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In nos jus habeat: jus habet omne malum. 80
CONSTANTIA AND PHILETUS.
SING two constant lovers' various fate,
IV. Her hair was brighter than the beams which are A crown to Phæbus, and her breath fo sweet, It did transcend Arabian odours far, Or smelling flow'rs, wherewith the Spring does greet Approaching Summer; teeth like falling snow For white, were placed in a double row.
35 You might have seen each deity and grace.
40 T'he glorious beams of her fair eyes did move And light beholders on their way to love,
XI. Th' obsequious lover follow's Mill her train, And where they go that way his journey feigns: Should they turn back, he would turn back again, For with his love his business still remains. Nor is it strange he hould be loath to part 65 From her, whose eyes had stole away his heart.
Both by two gen'rous princes lov'd,