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LOVE AT FIRST SIGHT.
SITTING in my window, Pointing my thoughts in lawn, I saw a god,
(I thought, but it was you,) enter our gates; My blood flew out and back again, as fast
As I had prest it forth, and sucked it in.
Like breath; then was I called away in haste
To entertain you.
Never was a
Heaved from a sheepcot to a sceptre, raised
So high in thoughts as I: you left a kiss
Upon these lips, then, which I mean to keep
From you forever. I did hear you talk
Far above singing; after you were gone,
I grew acquainted with my heart, and searched
What stirred it so. Alas! I found
BEAUMONT AND FLETCHER: