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John Marston (1576 – 1634)

English poet, playwright and satirist.
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John Marston
For see, the dapple-grey coursers of the morn
Beat up the light with their bright silver hoofs,
And chase it through the sky.
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Who winks and shuts his apprehension up.
Speak, speak, let terror strike slaves mute,
Much danger makes great hearts most resolute.

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Sing of the nature of women, and then the song shall be surely full of variety; old crotchets and most sweet closes. It shall be humorous, grave, fantastic, amorous, melancholy, sprightly, one in all, and all in one.
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