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John Wilmot

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Thou treacherous, base deserter of my flame,
False to my passion, fatal to my fame,
Through what mistaken magic dost thou prove
So true to lewdness, so untrue to love?
--
The Imperfect Enjoyment.

 
John Wilmot

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Lo! I am beside thee.
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