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THE SECOND BROTHER; ACT 1, SCENE 2, by             Poet's Biography
First Line: Will you sleep these dark hours, maiden
Last Line: And ends in those two eyes of blue.
Subject(s): Courts & Courtiers; Royal Court Life; Royalty; Kings; Queens


Will you sleep these dark hours, maiden,
Beneath the vine that rested
Its slender boughs, so purply-laden,
All the day around that elm
In the mead, nightingale-nested,
Which you dark hill wears for an helm,
Pasture-robed and forest-crested?
There the night of lovely hue
Peeps the fearful branches through,
And ends in those two eyes of blue.





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