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(1604)
Three times with sighs she gives her sorrow fire, (1605)

Ere once she can discharge one word of woe: (1606)

At length address'd to answer his desire, (1607)

She modestly prepares to let them know (1608)

Her honor is ta'en prisoner by the foe;
(1609)
While Collatine and his consorted lords (1610)

With sad attention long to hear her words.

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