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For when you have your love enjoy'd,
, You find the bliss so small, You either think your lover cloy'd,
Or that you ha’n’t him all.
THYRSIS and SACHARISS A.
RANSPORTING Cloe, lovely fair,
How beauteous do thy charms appear,
Their bows with vigour ftring.
Charming rays around thee shine,
Love creates thee all divine.
The Constant TAR. ove like wind is often changing, L
Like the fea it ebbs and flows; Let the youth whose heart is ranging,
Fear the nymph whom most he knows.
But give me, fate, one faithful pilot,
To direct and guide my soul: Changing lovers then I'll smile at,
She's my magnet, she's my pole.
Life has nothing now can please me,
But despair foon breaks the chain.
Thus to his lyre the drooping swain,
who favours soft desire,
Rouse, and conquest lies before you,
Pafion will the nymph difarm: In pursuit of love and glory,
Bold attempts alone can charms
- Effect of Kindness.
C Α Ν Τ Α Τ Α.
Air. Love frowns in beauteous Mira's eyes ;
Ah! nymph, thy cruel looks give o'er;
Recit. Mark how when sullen clouds appear,
And wintry storms deface the year,
The prudent cranes no longer stay,
From the cold region fly away,
but fee, ah! no:
Air. Love and the graces smiling,
In Mira's eyes beguiling,
Again their charms recover :
Le fair ones, footh the lover.
SE tell thee, false loon, 'tis in vain
'Tis muckle confusion,
When beauty's illution, Confines a inan's foul in a chain.
Ise cannot believe there's a loon,
and whose heart,
Love a Distemper.
ove's a distemper that comes with high feeding, L
And is cur'd like a fever, by emptying and bleeding ; It seizes the brain, and the head runs on fancies, That all the young wenches are queens in romances ; But the love-fit soon over, pretty miss proves a dowdy, And her passionate lover an arrant dull looby.