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1) 134. Grasse-hopper. Richard Lovelace. Metaphysical Lyrics & Poems of the 17th c.
...and wings dost hop and flye; And when thy Poppy workes thou dost retire To thy Carv'd Acron-bed to lye. Up with the Day, the Sun thou welcomst then, Sportst in the...

2) Notes: Miscellanies. Grierson, Herbert J.C., ed. 1921. Metaphysical Lyrics & Poems of the 17th c.
...'Outlooke . Jewells', 1648. The Grasse-hopper. From Lucasta, 1649. l. 8. 'Acron-bed', i. e. Acorn-bed. ll. 11–12. Apparently 'And through all these merry days thou...

3) The Tenth Book of the Aeneis. Vergil. 1909-14. Aeneid. The Harvard Classics
...with clamor at a distance drive, And only keep the languish d war alive. From Coritus came Acron to the fight, Who left his spouse betroth d, and unconsummate night....

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