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P. Ovidius Naso, Metamorphoses (ed. Arthur Golding), Book 15, line 153 (search)
fleeting like a brooke. For neyther brooke nor lyghtsomme tyme can tarrye still. But looke As every wave dryves other foorth, and that that commes behynd Bothe thrusteth and is thrust itself: even so the tymes by kynd Doo fly and follow bothe at once, and evermore renew. For that that was before is left, and streyght there dooth ensew Anoother that was never erst. Eche twincling of an eye Dooth chaunge. Wee see that after day commes nyght and darks the sky, And after nyght the lyghtsum Sunne succeedeth orderly. Like colour is not in the heaven when all things weery lye At midnyght sound asleepe, as when the daystarre cleere and bryght Commes foorth uppon his milkwhyght steede. Ageine in other plyght The Morning, Pallants daughter fayre, the messenger of lyght Delivereth into Phebus handes the world of cleerer hew. The circle also of the sonne what tyme it ryseth new And when it setteth, looketh red, but when it mounts most hye, Then lookes it whyght, bycause that there the natu
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