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I ' ll follow you , I ' ll lead you about a round , Through bog , through mire , through
bush , through brake , through brier ; Sometime a horse I ' ll be , sometime a
hound , A hog , a headless bear , sometime a fire ; And neigh , and bark , and
I pray you , bear with me ; I can go no further . Clo . For my part , I had rather bear
with you , than bear you : yet I should 3 bear no cross , if I did bear you ; for , I
think you have no money in your purse . Ros . Well , this is the forest of Arden .
O , yes , I heard them all , and more too ; for some of them had in them more feet
than the verses would bear . Cel . That ' s no matter ; the feet might bear the
verses . Ros . Ay , but the feet were lame , and could not bear themselves without
Rof . He ' s fallen in love with her foulness , and she ' ll fall in love with my anger :
- If it be so , as fast as she answers thee with frowning looks , I ' ll sauce her with
bitter words . - - Why look you so upon me ? Pbe . For no ill will I bear you . Rof .
Patience herself would startle at this letter , And play the swaggerer ; bear this ,
bear all : She says , I am not fair ; that I lack manners ; She calls me proud ; and ,
that she could not love me Were man as rare as phænix : ' Od ' s my will ! Her
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