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Personal ID: 1837

‘i may be ‘, 9 letters

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The Sonnets

…steemed when not to be receives reproach of being and the just pleasure lost which is so deemed not by our feeling but by others seeing for why should others false adulterate eyes give salutation to my sportive blood or on my frailties why are frailer spies which in their wills count bad what i think good no i am that i am and they that level at my abuses reckon up their own i may be straight though they themselves be bevel by their rank thoughts my deeds must not be shown unless this general evil they maintain all men are bad and in their badness reign thy gift thy tables are within my brain full charactered with lasting memory which shall above that idle rank remain beyond all date even to eternity or at the least so long as brain and heart h…

Alls Well That Ends Well

…lady was foully snatchd countess now justice on the doers enter bertram guarded king i wonder sir sith wives are monsters to you and that you fly them as you swear them lordship yet you desire to marry enter widow and diana what womans that diana i am my lord a wretched florentine derived from the ancient capilet my suit as i do understand you know and therefore know how far i may be pitied widow i am her mother sir whose age and honour both suffer under this complaint we bring and both shall cease without your remedy king come hither count do you know these women bertram my lord i neither can nor will deny but that i know them do they charge me further diana why do you look so strange upon your wife bertram shes none of mine my lord diana if y…

The Tragedy Of Coriolanus

…good voice sir what say you second citizen you shall ha it worthy sir coriolanus a match sir theres in all two worthy voices beggd i have your alms adieu third citizen but this is something odd second citizen an twere to give again but tis no matter exeunt the three citizens re enter two other citizens coriolanus pray you now if it may stand with the tune of your voices that i may be consul i have here the customary gown fourth citizen you have deserved nobly of your country and you have not deserved nobly coriolanus your enigma fourth citizen you have been a scourge to her enemies you have been a rod to her friends you have not indeed loved the common people coriolanus you should account me the more virtuous that i have not been common in my l…

The Tragedy Of Coriolanus

… my sworn brother the people to earn a dearer estimation of them tis a condition they account gentle and since the wisdom of their choice is rather to have my hat than my heart i will practise the insinuating nod and be off to them most counterfeitly that is sir i will counterfeit the bewitchment of some popular man and give it bountiful to the desirers therefore beseech you i may be consul fifth citizen we hope to find you our friend and therefore give you our voices heartily fourth citizen you have received many wounds for your country coriolanus i will not seal your knowledge with showing them i will make much of your voices and so trouble you no farther both citizens the gods give you joy sir heartily exeunt citizens coriolanus most sweet v…

The Tragedy Of Coriolanus

…e menenius do not cry havoc where you should but hunt with modest warrant sicinius sir how comest that you have holp to make this rescue menenius hear me speak as i do know the consuls worthiness so can i name his faults sicinius consul what consul menenius the consul coriolanus brutus he consul plebeians no no no no no menenius if by the tribunes leave and yours good people i may be heard i would crave a word or two the which shall turn you to no further harm than so much loss of time sicinius speak briefly then for we are peremptory to dispatch this viperous traitor to eject him hence were but one danger and to keep him here our certain death therefore it is decreed he dies to night menenius now the good gods forbid that our renowned rome who…

The First Part Of King Henry The Fourth

…ercy if your father will do me any honour so if not let him kill the next percy himself i look to be either earl or duke i can assure you prince why percy i killd myself and saw thee dead fal didst thou lord lord how this world is given to lying i grant you i was down and out of breath and so was he but we rose both at an instant and fought a long hour by shrewsbury clock if i may be believd so if not let them that should reward valour bear the sin upon their own heads ill take it upon my death i gave him this wound in the thigh if the man were alive and would deny it zounds i would make him eat a piece of my sword john this is the strangest tale that ever i beard prince this is the strangest fellow brother john come bring your luggage nobly on…

King Henry The Eighth

…a prince most prudent of an excellent and unmatchd wit and judgment ferdinand my father king of spain was reckond one the wisest prince that there had reignd by many a year before it is not to be questiond that they had gatherd a wise council to them of every realm that did debate this business who deemd our marriage lawful wherefore i humbly beseech you sir to spare me till i may be by my friends in spain advisd whose counsel i will implore if not i th name of god your pleasure be fulfilld wolsey you have here lady and of your choice these reverend fathers men of singular integrity and learning yea the elect o th land who are assembled to plead your cause it shall be therefore bootless that longer you desire the court as well for your own quie…

Das King John

…d this hair i tear is mine my name is constance i was geffreys wife young arthur is my son and he is lost i am not mad i would to heaven i were for then tis like i should forget myself o if i could what grief should i forget preach some philosophy to make me mad and thou shalt be canonizd cardinal for being not mad but sensible of grief my reasonable part produces reason how i may be deliverd of these woes and teaches me to kill or hang myself if i were mad i should forget my son or madly think a babe of clouts were he i am not mad too well too well i feel the different plague of each calamity king philip bind up those tresses o what love i note in the fair multitude of those her hairs where but by a chance a silver drop hath falln even to that…

The Tragedy Of King Lear

…e him let him take the fellow glou take him you on kent sirrah come on go along with us lear come good athenian glou no words no words hush edg child rowland to the dark tower came his word was still fie foh and fum i smell the blood of a british man exeunt scene v gloucesters castle enter cornwall and edmund corn i will have my revenge ere i depart his house edm how my lord i may be censured that nature thus gives way to loyalty something fears me to think of corn i now perceive it was not altogether your brothers evil disposition made him seek his death but a provoking merit set awork by a reproveable badness in himself edm how malicious is my fortune that i must repent to be just this is the letter he spoke of which approves him an intellige…

The Tragedy Of King Lear

…eyes i stumbled when i saw full oft tis seen our means secure us and our mere defects prove our commodities ah dear son edgar the food of thy abused fathers wrath might i but live to see thee in my touch ild say i had eyes again old man how now whos there edg aside o gods who ist can say i am at the worst i am worse than eer i was old man tis poor mad tom edg aside and worse i may be yet the worst is not so long as we can say this is the worst old man fellow where goest glou is it a beggarman old man madman and beggar too glou he has some reason else he could not beg i th last nights storm i such a fellow saw which made me think a man a worm my son came then into my mind and yet my mind was then scarce friends with him i have heard more since a…

Measure For Measure

…re grace and good company provost whos there come in the wish deserves a welcome duke dear sir ere long ill visit you again claudio most holy sir i thank you enter isabella isabella my business is a word or two with claudio provost and very welcome look signior heres your sister duke provost a word with you provost as many as you please duke bring me to hear them speak where i may be conceald exeunt duke and provost claudio now sister whats the comfort isabella why as all comforts are most good most good indeed lord angelo having affairs to heaven intends you for his swift ambassador where you shall be an everlasting leiger therefore your best appointment make with speed to morrow you set on claudio is there no remedy isabella none but such rem…

The Merchant Of Venice

…and and other ventures he hath squandred abroad but ships are but boards sailors but men there be land rats and water rats water thieves and land thieves i mean pirates and then there is the peril of waters winds and rocks the man is notwithstanding sufficient three thousand ducats i think i may take his bond bassanio be assurd you may shylock i will be assurd i may and that i may be assured i will bethink me may i speak with antonio bassanio if it please you to dine with us shylock yes to smell pork to eat of the habitation which your prophet the nazarite conjured the devil into i will buy with you sell with you talk with you walk with you and so following but i will not eat with you drink with you nor pray with you what news on the rialto who…

The Merchant Of Venice

…ay bassanios dead nerissa my lord and lady it is now our time that have stood by and seen our wishes prosper to cry good joy good joy my lord and lady gratiano my lord bassanio and my gentle lady i wish you all the joy that you can wish for i am sure you can wish none from me and when your honours mean to solemnize the bargain of your faith i do beseech you even at that time i may be married too bassanio with all my heart so thou canst get a wife gratiano i thank your lordship you have got me one my eyes my lord can look as swift as yours you saw the mistress i beheld the maid you lovd i lovd for intermission no more pertains to me my lord than you your fortune stood upon the caskets there and so did mine too as the matter falls for wooing here…

The Tragedy Of Romeo And Juliet

… sorrow so much sway and in his wisdom hastes our marriage to stop the inundation of her tears which too much minded by herself alone may be put from her by society now do you know the reason of this haste friar aside i would i knew not why it should be slowd look sir here comes the lady toward my cell enter juliet par happily met my lady and my wife jul that may be sir when i may be a wife par that may be must be love on thursday next jul what must be shall be friar thats a certain text par come you to make confession to this father jul to answer that i should confess to you par do not deny to him that you love me jul i will confess to you that i love him par so will ye i am sure that you love me jul if i do so it will be of more price being s…

The Taming Of The Shrew

…ears none gremio hortensio hark this gentleman is happily arrivd my mind presumes for his own good and ours hortensio i promisd we would be contributors and bear his charge of wooing whatsoeer gremio and so we will provided that he win her grumio i would i were as sure of a good dinner enter tranio bravely apparelled as lucentio and biondello tranio gentlemen god save you if i may be bold tell me i beseech you which is the readiest way to the house of signior baptista minola biondello he that has the two fair daughters ist he you mean tranio even he biondello gremio hark you sir you mean not her to tranio perhaps him and her sir what have you to do petruchio not her that chides sir at any hand i pray tranio i love no chiders sir biondello lets …

The Tragedy Of Titus Andronicus

…eks and shows the ragged entrails of this pit so pale did shine the moon on pyramus when he by night lay bathd in maiden blood o brother help me with thy fainting hand if fear hath made thee faint as me it hath out of this fell devouring receptacle as hateful as cocytus misty mouth quintus reach me thy hand that i may help thee out or wanting strength to do thee so much good i may be pluckd into the swallowing womb of this deep pit poor bassianus grave i have no strength to pluck thee to the brink martius nor i no strength to climb without thy help quintus thy hand once more i will not loose again till thou art here aloft or i below thou canst not come to me i come to thee falls in enter the emperor and aaron the moor saturninus along with me i…

The Winters Tale

…llo be it forbid my lord leontes to bide upont thou art not honest or if thou inclinst that way thou art a coward which hoxes honesty behind restraining from course requird or else thou must be counted a servant grafted in my serious trust and therein negligent or else a fool that seest a game playd home the rich stake drawn and takst it all for jest camillo my gracious lord i may be negligent foolish and fearful in every one of these no man is free but that his negligence his folly fear among the infinite doings of the world sometime puts forth in your affairs my lord if ever i were wilfull negligent it was my folly if industriously i playd the fool it was my negligence not weighing well the end if ever fearful to do a thing where i the issue …