Fulke Greville

(1554-1628 / England)

Fulke Greville Poems

1. Absence, The Noble Truce 10/7/2010
2. Chorus Sacerdotum : From Mustapha 10/7/2010
3. Cupid, Thou Naughty Boy... 10/7/2010
4. Cynthia, Because Your Horns 10/7/2010
5. Fair Dog, Which So My Heart 10/7/2010
6. Fie, Foolish Earth... 10/7/2010
7. Mustapha 10/7/2010
8. Myra 10/7/2010
9. Rewards Of Earth 10/7/2010
10. Sonnet 100 11/23/2015
11. The Earth With Thunder Torn 10/7/2010
12. The Nurse-Life Wheat 10/7/2010
13. The World That All Contains 10/7/2010
14. You Little Stars 10/7/2010

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Chorus Sacerdotum : From Mustapha

O wearisome condition of humanity!
Born under one law, to another bound;
Vainly begot and yet forbidden vanity;
Created sick, commanded to be sound.
What meaneth nature by these diverse laws?
Passion and reason, self-division cause.
Is it the mark or majesty of power
To make offenses that it may forgive?
Nature herself doth her own self deflower
To hate those errors she herself doth give.
For how should man think that he may not do,
If nature did not fail and punish, too?
Tyrant to others, to herself unjust,
Only commands things difficult and...

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