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THE LOVE SONNETS OF PROTEUS: 25, ASKING FOR HER HEART (3), by             Poet's Biography
First Line: Give me thy kiss, juliet, give me thy kiss!
Last Line: Hast thou to give? Nay, sweetest, give thyself.


Give me thy kiss, Juliet, give me thy kiss!
I with my body worship thee and vow
Such service to thy needs as man can do.
I ask no nobler servitude than this.
Am I not thine, the bondsman of thy love,
Whom thou hast bought and ransomed with a price,
And therefore worthy to be ranked above
The very stars that in the heavens move?
And, Juliet, since I thus am one with you,
And kinglier than Plantagenet or Guelph,
What price were meet for my high mightiness?
What gold of joy, what hope, what heavenly pelf
Hast thou to give? Nay, sweetest, give thyself.





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