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And from thenceforth those Graces were not seene ; For they this Queene
attended , in whose steed ColleN , I fee by thy new taken taske Obligion laid him
down on Laura's herse : Sume sacred fury hath enricht thy braynes , Hereat the
To stint all itrife , and foder friendly peace , Was from those dames so farre and so
unfitting , Thereat Sir Blandamour , with countenance sterne As tbat instead of
praying them surcease , All full of wrath , thus fiercely him bespake ; They did ...
As a faire soupe of her high - soaring thought , Seemed those litle angels did
uphold A chearefull countenance on them let fall , The cloth of sare , and on their
purpled wings Yet tempred with some maiestie imperiall . Did beare the pendants
Done through the Fox's great oppressions , And whence were all those plaints
unto hint That the complaints thereof could not be told : brought , Which when he
did with loathful eyes behold , Of wrongs and spoils by falvage beasts committed
One of those archers closely I did spy Aiming his arrow at my very heart , In that
proud port which her so goodly graceth , When tuddenly , with twinkle of her eye ,
Whiles her fair face the rears up to the sky , The damfel broke his milintended ...
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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.