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Two loves I have of comfort and despair,…

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rdfs:comment Sonnet 144 (along with Sonnet 138) was published in the Passionate Pilgrim(1599). Shortly before this, Francis Meres referred to Shakespeare's Sonnets in "his handbook of Elizabethan poetry, Palladis Tamia, or Wit's Treasurie, published in 1598," which was frequently talked about in the literary centers of London taverns. Shakespeare's sonnets are mostly addressed to a young man; towards the end of the sonnets (transition starting at Sonnet 127) the "dark lady" comes on the scene. Several sonnets portray a conflicted relationship between the poetic speaker, the "dark lady" and the young man. Sonnet 144 is one of the most prominent sonnets to address this conflict.
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http://shakespeare.acropolis.org.uk/ontologies/work#htmlContent <div class="c-work__quatrain" id="sonnet-144-quatrain-1"> <div class="c-work__line c-work__line_rhyme_a" id="sonnet--quatrain--2004"><span class="c-work__line_number">1</span>Two loves I have of comfort and despair,</div> <div class="c-work__line c-work__line_rhyme_b" id="sonnet--quatrain--2005"><span class="c-work__line_number">2</span>Which like two spirits do suggest me still:</div> <div class="c-work__line c-work__line_rhyme_a" id="sonnet--quatrain--2006"><span class="c-work__line_number">3</span>The better angel is a man right fair,</div> <div class="c-work__line c-work__line_rhyme_b" id="sonnet--quatrain--2007"><span class="c-work__line_number">4</span>The worser spirit a woman color’d ill.</div> </div> <div class="c-work__quatrain" id="sonnet-144-quatrain-2"> <div class="c-work__line c-work__line_rhyme_a" id="sonnet--quatrain--2008"><span class="c-work__line_number">5</span>To win me soon to hell, my female evil</div> <div class="c-work__line c-work__line_rhyme_b" id="sonnet--quatrain--2009"><span class="c-work__line_number">6</span>Tempteth my better angel from my side,</div> <div class="c-work__line c-work__line_rhyme_a" id="sonnet--quatrain--2010"><span class="c-work__line_number">7</span>And would corrupt my saint to be a devil,</div> <div class="c-work__line c-work__line_rhyme_b" id="sonnet--quatrain--2011"><span class="c-work__line_number">8</span>Wooing his purity with her foul pride.</div> </div> <div class="c-work__quatrain" id="sonnet-144-quatrain-3"> <div class="c-work__line c-work__line_rhyme_a" id="sonnet--quatrain--2012"><span class="c-work__line_number">9</span>And whether that my angel be turn’d fiend</div> <div class="c-work__line c-work__line_rhyme_b" id="sonnet--quatrain--2013"><span class="c-work__line_number">10</span>Suspect I may, yet not directly tell,</div> <div class="c-work__line c-work__line_rhyme_a" id="sonnet--quatrain--2014"><span class="c-work__line_number">11</span>But being both from me, both to each friend,</div> <div class="c-work__line c-work__line_rhyme_b" id="sonnet--quatrain--2015"><span class="c-work__line_number">12</span>I guess one angel in another’s hell.</div> </div> <div class="c-work__couplet" id="sonnet-144-couplet"> Yet this shall I ne’er know, but live in doubt, Till my bad angel fire my good one out. </div> ” (rdf:XMLLiteral)
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