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Take thou a heart where no new looke
With no fresh charme of beauty tooke,
Or wanton stratagem of wit;
Not idly wandring here and there,
nu that heart, Castara, for 'tis mine.
Give me a heart where no impure
Disorder'd passions rage,
Aired by an am'rous eye or eare.
And now my heartas lodg’d with thee,
Observe but low it still
[love. Should thou or I want hearts, wee'd breath by
NOX NOCTI INDICAT SCIENTIAM.
When I survay the bright
My soule her wings doth spread,
And heaven-ward flies,
For the bright firmament
Shootes forth no flame
No unregarded star
Contracts its light
But if we stedfast looke
We shall discerne In it, as in some holy booke, How man may heavenly knowledge learne,
It tells the conqueror,
That farre stretcht powre,
That from the farthest North,
Some nation may Yet undiscovered issue forth, And ore his new got conquest sway.
Some nation yet shut in
With hils of ice May be let out to scourge his sinne, Till they shall equall him in vice.
And then they likewise shall
Their ruine have; For as your selves your empires fall, And every kingdome hath a grave.
Thus those cælestiall fires,
Though seeming mute,
For they have watcht since first
The world had birth :