And to the Graces Three a fourth, her would Apollo take.
Let some for honour hunt, and hoard the massy gold:
With her so I may live and die, my weal cannot be told.
Note 1. From Tottels Miscellany (Colliers Reprint, 1867). Mr. Erskine says in his Study of the Elizabethan Lyrics (ed. 1905, p. 79), Grimald is a much less ambitious figure than these two lyrists (Wyat and Surrey), but his pieces in Tottels Miscellany have their own interest. He stands for the type of minor poet, who, though hidden by the larger names, is present throughout the period, and emerges fully developed in Marvell. [back]
Note 2. As fresh and lusty Ver: The Spring. Compare: