His lines were gracefully full, his bearing had still the alertness of youth.
Words are not more than tasteless drapery to obscure their lines.
He read between the lines, and comprehended the hidden meaning at once.
Six lines would have contained all that is in it to the purpose of my story.
I'm sure that when I wrote these lines, fortune had for a moment tweaked me by the nose.
The 170 lines of it are full of phrases which might be taken direct from the sonnets.
The two lines are clearly Shakespeare's criticism of himself.
But under her eyes were lines that Sidney had never seen there before.
When Shakespeare died he left some lines to be placed over his tomb.
The first lines show that poor Shakespeare often felt out of it at Court.