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Although I hate her, I’ll not harm her so. HERMIA : What? Can you hurt me any worse? Hate me! Why? What is going on, my love? Am I not Hermia? Are you not Lysander? I am the same as I was yesterday. 51 Midsummer Night's Dream 09/13/06 9:01 PM Page 52 A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM Last night you loved me. Why did you go? Oh, the gods forbid! Are you serious? LYSANDER : Yes, by my life! I do not wish to see you anymore. So stop hoping, questioning, and doubting. Be sure. There is nothing truer. It is no joke That I do hate you and love Helena.
Let my dogs loose in the western valley.
Weigh your vows to her And your vows to me on two scales. They are the same—both as light as tales! LYSANDER : I had no sense when I made promises to her. HELENA : And you have no sense now, by breaking those promises. LYSANDER : Demetrius loves Hermia, not you. DEMETRIUS (waking up and seeing Helena): Helena, my goddess! You are perfect, divine! To what shall I compare your eyes? Crystal is dull compared to them. Your lips, like cherries, perfect to kiss! When I see your hand, pure white snow On high mountains seems black.
A Midsummer Night's Dream (Saddleback Classics) by William Shakespeare, Saddleback Educational Publishing