About This Quote
This quote uses an image of a woman who is leaning her head upon her hand. The first line implies that she is lonely and that her hand is lonely as well. "That I were a glove upon that hand" suggests that she would be comforted if only he could touch her. The last line suggests that if he were a glove, he could touch her; instead, he can only imagine touching her with his mind.
Source: Romeo And Juliet
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