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HINC LACHRIMAE; OR THE AUTHOR TO AURORA: 13, by             Poet's Biography
First Line: And that thou may'st remember thy disdain
Last Line: How much, azile, thou hast scorn'd my tears.
Alternate Author Name(s): William Boxworth
Subject(s): Disdain; Love - Complaints; Scorn


And that thou may'st remember thy disdain,
Even these I wrote, that thou may'st read the same,
And there shalt find what just cause to complain
From thee I had, by thy unkindness came;
That so thou may'st be sorry for my harm,
And wet thy eyes; for once I know you lov'd me;
O let that love be to thy heart a charm:
But since nor pray'rs, nor vows, nor tears have mov'd thee,
Even these I wrote to show to future years,
How much, Azile, thou hast scorn'd my tears.





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