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The Gods did graunt hir hir request: and straight to heaven she flue, In handsome Chariot through the Ayre, which painted peacocks drue As well beset with blasing eyes late tane from Argus hed, As thou thou prating Raven white by nature being bred, Hadst on thy fethers justly late a coly colour spred. For this same birde in auncient time had fethers faire and whight As ever was the driven snow, or silver cleare and bright. He might have well comparde himself in beautie with the Doves That have no blemish, or the Swan that running water loves: Or with the Geese that afterward should with their gagling out Preserve the Romaine Capitoll beset with foes about. His tongue was cause of all his harme, his tatling tongue did make His colour which before was white, become so foule and blake. Coronis of Larissa was the fairest maide of face, In all the land of Thessalie. Shee stoode in Phebus grace As long as that she kept hir chast, or at the least as long As that she scaped unespide