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SONGS AND SONNETS.
ESCRIPTION of the restless State of a
Lover, with Suit to his Lady, to rue on
his dying Heart .
Description of Spring, wherein each
thing renews, save only the Lover
Description of the restless State of a Lover
Description of the fickle Affections, Pangs, and Slights
Complaint of a Lover that defied Love, and was by
Love after the more tormented
Complaint of a Lover rebuked .
Complaint of the Lover disdained
Description and Praise of his Love Geraldine
The Frailty and Hurtfulness of Beauty
A Complaint by Night of the Lover not beloved 15
How each thing, save the Lover in Spring, reviveth to
A Vow to love faithfully, howsoever he be rewarded 16
Complaint that his Lady, after she knew his Love,
kept her face always hidden from him
Request to his Love to join Bounty with Beauty 18
Prisoned in Windsor, he recounteth his Pleasure there
The Lover comforteth himself with the Worthiness of
Complaint of the Absence of her Lover being upon the
Complaint of a dying Lover refused upon his Lady's
unjust mistaking of his Writing
Complaint of the Absence of her Lover, being upon
the Sea .
A Praise of his Love, wherein he reproveth them that
compare their Ladies with his
To his Mistress
To the Lady that scorned her Lover
A Warning to the Lover, how he is abused by his
The forsaken Lover describeth and forsaketh Love 36
The Lover describeth his restless State
The Lover excuseth himself of suspected Change 39
A careless Man scorning and describing the subtle
Usage of Women toward their Lovers
An Answer in the behalf of a Woman. Of an uncer.
tain Author .
The constant Lover lamenteth
A Song written by the Earl of Surrey of a Lady that
refused to dance with him
The faithful Lover declareth his Pains and his uncer-
tain Joys, and with only Hope recomforteth some.
what his woeful Heart
The Means to attain happy Life
Praise of mean and constant Estate
Praise of certain Psalms of David. Translated by Sir
Thomas (Wyatt] the elder
Of the Death of Sir Thomas Wyatt .
Of the Same
An Epitaph on Clere, Surrey's faithful Friend and
On Sardanapalus's dishonourable Life and miserable
How no Age is content with his own Estate, and how
the Age of Children is the happiest if they had Skill
to understand it
Bonum est mihi quod humiliasti me
Exhortation to learn by others' Trouble
The Fancy of a wearied Lover
A Satire against the Citizens of London
The Lover describeth his whole state unto his Love,
and promising her his faithful good will, assureth
himself of hers again
A PARAPHRASE OF SOME OF THE PSALMS OF DAVID.