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HINC LACHRIMAE; OR THE AUTHOR TO AURORA: 16, by             Poet's Biography
First Line: Though now thy eyes are carried from the wounds
Last Line: Obscure the sun, at last the cloud will fade.
Alternate Author Name(s): William Boxworth


Though now thy eyes are carried from the wounds
Thy eyes did give, when first my eyes beheld them,
Though now thy ears deny to hear the sounds
Of my just plaints, and therefore hast expell'd them,
Yet once before thy soul shall take her way
Towards those fields, the fair Elysian rest,
Thou wilt be greedy of an hour's stay,
To tell the world, how thou hast me opprest.
I know thou wilt, and though a while the shade
Obscure the Sun, at last the cloud will fade.





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