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IXXI But he right well awarc his rage to ward , Yet greatly did the Beast repine at
those Did cast his shield atweene , and therewithall Straunge bands , whose like
till then he never bore , Putting his puillaunce forth , pursu'd so hard , Ne ever ...
To see his fatal howre , Out from amid the waves , Whose blustering fighs at first
By storm then stir'd to rage , Their surrow did declare , This cry did cause to rise
Next murmuring ensade : Th'old Father Ocean hoar , At last they not forbcar Who
( said she ) doft thou to “ Hath well my chiding and not rage prevented , pent thee
" Yet might'lt thou think that yet ' twas never narrow wish in such itraight bonds to “
stay ? " « That angry rage and gentle love consented , “ Well may I figh , ( said ...
Staring on Priam's wounds with ber old 7 % In Ajax ' eyes blunt rage and rigor roll
'd . Which bleeding under Pirrhus ' proud foxis But the mild glance that fly Ulysses
lent , Shew'd deep regard , and failing government . In her the painter had ...
Oft did the heave her napkin to her eyne , This said , in top of rage the lines the
rents ; Which on it had conceited characters , Big discontent to breaking their
contents . Laund'ring the filken figures in the brine That seasoned woe had
pelleted in ...
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