M Adame, withouten many wordes: Once I am sure, you will, or no. And if you will: then leaue your boordes, And vse your wit, and shew it so: (5) For with a beck you shal me call. And if of one, that burns alway, Ye haue pity or ruth at all: Answer him faier with yea, or nay. If it be yea: I shall be faine. +(10) Yf it be nay: frendes, as before. You shall another man obtain: And I mine owne, and yours nomore.
To his loue whom he
had kissed against
her will. +
A Las, Madame, for stealing of a kisse, Haue I so much your minde therin offended? Or haue I done so greuously amisse: That by no meanes it may not be amended? (5) Reuenge you then, the rediest way is this: Another kisse my life it shal haue ended. For, to my mouth the first my hart did suck: The next shal clene out of my brest it pluck. +