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Opposid to her, on t' other side advance Thence issued such a blast and hollow roar,
The costly feast, the carol, and the dance, As threaten'd from the hinge to heave the door.
Minstrels and music, poetry and play, In through thai door anorthern light there shone;
And balls by night, and tournanienis by day. Twas all it bad, for windows there were none.
All these were painted on the wall, and more; The gate was adamant; eternal frame!
With acts and monuments of times before : Which, hew'd by Mars himsell, froin Indian
And others asided by prophetic doom,

quarries came,
And lovers yet unborn, and loves to come: The labor of a God; and all along
For there th' Idalian mount and Cirheron, Tough iron plates were clench'd to make it
The court of Venus was in colors drawn: A iun about was ev'ry pillar there: [strong.
Before the palace gate, in careless dress, A polish'd mirror shone pot half so clear.
And loose array, sat poriress Idlenes: There saw I how the secret felon wrought,
There, by the fount, Narcissus pin'd alone; And treason lalı’ring in the trailor's thought;
There Sampson was, with wiser Solomon, Aud midwife Time ihe ripen 'd plot to murder
And all the mighty names by Love undone.

brought. Medea's charins were there, Circean feasts, Tliere ilic red anger dar'd the pallid fear; With bowlsthat turn'denamour'dyouilstobeasts. Next stond hypocrisy with holy leer, Here might be seen, that beauty, wealth and wit, Soft smiling, and demurely looking down, And prowess, to the pow'r of love submit: But hid the dagger underneath the gown: The spreading snare for all mankind is laid: Tlr' assassinating wife, the houschold feuil; And lovers all betray, and are betray'd. And, far the blackest there, the traitor friend. The Goddess'self some noble hand had wrought; On t'other side, there stood destruction bare, Smiling she seem'd, and fullof pleasing thought! Unpunish'd rapine, and a waste of var;, Fron Ocean as she first began to rise, Contest, with sharpen'd knives,incloisters drawn, And smooth’d the ruffled seas and clear'd theskics; And all with blood bespread the holy lawn. She trod the brine all bare above the breast, Loud menacés were heard, and foul disgrace, And the green waves but ill conceal'd the rest; And bawling infamy, in language base ; A lute she held; and on her liead was scen Till sense was lost in sound, and silence pled A wreath of roses red, and myriles green;

the place. Her turtles fann'd the buxom air above, The slayer of himself yet saw I there, And, by his mother, stoor an infant Love. The gore congcald was cloited in his hair : With wings unfledy'd, his eyes were banded

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eyes half closid and gaping mouth he lav, His hands a bow, his back aquiver vore, [u'er, And grím as when he breath'd his sullen soul Supplied with arrows bright and keen,adeadly Ju midst of all the dome misfortune sat, Caway.

And gloomy discontent, and fell debate, But in the dome of migl.tv Vurs the red And madness laughing in his ireful mood; With diff'rent figures all the sides were spread; Andurin'd complaint on theft, and cries of blond. This temple, less in furm, with equalurace, There was the murder'd corpse, in covert laid, Was imitative of the first in Thrace:

And violent death in thousand shapes display'd: For that cold region was the lor'd abode, The city to the soldier's rage resign'd; And sov'reign mansion, of the warrior god. Successless wars, and poverty behind: The landscape was a forest wide and bare, Ships burnt in tight, of fore'd on rocky stores, Where neither beast norlunan kind repair; and the rasti hunter strangled by the boars : The fowl, that scent afar, the borders Ay, The new-born babe, by nurses overlain ; [inade. And shun the bitter blast, and whcelaboutchesky. And the cock caughe within the raging fire le A cake of scurf lies baking on the ground; All ills of Mars's nature, flame and steel; And prickly stabs instead of trees are found; The gasping charioteer beneath the wheel Or woods with knots and knares deforin'd and of his own car: the ruin'd house that falls, old,

And intercepts her lord betwixt the walls; Headless the most, and hideous to behold: The whole division that to Mars pertains

A ratling tempest through the branches went, All trades of death that deal in steel fur gaias That stripp'd thein barc, and one sole way they W'ere there: the butcher, armorer, and smith, bent.

Who forges sharpen'd falchions, or the scythe. Heaven froze above severe, the clouds congcal, The scarlet conquest on a tow'r was plac'd, And through the crystal vault appear'd the With shouts and soldiers' acclamations gracit: standing hail;

A pointed sword hung threat'ning o'er his head Such was the face without : a mountain stood Sustaiu'd but by a slender twine of thread. Threat'ning from high, and overlook'd the wiood There saw I Mars's ides, the capitol, Bencath the low'ring brow, and on a bent, The seer in vain foretelling Cæsar's fall; The temple stood of Mars arınipotent: The last triumvirs, and the wars they move, The frame of burnishi'd steel that cast a glare And Anthony, who lost the world for love. From far, and seem'd to thaw the freczing air. These, and a thousand more, the fane adorn; A straightlong entry to the temple led, Their fates were painted ere the men were Blind with high walls, and horror over head : born,

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All copied from the heavens, and ruling force For now the rivals round the world had sought,
Of the red star, in his revoleing course. And each his number, well appointed, brought.
The form of Mars high on a chariot stood, The nations for and near coniend in choice,
All sheath'd in arms, and gruffy look'd the God: And send the flow'r of war by public voice;
Tiro geomantic figures were display'd That after, or before, were never known
Above his head, a warrior and a maid; Such chiess, as each an army seem'd alone :

Beside the champions, all of high degree,
Tird with deformities of death, I haste Who knighthood lov'd and deeds of chivalry,
To the thiru teinplc of Diana chasle. Throng'd to the lists, and envied to behold
A sylvan scene with various greens was drawn, The names of others, not their own, enrolld.
Shades on the sides and on the midst a lawn : Nor seems it strange; for every noble knight
The silver Cynthia, with her nymphs around, Who loves the fair, and is endued with might,
Pursued the flying deer, the woods with horns In such a quarrel would be proud to fight.
Calistothere stood inanisest of shame, (resound : There breathes not scarce a man on British ground
Andur'd a bear, the northern star became: (An isle for love and arms of old renown'd)
Her son was next, and by peculiar grace But would have sold his life to purchase fame,
In the cold circle held the second place :

To Palamon or Arcite sent his name: The stag Ictcon in the 'stream had spied And had the land selected of the best, [the rest. The naked huntress, and, for seeing, died : Half had coine hence, and let the world provide His hounds, unknowing of his change, pursue A hundred knights with Palamon there came, The chace, and their mistaken master slew. Approv'd in sight, and men of mighty name; Pencian Daphne 100 was there to see,

Their arms were sev'ral, as their nations were, Apollo's love before, and now his tree : But furnish'd all alike with sword and spear. Tn'adjoining faneth'assembled Grecksexpress’d, Some wore coal-armor imitating scale; And hunting of the Caledonian beast. And next theirskins were stubborn shirts of mail; Oenides' valor, and his envied prize ; Some wore a breast-plate and a light juppon, The fatal pow'r of Atalanta's eyes;

Their horses cloth'd with rich caparison ; Diana's vengeance on the victor shown, Some for defence would leathern bucklers use The murd'ress mother, and consuming son ; Of folded hides, and others shields of pruce; The. Volscian queen extended on the plain ; One hung a pole-as at his saddle-bow, The treason punish’d, and the traitor slain. And one a heavy mace to stun the foe; The rest were various huntings, well design'd, One for his legs and knees provided well, And savage beats destroy'd, of ev'ry kind. With jambeux arın'd, and double plates of steel : The graceful goddess was array'd in green;

This on his helmet wore a lady's glove, About her leei were little beagles seen, And that a :: jevc embroider'd by his love. That watch'd with upward eyes tire motions With Palamon, above the rest in place, of their queen,

Lycurgus camc, the surely king of Thrace ; Her legs were buiskin'd, and the left before, Black was his beard, and inanly was his face; In act to shoot; a silver bow she bore, The balls of his broad eye's roll'd in his head, And at her back a painted quiver wore. And glar'd betwixt a yellow and a red : She trou a waxing noon, that soon would wane, llc look'd a lion witii a gloomy stare, And, drinking borrow'd light, be fill'd again ; And o'er his eye-brows bung his matted hair : With down cast eges, as seiming to survey

Big-bon'd, and largeoflimbs, with sinews strong, The dark doininions, her alternate sway. Broad-shoulder'il, and his arms were round and Befure her stood a woman in her thoes,

lon: And called Lucina's aid, her burden todisclose. Four milk-white bulls(the Thracian use of old) All these the painter drew with such coinmand, Were yok'd to draw his car of burnish'd gold. That Nature snatch'd the pencil from his hand, Upright he stood and borc aloft his shield, Asham'd and angry that his art could feign Conspicuous from afar, and overlook'd the field. And mend the tortures of a mother's pain. His surcoat was a bear-skin on his back; Theseus beheld the fanes of ev'ry God, His hairhung long behind,and glossy raven black, And thought his mighty cost was well bestow'd. His aniple forehead bore a coronet So princcs now their poets should regard ; With sparkling dianjonds and with rubies set : But few can write, and fewer can reward. Ten brace, and more, of greyhounds, snowy fain The theatre thus rais'd, the lists inclos'd, And tall as stags, ran loose, and cours'd around And all with vast magnificence dispos'd,

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(the bear : We leave the monarch pleas'd, and haste to bring A match for pards in flight, in grappling for. The knights to combat, and their arms to sing. With golden muzzles all theirmouthswerebound,

And collars of the saine their necks surround. BOOK

Thus thro' the field Lycurgus took his way;

His hundred knigh:s attend in pomp and proud The day approach'd when Fortune should decide

To match this monarch, with strong Arcite came Th' important enterprise, and give the bride ; Emetrius, king of Inde, a mighty name,

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On a bay courser, goodly to behold, [gold. There, falling ou his kpees before her shrine,
The trappings of his horse adorn'd with barb'rous He thus implord with pray'ss her pow'r divine.
Not Mars best rode a steed with greater grace; Creator Venus, genial pow'r of love,
His surcoat o'er his aris was cloth of Thrace, The bliss of men below, and gods above!
Adorn'd with pearls, all orient, round, and great; Beneath the sliding sun, thou runn'st thy race,
His saddle was of gold, with emeralds set. Dost fairest shine, and best become thy place.
His shoulders large a manile did attire, For thee the winds their eastern blasts forbear,
With rubies thick, and sparkling as the fire ; Thy mouth reveals the spring, and opens all the
His amber-color'd locks in ringlets run, [sun.
With graceful negligence, and shone against the Thee, Goddess, thee the storms of winter fly,
His nose was aquiline, his eyes were blue, Earth siniles with flow'rs renewing,laughsthe
Ruddy his lips, and fresh and fair bis hue :

sky,

[apply. Some sprinkled freckles on his face were seen, And birds to lays of love their tuneful noies Whose dusk set off the whiteness of the skin; For thee the lion loaths the taste of blood, His awful presence did the crowd surprise, And roaring hunts his feniale thro' the wood: Nor durst the rash spectator meet his eyes ;

For thee the bulls re-bellow thro' the groves, Eyes that confess'd him born for kingly sway, And rempt the stream, and snuff their absent So fierot, they flash'd intolerable day.

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in nature's youthful priine appear'd, Tis thine, whate'er is pleasant, good or fair, And just began to bloom his yellow beard. All nature is thy province, lise thy care: Whene'er he spoke, his voice was heard around, Thou mad'sttheworld, and dosttheworldrepair. Loud as a trumpet, with a silver sound. Thou gladder of the mount of Cytheron, A laurel wreath'd his temples, fresh and green; Increase of Jore, companion of the sun; And myrtle sprigs, the marks of love, were mix'd Ifeer Adonis touch'd'thy tender heart, Upon his fist he bore, for his delight, [between. Have pity, Goddess, for thou know'st the smart, Au eagle well reclaim'd, and lily white. Alas ! 'I have not words to tell my grief;

His hundred knigiits attend him to the war, To vent my sorrow would be some relief; All arm’d for battle, save their heads were harc. Light suff'rings give us leisure to complain ; Words and devices blaz'd on every shield, We groan, but cannot speak, in greater pain. And pleasing was the terror of thie field. O Goddess, tell thyself what I would say, l'orkings, and dukes, and barons, you might see, Thou know'st it, and I feel too much to pray. Like sparkling stars, though diti'rent in degree, So grant my suit, as I inforce my might, All forth' mcrease ofarms and love of chivalry. In love to be thy champion and thy knight; Before the king tame leopards led the way, A servant to thy sex, a slave to thee, And troops of lions innocently play..

A foe profest to barren chastity. So Bacchus thro' the conquer'd Indies rode, Nor ask I famc or honor of the field, And beastsingambols frisk dheforethehonest god. Nor choose I more to vanquish than to yield: In this array the war of either side

In my divine Emilia make me blest,
Through Athens pass'd with military pride, Let fute, or partial chance, dispose the rest :
At prime, they enter'd on the Sunday morn; Find thou the inanner, and the nicans prepare ;
Richtap stryspread thestreets, andflow'rs the posts Possession, more than conquest, is my care.

The town was all a jubilee of feasts; [aclorn, Mars is the warrior's god; in him it lies,
So 'Theseus willid in honor of his guests; On whom he favors to confer the prize;
Himself with open arms the king embrac'd, With smiling aspect you serenely move
Than all the rest in their degrees were grac'd. In vour fifth orb, and rule the realm of love,
No harbinger was needful for a night, The fates but only spin the coarser clow,
For ev'ry liouse was proud to lodge the knight. The finest of the wool is left for you.

I pass the royal treat, nor must relate Spare me but one small portion of the twing,
The gifts bestow'd, nor how the champions sat : And let the sisters cut below your line:
Who first or last, or how the knights address'd. The rest among the rublish inay they sweep,
Their vows, or who was fairest at the feast : Or adel it to the yarn of some old miser's heap,
Whose voice, whose graceful dance did most sur- But if you this ambitions pray’r deny
prise ;

(A wish, I grant, beyond moriality), Soft am'rous sighis, and silent love of eyes, Then let ine sink beneath proud Arcite's arins, The rivals call my Muse another way, And I, once dead, let him possess her charnis. To sing their rigils for th' ensuing day.

Thus ended he; then with observance due 'T'was ebbing darkness, past the noon of night; The sacred incense on her altar ihrew Anri Phospher on the contines of the light, The curling smokemounts heavy from the fires; Promis'd the sun, ere day began to spring; Ar length it catches fame, and in a blaze expires; The tuneful lark already streich'd her wing, At once the gracious Goddess gave the sign, And, Aick'ring on her nest, made short essays Her statue shook, and trembled all the shrine : to sing :

Pleas'd Palamon the tardy onien took; When wakeful Palamon, preventing day,

He . To Venus at her fane, in her own house to To distance driven, and joy adjourn'd with long

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Took to tle royal lists his early way.. my pray? Hier since the Hames pursued the trailing smoke,

Now morn with rosy light had streak'd the sky; l When, lo! the burning fire that shone so briglit, L'p sose the sun, and up rose Emily;

Flew off, all sudden, with extinguish'd light, Address'd her early steps to Cynthia's fane, And left one altar dark, a little space; (blaze : In state attended by her nailen train,

Which turn'd self-kindled, and renew'd the Who bore the vests that holy rites require,

The other victor fiame a moment stood, Incense, and od'rous goms, and cover'd fire. Then fell, and lifeless left the extinguish'd wood; The plenteous horns with pleasant inead they for ever lost, irrevocable light crown,

Forsook the black'ning coals, and sunk to nights Nor wanted aught besides in honor of the moon. At either end it whistled as it Hew, (dew; Nowwhile the templesmok dwith hallow’dsteain And as the brands were green, so dropp'd the They wash the virgin in a living stream; Infected as it tell with sweat of sanguine hue. The secret ceremonies I conceal,

The maid from that illomen turn'd her eyes, L'ncou:h, perhaps unlawful, to reveal, And with loud shricks and clamors rent theskics, But such they were as Pagan use requir’d, Nor knew what signified the boding sign, Performa’d by women when the men retir’d, But found the pow'rs displeas'd, and fear'd the Whose eyes profane their chaste mysterious rites wrath divine. Might turn io scandal, or obscene delights. Then shook the sacred shrine, and sudden light Well-meaners think no harm; but for the rost, Sprung through the vaulted roof, and made the Things sacred they pervert, and silence is the best. temple bright. Her shining hair, uncomb'd, was loosely spread, The pow'r

, behold! the pow'r in glory shone, A crown of wastless oak adoru'd her head : Bv her bent bow and her keen arrows known; When to the shrine approach'd the spotless maid The rest, a huntress issuing from the wood, Had kindling fires on either altar laid

Reclining on her cornel spear she stood. (The rites were such as were observ'd of old, Then gracious thus began : Dismiss thy fear, By Statius in his Theban story told); Avd Heaven's unchang'd decrees attentive hear : Then kneeling with her hands across her breast, More pow'rful Gouls havetorn thee from my side, Thus lowly she preferr'd her chaste request : Unwilling to resign, and dooin'd a bride :

O Goddess, hunter of the woodland green, The two contending knights are weigh'd above; To whom both heaven, and earth, and seas, arc One Mars protects, and one the Queen of Love : seen ;

But which the man, is in the Thund'rer's breast; Dacen of the nether skies, where half the year This he pronounc'd, 'tis he who loves the best. îhy silver beams descend, and light the gloomy The fire that once extinct reviv'd again, sphere;

Foreshows the love allotted to remain Goddess of inaids, and conscious of our hearts; Farewell! she said, and vanish'd from the place; So keep me from the vengeance of thy darts, The shcafof arrows shook, and rattled in the case. Which Niobe's devoicd issue felt,

Aghast at this the royal virgin stood, When hissingthrough theskiesthcicather’ddeaths Disclaim'd, and now no morea sister of the wood: As I desire to live a virgin life, [wcre dealt; But to the parting Goddess thus she pray'd : Nor know the name of mother or of wife. Propitious still be present to my aid, Thy votress from my teneler years I am, Nor quite abandon your once fáror'd maid. And love, like thee, the woods and sylvan game. Then sighing she return'd; but sinil'd betwixt, Like death, thou know'st, I loath the nuptial With hopes and fears,and joyswith sorrows mixt. And man, the tyrant of our sex, I hate, [state, The next returning planetary hour A lowly servani, but a lofty niate ;

Of Mars, who shar'd the heptarchy of pow'r, Where love is duty on the female side; His steps bold Arcite to the temple bent, Ontheirs mere sensualgust, and sought with surly T'adore with Pagan rites the pow'rarmnipotent : Now by thy triple shape, as thou art seen (pride'

. Then prostrate low before his altar lay, '(pray: In heaven, carth, hell, and ev'ry wisere a queen, And rais'd his manly voice, and thus began to Grant this my first desire ; let discord cease,

Strong God of arms, whose iron sceptre sways And make betwist the rivals lasting peace : The freezing North, and Hyperborean seas, Quench their hot fire, or far from one remove And Scythian colds, and Thracia's winter coast, The fame, and turn it on some other love: Where stand thy steeds, and thou art honor'd Or, if my frowning stars have so decreci,

[known, That one must be rejected, one succeed, There most; but ev'ry where thy pow'r is Make hin my lord, within whose faithful breast The fortune of the fight is all thy own: Is fix'd my iinage, and who loves me best. Terror is thine, and wild amazement, flung But, oh! even that avert! I choose it not, From out thy chariot, withers even the strong : But take it as the least unhappy

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And disarray and shameful rout ensue, A maid I am, and of thy virgin train;

And force is added to the fainting crew. Oh let me still that spotless name retain ! Acknowledg’d as thou art, accept my pray'r, Frequent the forests, thy chaste will obey, If aught I have achiev'd deserve thy care: And only make the beasts of chace my prey ! If to my utmost pow'r with sword and shield

The flames ascendon either altar clear, Ćpráy'r. I dar'd the death, unknowing how to yield, While thus the blameless inaid address'd her And, falling in my rank, still kept the field :

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Then let my arms prerail, by thee sustain'd, For this, with soul devout, he thank'd the Gori; That Emily by conquest may be gain'd. , And of success secure, returned to his abode. Have pity on my pains ; nor those unknown These rows thus granted rais'd a strife above To Mars, which, when a lover, were his own. Betwixt the God of War and Queen of Love. Venus, the public care of all above,

She granting first bad right of time to plead ; Thy stubborn heart has soften'd into love: But he had granted 100, nor would recede. Now by her blandishunents and pow'rful charms, Jove was for Venus; but be feared his wife ; When yielded she lay curling in my arms, And seemeil unwilling to decide the strife; Ev'n by thy shame, if shame it may be call'd, Till Saturn from his leaden throne arose, When Vulcan had thee in his not enthralld; And found a way the diff'rence to compose: O envied ignominy, sweet disgrace,

Though sparing of his grace, to mischief bent, When ev'ry God that saw thee wish'd thy place! He seldom does a good with good intent. By those dear pleasures, aid my arms in fight, Wayward, but wise; by long experience taught, And make me conquer in my patron's right: To please both parties, for ill ends, he sought: For I am young, a novice in the trade, For this adrantage age from youth has won, The fool of love unpractisid to persuade, As not to be outridden, though outrun: And want the soothing arts that catch the fair; By furtune he was now to Venus trind, But, caught myself, lic struggling in the snare: And with stern Mars in Capricorn was join'd:. And she I love, or laughs at all my pain, Of him disposing in his own abode, Or knows ho's worth too well, and pays me with He sooth'd the Goddess, while he gull’d the God. disdain,

Cease, daughter, to complain and stint the strife; For sure I am, unless I win in arms, Thy Palamon shall have this prounis'd wife: To stand excludert fram Emilia's charms : And Mars, the lord of conquest in the fight Nor can my strength avail, unless by thee With palm and laurel shall adorn his knight. Endued by force, I gain the victory;

Wide is my course, nor turn I 10 my place, Then for the fire which vairm'd 'thy gen'rous Till length of time, and more with tardy pace. Pity thy subject's pains and equal smart. [heart, Man feels me, when I press th' ethereal plains ; So be the niorrow's sweat and labor mine, My hand is heavy, and the wound remains. The palm and honor of the conquest thine: Mine is the shipwreck, in a wat'ry sign; Then shall the war, and stern debaie, and strife And, in an eariny, the dark dungeon mine. Immortal, be the business of my life; Cold shivering agnes, melancholy care, And in thy fane, the dusty spoils among, [hung; And bitter blasting winds, and poison d air,

? High on the burnished roof my banner shall be Are nine, and wilful death, resulting from Rank'd with my champions buckler, and below, despair. With arms revers'd, th'achievements of my fue: The throtling quinsey 'tis my star appoints, And while these limbs the vital spirit feeds, And rhuematisins ascend to rack the joints : While day to night, and night to day succeeds, When churls rebel against their native price, Thy smoking altar shall be fat with food i arm their hands and furnish with pretence ; Of incense, and the grateful stream of blood ; And, housin, in the lion's hateful sign, Burnt off’rings morn and eveningshall be thinc, Bought senates, and deserting troops are mine. And fires eternal in thy temple shine. Mine is the privy pois'ning; I conimand The bush of yellow beard, this length of hair, Unkindly seasons and ungrateful land. Which from my birth inviolate I bear, By me kings' palaces are push'd to ground, Guiltless of steel and from the razor free, And miners crushi'd beneath their mincs are found. Shall fall a plenteous crop, reserv'd for thee; 'Twas I slew Sampson, when the pillar'd hal! So may my arms with victory be blest : Fell down, and crush'd the many with the fall. I ask no more : let fate dispose the rest. [close My looking is the fire of pestilence,

The champion ceas'd ; there followed in the That sweeps at once the people and the prince. A hollow groan : a murmuring wind arose ; Now sweep no more but trusi thy grandsire's art, The rings of iron, that on the doors were hung, Mars shall be pleas'd, and thou perform thy part, Sent out a jarring sound, and harshly rung; 'Tis ill, though diff'rent your complexions are, The bolted gates flew open at the blast; The family of Heaven for men should var. The storm rush'd in, and Arcite stood aghast ; Th' expedient pleas'd, where neitheir lost his The flames were blown aside, yet shone they

right; bright,

Mars had the day, and Venus had the night. Fann'd by the wind, and gave a ruffled light. The management they left to Chronos' care;

Then from the ground, a scent began to rise, Now turn we to th' effect, and sing the war. Sweet-smelling as accepted sacrifice :

In Athens all was pleasure, mirih, and play, This omnen pleas'd, and as the flames aspire All proper to the spring, and sprightly May: With odorous incense Arcite heaps the fire ; Which ev'ry smul inspir’d with such delight, Nor wantes hymns to Mars, or heathen charms: . 'Twas jesting all the day, and lore at right. At length the nodding statue clash'd his armis, Heaven smild, and gladded was the heart of And with a sullou sound and feeble cry (victory. Half sunk, and half pronounced, the word of Anu Venus had the world as when it first began.

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