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ex all false, e'en Procris too, Again I thought she could not but be true. Her youth and beauty kindled anxious cares, But her known chastity condemn'd my fears. But then my absence does again revive, And keep the torturing fancy still alive. I thought her faith too firmly fix'd to fall, Yet a true lover is afraid of all. I knew not what to think, but straight I go, Resolv'd to cure, or to complete my woe. A habit different from my own I took, While with curs'd aid Aurora chang'd my look. To Athens straight, unknown by all, I came, E'en to myself I scarce could seem the same. Hardly I got admission to my house, But far, far harder to my weeping spouse. The house itself from aught of blame was free, And every place express'd its grief for me. A dismal silence reign'd through ev'ry room, To mourn my loss, already safe at home. E'en that sad pomp of woe, some charms could boast, But when my Procris came, she charm'd me most. Black were her robes, her solemn pace was slow, Her dress was ca