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O foolish Faeries forne , what fury mad So long they fight , and full revenge
pursue , “ Hath the incent to hast thy dolefull fate ? That fainting cach , :
hemselves to breathen lett , “ Were it not better I that lady had , And ofte refreshed
, battell oft ...
Your cruell eyes endure so picteous fight XXXVIII . * To shed your lives on ground
? wo worth the Tho him she brought abord , and her swist bote Porthwith directed
to that further Itrand , " That first did teach the cursed steele to bight That which ...
... the sad Aemylia . " That by his grenning laughter mote fasre off be rad . " Ah !
sad Aemylia , " then sayd Amoret , Thy ruefull plight I pitty as mine owne ; Which
drery fight the gentle squire cspying , " But read to me by what devise or wit Doth
Wearie of toile and traveil of hat day , C.:usd his pavilion to be richly pight Whom
whenas Artegall in that distrelle Before the city - gate in open fight , By chaunce
beheld , he left the bloody flaughter Where he himselfe did rest in lafety , In which
... And valiant knights doe rafhly enterprize Whereas his love was sitting all alone
, “ Either for fame or else for exercize , Wayting what tydings of her folke became ;
“ A wrongfull quarrell to maintaine by fight , There did the prince him overtake ...
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