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From lawlesse Lust by wondrous grace Fayre Una is releast ; Whom salvage
nation does adore , And learnes her wise beheart . V. II . As when a ship , that
flyes fayre under fayle , With fawning words he courted her a while ; ' An hidden
Yt framed was of precious yvory , Thus being entred , they behold arownd That
seemd a worke of admirable witt , A large and spacious plaine on eyery lide And
therein all the famous history Strowed with plealauns : whose fayre gra of lafon ...
... fayre Belphæbe gan to feare Still whenas he beheld the heavenly mayd , Least
that his wound were inly well not heald ... could he do at least , When the bright
funne his beams thercon doth But love so fayre a lady , that his life releast ?
L111 . of chastitie none living may compaţre : Fayre ømpes of beautie , whose
bright shining Ne poyfnous envy iustly can empayre beames The prayse of her
fresh - flowring maydenhcad ; Adorne the world with like to heavenly light , Forthy
Then her owne daughter Pleasure , to what shee There wont fayre Venus often to
enioy Made her companion , and her leffoncd Her deare Adonis ' ioyous
company , In all the lore of love and goudly womanhead . And reap sweet
pleasure of ...
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