Poetry Explorer- Classic Contemporary Poetry, PURIFICATION OF YE B. VIRGIN (TO A BASE, A TENOR, AND TWO TREBLES), by JOSEPH BEAUMONT



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PURIFICATION OF YE B. VIRGIN (TO A BASE, A TENOR, AND TWO TREBLES), by            
First Line: How shall chrystall purer grow?
Last Line: Sweet law of humilitie.
Subject(s): Mary. Mother Of Jesus; Women In The Bible; Worship; Virgin Mary


HOW shall Chrystall purer grow?
What shall purge, & whiten Snow?
In this Sacred Virgin-Mother
Snow & Chrystall joyne together.
What shall Days faire gate adorne,
What shall gild ye face of Morne?
Ne'r did East so pure as Shee
Beare a Sun of Majestie.
Yet must Chrystall, yet must Snow,
Yet must th' East to clensing goe:
By no Law, but onely the
Sweet Law of Humilitie.





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