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First Line: Ah! Tell me, love, thy nesting place
Last Line: First to my face, and then to cynthia's breast.
Subject(s): Love


AH! Tell me, Love, thy nesting place,
Is't in my heart, or Cynthia's face?
For when I see her graces shine,
There art thou perch'd with pow'r divine:
Yet straight I feel thy pointed dart,
And find thee flutt'ring in my heart;
Then since amongst us thou wilt show,
The many tricks thou, Love, canst do,
Prithee for sport remove thy nest,
First to my face, and then to Cynthia's breast.





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