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MASQUE AT THE MARRIAGE OF THE LORD HAYES: TO LORD AND LADY HAYES, by             Poet's Biography
First Line: Should I presume to separate you now
Last Line: To propagate the honoured name of hayes.


SHOULD I presume to separate you now,
That were so lately joined by holy vow,
For whom this golden dream which I report
Begot so many waking eyes at Court,
And for whose grace so many nobles changed,
Their names and habits, from themselves estranged?
Accept together, and together view
This little work which all belongs to you,
And live together many blessed days,
To propagate the honoured name of Hayes.





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