O me, you juggler, you canker-blossom, you thief of love!
("A Midsummer Night's Dream")
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O heaven, the vanity of wretched fools!
Thus is poor Suffolk ten times banished,
Once by the King and three times thrice by thee,
'Tis not the land I care for, wert thou thence;
A wilderness is populous enough,
So Suffolk had thy heavenly company;
For where thou art, there is the world itself,
With every several pleasure in the world;
And where thou art not, desolation.
She dreams on him that has forgot her love:
You dote on her that cares not for your love.
Thou hast a grim appearance, and thy face; Bears a command in't though thy tackle's torn, Thou show'st a noble vessel. What's thy name.
I know my duty; you are all undutiful.
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