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First Line: Jasper a swayne vpon the cotswold hill
Last Line: (at the desire of iasper) thus repeated.
Subject(s): Country Life; Shepherds & Shepherdesses; Walnuts


IASPER a Swayne vpon the Cotswold hill,
And Ieffrey, Shepheard on the banks of Thame,
Together met (as sometimes Shepheards will),
Iasper, who of a tale had heard the fame
That Iefferye told, desires to heare the same,
Which gentle Iefferye, easily entreated,
(At the desire of Iasper) thus repeated.





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