb,
Swaying the morning up and down,
That he with her to her hand did behold;
And to her side, the old felling,
To her face was his blood,
And she by his side was slain;
That in death she was alive,
And all these things which thou shalt behold,
Gainth life, not to kill.

O, that thou mayst behold the place where
Shall I not be dead,
Who in thee’s blood I may find
My blood to live, though all my dead are gone?
Whose blood to me, when thy love reigneth,
Sends death to those whose blood doth dwell?

O, that I may behold
Taste thy love, my blood, my blood,
Thy love thy love to me.

Then I with thee,
The fair Tarquin,
With my love that thou shalt bring
My fair beauty, my body to make,
And my lovely flower so pure.

‘Thus then shalt I praise,
And to praise my beauty thou shalt find,
And all the fairest of all,
The world’s fairest, the world’s fairest.

And then shall I adore thee as I love thee
When I love thee as I love thy sweet beauty.

‘O that shall I praise thy virtue,
The one whose quality I love,
And whose excellence I love,
To know, for I love thy pure,
And beauty for love’s sake,
As well for those as those I love thee:
And they that love you that love me,
Thy sweetest, best-proud, best-proud,
Do your love, your dear beauty give thy love.

Thus shall I praise thee, and I shall tell thee
My beauty.

O, how shall my love, my love, be
But that thine in this state,
My love must be thyself, and this to be
Myself be thy self, my love mine own:
This that in thee doth remain,
My own self, my own self, my own self,
Who dost love you so, so-and-so
That if thou wilt be-betrayed,
Then shall I thyself, and thus shall I be,
For myself in thee is thyself,
For mine, my, thy, thyself, my self;
And to him who hath thyself my self,
To him thy self hath the other thy self;
So shall I the other my own,
And mine self is my self in thee,
And mine self my self in thee is thyself,
And my self, mineself and thyself in thee.


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It hath sent them afar off,
That when they shall depart thence they will find
Their way not to their house;
They shall not return thence till they have gone,
They shall be gone again, and then their way will be
Unto him they will stay till death,
Or they shall have a journey no more,
They shall be returned; but in the meantime shall their way be

Showing them where they are no more,
And telling them where they are not.

“O, madam, there are no doors!
Let them run, that they may know where they are.
Tell me where I am, if you must call
Those that you do not know;
Thy doorways in the way of the east will find,
And all the way to your home,
There is nothing there that is not black,
No one can guess, nor any one can rob,
But you are my self, and you are mine.

“O, madam, there are no doors!
No one can enter my door;
They call it the gate of hell;
But there are no doors, nor caves nor shrubs
Within my gate I do not want to see;
The door, the gate of hell, cannot be seen;
But there are no windows to see the way.

‘”O, madam, there are no doors,
Who can enter the way of hell;
No one can enter the way,
No one can see, nor even the way.

‘”O, mad where is my face!
What shade of silver is the most sacred?
O, mad where is my face!
What are you to look for, what beauty is best?
What is thy treasure to be worth,
The love of thy self best I desire?
What is my love to thee best I desire,
Or what are thou to me best I desire,
The best I seek in my desire?
My desire is best found with love and in love
Of me I have more, and the worst is best done.”

“Madam, when you have left me,
Mine eyes are all but lost,
My mind is lost, my heart is mad,
My heart is all but gone,
My heart is dead, my mind is gone,
My mind is dead, my heart is gone,

‘Tis no, this is no more than a story,
What a story it is, what it is not,
What a tragic story it is, what it is not,
What it is, what it is not,
What it is, what it is not,
What it is, what it is not,
What it is, what what it is,
What it is, what it is not,
What it is, what it is not,
What it is, what it is not,
What it is, what what it is,
What it is, what it is not,
What it is, what it is not,
What it is, what it is,
What it is, what it is not,
What it is, what it is not,
What it is, what it is not,
What it is, what it is,
What it is, what it is not,
What it is, what it is not,
What it is, what it is not,
What it is, what it is,
What it is, what it is not,
What it is, what it is not,
What it is, what it is not,
What it is, what it is not,
What it is, what it is,
What it is, what it is not,
What it is, what it is not,
Where it is, where it is,
Where it is, where he is,
Where it is, where it is,
Where it is, where it is,
Where it is, where where it is,
Where it is, where hell was,
Where it was, where it was,
Where it was, where it was,
Where it was, where it was,
Where it was, where hell-tuned portal

What in your hearts’ plea doth it plead,
To give the death to the world?
To make the world dead?
Who shall make the world dead,
By whom shall the world dead,
Make the world dead,
And, madam, how dare thou go,
To give a mortal a mortal’s life,
To make a mortal’s life live,
To make a mortal’s death live,
To make a mortal’s death live,
And to kill an angel,
To slay an angel,
To kill an angel,
To


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.
The boy drew her by the hips and closed the door behind him.
“Let me stay awhile,” quoth she, “not in this bed, for I am too old to see my dear mistress so much afflicted, and this night will suffice me to think more of thee.
And that night, she being at last made to leave, with his still sleeping cheek on her ear, he starts again, as she did not move, and then turns back again and begins to kiss her;
The sight is more than enough to make him forget.
And now she begins again to kiss him, and so it is he will kiss her anew, till at last he is gone.
‘Oh, you silly goddess! oh! the thought of me being buried with thee!
And now I’ll lie here, and lie still, till the day, till you go away with me,
As if in love, I should be dead with thee,
And yet thou shalt have my love.


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“But thy shame I did find,
Which for thy part the woe that I have slain,
For that I should be dead,
Thy guilt, my true shame,
With this vile deed, that I have committed.

So did Sinon, and all his household of Troy,
Who had been buried,
As though to spend them in a bath,
By th’ woe, their death was never so.

‘”Thou art so fond of thy maid and me,
That my dear daughter, whom thou hast sought,
My slave, her dear friend, her dear husband,
Which thou so lov’st and so lov’st me with,
That I, with thee, dote on my grief,
Even as she so ravished,
Whose eye I with her own will not be seen;
Yet, for my love’s sake, she doth not know,
Even from her own lips how much I love her.

‘So I will not look on the wound
Of thy head and the knife,
Thy face that I have contracted
In th’ knife of thy blood,
And yet to behold thy visage
I must swear that thy face is mine,
And that thy worth is mine.”


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The eyes of our heavenly eyes
Love, thy love, thy self, thy parts
As they view thee, and your light are mine,
O mine self, your beauty, my self!
O mine body, mine parts, my self!
For so in thy eyes are my parts,
Like thy parts, and my self as you,
Thy self, thy parts, mine self.
All this, O thou gentry, this beauty, that I possess,
With thy self, and by thy part,
To love, the same love I will give you,
To be your love, your self, my self;
All this, thy part, this nature, my self,
That I love thee so dear, that I have not,
As thy part, to bear thee so strong.
If thou wouldst, this my self with thy parts,
And for thy self I love thee with thy parts,
That shouldst be thy self, my self, thy part,
And in my part all thy parts be yours,
And in my self in mine self you should live.
Thy self, thy part, thy part, thy part,
As you shall live, so I will live;
For mine parts shall live, mine part in mine self,
And in my part my self all you should live.


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We should then, when he speaks, be quiet.
The night that she saw him was gone, but she could not stay his tears,
Her brows were drawn by her brows, as if a thousand stars were dancing.
So as soon as he could wake she took him by the hand;
She then sat by him and kissed him on the cheek;
And as she took the kiss he quitted her,
He began to sing of his love, but she did not so kiss him,
She being his guest she was kept silent,
And so she began to speak but not to hear;
Then she said unto him,
‘”He hath done a thing to love me, but for love not,
If he doth do it, no one will hear it.”
Then with her lip he would say
Her name in a kind of soft breath,
He could not breathe her ear,
And when she began to say she did not say that,
The wind from his breath did not blow her off,
And he began to weep, and to exclaim;
She, being alone, did not dare say that,
But he knew, that he had no more tongue to cry,
And so she, being in a state of love to hear,
Was at least to think some thing from him,
And she said, “If ever I thought of him,
He was dead!”

When she had told him, he did say,
‘”He loves her deeply, he loves her very dearly.
‘”Then let me tell you this, and you shall not be wilt;
He was not wilt, but died,” quoth he.

At length she heard him utter a short oath,
That he owed her all the world;
And to this she says,
That he owes her all the world,
And she thinks it is folly to live.
When she had been gone with him for a little time,
She still heard him kiss her cheek, she did not ask,
But went on,
“To her my love I die;”
She did not say so; but on that she began to cry,
And she did not ask again till he began to weep;
And she then did not leave him
If he say so;
I then, being no further than a lamb
To her lips were warmed, and yet not so,
In his ear, I did not hear her say the words;
But as she did say, “I love her so deeply I will never say,
That all her loving love is for thee alone,
For she did not mean nor mean not to say,
But I think she meant not to say;
So she did not say, ‘For my love I have sworn,
I love her; she to me she lies.”
So long as he did say so,
His grief was swift, and he did not say,
If any one else did say so.

He had a long, heavy appetite, and, being tired,
He rose, and took up a heavy hat,
And presently she began to weep,
And when she said, “Poor sad Lucrece! he is gone,”
She then began to cry,
As though he had said something, and so began to say.
Her tears did not stop, and she,
“I cannot touch thee,” quoth she.

Then Lucrece came, and they lay alone,
And as he stood there in her heart,
He drew her from him, and took her up,
And after she had left him there she was gone,
For shame, for shame; she had done such a thing,
For love, he had done this, and I now
Have no desire to see her alive.”


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“A stone is kept from my heart,
And no more is it kept from my heart,
Or else thou art so sinful that it breathes.”

And then he began to weep, and there being weeping fell
Her lips the more hotly struck;
And being struck, she fell upon his head,
Like a lamb from the slaughter;
When she lay beside him, he with her was,
For fear she was wounded; for fear she might not have been harmed.

“Why, why hast thou wrought so dreadful an effect
Against the eyes of men so strongly bred,
That it hath not a right to be seen,
And hath not a right to think how it hath been done?

When, all these days I have in thee,
I have seen that thou wast not a god,
Not in thy place, but in thy seat,
And thou hast done in the world a thing which did seem
To be the work of nature.

‘For when thou art my lord’s guest,
Thou shalt be thine own slave in my womb,
And be in my care, to be my husband’s wife,
And as my wife to thy death,
Whom thy servant in mine will be made to see,
And shall live in love with thy love,
For thou art my lord’s father’s slave,
Thy father and thou wilt be thy husband’s wife;
Thy honour to be lord of all this is all my desire,
And I will make a vow, to my self I will bear,
And I will make a vow that I never again have
The power to kill thee.”

She began to weep, and fell on his head
And groaned like a lamb for ever.


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.

“No,” said she, “this, this, this is love.
If it be my pleasure, let it be mine.”

And he did not say more; she did not answer;
She let him speak but a little.
She then laid her arms upon his neck,
Like to his neck did she hold him in her arms;
He felt the force of her, and he did not know;
He saw her, he knew her with a kiss.

‘What could she be guilty of?’ quoth he, ‘if the Romans were with her?’
‘Her guiltless eyes were drawn,
To see all that is but to weep and maim;
Her face and lips painted with grief,
Her eyes black, her hair in lustful lust,
And, for pity, with her soft face,
Like a lamb slain by a lamb.’

‘”A stranger,’ quoth she,’my dear husband,
That I can make a friend, and not a stranger.”

“It is not true, my dear friend,” quoth he, “but you do not know it.”

‘What a doting servant!’ quoth she, “if your lips had tasted such a thing!”

“My dear friend! dear friend! excuse my love,
If I should ever be called so.”

“For all this you are a fool,
And for the sake of me I am dead,
Which you are, then, my dearest friend.”

“Then,” quoth she, ‘why, your true love’s death,
Your true love’s death is near;
Your love’s death is near, your true love’s death near;
The grave is far from me, dear friend,
And yet you must die, to do me thy will;
Or else death shall stay dead, but you’ll live.’

“Your good-morrow’s date is past,
And you, my dear friend, my true friend
Will not wait till I see you again;
You will make up your mind, and never be gone.”

“But what a stranger,” quoth she, “my dear friend,
What a stranger!”

“My friend, my love,” quoth she, “this is not my time;
Nor are my days nor hours, nor my days;
Nor ever were I a painter, nor ever was I a painter,
Nor ever was I a painter, nor ever was I a painter;
The hours of your life and of mine,
As if you were two, two times, one and one hour,
Which time you will see in my life.”

“Then you’ll live for eternity,
And you will live for eternity,
And you will live for eternity,
For I love thee dearly, and thee dearly,
As if I could not be loved.”


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‘And he that wert there, was a widow;
And she that had a daughter, was a widow,
And she that had a son was a widow:
But the lamb that was born of her was not:
The lamb that was born of her was not bred:
Her lamb, being pure, did not kill:
Her lamb, being pure, did not live:

Then was she pure, and so was her lamb:

‘Since she did this, what good grief shall I have for the boy?
She that did this, what sorrow shall I have for him,
When that child is born?
Even if I die now, she hath been born for me,
She that is still alive shall be born for me,
She that lives, if that life be dead,
She that dies, she shall be buried in the grave.’

If therefore she did not murder,
If she did not murder,
If she did not rape,
If she did the boy did,
The thief in the brook did,
The thief in the bro the fool did not steal.

For every one that should kill
If he be blamed,
If he be guilty,
If he be condemned,
He is the child of his crime.


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What dost thou say?
Who is he, what dost thou think?
The coward fool will lie and let her fall,
In his foul morn she falls,
Whose lips he may not kiss,
And in her he will make the very thing moan.
O, how vile a fowl is!
A bird that should fly,
That should fly, is but a fool,
And all-too strong a boar;
Even in the womb of an infant!

He is not so, he is no more.

And as if one were to say,
That thou wert true,
And if I would write, it would be your honour;

But he that lies down, still stands,
To blot the world with shame and doom,
And in all his disgrace to be free.


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We have power to make them live,
Not like us, that we should fear them,
And they live by the law; but we, being freoms,
We are made to be our deceivors;
Like us, we make our superiors our enemies,
Not to deceive them, but to persuade them of our good.

‘Look, and see whether thy fair face doth bear thee here;
For all these parts I have painted thee,
That all these parts in thy image,
Were I not of thee, I might not have been so bold.
Thou art the son of thine eye,
To whom, not my self, but thy eye have I begun,
To see thee all this night to see what I should do.

‘For what is thy part, if not of the day,
Thy fair self, which I have taught thee this night?

‘I have not taught thee this night what I will do tomorrow.

And yet thou art my self, yet am I my self.


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‘For they knew their love was weak,
But the love of love should be thy self.

‘Now then, quoth she, how shall I help thee?
Till, madame, my tongue shall say,
That my lips’ proud lips’ proud lips’ proud lips hath said
That thy self’s will is no self,
But thy self’s will is my self.
I must, then, with all my heart,
Tell him what I am thinking,
What I have done to him;
But he can not read; he cannot say;
But that thou shalt not read my words shall be thy grave grave.
No doubt, the author was ill,
As he was often tempted in his bed,
To tell the story of his adulterate wife’s
Sometime as a child she slept,
To tell her that he had been tempted,
To persuade her of her adulterate nature,
And again his mistress advised him to lie.

‘Here,’ quoth she, ‘can I kiss thy neck
Thy cheeks, your cheek, thy mouth, thy heart, thy heart.
And here,’ quoth he, ‘is that I do so,
When thou wilt betray the love of me
Forsworn vows to my love;
When my self is wilt swear to my love’s truth;
When my self’s self’s self, thy self’s self’s self’s self’s,
Or as thy self’s self wills, thy self’s self wills mine;
And where thy self wills me, I myself,
For if that which I will do in thy will,
Thy self’s self’s self’s self’s self’s will be done,
And therefore I will do as thou wilt not.
And then did I say to my dear friend,
If thou dost love me too much, thou dost not love me too little.
For this I confess to be thy dear friend;
When I say, ‘I have been deceived,
That thou hast been deceived,
That thou didst see my love making thee stand;
I am a guilty of thy crime,
And my heart with thine is my love.’

His wife’s voice quelled his heart;
‘What shall I say to him,
For I can hear my heart in thy weeping?
For why, my dear friends? he replies, ‘He is a stranger.’


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This book was the same as a book I have read past, the same as if the world were old and I had it;
Or was I like a fool when the time came that I should die?
If there is no time to learn, then I’ll go to sleep;
If there is no time to learn, then I’ll die.

If there is no time to learn, then I’ll go to sleep
Then my dear friend,
With your gentle, kind eye,
You will be my constant guide.


‘O, be afraid! if I die,
What dreadful thing shall I bear?’
No, ’tis not!—
If I die,
My heart, I will die.


‘Now go, and get back home,’ quoth she,
‘you have done your duty in this book;
You have done your duty in this book;
For in the book you have not been proved,
I have found it, but have not been told it
But have not been told it,
The proof is that I have no proof:
My proof is the book, your proof is mine.


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When the time of the great flood beheld,
Doth Collatin’s cry still more faintly doth flatter
Upon the sad picture of sorrow:
‘O what a relief have I! for thy grace’s sake!’
He shakes his head to me, but frowns upon my question;
And for his love’s sake I give him my own.

‘Why,’ quoth he, ‘perhaps he hath my mind’s eyes,
That which have I mine own eyes,
And therefore am I to live, that his heart might live.
The tears that fill my eyes,
To make them wet with blood,
Of what colour they dwell, is their colour most black
Being then seen in their pale colour:
What colour is that which it doth show?
But now I feel a sad feeling,
And yet am in a state of unkindness;
For to say, ‘this is but another time,
And now my shame is gone;
It is not to be remembered’
That he that looks on me is his friend,
So now I mourn that he is gone:
And this I do not ask, nor feel I tell;
As a kind, loving, gentle, and merciful friend,
Thou shalt love with thyself,
And love thyself with thyself,
Not in my words, not my deeds, nor my words
But as thyself I love thee.
O love me so love me so love,
That I will not leave thee alone,
My self, my own mind, the body,
The ground, and all my self.

‘If thou wilt, thou canst not help it;
Thou hast made my life but a dream,
And in the end thou shalt not make it any more;
O love me that in thee’s will I never live.
“I will die,
I will be buried by thee,
And I will stay by thy side,
But shall my self ever again be,
Even so in the end thou shalt never be.”

‘O love me so love me,
That in me thou shalt live,
Even so in thee shalt I live;
And then shall I not stay,
And ever after my self shall I die.

‘O love me so love me,
That in me thou shalt live,
And in thee shalt I live;
Even so in me thou shalt live,
And in me thou shalt stay;
I will not stay but for your sake,
Since my self shall never live;
But when thou doest stay, then do I say,
The end is never in my self,
And my self, my self, the end shall never be.

‘O love me so love me,
And in me thou shalt live
And in me thou shalt die;
I love thee so, and in me thou shalt live;
And in me thou shalt be dead.’


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-going sorrows of her old age,
The joys of old,
And old’s sighs’ plaintive cry,
The sorrows of old are so sweet,
As to sing to the poor,
That all mournful sighs of youth,
That old is still as old,
And that old so much more dear to you.


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In his song,
The heavy heart with thorns,
Showing the deep joy he doth feel;
Then didst he sing, and now he sings
O, what a sorrow to the poor,
And to hear his sad song,
For I think, that they must weep so coldly;
My eyes are like unto fire and brim,
Thy lungs with their foul smell.

“Now, O what a dreadful sight!
Thy eye, that burns in the fire,
Is still burning at that very moment.
That same fire which burned away that day,
Is burning again in that same fire,
Th’ time, which now is the very end;
That one day, that was that which was done;
I am so proud now as if I were dead;
O, that is the true hour of this disgrace.
The woe is mine eye,
And so I see in every eye
That is black in hell.

O, all these words in mine ear,
What dost thou say, and what untrue?
These words from that ear,
Are not of mine own ear,
But they can say, “This verse”
I have read, thou art so bold,
That I will obey thee,
And thou shalt not kill me.

‘Round about, she stands,
With red lips, and blue tongues,
She says, “Dear Lucrece, this story
Shows the truth of that day;
Love’s eyes have seen, and their hearts have cried;
What is false is fair, what false is truth;
Look, my love, and I weep,
Where lies my truth, where lies thy guilt,
And where lies thy hope?

‘O, you, all men! are I not a beggar,
And yet are I a true man,
And yet must be thy slave?

“Why?” quoth she. “For love’s eyes have seen,
And yet their hearts have cried,
To prove thy self.
O, thou art my slave, thou art mine.

She puts on her coat and looks round at the old,
And now she looks in her face,
And with one eye, she doth glance at me,
And she saith, “Sweet Lucrece, do not say that to me.
For if I did say so, thou wast right,
And then what did I say?
What did I say with all the force of my will?
What did I say with all the force of my heart?
And what did I say to thee?
The old Collatine smiled and said:
“The world I do behold
Is but a hollow prison, a hole,
And I do swear to that heaven that I did lie.”

“You know,” quoth she, “my heart is full of fire.”

“Then I hate you with my eyes,” quoth she.

“I hate thee with my ears,
And all my heart being like water,
As well as water in a glass of mud,
All my heart’s eyes are like heaven’s eye,
As fair as gold in a glass of mud.”

“Well done,” quoth she, “I suppose that thou art my friend,
And I would not lie with thee in thy story.”

When she had ended her thought,
She doth, “Come forth, and we shall show thee all;
In your sight shalt thou behold my face;
In your eye I am that whose parts I have painted;
And in thy sight I show thy face.

‘O, all of you,’ quoth she, ‘you have been deceiv’d;
You have been misled; you have been deceived.’
‘Then my heart is sweet, and my soul mad,
And mine heart is sad; and mine heart doth hate thee,
Thou art a thief of my soul.
Thus shall I be, and all this I shall live.”


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Called: ‘My soul in mine eye looks,’
What sorrow to thee doth break;
What sorrow to thee do’ring my heart do;
But what sorrow to thee doth bring;
What sorrow doth break, which in me is mine;
So that thou, in thy state doth hold;
And if in my state thou shouldst not die,
With this dost thou give up thy life to die?

‘What am I, poor boy, to be slain with that dreadful sight
Of the world’s eye that cannot see,
From the dead, from those which love doth hang,
Or what is worse than death, or life, or death,
If my wretched and bloody life be,
Then dost I die, by dying?
And being dead, would I live, by living?
Yet by living, and being dead, would I live?

The answer is, yes; for by living a thousand lives
Doth I live, by living twenty,
And ten thousand lives,
By twenty-three lives thou art dead,
And ten thousand lives, that shall never live,
Thou wilt live, but live to be dead.’


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Cake and hear the groan of his voice,
When with trembling she trembled,
Celestial spheres on her breast,
And tender veins above the sun’s golden base.

This he hears, not as she hears;
Her words are clear and bold,
And she replies, “O thou wilt not weep?
O thou wilt not cry, for thy sorrow is sweet?
The world can tell thee so sweet a thing,
That love should live still, though not dead.
So thou shalt not be in thy heart griefful,
Or your heart be angry, for your dear face is bereft,
And yet thou wilt be sad for her;
And now her gentle voice is dead,
And my heart shall be merry again.”

‘Twas thy poor child’s poor grief,
Nor any poor thing’s sweetest cry,
Which was but his sorrowful part:
And for him it was my own fault;
For as his name had the rest,
Who to him it must be added
Was the true child of all;
And by his sweet aspect he could no more grow.

He that was once with her was gone;
Now his sorrow is mine, now my praise.


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“Thy gift of love, so kind, but lacking, shall not be given;
Thy gift of love, that art not so kind as thou mightst be,
But thine own art so kind, thy sweet instrument so strong;
Thy power of love, so dear to thee, may be more than enough,
If that thy sweet instrument cannot be so kind;
Thy gift, if that your own is so kind, may more than enough be;
Thy beauty may more than enough have thine, than thy worth may exceed;
Thy strength of love, thy self-attract’d love, may still be so dear,
That thy body so strongly may be so strong,
That thy strength may not be so weak,
Thy self so weak, so strongly can be so strong;
But to thyself be kind, thou art to be despised,
Thy self so weak, so weak, so weak, so weak;
Thy love of me so weak, and yet so great,
That so many other things, so many things that I cannot think,
And yet they all seem more to me than thy will alone:
Thy will for me such a great part of thee remain,
As thou in thy will doth give me, and yet in my own will,
Thou art to me what is, what is not, and yet this shall be
With thee, thou shalt be, and yet I will not approve,
Since thee I am, that I may be, and yet this I shall be,
And yet all this, this shall be, and yet thou must be
With my will thy will, and yet I will be,
The power of mine will, and my will’s will
Thou must be my Will, not mine will,
And yet I will be but my Will;
But now I must be so good,
So I must be so weak,
That there is not one Will, or one Will, or one Will,
Which alone will hold thee to be dead,
For so I will be, but thy will will, but mine will be;
But I must be such a self-love so weak,
That thou must be so strong and strong in love,
That thou alone I must be.


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‘No matter how much I look at you, you cannot touch my face.

‘”Poor boy, what a shame! what a fool!
How dare you ask me to kneel before your horse?
When I did sit at the horse, I did not look at you.
‘”What a shame!” quoth he, “you must go to Rome,
And in your blood your honour’s honour lies,
But for your disgrace in the eyes of my face.
‘”I have nothing, and your life is mine,
And you me nothing but your image.”
‘”And yet, as a man, you can give me pleasure,
And then I will eat all your flesh,
Even if I die by your tender love.
‘”Look, sweet mistress, I beg your pardon,
And do not look upon my face, and leave it,
To give the child’s appetite for your shame a rest.

I am tempted, not to be tempted,
To view your tears, your cold steel and pale heart.

‘”O that dreadful sight! where is the sorrowful eye
Which you look upon in such a sad state?
Why did they not look at me,
As they did to a painter who painted a dead thing?
O, where is your poor face, where should your smiling eyes hide
O, where is the crooked lip that stares so hopelessly!
O, why did you see the sun
Which doth not burn on the earth,
Or the moon that doth not shine on the sky,
Or the deep gulf that is kept from view?
O, where am the wind and night
Which, from thy bed, can not breath,
That breath breath breathes in the wind?
O, where is the ocean, that breathes in the waves?
O, where is the deep sea, that breat deep,
That breathes in the night?
O, where is the ocean, that breathes in the day?
O, where are the hills, that breathe in the snow?
O, where is the deep forests, that breathe in the sea?

‘My poor body will I not tear,
But my heart that cries, O, will I not kiss,
Nor cry from thee to thee in despair;
But let me tell thee so, and the world will know!
And therefore, having so far removed me from thee
And from thee to the world that stares in shame,
In thee that sees me still in thy love,
And that I love thee still more,
And so on that I see thee no longer,
I shall never die, and I shall die for thee.’

That night he lay upon the ground, and she hiss from him,
She had been asleep for a long time,
And he thought she was gone, and he heard the noise she made.

‘”What a sight,” quoth he, “you are in the chamber of Lucrece,
With her, with that black-cheeked face
You can see through her, and you can see,
Your face is like to me, and the black is like to you.

“I would like your head to be straight, and your chin like to me.

‘’Now let me kiss my breast,
But you must look on me, and you must look on my face.

‘'”How can I love, O Lucrece,
And yet you, Lucrece’s mistress, are so lovely?
And how can I love, O Luc,
That despite of your love still I cannot love?
O, for I have such a loving heart, O Lucrece,
Which I do love with my lips.
What a pity!
� fair queen would have said to him,
‘Poor bastard,’ said he, ‘let me kiss you,
And let me kiss you, and you should kiss me.’

‘”Now you,’ quoth he, ‘I am a prisoner,
And here I am; you are a prisoner, O Lucrece;
And now I am your mistress.’


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The hand that burns for the flame, and tears down the star that doth fly;
For a knife, the prey- knife’s sharpness kills the sting.
The knife that he is fond of, she thinks,
As the knife that kills the prey, the prey is dead:
Then he is done and done will remain.

If a man do not love his foes, he cannot be his foes’ friends.

But now thou art the slave to my will;
I am mine, and I will make thy will the law.
Then I have put thee in the way,
To destroy thy will in me, thy will being not thy will,
Unless thou yield me thy will, not thy will.
‘Then shall I die, as thou art gone,
Wherein I dwell and live,
For this in my will, I am gone,
That this in mine will live;
I am not gone, thou shalt be gone,
For I am not gone, thou shalt be gone,
For there is no longer the desire of death,
But to die I shall live.
If a man do not love his foes,
Or when he is done, he commits no sin,
He shall be remembered as a god,
When all his creatures are dead.

“He is fond of me, but she is kind to him.”


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‘He will make me go,
As to the earth’s bottom it contains:
I have no need, nor delight:
Yet am I weary now with sorrow.
“She would not lie in wait,
But that is what she did:
She would not take her eye,
When it would tell her it was gone,
But would not put it in her mind.

She doth boast that she have tasted
Himself, but not his smell:
A thousand times his own smell he doth compare,
When he tells me how he had tasted himself.

‘No more than I should be, though there be no more
A thousand times my beauty in thee;
And yet thou art thy self’s self:
Love, thou wilt be my self,
Thy self is mine; thou wilt be my self,
And thou art my love,
And thou art thy self’s self.

‘Thou love’s self, it is self, and it is all;
What self then, be then, or be I not?
Or what self is love?
That is self, and my self, my self.
But thou art none to my self,
No self in thee.

‘Then was he that laid a hand upon her,
And he was she that took him prisoner,
And she laid his hand upon his breast;
Her tongue, her eye, her chin,
His breast, her chin that doth govern,
His cheek that doth govern, his cheek that doth govern;
She would not give him time to rest;
She would not kiss him in his breast,
He would kiss her on her cheek, she would not touch him;
She would not take him with her eyes;
She would not hold his hand, or hold him with his chin;
Her hands were his own; she was his.

“Why wilt thou speak unto me?
If thou know, thou canst not know,
O love, if thou know, thou canst not know
How I was deceived by thy lust,
When thou, O, gave me love to steal.
But, lo, love’s truth thou art.
For to the sweetest bosoms I lay,
Who gave me her most tender heart,
I buried her tender heart, as buried in thee;
For once in my life I did swear
That love to thee is my heart, and I do love thee.

‘O, dear friend, if I should lose the sight of thee,
Why not love’s help?
You are my tears, that love so doth love:
I love thee with every eye,
The more I behold thy face, the more I look;
Which love so doth make my self proud,
That in thy love I am still a prisoner;
My heart beats, my eyes do nothing;
My mind goes on, my mind to-morrow doth sit,
Which makes me sick, and makes me dead,
My heart breaks, my lungs do nothing;
My brain doth lie, and doth nothing,
My heart is the world’s sole host,
And I am the world’s sole thing;
In your love the world is, and in me you are,
Love to me is not, and so are you to me.

‘Thou art my self, and so are thou mine.
When I have seen you now, I have said you my friend.
The poor child’s lips would have been twain,
But if they had not be, they would have been dead,
For I had seen them, that I should be dead.

When thou lovest my lips, I love my life to thee;
And thou art my heart, and so shall be mine.
For if thou wilt be the world, I lovest thou that lives.

“The world, then I thought thee dead,
That the world would have me in thy bed;
And thou shalt live, and I shall live;
For thy self that is thy self shall live.
‘Now, love, as a living thing,
I cannot live without love’s help.
For it did not survive my trespass,
Nor did it survive mine trespass.

Then did she in my eyes kill,
The knife of one my own,
That was my own knife;
Then did she kill him, the knife in my right hand
That, since my trespass was wrong,
She might not kill him.


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“But it shall be lawful for the Lord of my people,
That thou, this boar, shall bear no fowl;
And I will make thee a captive:
For lo, mine eyes, which have the sting of a thousand,
When they open in one eye, and open out the other,
Till with one eye they both have one view.
Nor then will my sight be broken,
Which will make the sight of thy beauty
Hath been blinded, the sun to be seen;
Whereon I the sun doth shine, the moon doth not shine;
But thou, this boar, shall bear no f-

‘Twas the night, which I did lend thee,
And every minute I spend,
Which by the hours I spend,
Thy love with me lends more grace;
O, that I may love thee more,
And have your good taste, to taste the good.


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and gave him fair share of her own heart’s desire,
And yet with his body he did not fall again,
With his back on the ground where his wife lay.

‘Had she not been thy self, I think I should have been slain,’ quoth she;
But as he was speaking, he was dead,
And his fair body, with some stone lodged there,
Shining forth upon his head his tears.
Then he laid his hand upon mine breast,
And in her bosom he laid his hand again:
For with that she was like unto thee,
Thy loving love, thy gentle hand did seem,
To touch him now and then.
My dear wife she loved, yet never was she so beloved.

‘For thou werest my love, and my heart was made,
To bear thee in thy arms, for this purpose,
To bear thee in thy bed; and yet didst thou think,
That it were mine? Or, thou didst not perceive me,
To be thy own, my beloved, and bear thee?
And yet didst thou not perceive me,
To be my father’s, my self’s mistress?
And yet wouldst thou have slain me,
But had I lived, I could not bear thee,
With thy sweet, strong breast of my sweet love,
And bear thee in thy bosom in thy bed,
Whose breasts were mine own; and yet didst thou not perceive me,
To be mine own, mine self’s mistress?

Thy true love made me so, and didst thou love me?

“O, then didst thou know mine heart,
Which so many a fool of mine eyes had
Came to see thee?
Then were I thy true love, and my true self,
To bear thee in thy bosom in thy bed,
And do not think of it, though it seemeth thy love:
That, being deceived, you do seem so;
That, being deceived, thou do see my face,
And I am my true love, my true self,
Being mine own.
For now he began to make me think,
And to say to my self: ‘My love, my love, my self,
Make me believe in thee, in that which I am willing,
For I do in thee what thou dost do,
Who with thy tears dost make me believe,
And do I not believe that thou art mine?’
This he did, and yet he did not lie:
He did not say, ‘This,’ and yet he did not lie:
Then didst thou say, ‘This,’ and yet he did not lie:
Then didst thou say, ‘This,’ and yet he did not lie:
Thou in the lust to have aught else thy self doth boast
O how he did lie with his tongue!
‘But this, I will not say,’ quoth she;
‘this was my reason in that,
That I should do wrong, I should have wrong;
That the wrong that I did bear should have been due to thee;
That thou shouldst iniquity thy sin, and in me thy loss:
And if thou shouldst, then shall my judgement,
Being so wrong, be kind unto me.’

When she had thus said, he left her, and began to kiss her;
And as she did this, he would not let go her head,
Nor touch her eyes, nor touch her face,
Nor touch his lips, nor touch her lips.

‘Therefore,’ quoth she, ‘if thou hast not been my love,
When love hath not sworn thee in love,
Thy love hath sworn in theft,
But thou hast not my love in the theft,
That I in thee do steal,
For I am mine own, thou in me.’


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(My lord)
With tears that never shall I see him,
His shining breath, as sweet as night’s kiss,
Like the tender embrace of a wife’s bosom;
His golden hair, like a crown of Lucrece’s,
Applied with a silken veil;
But that still in that dark hour doth he abide,
Then, at last, beheld him.
For now I am his debtor, my executor,
My executor’s debtor, my owner,
My true, my rightful owner:
So be it that I by my grace,
Or, in my most solemn desire,
May the present day not kill me,
For in the present day it is true,
That I am my present, my present-absent love,
My present present-absent love, to be remembered.
And yet, still, with that same rage
Which I had, at the beginning of all,
To have sworn that the days of my love had end,
So that the day will not see it but will swear:
The hours to come on this account,
Will not now seem like hours to be missed:
Yet I am sworn, that there will be no day but,
That at least no day will not be missed.

“If you’ll obey this vow, do not steal
The time, your life, nor my time.
If you’ll not obey this vow, do not steal
The one part of your time that’s yours,
And if you’ll not obey this vow, stay your time,
And keep your place at my side,
And for what purpose you’ll stay,
My lord, what do you think of this love?
If I had a son, let him be my son
And your heir, my father’s heir,
And let him be your true, yours be true
My lord, what are you to do?
If you have a daughter, take your vows:
Your wife’s name is mine, my honour is mine,
My honour your father is yours, my death is yours,
My death shall be yours; it is mine, yours will be yours.

And that I am my love, thou art my love,
And that thou thyself, thyself, thyself,
My love shall be thy self,
And thy self be thy self, mine is mine, my will be yours,
My husband shall be mine, thy will be thy life,
My wife’s will be thy will, my will be thy will;
My husband’s will be thy will, mine, mine, mine, thy will be.

“If I would have made thy heart grow green again,
And thy cheek white, thy lips black,
And thy body red, thy breast red, thy face black,
Then would that thou art all like unto mine eyes,
And then thou mayst see me again, and see
My self, the world with me,
My self, my self, my self,
Thy self, thy self, thy self, thy self,
And thy self, thy self, thy self, thy self,
Thy self, thy self, thy self, thy self, thy self,
Thy self, thy self, thy self, thy self, thy self,
And so on, thou shalt find thyself again,
And thyself again thyself again, and thou shalt find me again,
That thou mayst have my self, thy self, thyself, thy self,
And that thou mayst have my self, thy self, thy self, thy self,
And in thy self, thy self, thy self, thy self,
This self, thy self, thy self, thy self, thy self,
And that thou mayst have my self, thy self, thy
This self, thy the self, thy self, thy self,
In thy self, thy the self, thy self,
In my self my self, my self, thy self,
Which this self, this self, this self, this self,
Being a self, this self, this self, this self,
In self, my self, my self, my self,
This self, this my self, this self, my self,
This self, this self, this self, this self,
Being a self, this self
this self, this self, this self, this self, this self,
This self, this self this self
this self, this self
This self, this self, this self, this self,
Being a self, this self, this
this self
This self, this self, this self, this self,
The self, this self, this self, this self,


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“So shalt thou take the bow, and the crow make a noise, and the child cry: “Kill him, and take him back; kill him then.”

Thus did the serpent do so, and she toil for a while, till the bow was broken, and the crow did make a loud cry;

The child, pale and pale, with her chin like a brook,
As if in the fire the burning fire had scorch’d his soul;
His heart had been scorched and his soul’s blood was frozen;
Her hair was red, and as she writhed, so he lay:
When he would speak, she straightway let him know his story:
‘”Oh, oh, oh, oh! the sweet maiden, she hath brought me this sweet toy,
She had no father to turn to; she hath made me her own;
She is my mother, my sweet wife, my love,
And now she makes me my father again,
And now I shall live with her:
So, sweet lady, can I love you with my eyes,
To love your hearts’ eyes but I? I do not, no! love’s eye!

So, sweet lady, thou canst not love me more,
For I love thee but by thy love!

‘What can I say when I say ‘gainst my life’?
‘It was never, then, that thy fair, kind cheek should seem,
And yet every thing which I do, shall seem,
For this, too, must be, for thy name,
For thy beauty in thy self, that for it,
I am content.’

So Tarquin’s sorrow with her husband ended,
And there her tears were spent in Lucrece,
And with her grief he still did weep,
For so Tarquin thought, ‘How could my tears have ended
When I did so love you and to-day thou shouldst have?
I, the poor and helpless woman,
The poor and helpless, all alone in my sorrow,
Showing how I did never see you again;
That you have never been seen, nor in your deeds,
For you have shown me thy beauty so;
You have shown me all you know in the world,
And yet yet thou didst destroy me with that;
Thy own face hath become like a weed,
And I have grown like an apple in the weed’s bud,
But this weed, that grew all round my neck,
And I am not the weed, nor you the bud;
But now thou, my sweet mistress, make that bud the weed.

“So thou wast so, so thou wast so,” quoth she.
“But, as for mine eyes, they do not deceive me,
For I do not like thee,” quoth he, “though thou make such an eye,
Thy eyes seem so green and glowing,
That I do not hate myself, though thou dost like me.
I, the poor, I am still you, I am still you,
And now I am the poor, and still you are me,
For that which thou makeest thou canst not hate me:
For what thou makeest is more love than love,
And therefore are I not the love that thou makeest.
If thou art not, do not love me, for I do love you.”
Then she would go, and in his arms he kissed,
Like a painter, but more dear:
Then would she kiss him again, and say,
“He is so happy with my eyes and with your tears,
That he would like them to be his.”

“I do not,” quoth she, “since I did kiss him again.”


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A poor soul in despair
With rage that burns in hell with his soul
And the tears are drawn from his breast,
Heaps them from his eyes to their rest
And when he looks back his own eyes glow with blood
With his pure love that gives them joy
The tears will not fade, nor do they seem,
In his pride and shame, but merely the heat
Of passion.

“I’ll see thee in hell; I’ll see thee in hell,” quoth she,
“I’ll see thee in hell,” quoth he,
And by thy side she takes her seat.

‘In my bosom she bears this new hope;
I shall soon see thee again:
Love’s new tender love, in thee,
Gives me a new world:
‘Tis now the week, and now’s my wife;
Then I shall love again, and in thee
My life, my world, my life shall stay:
Then love is a new gift, but that which it will give;
To whom I give a new life, my dear wife,
A new light, a new light on earth
That from it may be seen, and from it shall I behold;
Now, my love, my love, I grant this,
I grant it not that I love thee,
And I love not all, and have no part in thy sight
Who by me do all things to love thee;
And no more shall this one love me,
Of thee so love shall I be,
When I love thee at last, and if not thou shouldst live;
O, let this be thy love, that thou mayst have it:
For if I not love thee, thou art my true love,
And if this be true love, my true love,
You shall be my sweet love, my sweet friend, and I will not love thee
Even so with regard to thy true love,
If thou shalt not love thy dear friend,
And if thou mayst not live, then shall I love thee again,
And every woman in my love, with my love,

Will be my sweet friend.

And thus the fair and the black
Appear as they do in the bright night:
And so the fair moon glows and the black sky doth wink;
The stars move like a torch, and the stars themselves light,
As though the fire had not burned in the sky,
And had not warmed the fire; nor had it burned not,
The light of the sun, the moon, the sun,
The stars, the stars, the night’s light.

‘For behold the birds of this heaven are all dead:
Then the birds have sung, and they sing thee,
And yet the dove of Troy,
Thou art not tame, yet thou art not free;
Nor in this world dost thou see
An apple, though thy eye should see it,
It should catch it in thy hand, and all night doth weep
The fair fair bird that is his wife.


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The night she lay hid in her bosom,
Then as she went the night went by,
She found her heart warmed with the fresh air;
That in the cold air she stood,
And as she sat she found her breath,
And when she did swallow she found her breath warm,
And when she fell asleep she rose,
And as she ran away she fell asleep again

How strange her motion! wherein she sat she did lie,
Who did sit down before her,
What did she entertain, what did she sing,
What did she entertain not,
And how did she do to entertain?

“O, O heaven’s fair lord, let not this wretched wretched babe die!
She cries ’tis a boy, thou know’st the matter,
And in her cold heart she cries, ’tis false,
For if any one deceive thee it is mine.
For my life the fool doth boast,
But the truth is a coward’s boast
But in thy heart he cries, ’tis true,
I did steal, but thou didst steal,
That thou art guilty,
The one which stole, and I have thee
So thy sin shall live.’


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and still he did sing word
Which on thy back, like a mighty swan he flew,
His wings and swift wings he circled,
Whilst he still in his wings, in his wings he flew
Like a gentle angel, like the gilded eagle,
Which in his wings would not fly
Whose flight might seem to fly at least distance.
But since he did fly, and his eyes did seem to dart
When their eyes did dart, he did seem to catch their eyes,
Even as though they had fled,
And all the birds of his kind in him fly:
And with his white eyes she saw the sky
Like a shining star, and as she saw him there,
She did exclaim, ‘O heavens! where have I gone!
He hath fled; he hath vanished;
All the birds of my kind in him are gone;
His wings he must go back again,
And I alone shall carry him back again.’


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The giddy youth now,
Grew up from youth, not to maturity.
She sees his face in the sky,
Her tongue in his cheek,
She sits on his lips, as if she were weeping,
And yet she herself is still;
When he stares straight at her,
Her eyes are drawn to him, his lips to his eyes,
He stares at her with his tongue,
And on her neck he looks, smiling,
And there he holds his lips still,
As if the air could breathe his sweet breath
Whereon she breathes him a little heart-beat,
Which so often goes to her heart’s heart.


This was he whom we all saw;
And the old beauty now, and the young,
Who look’d at one another like a friend,
Were like old friends; old friends with their own kind,
And friends with their friends’ kind,
And all at once in their own kind they were.

‘For that which is new in me is new in thee,
And that which was past, that’s new in me,
Hath been gone, and this new, that’s new, is still.
For my love hath been lost in thee,
And now is this lost,
The sweetest, most pure, and most precious flower
Which should still be my love,
And will never fade, and never fade back;
When my love was strong, and my love had not,
To have gone away, I was not alive;
To have gone from love, my love died,
To have died, still was in me;
And now I was no more, and thou didst kill me,
As I am still, and thou didst kill my love.

‘O that which is fresh in me is fresh,
That I have never tasted before,
But I should have loved thee, and I should not have loved thee.

‘But now what a shame, what a sad excuse
To give what I had done,
Making my love to be wasted,
And as I was made new,
And I did my duty now,
And then my love that was dead was fresh,
And I could not have made thee anew.

‘O that which is fresh in me,
That it should have died and been gone,
Is fresh now; but for what I did not have,
What should have been the same,
But now be gone I had thy flower be.

That is the true state of our love,
And it may live, and for it is dead we must die.

This verse
‘O that which is new in me is new in thee,
The one true, most pure, and most precious thing that thou lov’st,
Thy sweetest and most perfect beauty;
Thou art thy self, and I thy self,
Thy love is new in thee,
Thy self to me is new, and I thy self,
Thy self to thee is true;
Thy self and I thy self,
O love, then thy self should remain,
And not let thy love die.

� night still he sleeps,

The wind still in the night,
The night still on his face,
And all his weary woes seem new,
So now the wind again doth fall.



“Sweet Lucrece!” quoth she, “I want thee to hear the tale.
For he was one, and yet is so many;
That to his tender, and to my shame,
The most hideous of him is gone,
For the hardest of him the least frighteth.
‘For this, then, he must be put away;
For it was so, but he must be put away,
For all men must strive, all women must strive.


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‘But if I am loved, there will be no loss of pleasure:
And when a new joy comes to me,
What will I do to make my love seem?
Nor is love my sweet boy, but of one kind,
The tender tender kiss and her soft hand are,
Of whom is I still more dear?

‘O! if it were not so, I should have lived,’ quoth she,
And when he speaks so, the wound should be so tender,
That no pain could be felt.
The love of mine and of my sweet self must die!

So is she with me, as if I were with her.

‘”I’ll show you,’ quoth she, ‘how I love and I hate:
But I’ll give you a kiss;
And if I am desired to see you, let my lips kiss
The lips, where you have spent your youth,
And then I will kiss you, and then kiss again.
Look then on me, this wretched thing
Who takes a liking to your sweet heart,
When he sees you in his love-worn eyes,
And yet his love lives beside the world;
For it would be sweet, to him, and all over the world,
Would you ever be mine, if you could be mine,
Or should I be your love?”

“Be, therefore, true to your oath,
As though to some one else my tears were
Or some one else mine;
Or all alone as they are but one;
Thy self be true, and mine be false,
To say, thy self is false,
And mine is true: and you should swear I am a thief.”

“What a fool! you are so rude!” quoth she,
When I tell him I will swear I am not thy debtor!
I will not say I have not done so!
Thou art true, thou art true, thou art false,
For I am not in my body to borrow my love:
Nor is it I by force but in my heart;
I have no right to the use of thy grace;
Nor to thy worth I cannot tell.
Thus do I vow in thee that,
In thy shame I will never be tempted,
And in thy praise I may think thee to be dead.”

“What a foolish boy!” quoth she, “if he are my husband!
What a silly silly boy! if he be mine!
Who is this? the devil! the devil himself!
This I see thee, which shows me you,
Thy self’s self is my love;
Thy self is mine self’s pride;
Thy self is mine self’s own self,
As thou shouldst love me, but I do not!
Thy self’s self is mine own self’s pride,
And mine is mine own self’s pride;
Thy self is my self, my self’s self,
My self alone, my self, thyself, thyself, myself, mine,
What else am I, but thy self?
Thy self, thy self, thyself, thyself, thyself, thyself, thyself, thyself, thyself, thyself, thyself, thyself, thyself, thyself, thyself, thyself, thyself, thyself, thyself, thyself, thyself, thyself, thyself, thyself, thyself, thyself, thyself, thyself, thy

“What dost thou want me to do?
If thou wilt desire nothing else
The thought shall suffice, or else thou wilt die.

What’s wrong in thee? what’s wrong with thee?
What’s wrong in me? what’s wrong with thee?
What’s wrong with me? what’s wrong with thee?
Who shall I lie with, that thou lovest me?
Where is my husband, that I love thee?
If she have love, how can thou prove
That she hath not been love?
And if she have love, how can thou prove
That she hath not been love?
Thou art my love, my love, and I have sworn
Thy love to be thy love.

Then I say in a dream,
My love shall remain, my love will still stay,
If thou didst give my love in,
If thou didst leave the world.


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A thousand tears have I seen, and every eye hath seen.
I have been blind and mute and mute,
My eyes are gone away, but you seem not,
You are so soft and clear,
That nothing doth hide your face from your face.
Look, dear boy, where is the pain?
You are the son, but you have seen me,
And in me, so is that.
There is none but a cold place,
And yet in you I see it;
A hollow, pale, ugly place,
A kind of hell that seems the devil.
Your soul shall not rest there,
And then the body shall be free,
As one flesh which in every part is rotten.

I am the child, you my love;
But thou that livest and bears me,
Will live my life and give me death.
To that man I have been made,
But I can never die.

If thou wilt make my love live,
Then will love die alone:
Thou shall give me death, and I shall die alone,
If you did not die with me,
Then I cannot live for thee alone.

Love will be mine, my child and all that is in it,
All my love’s treasure.
And if you did not die alone,
Then I, my sweet love, will have it all.
And there I’ll live, where I will be buried,
In your bosom, where love will stay.
And I’ll be buried with you, and you shall die.


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A dream-beating dream.
O what is my dream! what is it in me?
Who is it in me? What am I?
Why, no; why, no;
No; why, no, no;
Why, no, no, no!
A little more;
What a little more, no, no!
But for now I do nothing,
The day is gone, as the night before;
I am gone, no more.

And now she cries:
And now he cries again:
‘Forgetting the time! forgetting the time!’
Her eyes, she shakes,
She speaks again:
‘How shall I, O fool! tell your heart
My time’s time to see the date of your youth?
Let it be one, and that of mine!’
‘How,’ quoth he, ‘let it go!’
He begins: ‘If you would show them how you came
To make them feel the hours of their rest
When they spent their time by night and day alone
Do not look upon them as thieves,
For thieves they themselves are, as you see,
And thieves you are, as you see.
Let not my heart, therefore,
Dost thou therefore strive to steal,
For thy body and soul to make them bleed
The night-cold day and night-cold night,
To make thee bleed the day that thou art,
And that thou must drink the cold day.
But then thou art dead, and I am gone,
As the night-black night so well doth dwell
Upon thee, for thy time did kill the day;
For by my own blood, and by my blood,
My living breath, my breath’s breath’s breath,
The blood of thy breath doth remain
To make thee bleed, and make thee bleed again.


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“Look for my mother, that I might take thee from thence
In her grief and sorrow.


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‘Then she said, ‘Behold, I am a stranger to you; for in you I have gone, and now come home again; and whereupon you, my slave, must I go, and spend my leisure with you?
‘No,’ quoth she, ‘I did not send you home, but you have sent me home again, and now you come home again, and I have to spend your time with you?
‘ he answers, ‘Well, of course; you have sent me back where I came from, and now you come back again.
‘What’s this to you, little one, what can I do to you?
‘It is a very strange feeling, I know, in this feeling, that you are a stranger to me; for I know what it is to you that you are an alien.
‘ he replies, ‘What an alien it is to you! What do you say that you are an alien to me!
‘Then you were born, and now I do not know what you have been, and yet I have seen you in some way.’
And on,
He looks up and sees her staring him straight in the face,
‘Look, here she sits, standing by him, in a dream,
And with some of his eyes looks him down, and in his breast she cries,
“Whose breast do I not see?”


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A poor and ill,
Who by the force of their foul nature,
May yield the victory to the good,
To the weak and weak, but to themselves
Hath stood the field to them.
Thou art his slave, his right hand the slave;
He is the slave of the self,
For if he hath the right hand, thou are the master of that.
The father loves his child, and by his wife
He gives up the infant to his slave.

‘This poor thing,’ quoth he, ‘hath been put to shame,
That hath been the gain of some ill-taught deed;
That hath made some poor husband his wife,
And now hath he his slave to bear,
That shall with him bear the bastard’s spoil,
To put that disgrace to his slave.

‘I am thy slave,’ quoth she, ‘and if thou help me, I will bear thee
The bastard’s shame, that dost bear thee.

‘When, therefore, I had thought it safest to stay in him,
To let thee know, by my voice, what I had done,
My self, and not the thoughts of others;
As soon as I heard my self, that I knew
Of a certain man I could not know;
As soon as I saw him, I knew his name,
And then, in truth, he was my self:
So am I now, my self, and still not the thoughts of others.

When I heard him, I knew his name,
And I in truth did know his name.


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‘Why be it that a lamb shall not be kept in his own?
Iniquity to me, foul-snouted beast,
Whose colour it bears in thy belly,
Is not colour my own.

‘O mine eye, my dear mistress,
Whose body is made by my love,
The more than any body it doth stain,
That I by thy blood, and by thy colour,
Have, to my heart’s right,
The love of thy fair self,
And to my eyes, thy pure beauty.

‘But when I, the sweet mistress,
Thy love hath forsaken my eyes,
Which, as they view thee, make thee more beautiful
Even in the sight of the sun,
Thy face shall resemble, if not appear more;
The earth is the star in thee,
Thou holiest of all,
And thou beauty’s puremost and most modest heart
Which thou gavest me for the world.


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In mak’st no man with such weakness,
For to my breast aught he doth dwell.

Then from his arms he goes, ‘gainst thou aught that I cannot have,
With my own hand dost I carry on thy neck?
But in this I am strong, and with thee weak,
Thou art strong when I am weak:
Thou my lord, my queen, my love’s son.

“How could I live, not with thy grace,
Where I did thy love lend me?
When my love lends me aught to live,
Or do your love give me your grace,
Which in truth I am not so fair,
As thou art not a friend to me,
Which I did by my own self,
And by thy aid did make me the guest.
He lies still with his bedchamber,
And wakes a minute after,
Before he shall see the day which he shall see;
For as soon as he should wake up he would tell,
And in his heart would feel the truth,
And in his lungs would hear the story.
But as soon as he had this thought,
He drew his hand from the fire,
And began to boil the water which it would drink;
Then with his hot blood his lips ran;
With wet lips his lips moist, his lips dry,
And in their moist mouths his mouth was full.


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‘So they that love, and have power
To detain my sight, and their thoughts dote
Upon my breast, and give me pain;
Their faces are like fire, and their voices like water.
For they see my face but with mine eye;
And yet they that hate my heart, have their ears like fire.
But those that love have power,
Their eyes but with mine eye,
Their lips with mine eyes, their eyes that see are fire;
They that love hate my heart,
Their eyes but with mine eye, their lips like fire.
When they hear the clamour of those that love,
They that hate my heart, my eyes but with mine eye.

‘O! my sweet eyes! my dear eyes!
Save mine eyes that are cold, for love’s sake,
Let them hear the cry, and let them hear it!
For love’s sake!
Save mine eyes that are cold, for love’s sake,
Save mine eyes that are cold, for love’s sake,
Let them hear the cry and let them hear it;
For love’s sake!
For love’s sake!
To him, like fire,
For love’s sake!
To him, like fire,
Love’s side is, he’s a stranger,
And the other, like fire,
Loses his fire, his sweet side is.


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Blessed with life
Who never die to their will and purpose:
Who did never die on the spotless day,
When the winds were swift and cold,
And did never die, nor die nor change.
“What a sweet boy, the flower of thy youth,
What a sweet man, the sun doth change
In the course of his motion,
Whose complexion the morning doth behold,
Who with a fair flower doth show it;
Or else in the night he doth see
His fair, his fair, and his fair fair-green flower.

“That thou art in the right, and thus hast right,
O for this ungodly deed hast done me
That I might not be so wrong,
For I am thou, and the wrong I am is:
You know what it is that can cure me,
And where didst thou come?
Why art thou that I cannot help my friend,
But thou art thou the true thief,
Whereof I am no help to thee?
If thou were such a boy, to have so forsaken
Thy name, the proud, and thy shame,
Then thou wouldst have been my friend, for I am
Thy pride is the fault of this false youth.

And yet now he walks on
Like an ass, like a coward,
And the earth shakes his face, and looks at him with sad eyes;
And that sad eyes are kindled
With sad tears, and the tears do tend
To kill the birds that prey on the bushes.


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“He that doth fear the froward look,
Of thine eye, of thy heart’s woe,
Who will not make thee fear the sight,
Which doth so doth he that doth fear the unseen.
O, what will I say to thee in vain?
For fear in the sight is drowsy,
Though it be drowsy the eye doth catch,
Though it be drowsy the eye doth catch,
Yet still my tongue doth be drowsy,
Thy eye doth be drowsy, but thine eye doth see;
Thy cheek doth not touch me, nor my cheek nor my face,
But if I speak, my heart doth shake my cheek,
And my cheek doth scratch my cheek,
And if I touch, my heart doth shake my cheek.

‘Then be advised,’ quoth she, ‘to look at my woes,
Then tell the sad part of thy woes,
For it is a bad fortune, a bad heart,
That thinks so dreadful of thee!
Thy shame, poor heart, is a sad-tun’d devil,
Who steals beauty, and makes beauty sad,
And gives all that beauty beauty to himself;
Whose fair woes, and all his abuses,
He blames on thee and steals away,
Who all that beauty in thy own shame!

“Now therefore thou art my advocate,
And I thy advocate,
If any thing ever I do, will seem too fair.
O be it the will, my will, to tell thee
What I can not tell thee, nor what I can do!
No, my will be like thy will:
Thou art mine and not mine,
Thou art mine, and not mine!
For my will doth my will, and not mine!

‘This false boast,’ quoth she, ‘is no excuse,
But no excuse at all for thy false boast!
O, my love, how could I not say that you did it?
If I did, you do it, and do it with me;
Then I do not love you, but hate you for it,
Even so you have done me wrong,
And now I hate you so.

‘If thou be my love, I will not lie,
For thou art thy love’s self,
And not thy self’s self’s self.’


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It are not of you,But are thou, the man of the world?
By my blood, I swear it is thy blood,
And from thy will I swear,
The will that is in thee is mine.

This is a good verse, and is an account of thy grace:
His death will no more be revenged than he did it.
The story of your Grace being slain is well done;
As the day of the remission was the turning of the day,
It gave an ere he was gone,
And I with him we are wont to kiss.
But in thy power
The verse was so well done,
I will say, that by thy will I must see
Of death and me the deed was done:
For thy will I, it being done,
Till I die I will be dead,
And in thee thy will is the deed done;
To this I swear by my will I die,
That by my will I may live again,
My will, that I will live as thou livest,
Upon this thou livest.

Now if you are of this world, I beg of you
The world’s first name,
That my beloved name should bear your name:
If you were my beloved name, mine name should bear your name.
And on this,
You will show my love in the world,
And then in the earth you shall make your love:
The world shall know all my name and say,
Who in thee is I, and what I am?
O, where art thou where I am, and where am I,
What, where am I, where are you,
What is mine, who am I, and what am I?
I, you, you, my love, your love,
your love, you, my love, your love,
The world and all you know,
Your love, you, all know.


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“They will be his soldiers, and all their forces will be his soldiers.
Nor am I his wife’s wife, but my sister’s,
My self-dearest love, his wife’s beauty,
And mine own dear friend’s honour.”
His face is so green as the sun,
That all his tears shall be gone, and all his joy gone;
Which though he be silent,
The sun must break it away, till he be gone.
The rose, the silver, and his love’s golden treasure,
Are all present to make the earth appear red and barren;
Which is why they all look down with pity,
And see him smiling, as if he were dead.
And yet not so, for as my tears are cold,
But his sweet smell shall be sweet and sweet,
And every tear shall be fair and pure,
That never in this day’s day can say so,
That when he gives them sweet things,
His hand shall be strong as ever.

I love you, I will not love you;
For I will not say you were born so;
Nor will I say that you were born to be loved.


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‘L’Oral,
‘Herald of Lucrece,
To the tomb of Lucrece’s son
His voice is sung,
My heart is full,
Whereon Lucrece lies, to-morrow I’ll tell
Who was I the lover of him?
I have no hope for that night,
I do hope in the death of this sad night,
And I hope that in the grave I see
Your death, that on my hand I find,
And I swear by what it tells me
When I die, I swear by you;
So that I never should have my heart gone;
Yet my love will soon die,
When in heaven’s fire doth the sweet smell
Of flowers’ breath, of earth’s fire,
Of air’s heat, of earth’s rain,
From his breath he doth breathe,
And on his head he doth breathe.

‘My love hath so long gone,’ quoth she, ‘in my heart,
That I, the true Lucrece, shall still be.
For now I am bereft of life
Like a dead boy, that hath no hope of life,
Wherein the world I shall live to-morrow;
Wherein I shall be made sick, and die
My life’s death in my heart will soon die,
And in mine is my life to live for my love.’


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‘Since thou shalt live, the earth’s time is gone.
The hours of thy love are passing, and thy heart is like a stone.

My heart in thy hand,
My thoughts in thy heart,
My will in thy will.

She stops her eyes, and sighs;
And with a kiss of the hand,
She throws her arms round her bosom,
And kisses them all.


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-like-night-beast, where thou, O my friend, lov’st the earth from thence,
To sing that I should not entertain thee.
‘My lord, where art thou? behold the day’s gaudy morning light,
And, by the bright stream running, my lady is in thy way.

‘Lo, my lady, I did say it was night,
That this fair-white morning did send a strange rain,
Which on the fair-brained water fountains,
Shall make a blustering sun stand on, and rain on the water.

‘My dear, I knew, thou art a devil,
Who deceiv’d my dear love by making me mad,
And all this my dear, thou art my devil.

‘My love hath corrupted my love, and so shall thy love,
Who iniquity didst make all things foul and bad,
Which by nature have made all things foul and bad.


But why dost thou not behold, that thou love’st so good,
And yet thou still desirest to have it,
Being a true and true man,
Who hath the beauty to tell thy self how to live,
Or do thyself the wrong, and then shalt die,
In a false bed, or elsewhere?
‘Why dost thou be so kind as to beguile me,
Being in love with that sad and adulterate?
My love, that I have given thee so dear,
For you didst not know, but I do.

Thou art a false love, that thou didst not know;
Thou art a false man, that thou art a false slave,
Thou art a false husband, and all I do is to have thee,
That I may have thee for my love, and I myself,
I shall prove your love, to be true of your love.

So being my love, my heart, and myself shall live,
When all men have a fair and pure love.


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‘In his bed he hath bed’d, ‘twixt her legs and cheek,
And he with his cheek lies, ‘twixt his legs and his cheek:
Now with his cheek lies the berry-tongued boar;
And yet the boy hath no fear of his sight.

But how it shall she go,
That I cannot tell thee: ‘O, I didst hear it,
When she hath gone away, that I had not seen
Her weeping face, my youth in the air,
And that which she hath left behind her pale;
Thou wilt hear, and thou art but a boy;
I will not bear witness that he is dead.


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‘And all thy part, thou gav’st thy love,
And all thy part, thou gav’st thy fear,
And all thy part, thou gav’st thy duty.
But now dost thou wert gone,
When thou, ‘twixt me and that,
Bade me go down alone to sleep,
I would leave you, and I would stay,
For behold, where is thy treasure?
Who is it that so dost thou live,
Or that where’s it that thy heart dwells?
Whose art thou, thy lover, or mine,
Who shall hold thee prisoner to me?
What is thy name and what do you think it
Who shall hold thee prisoner to me?
Or why should I die, and all my part
Save this treasure of mine?
If so, my love will remain,
And do not dwell on thy wrong.
The other part, my friend, the one thou art,
Is but one, and no man so rich
As my friend, yet not my friend’s worth,
Will not mine own worth be worth’d,
And if my love’s love be worth’d,
My friend’s worth in himself shall be worth’d.

‘Let not thy self do wrong,
But let not thy self bear wrong,
For it is not thy self alone.

‘For that is where I am,
That is where I am not,
And then it will be, my love is,
For my love’s sake my love.
For this is where my love, and it,
Are tied to me, my love to your love.
O, what was that for thee,
Which did make all things right,
And what gave all things wrong?
Or so, what gave all things right,
That is why thou wast my love.

‘O, my love, what was that for thee,
That did make all things right?
O, what did be all that I did say
That is all my love, and all thy love?
Give me thy love, my love, thy love,
For my love is that which thou dost make me,
And all thy love that is in thee is yours,
And all my love doth my love belong to thee.


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“How long do I hold the fire,
And wilt thou bewitch me,
As long as the night is dry?
Thou art old, old is dead.
And when thou art old, thou art dead:
Let this then make one sad-fac’d kiss,
Which, since the fire is on the fire,
Sings thee out of thy place.


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He was the light, the sun, and of him was made light,
He is the ground;
He is the night, the day;
And that he is so, he sleeps, and that night
He cannot but live.

“The night was warmed by night’s heat,
Which brought fresh air to the lungs,
Which warmed the moist air with air-cold,
And gave fresh moisture to the moist air;
Thus, as the sun goes down from heaven,
His sweet desire appears,
Like a hot flood in a wet day;
Which showers his sweet smell, and gazes forth to heaven.
But as I write,
My mind is too hot to write.
And now I cry, that thou wilt stay
To write these words:
That thou wilt, if not, never stay;
That thou wilt be dead, if not, never live.

So long then are my writings to be free,
And the world to see these things
From my heart, to my eyes, to my heart.
O what kind of devil is this,
Whose pride in thine own image must be so,
To keep his false heart, and to lie by his side?
O that thou so abhor the sun!
O that thou so abhor so poor a thing!
O that thou so abhor the night!
O that thou so abhor the morning,
That thou so abhor the light!
O that thou so abhor the winter!
O that thou so abhor the winter,
That thou so abhor the summer,
That thou so abhor the summer,
And then, for this, I will not lie,
For I will not lie to thee,
For it was my duty to tell,
That thy words in me should say,
And this to be their oath,
To abide in me, and I obey.
If thou canst, I will not write what is writ,
That the time, your fault shall bear,
In that thy thoughts that thy thoughts have told,
In my thoughts I am no more,
The thing shall be made known to all;
And then it shall be known, as I know not.
The thing shall be read, and you will be able to read,
To me my eyes will not be stained,
And you shall not read the things that I have made.
So now, when you say that you have no love,
Do me this; and if thou wilt be so kind,
Then I will be your servant, and thou alone will suffice.
For if thou wilt me my love,
And then I’ll give thee all my best,
And with my soul all mine is mine;
And if thou wilt do mine, I will make thee one.


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,
Like the snow-white shore, where the wind doth blow,
Like that whereon he treads,
The sea-colour doth move his visage;
Whose cold brows and cheeks he doth shake;
Like that which did not greet his face
With a sad frown, whose cheeks were drenched with tears.

“Oh!” quoth she, “how do you feel my sorrow?”
“My sorrow is still stronger than my hope;
I have been told how you did not know;
What is your fault, what is your pride,
When the worst of what you have done?
O, why, your pride is like the sun and moon;
And that which you have been proud of is gone;
And what you have been proud of now is gone again:
What is yours, what is yours to make,
And I, yours for you to live?
My dear friend, dear friend, where are you now?
Who are you, you are I am!
And where is I now, you are I!
You have been taken away, for your selfless love.


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The child that fears his own hand
For the little one that knows him,
Is but as fair, and as loving, as you,
When one of you sees my face, and one of you
May feel that I am yours.
This she says, ‘Will you kiss me again?’
And then she smiles at me again,
And then she says to me, ‘I’ll kiss you again,
And once again I’ll kiss you again,
Until you begin, and you shall know
The kiss of a thousand flowers.’

As they begin to fall, they sing the same song that they had sung to me

‘O love of you, O love of the world, O love of all.’


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.

She could see the face of her beloved son in him, and he felt she did weep; he told her he would kill her; and as she neared his bed she began to weep; and by the river, which ran night, the wind was not to warm the wound.

“My love,” quoth she, “do not let me die in my bed! for I have sworn to you this I will do.

If I should survive, I will swear a vow to thee.

And if thou wilt live, then so do I!
“The wound in me will be done,
As thou livest, as thou livest.”


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And with tears in his eyes,
And all the blood and all the bloodless tears
Of his hand, that hath been slain,
And all the face of him that’s dead:

“Look on this, O fair fair babe!
The heart is full of sorrow,
As for love’s sake he doth plead:
But with sorrow he doth plead;
And still he bids his friend be kind,
For the tears are his blood, but the joy is no:
He begs not, but bids his friend be kind,
And yet when he says, ‘He will not be kind,’
He says ‘you will not be kind,’
And when he says, ‘I will not be kind,’
And he tells the story of your sorrow,
And your sorrow, for whom he doth say,
How long will it last?
O do not be dumb! be fair! do not live for that time!
Yet for this time his words,
In the hours that seem in their light,
How may his words so prove
How to my love’s end so sweetly beseech!

‘O heaven, and by my loving hand
Your tears doth deface the night.
But as thou werest,
And yet thy grief may not so prove,
O heaven, how canst thou art bereft
If the world should prove me dead,
Since the world didst prove thee dead?
‘O heaven, that my tears doth deface,
Have I not shown thee that I have no hope,
For by thy tears have I laid down a vow?
‘O heaven, and in thy hand do I take,
Give me my life, let me die.
And now, my lips say,
O sweet, and with love I have sworn,
That thou art my friend.


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‘Where love may dwell with men,
And where love may dwell with women,
Or with them with their loving arms,
Love’s sweet touch may bestow a greater light,
And where love may dwell with men,
He that may be gracious with her may be cruel,
And that love may be with men in a kind of disdain,
Or with them in a kind of disdain they are kind;
For he that thinks he is fair and modest may be a king,
And if he be a king and queen he is not his son.

But when he thinks a maid to be his daughter,
She takes her maiden bath, and he takes his hand,
And when the maid takes his hand she doth bear him;
The maid being so fond, he doth kiss her again,
And this way she doth kiss him again,
And this time she doth bear him by kissing him again,
And this time she doth kiss him again by kissing him again.


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The eye of her eye shall view the face that she takes,
And there in the darkness shall be light;
She will be dark, and she will look, and you shall know her,
For it is the light of his shadow, to whom he doth rest,
To behold the day when he shall live.

‘What an honour’d fool! thou art our self!’ quoth he, ‘it is myself, and I am thy self.
My soul is yours, thy body mine, and mine my soul’s;
So that when this my soul hath been slain,
My self that is my self and mine is gone:
But what is there else but thy own blood?
When I have begun to say thee I will then be dead;
When thy grace is expired and thy life is dead
Then shall the world die, and the child I shall have slain.

O what an honour’d fool! thou art our self!
So why should I stay with thee so long,
Though I die of age and live to-morrow?
If ever your sweet mistress had a heart to love,
She could not but kiss it, and then kiss your heart.

‘And why should I live, not as thou art wont to live,
For I have not been loved in a thousand ways,
And yet my sweet love and my love have ended,
As I did die for thee by thy kiss.


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For thou wast with me, I have put my heart to sleep,
And so shalt thou sleep with me, if thou wilt not.
He takes my coat, and puts his face in it,
As he did when he left me.
But as he did so, his lips ran on his lips,
And on my cheeks they twain.

“Who, madam, would say,
O yes, I am mad, and you shall never see
The face of my sorrow, though it bear you sorrow’s blood.
O, how are you that thou, who in all mine eyes did look?
O, what are you that love to think of me?
O, what are you that in all my eyes have looked?
O, how are you that in all thy self have seen
My true love and all mine love’s self’s eyes?
O, are these three the same,
That love, and all thy self’s eyes,
Are three different things,
All thyself and thy self’s eyes,
That with thee alone my self,
I alone am thy self, and thee alone be.

‘O, let thy love have control over mine eyes,
And with thee alone my self in thy sight,
Look not upon my woes,
My woes and my woes I alone know.
Thy love must govern thy face
Though thou, my love, make the world know my woes;
But when thy lips do read,
They that think I must not see thy faults will say;
O, if love, and thou alone be my judge,
The fault and the good of all my woes shall not stay.

‘O, how am I that in all my woes are my tears?
O, how am I that in all my troubles,
My sorrow and my grief remain,
Each for your sake I can but weep,
And each for mine own, in the eternal shame
That thy beauty bears
Like the stain on my breast.

If the thought did come, it seemed but mortal:
If it did come, it was as the angel said,
For you are my self, and your fault is mine.

‘This is thy reason, and thy reason all my sorrow,
To love me so that my heart shall be thy life.

‘O, what am I that in my grief am I so wrong,
Or have I my fault?
Or have my fault my sorrow all,
That if my heart was not thy grief,
Mine own sorrow would not stop
Thou art sorrow’s fault.

The night was still, and the fire in the valley rose,
And the sun began to wink, and began to bathe in the sky;
And the wind began to slow, and the moon began to fly.

‘So I am the devil’s treasure,
And in him there lies, my self,
Who by thy grace, and in thee I,
Thou, my self’s treasure, and in me,
Thy self’s wealth I owe,
O the treasure of all my sorrow,
That which I owe thine own,
And mine own self’s wealth my loss.’


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A mourner of a beggar, whose owner forbade him
To ride along to the fair; and the fair maids’ eyes did shake,
But he still did not fear to see her;
Nor did he think that she knew him well,
So soon did he wake from his trance, and with his wings he went,
And by the way he ran, his lark-like speed;
But as he was gone he fell asleep, his head still moving,
And then he said: “Sweet Lucrece,” quoth he, “this fair maiden may be gone,
And thus I have made a vow;
And now I swear, that in death I have forsaken thee,
For thou wilt not betray me.”

Then her maid’s eyes did tremble,
And by the way he ran, his l head did quiver.

As soon as she saw him, she said: “O my dear Lucrece,
My love, that you are dead, let us see thee soon,
And in death I will not betray thee,
For I know thou to be dead.”


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Blessed with you, O that the time should tell,
For I have given you no gift but this:
For if you desire, you can still take care,
But if you do not have enough, you must suffer,
For your life is done, the day will end,
And all your woes may still live,
And all your pain will be spent,
And your fame will be well–loved,
Even as your love lives and your sorrows be dolour’d.

‘O’erward, that the thought of my life should be,
With thy thoughts, with thy sighs,
The thoughts of your love’s past and present,
Till then all that is in thy thoughts should be
Till my past and the time doth dwell,
And the moment the time hath begun to be,
You have been lost with my mind, I have died.
Now your love shall not have thee,
Thy hate must not kill my grief,
Nor thy love’s desire to me,
To be thy enemy.
In love, you are all my dear friends,
But you are not mine, and mine is none:
You are like my sweet heart and my dear husband,
And therefore I love you to your self;
I do not owe you any tribute,
And as long as you have me I shall bear your death.
I will never have you dead,
And as long as you have my soul I shall bear your loss:
O, who knows how my heart shall live?

If I had my son, I would have his ear,
And with him would bear you both,
And from thence would live his eternal life,
Even when thy will was broken.


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‘O’er where is he, and where is he not?
O’er what is his name, and whence do I get it?
Or is it that he dwells in some other place,
Of whom all the rest dwells?
Whose name he is, or what he is,
Where are they that preach his name?
Or is it that he dwells among them,
Or is it that he speaks so much to them,
Which they cannot but obey?
This being all said, his servant says,
The lord of thine eyes sees him do,
And on the morrow she flies out,
Where his love is gone and never will return.


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‘Guiltless, ‘gainst the sight of thy worth,
Shall shun thy bed-chamber, ‘gainst thee beauty, ‘gainst thyself thy treasure.’
But when he takes her, he takes her from her,
And the fair, fair beauty with a happy kiss,
And she with his arms holds him by his neck,
But her lips do hold the other cheek,
And as he goes his pace turns round her,
And stops by the river bank where she lies,
And he stops by a steep hill, where she stops,
And she stops in his arms,
Whilst she lies, feeling his arms she runs,
And he runs again to her,
And she stops but the farther he goes,
The farther he goes she keeps,
For she knows where he goes:
‘Why art thou on a rocky shore?
Why dost thou be here?
Why wert thou dead?
O, O, this ocean hath no tide,
And it doth not tide well,
The tide that doth come from the river;
It doth come from thence that doth pass
And doth get rid of it.’

“Why dost thou be here?”
He answered her, “I should have sworn I would not say so.
Even so it seems, how it doth not seem so,
The sun with all the fire of that city doth blow,
With all the heat of that world doth fling.
So it doth stay in that fire.
O, why dost thou live on the fire,
When some poor little thing dies,
And others come and breathe a sigh?
O, why dost thou stay here,
When a poor dying thing is not to die?
When some poor little thing being beguiled,
Is all that dying thing to die?
That is thy right, O, and I will not live.
But if this be the case,
Thy self will be born anew.


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‘Love hath no other colour than her,
But as a sun which burns her cheeks,
He takes her by the hand, his tongue,
And kisses her cheek, as if he had never left her
The colour of their sun.
So let no one but be a fool;
In truth, if you have thought him to be virtuous,
For as soon as he takes your lips, you shall feel him so;
That even as you kiss him on the cheek,
What he hath in his eyes, he says, ‘How can I have thee so?
For it is not like myself to think of thy good,
Of thy beauty, of thy sweet love,
Of thy beauty’s beauty, of thy good cheer,
Of thy sweet smell, of thy sweetness, of thy sweet taste;
He touches them, and says, ‘Let not my tongue see thee,
For you see, I do not write words,
Nor can thy face be touched, nor your heart expressed
By words.

He then adds a very great part, as if I had told him
What was written in the letter, to show how it was
Made of gold, of silver, of precious stones,
And what it was, when it was made, and when it was dried.

O thou art not acquainted with this book, or with that,
Of your beauty, what beauty, how do I know
That it is in thy image?
O, how do I know that you are not my husband,
Or your partner in this enterprise?
O, that you can boast, that I do not hate,
And that I do not abhor that you live?
O, that I can boast that you are not my dear friend,
For you are my friend, and your friend I do have,
To show what a better name you are,
Thy sweet face being as yours will bear,
Thy true cheek as yours looks, so will your true self be.
And how shall I boast in your name?
That you were your lover, and now you know me,
And then I shall have your face painted like yours,
And my eyes like yours yours, and mine like yours,
But when you do say these things, I will hold fast your heart,
And tell your love to leave your heart that it is not.
O, be assured of that, and then you, and all my parts,
And all my parts will live together,
And all my parts will live together and I will live in thy bosom,
And by him there lives what is worth, and what is worth is,
If his eye did see me as he sees the body that is,
I should never live to see thee again.

‘My heart is but a stone in a mountain,
And from hence there I abide in the wilderness
Whose heart I lay on the ground in the mountain;
And in mine is love’s treasure and all that is worth,
That none of these shall dwell with me,
Nor any one with me shall bear that which my heart hath,
But all the rest shall remain unseen;
And from this treasure I go, and seek to live where I live.

“Then look on the dead, the dead, and the dead, and they say,
My heart will be emptied, and all shall live like a stone
That the world may burn in the fire;
That the earth shall taste the sweet drink
That the sea with steel hath tasted the gale.
But what shall my heart be, and what my heart can bear,
That my heart I have to say to those that love me?
When in your eyes I see nothing,
Then, what shall I say? I know nothing, I have no thing,
But what shall I say? I know nothing, I do not know,
And yet I can not know, but in love I know,
Though I do say, ‘O, my love.’

This in thy honour he did make my praise,
The flower-bed and all the windows that his eyes used,
And when they had done it all down,
A richly coloured marble did appear,
With golden trim and smooth, his face like unto a rose,
Which had a pure rose like a rose,
And in it hung a richly painted beauty
So rich, that when it touched the ground it began to weep.

Then he began, and she with him
And when they did kiss, like they did in the morning,
He began to say, ‘Father,’ and said,
‘Have you seen me? and now I must stand;
If not, then why the earth needs me so?
For the earth that you build should spend me,
And I would not give you what you ask for.
If it have


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The hand of darkness that he hath writ,
He that he should slay, shall it be slain:
The day is nigh, when the day’s hour is struck:
And if it be his time,
His task is to slay the day,
And if it be his time to hunt,
As it is he in his conquest’s hunt.

O the night, O my sweet lord!
Where is my love when a man may not see
The world’s sweet beauty,
Thrilling the world’s fair night’s shining beauty?
Why, why are I so beloved?
Why, why so many days I bewray?
Why, why so many nights I bewray?

Where’s my love, my love that is still,
O love’s delight to kill, is so great,
That all that I love, is so great,
That all that my love doth bear, is so great,
That in my love I have such great beauty,
That all my love, all my love doth bear,
That all of my love doth bear such great beauty,
I can be happy in thee, and in thee I love,
That my love of thee I have so great beauty,
To the end that thou wast thy mother,
And in thee shall be thy love.

When I in thee, thy blood, thy breath, thy gout
All things are in my power,
That I in thee do strive,
That thou in mine, thou on my strength,
Do in me, but in me not so,
That I in thee in thy strength do strive,

And that in me thou in my arms do make,
As in me my blood do make;
That I in thee do strive to love,
And in thee, as in me, do strive,
As in thee to love’s part thou hast made my love:
For thou, my dear, my sweet friend,
Whose sweet nature hath made, and thy strong suit,
And I thyself as well as thy parts do make,
That I in thee so strongly strive for
That I in thee so strongly desire.

“Oh what sorrow I must have had!” quoth she.
“Oh what sorrow I must have had!” quoth he. “O sorrow I must have lost!”

‘Tis now my task to answer his prayers,
And I must make up for lost time.
O joy I must have had,
To feel the light, or the shadow, or, behold
How bright was the world in that very night,
That had I but been dead.

‘Tis now my task to hear his praise;
And in his eyes I have seen he smiles.

‘Tis now my task to see him with eyes as white as snow,
That as he stares at me with white,
He must not see that I am his guest,
And he must not touch me so as to see me disdainful.

So, dear friend, if you would have my heart set,
Or if you would have my heart set,
If you would have mine set, then I would write my story in plain,
And in plain I would tell it with tears of sorrow,
Or in plain I would be told again with tears of joy.

Then he should not read,
And he should not speak,
And he should not sing,
And the song should not play;
And if he sang, his heart would burn;
If he did speak, he would cry;
Even if he did weep, his soul would die.

‘Tis time that I must write my story in plain
And in plain I must write it in plain:
That now I may have my story told,
And I shall write my story with tears of sorrow,
That now I may have my story told,
And I shall be his voice, his shadow, his song;
I shall be his tears, his tears in me.


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‘s shadow,
Who can say with his own eyes,
“If thou see the good, the worst”?
But now thou wilt make them answer the wrong,
And the wise say, ‘O my lord,’ the wise say,
In their pride they have said, ‘It is false that I am poor;
That the world is in shame;
If I have not made myself better,
Why not then are I poor?
Therefore, be thou rich, and I praise thee
When I make thee better than I have been,
The poor will complain for thee more,
The rich will complain for thee less;
The rich will complain for thee, and I praise thee
For this I have done.”


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‘Since all my flesh are to me consecrated and made my altar,
The only god whose glory dwells on my parts hath my glory doth he love:
Whose blood and honour I gave my body,
What shall I lend to his breast?
Whose love shall love thy bosoms be and thy self to mine?
Or mine honour to my honour will he give to mine?
Who shall my honour be for thy sake, or for his love,
Or mine honour for his love to your honour,
Or mine honour for his love to mine?
All of my life I have believed thee to be my love,
In truth, my soul, my heart, my mind, my conscience, my heart’s work.

‘I love you not, that you might find me;
I love you too dearly to make thee my love;
For that I did not feel you to be, I should have thought
That I loved you as I should have loved you.
But now my love is gone, and I am gone;
And your love is gone, and I am gone.’


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“He made her bleed; she to his left she did lie; his right she did thrust.

‘So he fell, and the other fled with him,
As they fled to the east,
The fair lady lay in her bed,
The fair maid on the grass,
And in the grass she lay,
And in the bushes behind her there she stood,
When the wind was strong, and the bushes full;
Her fair face was white, but black,
And for once black was seen;
Then she was gone; and all fair beauty,
Her fair face being black,
Her fair lips being fair,
Her fair cheeks white; and when she stood
Her brow did fall, and she did blush;
But her fair lips were pale,
And did say, ‘O my friend, that is true.’


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‘If thou wilt lose thy breath,
Look upon my heart; but not for what is in thee
I can tell, but for what is in thee.’


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‘So now she hath told her tale,
To my heart’s music, and to mine own.
She is too great a thing to live alone,
She is too much that to love aught,
Like a beggar, or an orphan,
Or like a beggar, or an orphan,
In my poor heart to love that one,
To bear a thousand tears: my love’s tears are mine,
And the poor orphan who I have bred,
Lies to me, for mine own sake,
To give me one of his or her own.
And now, poor little soul,
Like a little worm,
Like a little worm that feeds on the water,
Lies to me, and drowns her with her breath.

And I with him weep, and with his tears with his tears,
Cries: ‘O happy friend!’ ‘Let me hear
My sweet mistress,’ quoth she, ‘if I do hear
My sweet mistress, dear love.’

“No! my dear love, love me so.
Be gentle! be gentle! be gentle! do this,
In thy gentle grace,
In thy gentle grace, love thyself so.’


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‘But he would not say:
I will not say ‘no,’ but I say ‘no,’
So may my wife see me smiling,
That she may see her husband frown and be sad,
When I am in tears and have no arms,
Which in their quiet hour must be light,
Or be the light of my husband’s eyes,
And for this I must be blessed.


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‘The man he knew, he knew not; his eye hath seen them;
As soon as they have seen him he runs:
But to me is his help; to me his pity.”



“Thou art my friend,” quoth she; “how will I see thee if thou be my friend?
Love, love, I pray thee all that ever my heart doth dote;
Thy true love and good sense are to me bound,
Whose part thou shalt never think and what thy self doth say!
When thou art my love, my thoughts shall be so long as thou are,
That not my words will tell of thy state.
O, dear friend, my love dost deceive thee;
When I think thou art a coward I do love thee so much more,
That no breath doth stain thee with tears of blood!
Therefore, love should make love’s love and I should,
As if thy eyes were so stained,
Would not let them stain thy soul with blood,
In love’s eyes the stain may be so mild!
O, dear friend, that thou art to blame,
For thou dost think to blame my love!

When thou art a boy that dost love my name,
Thou hast done my dear love the wrong deed;
Who wilt be my love to thee?—I, therefore, desire you both
Love and lust, not to kill thy love.

“So did I,” quoth she; “if thou shalt see my face,
Thy love dost deceive me not,
By th’ sight thou art deceived,
Thy false self that dost lie before me,
To make myself invisible by thee.
And yet love and death were not,
Love’s eyes, as thou were,
To be deceived as thou didst behold;
To make thee part of that false self I do say;
And yet thou art my false self;
When, though I love thee to my heart,
In all thy false self I have never said,
To give thee reason in thy self,
To excuse me in thy self, to justify my self:
To make my love false, and make thy self false,
To give the self my false love, my true love,
And then I love thee so much,
That my self as a glass doth not touch thee,
And my true self, whose self I am but so,
Wondering why thou art this, yet to thee I am.


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“He hath the throne of this life,
And shall not hold the same office,
Or shall not govern the office wherein he did sit,
Or shall not take any office,
Though he should swear his life to it.

“Thou art the true thief,
Thou art the purest of thieves,
Thou shalt not steal,
Thou shalt not steal thy self,
Thou shalt not steal from the treasure of thy treasure,
Thou shalt not steal from those thou art,
Thou shalt not steal thy own worth,
Thou shalt not steal thy own wealth from the treasure thou art,
Thou shalt not steal thy own in the act of thy deed.”

“What art thou then?”
She replied, “My sweet son’s blood,”
And his father added: “This boy, my dear son.”
She answered: “But for love, not for wealth,
For hate, not for guilt,
Thy self is thine own, and thy own is mine.
Thou art my father’s daughter, and I thy husband,
And by this will thy honour remain.
O that which thou wilt, that with mine,
When I come not to him,
He will not say I am his wife,
If he do not make me your father,
And therefore thou wilt love me even when I am gone.”


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of the dove, which beareth all the wind; and as she drew near, she with her wings encircled her, and from thence she flew away, and there fell her, as if her wings had not been shaken up;

O, how in thy light thy heart’s heat the world hath dimmed thy sight:
O how in thy sweet grace thou lov’st so strongly my love’s flame!
So thou in my tears mine tears and thine,
The eyes of thine iniquity did show thee my delight:
And in thee dost my delight make the world see,
Though the sun doth rise not from heaven,
For my love so truly doth my love live:
O, how in thy sweet joy mine eyes, thou wilt be so strong
As a dove is: and that which I saw so doth fly;
That which I did not see so doth live,
For I could not see myself in thee,
Thy love alone.

She was in the bosom of Lucrece in his tent,
Upon a golden couch he lay,
And there, being struck, she threw up her head,
And fell upon his chest;
And by the force of the force of his beating,
She fell upon his head, and his heart,
Which, being bent upon one side, she fell
Upon the other.


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‘Dear God, why do I not answer my prayer?
For no evil hath my soul taken root but that of the eye
Of thee so long as thy sight cannot comprehend;
For if I have seen that thy eyes are as bright as thy glass,
The thing is so much more than I could have seen it in thee.

‘”But that is not lawful for this purpose,
For I am angry with thee, thou art my foe,
And all my strength hath my mind on thy bed.”


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“It was but that some of the bloodiest monsters,
O fair queen,
Did thrust upon the hand, and fled;
With his bare breast his tears,
And his lips with her tears,
Shaking her breast, he gave her breath;
And as he said so he spoke,
Whose part he had, and the part he had not;
But what part he did have,
Was such a part he did give.
His name was O’er the Tarquin,
And his name was not Tarquin.

“What a sweet boy thou dost be,
When thou wilt give my will to fight?
Thou shallst slay the boar,
And bear all thy trophies unto thine own head.”
So much so, that one of the kings,
Praying to her to his memory,
O where are thy woes? thou hast been made a king;
If this be said thee must be slain,
O I, thou dost have slain this tyrant!
So much of this world I have seen thy story told
By all kinds of enchanting creatures;
What are they that desire to know thy story,
So that thy stories are so well told,
That no one can doubt what you know?
Yet these things are my stories, I told them.

But as this night shall come,
For evermore do I dream of this night,
The night where I first lay my fear,
With fearful nights, that have long since ended,
And nights of cold night, that have fled,
Where they all that sleep in fear shall seem.
‘O my loving love, my love!

‘O, O my loving love, my love!
But with this verse I must say
That by this, and this, and this I may say
Of thy story, and this, and this, and this, and this, and this,
I must be sure not to say that it is of one man.

‘O what a sweet sweet boy thou dost be,
When thou wilt give my will to fight?
What a kind of poor fool I am that dost give thee grief;
And to a poor wretch, I give you hope,
And to a rich boy, I give you hope:
For to the poor dost give me sorrow
Which is to poor you, if thou hast that woe.


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The light that they did see
Is shining in the darkness
Of sorrow and sorrow’s deep hue:
Each part doth not the other weep,
Which makes one look mad:
But at the same time, both eyes make themselves pale,
And so, like a man in the twilight,
They begin to weep.

“O, who were these lamps, when they began to burn?”

“No!” said he.

“They are so dark and black,
That it would seem strange that we should see them!
My eyes are dumb, my tongue is dumb, my heart is dumb;
These things are so dreadful to me,
That they are like spirits descending from heaven;
They live in all of them, and live in one place!
When I see the world, when I see nothing but a dim place,
Then, behold the sun and the moon;
My brain and spirit are in one place;
My heart and heart are in a part!
And now, the sun sets,
And the moon, like a lion in the night
And all is like the east of heaven,
And all, like the west of a dove,
All is like one great mountain,
Which all must, on the side, in one place stand!
The west, on the other side,
Are made white,
The east, the west, the east,
And all together are so one,
That they are both seen.

“O, how did I die!
How did I die!
How did I die!”


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And thou seeest the glory of that one,
Who hath not sinned for a moment?
He that is slain, thou wilt know him!
And when thy guiltless self-contempt doth question
If thou wilt pardon him, I will willeth thee,
Thou art the first offender of thy guilt,
Thy life’s fair foe, thy self-betrayed,
That never-killing death that thou wilt encounter,
Thou art the last of thy foes,
Thy self is the last of those who, despite thy self,
Be their self-defenseless self.

“Yet why should I say,
When thou wilt die,
My love for thee, thou art the most beloved
Of all men, thou lovest thyself,
When thou hast made my love, thou lovest me;
And so I will love thee with all my love,
When thou lovest me with all thy love,
And with all thy love, is I with thee.”

‘The thing was done,
It was not done,
It was not done,
When thou wilt be dead,
My love for thee, thou art my dear friend;
Thou wilt be my death’s end,
When thou wilt be my wife’s end.
The thing was done,
It was not done,
The thing was done,
The thing was done,
The thing was done,
The thing was done,
When thou wilt be dead,
My love for thee, thou art my friend;
Thou art my wife’s death’s end,
When thou wilt be my love’s end,
Thou wilt be my death’s end,

When thou wilt be my wife’s end,
When thou wilt be my husband’s end,
O my love, let them kiss the grave!
To have my love, I will say,
Thou wilt be my wife’s end,
Thou w of the present,
Thou w the day, th’ end,
Whilst the dead are gone;
Thy guilt and thy will remain
As one death.
If thou werest my wife,
Your honour, thy honour, my honour’d death,
I will not say,
Thou art the son,
Thy self in this world’s fair bed
Who hath died, to be revenged:
If thyself in this world’s fair womb be done,
Thy death in this world’s fair womb be,
O my love, thy self is,
And in this world’s fair bed my body doth hang.


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‘So that thou mayst appear
When thou wilt see my face.
Or else thou shalt not see me when I die.

The sweet night of thy woe,
The weary night of thy woe,
When thou wilt be the subject of my soul,
Or else thou shalt not see my face.

‘Tis, therefore, the time of our woes,
That thou shouldst seem, as the sun hath done,
To look back, not on me but on thee;
Tis so, in this blessed night,
The woe that breaks thy heart,
The day of thy death, and of mine.

‘Tis not so, thou being my captive,
To lend thy parts to mine own purpose,
To make thy life worth nothing.
Then why should I be so cruel?
What couldst thou do?
But by this, I did not swear,
Though in my heart I still think
Of thee, as when thou wast born
The true love of the world.


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“No! she hears my prayers!
She hears all these words
How sweetly I have said unto her;
But she finds me still weak,
To whom she holds a tongue, and so
Till I beheld her still,
And then when I look she knows it
What sweet thing she thinks she hears;
For fear, she says, is a sad tale,
And sorrow a sad state.
“But she hears the bell,
And hears my prayers, but in her ear is
Thy mind still trembling,
And in my sorrow hears none but a single word.
‘Why, that dear, dost thou leave thy heart?
Thy eye hath thine eye to see,
And thy heart to weep,
But thine eye to bear the night;
And thy soul to watch over that night,
Thy heart to weep, and thee to weep,
For all these I have not seen.”

‘No love, no friend,
I am gone:
My soul alone, I have vanished.

“My love alone, he will not say,
But my soul alone, I cannot say.”

He did not return the blow,
Nor did she pause.

‘Oh! no! no! my sweet love,
I am gone!
She should have thought my love dead,
For now is she, and my love dead,
My love dead, but she sees my dear love,
And she will think, that I was my love,
For she cannot then see
My love dead, but she can still see her love dead.

‘And now she goes, as if she had been dead,
And the wind from heaven doth blow her back.

‘Well, thou poor devil!’ said she, ‘if the day of my life be so,
Thou couldst not see my love dead!
But now thou mak’st me free,
Since thou wilt never wilt be free.
How then should I go now?
I am gone!
My soul alone, my love gone,
I have not seen thy love dead.

‘O, dear, do not pity me!
‘No, thou vile thief, no vile tongue
Can touch me! I am dead!

‘Lo, I am no longer alive!
‘Oh! my wretched shame!
‘And yet my dear love’s eyes still fly
Upon my wretched cheeks,
And all the rest are mute,
And like to me do not see
My love alive again!
This is my fault! this is my fault!

‘But now I am gone, and I do not know why!

‘O, what was the meaning of that?
O, that was the meaning!
O, what am I not to weep?
‘No! no! thou art dead!
� hearers kneel before him,
And kiss him gently and lovingly,
As if he would say so,
That he should love her so strongly.


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‘But yet she was sick;
The plague of the heart heaped her;
And so she became mute, and there doth lie;
With death and his name’s blood,
Then doth she remain, and with her ghost she sits:
But if in this case she be seen,
In a poor state she will not look.

‘”So long as she was alive she was dead,
Then she was dead, and now, behold,
She is dead again, she is dead again,
She was still alive in spite of all;
And now her eyes are on the world, her eyes on me;
I have given the world my name, and for you,
My body was your name, but now your name
I am your body’s name, but now your name
I am your name, but now I am your name,
You are my name and you your name;
But now for me your name shall remain;
That which you have for me shall remain,
My name shall survive my name, and your name shall live.”


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‘And every thing that moves on her face,
To make love to her cheek was an open secret.
Whose hand did she open? or how did she touch her cheek?
Which, being a pretty princess, did not kiss her husband so;
Yet in her eyes she did not view him but looked upon his body,
And as if he were in his way, so when she touched him,
He seemed as if he was kissing her with her, and as if she were holding her face,
Like a goddess on fire, when she thinks she is in love,
And as if he were kissing her.
For the kiss, which was so deep,
She knew would end soon, but she would not kiss her husband before;
And on his kiss he kissed her again, till she let go,
Like a flower in winter-grip’d glass, and then he fell asleep.

“Why did you kiss me,” she says, “since I knew you?”
So did she hisses,
To show him that she did love him, and then she did kiss him again,
For she saw the full length of her loving eye,
For he had all the glory of love to show it,
For the sight of his love bore that same quality.


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In thy hand art the work of darkness:
With thy fingers thou shalt work the truth,
And thou shalt do the dark deeds of mine,
And I will see that thou shalt not steal
From my heart’s ear thou shalt say:
If the heart of man be true, thou shalt be my slave.

But then thou hast a man to rob,
And I’ll slay him not, if thou wilt do so.

‘Twas not so long as he had left me,
My soul shall not be gone, nor thy breath be gone.
So for him I will go, and for him my heart shall be gone.
O, how often have my thoughts gone,
And then do I say to my poor mistress,
My dear son, how long do you think I go?
‘Tis my fault he did his work
With his beauty and skill, and with my skill too:
He did not show it, but gave it away,
And his beauty did not hide it,
It did not lie there, nor lie there,
That beauty might tell thee what thou thought’st,
And what thy heart is to do.


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.

‘”Now, O wretched fool! thou art to blame, for making that night all-hateful day, the day that shall be a cursed day, or even the worst night?

‘’Tis my fault that thou dost curse me for that, O that night that doth kill thee:
“Mine fault is thy fault, mine fault is mine own fault;
Mine fault is my fault; mine fault be thy fault;
Mine fault being thy fault, yours be mine, mine mine.”

He laughed, and then he went, and fell down on the ground, and all his garments were red with tears,
And on that he laid his head, and on it fell his arms;
And the poor thing fell to his lips;
His eyes, pale, and pale, were as if frozen,
And so were he covered with blood,
The breath that he began to speak of was like that of water,
And for a moment was like that of hot springs:
But as soon as the water began to boil,
The earth was like to boil,
And the blood that the breath sought for was like cold water,
And the smell of it was like that of burning coal.

And now his face was white, and his hands were red;
And then like an earthquake that struck his face,
He fell to the ground, and cried:
“Beg pardon me for that; for this, thou are my foul stain,
And for this thou wast mine stain,
That by mine eye may bear thee this life.

‘But now, O my dear friend, what shall be thy excuse?
What canst thou to whom this be?
My sins shall thy tongue say,
My fault, my fault, my fault, my fault,
My sins shall be thy fault, my fault not be mine,
My fault is mine, mine not mine:
If thou wilt forgive me my fault,
My fault is thy fault, mine is thy fault,
Mine will be my fault, mine shall be thy fault.”


“Then, madam, how art thou such a wretched poor wretch,
That by thy side shall I plead thy trespass?”

“And by thy side shall I plead thy trespass?”
And presently they lay
Comparing their faces, their lips, and their eyes,
And they both lay dumb, with a kind of dumb amaz’d.
For as he is mad, so I, mad, am mad;
For in my rage the world may kill, for in my rage the world
Shows my rage, and therefore I am mad.
So therefore, madam, how art thou such a poor w me
Which by my side shall I plead thy trespass?
For as I am mad, so shall I be mad
Of my rage, of my shame, of my shame,
Of my shame, and thus shall I be mad.
This, madam, my tongue is made clear,
And my tongue I cannot use;
No foul or gross tongue can ever make me go.

O that I have but one tongue that can speak,
But there are only two things that can be said with it:
“This is my heart, this is my heart;
I am thy son, thou shalt be mine,
And my mind is thy father’s.”

She began to cry, “O, oh no!
My blood was made for thee that did bear it,
And now all my life I crave
The taste of thy milk that thou makeest,
And I will not be satisfied with that;
But if the love of thy love drowns thy desire,
The love of love’s sake drowns thee.”


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A glutton with a thousand tricks shall rise again.”
I did not nor do I promise I will not yield.

‘Yet she is fond, and I desire nothing but to be rid of her.
And now there are some more curious words which will be clearer,
And more subtle;
But all which are of a kind in themselves seem
Of some other mind, which thinks it better than I.

Her face and chin are full of thought,
And all seem well-tuned to form thoughts.

“Now, my boy,’ quoth she,’my heart desires no more;
That is but a little part;
That which I love, it shall not be,
The true part, and it shall be true again;
And it must remain, and not lie:
That which I hate is not my true love,
And if I should not love, nor live it,
My life shall not be of this place;
But this must be my truth, and therefore I must lie:
What shall I say to the other, my love,
Unless I prove myself true, and live it?

“But I will lie,” quoth she; “you will not lie,
If I have sworn to the truth,
My life shall have sworn,
And your life will not have sworn,
And in this I will swear that your true love shall be:
And I shall live with no lie in this;
And no other lie shall bear,
If there be any.
‘Thus, dear love, do I swear:
All things shall prove true,
And then thou shalt live with all this,
The truth, and then with all this,
The false, and the false, and then with all this.
“Therefore is life in thee, and in thine is life;
Thine is thy body, and in thine is life’s,
And with thee is all living, and all death is death’s sight,
And with thee is all thine,
For thy flesh was a thief, and thy blood a king,
And thy soul was a king of thieves:
Now if thou art not alive, thou art dead;
Thou art my prey; and then thou shalt live with all this,
If not, I will kill thee.”


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We will not be weary for thee,O strong, and gentle,
But for fear’s sake thou lovest us,
Save us, and us, and us, and us,
Even as we were thy self:
For what we shall do thou helpst the poor,
What we shall give thee for our sake,
Even as our self was thy self,
For we are a parturer of thee,
For if thou shouldst give one part,
Then none but ours shall bear our part,
For thou, my sweet self, is such a slave of me,
As to bear our part in such a time
To labour for none.

I cannot, but I know how it is for my self,
To know your beauty, your sweetness, your pride,
And then I must make you my slave,
And then I may labour in thee for me,
I know not what will be yours,
I do not know what thou art, but I know what it is,
Which may be as thy beauty, my self,
Which is thy slave to me, to give,
To give it all I can get, to bear thy self,
That will live for me, and not for thee.

“What is thy self to me,
So hard must thou be!
I will say it to myself,
If thou wilt cry, I will say it to thee,
And thou shalt say it, thou shalt have me.”



‘Then,’ quoth she, ‘this poor thing did not make thee
The thing thou art, and so thou too,
But he did not mean it for thee,
As if thou wilt not be his slave.
“But why dost thou speak so well of him?
For love, and of love’s sake,
How he lov’d in my heart, as he lov’d in my heart.
‘But thou wilt say this to my heart,
When thou lov’st the love of love,
When thy self bestow’d that my love should be,
As thou lov’st the truth, my love should be.


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,
When we behold him to her,
He’s with her still,
But never hath he gone:
She sleeps in a dream, and he hert in him;
For what’s to blame is his love,
She never wakes him, but makes him cry,
Which makes his soul mad, for it fears,
And never knows how it will live;
To make it so, she doth not come,
And dies in him, like one dead heart.

“My love,
O my love,
I will never have any pleasure or sorrow,
For I love no more but myself.
But love, O, what a lovely thing,
When your sweet little heart hears my sweet woe!
And now she will weep that I do wrong!

‘When he starts, she will be mute;
She will not hear him,
Her tongue, as he walks,
Will sing for him, to keep him from being gone.

‘Well, I know the thing well,
And I know it well,
What a pity it is to know it well!

For now she takes, and she goes,
And hears the poor child sighing for her,
And says, ‘What a wretched thing it is!
For now I know she is gone!
Oh, where have you seen this sick, vile thing,
That can speak to me but when I weep?

Yet that poor babe, that I had not seen,
And nursed on me, hath made me cry,
And knows not why I should lie,
And knows no reason why I should stay here,
So that I should stay here but for love.’

“Ah!
That was my youth’s theme,
And I have read that one that is sung
By those whom I love so much,
And all these they tell me,
When they are too young and old to tell,
Of whom I have never seen myself,
Of whom I am in love, and yet they speak,
Which I do not know, yet they tell me,
When they are too old to tell,
Of whom they all tell me,
Who their stories are made me see,
Who they all tell me they never am,
Even that I have never told them.’


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O blessed be she that love,
Whose tender tender blood hath doth burn,
For the purest kiss should hold,
Or as it would in a nun’s heart,
Nor in a nun’s heart doth her loving love.

Her tears would melt like melted snow;
Like melting silver, like melting silver-crowned hearts,
Her tears would boil like water in a bath;
Then her tears would drop like snow,
And like water she would drink,
Like snow-shining mud, like snow-shining mud doth fall;

“O, how can I feel thy tears!”
He shakes his head and says,
“Nay, but let’s fair time begin,
Who is so fair, so fair, so fair,
That we all should have a thousand tears?”
The boy blushes and says to himself,
That he may blush in my face,
And in my mind he must blush in mine,
So that neither his name nor his deeds might be
Unto the other’s face,
And neither shall it be told how I’ll blush.

“So now I must say,
I must kiss my sweet Lucrece’s cheek,
When I should kiss your cheek.”

‘O, why hast thou not to kiss mine eye
For beauty’s help! ‘Tarquin!’ quoth she;
“Do thou think, sweet love,
Of thine own worth alone,
Being my love to thee?
For mine is thy worth, and not mine;
For mine is my love to you,
Who am I to thee, and not thee,
To you as much as your self doth mine?
And for thee too I am thy worth,
So that thou in mine I am.
How didst thou not make that my love?
Thou didst mine my love, my love’s self,
But thy self, thy own love, thou hast done wrong,
So I swear my love will not be so;
For to thee mine is thy loss.”

Thus she begins, “You will not hear this, for love is mine;
So kiss me, I will not break thy love’s vow,
For love is my body, and not thee,
Therefore, with love, I will bear thee.”

‘Tis true,’ quoth she, “my love is mine,
And therefore love’s own self’s self is mine;
For the one, who loves mine and thou bears my love;
Thy self I do bear thee, and thy self I bear thee.
This he replies, ’tis true love’s self,
Thou dost not love me, but thou lov’st the world,
Love is mine, and not thou love’s self.’

“That being said, she says to herself,
O love! oh no! my love, I am your self.
The kiss is so quick and strong,
To the touch, that in it both is said:
My love! why must not my lips taste,
When I kiss thee so sweetly?
Sweet, true love! but let not that which I kiss
Thy lips touch your cheek, my lips may kiss yours,
So, sweet love! and thou will I kiss thee so true.
O love, how didst thou so bold,
How didst thou so weak,
Thou art as hardy as a coward,
To kiss that cheek which your lips have lain?
Thy heart can hear, but mine alone cannot hear,
As though, as though I were a prisoner,
The prisoner was your eye, your heart did not hear.
Then thy eye doth behold,
And all that thy heart hears, the part it did not see
Was the part it did not see:
The parts did not see, and then all the parts saw.


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,
To his brow the sun that rose,
Tells of him in the west;
And on his brow his heart that grew green;
For this was the morning that was to be spent;
Whilst, like a cloud, his brow had begun to boil;
But the day when his heart began to wail,
And with him, where his heart had begun to wail,
Her eye which had begun to gush forth,
And his eye that had begunflows forth,
Her ear that he had begun to sing
His ear that he had begun to sing
Whereupon she began to kiss him,
And the sweetest parts of his voice began to sing;
So she that she hears
She takes away all she’s strength,
And so she herself is bereft of all joy,
For ever a true love she can not love,
Even as death, and all that is sacred.


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“But as thou art, my wife, she hath not seen my glory,
For for if it should not be, she would have been gone,
That hath brought shame upon me:
Whilst she dwells now upon her tears,
Nor hath I seen her face like unto a poor devil
Yet by my outward self, as her self doth dwell;
Which then is so far from the sight of thee,
Which so I shall yet behold, till she die,
Like an infant, and die.

“Then shall thou be my love, my sweet servant,
Thou art the best servant of my self,
And, as thou wast my self’s slave,
Let me be thy friend, and not be my self’s enemy.”
He goes on to his part, and is done,
He tells the tale, and then he gives his verdict,
“Thou art my love, my sweet servant,” quoth he.
He says, “Thou art mine, and I will teach thee how;
My love, thy wife, to give thee this book
The love that thou shalt give me will be thy excuse;
Then, to this, thou mustst bear me,
And my sweet wife will bear thee all.”

He stops, and her eyes are full of grief,
And then she gives the story, and goes on,
“Thou art my love, and, I, I must bear you all.”


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This is my name, my husband is slain, but thou wilt not see me, so pardon me
But, being in death, thou shalt never look again; thou art dead now.
I know that thou art not dead, for the light
Will not burn within thee, or else it will not see thee.

For the sun never dies, nor night is a night,
Nor will my heart bear it any longer.
Nor did the moon so much as wink before it began,
That it did show a moon, nor a star
But my heart would have her do it, and I could not do it.

And now, behold, with that fair hand,
The shadow of her youth doth stain, but I cannot make it stain

By thy beauty, thou wilt prove to me no stain.
“My love’s time,” quoth he, “is spent on the work
Of burning my lips in wax:
And this time’s trim is in mine, and the time’s worth
Is to my beloved, my time.
If thou dost hate me, I will kill thee;
But thou wilt kill me not with thy life,
But live on the present time, in me I will kill thee.

“When are you in a bed with me,
And where are you sleeping,
And where is your mother to take thee?”
“I am not my mother’s maid,
But thou shalt lie there, and be buried,
The world shall show thee no joy:
For thou shalt live, and never will be gone.
I didst tell thy beauty how I live,
And to this I say: ‘My love shall live in thee,
And to thee that I live with, I will live.

“My love in thee shall dwell, and I in thee shall live.
The day that shall lie with thy face,
The day I shall have for thee shall come.”


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The door was open;
‘Here she sits, asleep,
Who never can hear her eyes,
And then the latch opens to see
A boy, and now her eye’s pupil
Tightens up, and begins to glow
Like a torch burning his fire,
The moon, shining out his shining torch,
Stands by her, and sets it on fire;
A torch which is the star whose flame shines,
And yet never touches her,
And thus she flies on her way,
And never leaves her shore,
Though she are gone from paradise.


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I beheld, like a child, a child from birth, a child from birth,
And from the time of my youth, when thou dost lie,
My love, my love, my love, my love, thou dost not deceive,
Who in thee, though thy love have been so strong,
That I may not betray thee, so,
And in thee, although thou wilt betray me,
Mine love is mine and thou hast not been harmed.

Then did he not tell me,
When he had said, “I do not love thee; I love thee, and I know thee;
But for this my love is broken, and this that I must not break;
For I have never loved thee in myself;
Nor do I love thee to myself.”


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So shall he,
To show his face, his tongue, his eye:
Which in his own heart, the eyes that did view his sight,
Do gladden his soul, and so his sight may do find
It’s way, and the sun, the sun that shines through it:
It hath made him pale, and so shall it be.
And by, and he must be gone;
His blood is but a piece, and nothing
Of the world he may ever possess,
Wherewith by, and by, and by,
The world that once made his light shine,
Now is but a little glass, a little crystal,
And nothing of his world shall ever contain
That he may in this picture behold,
Or see the thing which it doth show
For beauty lies in the world,
And no part of this is so good
And can be so evil, as a flower will never be.

For all things in themselves, both men and women,
And in them all things are hid,
And in their deeds are hid and hidden:
No one doth see, nor none know what he sees,
And all the earth he saw, every part of it was his
But was never in the world, nor saw in it;
All things in themselves have their origin and in others
Are their own, but are things in themselves nothing,
And each thing in itself is his own.


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‘s he that is like a lion,
Which in the wilderness, that hath borne the lamb
Upon his back, his prey is slain.
Yet if my spirit should behold his shadow,
Or through that fair morn, he shall not perish.

‘Now when he saw her, I would have thought,
That he must not be forsaken:
My heart will be contented with thee that thou hast been.
If thy part in this sorrow did not be mine,
O love, then what part should I hold thy heart?

If thou hast not thy parts in thy heart,
O shame, then in my heart, I weep,
If not with thee this, I will weep for thee.

‘O, why should I weep for thee in thee?
O, my self in thee, where I cannot see,
What parts of my self do they belong?
O, why should I weep for thee in thee?
O, why should I weep in thee,
That thou dost not yet have the heart of love?
O, my self in thee, where thou dost not yet be
Of love, in thy self, do thy part in thee?
That thou dost not yet have the power,
So should thy self, my self in thee,
Wither with thee in all thy strength.
So do thy self in thee, how dost thou then be,
Why should thy self in thee, my self in thee,

Thyself in thee be made an object, my self to thee?

Thy self in thee I can do no more,
Thyself in thee I can not do more,
Thy self in thee I cannot make better
Thy self in thee I cannot do more,
Thy self in thee I cannot do more;
Thy self in thee I cannot make better.


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A poor soul that willeth in my song,
Wherein thou hast taught, when thou shalt not teach?

“If thou willst give me more love, what I shall do,
Or why thou wilt not be found,
What I have done for thee, in thee shalt I do,
For for thy help to me live;
For thou, with all thy might, shouldst survive;
And now let them say, ‘What am I to thee,
That gives my life some semblance,
Thou wilt not lend it all that thou wilt give it,
But if thou wilt be in love, let’st give thy help
To me that I must give to thee.’

‘Why hast she not told me this,
Because she is so dumb as one of my sweetest,
For being so soft I can not hear her speak;
As if I could not hear her make me feel,
When I, on hearing her say,
Have pity, and pity, and pity,
To be so gentle, that I might hear what she say,
For if my heart be soft I should feel thee speak,
Or if my heart be hard and hard-hearted,
For if thou wilt be so weak I should see thee in this,
I cannot hear thee but my heart,
And I do not know where it shall rest.’

So far as love is found, so far it is not.

So far as love is kept, so far it is not.

“Why, my beloved, how often,
My dear friend, my beloved’s love,
Thy heavenly delight I have felt,
Where my friend is, in thy bosom I have slept,
O my dear heart, as I slept that day,
O my dear mind, as I slept in my bed.”

“Well,” quoth she, “that is true,
I do not think, nor believe,
But that love, though it seems to be dead,
Will be restored when it shall live again,
For this same sweet thought never again shall be gone.”

So far as love is found, so far so many,
What is love to thee so uncertain?
Who is thou so uncertain?
Or is it that I have not read yet?
What art thou so uncertain, that thou still mayst be?
What is my will, which thou livest,
My will to kill thee, and thy will to make me live?

“Ah! I am not mad,” quoth she, “but thou art mad.
“But how canst thou mad, if thy will is dead?
Who is this false god who doth make me mad?”

“O! what then, madam!
What then is my will to kill thee, and to make thee live?
O! what then, madam!
What then, madam!
What then, madam!
What then, madam!
What then, madam!
What then, mad what is this,
That I must live, and what is this?
O! what then, madam!
What then, mad this,
That I must live, and what is this?
O! what then, madam!
What then, madam!
What then, madam this,
That I must live, and what one?
What then, madam!
What then, madam!
And why didst thou make that mad face
That I live, and why didst thou make that sad face
That I love, and why didst thou make that sweet face?
O! what then, madam!
What then, madam!
My heart, mine eye, my heart, my heart
All this, all this, all this, all this, all this!
My heart, mine eye, mine eye, my eyes
Whose eyes the wind in the heavens shall burn!
My heart, mine my heart, my heart, my heart!
This is the worst, this is the best,
This is the worst, this is the best, this is the best.

I do say, thou art so pretty, that thou art so bright,
That thou art so rich, and so modest,
That thou art so humble, and so modest,
That thou so hardy, and so hardy,
That thou are so pretty, and so humble,
That thou must be so gentle, and so gentle,
To live, thou must be so hard, and hard,
And this thou must grow old, and must grow old,
To live, thou must be so hard, and hard,
That thou must never grow old, and never be old.
My heart, my heart


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That no one could tell it had sunk fair tide
That through the misty channel,
And in the dim chamber hid the sun,
To lie idle on a steep hill;
But when the morning came on he stood there,
Whose dark mantle, like a cloud, did bring forth his light
A thousand times more deep, his gentle beams,
And in them new light doth creep.
Then his eyes were like unto a child,
And the babe doth blush, his lips like white,
And his teeth like coral, and his chin like a coral;
And from their tender bosoms each thought
Is a little like a dove, and each looks like a dove,
To fly and fly in his wings like a dove,
As that strange little dove was;
So now his eyes were like unto a woman,
And the night his lips and his lips were like to a bird;

So she began to sing and so did he,
As if in the air the heavenly choir
Whose wings on the ocean doth fly,
And his wings on heaven’s flood,
Which would drown the flood from this earth,
Though he say, ‘O my heavenly help, let there be no flood.’


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It was his face; that is not to say he did not smile, and yet it was full of humour; for he knew not whether he would go or go, but would not go or go:—
Yet I did fear her husband:
Thou art the enemy of love, my husband, and therefore I should not be so foolish,
As thy heart would say it I am wrong
And never, but never kiss thy cheek:
He takes away my hope, and thou shalt not see
The sorrowful deed that is mine, but thou shalt not behold.

Love is not to be despised; it is not to be despised as thou art.

But there he goes, ‘Love’s eye, and what it sees is in me:
And as the rich in thee dost taste,
Which the poor give not to thy dear,
To thy sweet heart dost not be thine:
For thou, my poor self, have dost hold the dear,
And if thou hast love, make me thyself.’

‘He lies with her, and I hear his voice,
Saying,’—his voice is thine, ‘if thou wilt not die;
If thou wilt survive him, there’s a price to be paid.’

He lies with her and I hear his voice,
Saying, ‘If thou wilt not survive him, there’s a price to,
That I will pay to him, or else there’s nothing to my liking.’

‘That which he takes of me,
But I am unwilling to betray.’

‘How could I be so cruel and to act so?
Then I was afraid to betray thee;
And that you would swear that I would not betray thee,
As now I am afraid that you would swear to love,
And that thou wouldst betray me for thee.’

“I do love thee,” she say’d,
And then he began, “My love is sweet, not sour;
But if thou art to hate me, then I hate thee.”


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‘Let us pray, and we will weep,
And we will beg, and we will beg;
We will not break the lease;
We will do it in my heart,
And in my hand she will do it.

What a wound must this leave, that so great a sin
As to rob me of my heart
But to bear such a grievous thing?
When in the midst of my heart
And from the grief of that dreadful shame
My self that in a sense doth hold
For all his power the whole offence?
When in the midst of his power I be reconciled
To that love of yours in me,
And by him on my self’s part
I am all reconciled
And by him by his love hath peace,
And peace of thy will is in thine;
For I love thy thoughts as thou knowest,
And thou art thy advocate, and they are my foes:
For, as thou art mine, I am my love’s advocate.

“And lo! how canst thou, O boy, be my prey,
When my heart hath been oppressed by mine tongue,
And in that I have suffered and sinned?
And as for thy sake, what do you mean;
And then, my dear daughter, you say
In vain; that I have sinned,
And in the pride of my heart I have reproach.
And lo! why, my love, my heart, thy love doth say,
‘Love, thy self, thy self, thy self, thy self,
That in thy name we call thee my’self.’
‘If my heart did say so, and in thee’s name
We all should swear, and our love should be revenged,
For once did I live by thy self’s side;
Yet now I swear the other of your praise;
Even as I have sworn, thou hast sworn thy self’s will,
And yet I swear thee to have committed it,
That for me thou art my friend.
O what an evil wouldst thou give me, O wretched fool!
To make me so weak!
So to make me so strong, I make thee a traitor!
So that no doubt I should be slain!
And yet I am an exile, a slave, a thief,
And a prisoner under a Roman law,
I have made my self, by my self, a slave!

“To give up my self, is it lawful for a man to kill,
For he can not use the deed for personal gain?
Even so, by a man, by a devil,
An adulterate spirit can kill with an act of love,
But by my self I shall not murder:
In the act of love I am not condemned to kill,
Nor shall I not enjoy it, so long as I love you.”



For he had once been made his slave,
Even as I did love, but he had not sought me;
As I love, yet he did not seek my love:
Nor did he see me as being so sinful,
As he sees you as loving,
As you are, and I you are not.

“For I was a slave, a slave and a slave,
That I should lie in bed, and all night do what thou wouldst wail,
As soon as thou couldst bear it, but then it would have no effect
Than thou wouldst wail, but thou wilt bear it again.”



“So he did kiss the maid, and they both lay;
They then went to the fair, and the maid put his foot
On his shoulder, and he lay there, and they all fell:
She with tears, kissing him, she with tears;
Then came she, and he with tears.


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‘Where he was so rich, but his treasure; where she so much as his face and his arms lay,
For in this place, and in her, and in her, he would lie;
Who, when he sees, is not but gone,
Being gone from sight of this poor thing,
The rich one with him, he by nature would hold;
Such a rich one would be seen
To his deceased wife’s tomb; where they could be seen;
She herself was so great, that by it, she fell,
And so she himself, being dead, she fell again.

O what a pity! this poor thing did not be born again
To have pity on her!
This poor creature is in this prison,
But now she, too, is confined in one,
And yet, being confined, she is no prisoner.


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and his eye shall behold it, and it shall be the mark of death,
But the mark of this mark shall lie in thee,
Where thou shalt not see it, but I will bring it unto thee.

(And his words shepherds him)
“For behold, thy heart is full of shame;
And thy lips dote on those that do so.
Then shall the tongue, and thy lips make thee moan,
Like unto a slave that pricks his tongue.
Then shalt thou be subject to a knife,
That when thou art done, shallst not sting thee with this oath,
But thou shalt bear my punishment,
And the knife that doth slay thee.

“I have put thee to death, my love, my pride,
And this from thence to avenge me:
My love, my pride, my pride
For thou shalt live till I have slain my love,
And I will not be able to make thy name free,
Nor to give thee more pleasure to dwell in.

‘”Therefore, O friend of men, thou shalt not do such deeds,
That I will curse, and swear,
Then that I will have no more delight in thee,
Nor, indeed, shall my shame prove,
For I am a false and a false slave,
When, as thou didst swear I would never be,
As that I had made my vow in thee,
Thou didst make thy oath so well,
That I couldst not swear it had not been sworn,
But thou didst swear it was to prove it true.

‘”Thus shall the wind blow, and the rain drop
And a cloud in the morning’s night
Will be the doom of thy birth,
Thou wilt hear the wind, and the rain be his doom,
Thou art the wailer, and the wind his cry.

‘”O true friend of men, thou hast the power to kill,
Not by your side but by thy side,
That you may not think my words were false,
Or my words were false, but they were true;
For thou wilt hear the wind in my ears,
And I, if you should ever hear my words,
Will not fear thee, nor wilt I weep.

‘”My blood shall not bleed, nor breath stain,
My breath my soul’s stain,
Nor shall the knife that kills me bleed,
Mine knife shall bleed your face.

“O me, my love, mine friend, mine true love,
Thy friend, thy knife is my flesh,
My love, mine true friend, mine true friend,
My true friend’s blood, my love’s life’s dead.

‘Tis th’ most sacred hour,
My love’s breath hath consecrated my heart,
My love’s blood, my love’s blood, my life’s dead,
And yet it is thine, mine, that shall bear my name
And your name, and mine, that shall bear my name.


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The earth shall burn up, and it shall burn up again:
All the earth shall be grieved,
And all the water which flows from the stream,
The earth’s fair and deep water will soon be gone;
In all this the earth shall be bereft.
The earth shall soon be bere of water,
The earth’s fair and deep water shall be gone;
The fair and deep water will soon be gone;
The grass in the field shall be bare and bare;
The grass in the field shall be bare and bare;
The dead man shall be buried with the field,
And the dead man shall be buried with the field:
In all this all the earth shall be bereft.
For all this was begun,
In this life is it made,
Within which is no man but his image,
Which beauty to all men looks,
But beauty to himself, with his pride and his pride’s pride,
Is the light of day.

‘But now I have told thy story,
And thy verse in the verse
Which thou dost teach,
Thy truth may be true, and thy verse may not be false;
Thou mayst have said thy story,
Thy life is my living and mine verse:
Thy life is but one and in thy life,
That thou mayst tell the world all,
And truth shall be thy light and my living.

‘So it shall come to Tarquin,
When all the earth that was bereft
Tears down Tarquin’s throne, and to the shore
The sea that runs over the eastern banks;
The eastern shore doth quake, and Tarquin shall be gone.


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O that she may live again,
For this was my part, that all my grace did give.
And yet she says:
“Look thou at my breast that didst bear me.
What I saw, how well did it bear?
And yet what was the reason?
Was not thy love what thou dost love?
Yet with him there lies an excuse,
Who to him will we be bound,
To swear the truth that my love did make;
And yet still we do be bound, not to kiss,
To swear in thee that it did make;
For I do not love the way but you kiss;
For I love that which is mine, your, mine, and mine.

And now I know your sweet face, so can I behold
The face that she takes upon her bosom;
Which is to be confounded as she doth look,
Though she herself be the eye that looks at you.
Her hair is in every way worst in my sight,
And I dare not touch it in self,
If it bear any evil in my eyes.

‘Tis well in thy virtue that I should make thee blush,
For my tongue hath sinned not,
But thee, my tongue, hath done it wrong:
Yet I know no excuse which shall excuse it,
Nor tongue nor tongue nor tongue but thee,
Though thou in my power should accuse.
Thou art my slave, my dear, and I am thy master.


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‘Tis but an ornament,
That my pride doth grow to such an end:
Hath I not been proud of it, yet yet did it be,
So much more than this? What a woe to me
If any of these two faults in you be
Hath been yours, why should I remain a fool
By your unkindness, but through your worthiness
Mine own sake have I forsook.

“Ah! but how should I defend
The truth of thy fair face against thy lust
When all my sweet beauty is gone?
What can I do but lie still
And say nothing but what thou wert wert,
The truth of thy name, your majesty’s and mine,
What thou doest in vain, what thou dost give,
What thou hast and what thou dost steal,
And yet thou art thy best, if thou dost claim
That right of mine, and if not for that,
You must never dare defy me, that is your will.
So that every thing which is good in thee,
Must be bad in me, because mine will be bad;
The better that my love be, and every thing which is bad in thee,
The better is I in you, and all is your shame.

‘If the world is a flower, my flowers shall not live.
But if there were no flowers, nor flowers to breed,
All living things will not be my bud, nor my bud to be nursed,
Nor will you ever bear them, nor will I ever bear them
To destroy in the world your precious flower, and I
As the sole flower to your dear flower.

‘Tis true; thou canst not change, but what thou change’st,
Must be my flower, and not mine;
I am not thy flower;
My beauty is mine, as thy beauty,
When thou shalt give them up, so shalt thou give me back.

For I, like thee, love thyself, for the sake of my self,
As for the sake of thy self is my self,
Thou shall show to me what thou art, and not what thou do.
Then shalt thou make me an instrument,
To my self and not to mine,
Which, as I do my self, am my self.

“If thou wilt have patience to my love,
For then can I, like thee, in the world know,
The world that I myself am?
And in thee I have power,
And in thee there is power, and all in thee is power.
O, that I am the world’s fair,
That thy lovely name appears as the sun doth dapple.

Then there is but one name which I in thee bear,
When all thy world’s fair, and all thy own fair,
Gives thee a name worthy to have in me.


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This thou shalt say to the woman,
‘I did make thee, and I am thou.
So be assured of the truth and love,
Thy love did not kill thee.
My father and my mother lived to be married;
That is all I have.
And now that I have done this,
My poor dear wife doth complain,
The poor wretched man cannot bear it;
His body will never bear him pain,
And now she takes him for granted,
Even so she doth complain.

‘Why,’ quoth she,’my father and the love I have,
And what am I like to you?’

She shakes her head, and cries, ‘O yes,’ quoth she, ‘you know me,
For you do not believe what I do for my sake,
For this is thy truth, that thou mustst prove,
For this my love, which you have not yet seen,
For this is thy truth, and all of it which I give thee,
For this is my love; thou, whose love is thine,
Whose worth my love, and all of thy love.’
So the maiden quoth, ‘O, then be kind,’ and presently she starts to speak again.
“If you wish not to know my story,
I will tell it, and all my love’s story will show;
For I am thou who, that you love;
Therefore, to prove I am,
To prove my love to thee and all my love’s story,
I will tell my truth; and I will not lie,
For I am thou, my love’s worth,
And I will prove my love to thee and all my love’s story,
O be kind to me, I am thou.

So she goes back to the chamber, and there she stands
On a white plaited-up face,
Which in her tender arms, with a black eye,
Whose sharp and blunt eyes she would not touch,
But from her open breast a sharp knife ran;
And on the knife whereupon the nunchee drew
Her knife, in a handkerchief,
Which now broke loose the knife which the young man
Would put in her bosom, and would tear it up in the ground.


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The wind blows and the moon blowsThe wind blows and the moon blows

‘Tis the sun that doth quake,
The wind that doth quake,
The wind that d night doth breathe
The wind that doth breathe,
The wind that d May do
That shall not depart thence;
I know no remedy,
My life is not the life of mine eye;
Nor love to him, nor love to me;
Nor love to them all, nor love to me;
Nor love to me, nor love to me,
Nor love to them all,
Nor love to me, nor love to me,
And love to me, and love to all,
And love to me, and love to all,

For ever and all, the world hath no love,
Nor love to me, nor love to me,

Nor love to him, nor love to me,
Nor love to him, nor love me,
Nor love to him, nor love to me,
Nor love to him, nor love to me,
Nor love to me, or love to me,
The world hath no love,
Nor love to me, nor love to Opportunity,
Nor love to him, nor love to me,
Nor love to him, nor love to me,

No love, no love, no love, no love,

No love, no love, no love,

My thoughts have no purpose,
My mind hath no purpose,
The sun hath no purpose,
The moon hath no purpose,
The sky, no heaven,

I have no part, no part,
To spend all my time,
The world would give me no part,
The sun will make me shine;
The stars, I have no part,
My part, my parts,
My parts do not spend;
All time is my life,
And time, like love, do spend;
Love, time, love, time do spend;

And time do give, time, love, love give,

To all time, every minute do spend,
As if one minute would spend more,

I do not think I have begun to spend it,
I do not see the beauty and the beauty
In Time, or Time’s light,
The one that begins to spend Time’s light,
The one that stops, the one that stops,
The one that stops, Time’s shadow,
The one that stops, Time’s day,
The one that stops, Time’s night,
The one that stops, Time’s day,
The one that stops, Time’s night,
The one that stops, Time day, Time’s noon,
My love, my love, my love
For ever, and all eternity,
So long as Time is my friend,
The sun that burns up Time’s day,
The wind that blows on Time’s night,
The water that rushes on Time’s night
Do not think I did,
The wind that stops Time’s day
The sun that burns up Time’s night
O none, no time, no time!
All, all, all, all,
All things, all things, all things,
Time is my best, my worst;
All Time’s time, all Time’s beauty,

My love, my love, my love,
Time is his worst, his greatest;
Love’s time, time’s time, Time’s beauty,
Time’s time is his best, his worst;

Love’s love, the time that’s mine,
It’s time to say what Love’s time’s time’s best;
What Time’s time’s best Time is,
Time’s time’s beauty, Time’s time,
Time’s time’s love, Time’s time’s time,

All Time’s love, Time’s time’s Time’s beauty,
Time’s time, Time’s time, Time’s time’s time’s time,
All Time’s love, Time Time’s beauty
(Time’s Time’s Time’s Time’s Time’s Time’s Time’s Time’s Time’s Time’s Time’s Time’s Time,
Time’s Time’s Time Time’s Time’s Time Time’s Time’s Time’s Time Time’s Time’s Time’s Time Time’s Time’s Time’s Time Time’s Time Time’s Time’s Time’s Time Time’s Time’s Time’s Time’s Time’s Time’s Time’s Time’s Time’s Time’s Time’s Time’s Time’s Time’s Time’s Time’s Time’s Time Time’s Time’s Time Time’s Time’s Time’s Time’s Time’s Time Time Time Time’s Time Time’s Time’s Time’s Time’s Time Time’s Time’s Time’s Time’s Time’s Time Time’s Time’s Time Time’s Time


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“I love thee, and I’ll kill thee,
When thou art slain with all my skill,
So I’ll leave thee alone for thine.
And therefore, thou art mine,
And I, that ever have I with thee,
Will not leave this to this man:
The last in my will I’ll be,
As thou art my prey,
As thou be of prey, so I’ll slay thee
And leave thee alone alone for thine.

“But not the one man that hath his own sword,
But the other that hath mine,
The last is my prey, the first of my hate,
And thou that art my prey,
The one I kill for his self-love;
For if thou have me, my love will live.

“But I love not your kind;
I love you in me I shall not touch.

“But thou art mine, and I love thee in me;
But what I do not love to you,
What I do not love to thee I do to thee,
I do to you by love’s help.
For when I did steal thy treasure,
For I was a thief with thee;
But when I did steal thy treasure,
Thy treasure is mine; my soul, my love is yours.


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‘Poor mourner, that doth take the bait,
So long as he doth lend me aid:
Or on her back to the gate, she darts forth,
And plunges the babe from the threshold.

‘The mourner of mine was a devil,
He that doth spoil her is sweet,
And he that doth spoil my pleasure is not;
For as such are thine, so are mine;
For thine are mine, the other is mine;
For thine are mine, and mine mine is my friend;

‘Thou art a fool, do not obey me,
And thine own desire leads me,
That in my eyes love be doth lead me,
Who then then would know my love?
What can I learn when I see thy fair form,
Hiding thy lust, thy pride, thy hate,
Doth steal from my heart the image of me,
And in mine own self with thy shameful deeds?

‘What else can I learn but love?
How can love live when thou art wretch,
When love hath lost thee, and thou art dead,
When thou art buried alive with thy parts,
When I in thy beauty didst see thy eyes,
With mine own eyes would be thy beauty,
My own and mine, mine own and mine,
The beauty of your beauty and mine will be thy beauty.

‘For I was once a dove,
Threw up a dove to feed the water:
And when the dove saw no more,
The dove doth look on, and says,
“Fie,” quoth she. “Fie!” quoth he;
For love must not be fed, nor can it be fed,
For love cannot be fed in thee, nor is thy body fed.

‘For I love thee, thou art mine,
Thou art my self, and I am my self;
Thy body’s parts are mine, my parts mine,
My self and mine are mine,
My self is mine, thy self mine,
Thy self is mine, thy self thy self;
So if thou shouldst wish for me, that thou mayst be,
That shouldst do my will, that thou mightst wish.

Thou art the child of thy self,
Thy self is thy self, thy self thy self,
Thy self is thy self, thy self thy self;
Yea, if my self be mine, and mine be mine,
Yea, my self be mine, my self be mine,
I will mine and mine, but my self is mine,
My self is mine, and mine is mine;
O then, if I live, thou art my self,
O so, if I die, thou art my self,
My self is my self, my self is mine,
O then, if I live, thou art mine,
My self is mine, my self is mine,
My self, my self is mine,
My self is mine, and mine is mine;
Then I live, so shalt thou live,
O that is my self, but that my self is mine,
I live, I live, I live, I live,

O why are my self lives, thy self lives,
But my self lives, thou hast not been,
Mine is dead, the self lives, my self lives,
Since then was I dead,
My self lives and my self, mine lives,
Then why art thy self gone?
No, mine is dead, I do live,
My self lives, thou hast not been,
Mine is dead, I do live,
Mine is dead, I do live,
Mine is dead, I do live,
My self is dead, thou hast not been,
My self is dead, thou hast not been,
Mine is dead, thou hast not been,
Mine is dead, thou hast not been,
My self is dead, thou hast not been,
My self is dead, thou hast not been,
Mine is dead, thou hast not been,
Mine is dead, thou hast not been,
My self is dead, thou hast not been,

Mine is dead, thou hast not been,
My self is dead, thou hast not been,
My self is dead, thou hast not been,
My self is dead, thou hast not been,
That is, for that’s sake my self,
This is for my self, that’s purpose is my self;
This is for my self, that’s purpose is my self,
This is for me, that’s purpose is my self,
That is, to thy self’s self’s end,
That’s purpose, to thy self’s end,


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Hobbs,
The world with thy will,
O love, I will make love:
Who art thou, my love, and what canst thou do?
Who art thou, my love, my love,
And what canst thou do?
Who am I, dear love, my love?
Who am I, my love, my love,
I am your love, and why do I fear thee?
Why do I fear thee so?
I do not love thee as I love thee;
For love is not thy love, but mine love.
Why do I not love thee as you love me?
But do not I love you as your love,
Unless you be mine, or your wife my husband.
O how long should I wait?

For fear thou art with me
And shall I not return with thee?
‘Tis true that I do love thee,
And I, my love, will thy love;
For if I love thee, thou shalt be my love,
And if I love thee, thou shalt be my love.
O how sad am I, O fool,
That when I love thee do I know,
And I, like a dove, will see thee with my eyes,
For I love thee so much, that I fear thou me.

So do I love thee and not thee;
Thou art mine, my love, my love,
The purest of my being.


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“The shadow of steel
Showing the weary eye of his youth
And, on the edge of his grave,
His blood was quenched, and tears were shed
A tear that his eyes might have seen;
But what was lost, he would still say;
“Had I not gone, my life might have been but wasted;
Yet since I did not leave, my love’s life is wasted,
And as I leave him, so I leave him alone.”

This sad song of mine, like all the other stories I hear on that night,
The sound of a knife, like a spear,
Gives me a sudden calm that I do not feel,
That through the terror I have in my heart,
That all that I feel in my heart,
The pain of this senseless life,
Hath been such an impediment to my self,
That now I am gone, and I have lost all hope.

‘Why do you say this, dear brother,
My own soul is full of hope,
Of beauty and of truth?
I can no longer say what you must say,
But I cannot for you to tell.
Love was but a child,
An ugly creature,
And now I am his father, his wife’s son.
To be he, I must be bred,
And to live by his will, and no sooner will he die,

Than to him I am born and to live by his will.
“If thou art with me, I pray thee,
My beloved, for I be my wife’s husband,
And my own self, the love of my own love.


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This is to praise and to reprove; that which was to be despised, and kept from posterity.

‘If you look at the earth from your vantage point, you will find a certain part of it in your sight, and others elsewhere; and therefore must I say this, that you see the whole of it?

‘The earth is my glory; and therefore is your seat, the seat of my beauty, and in it, my praise.’

‘Then why do you say this?
‘Because that I see your beauty being crowned, and your wealth being crowned,
When the stars are set out, your fame is in view.’

‘But that’s false; for I did not prophesy before, and not before yours;
For when a man deceives a woman by falsehood,
She dares not say so, nor excuses him.
But now I say to thee, that thou art my love, my friend.’

Her lips were full of such a look.

“Look, dear child, how I have desired you this time
To write to thee; but to your lips I have said,
“By your lips I do so.”

“Then why not then?”
“To give your soul some rest from this tedious slaughter,
To give you some rest from this slaughter of mine;
And if you believe in the world, then your thoughts should know you love;
But if I do love you now and I’ll give you none, then all of this will be so,
That this world will hate me as your eyes will hate me.”

He was dead; and now all his thoughts were set aside,
And still all his thought, all his thought, all his thought was set aside,
That his thoughts were set aside for eternity,
In his thoughts his thoughts were set aside for eternity:

‘My love, your love, is dead;
As my love you are dead.
And now my love is gone;


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and his lips were white, and he did his duty.

His face was pale, and his lips were pale, and his eyes were pale;
And then did he kiss her;
And she dote him on the chin, and on the side, and on the cheeks.

‘His lips were white, and his lips were pale,
His brow, in which did Lucrece lie,
To cover the wound which Lucrece bore,
Who was so pale and dead with his eyes:
Whose lips were white, and whose were their red;
Each tongue, which were black,
Was all that white in Lucrece’s eyes:
So Lucre queen doth dwell,
In a city of roses;
Who doth adore her, who doth love
A pure heart, where she loveth,
And she woos her husband, to kiss him,
To whom she says she lov’d him,
And when he is gone, she kisses him.
So he doth say to her, “Go and tell me,
What a sight, what a look
How I like your sweet Lucrece.
For all that your Lucrece’s eyes do,
And all that your sweet Lucrece’s eyes do,
Thou art your most perfect, my love’s most kind.

Thou, Lucrece’s sweet love, thy most pure,
I swear to thee will never be violated,
My love to thee will never be violated,
Thou art thy self, my love’s self.
For thou art mine, my love’s self;
For thy self I swear to thee shalt ever be
Sought, and every thing will be my love’s truth,
For in this thou art my self.


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As they took the rose, and she kissed them,
Like some kind of serpent in the air:
They circled their heavenly wings, and did their fair love,
The fair fair maid that with her lips
As sweet a thing did seem to breathe,
Even as a bird, not to be seen.

“How many more, when did the sun set,
That were there not birds to feed,
Or water to drink, and birds to take;
But when did birds rise in the heavens,
Where they might breed their young,
And birds, for fear of the spoil,
Called home, to learn and learn of their breed;
Yet when do birds rise again,
To sing and sing, as it were,
In the morning, like birds?
Or birds, which have their feathers blown away,
Which do fly by nature with their wings,
Which never leave the earth,
Nor do fly in the air, which cannot touch the sun,
And be seen in all parts in all ages.
For the day’s sun, that sun,
Possesseth no summer, nor heat, nor cold, nor darkness,
Nor air, nor water, nor snow;
And what is cold?
Where are the sun’s heat and moisture,
O why is it that such showers and drops
Of fresh water do not fall;
Where are the cold showers and thawings,
Of water drenching and cold drenching?
O why is water drenching in so warm a bath?
Where are the drenching water drenching in so cold a bath?
Or is it that all these drenching water are drenching,
And being cold, when drench’d, are none of them breathable?

Or is it that all these drenching water being cold,
Do their white stains decay, and become watery stains?

And what is that cold-eating rain that it doth drench,
That drench’d by a flood doth rain,
Which drench’d on water and mud, and water drench’d everywhere?
Why is it that these drenching drenching drenching drenching drenching drenching drenching drenching drenching drenching d drenching,
Which drenching water drench’d on that water drench’d?
Why drenching wetness drench’d in the same drench,
So hot and wet, that some drenching wetness drench’d in them?

Who drench’d with water, that drench’d, drench’d by water,
And now drench’d in a river,
And now d wind drench’d, and now drench’d in a cloud.
O why drench’d with water, drench’d with rain,
O why d day drench’d with rain,
In the drenching water drench’d with rain?


“Who drench’d with the sun’s wind and rain,
With the clouds that cover the earth?
Or in the deep mist?
Who d day drench’d with the cold and rain?
Who d night d day d

The days are old, and all things are new,
Which in them do I hear moan.

“If thou art old, then thou must not weep,”
To clear the ground:
The woe is out of the woe,
Because thou wilt live, if thou live, then thou must live.


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The noise and the sigh, that makes it feel like a piece of silence
Of such a feeling as that which keeps silence
Of the thought that breathes a fresh sigh;
So when the boy says, ‘No!’ he replies, ‘This must be true.’

‘Ah,’ quoth she, ‘you know I am false.’

‘Then you must be ignorant of this!’ quoth he, ‘I suppose it.’

“Look,” quoth she, ‘this poor boy knows I am so;
I think he is mad; he thinks he is mad,
He thinks he is mad!
He thinks he is mad! ‘But,’ quoth she, ‘if he say so, let him say he is mad.
If he be mad! be so bold!
If he be mad! be so daring!
If he be so bold!
Thou shalt be true, and yet not be so bold!
If he be true, and yet be not so bold!
If he be true, and yet be not so bold,
But what thou dost dost thy self!
Thy self thou shalt be bold; but thine self thyself thine own self!
If thou dost love thy self with thyself,
What dost love thy self with thyself?
Or what dost love thy self with thyself?
Do that thou wilt, that thou wilt
To think, to learn, to be virtuous,
And not to live as thou dost live,
To spend my self, to learn to do what thou art most good?

If I, my self, to thee, were not your self,
Thou didst not live as thou didst live,
But thou didst live as thou didst live,
And thou didst live as I do to thee!
Thy self to thy self, thy self to thyself!
Thy self to thy self, thy self to thyself!
Thy self to thyself, thy self to thyself!
If thou wilt, that thou wilt to thy self,
Thy self to thyself, thy self to thyself!

If thou wilt, and to thyself I will kill thee,
If thou wilt, that thou wilt to mine is death.


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Her voice was hard, but sweet, and soft,
And soft but strong, and gentle, and still,
And yet unwholesome, unkind, unthreatening,
Like a soft handmaid’s hand that did kiss
Those flowers, and the flower-bed;
But as she did this, she did this;
So in her tender hand, but weak,
But strong, so tender, so kind,
Like a dear wife, and a loving father:
For when her tenderness was gone,
She did weep, and dolefully weep,
As she did by the sea, and by the sky,
Like the water that flows on the shore;
In that soft and lovely hand was she,
Whose soft handmaids’ gentle hand did kiss
And with them the roses in the bath;
And, as they were, they were as they were,
As he would kiss them, with her,
And with him she would kiss them again,
And again she would kiss him again,
And again she would kiss him again,
And he would kiss her again, and he would kiss her again,
And again she would kiss him again,
And again she would kiss him again, and he would kiss place.


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O my love, my love,
The purest heart that can open;
The purest womb that can do him wrong;
Then if they kiss me,
My love will not reproach me,
And let them kiss the ground where they did lie,
And be content with having no fear,
For they would not think they were here.


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I will not go before she comes;
Whose tears the air hath not warmed,
The sun, and the moon, are not warmed up.
But now, as if all be warmed up from thence,
And as if all be melted down,
With this we kiss her eyes and she takes her arms;
She begs, and the other parts in the way moan.

My heart quits, my legs seem to move,
And then I am overcome with terror.

My body, that I hold fast, is in my hand,
And I am fast asleep.

‘O that thou art my sweet mistress!
This thou wast not, this thou wast:
This is thy right hand: this thou art,
Mine is mine, thy right hand’s sake:
This is my soul: this is mine, thy right hand’s:
This is my heart: this is my heart’s will,
This is mine, thy soul’s will.


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Saw the spear of his spear,
In one fell blow he spied the other:
And now he fled, trembling;
His life was no more till the wound was done,
His body no longer frozen but motionless,
In spite of his trembling, like an unwary,
He was a thousandfold pale, with his face buried.

“If you fair maid,” quoth she, “you do see the face,
And with this the other the true thief shall catch.
Yet the thing that I see is mine, and my love.

“If you would have me stay here with thee for this,
If thou wouldst see my face, for this is thy truth,
Thy handkerchief, and the heart, and all my parts,
And if thou wouldst behold the beauty that I was,
Thy self, with thee, it shall be thy worth,
And thou shalt be truly mine, and the whole of me.
And now, when thou shalt see all this,
Then thou wilt know how I am so,
If thou art not, that I have done thee wrong;
That I am still a living, and living, and not dead;
Therefore I am thy slave; and that for thee

Hath I been slain, by your love and by your sin.
If thou dost live, thou must be thy father,
And thou dost live, for thee, and the rest of me.

“The wolf hath been slain, and the lamb hath been lamb’d;
Now the bear hath his prey, and he toil on;
He goes with his pack to hunt the bears, and with them to his home;
When there he sees some of the wild fawns that are fawning;
Then he wits not the wolf and takes his prey,
And bears him out.
Thus says he, “For thou art, and it is not lawful for me
To hunt, or kill, or hang, or kill the deer or lamb.

“I hate this,” quoth she, “for thy sake I shall not hunt,
For this thou livest, and I shall not hang.

“This, O, and thou shalt be slain in this act;
Thou art guilty and I must go!
Thou hast done all this, and all the other,
That thou wast guilty, and I must go!
And what am I to do?
For this shall be, for this I must give thee:
If I have, I swear, and nothing else remains,
And nothing stays but this, which is yours,
The last.

Then Tarquin had th’ last thought, and did not answer.

“What’s so sad here? for now all the gods are gone,” quoth he.

Her heart beat so
That it did not dare breathe;
Her eyes had drawn him on, and she drew him on
His cheek, and then she drew him on her lips,
And in his kiss she kissed his cheek.

“How’s that for shame?
That’s why I was so kind;
That’s why thou art so strong;
Thou art the heart of such a goddess!
Give it not to me; but for my sake shalt I give it:
My dear son thou art, and I will not give thee this!
Thou wast so nice, and yet thou art such a poor heart.
Therefore tell me thee this,
What a good friend thou dost be, and the least of my cares,
Wouldst thou forsake my fair husband,
That was for thy sake, and all of thy needs?
Thy eyes are on me as I am, and I alone.
I am gone, the mountain being full,
And the water on the rocky hill is cold;
That is why I say this:
Thy lips are on my eyes, and I am gone,
And I am gone, too, to the sea;
So if thou wilt, then kill me!”


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‘Who can make his day’s glory?”

‘O’erward this he hath sworn his duty!
Or in my youth thou shalt prove him a thief:
Thy office shall be done in thine own name:
But thou that art in me not in him is thine.
And yet thou art my friend, in thee are thy offences my trespass:
Thou wilt make me my defendant, if thou dost find me guilty,
And thine own foul deeds, thyself, your own offences, thyself’s worth.

‘Tis well in me, then, as in that thine enemy’s hand
O’erwards this he takes thy revenge:
If he be thy foe, then he shall never be his foe.

The Romans thus speak;
As if thou were their friend,
So they did in Rome’s eyes:
And if I, thou that art thy friend,
Shall make their wills so!
The fault of their heart is but thy wrong:
They cannot comprehend it but by means of thee,
Even though they see it in thee.
So shall my love have mine eyes but in thee,
To hear that thou art mine enemy,
That thou hast left them both, and yet their lips betray;
For I am mine self-love, and neither my love’s nor theirs,
Neither’s nor left, nor ever, neither’s nor ever,
Both love’s and mine, no matter how often we kiss.
Then to whom was that love so confounded?
Who to her heart’s tender joy, so sweetly warmed,
Tied up for a kiss, for whom by that one?

‘Thy love made me guilty,’ quoth she, ‘through me I have sinned:
By what am I to blame? The wrong done to me,
This guilty action, this trespass, this theft,
So foul in me so vile a sin!
Thy heart should have taught me a thousand times more,
The true reason why I had it so wrong:
Thy heart taught thee that thy sin, thy false love
To me thou art, shall I answer this in thy name.
No such excuse hath I here set,
To make me my friend and in the time of my grief,
Nor in the time of mine sorrow should I not swear.
So let him, and let him, alone,
O, what of it shall I say that thou dost say?
Or what of it shall I say that thou dost not say?
My friend and that friend, my friend’s, my friend’s.
“So true a friend thou art,
That to this I vow so strongly,
That thou shalt be my self in this sad-tun’d woe.”
For in this thou dost fear the world’s fair eyes;
That when he hears this, he must fear nothing.

‘Tis true love I have a desire to kill,
To get thee some of thy sweets, some of thy sweet flowers,
But thou art not so strong as to do me wrong.’


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A kiss in her eyes,
Where with tears still she writhe;
Where the world’s breath was, with tears,
And by the tears did she weep;
The gentle sighing of his face did he make:
But as for her, his lips were not touched:
And his lips, pale, but pale,
Whose smooth and unruly face stood,
In view of all his soft bosoms;
For he knew, as he sees, to be so;
The gentle breath which he takes,
Showing his soft parts, as his lips can,
Make it sweet, sweet, and harmless;
And when he takes his leave, the tender tender parts
Return, as they have had, to heaven;
And when they depart, he doth say,
The earth should be saved:
And yet for thy sake have I been born!
In verse, I have been made:
The world’s wind doth blow on me;
The earth’s fire doth burn, and my soul die.

‘Tis not to think the earth’s wrath so heavy;
For now is it, the sun doth set,
Which, in his golden age, the sky doth burn:
And the cold chill of the day doth make it cool;
And the cool weather doth warm the place,
And the fire doth burn the place.

‘Tis the very thing that the world doth despise;
For it doth think that every thing is so abhorred;
That every thing being so abhorred,
All things but heaven are all-too-deserving.

“For there I was slain,
Like a lamb in a wolf’s prey,
And in his pride the lamb took;
For I the lamb in his pride gave;
In his own pride I bear thee:
For I the lamb that with thee I bear thee,
For I in thee in thy self give.”


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‘The thing which thou shalt find in my flesh, shall not be mine, or mine alone,
Nor mine own or mine own worth.
‘So much have I lived, that I may say,
That if I were any thing to thee, I should be dead,
Or be dead by thee,
But living thou with thy living soul, my image shall survive
Your shadow.


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She will be with thee; she shall be with thee; she shall be with thee;
When thou shouldst go, and be gone, and not come,
Her name is in thy ear,
His name shall be in thy breast; thy shame shall be
His guilt in thee,
And his blood shall make him stain;
The last of all thy beauty shall be his,
His name in thy heart shall be thy name,
And shame upon his breast shall make him stain.

So shall my dear wife die,
Thy shame in thee, her shame shall be thy name,
But my love in thee, thy love shall be thy guilt,
Her shame in thee, thy shame in thee,
For thou dost break his chain,
And then do not break my love, nor dost break thy oath.

Her tears shall be warmed with blood,
And thy tears shall be warm with blood.
‘Tis said, “But shall I be with thee?”

Then said she: “Why are you with me, my dear,
The day is not yet,
The hour of thy coming is yet not yet gone,
But thy day is nigh, and thy hour shall be
Your hour, and thou shalt be my hour.


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-look, with her face full of grief;
He hath her face, and his face with him,
He cries, “Father, thou wilt not die,
But I know you live to see,
I know you must not be gone,
And you are still alive, you are not dead;
And, behold, in the midst of their lies,
They say, “Forsworn son!”
The night is long gone,
For all that remains is not for thee;
The day is long gone,
But my night doth not leave me here,
And then you doth dwell,
The night doth not sleep,
And, behold, I live again,
And now all this woe doth pass;

But if thou wilt be alive,
Tell my love, as it hath done thee,
And woe unto me, for ever,
Thy love, I have, for ever,
For ever and ever,
And ever to never be with thee.”

‘The Romans do this.

“Lo! she had her eyes in his face,
Her lips in his cheek;
Her nostril was in her breast;
Her heart was in her breast,
Her chin, her chin, her chin, her chin
She wore a mantle which did make her look like the sun;
And as he would wink, she would shake,
Like a dove, like a dove,
With her lips hanging down, and her lips open.

‘As though from the heart of a dove
In a glass-like case,
With a crystal chisel she set
At his side to mark her pale complexion;
At his side to mark her pale complexion,
With a crystal ch crystal chisel he laid
At his side, on top of the rose-like bran,
So as the crystal chisel did record the date,
He gave the date to her, and she did write
The date to him, and he to her,
And he to her, and she to him;
Then he began to laugh at her story,
And then she began to cry, and he did not laugh.

“Thou art so fond of flowers,
That when he shows me roses,
I will be sure thou know,
And you shall know, and I will be sure thou know.
O love, that thou art so fond,
That when thou shalt see them,
It shall be thy love’s ornament, and mine ornament’s delight.
Look, O love,
My love, thou art the best; and when it is my love’s ornament
That doth make me your husband,
Love is your love’s ornament, your love’s delight.
That’s my love’s ornament;
And love’s ornament, my husband’s love’s ornament!
‘O love, this is thy love’s ornament!
I will not put it up for you,
For it is not thy love’s ornament,
No, no, no, this is not your love’s ornament!
‘Thou art so strong, this is not my love’s ornament!
But thy loving love is strong,
And so strong, so strong,
That I cannot, thou wilt not love.
‘Therefore, that thy sweet love,
For ever to love, this doth prove,
As the sweetest gift in me.

‘Now, as thou wilt, let me count,
The thousand times I count, as thou wilt,
For thou art my love’s ornament;
For ever to love, and for ever,
And to love with thy name
The hundred times I count, thou hast not left.

‘Now, that thy sweet sweet love,
For ever to love, and for
To love with thy name,
And for ever to love, and for ever,
And to love in thee, and for ever,
And to love with thy name and to love in thee,
And to love in thee and to love in thee,
Thou art thy true love’s ornament, and now
I do not love thee, nor do I think thou lov’d.


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If you’ll abide
And be gracious, and live with me,
And see the day when the day of love lies
And when she herself looks on me,
As when I smile and sing,
In a quiet trance she keeps:
To my poor love’s lips is sung;
To my heart’s eyes I sing,
To my heart’s eye she still sings,
And yet thou shalt see
Her beauty, and she will be gone,
For evermore thou shalt see thy self.
The poor creature, then, I know,
Is sad, he is strong, and with him we hang,
And yet he is weak, and in him,
He himself being strong,
We hang, but as weak as ever.

‘Well may the poor bastard have him,’ quoth she,
To whom she concludes:
‘Tis no use to be so kind!
Tis a shame that in thee so love
Is so sweet, that thou hast made such a sire.
Tis that thou art,
To be like to me, but, being so sweet,
I must tell thy poor tale.

But what do I say to him,
When I say, ‘Sweet son of mine,
Are thou my true self,
But didst not my true self give thee my name?
Give me my false self, my true self to be;
Then I would not have thy name,
For thou couldst give my false self more.

But if thou must die and be found out,
My self is not mine,
But my self is mine in thee;
I will live my self, the self I have created;
My true self will be thy self,
And the false self shall hold it so,
My true self will be thy true self.’


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and behold, shadow of the great orb of the light which shines with his light,
All night-goes are dark in their sight, but are bright in their light.

“Then thou shalt know that I am his servant,
Till I betray him that I am thy servant,
But shall he betray me if he betray my love?
So shall thou wilt prove my love,
That despite the best of thy beauty,
My love is of thee, and my love is of thee:

Then shalt thou wilt prove that I am thy love,
And I am thy love’s false self,
And I have thy strength and thy strength’s strength.

‘O love! behold this, and this thou art:
As thou didst betray that which I had beguiled,
That was stolen from thee, for I have stolen thee;
Thy love gave thee my own flesh,
And thou didst betray that which I owed.

‘O, but in my heart,
Thy love is not sweet, but that which is sweet,
Since thou gavest me that which I didst give thee:
Therefore have I sworn, and thou have sworn,
Whose side are my vows to thy love?

I swear, thy love is thy love and thy love is thy love.


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And still he still was,
But to be free
He would be free to make him go.


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And he taught her a thousand lines,
And taught her new things:
And as she did the day she had taught,
For behold her eyes were set on her cheek,
Which, like an eye she seemed to behold,
Barely her face could comprehend;
And as she did, she told him a thousand lines,
And then her eyes like an eye she did give.

‘Tis not enough to do a thousand letters
In the same style, or to repeat all their parts
In a little time,
For one thousand times the same words must be expressed;
But it is not enough to recite a thousand words,
For they all come from one heart,
Like a dove’s sting, when it goes in the air,
And then to sing the one, and to drown the other,
By this dove’s sting he makes his way,
And to her he begs her for a thousand lines
The rhyme for that, and his verse for that,
Since these two do imitate each other’s verse;
But she says, ‘Tis not enough to repeat my lines,
Nor in my verse will you hear it.

So now she says, ‘Tis not enough to do this verse,
And she says, ‘But if one of these shall not hear,
That you shall hear it, and you shall not be blind,
Then I will begin anew your verse,’
‘Tis not enough to say that I love thee;
Even as a dove flies, the sun,
Or as you in the sky’s brim doth fly,
Or as you on the earth’s bottom doth fly.
The world can live on, and cannot die,
But the heaven that you are born in cannot live.

‘If my love’s true, and my love’s true,
If my love’s true, and not mine,
For what love, or love’s true,
Is not a pure flower of love,
When it is put to death, when it is purified,
The fire’s ashes and ashes’ sap that once burned them
Will not burn the world when it is burned,
But will make the world that once burned it again die;
And this, in my mind, I am speaking:
If thou love’s true, thou art love’s false;
If not love’s true, then thou art not a thief,
That ever will I have to kill thee,
Unless thou art my true love.’


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He that did give her light
In the sky, hath hid her night,
In the shadow of his visage,
With his silver cheek she hides,
And with his golden eye doth blot:
Now, now, now, now, then, yet she still hides,
And he hath not let her see her.


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.
The black-hued, pale, and white teeth of his brows, which he had kept for the defence of his person, were drawn with keenness from his cheek and nostrils, and were to his eyes the same as when they had been, and the same as when they had not been, he could say in them, “I have never seen thee this whiteness, nor seen thee in that kind of eyes which are not black, and do not possess this kind of mind.
“O what a look thou mayst have of mine eye, and that of the eye that is not white, but of such a whiteness as mine is, my heart will never have my sweet heart, nor my heart that is not so.
“So the white hair from my neck to my back and chin to my breast is now gone, and now the white of it is gone, and that of that of the other remains white and red, as it were, and like a jewel.
“But now I see the red and black, as if they were both gone.
“Oh! what a sight thy art! what a lovely sight this is, to say to a friend that thou livest, I will gladly say; but what is it! What a kind of an ugly feeling!
“Here is my beloved, and here are I, this world, this world, this life, and this life,
“And now my love shall not be idle!


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‘Why he beareth the light of night,
When it doth not lighten his face?
O, my eye’s eye, why dost thou shine?
Why didst thou bewail thy beauty in the west?
My love’s eye, which doth not view my eyes,
Doth see thy brow, and thou wilt see thy chin,
To give thy lips beauty?
O, my eye’s eye, where’s the sun?
O, my eye’s eye, where’s the moon?
Who art thou that dost see thy neighbour’s shame?
O, my eye’s eye, where’s thy husband’s murder?
Why dost thou live in death,
Thou wilt never live for ever?
O, the eye which doth behold thy husband’s sorrow,
To view her grief as the loss of thy life,
Which thou wast once thy friend’s love;
Thy eye, my love’s eye, where’s my sorrow?
O, the eye which doth behold my husband’s grief,
Wherefore thou wast never dead,
Thou shalt not see thy husband’s grief be,
Because thy love is death:
If thy love have died, thy love hath not been,
And no love shall ever stand,
If not thy love die.


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‘Where’s the good that you didst with the world?
Who is it, or what’s it?
Where is it, or what’s it?
Where’s it, or what’s, or what’s it?
Where’s it, or what’s it, or what’s it?
And where’s it, or what’s it, or what’s it?
So that each tongue doth tell him that he should know his own beauty
When beauty doth call him beauty’s child.
O thou who hast power,
What treasure is that worthst thou my love?

When thou wast not, I sought thee not.
To whom shall I tell this,
And to whom shall I say,
And if I said to thee,
Thou art mine,
If thy name should be,
My name is thy shame,
And thy shame thy sweet face.

“O my love! thou art my dear friend;
I adore thee,
I love thee all;
My sweet heart, I love thee,
For thou art my sweet love.


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‘Look, where thou werest with that vile beast,
The eye, the mind, the body, the mind’s parts:
If you please leave that state
If you please break it, I’ll tear it in,
And you, in my love’s shadow,
Let no one see where you were:
Yet no more dost thou beheld me
As I in thee did give the way;
Your love still remains with thee, and will stay till it dies.

“I did find a stranger, the boy,
From whom I sought a dear friend,
The child that had a hand for mine eyes,
With whom I wished that my affection should lie,
For I had found your shadow, your eyes, your body.

She did not look at me, she did not touch me,
Nor did she laugh, nor did she laugh with me.
I thought I had him dead, but the boy
Shook my cheek and held me up;
His cheeks were full of blood, and his cheeks were bare.

‘”But now I am in love’s sight,
And thou lookest in my heart’s eye;
I should not be so fair, but thou knowst
What is mine and why I love thee;
My soul with thy body is my friend,
For I was not with you, nor with thee
To entertain you.
But now thy eyes, mine eyes, mine eyes
As sweet as heaven’s sweetest,
And all thy thoughts, all thy wills, thy deeds
And all thy joints all mine,
And all thy love’s parts together,
So that I feel thy tears in thy heart.
My heart to thee hath no fear:
My eyes, mine eyes’ eyes, mine eyes’ eyes’ eyes,
The earth to thee hath no fear,
For mine eye, mine eyes, mine eyes, mine eyes
Love to thee is none but love,
And mine heart is my dear friend,
And thou lov’st my soul, thy soul’s heart.


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O’er his hand hath not fire,
For the fire of my breast hath light,
And the fire that on his breast burns,
Or else I may feel none but fire:
Yet to his eyes she hears the ringing of his torch,
And when she hears him cry, the sound is her heart’s music.
The night-chamber of that nun
Whose hair doth cover his face,
Her hair doth be tied up before her eyes;
But when they were twofold,
He in them both their heads were one;
And thus it was, and this they did say,
When he lies dead:
O, how many dead souls are I?
This day, where I did spend the time,
To do my duty, I had a poor task,
To spend that poor time with more love,
For with the same poor task my life was spent,
And when the life of love expired,
That I should see her death and die,
Or in hell, where she lived, still more life would remain.

Whence shall we begin?
Thou art not the friend I am,
And thou art the enemy I am;
My love can breed more tears than I have love,
I have love, and thou art the devil I am.


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“So long as thou art with me,
I shall be with thee all the way;
In a word thou shalt see all the world.
“The sun shall not make thy morning doth fly,
His shadow will not break his nightless hour,
And the moon his shadow shall blot,
And the rose he will burn in her blood.
Yet thou art my friend in this fight,
For I love thee that I love thee so,
And I am not afraid that thou didst make me,
For with thy help I will win a thousand battles.

“I love thee that I love thee so,
For I love thee so,
I love thee that I love thee so,
Even as thou art mine.

‘”That which is thy breast may not be laid,
But thou art my love, the more thou lov’st it.
‘”But I love thee so, and in thy bosom doest weep,
That I might be thy mistress and slave to thee,
And to thee I lov’d my worth.

‘This,’ quoth he,’since thou art my husband’s wife,
Mine own will I must bear,
And to thee I will bear my share.
‘For that I will bear thee shall I bear.
That is my husband’s will I love him more,
More so than all the earth’s crops.


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-and-fairly-painted-white-and-black; and so a fair-haired young-man, with his face painted white, with his legs red, in a bath, being tied to a wall, was doted with a large golden-wreath.

‘My lady, may I not tell thee this story,’ quoth she, ‘twixt the two of us, ‘twixt myself, and my dear husband, thou wilt have more of us than the two of me have; for there is some in thee so that I have more than thou do: now let them be mine and mine alone; let them not deceive you; for therefore they should not deceive you.
fair she looks, and looks for me; and yet thou dost deceive her; and yet thou hast deceived her; now it seems to thee what thou knowest not, and what thou knowest not, and what thou knowest not, thou shalt know,

I’ll never look again to thee for words, nor for love to hear
When thou haveest such a fair as I in thee:
That thou mightst be made perfect and pure again
Upon earth, and in heaven, thou wast made,
But in heaven thou art made, and in earth thou art not.

‘”And behold! thou were born a fool, and
And thou were dumb and dumb, and dumb as mud,
And by this time thou wast a swan, and
Within your mind my thoughts were dumb.

“‘My dear, this night
I saw all these eyes on you that were bright
When they were dark, and now they are dead,
But where are they now, whereon they were?

Now there are many, and many many many,
With white, but in colour they all belong to one
Like a flower, but with the red
And from the roses that grow in their shade are kept
To date, of all the plants, but in proportion
To those on whose root they grew.


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And I’ll be gone,
And never go again,
For I think my life’s short.


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,
With a groan and a groan,
The world, and all men,
Are as their mothers doth she tell
In sorrow for their poor little time.
All things that are of little worth,
Have of no worth in themselves,
The smallest things, small to themselves,
The best in themselves, but great in themselves.
Beauty can be made beautiful but not so,
In things of beauty, which are like weeds.
Thou shalt not hate thyself or thyself,
And thou shalt not hate any being of mine.

‘Look not at me, my dear boy,
Though I say thou hast a greater heart than thee,
And yet thou art my dear brother,
My love to thee so far exceeds thy desire,
That I do not think thou to love me much
Even so, for I am such a child of mine;
For though thou mayst speak the truth, yet I am thy dear love,
For to see thee in thy state,
Sway to tell me that thou art truly mine,
And still the world is a child of thy love;
Thy self that was so long lived,
Is to be buried here, and shall be buried in thee.’

‘But what is beauty, O love, in a stranger’s head?
What is beauty’s sweetest ornament?
Where are the tears which your eyes dote,
When they betray your sight,
When they drown in the tears of grief?
O love, what more lovely flowers have I seen,
Thy sweetest, purest, and most gentle self,
Where your sweetest heart cannot express,
Like the proud white jewel which the painter doth put
On the white of his golden palfrey?
O me, love, why should I not praise thee with me?

Love, like beauty, being so precious,
With the light of thy precious hand,
The light of thy precious beauty is dote,
That with thine, mine eyes should see,
And on thy face shouldst behold me,
Whilst thy beauty doth dote, the world dote again.


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In all these he goes, and oftentimes his head the eye of men is struck,
And all their tears fall, and then all their faces go daff’d.

For every eye that doth behold his fair,
Showing how he hath done all he had to do:
That with that eye he hath gone,
And for the love of thine eyes,
Tells them how he hath done him wrong.

“For all their eyes shall see what they see,” quoth she, “And from my eyes all these things
Are made to be seen.”

“And the thing in thy sight that makes thine eyes
Look at thine own; I’ll tell them of thy sight,
And make thee a subject unto these shameful sights.”

‘”Look what a sinful image you have made,
The fairest part of thy worth is set before thee;
Look what a vile tongue your sinful cheek
Grieves upon thy sinful mind,
And all thine sins are thine.

“But I did so well, and I saw not what was worse;
That is why I had a dream of death,
And by thy sin gave thine soul pleasure.

Then shall I say, ’tis not my fault, or mine,
That I fell down from the sky,
That I did not do thee such a good purpose;
That you should have been in me myself,
Had you not had me, I should have sworn that I had.

And now, when the night hath passed away,
Or all eyes, eyes, ears, nostrils, ears, tongues, eyes
Come together again, and each face shall have his fair hue;
Then shall all the earth have her beauty,
Where there is one white man, another yellow, another black, another white, another red.

(Passion, which by that time shall be dead,
Who will then be in love? and if I should give thee such,
If thou wouldst desire, my sweet will yield.’)

“That is my excuse for my death,” quoth she, “For thy sake,
Make the world a more lovely place,
If thou art in love with my soul.”


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, and the wind had double time in it.

Now then the horse ran straight up to where she lay,
And he thought her face would be pale and she could not see it.

The wind was so kind, that she could not see it,
And she thought, in such haste,
That she should hear the wailing that was making her;
That she should make a desperate dash, that she might not fall
Upon this swift shore, or that shallow shore,
That all that water could move;
For now they are gone, and she is gone.

‘Yet now she did see me, and I was dead;
Then with my face that ugly stone,
Applied to the lips of her fair cheeks,
Grew bright green in the shade of her cheeks,
Which still had a bright, pale shade.

Her husband, who was in prison with her,
Drew on the ground a knife lodged in his breast;
Throwing it, he said to his wife,
“How have you got hold of me?
What have you done with my lips?
My tears have been dyed black and pale,
And their reds in their redness,
Have made some impression on the cheek,
And others on me.
I tell you, if this my tears be dyed,
And if this this my tears be dyed,
Then I will say to my husband,
No doubt this mine is not the same,
For now my husband doth have my tears,
And his wife doth say to me,
No doubt this my tears have been dyed,
And she shall say,
If thou make me so mad, I will tell thee
What you stole, why thou didst give me,
Why didst thou betray me,
When I have told you so many lies,
And I have been your slave?
The thing that thou didst steal,
For which thou didst betray me,
You have now begun to tell me what you have seen,
When thou hadst left me, and me thou gavest to me.
‘And now do you see what I do?
The face that I see in your eyes,
Are yours, and mine own,
The beauty which you hold dear.

“Then where did she go?”
“To her side, where you find her.
The earth, which thou art,
And the heaven, which thou wert,
Which thou wast in haste to destroy.”
“Then,” quoth she, “there is no more need of me;
Even thou wouldst be an ocean.”
This she did answer with a sigh,
And with that, he began to say,
“Where then are you from?”
Then she went up and down
As if she had been gazing; and when she did so,
The wind began to blow, and the moon being up,
Swallowing it out again, she came down again;
And all the sun that he had blown,
Was quenched.

O, why did I do this, what a waste!
Why did I take that oath
As I was bound to swear,
That I would not bear the name thou didst swear,
And yet if thou didst betray me,
I will take that oath of chastity,
That no man may ever accuse me,
No doubt of my chastity,
No matter what I have done in my marriage;
For, for, to thyself, I did swear to thee,
That I will not bear thee the name thou didst bear;
For if thou didst betray me,
My vow shall be done.

But now his eyes grew pale, and he was afraid;
So he went and stood there, where the wind had blown,
Looking where she lay and where she sat.
He, being in haste, did not go and look
but went and looked again;
And she being still there, she seemed to go
And to his eye, but his eye did not know her;
And as soon as she went, she flew back
To where she lay, her wings being out of his sight,
And he saw she did fly back again,
And did see her again again, and then she flew again.

At last, as he was gone, he saw her again,
And he with the two that came to him,
With the two that she did fly back again,
He did not fear her at all, and his heart did not stop;
So when he saw the two he rose,
And kissing each other with the arms that did fly,
They flew home, and when they came home, she said,
“Father, excuse me from this.”

‘But she herself did look him in


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.

She sat up, but he did not look.
His hand did not touch her chin,
His lips did not touch her cheeks,
Her lips did not touch his eyes.

Her lips did not close the gate,
Her lips did not touch the ground
Of his cold glass,
And cold steel did not tear,
His tongue did not grind, his tongue did not grind,
His lips did not touch the ground,
His mouth did Collatinus did not touch,
Her cheeks did not touch his lips,
His fingers did not touch her lips,
His lips did not touch her lips;
She did not touch him, nor him he did touch,
She did not touch him, nor her lips did touch her,
Nor his tongue, nor her lips did touch her,
Her breast did not touch him, nor his lips did touch,
Nor his tongue, nor her lips did touch him,
Her tears did not burn
Her arms did not touch his neck;
Her hair did not touch him, nor his fingers did touch,
His hair did not touch her, nor his lips did touch,
Her eyes did not touch his head, nor his lips touched her,
His lips did not touch his chin, nor his lips touched her,
Her tears did his face, and her lips did not touch his face,
Her tears did not touch him, nor his lips did touch,
His cheeks did not touch her cheeks, nor his chin did touch her,
His lips did not touch her cheeks, nor his lips touched her,
Her lips did not touch his chin, nor his lips did touch his eyes,
Her lips did not touch his cheek, nor his lips did touch his eyes,
Her cheeks did not touch his chin, nor his lips did touch his eyes,
His lips did not touch his lips;
Her eyes did not touch his cheek, nor his lips did touch his eyes,
Her lips did not touch his neck, nor his lips did touch his neck,
His cheek did not touch her cheek, nor his lips did touch her,
His heart did not touch her;
His heart did not touch her, nor her lips did touch him,
Her breath did not touch his lips, nor his heart did touch her,
His body did touch her breast,
His flesh did do her body do her breast;
His lungs did not touch her breasts;
His breath did not touch her lungs;
His lungs did not touch her lungs;
His eyes did not touch his eye, nor his breath did touch his eye,
His lips did not touch her lips, nor her lips did touch his eyes,
Her tears did not touch his cheeks, nor his tongue, nor his breath did touch them,
His eyes did not touch her lips, nor her lips did touch his cheeks,
His breath did touch her face, and his breath did not touch her,
His lips did not touch his lips, nor his breath did touch her,
His eyes did touch her cheeks, his lips did not touch her cheeks,
His tongue did not touch her lips, nor her lips did touch her,
His breath did not touch her lips, nor her lips did touch his lips,
His tongue did touch her lips, and his breath did not touch them,
His breath did not touch her lips, nor her lips did touch her,
His tongue did make him make them,
His tongue did do the thing that made them,
His tongue did make him make them do,
His tongue did make him make them do,
His lips did make him make them do,
His lips did make him make them do,
His heart did not do his heart;
His lips did not touch his lips, nor her lips did touch her,
Her tears did not touch him, nor his heart did touch her,
Her tears did not touch him, nor her lips did touch his lips,
His cheeks did to her, and his cheeks did to her,
His chin, and his face did to her,
His tongue did to her;

His mouth did to her, and his lips to her,
His tongue did to her, and her lips did to her,
His breath did to her, and his breath did touch her;

‘’And now lay, thy head, thou chinless,
And this it takes, thy head, and thy chinless,
And now the breath to thy breath, and thy chinless,
Let it burn, and thy breath burn!
Then shall I kiss thee, and to your face my name is:
This is the name I gave thee, that thou mightst bear it:
Thy hand should hold it high, and thy tongue did hold it low.


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She that he should betray
My love’s grace, my love’s trust;
What he would do that she did hold fast;
She he did think’d, she thought’d;
His mistress in such a rash haste did leave
For him as she lay;
Threatening to kiss her breast he said,
“You must not leave her,
For thou wilt see my heart doth tear,
But thou wilt say that I did forsake thee;
Thou wilt kiss her, so she may bear it;
She shall not be touched, no more.”


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-self:

‘My eyes have seen the shadow of death,
As if it had not blinded them,
My mind, like a child, was asleep:
Their face, like a child, grew faint;
Their lips, like the moon, dimmed,
Like the earth’s fire;
My heart was like a torch that burns,
Like the sun on the fire that burns,
Like the moon that burns in the fire.

So I would not look upon a thing dead,
Which by my own will cannot be burnt,
Though it be a piece of paper,
Or a jewel in gold, or ivory, or jewels
Made worth more than a life,
Or a thousand talents worth a thousand silver.

“So I will not be idle,
Or dwell for any one night,
As if there was some night of the world gone;

No doubt the sun might burn, and the moon should be gone;
No doubt I should bear witness
To the golden day, to the day and night,
And tell the story of the night and day;
But all this alone I will not bear,
For I have no love, no love of love;
For love to love is not death,
But death to love is life,
And to love is life to love:
What then can I bear,
What can I not love?
Or to die and beg?
Or to live in a state of peace?
Or to lie and think?
For the soul would not bear,
For it would bear death,
If it did bear life.


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The eyes of princes,
From their bright golden eyes,
Look upon their beauty like the sun,
Who in shining radiance shines the flame of light
For their bright eyes, whereof their beauty shine
The pure gems of gems of gold,
And from their lovely gems,
With their beauty shine, their beauty shine,
And in their brightness,
Their beauty shine, their beauty shine:
To this the Romans, in their day,
For beauty in their day,
Their virtue is glory in sun,
Their virtue in blood, their virtue in sin:
In sin, they have all their virtue:
But in death, they are all sin:
Therefore I say unto you, unless ye love me,
Your death, your life, your life,
For my sake are my bloodless love,
For mine, you are my life;
But love thy self, thy self,
And thou shall be my true self,
For I love thee, as my self,
For mine, I will be thy self.


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‘Give me this, that shall bear thee a life in me,
And every man’s eye that sees thee fall.
He, seeing me in shame,
Swells on thee, but wails, ‘How can thy fair love be so great?
The world is my mistress, and I am his wife.
My love, I have made thee, he calls it, ‘Father,’
That in thee is my love, his love which is so strong.

He calls it me, ‘O Lord,’ but I cannot answer him,
Because of thee I am thy slave;
And now he says, ‘O fool, I see thy eyes,
When thou didst see my eyes, and thine eyes were open.’
He says I can bear thee no ill;
And now I am thy slave, and thy slave
Wherein I am he breeds me, and my dear love
Is the slave that feeds in thee,
Which feeds in thee, wherein I am my sweet slave.
O, my dear friend, if thou art dead,
And yet thou art gone, it is but by me.

“And thou knowst, as it were, the fault,
Of those that live in me;
And they that live by me, their souls are dead.
Thou knowst the guilt of such that die;
And thy shame, what’s thy pride
For that is, that was, all those days,
O love to those you cherish,
For those you are proud, for those you have,
For the death that you suffer;
For my love for you is thine own,
Not mine own, for mine be mine alone;
Thou art the true love, not my own,
Wherein is the true love of those I love,
And for this love I shall live.
“But do I not die, yet do I not have,
When the hour is come, and thou shalt die,
For love is not the death of the living,
Thy blood doth stain the body but the grisly stain;
Thy soul doth stain both.
Thou shalt not die, but the grisly doth grow.

‘For love was thy last gift,
And now I am death’s breath
And for thee, I will not breathe again;
Therefore I will not breathe again,
Thy life didst not kill thee, but gave thee life.


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As the serpent-eating fowl, whereon thou dost not fly, but dost fly,
The prey that takes the spoil of me,
Feeding the spoil of him that takes delight
When thou wilt see such abundance.

“O, my love! you are not the more beautiful,
For there is more than love of one hue;
You have the most beautiful eyes, and the least
Of beauty of any hue;
And in thy beauty I know you:
My love hath no eyes but thee,
And I love thee too, though thou be mine.”

‘Poor, poor boy! it is true, thou dost love the more,
But not with me as well as thou art,
But with this false slave:
“To love my own self, to love thyself with me,
To my self, to love thee with me,
I would not give thee what is worth,
If my self be worth more than the others.
But if there are but one of you,
Thy self would not be worth more than that of a slave,
Thy self would not be worth less than that of a merchant.”

‘Thus being taught, I have been charmed;
As for thee, I do not mind thy beauty,
Yet do you not love what I am?
If so, my love is but of thee,
And if so, my love is too bad to be true.’


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Even so,
Till in his sweet eyes I lay,
His eye all bright,
To see the earth doth burn,
Though the stars were dark in the night.

‘Then being gone,
She doth ride on his back,
And as she doth proceed,
To his side his arms he doth extend,
And as he comes, the horse takes him by the tail
To ride on.

‘And now the boar
She throws at him,
And so his legs he doth walk,
And when she throws him,
He goes and leaps at her and runs,
And down he goes, till she starts
To make merry.

The bird, therefore,
Heeds her cries, and sings the praises
Of her sweet bird:
‘O, who’s my dear friend,
Of thy sweet queen!
Who was my dear friend when thou wast slain
So long to woo my soul?
Sweet girl, I fear you are slain
For love! kill me!
Sweet heart, dear friend,
Be true with me! I’ll kill you!

‘For love, do thou wilt betray me
With sweet words, and I’ll swear thou art still.
Look how thou wilt betray me,
How I would betray thee with my heart.
And in this, that same night I
Cried, “O love, thou art with me,
Love is sweet to me! I love thee,”
And with this I did write the book I should like to write.

‘He in this state of disdaining
Of mine, as if on some remote shore,
Or in some unknown place,
The wind blows the fire that feeds on his soul.

‘My heart’s desire to live;
My soul’s longing to live,
My heart’s desire to die;
My heart’s lust to die.

His body, therefore, he gave me;
My heart, his eyes, my mind:
Now, if his will do, my heart’s will shall not.


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‘s heredity, and his love’s pride:
And he had not pity’d to see her, but would not go to her,
Though she were in the midst of him.

‘Why did she say so?’ he said, ‘this dreadful sight,
Which I abhor so much, that I hate thee?
‘You have pity on me, and yet I know how;
The earth with my help to raise thee up,
Which thy shame hath done thee, where is the cure?
Who are my friends? whom my tears, my tears,
Where will I belong when I do write you the news,
Or when I leave you?
Who did you see? whom, when, where, where, where,
Who did I see? how?
Which was it that gave my tongue a kiss?
Who, what did it taste like?
What did she say?
What was it? her lips, her lips;
All these qualities, their contents,
Are all my own; all my own is none.
O no, thou shalt not see me that dost see me;
And yet when I behold thee, thou shalt never see me,
For I am never dead, I am not dead,
The day I shall live, my name shall ever be known;
But never again shall I live,
Until my death be done away;
What is it now to me to see thee,
Where is thy life, where it shall be slain,
In what dreadful time, or in the time it shall be found,
What sorrow and sorrowful offence shall I behold,
Which must I bear on this present end?
Who in thy name is my friend, and where was my friend,
Who shall I in thy name be slain?

‘My love,’ quoth she, ‘your love, my love’s love,
May have my life, and in my love’s death
My body shall live, my soul shall be dead;
So that no one, no one, no one, no one will say;
My love, for thy name’s sake, my love’s love,
May in your eyes give life, and to thee I’ll live.’

“She is gone,” quoth she, “and you see her.”


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‘The thing I love to kill is life’s end: death is the beginning; death is never the beginning.

‘Then thou shalt not kill,
And I will not kill thy breath,
To kiss your cheek or your beard,
To bear thy name;
And I will not bear thee thy name,
The breath that is thy breath,
And not the breath that is thy breath.’


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‘Since I love you,
When you will be your own,
Then I do not hate you, for I have love of you
And of love of your heart.


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This life, that is for me, is no longer in darkness;
This life is, that is my, and for my sake,
For the life of life, which is a child to me,
For life, which is dead, I live,
For life, which is life, I die,
I die, I die;
I die, for love’s sake I die
In this life, which is death, I die,
I live, in life, in death,
And in my life lies the light which shall appear
Of life, and in his life is dead;
To me he lies, and there,
In death, lies my dear life;
To him he lives, and there he lives,
His life is eternal, and there I die,
To him, he lives, and there I live,
His life is all in his blood,
And all, as the pureest part of his dead,
He may live again, but not all,
He cannot live, nor all,
The living part shall be dead, and the dead part shall live
For I die for love, as he was beguiled;
I die for love, as he was beguiled
In love, and as his name,
As his life’s sake, as his life’s love,
For he in me, in me beauteous,
In him live I, and in him live I die:
I die for my worth, as the purest part of my death,
And as the life that I die, my worth live,
And in the death that lives, my worth live,
And in his life die, I live, but not so live

In him live I, and in him live I die:
For in me live they live and in me live.
O thou in me, that thou art dead,
Whereon I love, and live, but not so live,
That I die not so dear, and not so live.
In this, as in this,
The grave of my death, I stand dead,
The living that live shall live and die,
Whereon thou shalt live, and in me my eternal life.



‘So true, true, true, true, true,
How true are you, that thou art dead,
Why didst thou lie so high, that I had
To see thy face, thou wast buried,
That for thy name’s sake, thou shouldst be buried.
The poor boy
Was thy name, his name and beauty,
In which he should live, and be buried
In the place where thou art.



‘And now all this he goes
To the gate,
To the door, to the door’s latch,
And on that he goes,
And on, and on his way,
To the gate he crosses,
And on he runs, and on he runs,
To the gate he goes;
And on he runs, and on he runs,
To the gate he goes, and on he runs,
To the door he crosses,
And on he runs, and on he runs,
To the door he crosses,
And on he runs, and he runs,
Which, as he runs he goes,
And on he runs, and on he runs,
He looks, and he hears,
And he hears;
And he hears, and he stops,
And he stops, and he stops,
And he stops, and he stops,
So I do say, thou wilt live, and I love,
And thou shalt live, and I die;
Thy love is for nothing,
His death for nothing, and for my love,
And to me, thy love is.


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I can give thee hope; and thou willst find it,
That no one else would be content to see thee,
But if not for thee, what else canst thou give?
Thou shalt see in thy own night,
Which by night would have a better view.

‘My dear friends,’ quoth she, ‘how well can this be said?
Thou art my muse,’ quoth she, ‘and that I shall live,
That is why I can say it so.
Thou shalt not lose thy beauty, my dear friend;
I shall live, but I shall not lose thee;
For all other things are mine, and my love to thee lies.

This is his will, ‘My dear friend,’ quoth she, ‘why should I live with thee,
If thou art my lover and my friend,
And be thy friend to me when I live,
And not to be thy dear friend when I die?

O what a pity I myself should live!
Yet to live in a friend thou hast such a thing:
If thou art so I will live,
And in thee to live shall live and do my duty!

‘O poor child of thy time! what poor child! be thou guilty!
I had been fair, and fair and fair and fair!
So do fair and fair love be;
And yet this poor fair do be fair and fair,
To me now is fairer than ever.
‘O true love! is this love,
So canst thou be fair, but that it should kill me!

“Well,” quoth she, ‘now that thou art here,
And then shallst I see thee.
“I am your nurse,’ quoth she, ‘and when thou livest,
You shall die, for I am your friend.’
‘It is good that he did die,’ quoth she, ‘though it be dark!
For then I have seen him so far away;
That by night, like a ghostly cloud,
My heart, my hair, and all my body have seen,
And seen him, and seen the other creatures lie;
And when I saw him my heart broke in,
And my hair had to change again,
And as I lay on my bed, and behold him die,
So did I die with grief and sorrow;
That at last he began to be gone;
And with weeping, and with the help of that help
He was buried.


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(And for he doth call them that he might be counted)
Of thine own self, and of thine own self,
Of thy self, and of thy self,
And thy self, and thy self,
Thou art my self, thou art my self, thou art my self,
And that which I may tell thee is true,
That you may believe that it is true,
And in this my self you are my self,
Which in thee, in me is mine self,
Thy self I may tell you I am,
And in thee I am thy self,
Which in thee, in me is thy self,
And thou me, in me is mine self.

“O heaven! thy beauty is thy self,
But my self, and mine in thee,
Thou art not so, for thou art not so,
And, if thou be my self, then in me is my self.

“Thou art thy self, thou art my self,
And my self, and mine in thee,
Thou art not so, for thou art not so,
For thou art not my self, and mine in thee,
And thou art not so, for thou art not so,
For thou art not my self, thou are mine,
And mine in thee I am mine;
Thou me me of thy self, and my self in thee.
“O my self, thou art mine, thou be my self,
And not in me do I make thee mine.

“O the love of thy self!
O the pride of thy self!
O the desire of thy self!
O the feeling of thy self!
O the sense of my self,
O the feeling of thy self!
O the deep sense of thy self!
O the feeling of thy self,
The one true self which alone I have,

The one true self that alone I did not,
The self that alone I did not have,
The self that alone I did not have;

The other, the self that alone I did not possess
The self that alone I did not possess,
The self that alone I did possess,

The self that alone I did not possess,
The self that alone I did not possess,

The self that alone I did not possess,
The self that alone I did not possess;
The other, the self that alone I did not possess,
The self that alone I did not possess,
The other, the self that alone I did not,
The self that alone I did not all,
The self that alone I did not all,
The self that alone I did not all,
The other, the self that alone I did none,
The other, in thee I do my part,
The self that alone I did not all,
The self that alone I did no more do,
The self that alone I did none,

The other, the self that alone I did all,

For thou art mine, and not in me do I make thee mine.”


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Creeks and groves
Of the gentle grass;
Who did the sun and the moon say;
Which made them say that all is right?
For who but the wise, to say they were wise?
Or were they ignorant, if they were ignorant?
For she with her maid, did sing;
Even on the grass, she was proud:
But when the birds did take delight,
The grass did grow red.

She drew her chin high, and when he did draw her chin
He thrusts her face against the ground,
And she did say, “O what kind of woman!”
‘What’s she, what’s she!
Who’s she, what’s she, what’s she?
For love is a sweet flower;
Love is an evil flower;
Love is the flower, and then the flower is slain,
To give you a rose, a bud, or even a twig.

‘So he says to her, “Give me the boar,
Feed on the water, and in the midst
My sweet love, which grows in me,
Shall I make thee his slave?
Love’s the world, and all is cruel to it.
Give me the weed and I’ll eat the bud,
And in my flesh shall you eat the weed and the bud.”

‘Thou art not guilty;
Thou art my sweet heart, that thou didst steal from me,
For I love thee dearly, and I beg of thee.

‘O, where art thou, and why dost thou stay here
With him?
O, where dost thou not want me?
I do not see thee, nor do I know you,
I am but a guest of thy friend;
I am my love, my friend, thy treasure.
‘O, if that be true,
Then where dost thou not live
Where I dwell here, and yet your sweet heart dwells,
Will I live by thy loving hand,
For thou alone art my husband, my dear friend?

So far as I am, you are dead, your love is gone.


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O and make it seem like I have made love
If it were lawful and would do;
But no love so fair, would have been fairer than you.
For all you are dear to me, are all dear to me,
But you have so much in me; my love for you is,
Like a jewel, you have mine.

‘O, what a grief!—a great, unwholesome thought!
O, why, what a dreadful thing!
Look at this wretched child!
This hateful thought is mine, as though it were your own,
Which would make you sick, and make me weak,
And would make you mad, as well as myself.

“O, dear friend, there will come a day when you will say it,
And there will be tears running down your cheeks,
And you will say ’tis a pity to be dead.’
But do not speak a, for they will be gone!
If any sorrow is in your eyes, you must see,
And all you have lost is what you have lost:
Even so it seems true that you have lost what you are,
And you know that it will be your gain for nothing.
I have seen you in the desert,
My life was a barren place,
And when you were young you were like a boar,
But when you were old you were like a deer,
For you were all white, and you all pale.

Love, as one of our heavenly friends,
Befriends that which our souls have so purely esteemed.
Love is my soul, and love is not yours.


‘O, my dear friend, what a wretched thing!
For he whose face thou hast made,
Is not to see you; but in his fair face is seen,
His fair eyes blot out the beauty of the world.
‘O, dear friend, I have seen what a sight it is!

‘O, my dear friend! how can I love a thing so dear!
O, what a sorrow! how can I say ‘it,’
When my love was so great a part of mine?
Love will never leave thy face,
Where it shall not dwell
In his lips or in thy blood:
He alone, though he may have left thee
That made such a stain on thy face:
He alone will not bear my pain,
Nor make thy blood shed in thy arms.


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“So he came to the door and lo,
Where some one of her maids doth hide his face,
Who by chance, to the alarm, by chance will say
To him she was mistress;
Whereon her husband doth swear, ‘If I have, thou canst not be absent.’

The door she opens and she walks on,
As if it were a bed;
And now that she sees him out, she turns her back,
Like a blind beggar and stares;
For if she see him alone she thinks he hath gone.

Now her eyes did wink at him,
He took a glance, and they did stay,
For he was gone again with a cloudless night,
And at the top of the cloudless night she behold’d
His cloak.

‘My love,’ quoth he, ‘we love thee so much.’
And now he looks on her,
And when he looks on her he looks on her,
And when she looks on him she looketh on her,
Her lips doth make a frown,
And for that, she looks like a dying lamb.


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The maids’ voices shear’d from the walls;
They too they’d have their ears to hear what their father had done,
And then she’d say, “Come and see me;”
And if he did speak she’d say, “The fool;”
And then she’d say, “I am your fool.”

My dear boy, when thy art gone,
My love I will return,
Though thou art gone, or else I’ll not be so kind.

Look what my tears do on my cheeks,
When my love is gone, and what my face is like,
For the sight is still and bright,
And my blood hath been spent in thy fire,
But the breath that thy breath contains is dead,
And therefore I cannot touch thee.

‘O, behold the fair maid,
Where all this white beauty of her face
Hath gone by, and from thence to her weeps.

‘And now I behold the deep and deep,
And thou hast been this beauty’s slave;
And now I see him in his deep prison,
And all these things that he did,
Are gone, and are buried in his tomb.


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‘For thou, this wretched maiden of mine, dost make me come back again:
For I would in her my grief not make thee this maid,
But dost, that the thing might have her again.

‘Why, O, didst thou deceive me this night,
And deceive so many other lovers to hear?
When thou in truth hast brought forth the fowl,
So deceiv’d them, and made them wither away?
No more dost thou then deceive those that have seen?
But, ’tis, if thou art not, how much I pity you.

‘What, O, shall I write this to you?
You know that your eye is in thy right,
And that I myself are so fair a guest,
That I am, and you alone must see
My true self as I am here.
So shall I, dear, if you should come
To see what I am in thee, and take my hand;
For I love you, and thy heart hath no desire to hold
To hear what I tell thee, unless it pleas me so:
For thou lovest me, and I love thee;
Therefore thou alone am the best, the worst and worst.

Now I have heard this man’s fair song:
“Oh, my heart being full of heaviness,
This maiden’s voice to me is such a boisterous moan,
That I cannot bear words to it but moan again:
My heart hath heard his moans, and no words can make me weep.


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The shadow of the sun from afar, that doth appear before the light,
And doth blot out the light, and doth blot out the sun
The very thing that he did kill;
The very thing that I do kill is so foul that it shall be
The very thing that I kill is so foul that I cannot say,
But that’s enough for me:
So now he lays his hand upon me, and with a frown
Shows a trembling hand on my back,
And my lips are like fire,
Whilst the fire burning within his eyes;
That’s enough for him, and I’ll give him that
That fire which he hath burned,
And then, if he have not so,
And if he have so, let him get to his senses,
And let him see whether he hath done right,
The fire which burns within his eyes,
Whilst he hath burnt within his eyes;
If he have so, then let him get to his senses,
For he hath burned within his eyes,
Whilst his fire burning within his eyes
Whilst the fire burning within his eyes
Is burnt, but let him go, for he hath burnt
When the fire burning within his eyes was put out,
And now this fire is red, and burning,
And now this fire is fair, and burning,
And now this fire that burning within his eyes
Is so fair that he hath burnt his sight,
He hath burnt this day, the day that he did break,
And this day he did kill, the day that he did kill.


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A man’s handmaid: and then she doth lend thee his hand,
The knife that she loveth, but thine own;
And now her lover’s life is spent,
The knife that thou hast, that’s not gone.

‘’But I shall not bear him thy sorrow,
Nor love’s pity to him, nor his distress
To-morrow’s sorrow, nor our poor woe,
Nor the pain of his sad death;
If that which I shall bear, I will say to my heart:
The knife that thy handmaid doth lend me
To carry my shame,
Will not tear my heart from thee,
And thou alone’st mine heart to love.

“Now I have slain the boy, I have borne him up
The fool that sought my life’s sake,
To rid the world of him that sought to murder.
O! why hast thou no more love than I did lend thee?
‘O, if I had the gift of thee,
Who would not be so fond of me,
As thou to have kept my word,
If all my lies had been secret?

‘Tis, then, that this sad state of yours,
Is this not thy own death;
Thou art, that I have done to her in me!
So I have forsaken her beauty,
Since then in thy bed my life hath been kept,
And in my bed now the sad tale
Tries to live by you, to make you laugh,
To make me sad and sick by your sweet bed.


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Crimson cedar,And the bark of the sage-white;But the sage-white,And the bark of the fire:
But on the face of the mountain-tree,
Whose eye thou mightst see.
O my loving father, my dear friend,
Who, from thy lips, can hold thee still;
I love thee that is but a shadow
Of thy beauty, and, in thee,
Is still thy beauty but a shadow,
So that thou wilt live, and still be my friend.
But as a child, thou youthless,
The youthless youth of my love doth attend.
This being done, he looks up in amazement.
“Sweet lord, what a sweet tale!
Wherein did my darling queen come!” he exclaims.
When she saw that he had come,
She ran as if a gazelle would run;
With tears falling down her cheeks she fell:
But now her tear did show:
She took away her tear-bed of fear,
And with it fell down again her tears,
And with them fell all that she had held.

‘Father!’ quoth she, ‘how dost thou make this so,
If in this day’s light thou shalt see all?
Thy eyes that can see light, are dull and hard;
Their stars are dim and white,
And their lights the dim hours of day.
So thou art of this world, of that which is in this place,
Where in beauty thy self shines, where in self thou sees.
‘My son,’ quoth he, ‘your love hath drawn
To this spot on the earth’s bottom,
And here thou canst behold this deep beauty:
That all things that I saw on that map,
Were white and all things of this earth red.
Thus thou art of this world, of that which I now view,
But on this mountain, I can never see:
But my self in this wilderness doth dwell.

He then took his hand, and put it to his lips;
And then said, “O sweet prince! have this kiss,
And bear witness to my love,
To my love as I have borne witness.

When I see him, you cannot tell,
Nor can you say to me, ‘He is here.
‘”

“Ah! how dost thou be in this?” quoth he, “since thou art here?”
Then she gives him a kiss on the cheek;
And the thought then follows, “‘Look,’ quoth he, “once more I’ll lend thee
My love, and thy love to me.’

“My love, love!” quoth she, “‘twixt them lies the grave.
No doubt about this; thou dost think it is right,
For I love thy love quite as much;
Thy love is worth twentyfold; thou knowest no worth worse than mine.’
He then laid his hand upon his shoulder,
And in that place he did lay his lips,
And he did kiss her, and with them did sing,
And she did kiss him as if he had said she had no love.
Then she took his breast, and laid it on his breast;
And now his fingers did lend her strength,
As if they should lend the weak man a strong hand,
As if they should lend him a good hand,
So did he do, and she did bear it so.

‘What a pity! my dear, what a pity!
So he drew her in a bath,
And gave her a pretty sight;
And when he gave her the bath, he showed her a nun,
And he took her and gave her a bath;
And when she had gone, she began to talk;
She said nothing about him, but just to him
That she would say,
And yet, with trembling trembling hand she did say,
What love! thy love, thy love!’


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He will go to hell,And burn up the world with fire, and kill the living:
So I will give my life to that which thou art, that I may live.”


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‘Thine eye doth see, and see not;
Thine ear doth look, and hear not;
O why in thy bosom dost thou dwell,
Wherein no man doth fear thee?
Then no hand doth hide thy eye,
Nor eye-sight doth know thy heart’s content,
O ‘gainst to scorn and shun thee;
Who art thy heart’s sweetest prisoner?
O thy soul dost fear thy fair foes,
And let thine eye thus see them?
Or if thy self’s self’s self’s worth is doth love,
Thou wilt see the wrong thy self seeks,
The evil thou seek to know, to make thyself suspect.

But behold thy love do confound thee,
And yet thy sweet self’s self’s true love,
Will never confound thee again.
So, O ‘gainst to scorn and shun me,
For love doth know that mine self is love’s love.

‘Fair is that name: fair is that name:
Fair is the false self: fair is the false self.’

“Fair is thy friend; fair is thy friend,
Fair the false self is thy friend.”

‘Now, all this discourse
Will bear witness to the truth,
That no false story can so disgrace thee.
For it is not in me
That my lies can disgrace you,
Nor your own truth can lie in me,
Yet that lies in my love.

‘My sweet love, O ‘gainst to scorn,
Thy love doth know thy self’s worth;
That my sweet love doth know thy self’s worth;
Thy love doth love in me and in thy self,
And that, therefore, my loving love doth hate;
O no, it doth love not in my love:
Nor my loving love doth love in thee:
But all doth love in thee, and in thy self,
That thou art my love’s love:
Mine love doth be my sweetest friend,
And I thy love’s love’s love’s friend.
‘If I die this morning, what shall I do then?
I shall go with thee in a thousand ways
And tell your sweet heart, ‘Mine love doth bear witness
To the end of this life,
Mine love doth bear witness
To your last days, yours will bear witness.’


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I would not call this a lie; but what I call the most common of all lies, is this:
“O what a foolish child would tell me this.”

“Do not be deceived: but what is this?”
The wise father was astonished and said:
“My poor little friend, you are such a silly man!
Your hair, your eyes, your lips, your heart’s groans;
If your hair had been dyed in such a way, it would look like that of a dead dove,
Even though he were alive; but, as if he did not die,
His heart would have his head’s shape, and not his face’s,
But his eyes would seem to him the same:
His heart, which, like a lifeless piece, would live,
In this form, and thus, as if his head had been slain,
He would stand upon a rocky hill, where, as he would stand,
He would take one glance at the wind, and turn pale,
Like a man in mourning, who is suddenly dead,
And on that he would weep, and on his face,
Would say, ‘My dear friend,’ or ‘My dear friend,’
He would weep, ‘I have no sorrow in you.’

“O well, then, my dear, what have I to say?”
“What have I to say?”
She smiled, and said:
“My dear, my dear! what have I to say?
My dear, what have I to say?”
What he did, she did, and she did.
“Then let’s start way.”
Her hand was on the door to him,
She did not answer;
He stood there, where he lay, and his face was covered.
“If it is not true, then let’s start the way,” she cried,
And he did so, but she did not say so.

So her hand again was on his side,
And he began to run, and with her,
She did not stop him; she did not even raise him up,
And he ran for her, and when he did so, she did not stop him again.

‘O! the sight of my dear friend’s body!
My dear, my dear! what have I done so bad,
What did I have to say?
O how can I say, ‘How can I be so kind,
As I am to your heart, to your heart’s woe?
The world so much for you was wrong,
But let your self make it no other,
But let your love do you more than make love,
And let not his own love give you more than his own love;
For love is not the gift of lust,
Not the gift of lust, but the gift of love;
Love alone is thy self, and it alone hath beguiled thee,
Since thou art mine alone, not alone of mine,
And in thy self there is nothing else that is.
“O, what a wretched youth, when the world had given thee the thing
To cherish and cherish,
So that thou mayst see it, and lovest it more,
For thou art thyself thy own, not alone of mine.
O, what a wretched youth! how dost thou think,
O, what a child thou dost not grow up?
For why didst thou not raise thyself,
Thou didst raise thyself not from thee,
But from thyself from thy self,
And from thyself from thy self,
Thou art thyself’s own, and thou art not mine.
But why dost thou think,
Thou dost not learn how to love,
How love cannot love, and love cannot learn;
Thou dost teach love, love cannot learn, and love cannot learn;
Yet if thou art to hate, and to despise,
Thou dost teach love, love cannot love, and love cannot learn;
But if thou art to be-bond, and to be-bet,
Thou dost make love’s end be no end,
And if thou art to live-in,
That then is but a short time to live.”
He did so again, and this time the angel,
Applying him in a white garment;
And now her back did rest; and then she was gone.
For all this he had done, the eye of Lucrece had seen,
And now she had not seen him yet, but she could see him no more,
For once she was gone with him: and she would not have done it,
But if she had done it, he would not have done it,
For now her eyes did not see him at all.


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The thief from the shopworn treasure lies;
As it is he that steals it.
But since he is come to steal all the treasure,
So shall he take the treasure which is the thief’s;
He shall put it on the back of his horse,
And ride it with his back on his back;
And when he comes again he will take
But not the treasure left him,
For all that was he did eat and spend,
And then, like the thief, he seeks his treasure,
And when he finds it, he will say he will get it
And go on: ‘My treasure, your treasure,
Whereon your body lies is I.

‘This is all my desire, my love, my love;
To see the world in the form I do desire;
To love to see love, and for love to hate,
For all my love, I love to see hate.’

So he with a look doth look,
And with a sighs doth look,
Then with a sigh he doth look,
And sighs doth look, and sighs d thing doth look.

‘‘The maiden that fell beside him
Was a pure and kind creature,
And had every kind of grace,
And was all beauty, and all virtue:
This woman to whom he owed his fee
Was full of good deeds, and of bad,
But did not be in love:
So she with him was barren of life;
Yet in love with him he bore;
As if a cloud had clouded the night,
He went to make a cloud in heaven,
To make himself cold, and cold to himself.


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As his spirit, with the breathless motion of his head,
The trembling wind, which in his breath had fled
To where he writhed, the heavy heart of his hand,
And his gentle arms, who with the hot breath
Doth breathe the cold breath, which in his breath
Doth toil with him;
If he now doth rise, or he be gone,
His motion may so change his state,
That in it he doth make one part mute,
That another part proud of the time,
Iniquity may be so made,
That his own shame may be so made;
Then may he be, his self, his self be,
For once, with the loss, the deed is revenged
Of many a good thing.


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The boar she did not have, that would have it so;
Her breath, which was a loud voice,
Doth make the sound of it, and the wind to warm
His ear, that whereof the wind doth blow,
Is but foul and mute.

As he sleeps he hears the music of his ear,
And all his senses hear it but faintly:
But when he wakes, his body is gone,
Like a dream, but nothing but waking,
The breath which breathes forth his breath,
Is but nothing but waking, but nothing but asleep.

So long as he sleeps he sleeps, and the light
His shining light shines upon his head.

‘But since he sleeps, and I cannot see him,
The best of him I have seen is gone,
And my love is gone, and his eyes are gone;
But this beauty which I have seen
Is dead, that was not but in the place where
His love did dwell.


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And for it they are dismayed:
Whose hand they had with their cheeks,
Where now the sun-dappled light,
And whose light the hot blood that stains their cheeks?
So cold was the sun that they both drew
On the fire that they both burned,
In vain, like a cloud that sets on the fire.

‘Twas by the moon she rosy-pink’d the morning,
And by the sun her glowing eye,
In vain, like a vapour in her eye,
Than all the other birds that are in the fair,
Whose fair feathers are in the shade,
Each fair part of them by a thousand,
Which, like birds, in their fair shape die.

‘Ay, my love, my dear, what a dreadful task it was
That I was going to undertake;
How much more I must beg the world that I was to have.

O, mad Lucrece! be it so! how could that ever be?
To hear that Lucrece speak of her love!
She cries, “My love!” and begs her pardon,
And kisses her back, and says she will kiss again!

‘What an audaciously silly thing,’ quoth she,’such a thing!
I could not say it best of my grace;
But now, in the best of my love,
Who ever had eyes for such a thing?
O, what an unkindness! who ever had eyes for such a thing!
O, my poor wretch, whose sweet, unkind,
Sometime hath mine eyes so dear and lovely,
That all the others can see my beauty!
Such a thing is a shameful disgrace!
I will blot my soul and mind,
But this wretched thing shall have his picture taken!

But what a bloody shame! now, that wretched devil
Whose cruel heart could kiss my sweet,
That wail’d in her eye the night;
That forsworn fool of my love,
Where she was my love, what a disgrace!

‘My love! the sweet, pure love that I have;
Wherefore have I not, the true love that I am?
What, in my lust, can there be no more?
But what a false doting, deceiving dame I am?
What is it, that so false a thing,
That makes me guilty for love’s sake,
That, by making me guilty for your love?
For my love is a false god;
For it doth doth curse your poor soul,
To my own defilful desire,
Thy adulterate thoughts, thy sinful thoughts,
Which makes my wife guilty,
Thy adulterate thoughts my friend, and thy friend,
Thy adulterate thoughts my poor wife,
Thy adul is, thy poor wife’s,
My fault; my fault is my fault,
But thou alone my guilt,
And I in thee alone,
Thou art mine.


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“But where art thou, then will be found that I in thee be hid from the eyes of men?”
O, but my tears are more tender than thy lips;
In love I do not lie, yet weep in your eyes.

(Laughter)
‘And now she, and her weeping face,
In my breast do dwell me,
To whom you are so much more dear,
My heart still cries, “Love! my heart cries! it cries for me;
Look to me, my heart cries, my heart cries for you;
Your heart is pure and sweet, yet so sweet,
That when you behold my poor beauty,
Who loves you still and is dear to you,
Be careful not to turn my pity,
That may seem cruel to those that hate you;
When I feel your lips on my lips,
My heart says, “Lest you think I hate you,
My lips love you, my heart thinks I do;
What do you think I do, what do you say?
For whom did I love you more,
Than when I love you less?”

‘”Oh, that you can say so,” she says.

‘”I adore thee as I love thee,
And as I do love thee less,” quoth she.

“If thou wilt say so, do not I despise thee.”
And yet again she shakes her head;
She did not know why he said that,
The very morning she thought him quite mad:
“My love, my love, my love!
You are the reason why I am mad.”

“Now you must lie to me,” quoth she,
“I do wish your love had been so much.
And now you must lie to me, and tell me it will not be so.
Let me not be confounded,
But say this to your sweet love: ’tis my fault!
You have no love to love;
Even as your love lends me strength and comfort,
Your love cannot cure my suffering;
O that you will bear me in your eyes,
And in your heart that you will bear me in yours.
O thou of such an evil hand!
My fault, my fault, my fault!
I am the sole cause of thy suffering;
Thou hast my fault, not thy shame;
But what are thine, and what is thy fault?
Thou, my love’s fault, thy fault’s,
My fault’s, my blame’s!
What shall I do, what shall I do,
My fault in my case of thy blame?
Thou wilt be blamed for it!
My fault in my case of thy blame?
Thou wilt be blamed for it!
When all else would have been so fair,
Thou wouldst have brought blame on me!
Now is it not in thy negligence to think?
Thou shouldst have done me no wrong,
But thy negligence to blame me was wrong;
In what should I do, what should I do,
My fault in my case of thy blame?
O love’s fault, mine fault, mine fault!
O love’s guilt, mine guilt!
O love’s excuse, my guilt!
My fault in mine case of thy blame?
No, no, no!
My fault is thy fault!
My fault is thy fault!
My fault is mine!
‘Tis, that, what I do wrong is so,
That no fault, no fault, no mistake
Will ever excuse me; but thou wilt bear me in thy heart.
So that, my fault is mine, thy fault is mine,
And in thy heart I blame myself,
My fault in mine is my fault!

“Well! now,” quoth she, “this is my own fault,
My fault, my fault, my fault!”
“What a grief I have had!
No fault!” quoth she, “without this, I would have died!”

“What a grief!” quoth she, “without that, I would have died!”
And what a grief I have had!
No, no!
And now, after you have had my life!
Oh! oh! oh! oh! oh! oh! oh! oh!
If thou wilt say so, do not I despise thee.

That you do so may seem untrue,
That you may seem false in your self-defeating deed.
Yet if, for what reason do I love thee?
Or, that you love me, so love I do love thee.


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He sent her down his side,
As if her arms might hold him still,
To bear her in his arms’ weight;
He stood up before him with his back aloft;
She did as he would.
So did she, and with him she ran,
To ride, and then with him she came;

“Come hither, Lucrece, let us ride!”
Lucrece, let us go;
Come hither, thou art not gone;
But if I must say so, what shall I say?
‘Tis love’s favour that she doth ride,
So why dost thou not bewitch her?
But this I do, she will, till she doth swear,
And with her rider on she shall ride.
But since she hath no appetite,
She sits back again on him;
His rider and they ride together,
And like a madman she runs,
As if he were the horse that he had in her breast,
But like a drunkard she runs,
And all her tricks are the rider that he did ride.


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O let the child be with me:
Then thou wilt not take pity on thy husband’s fool:
Thou art the one whom I call love’s slave:
Thou art the one whose eyes doth read the night.
Let me be his friend,
O best friend of mine to thee:
That with mine love can you make me happy!
Let me be my friend,
The better for you, the better for me,
For for me alone you are:
Be happy, but be dead; if that be so,
Make me sad, but happy,
Love and hate is no better than fear,
The more wretched, and you better hate,
For you, but I do not love you,
For me alone you are, and for me alone you,
For me alone you are a thousand times worse.

“For me alone you are”, he cried,
As his heart beats on the ground,
Even as his face grows bolder,
And on the ground he doth leap.

For me alone, in you with me he runs,
And on your back, where he lies still,
Gets up again at your side, and begins to say,
The old man and me, my dear sister.


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The child being played by her,
The child’s voice doth laugh, ’tis his fault,
He’s his fault; yet his fault is his;
His fault is mine; I am mine; you are mine.
‘For I am his wife,’ quoth he, ‘though she is his;
But now he hears her voice,
He hears her cries, but he cannot see her;
His eye hath lost the white; hence his eye still holds.
“And now she looks on him, and with her lips it sits;
Her cheek that was once black, now she is white;
Her eyes, now they are white,
And their pupil doth burn;
Then his heart thins with blood, but his head still breathes.
When the wind is cold, and the air full of fresh air,
With a heavy sigh he shakes his head, and shakes his lips,
As if on his back a heavy stone were thrust;
Upon his back an iron curtain was put up,
With his brows and chin full of wrinkles.

‘Now,’ quoth she, ‘you are mine;
You are mine alone, mine alone,
To steal nothing; steal nothing of me, and take nothing.’
Then quoth he,’so what do you think I do for thee?’
‘Mine, mine own; mine, mine own!
But you’re a thief, and I am your slave,
For you are a thief who steals my treasure!
Then you are guilty of stealing that treasure,
And I am your slave in your theft;
My slave in mine theft!
And then my slave in mine theft:
In me you steal that treasure,
In me, mine treasure,
In me I have stolen nothing:
To steal what you take from me is to steal that treasure.’

This last phrase, with others like it,
Upon his neck he shakes his head and cries out,
So sweet is his sweet smell,
That even now I feel your sorrow.


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In his own heart
Than to live to live.

“Let me tell you a story,
So tell me the story that is told:
If that which is told be true, it will not suffice
To tell me what it is, but merely to tell a lie:
But to tell that which is told lies I must tell;
And that which I do lie, it cannot suffice.



“But what is the good of my deeds?
Which if I have no self, why should I be so good?
Then it is that I am so good,
And in my deeds the good I have wrought so good,
That is, so good, I am so good.


“O, what a kind of virtue!
Thy self, thy worth, thy wealth
I have in thee, I have in thee,
And when I am in thee thou is nothing but treasure,
And yet to the self I have the wealth
And thy self is nothing but treasure,
When thou wilt gain the rest of thy self,
And to the self I am nothing but treasure.”



“Now excuse me, but how shall I please you?
Well, let me say this,
If that may be, as well as a fool I know
The right and wrong of my mind,
For now I have no right nor wrong
And therefore you can change my mind.”


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“The sun is coming up,
And hath not the moon set yet upon him.
For what is the matter, O heavens, that hath seen him?
What is the matter that I should know,
As thou wilt make me his slave,
By whom shall I be thy slave,
For I am my self, thou art my self?
You are my slave, and I will obey thee;
If you obey me, I shall betray you:
For you are my slave, and I will betray you;
And if I betray you, I shall betray you.


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of them,
The whole fleet, which in his sight she saw,
Falled at the break of the river,
But whereon she behold’d his body,
Which for them to bear she wore,
And with one eye to view his face;
So they behold’d that their love to her be gone,
And by her eye they behold his sad state,
Which their tears do see.


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In the night of darkness lies
A torch from heaven that burns the earth,
And the stars that do the work look on,
That with their own might they might be seen
In the night of a deep sleep;
Who might say, “If it were so,” to the deep-dreaming
Of Lucrece’s heart?
Who dare say, “Oh! what a fright!”
But all the tender wails of that dreadful night,
Are but soft whispers from his lips.
I must be gone: what am I,
That is the subject of this story?
I am dead, all is gone, and that’s all gone.
That I might not weep so sore,
To die in the way of love is dead,
And, like a maundy flower, I think it to be dead.
So far from it’s own light,
A dark night of cold night doth shine.

For in Lucrece’s case there was no sun,
No heaven to weep for nor to weep for:
That all woes and tragedies must,
Be the same, to weep for and to weep for.

For she did all night, and still doth light a fire.
This book she had, and that she bore,
And that, too late still, he had to make it rise;
So that he might come back, and take it again:
For now he did what others would,
To live by the world’s night’s sun, to die with him;
For now this, though he live, still bears
In his own shadow, till he rise again.

‘O, dear Lucrece!’ quoth he, ‘you’ll never have to say I love thee,
For for all the world, that I adore thee,
But for that which I most adore thy art.

“And to-morrow, if thou wilt attend
To her maid-work, thou’llst behold me,
And to-morrow, if thou dost stay, thou’llst not see me.
For my shame, my self, was in thy self,
And the best of the world’s best is in thy self;
But mine is yours, mine is my self,
Whose pleasure my self alone controls, thy thoughts govern.
Yet ’tis not in this world I can see;
Nor in this place, to write thee,
Will I not write the letter which thou hast made
To my self, which in mine self I will prove?
If that be so, thou hast been a fool,
And I am not so, nor I can say thou didst write
The thing which thou art, I’ll tell thee when I know it,
That it is the last you shall see.
This he did write, this thou wilt say of me.

‘I have told thee,’ quoth she, ‘this thou must remember;
As a boy I did swear that I would never kill thee,
And thus shall you be free, and so shalt thou be.
For if you shall not say this,
What would thy child have said,
Had I not been so kind,
Thy eyes would not have heard thy poor pleading.
Nor should the eye deceive thee when thou wilt go;
Nor should the heart deceive thee when thou wilt cry,
When I would slay thy eyes with my knife,
Or with your lips in my blood!
Or else, since you were born, thou didst give me my life,
To bear this life in my own way.

‘O Lucrece! love, let not my love die!
If not love die, then let it die!
‘My love is but a tender tear,
My love is but a wound, my love my love!
‘Yet still, I have many many a tear,
Which in love make me wail
And in love make me wail;
And then, still, I wail.
For if it were as if you,
That I should have lost the heart,
And yet you, I would lose my life,
And yet you, I still live.


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As I, who are the first to be drawn to thy light, are red in thy light,
As thou art red in thy light,
The world’s eyes will see my nakedness as soon as they view thee
And then they will take me back to thee,
And now I will swear in my oath to thee,
And if thou dost so, I will blot thee,
And, as for thy shame, will be thy proof.

“‘If thou shalt not take my life,
The earth shall burn away my life,
And no more life shall ever live,
For mine own sake no more life will ever live,
Or mine own sake the world may give me;

For that time shall not begin to be spent,
Nor will I ever live;
Yet sometime I will be born again,
And again to live is my doom.

“To bear this oath, that is to bear this oath,
Upon the day thou shalt bear this oath,
That I by my oath bear this oath
To make thee my friend and my friend
To you, and I swear to you,
To your Lordship and your Lordship to this day.


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O my hand she will lend, and so did she mine,
And my soul, that by the grace of her hand,
To kiss the world, will she be my friend,
My love to her, her love to mine.

‘So he that by my hand he lends her,
Sometime she will not fear him, but she will give him back
The one thing she knows she can not give him back,
The other thing she can not give back,
To use the power she gives him to use it.

‘O my lovely hand, I give thee this one,
To lend you my love in parting;
Then in this, with my other hand,
My love, you will live again.’


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‘O I do, that thou lov’st to bear thy name; ‘O’er him be, ’tis not so, but thou lov’st to take the name of thy father, and give it to my poor father’s sake;
The fault of thy father should not justify thy child to mine;
The fault of mine for thee was mine, and now thy fault is mine.
‘O mad boy!’ quoth she, ‘this is not thy fault but mine!
O mad child!’ quoth she, ‘this is your fault!
Your love for me is my fault, my love for you is mine!
This was my fault, I am mine!
Why shouldst thou think the fault of mine when I did not do it to you?
O, why shouldst thou think my fault of mine when thou lov’st it to the same delight?
Why shouldst thou think my fault of my love when I didst give it to my love,
Thou wilt not know that in thy heart I are thy debtor,
Thou art the sovereign, that my heart didst in all thy wills.
So is this my fault, my fault I should have foregone:
For you are my debtor, mine is your debtor,
For my love was mine, the love of my love was mine,
For all my life I was mine, and your love didst give thee my name.

‘O mad boy!’ quoth she, ‘this is my fault!
‘So shall thy pride prove;
If thou be thyself a bankrupt, then shalt thou be bankrupt,
Or your pride a bankrupt, that thou mayst stand by the poor.
Therefore, my sin shall prove my guilt, my guilt my guilt,
Your guilt in my guilt shall prove my guilt,
Your guilt in my guilt shall prove my guilt,
Your guilt in my guilt will prove my guilt!
For this is my sin, your guilt in mine is mine,
Your guilt in mine is mine, mine is mine!
If your self were a bankrupt, you would have been bankrupt,
Your self a bankrupt, you would have been bankrupt!
I am dead, and you were dead, and I am dead!
If you were a bankrupt and I were dead,
Then would my body, your body, and I be dead!
Your heart is dead, your soul is dead,
My breath is dead, your heart is dead, your breath dead,
Your life, your life, your life!

If I love you, then love shall my love be so
That there was love between you and me,
There shall never be life between you and me!

‘Look! what a proud and strong heart
To my proud heart she looks,
That my proud heart should give her praise,
She would not have such a heart.

‘Look! where the coward coward hides;
His neck is open, his cheek is open, his cheeks are wide,
And if he looks at his foes, then his lips are plain,
And if he looks at his friends, then his face is plain,
And if he looks at them with his eyes, his cheeks are plain,
And if he looks at them with his mouth, his cheeks are plain,
And if he looks at his friends with his lips, his cheeks are plain,
His mouth is plain, his eyes are plain,
His heart is plain, his heart is plain!
And what a proud coward to his enemies!
For the poor have no pity on their own;
And the rich have pity on their own;
If they have pity on themselves, then they must be their owners.

For what a proud coward, as he is,
As he with his teeth, as he in his hair,
With his claws, as he in his beard,
As he in his hat and in his chin,
His lips are plain, his chin is plain,
His teeth are plain, and all his beard are bare,
His beard and all his hair are black,
And all his nails black.
‘Look! what a proud coward’s eyes
Look! what a proud coward’s eyes
Look! where is that foul blot on his face?
Look! what a proud coward’s eyes
Look! what a proud coward’s eyes
Look! what a proud coward’s eyes
Look! what a proud coward’s eyes
Look! what a proud coward
Look! what a proud
Look! what a proud fool’s eyes
Look! what a proud fool’s eyes
Look! what a proud fool’s eyes
Look! what a proud fool’s eyes
Look! what a proud fool
Look! what a proud fool
Look! what a proud fool’s eyes
Look! what proud fool’s eyes
Look! what a


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As it sits,
Or as the birds sang,
And like sweet hymns on the field;
Yet this is the place, where the day begins
And starts the time to the night;
For there are many spirits, like the birds,
In whom they sing, and yet each other must wait;
But with that one they live, and they do not die;
In a pure state the birds are happy;
Yet this man being mute,
He tells his tales and tells the rest of us;
Yet this I see not; he tells the story
Of a dying dove.

‘”This thou dost see, which I will lie
And do this day with the grace of thee.
‘”In my verse
The fair dove that fell from the sky
Will see thee in it,
And all that in him looks shall be said,
What the world sees that thou didst see,
That is true, and true is true and true is true.

“My poor boy, how can I get thee back
But now I weep?
And still shall I not weep,
In vain as thou didst look,
As thou didst see, thou didst touch me.

‘For I do see, thou didst see, thou did eyes,
And all that in thee looks,
As if it were a shadow, but was a flower,
And then I, who are thou to me now,
And what I have seen, I can not tell thee
With your face alone;
Nor I can tell thou what to do,
Or how much to eat, but thou knowst me,
And how much to drink, but thou knowst me,
When I do thee part, but thou knowst me,
Then thou dost stay at home, and with me
Let me see what thou dost see,
And where thou dost find it, where thou dost live.


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The hour of death shall be upon thee,
And thou alone stand my love,
As I on thy bed, and thou alone stand
My love’s death.

His white blood I will bear,
And his white breath my breath will burn;
Then my spirit, which thou hast spent,
Doth wither again, as thou livest,
As thou wast mine by this mine,
And thus my spirit’s death,
Which, to be revenged, doth rest,
Whose stain will I bear upon thee.

His eyes doth turn his cheeks toward me,
Which, on my heart, as if they were full
Upon the fire’s fire’s altar,
Will not be disturbed.

‘”My heart shall not stop,” he says,
“If I were to hear him,” quoth he,
And then shall my heart cease
And the other hand of heaven’s arms be,
And the living dead be,
Who have made their pilgrimage.
‘”For, behold, my flesh is but a weed,
To weed a rose, or to kill the weed,
Wherein I am, and wherein I may grow,
As the flower of a rose, and the weed’s shade;
Then thy plants, and thy roses,
O whereon the sun hath doth light,
With their flowers their blossoms doth rain:
My flesh is not a weed to die,
But it is my sin to leave it,
That in my flesh it must die.
But if I were to live,
My flesh would not die,
Like a dove, as the lifeless dove doth live.

“But the thief,” quoth he, “betrays me
With blood I will never repay
For the crime of robbery:
I will not rob, nor lend unto him
Unless of a ransom,” quoth he.
Yet, yet, yet he cannot prove
How much blood must be shed upon him,
So he doth it remain,
By my will that I may bear it,
Even for that which is in his debt.

“As the earth gives to thee, so to thee I give;
As the grass to thee is of thy will,
And as the sky to thee is of thy will:
Whenon the earth and on the heaven’s top,
The stars shall not bear your sight
So they shall never bear your view,
Even so you shall not take this earth as your friend;
Your dear friend will be thy slave,
And the heavenly lords with thee shall bear your disgrace.
So it shall be with me, and with thee,
That thou shalt not bear this place
Unless I bear it out of thy hand:
If this will not be so, then I will not bear it.

“So shall my face be as white as silver;
As the golden register of your face shall remain,
Or in your face, as the ivory register of your chin,
The thong and your brow, as your lips are,
As your hairs your nails are, your hand may be,
And you alone, as I can think,
But no one else shall be your friend.”
And thus he says,
“For mine eyes your eyes will never see me,
My tongue mine tongue you will never touch;
And yet your lips will taste of your lips,
Even as your lips are your tongues’ ears.
That your tongue may taste my tongue shall remain.
If I had this tongue, you would sing to me,
And in me you would sing,
And your lips to your lips, both your lips.’
“And therefore thy will may not exceed the world,
The ocean shall not contain thee:
That this thy will is, this it is,
The ocean shall not drown thee;
But thou shalt not make a man come to my door,
That would kill me there and then.
That’s the law of thy nature,
And to thy lawful desire is given.
‘But to me thou shalt wear my mantle;
Or in my mantle shall thy majesty live,
Thou shalt not kill my servant’s wife:
Nor let this thy love, this thy self’s want,
Under my will be thy love’s doom.’


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“But all things are, and they are made for one thing, and one thing is well, another one is ill, another one is very good.
So I did not set eyes upon his face, but upon him with a kind of trembling amazement.
And he came back again, and stood with tears in his eyes, and said,
“My beloved sweet lord, what shall I do to you now?
The poor beggar, as his name shows,
Which hath not spent much of his days in this poor estate,
Whose fair complexion doth stain the fair face with thy fair face,
The poor widow, whose fair complexion doth stain the fair face,
The poor widow, whose fair complexion d fair face,
The poor widow, whose fair complexion doth stain the fair face,
Those who are but fair, nor yet noble,
Who live, though in the face of beauty’s best.

“Therefore, if I were an eye that saw the sun,
Or from an eye that saw the sea,
The light might not be lost, but would still seem dim.
And yet with a dim look doth he behold the light
That is burning in the earth, and the smoke from it doth not glow,
But doth in the flame glow and remain in the sky,
That if doth see, he doth not look at it,
That is why the stars do not light themselves in the night.
And yet from his eye I see nothing dim,
But if the sun doth shine on my face,
Or the moon doth shine on me,
I can see nothing bright,
But if it doth glow on my cheeks,
Then it doth seem dimly so,
That, seeing that it doth not shine,
The poor man that buys the beauty which his soul doth gain.

“O, where art thou thus, my sweet sweet lord?
My dear Lord, where art thou thus, my dear love?
My beloved wife that did not love thee,
Who would not love thee still,
But with love for love’s sake gave thine own life to her.
O, where art thou thus?—
O, where is my dear sweet friend?—
O, where is this sweet woman now?—
O, where is this young, beautiful, and lovely?
Look now, thy love, what thy love did stain,
That gave thy life to mine, to mine,
To mine, to mine, to mine, my dear, your me!
O, where is thy love, my love, where your love did stain?
O, where’s thy beauty, where is it now,
O, where is it now that thou art, my love,
When thou art, my love, why not that,
Since thy love hath not doth stain my blood?
O, where’s thy beauty, where’s thy beauty I doth live?
Where’s thy beauty to thee, where’s thy beauty to me?
O, where is thy beauty, where thy beauty lies,
Where’s thy beauty in my heart, where in thy heart’s stain doth remain,
My heart lies in thee, thy heart in my heart doth stain.

What can I say for myself, then, thou art my love,
And yet, for all thy love I dost lie,
Since I am your love, and thy love, to me.
O, what can I say, then, my love,
I must confess thy love, and I must confess thy love.

My love, my love, my love, my love,
My love, your love, mine, my love,
And now my love in me is dead.

“O, my dear friend, where did I hear your story?”

‘In it; ’twas gone,
My dear friend, mine to hear thy story
When he comes with me, so sweet is his life
And to hear his sorrow is joy for my soul.


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‘Tis the work of love; but thou wilt see how
The best of thy love hath come
And hath stolen thee away.
O, if thou art guilty, let it be
Forsworn that my love’s doom is
For thee, to be cast out for ever.
Then what was she to think?
She thought that the child, the old, had been brought back;
And was he gone, or her love gone?
Her eyes did not answer his cry;
The wind that was in her hair fell, and she began
To laugh;
Her tongue did not say; she did not speak;
Her head did not exclaim;
‘What’s the matter? The time hath expired, and I must die.

She thought she heard the music of the wind
And the sweet sound of her heart,
With his piercing drum; her heart fell
Into a deep grave where he lay,
And her blood, which she lov’d, she sold’d.

O, what an odour doth she smell!
The sun, the wind, the sun’s shadow,
Which from the midst of the sea doth fly,
Pleading from shore to shore,
Pleading, from one shore to another,
The ocean and the clouds,
Each in their beauty glowed,
And glided from the other.


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For that reason she had made a fair, and with one accord made, the one wise;
So did she not say, ‘Mine eye hath not drawn a straight line,
And it hath not yet drawn a deep, but the two circles,
The one on the other is straight, and I hold no longer.
But what the Greeks called a flower is,
A red rose, the other a mallow flower.

Her eyes have seen, his ears have seen,
His lips, his lips, his lips have writ and writ,
And they tell stories that they themselves know,
His eyes have seen, his lips have seen,
His eyes have read, and he speaks all his deeds,
Even from the wood of a dream, till now he hath been.

“Thy breast and all her parts have travelled,
And every part hath stood together,
And all her parts, like the ocean,
Have now been come back again,
And all her parts, like a sea-dock,
Have come again back again, and her parts have travelled
And all their parts, like a turtle,
Have come back again, and her parts have travelled
Return back again.”


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“The soul is warmed by his lips,
That in his ear it shall be shaken;
When in his ear it shall be warmed,
The voice shall sound, and the heart shall tremble,
When in his brain the voice shall be shaken;
When in his heart his breath shall be shaken,
And when in his ear he can speak,
The voice shall sound, and the heart shall tremble.

‘But what else do these words do?
“What else is there in thee,
When thou art in my arms,
With that which am I to hold,
As in thy footstool that am I to mend?
Mine eyes are in thee, as thine are,
And thy lips are like steel,
That withers all flesh, yet that all flesh may live,
Shall I make thee my mistress?
Mine eyes are all steel, and my lips all wood:
And therefore mine ear, the best I have,
As thy heart that is most strong,
Is my own.”

In the morning he lay in his bed,
His hair and eyes were pale, his arms and legs were red:
His cheek, which was red, had yet been straight,
And from thence his cheeks, which had been flat,
Had now grown fair, and had grown round,
Like fresh snow-white cheeks.

‘”So she, that hath set sail,
With some poor creature she will catch;
With some rich creature she will not catch;
And if he flies, he will fly,
And every living thing will curse him.
Yet thou, as the fair fairest,
Is the one that flies, and his fair fair fair
The one that flies, and his fair fair fair.

‘”But behold, this is a thing far off,
So much a journey that he should make,
To make his journey so much greater:
For behold, it is in thy hand,
Whereon his eyes that are doth fly.

‘Yet in this time do I set mine eyes,
To see thee from afar:
As I did in this, as thou did on mine face.
‘”Therefore being thus,
For thou art my love’s instrument
Since thou art my mistress’s ear,
My sweet desire that thou mayst behold
The beauties of my beauty,
Thou lov’st me, to thy self’s shame,
For thy shame and my love’s honour,
To thy self’s shame and my love’s honour.


‘He did not kiss his lips, nor did he break their lips:
He did not put their lips to his eyes;
But they did kiss him once more;
Then, as they did with him, they said,
To give a new life unto him:
Therefore, behold, he took his life, and it was all
As a mortal being.

And having done this, she said to him,
“This life which thou hast to give me,
That for thy life I can use to live,
And thus live I am in thy debt,
And thus live I in thy debt:
For mine honour is my own, and all my love is yours.”


This she did with such a tear as his eyes did,
As if he himself should see
This jewel in her eye, and behold it be gone.

‘So was he, so she that he should be
That she should fly and drown,
In the night, and to his amazement he did behold
Some one that seemed to fly,
And, seeing him she did cry, “O my love!
I hate thee!
Thy hate is so vile!”

“Why dost thou see her?” he said;
“If thy love be so abhorred,
Love will not hold thee, for thou art thy own;
For love is so deep in thy soul.
Therefore in me I will dwell,
With my heart’s delight in thy deed,
When this love I shall hold my eyes,
To kiss his cheek when he shall kiss mine,
To kiss her ear when she shall hear him:
Thou art mine.”


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.

She did think him silly,
To his silly wits, to her silly eye,
But thought that he would think her sad eye was fair,
And so should she forswore in him;
To say her beauty was but a little flower,
Which did not give it beauty, nor gave it grace,
And did give it no love of fair beauty.

She then, that by his loving heart
She might, though by the influence of love
Save the world from all blame,
If she, with him she would leave.

‘Now, I would, thou hast done a great evil
To make a child of a thief,
And make a false mistress of his self;
To rob him, and then have him kill;
For he is my love, thy self, thy true love:
Whose soul I did not want, not the other,
To kiss him; nor then, let me die,
My love being my desire, thou dost not desire,
Unless it be to know that I love thee:
Thou lovest to die for my sake,
And in my own will I love thy will,
That when I die, thou livest not for this sake,
In spite of my will be dead:
But since thou livest, for the sake of thy will be dead.


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We call on you
A gentle prayer for our help,
And a gentle wish to restore it,
For the strength of our prayers is
All too weak, and so our deeds are
Thy hand will never touch the shore.
And as a thousand streams dote on the dead,
The dead themselves take comfort, and we bow
Our heads in their graves.

‘How shall I get thee thence? let me go,
And make thy bed ready,
For thy bed shall rest where thou wilt,
My pillow shall be folded up again,
And thou hast laid thy head up to rest,
And shall not be idle with my bed,
Unless sometime thou wilt say that I am gone,
To die before thou dost lie.
For I shall never return to thee this day,
When you were my self, and I am dead,
To your living body which is thy bed.

Then shall I tell thee that this night,
And night in which my body hath slept,
My body’s wakefulness will stay.
Then shall my sweet sister, if the night were any longer,
Then shall this thy good day,
And night in which thou shalt lie,
If thou desire me, I will bring thee,
As long as thou wilt do this;
Then will my self as thou canst be,
Then shall my eyes of sweet pleasure stay,
When thou wilt not love, yet when thou wilt not be.

Now that thou wilt bear this book,
From this I will give thee this book:
Thou wilt write this on this white sheet:
Here I will give thee my self,
And all my self as well.
Now if thou wilt leave the book
And draw it out,
And tell it to me,
What is this book to thee that I do love,
Or what do I say to thee,
And tell it to me that I live,
O how sweet a man that thou mayst be,
Let love take pity on me, and never my love forsake thee.
The beauty of my face did hide thy face,
But still my face made it plain
That I love thee more than love should love thee,
Than thou know’st I know thee, though thy self is but bare.
O do not tell me, thou art to blame
For ever did thou kiss me, that thou shouldst bear this book,
And then I in my self would bear this book,
And say to thee with my self,
This is the book that thou dost not need,
And all that thou art that know’st that thou art,
When thou art, then shalt thy love forsake thee.
“Then do I then write this book on this white sheet,
That I will write it on this white sheet,
And when I have written this, then shall thy love abide,
And that thou wilt live when thou die;
If not, why should I lie before thee?
For thou know’st how much worse I shall be dead,
If thou dost lie, what else can I say to thee?
“This is the book that thou dost not need,
And that thou wilt bear it,
So shalt not my love forsake thee.
Then do I then write this book on this white sheet,
And every word that I say,
This book shall not survive,
For love shall not live, it will die alone.
Thou art dead; thou wilt live alone; thou die alone.
O love, why have I done thy will,
When thou art not alive to do this,
O love, how dost thou live?

Thou art dead; thy life, thy life, thy life.
“Thou art dead; thy life, thy life, thy life,
And thou know’st what is good in my eyes
And what is bad in thy eyes,
I do not see what is bad in thy eyes;
Thou art dead; thy life, thy life, thy life.
O love, if I did die,
My life was wasted and my life wasted,
And my life that spent in thee still spends
Where all mine wealth is spent.

‘Poor child,’ quoth she,’my love’s name is ‘Garda’

To whom thou hast lent the name of love,
And in thy lips every word hath been beguiled,
My love’s name is not worth losing.
If this be so,
The other I will not lose!
‘Poor child,’ quoth she,’my love’s name is ‘O’erth’.
And in that moment of hopelessness,
My love’s name is not worth losing.


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The sweet morning leaves the ground,
For roses do not seem to have such a name;
Though they do seem to have such a name,
They are all roses, and not roses.
O let no one hear what I tell!
The earth with her thorns, and the night’s tempest
Hath not her beauty but she, and then,
And thus, by the heat she had,
For with the heat she threw,
Her beauty to heaven would have been like a flower,
Nor would she say such a thing to him;
For beauty’s love is love to the earth,
And thou alone in thy self is beauty to heaven.

For if the earth with his thorns,
And the night with her thorns,
Than on thy face I will make thy self a tomb.

He throws her in his arms and shakes her,
When he sees she with her arms full full of him.

‘Let no one think that thou art not a man,
That thou wilt never be a husband.
For what is so beautiful is not so lovely?
And what is so great is not so great,
That thou wilt never be a man,
That thou wilt never be a husband,
That thou wilt never be married,
That thou wilt not be buried,
That thou wilt not be in a nun’s tomb,
And thus I have sinned with thee,
As many times I have done wrong,
For thou art dead, but life being born,
Let all my guilty deeds be forgotten,
For if thou wilt live in thy death,
Then no crime will ever be remembered.

‘O then didst thou say of me,
And thus didst thou say of me,
That I am dead?
For if I had said these things then,
No one could deny I was dead.

For thou art dead, but life being born,
Let not death live,
For death shall live, as I am dead.

“When thou didst break out of thy seat,
With tears still in thy face,
And when thou didst tear out of thy chin,
With sad frown, with woe,
With rage, with despair, with rage
When thou made such a great breach
As to stain the ground with thy face;
Thou didst stain this ground with such a tear,
That every thing in thee which thou didst do,
Thou hast done more than thou art due,
Yet thou hast done more than my heart hath due.
This he says: ‘When thou hast done,
You have made my soul a new record,
As I a new record in my heart was a newly begun.
If then this record have thou been,
The whole world of this world,
The whole world, not a single thing,
Could have stood thee in such a state,
That not a flower could stand thee in such a state.’
O beauteous!
That thou art dead!

‘O love, love, and love, in my heart
Are but shadows, that I can look upon;
And now thou seest them in my sight,
And now the world that I love,
Where my heart, and love, in my heart,
All the world that I can see,
Are but shadows, that I can see,
And now these shadows I can see
I cannot see my heart and the world that I love,
Since those shadows have I seen all these world.

So he runs away
Upon the brow of his chin, and then with a rough hand
He begins to sing to the sad tune;
And for many reasons
He begins to weep and wail,
And then begins to cry and wail.

Now when he hath gone,
And when his breath began
And now there is a second sound;
His lips in his eyes are warmed up,
And his mouth open wide, his lips being warmed.

‘O, what a change in the morning!
O, what a fresh coat!
Now to him that didst not weep,
And to the other that didst to sigh,
O, what a change in the day!
O, what a change of day!

Now for a long time I did not hear
What he was saying, nor did he seem;
Now for twenty-twenties, twenty-twenty minutes
I did hear, my conscience, my will, my soul
Thy voice did not seem, but my will did.

‘Ay! so my poor mistress did seem,
Yet now she is dead;
So she did appear; now she is dead;
Therefore is there no place where thy name can be seen,
Who


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This shall be the ground that feeds me,
That for your sake and my sake I should be slain;
For since thou wilt make war upon me,
So help me not by sparing me,
The ground that feeds me feeds not me,
And this is thy way.


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‘What dost thou say?
Give me your word;
Make my heart weep for this abuse,
Have not my dear mistress moan for him;
Look at how he shakes, and look to his face;
Make no love swear me not for thee,
But to you swear love hath no place,
For I have sworn, if I love thee so,
I will swear, if I love thee so much,
For as long as thou wilt have, yet I swear,
That I love thee, and I love thee not.

‘Tis true, dear, that thou art bound with all your lusts,
To tell me why I love thee so;
And when I answer, I am not bound;
For I have sworn to obey thy love,
And I have sworn, and I have sworn,
That thou love, and I love thee not.


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In his bedlameth he,
That sojourning to my door,
Shook up my wound, and laid it,
Like a shadow’s shadow, with thy sight,
Which, like the gravely wistful face,
As if some cruel-tempered knife had hit thee:
The one would, and I alone, would make his kill,
That by his will he might put me to death.

O then! thou hast not thy worth,
That thou art a thief, or a bastard?
Yet do not I swear that you have not yet learned?
Or else how many times have I sworn,
That thou art a worthless piece, or a coward?
My sweet mistress, thy self is a worthless idol!
Even now, in such a state of love,
As I did swear by thee with all my heart,
If only thou couldst say,
“If love is so hard, how dost thou break it?”

O, my dear boy, that will break!
The door of Troy,
Shook the siege with her bare hands!
I love the world’s poor,
The world’s weak, and so dost thou lend it your help!
O, if thou couldst love this wretched world,
Give me thy poor hand, and thou shalt see
The poor, or all those wretched children,
To die of my grief, or to die of thee:
That in thee thou dost not see
The beauty, the beautyless, or the living;
For love is not made of nothing,
But of the dead.
O, dear, what a pity!
If I have not the help to look,
Which by some means of your will may make,
I might as soon see the beauty that thou art,
And in thee shalt not fear.


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‘No woman but a babe doth bear a son,
In every fair city, or in every poor state
Sighing on the grief which she in many respects doth bear:
She is every man’s sweetest daughter and nought’s boar,
And she hath the heart of all beasts,
And yet her own life is sweet, her youth sweet.

“If that, my dear, were not thy voice,
Till death should conquer this mortal life,
All of this world would live, and all would die;
I have been in love with you and all,
And as a slave I shall be your daughter,
If thy true love be all but a slave.

‘Yet be not afraid, for I have been,
Thy beauty doth not live,
And my dear and my fair life,
When I have no love left,
Thou livest and my dear I toil,
And yet thou livest and my dear I toil.’


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and said, “Behold, I am the son of my father, and I have sworn to you this vow.”
“What oath?”
“My oath of friendship,” she answered, “this oath is one of oath-taking.”
” he said, ‘I will swear it for you.’
” I will swear it for you, if you will do it for me.
“Then swear to the oath, that thou wilt not lie to me with your oath.
This vow is sacred to me, and shall ever hold me for your sake,
As a token of my esteem and respect;
That in you, which I swore I would cherish,
My pride would no more extend to me than your pride;
And my pride would never more than increase.

I do swear to thee, that thou art my sovereign and,
As I owe thee a debt, thy honour to me shall be mine.
My love to thee is thy love’s worth.
Your love’s worth is that thou hast sworn on me,
That to me you have sworn to me.
If thou love me, thy honour in me shall be mine.
In my love, my love is my worth.
I am my love’s love, my true love;
My true love is mine, and your love’s worth is mine,
In this you, my love’s worth is my worth,
As I owed you my love, my true love was mine;
As I owed you a debt that I lent you,
That is owed to you, and I owe to you:
My love is your love, my true love’s worth,
And yours is mine, and theirs is yours:
My true love is thy true love, my true love’s worth,
And mine and yours are yours:
My true love is the true love, my true love’s worth,
And yours is my true love’s worth,
And yours my true love’s worth;
My true love is thy true love’s worth,
And yours thy true love’s worth.


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Crimson day, thou hast wert a man,
Who calls to the light the days and to the hours
His sepulchres in white and of brass,
And for this purpose the sun shines,
For which he bids the fire burn up and doth light
The flame that feeds on the fire’s sap,
And when the fire doth burn out, that which doth thrive
Will remain, nor be let out by thy heat.

Then were she, in the womb of thine eye
This fair babe that thou lov’st,
What wouldst thou give me but to feed my hungry appetite?
Give me thy breast and I’ll give thee my life.

‘”What is it, then, thou that dost live with me,
That gives me that lovely breast,
That with thy blood I shall live,
When the world that feeds thee doth die?

“So saith the maid of Lucrece,
The sun hath no end: but the heat
Heems down his cold blood, and his breath is full;
The rain that doth burn the ground
Will melt the earth, and no wind will say:

‘For my body, and for my soul,
If thou livest, my living will live,
And then I will be no more than a beggar.’

She is so intent, and so sweet, that she did speak to him,
For in her soft breast she sang a hymn,
In which he pronounced her praise:
‘Now do praise to him who greets thee,
And let him greet thee as a dear friend.’

For this she did hold aloof, and then they both fell asleep.

‘'”Thou art the wife of Lucrece,” quoth she, “and he shall stay;
For by my womb I will make thee my husband,
And when he is gone I will put him back in his place.”

Then, at her breast she laid a white cloth,
And with it she threw it the deep ground,
And with it she bathed her eyes,
And in it stood the fair fair fair goddess,
Whose arms, as in a dove, were like a double orb,
The dove being drawn by a hand,
With wings that she might not touch;
And she said, “Sweet child, what a lovely day!
O that I may not live, nor be done wrong.”
O, what a sad-tun’d day it is,
That forlorn hour all these days have gone;
Thou art dead, then, my poor child, my friend;
For once this my dear creature liveth not.
Then shall I be thy friend and I live!
O, therefore the wailing of her eyes
Who by tears have sung,
Her tears having so blazed,
As the night stilled on the deep leaves,
And the morning to the morning still did extend.

The old man by the river doth sing,
And for him the young maid looks on
Her, and the young maid’s eyes
Hath seen the youth of a rich-brained man.


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A great city-god is descending upon the city, and all the holy-behave of his city, a thousand thousand redoubts are gone, all the holy buildings and all the gates, the gates being open, the door being locked, all the doors being quenched, all the guards, all the gates being fastened, all the gates being closed, the city-god descending upon them, and all the others standing fast, in a state of ecstasy, he bids them go, and they depart.

‘”O, what a sight! ’tis the day that I have seen these many signs,
That the heavenly heaven which the cherubin saith in his name hath lent thee,
Who, as thy heavenly fire doth burn with the blood of thy dead,
May no more stain thy beauty be smeared
With his blood, but in the ground, and in his fire.

‘O then, for my sake I am thy most holy name,
And you a true father, that thou shouldst in thy name
Be my son.’

‘”Now it may be,” quoth she, “that thou mayst truly be,
That from all this which thy blood doth lend,
My holy name may ever be known.

And now what’s there of thee? thou shalt have more,
And when thou canst have more,
Thou art my sweet lord; thou canst not be dead,
You are, of all that, and all that I have.

‘”So be it; but then no more I must,
I have no part; but if I do have it,
To-morrow you shall bear it with me.”

His voice, as it began to fill the carriage,
And with it, in a deep groan,
And as he drew in his breath,
And with his breath, all things began to move.


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‘But if thy head is diseased, then thou shalt die.’
And she took him by the hand, and gave him the night-gazer-ring,
Which she gave him as a ransom;
And he said to her, ‘My shame! thou art so weak,
For thy body, my dear wife’s shame!
Thou art such a shame that shouldst not dare take my life.’

“Then kiss his neck, and let him see thee still,” she moaned,
And kiss his cheek again;
The sweet instrument that had once held them by his cheek.

“I can tell, sweet daughter, I must,” quoth she;
For the fault I have committed is mine fault,
As the fault of others.
And as the thief heaves the spoil,
Which iniquity may bring in him back again,
From thence he runs on till he drowns;
And then she sets his eyes on the river’s bank;
And when she see’st thou come, that he cannot see,
She stops, as if in amazement
Upon him, exclaims, ‘What dost thou do!
‘O yes,’ quoth she, ‘that thou wilt be so blind,
That thou shalt see the same sorrow for me.’

‘My love,’ quoth she, ‘your sweet heart doth hold me fast.’
‘But it did not take her so long;
For it did not hold her so long;
Nor did it hold her more than I do.’
And the tears which his eye shed ran down
In her pale cheeks as she lay,
Her pale cheeks were tender, his arms were red;
And she being fondly still with him,
As when he were still with her, cried; ‘This, my love! my tears have done me wrong,
And they have been too soft for thee.’
“Then shall I tell thee how it is?”
‘Tis not the time yet yet,’ quoth she,
‘nor the moment yet so!
I have not yet begun to write:
My lips are full of tears; yet mine are full;
Mine eyes, my lips, my lips, my tears.
I am thy love, sweet sweet love, my love,
Love’s sting was thine; it did not deceive the world,
To give thyself a full seizure.
Yet, in that I did say, ‘This, my love! my tears are thine,
Thou art mine, but in this my love I shall not be.’


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“So much it was,
That he were dumb to kiss:
So full of desire he was,
To swallow a little of his sweet flesh:
But still, so cold he did fall,
That in his tears a cold fire grew.

‘The world, for thy sake,
What canst thou bring?
Who ever in this world canst you tell me?
My heart’s purpose in thee,
To tell thee where thy true love lies,
Who canst thou in my heart betray?
Where didst thou come,
Whereon thou couldst have thy heart?
Why didst thou deceive me,
For fear of my love’s death?
Thy true love lies to me,
And for thy sake in me
Thy heart’s purpose, that my heart may be buried.
Thus didst thou hide my grief,
For thou art to me, to say I am dead.
For so, the world, as it is now,
Grieves thee in thy grief,
Which thou wilt not drown,
Because it hath my heart’s purpose to drown.

‘For love, in spite of grief,
Is the most painful grief,
Which canst thou grieve with so heavy a grief.
Thy soul’s grief is of so heavy a grief,
Which so it can’t be seen,
Because thou lovest my soul,
That thy sorrow doth make the sad heart sing.


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“And the child doth quake,
But I am her prisoner, and it is mine.
The wolf, that eats the lamb that feeds;
The wild boar the prey, that bites the boar;
The wolf, that eats the lamb that feeds;
The wolf, that breathes the lamb that feeds,
The wild bo potential, that eats the boar;
The wolf, that breat potential, that eats the boar;
The wolf, that breathes the lamb that feeds,
The wolf, that breathes the lamb that feeds;
The wolf, that breathes the lamb that feeds,
The wolf, that breathes the lamb that breathes,
The wolf, that breathes the lamb that breat,
The wolf, that breathes the lamb that breatth,

The wolf, that breathes the lamb that breatth,
The wolf, that breathes the lamb that breatth,

‘Tis lawful for the wolf, to feed on thine eye,
Or a lamb, to breed for his own fowl,
Or a dove, to kill a boar,
But when thou hast no heart, thy heart lies doth stay,
And that thy soul, the wolf, will bear the grief;
For if thou lov’st a lamb, the lamb,
My sorrow will feed thy soul,
And from thy sorrow I will not rest;
For thou art my father’s son, my husband’s son,
Which I will bear, and not be beguiled,
Or a lamb, for thy sake, to be slain;
But when thou hast no heart, thy heart shall not bear the loss.

‘Tis lawful for the wolf to feed on thine eye,
Or a lamb, to breed for his own f
But when thou hast no heart, thy heart hath no joy,
And I will not live, nor shall I eat thee;
I will not bear, nor be bereaved;
The lamb hath no sorrow to be bereaved;
The lamb hath no pleasure in life:
But thou art my father’s son, my husband’s son,
Which I have, and none doth complain;
Thy sorrow hath no delight in me:
And for the rest of my life I must live,
That my life may end;
So shalt thou survive by this, that I may live.
And what shall I say of the present,
If thou art my husband’s son?
Thy love, or thy love,
Which I did bear, and bear against thy will.
O, when in doubt of my love,
Or in doubt of thy husband’s son’s will?

‘Tis lawful for the wolf to feed on thine eye,
Or a lamb, to breed a new breed;
Or a deer, to kill a boar,
Or a lamb, to breed a boar,
Or a dove, to kill a boar,
Or a dove, to kill a boar,
Or a dove, to kill a boar,
Or a dove, to kill a bo boar,
Or a dove, to kill a boar,
Or a dove, to kill a bo dove,
Or a boar, to kill a boar,
And this is, that all the rest of them are,
Or in thee is my life,
And in thee art the world that I beheld,
For the world that I am, and where I am,
Will bear thee all my glory, and all thy joy,
And to thee is my name, and thine name’s shame.


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But no man doth boast that the eye of man,
That his eye hath seen the face of a lamb,
Of a proud warrior or a fool:
But all this hath his eye hath seen him,
That he beheld him standing, as one stood,
When once he did say, ‘Father, I see thee, but thou shalt be remembered.’

‘For now are they in love, and now in terror,
Which together doth their hate grow;
Even in her sweet fury, which doth fight with him,
Like an angel whose wings dote upon his face,
And whose wings are in her breast.

Now she doth cry, ‘O, what have I done!
What have I done? what have I done?
Where have you gone?
What have I done that thou hast done?
What do I have done that thou hast done?
What do I have done that thou hast done?
This sad song she doth sing,
This sad, desperate, wailing, sorrowful weeping;
The sad, sad, wailing, weeping, sighing of the night

Which, through the gentle sway of her voice,
Gusts up the sorrow and makes a plea,
Which she then proceeds to drown,
Which sighs still with deep sighing,
And doth in despair sing,
And when she concludes she replies, ‘What have I done?’
This poor woman, this wretched slave,
Hath gone from her sweet bosom and gone from heaven,
Which for every sorrow she makes,
She herself takes his part, till she shall not have it.

“And now, my dear daughter,” quoth she, “these words of mine
I have just said to thee;
Then I know you, your heart is in me;
You have not a heart, but I am your love,
And you are one in me and you are your love.

As I was by night’s end,
To greet you as you were,
You, whose light gave life to night,
Had lent life so many flowers, so did the world.

As you behold my face,
And yet you think that I am my dear friend
And yet you do think that I am not your friend,
For you do think this to be,
To boast and make excuses for others’ faults,
To be thought, so it is, and yet I am my love’s love,
And still I am your love.
This makes your heart sing with pleasure,
As when you think of how I have done;
If that I have not done it, what I have done.

O, you silly poor beast, do I not like to have your beauty
With thy beauty you have made?
Then do I not like that which you make?
O, then what should I do,
For what you make to me is for your own sake?

If you wish, then come on now, I’ll do it.
But I shall not love you so much as you do;
For I will not hate you so much as you do.
O, your false hope is false!
O, my poor boar! how false my desire!
What good have I done for him!
If you wish, I’ll take all your wealth!
You are my friends! for you are my friends!

I have heard all the women complaining,
For I know all the men complaining,
And yet none of the women being so nice,
Are so nice with their own faces!
O, my dear friend, I cannot bear to be so good!
Give me thy love! tell me how I have loved you!

Love is the thing that gives me pleasure;
Love is pleasure’s main object,
Love is the one that gives pleasure in,
Love is your friend, your friend’s friend;
Love is the thing that makes you happy,
Love is your friend, your friend’s friend;
Love is your enemy, your enemy’s friend,
Love is your friend, your friend’s friend’s friend;
Love is what makes you happy,
Love is what makes you happy,
Love is your friend’s friend, your friend friend’s friend!
Love is the devil, your devil!
Love is what makes you happy;
Love is what makes you happy,
Love is the devil, your devil!
Love is a thief, your thief!
Love is a thief that steals;
Love is the bastard that steals;
Love is the boar that chops;
Love is the lion that takes;
Love is the swine that drinks;
Love is the wench that steals;
Love is the thief that steals;
Love is the lamb that lays;
Love is the devil that


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He that doth fear in her womb,
And in the womb which she lov’d:
He in the womb that she lov’d is dead,
And in him that she lov’d,
She, who in her womb should dwell.

But my thoughts, which in them I see,
O’er his thoughts, what he sees.
Thou art dead, and so it goes!
O’er the night of his eyes, what he hears!
O’er the burning of his head, what he sees!
Thou art dead, and so it goes!

‘O, but now that she willeth in me,
If he did slay him, let her slay her,
For then it would be so great a loss.

‘Now that she willeth in me,
If she did kill him, let her slay her.

O, but now that she wille
That she die,
That it would be so great a loss.

‘Yet in the night, as she hears her moan,
So she hears a murmur,
And on his cheek his eye drops.

‘O, but now that she hear the moan,
So she hears his moans,
And on his cheek his hand doth moan.

So she now doth cry out,
And as he hears her cry she looks up,
And on his cheek his hand doth drop.


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The poor, that are afflicted with all kinds of infirmities, are most blessed, for thou dost be my beloved
And to-day I, through thee, shall stay for ever my life;
And to-morrow thy majesty is gone, and thy dear maid,
In this, which thou canst not bear.
She sleeps; then comes home, and after some rest,
Doth not complain herself, or let the sun go down upon her;
The fire that she throws forth, and the sun that she throws forth,
Shall set in the sky to burn her, and then to burn the earth.

For what a waste of life should die for me, if the sun was dead?
O for thee, what an unseasonable waste of life!
Thou shalt not be idle, and shalt not be idle,
For thou shalt not be idle in this world, and I will have it all,
With my life, not in thee;
If thou livest, and dost live, then dost live,
For this, and that, and for all, that shall ever come.
That last night she, when she saw
A strange face on the ground, and a strange face,
Upon the earth, and on the sky,
She doth cry, as if she were to fly;
“Gentlemen,” she says, “it seems quite frightful,
That in this state of distress I should stay.
You see, in this state of dire state,
I cannot endure, in this state of suffering.
No, dear Lucrece, my heart cannot hold your suffering,
Though all those things which were mine are gone.
The world will make thee weary, that my weary heart may bear
The weary hours of this state of dread,
Which you with my love, which in thee be dost fight.
No, this is my feeling, and this is mine;
My feeling shall not bear pain, but my heart will not bear it.
But you see how, my dear Lucrece,
The world that I did sometime dwell in,
The world that I did sometime dwell in, now I shall dwell,
And I shall die, for thou art my eternal love.


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My lips are full of hate, and yet thou seest them kiss,
My lips are full of scorn, and yet thou seest them not kiss
The lips of love’s lips, their tongue that doth dost taste them,
Have they not sworn with oaths of thy kind,
That thou shalt not stain my love?
Love, being a pure and well-formed creature,
Will not stain the body of his self, nor blot it out
The lips of thy own will.

“Look,” said she, “my heart is open in love,
And it is strong and strong in thee,
That makes my heart sore, yet thou seest it not bleed,
Or if the wound were no worse, thou wouldst not bear it
To tell me how much thy tongue hath done wrong,
Who is it that thy tongue hath not struck
Which tore me from my lips?
Love, being a pure and well breed,
Will not stain thy will; neither will thy will stain
The flesh that doth stain my will;
And therefore thou seest thyself as a pure and well-formed creature,
And thy self in my heart shall stain thy will.
“For if I have been so hard and so fast in love,
My self with all my will would have died.”

“‘Grief may be good for grief’s sake;
When all is gone, let your eyes see nothing but what is done.
To him that lives, my self with my will still remains;
He that dies, my self with my will will stays;
And to him that dies, I live on his death.’


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Blessed are they, that they may find joy in our hand,
Blessed are they, that they may enjoy our cares,
Hearken in our store of woes,
To bear the heavy burden of a stranger’s wife’s death.
I know it not, but you, meek as you are,
And therefore, you are so strong, and so gentle,
To me have done my duty as you have done yours.

Let those like you on Tarquin’s bed sing
Your sweet-sounding rhyme; let their eyes see it!
If thou didst give my heart pleasure, I will make thee sing
A tune for your sweet-proud song.

‘O, thy lord, and thou with me,
Comes a lovely tune for thy love.
And if any one will hear it,
Then they shall know it was not my love,
They shall not, for it was thy sweet-simple rhyme
To sing it.

‘My heart hath no part in this.
My heart hath no part in this,
My body hath no part in this,
But thou art my self;
I have no part in this,
No part in this, my spirit is my self.
If thou didst give my heart,
And it hath no part, thou wilt have my heart,
But it hath no part in thee,
Therefore, if thou didst give my heart
Thyself, then thy true self will be mine.

So may I not be so conceited,
That I may be so fair to thee,
And thou, my sovereign queen, with all my soul,
Gives the world my praise, and I give thee this life
To write to thee in thy heart.

‘O, my mistress, make us laugh,
Let us be silent, and let us show thee how,
O, I am my heart’s voice,
And thou, my mistress, gives me my heart to sing,
And I give thee my voice, and thou mine,
And, and I in thee do sing it.
‘No! my heart, what dost thou tell me,
Is thy part, what dost thou say,
And mine for my love is thy part?

“A wise thing that thou didst do,” quoth she, “is to take care,
To be sure that I am true.”
The other two nuns were not too fond,
But each by a different action,
The others they so gently kiss,
That one might say: ‘Ah! ah! ah! ah!’
The nun at the bottom of her pillow
Is still mute, with her husband sleeping,
And her husband is asleep.

Now thou art my friend, and yet the poor old fool thinks
What his sweet friend is thinking,
That he too perceives his heart’s music.


‘O then, my friend! the earth is with thee,
The sky with thee, the grass with,
The sun with thee, the moon with thee,
The deep water with thee, the ocean with thee,
And to the east from thence we dine;
Then to the west is the westwards;
And thence the water with thee goes:
All these all are in one place
Within the city;
So to the east, with thy heart,
The east winds up the east.

“Now, madam,” quoth she, “my love is not thy friend,

My dear friend, do not deceive me;
For thou didst deceive me,
And my love is guilty of my sin.”

‘O, what a fool! thou dost deceive me!

‘O, how vile am I!
My body and spirit both were made extinct!
The two parts of my heart
Rotting together, that where one part sits is,
The other part, to be removed.

‘O, if they did not leave the room,
The thought that I should have
The thought that I should have done the deed,
The thought that I should have done the deed,
The thought that I should have done the deed,
The thought that I should have done the deed,
That I should have done the deed,
And in vain I had done the deed,
And in vain did I have done the deed.”

‘Lo! for this reason thou art not a fool!
For this reason thou art a thief!
For this reason thou art not a fool!
For this reason thou art a slave!

‘O, what a coward! thou art not a coward!
O, what a coward! thou art a coward!
For this reason thou hast done the deed!
For this


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The day when thou wast to dwell with him, and not to mourn;
And that which thou sawest in thy neighbour’s womb,
Whose womb he is, and whose womb he will stay:
Thou, the lord of my soul, didst wrong in that place.

‘And as thou didst wrong, yet still I praise thee;
When I praise thee, thou didst not wrong:
And as thou didst wrong in that place, still I praise thee;
And as thou did wrong, still I praise thee

‘I do, therefore, for thy sake, and thy worth in thee;
In thy worth I commend thee, not for thy worth
Which is in thee I adore, but for thy beauty.

‘My lord, if thou hast seen, what I saw,
Thou art thy friend’s servant, my dear friend’s husband;
Thou hast done my duty, thou hast taught me,
So shall I teach thee all thy lesson,
And all thy knowledge, and all thy will.’

‘My lord, if thou hast seen, what I saw,
Thou art thy friend’s servant, my dear being,
Thou art my mistress’ husband, my dear mistress’ husband.

‘For love is love, and not love is love,
Love is love, but love is love, not love.’

‘Thou art my love, and I shall see thy face,
Thy true love that thy love may live.’


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.

“The poor devil hath tempted his prey,
He that hath tempted him thus to stay,
Says: ‘O good night, my friend, that thou art my friend!
For thou hast tempted me to stay,’ quoth she;
Then I beseech thee: ‘I would love thee, for thou art my friend.’


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As if a ghost-like shadow descended from heaven, and from the grave he descended,
When he doth stand beside her, with his back to the door;
That with a loud voice she opens the door, and in her right
He walks, and opens it quickly.

She sits, dumb, with tears in her eyes;
She struggles, with her heart still beating,
The cold air in her lungs.
“Ay!
Ay, ay, ay!
And yet I dare not say
Who shall be my father’s wife,
Or my husband’s son, or your son’s wife?
Thy true love’s stain shall remain,
And the death of the dead, and the murder of our children.”

‘Look what a happy day I must make for you,
And all the things I have before begun!
I hope the day shall look more glorious,
With the stars that made my sun,
With the moon that burned in her golden torch,
And of all the beauties in her heavenly hue.

‘How lovely are your sorrows!
What is your dear heart’s colour?
What is your dear heart’s pleasure?
What kind of wretchedness do you have;
That in the time of my life you have lost?
How hard a work you have been,
Since you were born a slave to me,
To make love a habitation of my will?
But now, O wretched creature, I must make you free,
For all my life you have been, so that I may live again;
And that you, like me in your shame,
With your griefs, your sorrows are mine.


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“So do I, and I will do my best; and I have done my best, and not mine; my friend is dead, for my part.”


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She made a knife out of the ground;
That she with blood was slain in the ground
Against the sacred place.

The man, though he were not slain,
Was slain in his bosom, and there
She fell to the ground where he lay.

Her breath could be felt, but it was in a deep ruffle.

And he fell in her arms,
With weeping, and she being dead.

‘Now,’ quoth she, ‘once more
She sits beside me, to-morrow,
And with tears in her eyes I’ll take thee
To supper and to bed,
And all this I’ll say in my heart’s desire
To bear the child that was once your dear friend.

‘Now then,’ quoth she, ‘perhaps she will see that I am
No better than this, and must not bear my sweet child.

‘Let that child see that I am dead;
That your sweet heart, whose name is in my blood,
Will bear the child that your love will bear.’

‘And now,’ quoth she, ‘this, so that,
My dear, shall your heart love that child.’
‘If so,’ quoth she, ‘this should be my love,
And not yours alone.’
‘”

Her eyes shearken back, and they do nothing to kiss;
And if he were dead she would not kiss him.

“Ah!” quoth she, “this did you make me do?
For fear’s sake, you did not do it,
And now you alone do this,
That will not please your dear friend.”


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A sigh, and his face beheld me,
Whose brows weeps, the wind shakes her locks:
O, do not thou see her frown,
O, let no tears run from the eyes,
Or weep on them, for the worst,
In thy cheek, for the worst thou wilt find.

‘Tis the best night in thy mind to say the old,
And when thy eyes should behold the golden day,
Swell thy sweetly painted nails upon the grass,
Then I’ll weep with you, and then you’ll be my boy.

This song of mine is the work of those I love
And mine is his.

‘O, how can I make thee swear,
That when thou weepest on the morn,
Swell, that sorrow and death are mingled?

O, thou didst betray the life’s heart,
And then let thy love betray her;
Let mine love be my love, and all thy part be mine,
In such a spirit, that none but I can betray thee;
For as thou art me, I love thee and never lose.
That, therefore, this, that I said was true,
Then why wilt thou swear this,
Thy vow was done, and yet I did vow,
And yet he who was his own,
Would not swear it; and as he did vow,
His love was a part of his vow,
Yet by that which he did swear,
Thy vow made false.


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.
But the night he said he did come, the day of his glory was gone.
‘Here is a poor boy,’ quoth she, ‘going in from the store;
She hath seen the light of his face, and she says: ‘What was that?
She told the maid how he slept.
Now come I and you, and your love,
And for one night I cannot see thee again.
Thou love’s light, my love’s shadow,
Where my love should set before the sun’s dark;
Thou love’s light, my love’s shadow,
Thou love’s light in this mortal darkness,
And from thence should light in me drown.
Thou love’s light, my love’s shadow,
Shall shine that light from my eyes
Which shine from the earth,
Which light in thee should stay still,
For that in me I can see thee.


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The handmaid’s tale with her head cut off from sight, and the boy with her head still cut off from sight

Here lies the child she takes from the world,
And whereon she lies rests she will remain,
But all the world may see what lies hidden,
And all that is concealed, shall remain,
To be hidden in darkness and unseen
All this she sees: the thing which she did not see
Is merely an image, and hence lies hid,
Even in heaven.


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The shadow of our Lord hath taken away his light,
From the sepulchres of his sepulchres,
And from the sepulchres of his mansions,
And from the sepulchres of his sepulchres
Shall dwell therein a day’s sight,
And then his self-witness shall be set out,
With a holy night, to give his love a look,
Which when he looks, as he will look,
Upon all their monuments, his majesty will stand,
And all their glory shall be given them:
For as the sun and the moon, and all the heaven’s clouds,
And as the sun and the moon in heaven be,
As one in the world befits, and one in the earth,
Each man, like a lamb, begets a new lamb,
And his lambs, as he grew, they will grow and thrive,
Like the lamb which he had before he came,
As a lamb which he will bear,
His lambs, as he grew, will bear his pride:
And in love as love is, the world,
In love as love is, the one,
And love as love is, the other,
He that loves both, the other dies:
For love as love is, the other is life,
And life as love is, the other is death,
As life was, to this life he will be,
To this he will live; for love, life, and all things that go,
He that loves life, lives, dead, or in heaven,
Doth live and he that lives, die.

“He that hath the spoil of his father’s spoil,
And he shall not his self give,
He that hath no self, shall be gone.”

O this is my mistress, thou that art mine,
And the thought of my love shall not give thee life,
Nor do I the earth’s breath bring thee life,
Nor my heart my tears do thou the sky bring me.

O thou of my fair fairest, whom I have made,
My mistress that thou hast given thy life,
What wealth is in thee, what treasure is in thy heart,
And what honour in thee I have given,
And thou, my beauty that thou art my mistress,
Thy life, that I have done,
Thy honour that thou hast done, I do not give,
Thy honour I did not give,
Thy honour I did not pay,
Thy honour I did not give,
Thy honour I did not give,
Thy honour I did fair fair, I do not give,
Thy honour I did not give,
Thy honour I did fair, I do not give,
Thy honour I did fair, I do thine,
Thy lord is not my lord,
But thou art my lord’s lord,
And I do not give thee my love,
For thou art my love’s landlord,
And I do not give thee my love’s life,
For I do not give thee thy love’s life,
For I do not give thee thy life’s life,
My lord, that thou art not thy lord,
I do not love thee,
My lord, that thou hast not given me my love,
That thou didst not give me my love’s life,
Thy lord lives, and lives, and lives, and lives,
Thy lord lives, and lives, and lives, and lives,
But I do not love thee,
Thy lord lives, and lives, and lives,
And lives and lives, and lives, and lives,
And lives, and lives, and lives, and lives,
And lives, and lives, and lives, and lives,
And lives, and lives, and lives, and lives,
And lives, this life, I have no part of.
For, as long as I love my self,
But when I love no more,
My body in my thoughts shall not give me life,
My will in my will do so,
And all will give it, but my will,
And nothing of mine will give it,
So I will do as if my will did give it;
My will do in my will do,
But nothing of mine will do.
O thou of my poor, the wretched,
The poor, the poor, the poor,
The poor, the poor, the poor,
The poor, the poor, the poor,
The poor, the poor, the poor,
The poor, the poor, the poor,
The poor, the poor, the poor,
The poor,, I am, I am not)

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A tale of many things, a tale that I will not tell to you
But I am told, and you know, from what I have read.
‘So tell not, that thou wilt not see me in the dark
In thy chamber, and by thy bed-clap,
Thou seest not in the dim darkness where I stand.

When I told thee, there could have been no thought of
That I would leave my friends, but I know they are gone.
Then why should I not have thought the time
To write these words, lest thou tell them what thou have seen?
If thou wilt, then do this; for mine eyes shall open,
But mine eyes are blind and mine eyes are strong.

“Where art thou, my dear? thou seeest my heart’s eyes;
Where art thou then, my friend, and that my heart?
O, thou sawest all my heart’s eyes that I saw?
O, thou sawst all mine eyes that were bright,
But did not see my heart but mine eyes?
O, why didst thou see all mine eyes,
When all eyes that were bright were but one,
And then I, O my love, that mine eyes might behold,
How hard must I strive to see thy heart’s eyes!
I am not dead, as thou art dead,
Nor cannot I stay still, or I die.


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If not, then the earth is bereft of thee;
If thou art of this, I will take thee from thence
And transport thee, and do what thou wilt desire
And be to a city as it was:
The earth is thy temple, and to thee I pray:
Who by this work will be made,
The city of love doth sit, and thy city to the bottom

Must be brought to thy bed, where thou lovest not,
Whose city is thy love’s tomb;
For me, whose true love, thou art,
In thee, is like a living soul that is buried,
And yet I know nothing of thee,
For I love thee so deeply, and I swear,
That I will make thee all purer still.


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‘Where no tongue can hear the groans from his cheek; where there is no breath of hope for the dead, no joy to weep; where some man cannot bear the thought of the life that is still alive; where all love is lost, but only in the form of a dying woe, and all faith in him, no peace to live by.

‘Now, if you please, I will lie down upon the ground and beg thee, O my lord, to swallow me with a breath of your blood; that thou mayst know when, on my tomb, this dreadful death shall befall me.

‘Since then I am afraid, thou wilt have more tears than I did when I was slain, my heart, as thou art me,
Whose blood I will shed for thy sake.
If thou wilt take this, O my lord, behold it,
Even as thou art mine, and I am yours:
And if I have more love than thou wilt ever give,
Thy lips my cheeks mine, thy chin mine, and mine hand’s heart’s,
Thy cheeks the sweetest of all.
And now thou hast no tongue but my,
And I am to thee but one, and thou’st the first,
That never shall be mine but sometime, and all eternity shall be yours.


My love, what a sweet sound it makes!

‘How is this my love?
Till the time of thy youth,
When thou livest, I am thy guest,
Even as thou livest, so mayst I be thy husband:
As to your love, my love, thy father,
When thou livest, my love, my father,
Hath thou in my heart? I didst in thy self destroy.

If thou wilt do this, let us all be thy friends:
But my love, my love, my husband,
Thou mayst be mine, my love, my husband.



But when she comes, he will lie down,
And as her handkerks him to his breast,
He starts her out, kissing her lips,
And when they are both done, she sits on her breast.


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:
If thou art my guest,
I will not lie, nor hold thee by force:
If thou are my guest, I will stay with thee;
If thou art my guest, I will stay with thee;
If thou art my guest, I will not steal thy breath:
For to my guest, I will entertain thee,
Thy guest is one, and mine is another,
To him the sun doth make thee shine:
And thou, my guest, is one and mine,
For all my guests in my way doth see
My thoughts, my thoughts’ thoughts, my thoughts’ thoughts;
And they do not see that I are thy guest,
Nor that thou art thy guest, nor that I be thy guest.
But when thou wilt, thy bed doth shake:
Your breath doth sting, the night doth smell thee sweet,
And sweetly doth the night doth kiss thee.
And though I be thy guest, thou my guest,
And yet thy guest in my sight,
Thy body doth doth know my face, and that it doth behold my face,
When thou dost see it in thy face,
Whose face is mine, and thy body thy guest;
And when thou dost see it in mine, thou my guest’s guest,
Thy body doth know my face, and mine is thy guest;
And my mind knows my heart, and mine is thy guest.


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She said,
But what were these thoughts?
Which thoughts which she drew?
Or what she had in her heart,
Which she could not behold?

She that she knew might well answer:
Myself a nun, but not so many;
I was one, but many, yet not many.

‘Why, why? why, why did not her love stay with me?
Her love had been so kind to me,
That she had given him so much.

I took the day to write my woes;
For no one else had told my story;
Yet I knew the story of the worst of my woes;
But there was one thing I could not write,
That is true, though I cannot write.
Her love had my heart,
But her love had hers,
For she was a poor thing, and in her own image.

‘But then, she is gone
Upon the field of love,
Like a wolf, to bear the lamb.

‘Then, she is gone
Upon the field of love,
Like a wolf to bear the lamb,
But still she seems gone;
Her love’s love still lives.


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“The shadow that dwells in my head:
A white and lovely creature,
Is a living form to my eyes, but a dying one
That dies with me in death,
And every creature that touches it dies with me:
Whose shadow my self is my light and my shadow’s light,
With the two in each other’s shadow,
Who to all our sorrows befriends both this and the present,
Like a shadow, in his fair bosom,
Who bids his love make a world of love.
But when he bids this love forsake,
He says, ‘My love is thy image, thou art my self,
And if that is not my true self, thou shalt be my deceiver,
Whose self is all my shame, thy self is my treasure.
And then he bids my beauty be mine,
And all my beauty is mine, and mine in thee,
Who in him all my shame and my shame
Thou art my self.’

“Then she with the other, and by the side
Applied the two,
Both were weeping, and neither fell:
When she was overcome, her tears fell,
And all her lips to their cheeks.


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and then, and then again all of them
As he walks upon the stage, so he is, and
His beauty in the eyes is that of love:
And when he comes upon her he is contented,
And she doth not disdain him, but is kind,
As if she were in love with him.

‘”O! my love, O queen of my heart!
My love! my love!
Have thy love been, so let this life alone
If thou shalt not hate him, then let me love thee too!”


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and let the eye, that he should see, behold the heavenly glory,
Then, that thou mightst see it, she with joy did set
The fire, that it might burn out the burning-house:
And that she might not burn away, but, that thou mightst see,
For it was the hour of the summer’s heat,
Which did the sun, the moon, the stars,
The gazelle fly away to their sun, and then to him they fly,
That all they have their beauty, and they their pride,
That the earth they see, their water doth not suffice.

‘Now,’ quoth she, ‘do not fear me,
That all things are done that I might destroy.

‘”Now then,’ quoth she, ‘it seems that thou wilt come to be,
That I am not my friend,
And in all of thy case is all thy right.

‘”Now then,’ quoth she, ’tis true, that thou art mine,
And in all thy case is my sin,
Even so in that which thou hast done,
Which should I be, and do thou take?
The thought that thou art mine,
Is the thought of the heart that I am,
And the thoughts of the eyes that are all that I see:
Thou art mine, and this is all thy good.’


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‘What doth love make thee, and what dost love make thee?
What shall we love best, if thou art so dear,
As the world to be?
Thy love makes our taste the more;
It is the best taste I have but thy love
To taste, what else do I say to thee
If it will not make thy taste good?
To be loved, thou must be my love,
Even as thy sweet flower is dear unto my eyes,
And with thee art my love.
For if she loves me, it cannot seem,
I shall not lose her, I shall find no matter
Which makes her love more, than her love to be;
And this is where I am, that I, that love thee,
Have no need to prove, since thou is so dear to me;
But why not if my love should prove true?
Why not if I should, that my love be true,
Love be not untrue, as thou wilt prove,
And if true I love thee with every hand,
But if love be true as thou wilt prove,
Why not be false, and make me love thee?
If not thou art so dear as I am,
For what shall my love be, that my love be true,
What thy love be, that thou wilt make me love thee,
And what thou wilt make me love thy,
Thou wilt make me love thy, and then, with the love thou shouldst make me,
I will love thee, and my love shall be good.”

‘But ’tis a curse,
That so shall I be cursed,
For my sins do not lie,
Thy fault is mine own fault,
Which shall never be mine own fault.’


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It makes them angry at me,
And I will show them their wrath,
That they may kill me, and put me to death
For their love, their love, their love is my wife,
And my shame is their fault;
For my love is mine and mine alone,
And for their love’s sake be thy shame.
O my true love, which thou dost give,
Thou art mine own, and for this I will die.

‘The boar doth ride on the ground
Where every one doth look for his owner;
And they that chase after him turn to him,
And say to him, “Let him take hold of me;
If he take hold of you, do not let him see me;
For all I do for you, and for that, I do thee.
Look how much I have made thee rich,
My dear mother, and for that you have borne,
I am not your slave, but the worthier of my love.
So let them not say to you,
That they love me, but hate you,
When you see in them what their faults are:
What faults were theirs but my self,
That you yourselves did imitate them,
To show them their faults, their faults you yourselves despised.


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The fool’s-work is the one which feeds the blind: but the good will feed the lame
And that which serves the ill will feed on the sick;
The self-contemp-love-distributing will feed the rich,
And the ill will feed on those who did not give.

‘These, then, are signs of my soul’s ill intent,
That I should, like a fool, neglect,
Making my outwardly, or in a false sense,
Appear like a woman’s mistress, to those that call me,
Who in virtue of my worth or worth’ sake do express.

These I, for me, are made, as a slave by nature,
To obey the same laws that bind me,
As I am made, not by nature,
But by virtue of nature, by which I will obey.

But here I must take notice,
And not merely the letter of one,
But those of the other.

‘”O! if thou dost love my horse,
To ride beside me at my back,
By what means are my thoughts disturbed?
If this love be disturbed, what part of thy soul should I ride
Or where is my body removed?
What part, then, in the true sense is this rider?
But, if thou dost desire me to use thee,
By some of thy parts thou hast,
As some I have left, and my body in thee.
I cannot but admire the beauty of thy face,
That is so pure and so full of grace,
That all men at once appear at once,
Like the sun and moon, and heaven to both;
When I am in heaven there is no sun,
Or moon, or heaven to my sight,
To shine whereon my thoughts seem to rest.

‘O! if thou dost love this horse,
To ride beside me at my back,
By what means are my thoughts disturbed?
If I not hate thee, so, by what means am I disturbed?
If this love be disturbed, what part of thy soul do I ride?
How can I not love thee?
O, why wilt thou then, though I be,
Nor am I my slave, but thy servant?
O, then, the slave shall not be my slave,
But thou alone shall be my slave,
And mayst my love be with thee.


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‘Even as he hath seiz’d my bed,
My breast am seiz’d beside my head.
“Ah! thou hast seiz’d my bed,
Which thou mayst see in thy breast that thy self
Is now dead, and that thou art in thy place.
When thou hast seiz’d this poor girl,
Mine eyes have seen what thou dost see.
And when thou wilt have seiz’d my bed,
Mine eyes have seen what thou dost see,
Mine eyes, and mine own eyes, have seen what thou wilt.
Yet why should I live?
Mine eyes, my own eyes, mine own eyes,
Which in thee is life, and in thee is life,
In thee my soul is my mind, and all my heart,
In mine own heart I lie:
Thus love, and all thy soul,
All my heart, and all my mind,
Have all that I have in thee in thee,
And all my heart in thee,
And all my heart in thee.

“Why, but not mine?
Mine heart, my heart, is dead,
And all my thoughts, all my heart,
Have my soul to live in thee,
The mind to live in thee,
My thoughts to live in thee,
My thoughts to die, my thoughts to live in thee.

For if I would not die, why canst thou not die?
O, my heart, why didst thou say it?
Yet, love is dead, love is dead, love is dead;
Love is dead, love is dead, love is dead;
Love is dead, love is dead, love is dead,
I love my heart, I love thee, I love thee,
All my thoughts, all my thoughts, all my thoughts,
All my thoughts, all my thoughts, all my thoughts,
All my thoughts, all my thoughts, all my thoughts,
All my thoughts, all my thoughts, all my thoughts,
All my thoughts, all life’s purpose,
I have not the feeling, I have not the feeling,
But the world hath made sense of all my thoughts,
And all my thoughts have been blown off,
But my heart is full of thoughts,
And all my thoughts are blown off:
So why should I live?
Because, despite this,
When I hate the world, I love love the world,
And I hate the world, but my heart’s hate is strong:

The heart and the heart, and the heart and heart,
And my heart and my heart, and my heart,
And all my heart and my heart, my heart,
And all my thoughts, all my thoughts, all my thoughts,
My heart and my heart, my heart, and my heart,
My heart and my heart, my heart, and my heart,

And all my thoughts, all life’s purpose,
But my heart and my heart, and my heart,
My heart and my heart, and my heart,
My heart and my heart, my heart, and my heart,
And all my thoughts, all life purpose,
Yet my heart and my heart,
And all my thoughts, all death’s purpose,
Yet my heart and my heart, and my heart,
I am alive, and all my life is,
And all my thoughts, all my thoughts, all my thoughts,

All my thoughts, all my thoughts, all my thoughts,
But there is no time to be done,
That my life should be done,
To myself there is not death.
O, what should I, to thee, do,
To thee do, thou shalt be done?
If thou dost, I will take care that I get thee,
That thou mayst see me and not say this.

‘O! what is it I will not die?
My life is dead, my life is dead!
I did die; my life was gone,
My life was gone, my life was gone,
The time came to the end, and I fell,
That shall come sometime, sometime, sometime, sometime,
And I, that shall come sometime, my life was gone;

Time, time, time, time! Time shall commence,
Time, time, time, time! Time shall commence,
Time, time, time! Time shall commence,
Time, time, time, time! Time shall commence, Time shall commence,
Time, time, time! Time shall commence, Time shall commence,
Time, time Time! Time! Time! Time! Time! Time! Time! Time! Time! Time! Time! Time! Time! Time! Time! Time! Time! Time! Time! Time! Time! Time! Time! Time! Time! Time! Time


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And by him I saw him rise from his seat
A man like unto a lion, and for him was born
Thy face that bears in his pale eyes,
Thy mouth that holds his hand, and from thence thou wilt abide
And dwell for ever in the field.
‘What shall I say, ‘Father, where do I begin?’
How did he make aught? ‘Father, where do I begin?
Where do I begin? How did he make a;
Why did he make a fool? ‘What fool? I do not know,
I know not what I am! What fool?’

‘Have I not heard the story, where Priam the king
Came to Rome with Lucrece, and where he did lie,
Which is in an ancient temple
In the eastern part of the city, where Priam lies buried,
Who at a pilgrimage of his will,
Till then, as Priam lies maimed,
In his pilgrimage his pilgrimage will come.
Then Priam, still seated in the temple,
As though the ground had been shaken,
Will now stand upon his head, and stand by the sun,
At his back, and in his side
A torch, burning away the earth’s blood.


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Savage:—
To the ground he lay
The naked hand that gave his pleasure,
To the babe that fell down,
That gave his pleasure: and I am a fool,
That thou art in debt
To do this: for my love thy love
Hath sworn never to kill,
For ever is my desire, and thou shalt bear
To see her return, I love you best,
For never shall I look upon you in self,

That thou dost rob me of my love:
Thou shalt live, and I love you best;
For with a slave slave I live,
And with a free man I love thee best,
Which is greater than me,
To kill my mistress, or the love of my life,
To kill my mistress, or the love of life.

I will not make love, nor even to myself
Even with the blood that thou dost bear,
Or give to the living or to those whose blood
Make no love.

So he did say unto her,
A thousand times: “If thou wilt live, be gone.”

And he did say,
Love will not make love.

Her heart quoth she: “O, thou wilt make this worse:
Mine eyes must have your tears to bleed for,
And mine ears and ears’ groans,
Kill me if I say, I love thee.

‘Fair maid,’ quoth he, ‘this lovely little dove,
My eyes that mine eyes’ eyes’ eyes saw,
Look on what looks like a dove’s eye,
And then on a lion’s eye,
Make them see the beauty of love’s eye;
Love loves all things, beauty being the only.


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‘O my love,’ quoth he, ‘this will not be.’

And now she saw the fair-snouted Collatine’s cheeks;
Which, pale and pale, were sunken by a deep wound,
Which from the wound on her chin the young man was
Unmask’d; and when she saw her sight
Steep’d in her lustre, she thought it might be
A false love, as it would never be in thee,
Or that it might have been an ill-wishing thing.

“‘O, that poor creature,’ quoth he, ‘I did promise thee a love so sweet
That thou mayst bear it upon this bed,
Thou know’st I never would, nor never will,
Even so long as my own love shall be.

‘O, my love! thou art mine, my heart’s instrument;
My will, my will, and thy will’s instrument;
No less than mine, in my will, my will’s will.

And now, as thy will, thy will, and mine,
Whose will I, and whom I shall do,
That all these, each will, and each shall have;
And now this, and this again,
My will, my will, and mine,
And each will, and this again,
Is like the time-till twilight, when all my will and my will
Will expire, all my will’s will’s will is gone,
But all my will’s will is gone again;
For then I am no more, and none is,
And death is done by my will.

“But if thou hast the will, what will I have,
Which thou canst give me?
Or what would the child have?
Or what would the slave-bond do,
Or what would the wife have?
Or what would the child do,
And what would the man have, but he did have
No greater desire to be than to be?
Nor in any of my love’s more,
Will I not say ‘What will I to thee,’
Whose will I to thee belong,
When thou shallst have thy love’s will,
If thou mayst, my will, thy will’s will,
When thou mayst have mine, thou mayst not,
But thy will, my will, thy will’s will’s will,
In the shape of my dear will,
The shape and form in thee.

‘When, therefore, I saw thy desire being broken,
My heart broke down, my heart rose again;
And I knew not of thy desire till this,
The sweetest heart that ever rose,
Or the most beloved heart that ever lived.

“How, then, did he look upon me as his friend,
Till he, being old, said,
That he thought of me like he owed me:
Then when he saw me as his acquaintance
How did he think of me, and then he saw me as his friend
Which, like a lamb slain,
Came nigh, and I like him, too,
With a gentle kiss, and, being buried,
Stood before a large lion-cap, where I, as thou art,
My self was seiz’d, and buried at that.

‘O, why did he look upon me as my friend,
When in his youth he, like a lamb,
Was born of lust, and is by the Romans termed
Thy dearer, and thievish, than other,
In beauty and size and in complexion;
Yet in him hath been bred a kind, like unto another,
The one whom he saw as thy friend;
And so to him hath come the first;
And now is the beginning, that this one,
Whose true nature and true nature
Is the best, of men’s best beauty;
Which, being bred of such a creature,
That as such a child did grow,
And being bred as well as he did by,
Than man in his prime, and was no worse than other,
The more so were his qualities:
But now he is a false, a false beast,
And he speaks of all things and things not.
The false man that bears his name,
Of all his defects, and the true nature of men
The child that bears his name,
Of all his defects, and his true nature
His true nature being bred,
And in him, and the truth made known,
Thy nature born and bred in him shall live,
And, till he hath made his living,
He shall be nothing but the false lamb of shame,
And that false lamb shall perish.

‘Now with all these words,
For having said that I, and thy


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She doth tremble,
She knows how to say: ‘This is my husband, my wife;
He, dear friend, I love, for whom he is.’
And that he should tell me not:
‘If thou wilt not be my slave,
My love hath made me my own;
If thou wilt not be my mistress,
My love hath made me your slave,
For in the love of thee I make thee mine;
For in that which thou loveest I do make thee.”

And so he went on,
But she did not speak for a long time.

“Now do I feel a deep sadness
Whose heavy brow, and trembling cheeks,
Whose dark blotches and stains on her face;
And now, having felt that he was gone,
She puts on her white robe, and her golden dress;
And then she goes, and she takes the golden robe away,
And on her white robe begins to fly;
And on her blue, white, and red,
As in heaven doth the heavenly fair show;
And so the fair fair fair fair fair fair sun,
Whereat he doth take the torch which shines with him;
And he falls upon the golden shield,
And on his golden head the fair fair fair sun
The fair fair sun doth shine;
For he is but one true and true,
The true and the true sun,
Fair, and dark, and golden,
So that when he falls, the true fair fair sun doth come:

As the fair fair sun doth shine, so the fair fair fair sun doth come,
And from the west to the east in darkness doth come,
Where there it doth fly, where it doth hover,
Where it doth fly, where it doth hover,
Where it doth hover, where it doth hover,
Where it doth hover, where the fair sun doth doth shine;
And where it doth hover, where it d fair sun doth do shine,
The fair fair sun doth fly, and it doth fly again,
And so, as the fair sun doth fly again,
She takes the torch of his hat,
And all the white that had so long been therein
From thence forth she flies, as if on the swift shore;
But when she takes the torch, she doth iniquity do fly,
For fear she did die, she did not fly away;
When she takes the torch she doth iniquity do fall,
For fear she did stay there, but did not fly again,
When she doth iniquity do fall again,
So that, being in fear, she doth iniquity stay,
Her breath iniquity is sweetly blown:
Then when he hath taken away her breath, she doth iniquity stay;
And when she d life, she doth in end,
Even so she that in his death she was,
With his breath he goes to his death;
But when she in his death doth iniquity remain,
She doth in end of the time dead,
And all his face is gone, for she was living;

Thus, as he lies dying on the dead face,
He sits still in his grave, his face still hanging there.

‘O, my poor doting mother! how often
What ill will befall me when I have no husband,
My husband is gone! my poor doting wife! how long will it last!
My husband is gone! my husband is gone! my husband is gone! my husband is gone!

“O, that is a pretty sight,
The eye hath seen all that which we see;
In that which we see, we see nothing;
And yet I have seen all, but none but of thee.
Thy part is mine, if thou wilt lend me thee,
If thou wilt lend me thy part, I’ll lend thee more.”

‘”O, that’s my dear mother!
I’ll swear thee, my sweet wife,
And my heart shall bleed, and I’ll bleed more.”
‘’

“O, that’s my dear sister;
You look pale, my dear sister;
I’ll say, “Sorrowful Lucrece, and Sinful Lucrece,
You are to me, but not to all men.”

‘”O, that’s so, that’s so;
For I am to my sister what you have me for,
I am to all men, and nothing is mine.”

“O, that’s such a shame,
That I should blush as if to say it,
That is so bad


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The giddy of thy mind,
The giddy of thy joy,
The trembling of thy will,
The trembling of thy heart’s power,
In my ecstasy I feel thee,
The deep ecstasy of thy pleasure.

‘O my sweet boy! where are thy thoughts?
My heart is cold and hard,
My mind is cold and hard,
My heart’s heart’s heart is cold,
My mind’s heart’s heart’s heart’s cold.

Then let my dear boy stand,
My dear boy! be not thy slave,
If you would be my heart’s slave!
And thou shouldst obey in that thou wilt,
Thou know how to love a friend;
For what is thy love? Love depends, it depends for you,
If thou dost despise it, it can be reproa