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HINC LACHRIMAE; OR THE AUTHOR TO AURORA: 4, by             Poet's Biography
First Line: Twas thee, azile, of whose loves I sang
Last Line: Upon thy faith, these poems say I lied.
Alternate Author Name(s): William Boxworth


'Twas thee, Azile, of whose loves I sang,
'Tween thee and me among the gentle Gothes,
Something it was when all the valleys rang
Too true, the breach of thy beplighted oaths.
I little thought my willing warbling quill,
With her shrill notes, did miss to sing the truth:
But now I find through too dear-gotten skill,
Thou art despiser of my blooming youth;
What there I said, how much thy soul relied
Upon thy faith, these poems say I lied.





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