The Complete Poems Of Sir Philip Sidney Volume 3 by Sir Philip SidneyThe Complete Poems Of Sir Philip Sidney Volume 3 by Sir Philip Sidney

The Complete Poems Of Sir Philip Sidney Volume 3

bySir Philip Sidney

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1877 edition. Excerpt: ... Pure' from Trin. Col. 4. Our tongues, say they, beyond them all shall go; Wee both haue power, and will our tales too tell: For what lord rules our braue emboldned breast? 5. Ah! now even for their sakes that taste of woe, Whom troubles tosse, whose natures need doth quell; Even for their sighs, true sighs, of man distrest, 6. I will get vp, saith God, and My help show Against all them that against him do swell; Maugre his foes, I will set him at rest. 7. These are God's words, God's words are ever pure; Yea, purer than the silver throughly try'd, When fire seven times hath spent his earthy parts. 8. Then thou, O Lord, shalt keep the good stil sure, By Thee preserv'd, in Thee they shall abide: Yea, in no age Thy blisse from them departs. 9. Thou seest each side the walking doth endure Of these bad folk, more lifted vp with pride, Which if it last, woe to all simple hearts. PSALM XIIL Usque quo, Domine? 1. TLJOW long, O Lord, shall I forgotten be? What, ever? How long wilt Thou Thy hidden face from me Dissever? 2. How long shall I consult with carefull sprite In anguish? How long shall I with foes' triumphant might Thus languish? 3. Behold me, Lord, let to Thy hearing creep My crying; Nay, giue me eyes and light, least that I sleep In dying: 4. Least my foe bragg, that in my ruin hee Prevailed, And at my fall they joy that trouble me Assailed. 4 Ps. xiii. st. iii. 1. 3, Trin. Co1. ' O' for ' Nay.' In st. v. 1. accept ' mercies ' for ' graces' of our text and Davies MS. 5. No, no! I trust on Thee, and joy in Thy Great pity; Still, therfore, of Thy mercies shall be my Song's ditty. Psalm x1v.s Dixit insipiens. 1. 'T'HE foolish man by fleshe and fancy led, His guilty heart with this fond thought hath fed There is no God yl raigneth. 2. And so...
Title:The Complete Poems Of Sir Philip Sidney Volume 3Format:PaperbackDimensions:44 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.09 inPublished:July 10, 2012Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:021789030X

ISBN - 13:9780217890304