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Yf in the worlde there be more woo

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1    Yf in the worlde there be more woo
2    then I haue now with{w+t+}in my hart
3    where so yt ys yt dothe come froo
4    & in my brest there dothe yt groo
5    ffor to encresse my smart
6    alas I am receyte of euer{u’}y care
7    and of my lyfe eche sorowe claymes{es}  hys par{p+}te
8    who lyst to lyue in quyetnes
9    by me let hym be ware
10    for I by gret dysdayn
11    am made with{w+t+}owt redresse
12    & vnkyndnes hathe slayn
13    a symple hart all comfortles

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Commentary

5 Leave a comment on paragraph 5 1 Attributed to Sir Thomas Wyatt (Rebholz 1978, 181), this poem was entered by H6 and is unique to this manuscript. This sonnet describes the speaker’s woe due to his beloved’s unkindness and disdain for him.

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