EBBA 31354

British Library - Roxburghe
 
TYRANNICK LOVE / Or, The mournful Lovers complaint against his cruel Mistriss. / Being the passions of Phaon for the Nymph Morena. / O boundless Love, where hast thou Phaon driven, / What Sea is this that tosses up to Heaven, / And down to Hell ev'n in a Moments space, / 'Tis Love and Lovers find no resting place, / That is such Lovers that do Love like him / Who through a flood of tears to her wou'd swim, / But she disdainful, proud, denyes his love, / For which to her may all men cruel prove.
Date Published 1678-1680
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Imprint Printed for F. Cole. T. Vere, J. Wright, J. Clark, W. Thackery and T. Passenger
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Collection British Library - Roxburghe
Page 4.55
Location British Library
Shelfmark C.20.f.10.55
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  Part 1
Title TYRANNICK LOVE / Or, The mournful Lovers complaint against his cruel Mistriss. / Being the passions of Phaon for the Nymph Morena. / O boundless Love, where hast thou Phaon driven, / What Sea is this that tosses up to Heaven, / And down to Hell ev'n in a Moments space, / 'Tis Love and Lovers find no resting place, / That is such Lovers that do Love like him / Who through a flood of tears to her wou'd swim, / But she disdainful, proud, denyes his love, / For which to her may all men cruel prove.
Tune Imprint Tune of Dianas a Nymph, &c.
First Lines I Languish all night, and I sigh all the day / For a Mistriss that coyly does turn her away,
Refrain But she flyes, but she flyes, and no longer will stay, / Though I languish all night and sigh all the day.
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Ornament