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The Poems of Richard Lovelace: Lucasta, Etc
This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1906 Excerpt: ...Wept at by the fantastic Crowd, Who cry, One drop let fall From her, might save the Universal Ball. She laughs again At our ridiculous pain; And at...
This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1906 Excerpt: ...Wept at by the fantastic Crowd, Who cry, One drop let fall From her, might save the Universal Ball. She laughs again At our ridiculous pain; And at our merry misery She laughs, until she cry; Sages, forbear That ill-contrived tear, Although your fear, Doth barricadoe Hope from your soft Ear. That which still makes her mirth to flow, Is our sinister-handed woe, Which downwards on its head doth go; And ere that it is sown, doth grow. This makes her spleen contract, And her just pleasure feast; For the unjustest act Is still the pleasant'st jest. SONG. Strive not, vain Lover, to be fine, Thy silk's the Silk-worms, and not thine; You lessen to a Fly your Mistris Thought, To think it may be in a Cobweb caught. What though her thin transparent lawn Thy heart in a strong Net hath drawn t Not all the Arms the God of Fire ere made, Can the soft Bulwarks of nak'd Love invade. Ii Be truly fine then, and your self dress In her fair Souls immac'late glass: Then by reflection you may have the bliss Perhaps to see what a True fineness is; When all your Gawderies will fit Those only that are poor in wit: She that a clinquant outside doth adore, Dotes on a gilded Statue, and no more. In allusion to the French-Song. N' entendez vous pas ce language. Cho. Then understand you not (Fair choice) This Language without tongue or voice? I How often have my Tears Invaded your soft Ears, And dropt their silent Chimes A thousand thousand times, Whilst Echo did your eyes, And sweetly Sympathize; But that the wary Lid Their Sluces did forbid? Cho. Then understand you not (Fair choice) This Language without tongue or 'voice I II My Arms did plead my wound, Each in the other bound; Xolleys of Sighs did crowd, p ' 'A. nd ling my griefs alowd;,MAXM Grones, like a Canon Ball, Batter...
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