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But long she thinks till he return again, (1360)

And yet the duteous vassal scarce is gone. (1361)

The weary time she cannot entertain, (1362)

For now 'tis stale to sigh, to weep, to groan: (1363)

So woe hath wearied woe, moan tired moan,
That she her plaints a little while doth stay, (1365)

Pausing for means to mourn some newer way.

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