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She throws her eyes about the painting round, (1500)

And whom she finds forlorn she doth lament. (1501)

At last she sees a wretched image bound, (1502)

That piteous looks to Phrygian shepherds lent: (1503)

His face, though full of cares, yet show'd content;
Onward to Troy with the blunt swains he goes, (1505)

So mild, that Patience seem'd to scorn his woes.

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