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Poem by John Harington


Such colour had her face as when the sun
Shines in a watery cloud in pleasant spring;
And even as when the summer is begun
The nightingales in boughs do sit and sing,
So the blind god, whose force can no man shun
Sits in her eyes, and thence his darts doth fling;
Bathing his wings in her bright crystal streams,
And sunning them in her rare beauties beams.
In these he heads his golden-headed dart,
In those he cooleth it, and tempereth so,
He levels thence at good Oberto's heart,
And to the head he draws it in his bow. 

John Harington

John Harington's other poems:
  1. An Elegy of a Pointed Diamond Given by the Author to His Wife at the Birth of His Eldest Son
  2. On the Wares in Ireland
  3. Ingratitude
  4. Slander
  5. Of Treason

Poems of the other poets with the same name:

  • Edward Thomas Beauty ("WHAT does it mean? Tired, angry, and ill at ease")
  • Abraham Cowley Beauty ("LIBERAL Nature did dispence")
  • Jones Very Beauty ("I gazed upon thy faceЧ-and beating life")
  • Elinor Wylie Beauty ("Say not of beauty she is good")

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