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Once in our lives

Pag. 57

One April morn, when from the sea

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One midnight, when the Bear did stand,

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On silver Tyber's vocal More,

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On the brow of Richmond hitha

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On the shore of a love ebbing fea,

On yonder bed, supinely laid,

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Rale faces stand by, and our bright ones ndare, 55

Phillis, whose heart was unconfin'd

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Plague us not with idle stories,

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Princes that rule, and empire fway,

246

Prychee fill me the glass,

Prythee Sigh no more, fond main,

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Prythee, Silvia, why so coy?

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Richest gift of lavish nature,

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Rife, Cloris, charming maid, arife!

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Say, Cordelia, do you find,

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Say, muse, what numbers ball relate,
Seek not to know what must not be revealds

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See the bright Clarinda walking,

Shall I, wasting in despair,

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She comés! in vain the winds and frows

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She loves, and he confesses too ;

99

Silvia, Dėlia, sweetest pair,

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So form’d to charm, lovely all over,
Speak, lovely charmer, speak,

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Sym up all the delights the world does produce;
Swain, thy hopeless passion (mothers

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Sweet Nelly, my heart's delight,

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Sweet ftream, that dost with equal Race

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Take off your glass that's full,

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Talk, Strephon, no more of what's honest and juefti 74

Tell me, gentle Strephon, why

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Tell me, Hamilla, tell me why's

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Tell me, Miranda, why should I

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