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O God! O God! that it were possible To undo things done; to call back yesterday! That Time could turn up his swift sandy glass, To untell the days, and to redeem these hours.
Seven cities warred for Homer, being dead,
Who, living, had no roof to shroud his head.
Pack, clouds, away! and welcome, day!
With night we banish sorrow.
Sweet air, blow soft; mount, lark, aloft
To give my Love good-morrow!
Wings from the wind to please her mind,
Notes from the lark I'll borrow:
Bird, prune thy wing! nightingale, sing!
I hold he loves me best that calls me Tom.
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Be kind and considerate with your criticism. … It's just as hard to write a bad book as a good book.
August 16, 1641
Thomas Heywood was a prominent English playwright, actor, and author. His main contributions were to late Elizabethan and early Jacobean theatre.
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The Fair Maid of the West
The Late Lancashire Witches
Fortune by Land and Sea
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