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First Line: Each man me telleth I change most my devise
Last Line: But always one your own both firm and stable.
Alternate Author Name(s): Wyat, Thomas
Subject(s): Fidelity; Faithfulness; Constancy


Each man me telleth I change most my devise,
And on my faith me think it good reason
To change propose like after the season,
For in every case to keep still one guise
Is meet for them that would be taken wise,
And I am not of such manner condition
But treated after a diverse fashion,
And thereupon my diverseness doth rise.
But you that blame this diverseness most,
Change you no more, but still after one rate
Treat ye me well, and keep ye in the same state,
And while with me doth dwell this wearied ghost
My word nor I shall not be variable,
But always one your own both firm and stable.






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