Licia Sonnets 49 Poem Rhyme Scheme and Analysis


If that I die fair Licia with disdainA
Or heartless live surpris d with thy wrongB
Then heavens and earth shall accent both my painA
And curse the time so cruel and so longB
If you be kind my queen as you are fairC
And aid my thoughts that still for conquest striveD
Then will I sing and never more despairC
And praise your kindness whilst I am aliveD
Till then I pay the tribute of my tearsE
To move thy mercy and thy constant truthF
Respect fair love how these with sorrow wearsE
The truest heart unless it find some ruthF
Then grace me sweet and with thy favor raise meG
So shall I live and all the world shall praise theeG

Giles Fletcher The Elder


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