IDENTILIN$$ F107WA1|EpEliz|WA MS41(Morley)|ff.70v-72v./EWStrans/o/28May86 /P:GAS,5-8-90,o/C:T-LP,12Jun91
107.WA1.HE1 An Epithalamion
107.WA1.HE2 on the Ladye /Elizab & Count Palat [70v]
107.WA1.HE3om
107.WA1.001 Hayle Bishop Valentine: Whose day this is
107.WA1.002 All the Ayre is thy diocesse
107.WA1.003 And all the Chirping Quoristers
107.WA1.004 And other birds are thy parishiones
107.WA1.005 Thou marriest every yeare.
107.WA1.006 The liriq%Q Lark and the graue whispering Doue
107.WA1.007 The Sparro%5w%6 y%5t%6 neglects his life for loue
107.WA1.008 The houshould bird w%5th%6 y%5e%6 r%Ys%Zed stomacher
107.WA1.009 Thou makst y%5e%6 blackbird speed as soone
107.WA1.010 As doth the goldfinch or y%5e%6 halcione
107.WA1.011 The husband Cock looks out and straight is sped
107.WA1.012 And meete his Wife w%5ch%6 brings her Feather bed
107.WA1.013 This day more chearfully then euer, shine
107.WA1.014 This day w%5ch%6 might enflame thy selfe (old Valen\tine[gutter]
107.WA1.015 Till no%5w%6 thou warmst w%5th%6 multiplying loues
107.WA1.016 Two larks two sparrows and two doues
107.WA1.017 All y%5t%6 is nothing vnto this
107.WA1.018 For thou this day couplest two Phoe%Lnixes
107.WA1.019 Thou makes a taper see
107.WA1.020 W%5t%6 the Sunn nere saw and w%5t%6 y%5e%6 arke
107.WA1.021 W%5ch%6 was of fowls and beasts y%5e%6 cage and p*%5a%6rke
107.WA1.022 did not contayne one bed contaynes through thee
107.WA1.023 Two Phoe%Lnixes whose ioyned brests [71]
107.WA1.024 Are vnto one an other mutuall nests
107.WA1.025 Where motion kindles shuch fires as shall giue
107.WA1.026 Young Phoe%Lnixes, and yet the old shall liue.
107.WA1.027 Whose loue and courage neuer shall decline
107.WA1.028 But make y%5e%6 whole Yeare through thy day (O Valentin[gutter]
107.WA1.029 Vp then faire Phoe%Lnix bird; frustrate the sunn
107.WA1.030 Thy selfe from thime affection
107.WA1.031 Takst warmth enouth, and from thyne eye
107.WA1.032 All lesser birds will take theire idyletye,
107.WA1.033 [I5]Vp vp fayre Bird and call
107.WA1.034 The Starrs from out their seaerall boxes, take
107.WA1.035 Thy Rubies pearls and Diamonds forth, and make
107.WA1.036 Thy selfe a constellation of them all.
107.WA1.037 And by this blazing signifie
107.WA1.038 That a greate prince falls and doth nott dye.
107.WA1.039 Be thou a new starr y%5t%6 to vs portends
107.WA1.040 Ends of much wonder and be y%5u%6 those ends
107.WA1.041 Since tho|u| dost this day in new glory shine
107.WA1.042 May all men date records from thy day (Valentin[trimmed]
107.WA1.043 Come forth Come forth and as one glorious Flame
107.WA1.044 meeting an other grows y%5e%6 same
107.WA1.045 So meet thy Fredetiq%Q and soe
107.WA1.046 to an vnspeakable vnion gro%5w%6
107.WA1.047 Since seperation
107.WA1.048 Falls not one such things are->>as< are infinite [71v]
107.WA1.049 Now things which are but on>>%^%5e%6<< can disunite
107.WA1.050 You are twise->>twice< inseperable Greate and one
107.WA1.051 Goe then to where y%5e%6 Bishope stayes
107.WA1.052 to make yo%Yur%Z%5>w<%6 one his way w%5ch%6 diuerse wayes
107.WA1.053 must om>>%^<<[LM:>>be<<] effected. And when all is past
107.WA1.054 And when yo%5w%6 are One by harts and hands made fast
107.WA1.055 Yo%5w%6 two have one way lefft y%5r%6 selus %Yp%Z%5t'%6entwine
107.WA1.056 besids this bishops knott, o%5r%6 bishope Valentine
107.WA1.057 But %5>oh<%6 what ayles y%5e%6 Sunn y%5t%6 heare be stayes
107.WA1.058 [I5]longer to day then other dayes
107.WA1.059 [I5]stayes he ne%5w%6 light fro%M these to gett
107.WA1.060 And finding heare such store is lo%5>a<%6th to sett
107.WA1.061 And why doe yo%5w%6 >>%Y<>%Z%^%5two%6<< walke
107.WA1.062 so slowly pacd in this procession?
107.WA1.063 is all y%5r%6 care but to be lookd vpon
107.WA1.064 and be to others spectacle and talke
107.WA1.065 The feasts w%5th%6 gloriouss delayes
107.WA1.066 Is eaten and to long theire meate they prayes
107.WA1.067 The maskers come too late and I thinke will %Ybray%Z%7>stay<%8
107.WA1.068 Like Fayeryes till the Cock crow y%5m%6 away
107.WA1.069 Alas did nott A*%5>n<%6tiquitie assyne
107.WA1.070 A night as well as day to thee (O Valentine
107.WA1.071 It did:, and night is come: And it wee see [72]
107.WA1.072 [I5]formalityes retarding thee
107.WA1.073 [I5]W%5t%6 meane these Ladies w%5ch%6 as though
107.WA1.074 they weare to take a clock in peices goe
107.WA1.075 so nicely about the Bride
107.WA1.076 A Bride before a Good night could be sayde
107.WA1.077 Should %Ybe#sayde%Z#vanish from her cloaths into her bi
107.WA1.078 As souls from bodyes steale and are not spyde
107.WA1.079 But no%5w%6 shees layd; what though shee bee
107.WA1.080 Yet there are more delayes for where is >%Ys%Zh<%6eare after sp|h|/ea[trimmed]
107.WA1.082 First her sheets y%5n%6 her armes than any where
107.WA1.083 Lett not then this day but this night be thine
107.WA1.084 The day was but thy E'ue to this (O Valentine
107.WA1.085 Here lies a shee sunn and a hee moone here
107.WA1.086 [I5]Shee giues the best light to his spheare
107.WA1.087 [I5]Or each is both and all and so
107.WA1.088 They vnto one another nothing owe
107.WA1.089 and yet they doe, but are
107.WA1.090 So iust and rich in that coyne w%5ch%6 they pay
107.WA1.091 that neither would nor needs forbeuae of >>%Y<>%Z#sta[trimmed]<<
107.WA1.092 Neither desires to be spard nor to spare
107.WA1.093 They quickly pay the debt and then
107.WA1.094 Take noe acquittances but pay again|d|e
107.WA1.095 They pay they giue they lend and soe lett fall
107.WA1.096 Noe such occasion to be liberall
107.WA1.097 More truth more Courage in theise two doe shine
107.WA1.098 Then all thy turtles haue and sparrows (Valentin
107.WA1.099 And by this Acte of these two phoe%Lnixes [72v]
107.WA1.100 [I5]Nat|nae| agayne restored is
107.WA1.101 [I5]For since these two are two noe more
107.WA1.102 There is but one |P|hoe%Lnix still at->>as< was before
107.WA1.103 [I3]Rest now at last. And wee
107.WA1.104 As Satyres watch y%5e%6 sunns aprise, will stay
107.WA1.105 Wayting when y%5r%6 eyes opened, lett out day
107.WA1.106 only desired because y%5t%6 face wee see.
107.WA1.107 otheres neres yow, shall whispering speake,
107.WA1.108 And wagers lay, at which side day will breake
107.WA1.109 And winne by obseruing then whose hand it is
107.WA1.110 That opens first a curtayne Hers or his
107.WA1.111 This will be try'd to morro%5w%6 after nyne
107.WA1.112 Till w%5ch%6 howre wee thy day enlarge (O Bishop Valent/ine
107.WA1.0SSom
107.WA1.0$$ Indentation irregular, basically flush left; sts (except the lst) numbered in arabic numerals centered & between braces, i.e., {2}.