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AN EPITAPH UPON DOCTOR BROOKE, by             Poet's Biography
First Line: A brooke whose streame so great, so good
Last Line: The muses with their teares supply.
Subject(s): Brooke, Samuel (D. 1631)


A Brooke whose streame so great, so good,
Was lov'd, was honour'd as a flood:
Whose Bankes the Muses dwelt upon,
More then their owne Helicon;
Here at length, hath gladly found
A quiet passage under ground;
Meane while his loved bankes now dry,
The Muses with their teares supply.





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