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" Ierusalem, if ye my loue doo see, Tell him that I am sicke for loue, yea, tel him this from me. Thou peerelesse gem of price, I pray thee to vs tell What is thy loue, what may he be that doth so far excell ? In my beloueds face the rose and lilly striue... "
The Harmony of the Church - Page 23
by Michael Drayton - 1843 - 71 pages
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The Harmony of Birds: A Poem

English poetry - 1842 - 19 pages
...waies vp I rose to ope the dore with speed ; My handes and fingers dropped myrrhe vpon the bar indeed. There sought I for my loue, then could I crie and...vs, and we will goe with thee ; thou shalt not goe THE 8IXT CHAPTER. DOWNE to his garden place mine own true loue is gone, Among the spice and lillies...
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Early English Poetry, Ballads and Popular Literature of the Middle ..., Volume 7

Percy Society - English literature - 1842
...him I could not find, nor he nould answer me at all. The watchmen found me then, as thus I walk'il astray; They wounded me, and from my head my vaile...he! Thou fairest of vs al, whether is thy louer gone ? THE SIXT CHAPTER. DOWNE to his garden place mine own true loue is gone, Among the spice and lillies...
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Early English Poetry, Ballads and Popular Literature of the Middle ..., Volume 7

Percy Society - English literature - 1842
...walk'd astray; They wounded me, and from my head my vaile they took away. Ye daughters of Jerusalem, if ye my loue doo see, Tell him that I am sicke for...we will goe with thee ; thou shalt not goe alone. THE 81XT CHAPTER. DOWNE to his garden place mine own true loue is gone, Among the spice and lillies...
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Select poetry: chiefly devotional of the reign of Queen Elizabeth, Volume 1

Edward Farr - English poetry - 1845
...like to doues' On riuers' banks below, Ywasht with milk, whose collours are Most gallant to the shew. His cheeks like to a plot Where spice and flowers...virgins, loe ! Euen such a one is he! Thou fairest of vs all, Whether is thy louer gone? Tell us, and we will goe with thee; Thou shalt not goe alone. THE SONG...
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Select poetry, chiefly devotional, of the reign of Queen ..., Volume 36, Part 1

Edward Farr - English poetry - 1845 - 576 pages
...flow. His hands like rings of gold Where spice and flowers growe ; His lips like to the lilly white, With costly chrisalet; His belly like the yuory white,...virgins, loe! Euen such a one is he! Thou fairest of vs all, Whether is thy louer gone? Tell us, and we will goe with thee; Thou shalt not goe alone. THE SONG...
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Lays of the pious minstrel, selections by J.B.H.

Lays - 1862
...With costly chrisalet ; His belly like the yuory white, With seemly saphyrs set. His legs like pillars strong Of marble set in gold ; His countenance like...virgins, loe ! Euen such a one is he ! Thou fairest of vs all, Whither is thy louer gone ? Tell us, and we will goe with thee, Thou shalt not goe alone. SUPREME...
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The Complete Works of Michael Drayton: Polyolbion and The harmony of the church

Michael Drayton - 1876
...costly chnsalet ; * His belly like the ivory white, with seemly sapphires set ; His legs like pillars strong of marble set in gold ; His countenance like...as sweet, yea, sweet as sweet may be : This is my Love ; ye virgins, lo, even such an one is He ! Thou fairest of us all, whither is thy Lover gone ?...
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