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Devils are not so black as they are painted.
Her neck is like a stately tower,
Where Love himself imprison'd lies
Love guards the roses of thy lips
And flies about them like a bee;
If I approach he forward skips,
And if I kiss he stingeth me.
With orient pearl, with ruby red,
With marble white, with sapphire blue,
Her body every way is fed,
Yet soft in touch, and sweet in view
Love in my bosom like a bee
Doth suck his sweet;
Now with his wings he plays with me,
Now with his feet.
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Thomas Lodge was an English physician and author during the Elizabethan and Jacobean periods.
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