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THOMAS STANLEY

HIS ORIGINAL LYRICS, COMPLETE,
IN THEIR COLLATED READINGS OF
1647, 1651, 1657 By:
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THOMAS STANLEY
That I might ever dream thus! that some power
To my eternal sleep would join this hour!
So, willingly deceiv'd, I might possess
In seeming joys a real happiness.
Haste not away: O do not dissipate 5 A pleasure thou so lately didst create!
Stay, welcome Sleep; be ever here confin'd:
Or if thou wilt away, leave her behind.

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