Nothing but 'No,' and 'Aye,' and 'Aye,' and 'No'?
How falls it out so strangely you reply?
I tell ye, Fair, I'll not be answer'd so,
With this affirming 'No,' denying 'Aye.'
I say, 'I love,' you slightly answer 'Aye';
I say, 'You love,' you pule me out a 'No';
I say, 'I die,' you echo me an 'Aye';
'Save me,' I cry, you sigh me out a 'No';
Must woe and I have nought but 'No' and 'Aye'?
No I am I, if I no more can have;
Answer no more, with silence make reply,
And let me take myself what I do crave.
Let 'No' and 'Aye' with I and you be so;
Then answer 'No,' and 'Aye,' and 'Aye' and 'No.'