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Sonnet 29 Isolation Quotes

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Quote #7

For thy sweet love rememb'red such wealth brings, (13)

So, this "thee" person may not be physically present in our speaker's life, but, despite that, our guy no longer feels alone when he thinks about the memory of the person's "sweet love."

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