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Giles Fletcher the Elder (Джайлз Флетчер Старший)


Licia Sonnets 2


Weary was love and sought to take his rest,
He made his choice, upon a virgin's lap;
And slyly crept from thence unto her breast,
Where still he meant to sport him in his hap;
The virgin frowned like Phœbus in a cloud;
Go pack, sir boy, here is no room for such,
My breast no wanton foolish boy must shroud."
This said, my love did give the wag a touch;
Then as the foot that treads the stinging snake
Hastes to be gone, for fear what may ensue,
So love my love was forced for to forsake,
And for more speed, without his arrows flew.
"Pardon," he said, "For why? You seemed to me
My mother Venus in her pride to be." 



Giles Fletcher the Elder's other poems:
  1. Licia Sonnets 43
  2. Licia Sonnets 44
  3. Licia Sonnets 10
  4. Licia Sonnets 12
  5. Licia Sonnets 20


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