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Now I but chide , but I should use thee worse ; For thou , I fear , haft given me
cause to curse . If thou hast Nain Lysander in his Neep , Being ' o ' er shoes in
blood , plunge in the deep , And kill me too . The sun was not so true unto the day
, As ...
... At whose approach , ghosts , wandering here and there , Troop home to church
- yards : damned spirits all , That in cross - ways and floods have burial , Already
to their wormy beds are gone ; For fear lest day should look their shames upon ...
I should be still p Plucking the grass , to know where sits the wind ; Prying in
maps , for ports , and piers , and roads : And every object , that might make me
fear Misfortune to my ventures , out of doubt , Would make me sad . Sol . My wind
No , thy words are too precious to be cast away upon curs , throw some of them at
me ; come , lame me with reasons . Ref . Then there were two cousins laid up ;
when the one should be lam ' d with reasons , and the other mad without any .
Should a villain fay fo , The most replenish ' d villain in the world , He were as
much more villain : you , my lord , Do but mistake . Leo . You have mistook , my
lady , Polixenes for Leontes : O thou thing , Which I ' ll not call Pa creature of thy ...
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