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Eternity

He who binds to himself a joy
Does the winged life destroy
But he who kisses the joy as it flies
Lives in eternity's sun rise

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Soft deceit & Idleness

Soft deceit & Idleness
These are Beautys sweetest dresst

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Terror in the house does roar

Terror in the house does roar
But Pity stands before the door

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An answer to the parson

Why of the sheep do you not learn peace
Because I dont want you to shear my fleece

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Lacedemonian Instruction

Come hither my boy tell me what thou seest there
A fool tangled in a religious snaret

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In a wife I would desire...

In a wife I would desire
What in whores is always found
The lineaments of Gratified desire

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How came pride in Man...

How came pride in Man
From Mary it began
How Contempt & Scorn
What a world is Man
His Earth

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The look of love alarms

The look of love alarms
Because tis filld with fire
But the look of soft deceit
Shall Win the lovers hire

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Abstinence sows sand all over...

Abstinence sows sand all over
The ruddy limbs & flaming hairt
But Desire Gratified
Plants fruits of life & beauty there

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The sword sung on the barren heath...

The sword sung on the barren heath
The sickle in the fruitful field
The sword he sung a song of death
But could not make the sickle yield

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