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HINC LACHRIMAE; OR THE AUTHOR TO AURORA: 30, by             Poet's Biography
First Line: Ay me, when I alone sit and bemoan me
Last Line: Griev'd at thy sight, and at thy absence griev'd.
Alternate Author Name(s): William Boxworth
Subject(s): Absence; Separation; Isolation


Ay me, when I alone sit and bemoan me,
Of thy hard heart, and my unjust correction,
When by myself I sit, and think upon thee,
With what sure bonds I'm brought into subjection,
Then, then my heart, grieving to be restrain'd,
Beats up a loud alarm, to come to thee;
If when I think of thee I am so pain'd,
What do I then when I thy face do see?
Such is my pain, if pains may be believ'd,
Griev'd at thy sight, and at thy absence griev'd.





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