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Страница 6 - With this he breaketh from the sweet embrace Of those fair arms which bound him to her breast, And homeward through the dark laund runs apace; Leaves Love upon her back, deeply distress'd. Look how a bright star shooteth from the sky, So glides he in the night from Venus...
Страница 24 - The happier Eden, shall enjoy their fill Of bliss on bliss, while I to hell am thrust, Where neither joy nor love, but fierce desire, Among our other torments not the least, 510 Still unfulfilled, with pain of longing pines.
Страница 4 - Withall she laughed, and she blusht withall, That blushing to her laughter gave more grace, And laughter to her blushing, as did fall. Now when...
Страница 8 - Off with that happy busk, which I envy, That still can be, and still can stand so nigh. Your gown going off, such beauteous state reveals, As when from flowery meads th
Страница 3 - Ocean's fruitfull froth, did first appeare: Such seemed they, and so their yellow heare Christalline humor dropped downe apace. Whom such when Guyon saw, he drew him neare, And somewhat gan relent his earnest pace; His stubborne brest gan secret pleasaunce to embrace. The wanton Maidens, him espying, stood Gazing awhile at his unwonted guise; Then th...
Страница 20 - Though the wires thereof be drawn Finer than the threads of lawn, And are softer than the leaves On which the subtle spider weaves. I do not love thee for those flowers Growing on thy cheeks, — love's bowers; Though such cunning them hath spread, None can paint them white and red: Love's golden arrows thence are shot, Yet for them I love thee not.
Страница 4 - Then th' one herselfe low ducked in the flood, Abasht that her a straunger did avise 2 : But th' other rather higher did arise, And her two lilly paps aloft displayd, And all, that might his melting hart entyse To her delights, she unto him bewrayd ; The rest, hidd underneath, him more desirous made.
Страница 10 - How blest am I in this discovering thee! To enter in these bonds, is to be free; Then where my hand is set, my seal shall be.