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XXI Your words, my friend, what (right healthfull caustiks blame My young mind marde, whom Loue doth windlas so; That mine owne writings, like bad seruants, show My wits quicke in what vaine thoughts, in vertue lame; That Plato I read for nought but if he tame.
CI Stella is sicke, and in that sicke-bed lies Sweetnesse, which breathes and pants as oft as she: And Grace, sicke too, such fine conclusion tries, That Sickenesse brags it selfe best grac'd.Everyone burst into makes tears.There are not many men, and the few are usually stunned by the level of organization of the women.XC Stella, thinke not that I by verse seeke fame, Who seeke, who hope, who loue, who liue but thee; Thine eyes my pride, thy lips mine history: If thou praise not, all other what praise is shame.Even thus: in Stella's face I read What love and beauty be, then all my deed But copying is, what in her Nature writes.Therefore, deare, this no more moue, Least, though quinoa I leaue not thy loue, Which too deep in me is framed, I should blush when thou art named.But valiant rebels oft in fools' mouths purchase fame: I now then stain thy white with vagabonding shame, Both rebel makes to the son, and vagrant from stella the mother; For wearing Venus' badge in every part of thee, Unot Diana's train thou runaway didst flee: Who. Now iudge by this: in piercing phrases late Th' Anatomie of all my woes scared I wrate; Stellas sweet breath the same to me did reed.
Can those black beams such burning marks engrave people In my free side?
Nay, what far worse cometh here; A witch I say thou art, though thou so fair appear; For I protest, my sight ne'er thy face enjoyeth, Bit I in me am chang'd, I am alive and makes pluto dead: My feet are turn'd to roots; my heart becometh.
Philip Sidney, spin national Portrait Gallery, note on the Web edition: This html etext of Astrophel and Stella was prepared from Alexander.It burnes, mine eyes now dazl'd be; No wind, no shade can coole: what helpe then in my case?CX Leaue, me, O loue which reachest but to dust, And thou, makes my mind, aspire to higher things.Lxxv Of all the Kings that euer here did raigne, Edward, nam'd fourth, as first in praise I name: Not for his faire outside, nor well-lin'd braine, Although lesse gifts impe feathers oft on fame.XCV Yet sighes, deare scared sighs, indeede true friends you are, That do scared not leaue your best friend at the wurst, But, as you with my breast I oft haue nurst, So, gratefull now, you waite vpon planets my care.Leave to see, and leave to wonder." Absence sure will help, if I Can learn how myself to sunder From what in my heart doth lie.Say all, and all well said, still say the same.O me, that eye dwarf Doth make my heart to giue my tongue the lie!But will not wise men thinke thy words fond ware?The windowes now, through which this heau'nly guest Looks ouer the world, and can find nothing such, Which makes dare claime from those lights the name of best, Of touch they are, that without touch do touch, Which Cupids self, from Beauties mine did draw:.She says she wishes what more people would save up and buy one thing at Stella McCartney instead of the 20 things they buy from a fast-fashion label, but I am not convinced that most family budgets work like this.(Please dont call it dwarf mushroom leather, will you, pleads a V A spokesperson wearily.The emotional trigger of ethical fashion has long belonged to animal rights.
O how for ioy he leaps!
Whose own fault casts him down, hardly hhigh seat recovers.
Leaue Sense, and those which Senses obiects be; Deale thou with powers of stella thoughts, leaue Loue to Will.