romo and juliet
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"By thee, old capulet and motuague have thriced the peace in our streets. " ( Shakespere, 1597 , 1.1 . 84 )
"Madam an hour before the worshiped sun peered forth the golden window of the east a trouble mind drave me to walk abroad" ( Shakespeare, 1597, 1.1 .97 ).
"Alas that love whos view is muffled still should without eyes see pathways to his will. " ( Shakespere, 1597, 1.2 .73)
" I'll look to like if looking liking moves but no more will I endart mine eye " (Shakespere, 1597, 1.3 .96 ).
" You are looked for and called for asked for and sought for in the great chamber "( Shakespere , 1597, 1.5. .63 ).
"Sin from my lips? o trespass sweetly urged! give me my sin again "( Shakespere, 1597, 1.6 .109).
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