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HINC LACHRIMAE; OR THE AUTHOR TO AURORA: 14, by             Poet's Biography
First Line: How much, azile, thou hast scorn'd my tears
Last Line: But call to mind, and in that mind repent.
Alternate Author Name(s): William Boxworth
Subject(s): Disdain; Repentance; Scorn; Penitence


How much, Azile, thou hast scorn'd my tears,
And hast detain'd that which thou know'st is mine;
Thy heart is his, even to whose heart he fears
No hopes will come, and therefore doth repine
Even to his death; for which way can he chuse
When the remembrance of thy faith shall creep
Before his eyes, and therein shall infuse
A thousand tears, how can he choose but weep?
O happy yet, wouldst thou this discontent
But call to mind, and in that mind repent.





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