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Come then , come soone , come , sweetest Death , By this his aged guide in
presence came , Who soone as on that knight his eye did glaunce , “ And take
away this lorg lent loathed light : Eftsoones of him had perfect cognizaunce ,
Sharpe be ...
... But when I other knew , my self I boldly reard , Against him bent , and fiercely
did menace ; So turned her about , and fled away apace . “ But now , for feare of
worse that may betide , XLIII . « Let us soone hence depart . " They soone agree ...
... T'adorne thy forme according thy desart , " And gratious to that lady , as to mee
; “ Their blazing pride thou wouldist soone have * Ne ever wight that mote so
welcome bee « As he to her , withouten blott or blame ; “ And staynd their prayles
The gods doe dread , he dearly shall abye ; Soone as she Venus saw behinde
her backe , “ Ile clip his wanion wings , that he no more thall She was afham'd to
be so loose surpriz'd , And woxe halfe wroth against her damzels Nakė , That had
... Where those two guilers with Malbecco were : “ But minds of mortall man are
niuchell mard , Soone as the old man saw Sir Paridell " And mov'd amisc with
massy muck's unmeet He fainted , and was almost dead with feare , regard . Ne
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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.