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Sir Thomas Wyatt (1503–42).  The Poetical Works.  1880.
He bewails the Pain he endures when banished from the Mistress of his Heart
O! MISERABLE sorrow, withouten cure!
If it please thee, lo! to have me thus suffer,
At least yet let her know what I endure,
And this my last voice carry thou thither,
Where lived my hope, now dead for ever:        5
For as ill grievous is my banishment,
As was my pleasure when she was present.

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