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The tender spring - Your soft beard, which is like the fresh, tender growth of spring.

Look how he can, she cannot choose but love; And by her fair immortal hand she swears, 80 From his soft bosom never to remove, Till he take truce with her contending tears, Which long have rained, making her cheeks all wet; And one sweet kiss shall pay this countless debt. Didapper and dive-dapper are local names for the bird.

Upon this promise did he raise his chin, Like a dive-dapper peering through a wave, Who, being looked on, ducks as quickly in; So offers he to give what she did crave; But when her lips were ready for his pay, He winks, and turns his lips another way. ducks as quickly in - dives into the water quickly.

O, be not proud, nor brag not of thy might, For mastering her that foiled the god of fight!

'Touch but my lips with those fair lips of thine,-- Though mine be not so fair, yet are they red-- The kiss shall be thine own as well as mine. hold up thy head: Look in mine eye-balls, there thy beauty lies; Then why not lips on lips, since eyes in eyes?

EVEN as the sun with purple-coloured face Had ta'en his last leave of the weeping morn, Rose-cheeked Adonis hied him to the chase; Hunting he loved, but love he laughed to scorn; Sick-thoughted Venus makes amain unto him, And like a bold-faced suitor 'gins to woo him.

'Thrice-fairer than myself,' thus she began, 'The field's chief flower, sweet above compare, Stain to all nymphs, more lovely than a man, 10 More white and red than doves or roses are; Nature that made thee, with herself at strife, Saith that the world hath ending with thy life. Stain - his beauty, contrasted to that of the nymphs, made them look ugly and besmirched.

Shakespeare is emphasising how unstoppable her desire is. as on a prey - the imagery of the bird of prey continues. Sonnets Look how a bird lies tangled in a net, So fastened in her arms Adonis lies; Pure shame and awed resistance made him fret, Which bred more beauty in his angry eyes: 70 Rain added to a river that is rank Perforce will force it overflow the bank.

Forced to content, but never to obey, Panting he lies and breatheth in her face; She feedeth on the steam as on a prey, And calls it heavenly moisture, air of grace; Wishing her cheeks were gardens full of flowers, So they were dewed with such distilling showers.content - be content; contain himself and raise no objections. air of grace - breath, such such as might emanate from a heavenly being. Still she entreats, and prettily entreats, For to a pretty ear she tunes her tale; Still is he sullen, still he lours and frets, 'Twixt crimson shame and anger ashy-pale: Being red, she loves him best; and being white, Her best is bettered with a more delight.

Never can blab - will never be capable of telling what they have seen.

nor know not what we mean - Nor do they know what the significance is of our actions. 'The tender spring upon thy tempting lip Shows thee unripe; yet mayst thou well be tasted: Make use of time, let not advantage slip; Beauty within itself should not be wasted: 130 Fair flowers that are not gather'd in their prime Rot and consume themselves in little time.

where they are but twain - where only two people are present.