Արդյունքներ 27–ի 1-ից 5-ը:
... hear thou my protestation Against thy strength , Distance , and length ; Do what
thou canst for alteration : For hearts of truest mettle Absence doth join , and Time
doth settle . Who loves a mistress of such quality , He soon hath found Affection ...
Another Shepherd you did see To whom your heart was soon enchainéd ; Full
soon your love was leapt from me , Full soon my place he had obtained . Soon
came a third , your love to win , And we were out and he was in . Adieu Love ,
Sure you have made me passing glad That you your mind so soon removed ,
Before that I the leisure had To choose you for my best beloved : For all your love
was past and done Two days before it was begun :Adieu Love , adieu Love ...
For if such holy song Enwrap our fancy long , Time will run back , and fetch the
age of gold ; And speckled vanity Will sicken soon and die , And leprous sin will
melt from earthly mould ; And Hell itself will pass away , And leave her dolorous ...
I fondly ask : —But : Patience , to prevent That murmur , soon replies ; God doth
not need Either man's work , or his own gifts : who best Bear his mild yoke , they
serve him best : His state Is kingly ; thousands at his bidding speed And post o'er
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