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Her pity-pleading eyes are sadly fixed (562)

In the remorseless wrinkles of his face; (563)

Her modest eloquence with sighs is mixed, (564)

Which to her oratory adds more grace. (565)

She puts the period often from his place;
And midst the sentence so her accent breaks, (567)

That twice she doth begin ere once she speaks.

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