To see sad sights moves more than hear them told: (1325)
For then the eye interprets to the ear (1326)
The heavy motion that it doth behold, (1327)
When every part a part of woe doth bear. (1328)
'Tis but a part of sorrow that we hear:
Deep sounds make lesser noise than shallow fords, (1330)
And sorrow ebbs, being blown with wind of words.