True hearts have eyes and ears, no tongues to speak;
They hear, and see, and sigh, and then they break!
Note 1. From John Dowlands Third and Last Book of Songs and Airs, 1603. Also appeared in Davisons Poetical Rhapsody, 1602, and subscribed Incerto. In Mr. Bullens reprint of the Rhapsody, it is signed by the still mysterious initials A. W. Rawlinson MS., Poet. 148, fol. 50, attributes it to Sir Edward Dyer, which authorship I have retained with a question. [back]