Then Heardmen wilde, who carelesse, in quiet life reioyce? (5) And Fortunes Fate not fearing, Sing sweet in Sommer morning.
Their dealings plaine and rightfull are voyd of all deceit: They neuer know how spightfull, (10) it is to kneele and waite; On fauourite presumptuous, Whose pride is vaine and sumptuous.
All day their flocks each tendeth, at night they take their rest: (15) More quiet then who sendeth his ship into the East; Where gold and pearle are plentie, But getting very daintie.
For Lawyers and their pleading, (20) they’steeme it not a straw: They thinke that honest meaning, is of it selfe a law; Where conscience iudgeth plainely, They spend no money vainely.