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Unkindness of his Love . . 24 The Lover Rejoiceth the Enjoy. ing of his Love .
26 The Lover Sheweth how he is
Forsaken of such as he Some-
27 The Lover to his Bed, with De
scribing of his Unquiet State 27 The Lover Complaineth that his
Love doth not Pity him. 28 The Lover Complaineth himself Forsaken.
29 A Renouncing of Hardly Escaped Love
31 The Lover Taught, Mistrusteth Allurements
31 The Lover Rejoiceth against
Fortune that by Hindering
32 The Lover's Sorrowful State
Maketh him Write Sorrowful
33 The Lover Sendeth his Com
plaints and Tears to Sue for
34 The Lover's Case cannot be
Hidden however he Dissemble 35 The Lover Prayeth not to be
Disdained, Refused, Mistrust-
37 The Lover Lamenteth his Estate with Suit for Grace
38 The Lover Waileth his Changed Joys.
39 To his Love that hath given him Answer of Refusal .
40 The Lover Describeth his being
Taken with Sight of his Love 41 The Lover Excuseth him of
Words, wherewith he was Unjustly Charged
42 The Lover Curseth the Time
when first he Fell in Love 43 The Lover Determineth to Serve Faithfully.
44 To his Unkind Love
46 The Lover Complaineth his Estate
46 Whether Liberty by Loss of
Life or Life in Prison and
Thraldom be to be Preferred 48 He Ruleth not, though he Reign
over Realms, that is Subject
The Faithful Lover giveth to
his Mistress his Heart, as his
Best and Only Treasure A Description of the Sorrow of
True Lovers' Parting : The Neglected Lover Calleth on
his Stony Hearted Mistress to Hear him Complain ere that
he Die He Rejoiceth the Obtaining the
Favour of the Mistress of his
Heart The Lover Prayeth Venus to
Conduct him to the Desired
Haven The Lover Praiseth the Beauty
of his Lady's Hand That the Eye Bewrayeth alway
the Secret Affections of the
Heart The Lover Complaineth that
Faith may not Avail without
the Favour of Fantasy That too much Confidencesome
times Disappointeth Hope The Lover Bemoaneth his Un
happiness that he cannot Obtain Grace, yet cannot Cease
Loving The Mournful Lover to his Heart
with Complaint that it will
not Break. The Lover Renounces his Cruel
Love for Ever A Complaint of his Lady's
Cruelty. Of the Contrary Affections of
the Lover That Right cannot Govern Fancy That True Love Availeth not
when Fortune List to Frown The Deceived Lover Sueth only
for Liberty The Lover Calleth on his Lute
to Help him Bemoan his Hap
less Fate That the Power of Love is such
he Worketh Impossibilities : That the Life of the Unregarded
Lover is Worse than Death . The Lover who cannot Prevail
must needs have Patience When Fortune Smiles not, only
Patience Comforteth That Patience alone can Heal
the Wound Inflicted by Adversity The Lover, Hopeless of Greater
gentle Behaviour of his Un-
Of his Love that Pricked her
Finger with a Needle . . 158 Of the Same .
159 The Lover that Fled Love now
Follows it with his Harm 159 The Lover Compareth his Heart
to the Overcharged Gun 159 How by a Kiss he Found both his Life and Death .
160 To his Lover to Look upon
him 160 Of Disappointed Purpose by Negligence
160 Of his Return from Spain 161 Wyatt being in Prison, to Bryan 161 Of such as had Forsaken him. 161 The Lover Hopeth of Better Chance.
162 That Pleasure is Mixed with
162 The Courtier's Life
162 Of the Mean and Sure Estate . 163 The Lover Suspected of Change
Prayeth that it be not Be-
163 Of Dissembling Words
164 Of Sudden Trusting.
164 The Lady to Answer Directly with Yea or Nay
165 The Lover Professeth himself Constant
165 The Lover Blameth his Love
for Renting of the Letter he
106 The Lover Complaineth and his Lady Comforteth
166 The Lover Suspected Blameth Ill Tongues
168 Of his Love called Anna
168 A Riddle of a Gift given by a Lady
168 That Speaking of Proffering
brings alway Speeding 169 T. Wyatt of Love
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127 He Complaineth to his Heart
that having once Recovered his Freedom he had again become thrall to Love
128 He Professeth Indifference . 129 He Rejoiceth that he had Broken the Snares of Love.
129 The Lover Prayeth that his
Lady's Heart might be En
flamed with Equal Affection 131 The Disdainful Lady Refusing
to hear her Lover's Suit, he
Resolveth to Forsake her 133 The Absent Lover Findeth ali his Pains Redoubled
135 He Seeketh Comfort in Patience 136 Of the Power of Love over the Yielden Lover
136 He Lamenteth that he had ever
Cause to Doubt his Lady's
137 The Recured Lover Exulteth in
his Freedom, and Voweth to
to Reason, with Love's Answer 140 Complaint of the Absence of his Love
145 The Song of Iopas, unfinished 150
SONGS AND EPIGRAMS. A Description of such a One as he would Love
154 Why Love is Blind
154 The Lover Blameth his Instant Desire
154 Against Hoarders of Money 155 Description of a Gun .
155 Of the Mother that Eat her
Child at the Siege of Jeru-
156 To his Love whom he had Kissed against her Will
156 Of the Jealous Man that Loved
the same Woman, and Espied
this other Sitting with her 156 To his Love from whom he had her Gloves.
157 The Lover Complaineth that
Deadly Sickness cannot Help
157 Of the Feigned Friend
158 Comparison of Love to a Stream
Falling from the Alps 158
WYATT'S POETICAL WORKS.
SONGS AND SONNETS.
THE LOVER FOR SHAMEFASTNESS
HIDETH HIS DESIRE WITHIN HIS FAITHFUL HEART.
The long love that in my thought I harbour,
But in the field with him to live and die?
THE LOVER WAXETH WISER,
AND WILL NOT DIE FOR AFFECTION.
And tears continual sore have me wearied.
Your wrath, you err, and shall not as you ween;
THE ABUSED LOVER SEETH HIS FOLLY,
AND INTENDETH TO TRUST NO MORE.
Was never file yet half so well yfiled,
years, and of my time misspent.
Then guile beguiled plained should be never;