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(1233)
A pretty while these pretty creatures stand, (1234)

Like ivory conduits coral cisterns filling: (1235)

One justly weeps; the other takes in hand (1236)

No cause, but company, of her drops spilling: (1237)

Their gentle sex to weep are often willing;
(1238)
Grieving themselves to guess at others' smarts, (1239)

And then they drown their eyes or break their hearts.

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