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(1744)
About the mourning and congealed face (1745)

Of that black blood a watery rigol goes, (1746)

Which seems to weep upon the tainted place: (1747)

And ever since, as pitying Lucrece' woes, (1748)

Corrupted blood some watery token shows;
(1749)
And blood untainted still doth red abide, (1750)

Blushing at that which is so putrified.

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