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'And for my sake, when I might charm thee so (1682)

For she that was thy Lucrece, now attend me: (1683)

Be suddenly revenged on my foe, (1684)

Thine, mine, his own: suppose thou dost defend me (1685)

From what is past: the help that thou shalt lend me
Comes all too late, yet let the traitor die; (1687)

For sparing justice feeds iniquity.

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