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The whiles fome one did chaynt this lovely lay , “ Ah ! see , whofo fayre thing doeft
faine to fee , Withall she laughed , and the blushe withall , " In springing flowre
the image of thy day ; That blushing to her laughter gave more grace , “ Ah ! see ...
Scourging and haling him more vehement , He from you take that chiefedome
which ye doe As if it them should grieve to see his punishment , And as ye soft
and tender are by kynde , The squire himselfe , whenas he saw his lord Adorod
Disloyal luft , fair Beauty's foulest blame , That base affection , which your cars
would bland , which seeing now so inly ... by like way See more than any other
eyes can see , Kindled of your's , your likeness doth display ; Through mutual
Being one day at my window all alone , many strange things happened me to see
, As much it grieveth me to think thereon . At my right hand a hind appear'd to me ,
So fair as mote the greatest god delite ; Two eager dogs did her pursue in ...
che bird Ruc that bears an elephant , To see the broken nuns , with new - fhorne
heads , nermaids that the foutherne seas do haunt , In a blind cloyster toffe their
idle beades , headlefse men , of savage cannibals , Or louzy coules come ...
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This Author is my favorite one. I have been reading his boks from a long time. I like the way he presented the real life stories and created the real image in the readers mind in such a deep extent that reader feels as he/she is leaving the story not reading the story. He used to pick the social problems of the time that still set an example for the people of this time too.