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EPIGRAM: TO SIR ANNUAL TILTER (SAMUEL FULLER), by             Poet's Biography
First Line: Tilter, the most may admire thee, though not I
Last Line: But that's put in, thou'lt say. Why, so is thine.
Variant Title(s): To Sir Annual Tilter


Tilter, the most may admire thee, though not I:
And thou, right guiltless, mayst plead to it, why?
For thy late sharp device. I say 'tis fit
All brains, at times of triumph, should run wit.
For then, our water-conduits do run wine;
But that's put in, thou'lt say. Why, so is thine.





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