The Poetical Works Of Sir Thomas Watt; With Memoir And Critical Dissertation by Sir Thomas WyattThe Poetical Works Of Sir Thomas Watt; With Memoir And Critical Dissertation by Sir Thomas Wyatt

The Poetical Works Of Sir Thomas Watt; With Memoir And Critical Dissertation

bySir Thomas Wyatt

Paperback | January 15, 2012

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This historic book may have numerous typos, missing text or index. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. 1858. Not illustrated. Excerpt: ... When it is given or lent, Methinks it were well spent. 9 If this be under mist, And not well plainly wist, Understand me who list, For I reck not a bean; I wot what I do mean. THAT THE PAIN HE ENDURED SHOULD NOT MAKE HIM CEASE FROM LOVING. 1 The joy so short, alas! the pain so near, The way so long, the departure so smart; The first sight, alas! I bought too dear, That so suddenly now from hence must part. The body gone, yet remain shall the heart With her, the which for me salt tears doth rain; And shall not change till that we meet again. 2 The time doth pass, yet shall not my love; Though I be far, always my heart is near. Though other change, yet will not I remove; Though other care not, yet love I will and fear; Though other hate, yet will I love my dear; Though other will of lightness say ' Adieu,' Yet will I be found steadfast and true. 3 When other laugh, alas! then do I weep: When other sing, then do I wail and cry; When other run, perforced I am to creep; When other dance, in sorrow I do lie; When other joy, for pain well near I die; Thus brought from wealth, alas! to endless pain, That undeserved, causeless to remain. THE COMPLAINT OF A DESERTED LOVER. 1 ' How should I Be so pleasant, In my semblant,1 As my fellows be?' 2 Not long ago, It chanced so, As I did walk alone; I heard a man, That now and than Himself did thus bemoan: 3 'Alas!' he said, ' I am betray'd, And utterly undone, Whom I did trust, And think so just, Another man hath won. 4 My service due, And heart so true, On her I did bestow; I never meant For to repent, In wealth, nor yet in woe. 5 Each western wind Hath turned her mind, And blown it clean away; Thereby my wealth, My mirth and health Are driven to great decav. O f 1' Semblant:' appearance. 6 Fortune did smile A right short whil...
Title:The Poetical Works Of Sir Thomas Watt; With Memoir And Critical DissertationFormat:PaperbackDimensions:44 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.09 inPublished:January 15, 2012Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0217130437

ISBN - 13:9780217130431

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