Sir John Suckling
Love Turned To Hatred by Sir John Suckling

Love Turned To Hatred by Sir John Suckling

I will not love one minute more, I swear!No, not a minute! Not a sigh or tearThou gett'st from me, or one kind look again,Though thou shouldst court me to 't, and wouldst begin.I ...

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Why So Pale And Wan, Fond Lover? by Sir John Suckling

Why So Pale And Wan, Fond Lover? by Sir John Suckling

Why so pale and wan, fond lover?Prithee, why so pale?--Will, when looking well can't move her,Looking ail prevail?Prithee, why so pale?Why so dull and mute, young sinner?Prithee, ...

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The Constant Lover by Sir John Suckling

The Constant Lover by Sir John Suckling

Out upon it, I have lov'dThree whole days together;And am like to love three more,If it prove fair weather.Time shall molt away his wingsEre he shall discoverIn such whole wide ...

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When, Dearest, I But Think Of Thee by Sir John Suckling

When, Dearest, I But Think Of Thee by Sir John Suckling

When, dearest I but think of thee,Methinks all things that lovely beAre present, and my soul delighted:For beauties that from worth ariseAre like the grace of deities,Still ...

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I Prithee Send Me Back My Heart by Sir John Suckling

I Prithee Send Me Back My Heart by Sir John Suckling

I prithee send me back my heart,Since I cannot have thine;For if from yours you will not part,Why, then, shouldst thou have mine?Yet now I think on't, let it lie,To find it were ...

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A Supplement Of An Imperfect Copy Of Verses Of Mr. William by Sir John Suckling

A Supplement Of An Imperfect Copy Of Verses Of Mr. William by Sir John Suckling

One of her hands one of her cheeks lay under, Cosening the pillow of a lawful kiss, Which therefore swell'd, and seem'd to part asunder, As angry to be robb'd of such ...

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Sonnet I by Sir John Suckling

Sonnet I by Sir John Suckling

Dost see how unregarded now That piece of beauty passes?There was a time when I did vow To that alone; But mark the fate of faces;The red and white works now no ...

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Out Upon It, I Have Lov’D by Sir John Suckling

Out Upon It, I Have Lov’D by Sir John Suckling

Out upon it, I have lov'dThree whole days together;And am like to love three more,If it prove fair weather.Time shall moult away his wings,Ere he shall discoverIn the whole wide ...

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A Doubt Of Martyrdom by Sir John Suckling

A Doubt Of Martyrdom by Sir John Suckling

O for some honest lover’s ghost,Some kind unbodied postSent from the shades below!I strangely long to knowWhether the noble chaplets wearThose that their mistress’ scorn did ...

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If You Refuse Me Once, And Think Again by Sir John Suckling

If You Refuse Me Once, And Think Again by Sir John Suckling

If you refuse me once, and think again,I will complain.You are deceiv'd, love is no work of art,It must be got and born,Not made and worn,By every one that hath a heart.Or do you ...

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Song by Sir John Suckling

Song by Sir John Suckling

Why so pale and wan fond lover? Prithee why so pale?Will, when looking well can't move her, Looking ill prevail? Prithee why so pale?Why so dull and mute young sinner? ...

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Sonnet by Sir John Suckling

Sonnet by Sir John Suckling

Oh, for some honest lover's ghost,Some kind unbodied postSent from the shades below!I strangely long to knowWhether the noble chaplets wearThose that their mistress' scorn did ...

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At A Wedding by Sir John Suckling

At A Wedding by Sir John Suckling

Her feet beneath her petticoatLike little mice, stole in and out,As if they feared the light.And oh! She dances such a wayNo sun upon an Easter dayIs half so fine a sight.

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I Prithee Spare Me Gentle Boy by Sir John Suckling

I Prithee Spare Me Gentle Boy by Sir John Suckling

I prithee spare me gentle boy,Press me no more for that slight toy,That foolish trifle of an heart;I swear it will not do its part,Though thou dost thine, employ'st thy pow'r and ...

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Loving And Beloved by Sir John Suckling

Loving And Beloved by Sir John Suckling

There never yet was honest manThat ever drove the trade of love;It is impossible, nor canIntegrity our ends promove:For Kings and Lovers are alike in thisThat their chief art in ...

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