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First Line: Tyme hath throwne down the robe he bare
Last Line: Tyme hath throwne downe the robe he bare.
Alternate Author Name(s): D'orleans, Duc; Orleans, Charles Of
Subject(s): Spring


TYME hath throwne downe the robe he bare
Of winde and cold and chillye rayne,
And nowe with sunbeams cleare agayne
In lordlye raiment doth he fare.
Each beast and birde doth nowe declare
Harsh-voiced or smoothe the tidynges playne:
Tyme hath throwne downe the robe he bare
Of winde and cold and chillye rayne.
Nowe fountaynes, streams and brookes repair
Their sheeny floods that downward drayne
With gold and silver in their trayne;
All thynges new vesture nowe doe weare:
Tyme hath throwne downe the robe he bare.





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