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Qjl/lethinks around us on each Bouqh,
A, thousand Ctcgids play,*
TVhilJl thro' the Groves I walk with you,
Each Object makes me aay '■
Since your Return the Sun and Jblovn
With brighter Seams do fhine,
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Streams murmur Po-ft Notes while they run
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oDeppiSe the Court and Din of State;
jLet that to their Share fall,
Who can eCteem fveh Siav'ry areat:
While bounded like a Ball'
But Punk in Love, upon my Armst
Let your brave Head recline,
We'llpleaje our Pelves with mutual Charms,
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D erJVLovr and Dale, vAth your any Friend,
You mavpiirpue the Chajk,
And,after a blvth Bottle, end
All Cares in my Embrace'.
And in a vacant rainy Day ,
You/hall be wholly mine- <
We 11 make the Hours nin. Pmonth away,
And lav ah at land Pipie ,
Jhe Heroe pleaP'd with the /we at air
And Sians of aen'rous Love,
Which had been vtterd by the Fair,
Bow'd to the Fow'rs above;
Next Day with Confent and alad HaPte,
Th' approach the (acred Shrine,
Where the qpvd Frieft the Couple blePt,
And put them out of Fine •
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