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That darksome cave they enter , where they find That cursèd man , low sitting on
the ground , Musing full sadly in his sullen mind ; His griesy locks , long growen
and unbound , Disordered hung about his shoulders round , And hid his face ...
Nor let false friends seduce thy mind to fame By arrogating Jonson's hostile name
; Let father Flecknoe fire thy mind with praise And uncle Ogleby thy envy raise .
Thou art my blood , where Jonson has no part ; What share have we in nature or
Hills peep Fired at first sight with what the Muse imparts , In fearless youth we
tempt the heights of arts , While from the bounded level of our mind Short views
we take , nor see the lengths behind ; But more advanced , behold with strange ...
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Mine own John Poyntz since ye delight to know
Alas so all things now do hold their peace
Edmund Spenser ?155299
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