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OBSERVATIONS IN THE ART OF ENGLISH POESY: 16. TROCHAIC VERSE: THE TWELFTH EPIGRAM, by             Poet's Biography
First Line: Why droopst thou, trefeild? Will hurst the banker
Last Line: They're all grown so pocky and so rotten.
Subject(s): Grief


Why droopst thou, Trefeild? will Hurst the banker
Make dice of thy bones? by heav'n he cannot.
Cannot? What's the reason? I'll declare it,
They're all grown so pocky and so rotten.





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