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For their faire eyes glauncing, (35) Like to Cupids dauncing, roule about still to deceaue vs: With vaine hopes deluding, Still dispraise concluding, Now they loue, and now they leaue vs.
(40) Thus I doo despaire, haue her I shall neuer, If she be so coy, lost is all my loue: But she is so faire (45) I must loue her euer, All my paine is ioy, which for her I proue. If I should her trie, And she should denie (50) heauie hart with woe will breake: Though against my will, Tongue thou must be still, for she will not heare thee speake. Then with sighs goe prooue her, (55) Let them shew I loue her, gracious Venus be my guide: But though I complaine me, She will still disdaine me, beauty is so full of pride.
(60) What though she be faire? speake, and feare not speeding, Be she nere so coy, yet she may be wunne: Vnto her repaire, (65) where her Flocks are feeding, Sit and tick and toytill set be the Sunne.