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LOVES GROWTH I scarce beleeve my love to be so pure As I had thought it was , Because it doth endure Vicissitude and season , as the grasse ; Me thinkes I lyde all winter , when I swore , My love was infinite , if spring make'it more .
Behold a King Whose presence maketh this perpetuall Spring , The glories of which Spring grow in that Bower , And are the marks and beauties of his power . 130 To which the Quire answered . Tis he , tis he , and no power els That makes ...
Phæbean splendour ! and thou Thespian spring ! " Of which , sweet Swans must drink , before they sing Their true - pac'd - Numbers , and their Holy - Layes , Which makes them worthy Cedar , and the Bayes . 20 the refined essence formed ...
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The Seventeenth Century 16001660
A Selected List of Books on the Background and the Literature of the First
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