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Here come and sit, where never serpent hisses;. And being set, I'll smother thee with kisses:. But rather famish the m amid their plenty, Making them red and pale with f resh variety;. Ten kisses short as one, one long as twenty:. A sum mer's day will seem a n hour but short ,. Being wa sted in such time-b eguiling sport.
With this she seizeth on his sweating palm,. The precedent of pith and livelihood,. And, trembling in her passion, calls it balm,. Earth's sovereign salve to do a goddess good: Being so enrag'd, desire doth lend her force.
Cour ageously to pluck h im from his horse. Over one arm the lu sty courser' s rein. Under her other was th e tender boy, Who blush 'd and pouted in a dull disdain,. With leaden appetite, unapt t o toy;.
She red and hot as coals of glowing fire. He red for shame , but frosty in desire. The studded bridle on a ragged bough. Nimbly she fastens;- -O! The steed is stalled up, and even now.
To tie the rider she begins to prove: Backward she pus h'd him, as she w ould be t hrust,. And govern' d him in st rength, though not in lu st. So soon was she along, as he was down,. Each leaning on their elbows and their hips: Now doth she stroke his cheek, now doth he f rown,. And 'gins to chide, but soon she stops his lips;. And kissing speaks, with lust ful languag e broken,.
He burns with bashful shame; she with her tears. Doth quench the maiden burning of his cheeks;. Then with her windy sighs and golden hairs. To fan and blow them dry again she seeks: He saith she is immodest , blame s her miss;.
What follows more she murders with a kiss. Even as an empty eagle, sharp by fast,. Tires with her beak on feather s, flesh and bone, Shaking her wings, devouring all in haste,.
Till either gorge be stuff'd or pr ey be gone;. Even so she kiss'd his brow, his cheek, his chin,. And where she ends she doth anew begin. Forc'd to content , but never to obey,. Panting he lies, and breathet h in her face;.
She feedeth on the steam, as on a prey,. And calls it heavenly moisture, air of grace; Wishing her cheeks were gardens fu ll of flowers.
So they were dewd with such distilling showers. So fasten 'd in her arms Adonis lies; Pure shame and aw'd resistance made him fret ,. Which bred mo re beauty in his angry eyes:.
Rain add ed to a r iver that is rank. Perforce will force it over flow th e bank. Still she entreats, and prettily entreats,. For to a pretty ear she tunes her tale;. Still is he su llen, still he lours and frets,. Being r ed she lov es him best; and being white,. Her best is bette r'd with a more delight. Look how he can, she cannot choose bu t love;. And by her fair immorta l hand she swears, From his soft bosom never to remove,. Till he ta ke tru ce with her contending tears ,.
Which long have rain'd, making her cheeks all wet;. And one sweet kiss shal l pay this countl ess debt. Upon this promise did he raise his chin Like a dive-dapper peering throug h a wave,. Who, being look 'd on, ducks as quickly in;. So offe rs he to give what she did crave; Bu t when he r lips were ready for his pay,. He winks, and turn s his lips another w ay. Never did passenger in su mmer's heat. More thirst for drink than she for this good tu rn. Her help she sees, but help she cannot get;.
She bathes in water, yet her fire mu st burn:. Even by the stern an d direful god of war,. Whose sinewy n eck in battle ne'er did bow,. Who conquers where he comes m every jar; Yet hath he been my captive and my slave,.
And beg g'd for that which thou unask'd shalt have. His batter'd shield, his uncontroll ed crest , And for my sake ha th learn'd to sport and dance. To toy, to wanton, dally, smile, and jest;. Scorning his chur lish drum and ensign red.
Making my arms his field, his tent my bed. Leading him prisoner in a red-r ose chain:. Strong- temper'd steel his stronger strength obey'd,. Yet was he servile to my coy disdain. For mastering her that foil'd the god of fight. Touch b ut my lips with those falr lips of thine, Though mine be not so fair, ye t are they red,- - The kiss shall be thine own as well as mine:. What seest thou in the ground? Look in mine eyeballs, there thy beau ty lies;. Then w hy not lips on lips, since eyes in eyes?
And I will wink; so shall the day seem night;. Love keeps his revels where there are but twain;. Be bold to play, our sport is not in sight: These b lue-vein'd violets whereon we lean. Never can blab, nor kno w not what we mean. Shows thee unripe, yet mayst thou well be tasted:. Make use of time, let not adv antage slip;. Beauty within itself should not be wasted:.
Fair flowers that are not gathe r'd in t heir prime. Rot and consume themse lves in little time. Ill- nurtur'd , crooked, chu rlish, harsh in voice,. O'erworn, despised, rheum atic, and cold,. Thick-sighted, b arren, lean, and lacking juice, Then mig htst thou pause, for then I were not for thee;. Bu t having no defects, why dost abhor me? Mine eyes are grey and b right, and quick in tu rning;.
My beauty as the spring doth yearly grow;. My flesh is soft and plu mp, my marrow burning;. My smooth moist hand, were it with thy hand f elt. Woul d in thy palm dissolve, or seem to melt. Or like a fairy, trip upon the green,. Or, like a nymph, with long dish evell'd hair,.
Dance on the sands, and yet no footing seen: Love is a spirit all compact of fir e,. Not gross t o sink, bu t light, and will aspire. These forceless flowers like st urdy trees sup port me;. Two strengthless doves will draw me through the sky,.
From morn til l night, even where I list to sport me:. Is love so light , sweet boy, and may it be. That thou shou ldst think it heavy unto thee? Can thy right hand seize love upon thy left? Then woo thysel f, b e of thyself rejected ,. Steal thine own freedom , and complain on theft. Narcissu s so himself himself fo rsook,. And died to kiss his shadow in the brook.
Dainties to t aste, fre sh beauty for the use , Herbs for their smel l, and sappy plants to be ar;. Things growing to themselves are growth' s abuse:. Seeds spring from seeds, and beauty breedeth beauty;. Thou wast begot; to get it is thy duty. Unless the earth with thy increase be fed? By law of natu re thou art bound to breed,. That thine may live when thou thyself art de ad; And so in spite of death thou dost survive,. In that t hy likeness st ill is left alive.
By this the love- sick queen began to sw eat,. For where they lay the shadow had forsook them, And Titan, tired in the mid-day heat. With burning eye did hot ly overlook them,. Wishing Adonis had his team to guide ,. So he were lik e him and by Venus' side. And now Adonis with a lazy spright,. And with a heavy, dark, disliking eye,.
His louring brows o'erwhelming his fair sight,. Like misty vapours when they blot the sky, 1 Souring his cheeks, cries, 'Fie! The sun doth burn my face; I must remove. What bare excuses mak'st thou to be gone! I'll sigh celestial breath, whose gentle wind. Shall cool the heat of this descending su n:. I'll make a shadow for thee of my hairs; If they bu rn too, I'll quench them with my t ears.
And lo! I lie between that sun and thee:. The heat I have from thence doth littl e harm,. Thine eye darts forth the f ire that burneth me ; And were I not immortal, life were done. Between this heave nly and earthly sun. Nay, mo re than flint, for st one at rain relenteth: Art t hou a w oman's son, and canst not feel. What 'tis to love? She had not brought forth thee, but died unkind. Or what great danger dwells upon my su it? What were thy lips the worse for one poor kiss? Speak, fair; but speak fair words, or els e be mut e:.
Give me one kiss, I'll give it t hee again, And one for interest if thou wilt have twain. Well- painted idol, ima ge dull and dead, Statue contenting but the eye alone,. Thing like a ma n, but of no woman bred:. Thou art no man, t hough of a man's complexion,. For men will kiss even by their own direction. This said, impatience chokes her pleading tongue ,.
And swelling passion doth provoke a pause;. Red cheeks and fiery eyes blaze fo rth he r wrong;. Being judge in love, she cannot right her cause: And now she weeps, and now she fain w ould speak,. And now her sobs do her intendments break. Sometimes she shakes her head, and then his hand;. Now gazeth she on him, now on t he ground; Sometimes her arms infold him like a band:.
She would , he will not in her arms be bound;. And when from th ence he str uggles to be gone,. She locks her lily fingers one in one. Within the circuit of this ivory pale,. I'll be a park, and thou shalt be my deer;. Feed where thou w ilt, on mountain or in dale: Graze on my lips, and if those hill s be dry ,. Stra y lower, where the pleasant fountains lie. Sweet bott om-grass and high delightf ul plain, Round r ising hillocks, brakes obscure a nd rough,.
To shelter thee fro m tempes t and from rain:. Then b e my deer, since I am such a park; No dog shall rouse thee, though a thousand bark.
At this A donis smiles as in disdain,. That in each cheek appears a pretty dimple:. Love made those hollows, if himsel f were slain,. He might be buried in a tomb so simple; Foreknowing well, if there he came to lie,. Why, there Love liv'd, and there he could not die. These lovely caves, these round enchanting pits,. Open'd their mouths to swallow Venus' liking.
Being mad before, how doth she now for wits? Struck dead at first, what needs a second striking? Poor q ueen of love, in thine own law f orlorn,. To love a cheek t hat smiles at t hee in scorn! Now which way shall she turn? Her words ar e done, her woes the mo re increasing;.
The time is spent, her object will away,. And from her twining ar ms doth urge rele asing: Away he springs, and hastet h to his horse.
But lo! A breeding jennet, lusty, young, and pr oud, Adonis' tramping courier doth espy,. And forth she rushe s, snorts and neighs aloud:. The stron g-neck'd steed, being tied unto a tree,. Breake th his rein, and to her straight goes he. Imperiously he leap s, he neighs, he bounds,. And now his woven girt hs he breaks asunder;. The bearing earth with his hard hoof he wounds,. Whose hollow womb resou nds like heaven's th under;. The iron bit he cru sheth 'tween his teeth, Contro lling what he was con trolled with.
His ears up- prick'd; his braided hanging mane. Upon his compass'd crest now stand on end; His nostrils drink the air, and fort h again,. As from a fu rnace, vapo urs doth he send:. His eye, which scornful ly glisters like fire,. Shows his hot cou rage and his high desire. Sometime he trots , as if he told the st eps,. With gentle majesty and modest pride;.
Anon he rears upright, curve ts and leaps,. As who should say, 'Lo! And t his I do to captivate the eye Of the fair b reeder that is standing by. What recket h he his rider's angry stir,. His flatte ring 'Holla' , or his 'Stand , I say'? What cares he now f or curb or pricking spur? For rich caparisons or trapping gay? He sees his love, and nothing else he sees,. Nor nothing else with his p roud sight a grees. Look, when a painter would surpass the life,.
In limning out a well-proportion 'd steed,. His art with nature's workmanship at strife ,. As if the dead the livin g should exceed; So did this horse excel a common one ,.
In shape, in coura ge, colour, pace and bone. Round-hoo f'd, short -jointed, fetlocks shag and long,. Broad breast , full eye, smal l head, and nostril wide,. High crest, short ea rs, straight legs and passing strong,. Thin mane, thick tail, broad b uttock, tender hide:.
Look, what a horse should have he did not lack,. Save a proud rider on so proud a back. Sometimes he scuds far off, and there he stares;. Anon he starts at stirring of a feather;. To bid the wind a base he now prepares,. And whe'r he run or fly they know not whether; For through his mane and tail t he high wind sings,.
Fanning the hairs, who wave like feather'd wings. He looks upon his love, and n eighs unto her;. She answers him as if she knew his mind; Being proud, as fe males are, to see him w oo her,. She pu ts on outward st rangeness, seems unkind,.
Spur ns at his love and scorns t he heat he feels,. Beating his kind embrace ments with her heels. Then, like a melancholy malconten t,. He vails his tail , that, like a falling plume,. Cool shadow to his melting but tock lent:. He stamps, and bites the poor flies in his fume. His love, perceiving how he is enrag'd,. Grew kinder, and his fury was assuag 'd. His testy master goe th about to t ake him;. When lo! Jealous of catching, swiftly doth forsake him,. With her the horse, and left Adonis there:.
As they were mad, unto the wood they hie the m,. Outstrip ping crows that strive to overfly th em. All swoln with chafing, down Adonis sits,. Banning his boisterou s a nd unruly beast:. And now the h appy season once more fits ,. That love- sick Love by pleading may be blest; For lovers say, the heart hath treble wrong. When it is barr'd the aidance of the tongue. An oven that is stopp'd, or river stay'd,.
Burneth more hotly, swelleth with more rage: So of concealed sorr ow may be said;. Free vent of words love's fire doth assuage;. Bu t when t he heart's attorney once is mu te. The cl ient breaks, as desperate in his suit.
He sees her coming, and begins to glow,- -. Even as a dying coal revives with wind, And with his bonnet hides his angry brow;. Looks on the dull earth with disturbed mind, Taking no notice that she is so nigh,. For all askance he holds her in his eye. How she came stealing to the wayward boy; 34 4. To note the fighting conflict of her hue ,. How white and red each other did destroy:. Bu t now her cheek was pale, a nd by and by. It flash'd forth fire, as lightning fro m the sky.
Now was she just b efore him as he sat,. And like a lowly lover down she kneels;. With one fair hand she heaveth up his hat,. Her other tender hand his fair cheek feels: His tenderer cheek receives her sof t hand's print,. As apt as new-fall 'n snow takes any dint. Her eyes petitioners to his eyes suing; His eyes saw her eyes as they had not seen them;. Her eyes woo'd still, his eyes disdain'd the wooing:.
And a ll this dumb p lay had his a cts made plain. With tears, which, chorus- like, he r eyes did rain. Full gently now she ta kes him by the hand, A lily prison'd in a gaol of snow,. Or ivory in an alabaster band;.
So white a friend engirts so white a foe: This beaut eous combat, wilful and unwillin g,. Show'd like two silver doves that sit a-billing. Once more the engine of her though ts began:.
Would thou wert as I am, and I a man,. My heart all whole as thine, thy hea rt my wound;. For one sweet look thy help I would assure t hee,. Though nothing but my body's bane would cu re thee. And being steel'd, soft sighs can never grave it: Then l ove's deep groans I never shall regard,. Becaus e Adonis' heart ha th made mine hard. My day's delight is past, my horse i s gone, And 'tis your fa ult I am bereft him so:. I pray you hence, and leave me here alone:.
For all my mind, my tho ught, my busy care,. Is how to get my palf rey fr om th e mare. Thus she replies: 'Thy palfrey, as he should,. Welcomes the warm approach of sweet desire:. Affection is a coal t hat must be cool'd;. Else, suf fer'd, it will set the heart on fire: The sea hath bounds, but deep desire hath none;. Therefor e no marv el tho ugh thy horse be gone.
Servilely master'd with a leathern rein! But when he saw his love, his youth's fair fee,. He held such petty bondage in disdain;. Throwing the base thong from his bending crest,. Enfranchising his mouth , his back, his breast. Teaching the sheets a whiter hue than white,.
But, when his glutton eye so f ull hath fed,. His other agents aim at like delight? Who is so faint, that d are not bo so bold. To to uch the fire, the weather being cold? And learn of him, I heartily beseech thee, 40 4. To take ad vantage on presented joy. Though I were dumb , yet his proceedings teach thee.
O le arn to love, the lesson is bu t plain ,. And once made perfect, neve r lost again. Unless it be a boar, and then I chase it;. My love to love is love but to disgrace it; For I have heard it is a life in death,. That laughs and weeps, and all but with a breath. Who pluck s the bud be fore one leaf put forth? If springing things be any jot diminish'd,. They wither in t heir prime, prove nothing worth;.
The colt that's back'd and burden'd being youn g. Loseth his pride, and never waxeth strong. And leave this idle theme , this bootless chat:. Remove your siege from my unyielding heart;. To love's alarms it will not ope the gate: Dismiss your vows, your feigned tears, your flatt ery;.
For where a heart is hard they make no batter y. Thy mermaid's voice hath done me double wrong;. I had my load before, now press'd with bearing:. Melodiou s discord, heavenly tune, harsh-sounding,. Ear's deep-sweet music, and heart's deep-sore wo unding. That inward beau ty and invisible;. Or were I deaf, thy outward parts would move. Each part in me that were bu t sensible: Though neither e yes nor ears, to hear nor see,. Yet should I be in love b y touching thee. And that I could not se e, nor hear, nor touch, And nothing but the very smel l were left me,.
Yet would my love to thee be still as much;. For from the stil litory of thy face excelling. Comes breath perfum'd that breedeth love by smelling. Being nurse and feede r of th e other four;.
Would they not wish the fea st might ever last ,. And bid Suspicion double- lock the door,. Lest Jealousy, that sour unwelcome guest,.
Shoul d, by his stealing in, distu rb the feast? Once more the ruby- colour'd portal open'd,. Which to his speech did honey passage yield, Like a red morn, that ever yet betoken'd. Wrack to the seaman, tempe st to the field,. Sorrow to shepher ds, woe u nto the birds,.
Gust s and foul flaws to herdmen and to herds. This ill presag e advisedly she marketh:. Even as the wind is hush'd before it raineth,. Or as the wolf dot h grin before he barketh,. Or as the berry breaks before it staineth, Or like the deadly bulle t of a gun,. His meaning st ruck her ere his words begun. And at his look she flatly falleth down. For looks kill love, and love by looks reviveth; A smile r ecures the wounding of a frown;. But blessed bankrupt, that by love so thriveth!
The silly boy, believing she is dead. Claps her pa le cheek, till clapping makes it red; And all ama z'd brake off his late intent,. For sharply he did think to reprehend her,. Which cunning love did wittily prevent:. Fair fa ll the wit that can so well defend her! For on the grass she lies as she were slain. Till his breath breatheth life in her again.
He wrings her nose, he strikes her on the cheeks,. He bends her f ingers, holds her pu lses hard, He chafes her lips; a tho usand ways he seeks. To mend the hurt that his unkindness marr'd:. He kisses her; and she, by her good will,.
Will never rise, so he will kiss her still. The night of sorrow now is turn'd to da y:. Her two blue windows faintl y she up-heaveth,. Like the fair sun, when in his fresh array. He cheers the morn, and all the world relieveth: And as the bright sun glorifies the sky,. So is her face illumin 'd with her eye;. Whose beams upon his hairless face are fix'd,.
As if fro m thence they borrow'd all their shine. Were never four such lamps t ogether mix'd,. Had not his clo uded with his brow's repine;. Bu t hers, which throug h the crystal tears gave light. Shone like the moon in water seen by night. Or in the ocean drench'd, or in th e fire? What hou r is t his? Do I deligh t to die, or life desire? Bu t now I liv'd, and life was death's annoy;. Bu t now I died, and death was lively joy. Thy eyes' shrewd tutor , that hard heart of thine, Hath taught them scornful tricks, and such disdain,.
That they have murd er'd t his poor hea rt of mine;. And t hese mine eyes, true leaders to their queen,. Bu t for thy piteous lips no more had seen. And as they last, their verd ure st ill endure ,. To drive infection from the dangerous year: That the star- gazers, having writ on d eath,.
May say, the plague is banish'd by thy breath. What bargains may I make, st ill t o be sealing? To sell myself I can be well contented,.
So thou wilt buy and pay and use good dealing;. Which pu rchase if thou make, f or fear of slips. Set thy sea l-manual on my wax-red lips. And pay them at thy leisure, one by one. What is t en hundred touches unto thee? Are they not quickly told and quickly gone? Say, for non-payment that the debt should dou ble,. Is twenty hu ndred kisses such a trouble?
Measure my strange ness with my unripe years: Before I know my self, seek not to know me;. No fisher but the ungrown fry forbears:. The mell ow plu m dot h fall, the green sticks fast,. Or being early pluc k'd is sour to taste. His day's hot task hath ended in the west;. The owl, night's herald, shrieks, 'tis very late;. The sheep are gone to fo ld, bir ds to their nest, And coal- black clo uds that shadow hea ven's light.
Do su mmon us to part, a nd bid good night. If you will say so, you shall have a k iss. The honey fee of parting tender'd is:. Her arm s do lend his neck a sweet embrace;.
Incorpor ate the n they seem, face grows to face. Till, breathless, he disjoin'd, and backward drew. The heavenly moist ure, that sweet coral mout h,. Whose precious taste her thirst y lips well knew,. Whereon the y surfeit , yet complain on drouth: He with her plenty press'd, she faint with dearth,. Their l ips together glu'd, fall to the earth. Now quick desire hath caught the yielding prey,. And glutto n-like she feeds, yet n ever filleth; Her lips a re conquerors, his lips obey,. Paying what ransom the ins ulter willeth;.
Whose vulture thought doth pitch t he price so high,. That she will draw his lips' rich treasure dry. And having felt the sweetness of the spoil,. With blindfold fury she begins to forage;. Her face doth reek and smoke, her blood doth boil,.
And careless lust stirs up a desperate cou rage; Planting oblivion, beating reason back,. Forge tting shame's pure blus h and honour' s w rack. Hot, f aint, and weary, with her hard embracing,. Like a wild bird being tam'd with too much han dling,.
Or as the fleet- foot roe that's tir'd with chasing, Or like the froward infant stil l'd with dandling,. He now obeys, and now no more r esisteth,. While she takes all she can, not all she listeth. What wax so frozen but dissolves with tempe ring,.
And yields at last to every light impression? Things out of hope are compass'd oft with venturing,. Chiefly in love, whose leave e xceeds commission: Affection faints not like a pale-fac'd coward,. Bu t then woos best when most his choice is froward. When he did frown, O! Such nectar from his lips she had not suck'd. O had thy mother borne so hard a mind, She had not brought forth thee, but died unkind.
Or what great danger dwells upon my suit? What were thy lips the worse for one poor kiss? Sometimes she shakes her head, and then his hand, Now gazeth she on him, now on the ground; Sometimes her arms infold him like a band: She would, he will not in her arms be bound; And when from thence he struggles to be gone, She locks her lily fingers one in one.
Struck dead at first, what needs a second striking? Poor queen of love, in thine own law forlorn, To love a cheek that smiles at thee in scorn! For rich caparisons or trappings gay? He sees his love, and nothing else he sees, For nothing else with his proud sight agrees.
He looks upon his love, and neighs unto her; She answers him as if she knew his mind, Being proud, as females are, to see him woo her, She puts on outward strangeness, seems unkind, Spurns at his love and scorns the heat he feels, Beating his kind embracements with her heels.
O learn to love, the lesson is but plain, And once made perfect, never lost again. Who plucks the bud before one leaf put forth? And at his look she flatly falleth down For looks kill love, and love by looks reviveth; A smile recures the wounding of a frown; But blessed bankrout, that by love so thriveth! The silly boy, believing she is dead, Claps her pale cheek, till clapping makes it red.
What hour is this? Do I delight to die, or life desire? Are they not quickly told and quickly gone? Were beauty under twenty locks kept fast, Yet love breaks through, and picks them all at last. Would root these beauties as he roots the mead.
Within my bosom, whereon thou dost lie, My boding heart pants, beats, and takes no rest, But like an earthquake, shakes thee on my breast. Anon their loud alarums he doth hear; And now his grief may be compared well To one sore sick that hears the passing bell. The path is smooth that leadeth on to danger; I hate not love, but your device in love That lends embracements unto every stranger.
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