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ODE TO MISS HOYLAND: MISS HOYLAND IS COY, by             Poet's Biography
First Line: Ah! Hoyland, empress of my heart
Last Line: And make thy baker blest?
Subject(s): Hearts; Love; Passion; Pleasure

AH! Hoyland, empress of my heart,
When will thy breast admit the dart,
And own a mutual flame?
When, wandering in the myrtle groves,
Shall mutual pleasures seal our loves—
Pleasures without a name?

Thou greatest beauty of the sex,
When will the little god perplex
The mansions of thy breast?
When wilt thou own a flame as pure
As that seraphic souls endure,
And make thy Baker blest?

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