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First Line: All in thy sight my life doth whole depend
Last Line: I with thy sight, thou also with my smart.
Alternate Author Name(s): Wyat, Thomas
Subject(s): Death; Hearts; Life; Dead, The


All in thy sight my life doth whole depend.
Thou hidest thyself and I must die therefore.
But since thou mayst so easily save thy friend,
Why dost thou stick to heal that thou madest sore?
Why do I die since thou mayst me defend?
For if I die, then mayst thou live no more,
Since t'one by t'other doth live and feed the heart,
I with thy sight, thou also with my smart.





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