‘his gift ‘<br>

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‘his gift ‘, 9 letters

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The Sonnets

…former days to subjects worse have given admiring praise like as the waves make towards the pebbled shore so do our minutes hasten to their end each changing place with that which goes before in sequent toil all forwards do contend nativity once in the main of light crawls to maturity wherewith being crowned crooked eclipses gainst his glory fight and time that gave doth now his gift confound time doth transfix the flourish set on youth and delves the parallels in beautys brow feeds on the rarities of natures truth and nothing stands but for his scythe to mow and yet to times in hope my verse shall stand praising thy worth despite his cruel hand is it thy will thy image should keep open my heavy eyelids to the weary night dost thou desire my sl…

The Third Part Of King Henry The Sixth

…ould have said the king or did he make the jest against his will warwick is not a dukedom sir a goodly gift gloucester ay by my faith for a poor earl to give ill do thee service for so good a gift warwick twas i that gave the kingdom to thy brother king edward why then tis mine if but by warwicks gift warwick thou art no atlas for so great a weight and weakling warwick takes his gift again and henry is my king warwick his subject king edward but warwicks king is edwards prisoner and gallant warwick do but answer this what is the body when the head is off gloucester alas that warwick had no more forecast but whiles he thought to steal the single ten the king was slily fingerd from the deck you left poor henry at the bishops palace and ten to one…

S Much Ado About Nothing

…e beat nor will you not tell me who you are bene not now beat that i was disdainful and that i had my good wit out of the hundred merry tales well this was signior benedick that said so bene whats he beat i am sure you know him well enough bene not i believe me beat did he never make you laugh bene i pray you what is he beat why he is the princes jester a very dull fool only his gift is in devising impossible slanders none but libertines delight in him and the commendation is not in his wit but in his villany for he both pleases men and angers them and then they laugh at him and beat him i am sure he is in the fleet i would he had boarded me bene when i know the gentleman ill tell him what you say beat do do hell but break a comparison or two o…