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But suddein catching hold , did her dismay Whole yielded Pryde and proud
submission , With quacking hands , and other signes of feare ; S : ill dreading
cath , when fc'had mar ked long , Who full of ghaftly fright and cold affray , Her
bort gan ...
-The rest she would have “ That earthly thing may not my corage brave fayd , “
Dismay with feare , or cause one foot to flye , But that the foolish man ( fild with
delight “ But either hellish feends , or powres on hye ; Of her sweete words , that
... to her will obayd , But brought forth speeches myld , when she would have
mislayd . XXVIII . But Scudamour , now woxen inly glad That all his gealous feare
he false had found , And how that hag his love abused had With breach of faith
Her freed , in which ye her all hopelesse left , “ I her preserv'd from perill and from
feare , When Glauce thus gan wisely all upknit ; “ And evermore from villenie her
kept ; " Ye gentle Knights ! whom Fortune here hath “ Ne ever was there wight ...
A DEFIANCE TO ENVY : Nar , let the prouder pincs of Ida feare And hopen now
to shoulder from above The sudden fires of heaven , and decline The eagle from
the Itairs of friendly Jove . Their yielding tops that dar'd the skies whilere ; And ...
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