D* önskar nog att hon slapp
"E*: I am glad I have found this napkin:
This was her first remembrance from the M*
My wayward husband hath a hundred times
Woo'd me to steal it. But she so loves the token,
(For he conjur'd her, she should ever keep it)
That she reserves it evermore about her,
To kiss, and talk to. I'll have the work ta'en out,
And give 't I*: what he will do with it
Heavens know, not I:
I nothing, but to please his fantasy.
I*: How now? What do you here alone?
E*: Do not you chide: I have a thing for you.
I*: You have a thing for me?
It is a common thing -
I*: To have a foolish wife.
E*: Oh, is that all? What will you give me now
For that same handkerchief?
I*: What handkerchief?
E*: What handkerchief?
Why that the M* first gave to D*,
That which so often you did bid me steal."