IDENTILIN$$ F017B47/ Stowe 962/ (ff.127v-128v)/GL/cor GAS/o/8-1-92
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017.B47.001 Marry & loue thy fflauia for she
017.B47.002 hath althinges whereby others beauteous be
017.B47.003 ffor though her eyes be smale her mouth is greate
017.B47.004 though they be yuory yet her teeth be iet
017.B47.005 though they be dim%Me, yet she is light enough
017.B47.006 and though her harsh hayre fall her skinn is rough
017.B47.007 w%5t%6 though her cheekes be yellow, her heyre's redd
017.B47.008 and giue her thine, she hath a mayden=heade.
017.B47.009 these thinges are beauties elements, where these
017.B47.010 meete in one y%5t%6 one must as p%Pfect please
017.B47.011 If redd & white & each good qualitie [f.128r
017.B47.012 be in thy wench, ne're aske where it doth lye.
017.B47.013 In buyinge thinges p%Pfumed we aske if there
017.B47.014 be muske & amber in it but not where
017.B47.015 though all the partes be not in y%5e%6 vsuall place
017.B47.016 Yet she hath the Annagram of a good face
017.B47.017 If we could put the letters but on way
017.B47.018 in the leane dearth of wordes w%5t%6 could we say
017.B47.019 when by a Gam%Muth some musitians make
017.B47.020 a p%Pfect songe, others will vndertake
017.B47.021 by the same Gam%Muth chayng'd, to equall it
017.B47.022 thinges simplie good can neuer be vnfitt
017.B47.023 shees fayre as any if all be like her
017.B47.024 and if non be then is shee singuler
017.B47.025 all loue is wonderfull, if we iustly doe
017.B47.026 accompt her wonderfull, why not louely too?
017.B47.027 loue built on beautie soone as beautie dies
017.B47.028 choose this face chayng'd by noe deformities
017.B47.029 woemen are all like Angells, the fayrer be
017.B47.030 like those that fell to worst, but such as shee
017.B47.031 like to good Angells nothinge can impayre
017.B47.032 'tis lesse greife to be foule, then to haue bene fayre
017.B47.033 for on nightes reuells silke & gold we chuse
017.B47.034 but in longe iournies cloath & leather vse
017.B47.035 beautie is barren oft, best husbandes say
017.B47.036 there is best land where there is fowlest way. [CW:O what a.|]
017.B47.037 O w%5t%6 a soueraygne playster will shee be [f.128v
017.B47.038 If thy past sinnes haue taught thee Ielousie
017.B47.039 here needes noe spies, noe Eunukes, her Com%Mitt
017.B47.040 safe to thy foes, yea to a Marmosett
017.B47.041 whom Belgias Citties y%5e%6 foule Country drownes
017.B47.042 the durtie foulnes guardes & Armes the townes
017.B47.043 soe doth her face guarde hers, & soe for thee
017.B47.044 who for'st for buisines absent oft must be
017.B47.045 she whose face like cloudes, makes day seeme night
017.B47.046 who mightyer then the sea makes Moores seeme white
017.B47.047 who though seuen yeares she in the stewes had layd
017.B47.048 a nunry durst receiue & thinke a mayde
017.B47.049 And though in Childbirthes labour she did lye
017.B47.050 midwifes would sweare 'twere but a tympany
017.B47.051 whom if she accuse her selfe I credite lesse
017.B47.052 then witches w%5ch%6 impossibles confesse
017.B47.053 whom dildoes, bedstaues & a vellet glasse
017.B47.054 would be as loath to touch as Ioseph was.
017.B47.055 One like non, & liked of non fitter were
017.B47.056 for thinges in fashion euery man will weare.|
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