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Eftsoons the nymphs , which now had flowers their fill , 55 Ran all in haste to see that silver brood As they came ... Yet were they bred of summer's heat they say , In sweetest season , when each flower and weed The earth did fresh ...
45 These are thy wonders , Lord of love , To make us see we are but flowers that glide ; Which when we once can find and prove ... THE PULLEY : 5 span : a measure , extent 8 made a stay : halted THE FLOWER THE FLOWER : 3 demean ...
40 THE FLOWERS OF THE FOREST I've heard them lilting , at the ewe milking , Lasses a ' lilting , before dawn of day ; But now they are moaning , on ilka green loaning ; The flowers of the forest are a ' wede awae .
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