... When courage first does creep in manly chest; Then first that coal of kindly * heat appears To kindle love in eva#39;ry living ... aBut all in vain; no fort can be so strong, Nor fleshly breast can armAcd be so sound, But will at last be won with battery long ... aEnsample make of him, your hapless joy, And of myself, now mateda as ye see; Whose prouder vaunt that proud ... 4 Empty. t 346 [Book I. T//E FA ERIE QUEEN.
|Title||:||The Canterbury Tales and Faerie Queene|
|Author||:||Geoffrey Chaucer, Edmund Spenser|