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P. Ovidius Naso, Metamorphoses (ed. Arthur Golding), Book 3, line 435 (search)
that loveth thee so deere, But give me leave a little while my dazled eyes to cheere With sight of that which for to touch is utterly denide, Thereby to feede my wretched rage and furie for a tide. As in this wise he made his mone, he stripped off his cote And with his fist outragiously his naked stomacke smote. A ruddie colour where he smote rose on his stomacke sheere, Lyke Apples which doe partly white and striped red appeere, Or as the clusters ere the grapes to ripenesse fully come: An Orient purple here and there beginnes to grow on some. Which things as soon as in the spring he did beholde againe, He could no longer beare it out. But fainting straight for paine, As lith and supple waxe doth melt against the burning flame, Or morning dewe against the Sunne that glareth on the same: Even so by piecemale being spent and wasted through desire, Did he consume and melt away with Cupids secret fire. His lively hue of white and red, his cheerefulnesse and strength And all the thin