'Such devils steal effects from lightless hell; (1556)
For Sinon in his fire doth quake with cold, (1557)
And in that cold hot-burning fire doth dwell; (1558)
These contraries such unity do hold, (1559)
Only to flatter fools and make them bold:
So Priam's trust false Sinon's tears doth flatter, (1561)
That he finds means to burn his Troy with water.'