As one of which doth Tarquin lie revolving (128)
The sundry dangers of his will's obtaining; (129)
Yet ever to obtain his will resolving, (130)
Though weak-built hopes persuade him to abstaining: (131)
Despair to gain doth traffic oft for gaining;
And when great treasure is the meed proposed, (133)
Though death be adjunct, there's no death supposed.