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Long since , alas , my deadly swannish music Hath made itself a crier of the morning , And hath with wailing strength climbed highest mountains : Long since my thoughts more desert be than forests : Long since I see my joys come to ...
She thus : ' O Vulcan , is there one , of all that are of heaven , That in her never quiet mind Saturnius hath given So much affliction as to me ? - whom only he subjects ( Of all the sea - nymphs ) to a man , and makes me bear ...
Brightest Seraph , tell In which of all these shining orbs hath Man His fixed seat , or fixed seat hath none , But all these shining orbs his choice to dwell ; 670 That I may find him , and with secret gaze Or open admiration him behold ...
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