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P. Ovidius Naso, Metamorphoses (ed. Arthur Golding), Book 15, line 153 (search)
oyd of strength. Within a season tho He wexing fowerfooted lernes like savage beastes to go. Then sumwhat foltring, and as yit not firme of foote, he standes By getting sumwhat for to helpe his sinewes in his handes. From that tyme growing strong and swift, he passeth foorth the space Of youth: and also wearing out his middle age apace, Through drooping ages steepye path he ronneth out his race. This age dooth undermyne the strength of former yeares, and throwes It downe. Which thing old Milo by example playnely showes. For when he sawe those armes of his (which heeretofore had beene As strong as ever Hercules in woorking deadly teene Of biggest beastes) hang flapping downe, and nought but empty skin, He wept. And Helen when shee saw her aged wrincles in A glasse wept also: musing in herself what men had seene, That by two noble princes sonnes shee twyce had ravisht beene. Thou tyme the eater up of things, and age of spyghtfull teene, Destroy all things. And when that long con