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ON TIIE WOUNDS OF OIR CRICIFIED

LORD

"), THESE Wakefull wounds of Thing!

Are they mouthes! or are they cyrus?
De they mouthes, coll be they eyne',

Each bloculing put some one supplies,
Lo! ir mouth! whose full-bloom'll lips

It too clear it rate are roses :
L' it liloord-shot cve! that werpis,

In many idomuell teare discloses.

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“), thou that on this foot hast laiil

Mamy a kisse', and many a teare;
Now than halt have all repanil,

What socrothy charges were
This tout hath got a mouth and lips

Topin the sweet summe of thy kis poss;
To the teare's, in pri that wepes,

Tute of tears, such geus as this is.

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Apparel originally in Scapin' of 1616 (pp. 21. 22) : Wits requenteel in cadenants of loils (pp. 29. 301) and 1670 (PP. 2. 23). Our lovers chat of 1619; but all agree -ve in 1-nal orthographie slight cup Tu tilli stiza ii. line-pella '100as two. The Sir

Als Liries coule, its 11-12.2l, in the orthographer, G.

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(), TIIESE Wakefull wowds of Thine!

Are they mouthies! or are they pros?
De they mouthies, oor boe they apne,

Each lecling put some one supplies.
Lo! a month! whose full-boloomil lipis

It too clear a mitt arr roses :
Lo! it blood shot eye! that weapis,

In many a cruell teare lisclosis.
(), thou that on this foot hast laid

Many a kisse, and many in teare;
Now thou shalt have all repail,

What soe're the charges wile.
This foot bath got a month and lips

To pray the sweet summe of thy kisses;
Topally thy tearrs, in eye that wepesi,

lusteail of tears, such gems ils thuis is.

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I Appeareal originally in Stepon' of 1016 (19. 21. ) : Wan reprinted in calitions of 101 (pp. 29, 30) cm 1071) (pp. *.. 23). tent is that of 1644; but ill agree are in in-ual orthographic light chimgad. lu 1011 stanza ii, lima pell too as to), The SAN CROIT MY. Vries only, as t-ual. in the orthography: G.

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1 THE BLEEDIN (RIUIFIX.

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This restlesse feit now callblut give
For is and our eternall good,
So they were ever wont. What though?
They swimne, alis! in their own flur.

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Thy hand to give Thou canst not lift ; Yet will Thy land still viuiny le. It gives, but () itself's the gift : It given though bound ; though bound 'tis free

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But Thy sile, Thy deep-dire u siile!
That hath it louble Nilus going :
Vor euer was the Phariin tiile
Half sv fruitfull, half so towing.

VU.

No hair so small, but pases his riuer
To this Red Sea of Thy blood;
Their little channels can deliver
Somthing to the generall bloul.

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But while I speak, whither are run
All the riners nam'd before ?
I counted wrong : there is but one ;
But () that one is one all ole.

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