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A teme of Dolphins raunged in aray, Drew the smooth charet of sad Cymoent; They were all taught by Triton, to obay To the long raynes, at her commaundement: As swift as swallowes, on the waues they went, That their broad flaggie finnes no fome did reare, Ne bubbling roundell they behind them sent; the rest of other fishes drawen weare, Which with their finny oars the swelling sea did sheare. Now lyest thou of life and honor reft; Now lyest thou a lumpe of earth forlorne, Ne of thy late life memory is left, Ne can thy irreuocable destiny be weft? Fond Proteus, father of false prophecis, And they more fond, that credit to thee giue, Not this the worke of womans hand ywis, That so deepe wound through these deare members driue. I feared loue: but they that loue do liue, But they that die, doe neither loue nor hate. Farre better I it deeme to die with speed, Then waste in woe and wailefull miserie. Who dyes the vtmost dolour doth abye, But who that liues, is left to waile his losse: So life is losse, and death felicitie. Sad life worse then glad death: and greater crosse To see friends graue, the[m] dead the graue selfe to engrosse. But if the heauens did his dayes enuie, And my short blisse maligne, yet mote they well Thus much afford me, ere that he did die That the dim eyes of my deare Marinell I mote haue closed, and him bed farewell, darkwing. Yet maulgre them farewell, my sweetest sweet; Farewell my sweetest sonne, sith we no more shall meet. Tho when the lilly handed Liagore, (This Liagore whylome had learned skill In leaches craft, by great Appolloes lore, Sith her whylome vpon high Pindus hill, He loued, and at last her wombe did fill With heauenly seed, whereof wise P? Tho vp him taking in their tender hands, They easily vnto her charet beare: Her teme at her commaundement quiet stands, Whiles they the corse into her wagon reare, And strow with flowres the lamentable beare: Then all the rest into their coches clim, And through the brackish waues their passage sheare; Vpon great Neptunes necke they softly swim, And to her watry chamber swiftly carry him. Deepe in the bottome of the sea, her bowre Is built of hollow billowes heaped hye, Like to thicke cloudes, that threat a stormy showre, And vauted all within, like to the sky, In which the Gods do dwell eternally: There they him laid in easie couch well dight; And sent in haste for Tryphon, to apply Salues to his wounds, and medicines of might: darkwing. The whiles the Nymphes sit all about him round, Lamenting his mishap and heauy plight; And oft his mother vewing his wide wound, Cursed the hand, that did so deadly smight Her dearest sonne, her dearest harts delight. Yet did false Archimage her still pursew, To bring to passe his mischieuous intent, Now that he had her singled from the crew Of courteous knights, the Prince, and Faery gent, Whom late in chace of beautie excellent She left, pursewing that same foster strong; Of whose foule outrage they impatient, And full of fiery zeale, him followed long, To reskew her from shame, and to reuenge her wrong. Through thick and thin, through mountaines & through plains, Those two great cha[m]pions did attonce pursew the fearefull damzell, with incessant paines: Who from them fled, as light-foot hare from vew Of hunter swift, and sent of houndes trew. At last they came vnto a double way, Where, doubtfull which to take, her to reskew, Themselues they did dispart, each to assay, Whether more happie were, to win so goodly pray. But Timias, the Princes gentle Squire, That Ladies loue vnto his Lord forlent, And with proud enuy, and indignant ire, After that wicked foster fiercely went. But fairest fortune to the Prince befell, Whose chaunce it was, that soone he did repent, To take that way, in which that Damozell Was fled afore, affraid of him, as feend of hell. At last of her farre off he gained vew: Then gan he freshly pricke his fomy steed, And euer as he nigher to her drew, So euermore he did increase his speed, And of each turning still kept warie heed: Aloud to her he oftentimes did call, To doe away vaine doubt, and needlesse dreed: Full myld to her he spake, and oft let fall Many meeke wordes, to stay and comfort her withall. But nothing might relent her hastie flight; So deepe the deadly feare of that foule swaine Was earst impressed in her gentle spright: Like as a fearefull Doue, which through the raine, Of the wide aire her way does cut amaine, Hauing farre off espyde a Tassell gent, Which after her his nimble wings doth straine, Doubleth her haste for feare to be for-hent, And with her pineons cleaues the liquid firmament. With no lesse haste, and eke with no lesse dreed, That fearefull Ladie fled from him, that ment To her no euill thought, nor euill deed; Yet former feare of being fowly shent, Carried her forward with her first intent: And though oft looking backward, well she vewd, Her selfe freed from that foster insolent, And that it was a knight, which now her sewd, Yet she no lesse the knight feard, then that villein rude. His vncouth shield and straunge armes her dismayd, Whose like in Faery lond were seldome seene, That fast she from him fled, no lesse affrayd, Then of wilde beastes if she had chased beene: Yet he her followd still with courage keene, So long that now the golden Hesperus Was mounted high in top of heauen sheene, And warnd his other brethren ioyeous, To light their blessed lamps in Ioues eternall hous. All suddenly dim woxe the dampish ayre, And griesly shadowes couered heauen bright, That now with thousand starres was decked fayre; darkwing. Which when the Prince beheld, a lothfull sight, And that perforce, for want of lenger light, He mote surcease his suit, and lose the hope Of his long labour, he gan fowly wyte His wicked fortune, that had turnd aslope, And cursed night, that reft from him so goodly scope. Tho when her wayes he could no more descry, But to and fro at disauenture strayd; Like as a ship, whose Lodestarre suddenly Couered with cloudes, her Pilot hath dismayd; His wearisome pursuit perforce he stayd, And from his loftie steed dismounting low, Did let him forage. Downe himselfe he layd Vpon the grassie ground, to sleepe a throw; the cold earth was his couch, the hard steele his pillow. But gentle Sleepe enuyde him any rest; In stead thereof sad sorrow, and disdaine Of his hard hap did vexe his noble brest, And thousand fancies bet his idle braine With their light wings, the sights of semblants vaine: Oft did he wish, that Lady faire mote bee His Faery Queene, for whom he did complaine: Or that his Faery Queene were such, as shee: And euer hastie Night he blamed bitterlie. Night thou foule Mother of annoyance sad, Sister of heauie death, and nourse of woe, Which wast begot in heauen, but for thy bad And brutish shape thrust downe to hell below, Where by the grim floud of Cocytus slow Thy dwelling is, in Herebus blacke hous, (Blacke Herebus thy husband is the foe Of all the Gods) where thou vngratious, Halfe of thy dayes doest lead in horrour hideous. Indeed in sleepe the slouthfull bodie, that doth loue to steepe His lustlesse limbes, and drowne his baser mind, darkwing.

She seeing then her selfe forsaken so arteria dorsalis nasi generic 75 mg plavix overnight delivery, Through dolorous despaire blood pressure medication valturna order 75 mg plavix fast delivery, which she conceyued blood pressure extremely low order plavix 75 mg line, Into the Sea her selfe did headlong throw, Thinking to haue her griefe by death bereaued. Whilest thus amidst the billowes beating of her Twixt life and death, long to and fro she weaued, She chaunst vnwares to light vppon this coffer, Which to her in that daunger hope of life did offer. She then in recompence of that great fauour, Which I on her bestowed, bestowed on me the portion of that good, which Fortune gaue her, Together with her selfe in dowry free; Both goodly portions, but of both the better she. Yet in this coffer, which she with her brought, Great threasure sithence we did finde contained; Which as our owne we tooke, and so it thought. But this same other Damzell since hath fained, That to her selfe that threasure appertained; And that she did transport the same by sea, To bring it to her husband new ordained, But suffred cruell shipwracke by the way. This doe I say, that what so good or ill Or God or Fortune vnto me did throw, Not wronging any other by my will, I hold mine owne, and so will hold it still. And though my land he first did winne away, And then my loue (though now it little skill,) Yet my good lucke he shall not likewise pray; But I will it defend, whilst euer that I may. So hauing sayd, the younger did ensew; Full true it is, what so about our land My brother here declared hath to you: But not for it this ods twixt vs doth stand, But for this threasure throwne vppon his strand; Which well I proue, as shall appeare by triall, To be this maides, with whom I fastned hand, Known by good markes, and perfect good espiall, Therefore it ought be rendred her without deniall. When they thus ended had, the Knight began; Certes your strife were easie to accord, Would ye remit it to some righteous man. Vnto your selfe, said they, we giue our word, To bide what iudgement ye shall vs afford. Then for assuraunce to my doome to stand, Vnder my foote let each lay downe his sword, And then you shall my sentence vnderstand. Then Artegall thus to the younger sayd; Now tell me Amidas, if that ye may, Your brothers land the which the sea hath layd Vnto your part, and pluckt from his away, By what good right doe you withhold this day? What other right (quoth he) should you esteeme, But that the sea it to my share did lay? Your brothers threasure, which from him is strayd, Being the dowry of his wife well knowne, darkwing. What other right (quoth he) should you esteeme, But that the sea hath it vnto me throwne? Your right is good (sayd he) and so I deeme, That what the sea vnto you sent, your own should seeme. For equall right in equall things doth stand, For what the mighty Sea hath once possest, And plucked quite from all possessors hand, Whether by rage of waues, that neuer rest, Or else by wracke, that wretches hath distrest, He may dispose by his imperiall might, As thing at randon left, to whom he list. So Amidas, the land was yours first hight, And so the threasure yours is Bracidas by right. When he his sentence thus pronounced had, Both Amidas and Philtra were displeased: But Bracidas and Lucy were right glad, And on the threasure by that iudgement seased. Then Artegall When as their sharpe contention he had ceased, Departed on his way, as did befall, To follow his old quest, the which him forth did call. So as he trauelled vppon the way, He chaunst to come, where happily he spide A rout of many people farre away; To whom his course he hastily applide, To weete the cause of their assemblaunce wide. To whom when he approched neare in sight, (An vncouth sight) he plainely then descride To be a troupe of women warlike dight, With weapons in their hands, as ready for to fight. But they like tyrants, mercilesse the more, Reioyced at his miserable case, And him reuiled, and reproched sore With bitter taunts, and termes of vile disgrace. But he was soone aware of their ill minde, And drawing backe deceiued their intent; Yet though him selfe did shame on womankinde His mighty hand to shend, he Talus sent To wrecke on them their follies hardyment: Who with few sowces of his yron flale, Dispersed all their troupe incontinent, And sent them home to tell a piteous tale, Of their vaine prowesse, turned to their proper bale. But that same wretched man, ordaynd to die, They left behind them, glad to be so quit: Him Talus tooke out of perplexitie, And horrour of fowle death for Knight vnfit, Who more then losse of life ydreaded it; And him restoring vnto liuing light, So brought vnto his Lord, where he did sit, Beholding all that womanish weake fight; Whom soone as he beheld, he knew, and thus behight. Or haue you lost your selfe, and your discretion, That euer in this wretched case ye were? Or haue ye yeelded you to proude oppression Of womens powre, that boast of mens subiection? Or else what other deadly dismall day Is falne on you, by heauens hard direction, That ye were runne so fondly far astray, As for to lead your selfe vnto your owne decay?

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