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‚ÄúMine eyes were not in fault‚Äù in Sonnet 141 Shakespeare discusses his desires for the woman that conflict with what his senses tell him. He is aware of all of her physical flaws, does not enjoy her voice, smell, or touch, but his heart is still completely enthralled by her. His focus on sense is overwhelming in the poem, but his senses cannot prevent him from loving her. So, whatever your eyes show you, just believe in your heart.
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