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(239)
'Shameful it is; ay, if the fact be known: (240)

Hateful it is; there is no hate in loving: (241)

I'll beg her love; but she is not her own: (242)

The worst is but denial and reproving: (243)

My will is strong, past reason's weak removing.
(244)
Who fears a sentence or an old man's saw (245)

Shall by a painted cloth be kept in awe.'

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