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Thus lakes and streames (as well perceyve yee may) Have divers powres and diversly. Even so the tyme hathe beene That Delos which stands stedfast now, on waves was floting seene. And Galyes have beene sore afrayd of frusshing by the Iles Symplegads which togither dasht uppon the sea erewhyles, But now doo stand unmovable ageinst bothe wynde and tyde. Mount Aetna with his burning Oovens of brimstone shall not byde Ay fyrye: neyther was it so for ever erst. For whither The earth a living creature bee, and that to breathe out hither And thither flame, great store of vents it have in sundry places, And that it have the powre to shift those vents in divers caces, Now damming theis, now opening those, in moving to and fro: Or that the whisking wynds restreynd within the earth bylowe, Doo beate the stones ageinst the stones, and other kynd of stuffe Of fyrye nature, which doo fall on fyre with every puffe: Assoone as those same wynds doo cease, the caves shall streight bee cold.