Robert Herrick

Tom Cain and Ruth Connolly (eds), The Complete Poetry of Robert Herrick, Vol. 2

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A Songe

  • 1Good morrow to the day so faire
  • Critical Apparatus2        good morrow sir to you,
  • 3good morrow to mine owne torne haire
  • Critical Apparatus4        all dabbled in the deaw;
  • 9Ah woe is me, woe, woe is me
  • 10        Alacke and welladay,
  • Critical Apparatus11for pitty sir find out that Bee
  • Critical Apparatus12        which bore my love away:
  • Critical Apparatus13Ile seeke him in your Bonnet brave
  • 14        Ile seeke him in your Eyes.
  • Critical Apparatus15Nay now I thinke th'have made his grave
  • 16        ith'bedd of strawberries:
  • Critical Apparatus17Ile seeke him there, I hope ere this
  • 18        the cold cold earth doth shake him
  • 19But I will go, or send a kisse
  • 20        by you sir to awake him:

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4 all dabbled in] Bedabled with 1648
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5 Cowslip] Prim-rose 1648
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13 Bonnet] Cities 1650B
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15 th'haue] they have 1650B
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17 hope] know 1648
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22 doth] do 1648
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23 reares] reare 1648
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24 doth] do 1648
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25 pray take heed] (⁓ ⁓ ⁓) 1648
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26 Balsome] Cow-slips 1648
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