The Poetical Works of Sir Thomas Wyatt

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Bell and Daldy, 1866 - English poetry - 243 pages

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CONTENTS
xcix
The Lover describeth his being stricken with sight of
2
Against his Tongue that failed to utter his Suits
10
The Lover forsaketh his unkind Love
16
The deserted Lover wisheth that his Rival might
22
The Lover complaineth the unkindness of his Love
29
The Lover complaineth himself forsaken
35
Of the Pains and Sorrows caused by Love
105
The Lover beseeoheth his Mistress not to forget
123
That the Pain he endured should not make him cease
129
The forsaken Lover consoleth himself with remembrance
135
0f disappointed Purpose by Negligence
173
The Lover professeth himself constant
179
SATIRES
186
How to use the Court and himself therein written
194
The Prologue of the Author
203

That all his Joy dependeth on his Ladys Favour
111
That no Words may express the crafty Trains of Love
117
Miserere mei Deus
218

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