The Poetical Works of Edmund Spenser from the Text of J. Upton. with a Preface, Biographical and Critical, by J. Aikin Volume 6.cProfessor Edmund Spenser
The Poetical Works of Edmund Spenser from the Text of J. Upton. with a Preface, Biographical and Critical, by J. Aikin Volume 6
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Author: Professor Edmund Spenser
Page Count: 94 pages
Published Date: 01 May 2012
Publisher: Rarebooksclub.com
Publication Country: Miami Fl, United States
Language: English
Type: eBook
ISBN: 9781235981227
File size: 18 Mb
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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. 1810 Excerpt: ...her love doth burn like fire; Not air, for she is not so light or rare; Not fire, for she doth freeze with faint desire: Then needs another element inquire Whereof she mote be made, that is the sky; For to the heaven her haughty looks aspire, And eke her love is pure immortal hy. Then sith to heaven ye likened are the best, Be like in mercy as in all the rest-, Lvr. FAra ye be sure, but cruel and unkind, As is a tyger, that with greediness Hunts after blood, when he by chance doth find A feeble beast, doth felly him oppress. Fair be ye sure, but proud and pitiless As is a storm, that all things doth prostrate, Finding a tree alone all comfortless, Beats on it strongly it to ruinate. Fair be ye sure, but hard and obstinate As is a rock amidst the raging floods, 'Gainst which a ship, of succour desolate, Doth suffer wreck both of her self and goods. That ship, that tree, and that same beast, am I, Whom ye do wreck, do ruin, and destroy. Lvrr. SwEET Warriour! when shall I have peace with High time it is this war now ended were, you? Which I no longer can endure to sue, Ne your incessant battry more to bear: So weak my powers, so sore my wounds appear, That wonder is how I should live a jot, Seeing my heart through--launced every where With thousand arrows which your eyes have shot: Yet shoot ye sharply still, and spare me not, But glory think to make these cruel stoures. Ye cruel One! what glory can be got In slaying him that would live gladly your's? Make peace, therefore, and grant 1ne timely grace, That all my wounds will heal in little space_ Lvur. To /zer that is most assured to herself. WEAK is th' assurance that weak flesh reposet-h In her own powre, and scorneth.others' aid; That soonest falls, when as she most supposeth He...

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