Sir John Suckling (1606-1642)
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|1||A Doubt of Martyrdom||7||0|
|2||A Supplement of an Imperfect Copy of Verses of Mr. William||1||0|
|3||I prithee send me back my heart||4||0|
|4||I prithee spare me gentle boy||1||0|
|5||If you refuse me once, and think again||1||0|
|6||Love Turned to Hatred||3||0|
|7||Out upon it, I have lov'd||4||0|
|11||The Constant Lover||6||0|
|12||When, Dearest, I But Think of Thee||1||0|
|13||Why so pale and wan, fond lover?||9||0|
|14||Why so Pale and Wan?||2||0|
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