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Poem by Thomas Urquhart
Epigrams. The Third Booke. № 21. To one, who did confide too much in the sound temperament, and goodly constitution of his bodily complexion
Boast not of outward health: but have a care Your soule be not distemperd; for we find The case of them most dangerous, who are In wholsome bodies of a sickly mind, Vice tyrannizing over flesh, and blood In those, whose will, and judgement are not good.
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