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On Six Cambridge Lasses Bathing Themselves Analysis



Author: Poetry of Thomas Randolph Type: Poetry Views: 266

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1When bashfull daylight now was gone

2And night, that hides a blush, came on.

3Sixe Pretty Nymphes to wash away

4The sweatinge of a Summers daye

5In Chams fair streames did gently swim

6And naked bathd each curious limbe.

7O Who had this blist sight but seene

8Would thinke they all had Cl{oe}lia=s beene.

9A Scholer that a walke did take

10Perchance for Meditation sake.

11This blessed Obiect chan'cd to find

12Straight all thinges else went out of mind

13No Studye=s better in this life

14For Practicke or Contemplatiue:

15Who thought Poore soule these hee had seene,

16Fair Dian and her Nymphes had beene.

17And therefore thought in piteous feare

18Act{ae}ons fortune was too neere.

19Or that the Water=Nymphes they were

20Together met to sport 'um there

21And that to him such loue they bore

22As to Iolas once before.

23What could hee thinke but that his eye

24Sixe Venusses at once did spie

25Rise from the waues, or that perchaunce

26Fresh=Water Syrens came to dance

27Vpon our streames, with songes and lookes

28To tempt Poore Scholers from their bookes.

29Hee cannot thinke they Graces are

30Vnlesse their number doubled were.

31Nor can hee thinke they muses bee

32Bicause alasse they wanted three.

33I should haue rather guess'd that here

34Another brood of Helens were

35Begot by Ioue upon |y+e+| playnes

36Watchd by some L{ae}da of the Swans.

37The maydes betrayd were in a fright

38And blush'd (but twas not seene ith night.)

39At last all by |y+e+| banke did stand

40And hee, good harte lent them his hand.

41Where twas his blisse to feele all ore

42Soft Paps, smooth thighes and somethinge more.

43But Enuious Night masqued from his eyes

44The place where loue and pleasure lyes.

45Guesse Louers guesse, o you |y+t+| dare

46What then might bee this Scholers praier

47That hee were but a Cat to spye

48Or had but now Tyberius eyes.

49Yet since this hope was all in Vaine

50Hee helpes 'um don there cloths agayne.

51Makes Promise thye shall none bee shent

52So with them to the Tauerne went.

53Where how hee then might sport or play

54Pardon mee Muse I must not say

55Guesse you that haue a mind to knowe

56Whither hee were a Foole of no.





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