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Edward Herbert (Эдуард Герберт (Херберт))


Epitaph on King James


Here lies King James, who did so propagate
Unto the World that blest and quiet state
Wherein his Subjects liv'd, he seem'd to give
That peace which Christ did leave, and so did live,
As once that King and Shepherd of his Sheep,
That whom God saved, here he seem'd to keep,
Till with that innocent and single heart
With which he first was crown'd, he did depart
To better life Great Brittain to lament,
That Strangers more then thou may yet resent
The sad effects, and while they feel the harm
They must endure from the victorious arm
Of our King Charles, may they so long complain,
That tears in them force thee to weep again. 



Edward Herbert's other poems:
  1. Ditty In Imitation Of The Spanish Entre Tanto Que L'Avril
  2. To Her Face
  3. A Description
  4. Another Sonnet, To a Black Itself
  5. To Her Mind


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