Jess’s Book Cipher

From Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream

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If we shadows have offended,
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Think but this     and all        is mended,
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That you have  but slumbered here
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While the visions did appear.
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And this weak    and      idle theme,
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No more yielding but        a dream,
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Gentles, do not reprehend:  
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If you pardon, we       will mend:
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And, as I     am     an honest Puck,
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If we have unearned luck
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Now  to ’scape   the serpent’s tongue,
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We will make amends ere  long;
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Else the Puck      a liar call;
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So, good night  unto    you all.
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Give  me your   hands, if     we     be  friends,
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And Robin shall restore amends.