Depends on what is meant by "have."
 If have means "own," then yes. I can give someone
something that I do not own. e.g. if I stole it.
To give something, one only needs the ability to determine who
controls it. If I control it, I can pass its control to someone else.
 If have means "possess the control of" then no.
As stated, the paradox arises from the different antecedents of
"with sorrow." Sorrow is the consequence of giving, not a possession
before the act. But the language permits that interpretation by