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At last she thus begins: 'Thou worthy lord (1304)

Of that unworthy wife that greeteth thee, (1305)

Health to thy person! next vouchsafe t' afford-- (1306)

If ever, love, thy Lucrece thou wilt see-- (1307)

Some present speed to come and visit me.
So, I commend me from our house in grief: (1309)

My woes are tedious, though my words are brief.'

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