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MY GALLEY CHARGÈD ' : i charged : laden 2 Thorough : through sharp : icy 3 eke : also mine enemy : Love 12 The stars : stars by which to navigate ; but also his lady's eyes 15 Proud of the spoil that thou hast got Of simple hearts ...
When thou hast done , thou hast not done , For I have more . 10 seem 15 I have a sin of fear , that when I have spun My last thread I shall perish on the shore ; But swear by thy self , that at my death thy sun Shall shine as he shines ...
And if the high - swoll'n Medway fail thy dish , Thou hast thy ponds , that pay thee tribute fish , Fat , agèd carps , that run into thy net . And pikes , now weary their own kind to eat , As loth , the second draught , or cast to stay ...
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