Green Bays: Verses and Parodies

bySir Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch

Kobo ebook | March 8, 2015

Green Bays: Verses and Parodies by Sir Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch

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Senex. Saye, cushat, callynge from the brake, What ayles thee soe to pyne? Thy carefulle heart shall cease to ake When dayes be fyne And greene thynges twyne: Saye, cushat, what thy griefe to myne? Turtur. Naye, gossyp, loyterynge soe late, What ayles thee thus to chyde? My love is fled by garden-gate; Since Lammas-tyde I wayte my bryde. Saye, gossyp, whom dost thou abyde? Senex. Loe! I am he, the 'Lonelie Manne,' Of Time forgotten quite, That no remembered face may scanne—Sadde eremyte, I wayte tonyghte Pale Death, nor any other wyghte. O cushat, cushat, callynge lowe, Goe waken Time from sleepe: Goe whysper in his ear, that soe His besom sweepe Me to that heape Where all my recollections keepe.
Title:Green Bays: Verses and ParodiesFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:March 8, 2015Language:English

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