Shakespeare Act II scene I Part I.II Sean Borsum
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I'm not very glad to see you here, Titania.
I could say the same, Oberon. Fairies, leave us, I have forsworn his company.
You aren't in a position to say anything, as you love Theseus, and are here near Athens to bless him.
Don't be rude, because I am you husband.
Are you? I have seen you sneak out of our land, to go woo that "queen" Hippolyta, and I suspect you are here to bless their wedding/
I would gladly go with you, if you gave me the boy.
These lies are made of your jealousy, for you want my servant for your own! You can't have him. His mother was my follower, and it is for her sake I will keep him. I'll stay here until you submit to this.
Not in a million years! I'd be glad to never see you again! It's best if we both leave.
If you will go to our revels with the fairies, please do, or I will stay angry at you.
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