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Afflicts both earth and skies, And to his woe betooke, Doth breake both pipe and hooke. +For whom complaines the morne, (25) For whom the Sea-Nimphs mourne. Alas his paine is nought, For were my woe but thought: Oh how would Phæbe sigh, if she did looke on me?
Beyond compare my paine, (30) yet glad am I: If gentle Phæbe daine, to see her Montane die.

FINIS. Thom. Lodge.

¶ Phæbes Sonnet, a replie to Montanus passion. +

D Owne a downe, +Thus Phillis sung, By fancie once distressed: Who so by foolish Loue are stung (5) are worthily oppressed. And so sing I, with downe a downe, &c.
When Loue was first begot, And by the mothers will: Did fall to humane lot, (10) His solace to fulfill. Deuoide of all deceite, A chaste and holy fire: