BY WILLIAM BALDWIN, 1584.
mote pleaantly compil'd :
In time obcured was and o
iince that hath been exilde.
Exilde, becaue perchaunce at firt|
it hewed the toyes and drifts,
Of uch as then by wiles and willes
maintained Popih hifts.
Shifts, uch as thoe in uch a time
Abue? yea ure, and that with pight,
Fel ure & vaine, if iudgement right
Grace? nay ure vngratiounes
Alo to laugh? nay, rather weep
Abued? yea, and quite downe cat,
The Cat ful pleaantly wil hew|
ome leights that now are wrought ;
And make ome laugh, which vnto mirth
to be contrainde are loght.
Lothe? yea, for ouer paing greef,
Finde? yea, who can now bote but that
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