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... wir TO G'u Wilt thou forgiv , Which was my in Wilt thou forgive time to His
marriage was the remarkable error of his life -. And do run fril , L. When thou hafta
e bis re of Wilt thou forgive the Others to fin , and 1 antraw hen when that that TO
Wilt thou forgive that fin where I begun , Which was my fin , though it were done
before ? Wilt thou forgive that fin through which I run , And do run still , though still
I do deplore ? When thou hast done , thou haft not done , For I have more , Wilt ...
Sir Henry Wolton, Mr. Richard Hooker, Mr. George Herbert, and Dr. Robert
Sanderson Izaak Walton. Wilt thou forgive that fin which I did shun A year or two ,
but wallow'd in a score ? When thou haft done , thou haft not done , For I have
... thy eloquence here keep him ftill , But only whilft thou speak't - this anchor will :
Nor canft thou be content , unless thou to This certain anchor add a seal , and so
The water and the earth both unto thee Do owe the symbol of their certainty .
Oh , hadft thou in an elegiac knell Rung out unto the world thine own farewell ,
And in thy high victorious numbers beat ... As well as then thou didft prevent the
prieft ; And never to the world beholden be , So much as for an epitaph for thee .
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Important as a source especially for Donne and Herbert, though I believe Amy Charles was critical of Walton in her life of Herbert . Walton does tend to idealize his subjects. Read full review