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First Line: If I write any more, it will make my poor muse sick
Last Line: Who often has made me, by looking askew, sick.
Subject(s): Sheridan, Thomas (1687-1738)


If I write any more, it will make my poor muse sick.
This night I came home with a very cold dew sick,
And I wish I may soon not be of an a-gue sick;
But, I hope I shall ne'er be, like you, of a shrew sick,
Who often has made me, by looking askew, sick.





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