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Stay yet another day, thou trustie Welchman,Stay yet another day, thou trusty Welshman.R2 II.iv.5
The King reposeth all his confidence in thee.The King reposeth all his confidence in thee.R2 II.iv.6
Ah Richard, with eyes of heauie mind,Ah, Richard! With the eyes of heavy mindR2 II.iv.18
I see thy Glory, like a shooting Starre,I see thy glory like a shooting starR2 II.iv.19
Fall to the base Earth, from the Firmament:Fall to the base earth from the firmament.R2 II.iv.20
Thy Sunne sets weeping in the lowly West,Thy sun sets weeping in the lowly west,R2 II.iv.21
Witnessing Stormes to come, Woe, and Vnrest:Witnessing storms to come, woe, and unrest.R2 II.iv.22
Thy Friends are fled, to wait vpon thy Foes,Thy friends are fled to wait upon thy foes,R2 II.iv.23
And crossely to thy good, all fortune goes. And crossly to thy good all fortune goes.R2 II.iv.24
Nor neere, nor farther off, my gracious Lord,Nor nea'er nor farther off, my gracious lord,R2 III.ii.64
Then this weake arme; discomfort guides my tongue,Than this weak arm. Discomfort guides my tongueR2 III.ii.65
And bids me speake of nothing but despaire:And bids me speak of nothing but despair.R2 III.ii.66
One day too late, I feare (my Noble Lord)One day too late, I fear me, noble lord,R2 III.ii.67
Hath clouded all thy happie dayes on Earth:Hath clouded all thy happy days on earth.R2 III.ii.68
Oh call backe Yesterday, bid Time returne,O, call back yesterday – bid time return,R2 III.ii.69
And thou shalt haue twelue thousand fighting men:And thou shalt have twelve thousand fighting men.R2 III.ii.70
To day, to day, vnhappie day too lateToday, today, unhappy day too late,R2 III.ii.71
Orethrowes thy Ioyes, Friends, Fortune, and thy State;O'erthrows thy joys, friends, fortune, and thy state;R2 III.ii.72
For all the Welchmen hearing thou wert dead,For all the Welshmen, hearing thou wert dead,R2 III.ii.73
Are gone to Bullingbrooke, disperst, and fled.Are gone to Bolingbroke – dispersed and fled.R2 III.ii.74