The Poems, Plays and Other Remains of Sir John Suckling Volume 1

The Poems, Plays and Other Remains of Sir John Suckling Volume 1

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1874 edition. Excerpt: ...for graces take, Persuad'st thyself that jests are broken, When she hath little or nothing spoken, VOL. I. D Know this, Thou lov'st amiss, And to love true, Thou must begin again, and love anew. If when thou appearest to be within, Thou lett'st not men ask and ask again; And when thou answerest, if it be, To what was ask'd thee, properly, Know this, Thou lov'st amiss, And to love true, Thou must begin again, and love anew. If when thy stomach calls to eat, Thou cutt'st not fingers 'stead of meat, And with much gazing on her face Dost not rise hungry from the place, Know this, Thou lov'st amiss, And to love true, Thou must begin again, and love anew. 6. If by this thou dost discover That thou art no perfect lover, And desiring to love true, Thou dost begin to love anew: Know this, Thou lov'st amiss, And to love true, Thou must begin again, and love anew. Upon Two Sisters. "D ELIEVE'T young man, I can as eas'ly tell-L' How many yards and inches 'tis to hell; Unriddle all predestination, ' Or the nice points we now dispute upon, Had the three goddesses been just as fair--As... and Aglaura are, l It had not been so easily decided, And sure the apple must have been divided: It must, it must; he's impudent, dares say Which is the handsomer till one's away. And it was necessary it should be so; While Nature did foresee it, and did know, When she had fram'd the eldest, that each heart Must at the first sight feel the blind god's dart: And sure as can be, had she made but one, No plague had been more sure destruction; For we had lik'd, loVd, burnt to ashes too, In half the time that we are choosing now: Variety and equal objects make The busy eye still doubtful which to take; This lip, this hand, this foot, this eye, this face, The other's body, gesture, ...show more

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  • Paperback | 66 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 4mm | 136g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236664965
  • 9781236664969