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1:John Donne
2:Break of Day
John Donne
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Break of Day
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Break of Day
John Donne2


Tis true, tis day, what though it be?
O
wilt
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wilt1
thou
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thou1
therefore rise from me?
Why should we rise because tis
light
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light1
?
Did we lie down because twas night?
Love, which in spite of
darkness
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darkness 1
brought us
hither ,
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hither,1

Should in despite of light keep us together.
Light hath no tongue, but is
all eye
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all eye1
;
If it could speak as well as spy,
This were the worst that it could say,
That being well I
fain
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fain1
would stay,
And that I loved my heart and honour so,
That I would not from
him
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him1
, that had them, go.
Must business thee from
hence
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hence1
remove?
Oh, that’s the worst
disease of love
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disease of love1
,
The poor, the
foul
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foul1
, the false, love can
Admit ,
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Admit,1
but not the
busied
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busied1
man.
He which hath business, and makes love, doth do
Such wrong, as when a married man
doth
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doth1
woo
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woo1
.