The Poetical Works of Richard Crashaw and Quarles' Emblems

  • Title: The Poetical Works of Richard Crashaw and Quarles' Emblems
  • Author: Richard Crashaw
  • ISBN: 9780217364577
  • Page: 412
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Poetical Works of Richard Crashaw and Quarles Emblems Purchase of this book includes free trial access to million books where you can read than a million books for free This is an OCR edition with typos Excerpt from book A band of men rough as the arms
    Purchase of this book includes free trial access to million books where you can read than a million books for free This is an OCR edition with typos Excerpt from book A band of men, rough as the arms they wore, 7 Look d round, first to the sea, then to the shore, The shore that shew d them what the sea denied Hope of a prey There, to the mainland tied, APurchase of this book includes free trial access to million books where you can read than a million books for free This is an OCR edition with typos Excerpt from book A band of men, rough as the arms they wore, 7 Look d round, first to the sea, then to the shore, The shore that shew d them what the sea denied Hope of a prey There, to the mainland tied, A ship they saw, no men she had yet prest Appear d with other lading, for her breast Deep in the groaning waters wallowed Up to the third ring o er the shore was spread Death s purple triumph, on the blushing ground Life s late forsaken houses all lay drown d In their own blood s dear deluge, some new dead, Some panting in their yet warm ruins bled While their affrighted souls, now wing d for flight, Lent them the last flash of her glimm ring light, 20 Those yet fresh streams, which crawled ev rywhere, Show d that stern War had newly bathed him there Nor did the face of this disaster show Marks of a fight alone, but feasting too, A miserable and a monstrous feast, Where hungry War had made himself a guest And, coming late, had eat up guests and all, Who proved the feast to their own funeral, andc OUT OF THE GREEK CUPID S CRIER Love is lost, nor can his mother Her little fugitive discover She seeks, she sighs, but nowhere spies him Love is lost, and thus she cries him 0 yes if any happy eye This roving wanton shall descry, Let the finder surely know Mine is the wag tis I that own The wing d wanderer and that none 9 May think his labour vainly gone, The glad descrier shall not miss To taste the nectar of a kiss From Venus lips but as for him That brings him to me, he shall swim In riper joys shall be his Venus assures him than a kiss But lest your eye discerning slide, These marks may be your judgment s guide His skin as with a fiery blushing High colour

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