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Sonnet 24
William Shakespeare

Mine eye hath played the painter
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Mine eye hath played the painter1
and hath
steeled
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steeled1

Thy beauty's form
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Thy beauty's form1
in table of my heart
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in table of my heart1
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My body is the
frame
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frame1
wherein 'tis held ,
And
perspective it is best painter's art
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perspective it is best painter's art1
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For through the painter must you see his skill
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For through the painter must you see his skill1
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To find where your
true image
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pictured
lies
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Which in
my bosom's shop
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my bosom's shop1
is hanging
still
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still1
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That has
his windows glazed with thine eyes
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his windows glazed with thine eyes1
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Now see
what good turns eyes for eyes have done
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what good turns eyes for eyes have done1
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Mine eyes have drawn thy shape
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Mine eyes have drawn thy shape1
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thine for me Are windows to my breast
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