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Spenser's Faerie queene; A poem in six books; with the fragment Mutabilite (Inglés) Tapa blanda – 14 may 2012

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1895 Excerpt: there lyes, In hatefull darknes and in deepe horrore An huge eternall Chaos, which supplyes The substaunces of natures fruitfull progenyes. All things from thence doe their first being fetch, And borrow matter whereof they are made; Which, whenas forme and feature it does ketch, Becomes a body, and doth then invade The state of life out of the griesly shade. That substaunce is eterne, and bideth so; Ne when the life decayes and forme does fade, Doth it consume and into nothing goe, But chaunged is, and often altred to and froe. The substaunce is not chaungd nor altered, But th'only forme and outward fashion; For every substaunce is conditioned To chaunge her hew, and sondry formes to don, Meet for her temper and complexion: For formes are variable, and decay By course of kinde and by occasion; And that faire flowre of beautie fades away, As doth the lilly fresh before the sunny ray. THE FAERIE QUEENE. Book III. Canto VI. Great enimy to it, and to all the rest That in the Gardin of Adonis springs, Is wicked Tyme; who with his scyth addrest Does mow the flowring herbes and goodly things, And all their glory to the ground downe flings, Where they do wither, and are fowly mard: He flyes about, and with his flaggy winges Beates downe both leaves and buds without regard, Ne ever pitty may relent his malice hard. Yet pitty often did the gods relent, To see so faire thinges mard and spoiled quight; And their great mother Venus did lament The losse of her deare brood, her deare delight: Her hart was pierst with pitty at the sight, When walking through the Gardin them she saw, Yet no'te she find redresse for such despight: For all that lives is subject to that law; All things decay in time, and to their end doe draw. But were it not that Time their troubler is,...

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