Famous poems by John Wilbye:

Cruel, behold my heavy endingRate it:
I love, alas! yet am not lovedRate it:
Ye restless thoughtsRate it:
A silly sylvan, kissing heav'n-born fireRate it:
Adieu sweet amaryllisRate it:
Ah! cannot sighs not tearsRate it:
Ah! cruel AmarillisRate it:
Alas what hope of speedingRate it:
Alas! What a wretched life is this!Rate it:
All pleasure is of this conditionRate it:
And though my love aboundingRate it:
As fair as mornRate it:
As matchless beautyRate it:
Away, thou shalt not love meRate it:
Ay me; can every rumourRate it:
Change me, O heav'nsRate it:
Dear pity, how, ah!Rate it:
Despiteful thus unto myself, I languishRate it:
Die, hapless manRate it:
Down in a valley as Alexis tripsRate it:
Draw on, Sweet NightRate it:
Flora gave me fairest flowersRate it:
Fly not so swift, my dearRate it:
Fly, Love, aloftRate it:
Happy streams, whose trembling fallRate it:
Happy, O happy heRate it:
Hard destinies are love and beauty partedRate it:
I always begRate it:
I am quite tired with my groansRate it:
I fall, I fallRate it:
I live, and yet methinks I do not breatheRate it:
I sung sometimesRate it:
Lady, when I behold the roses sproutingRate it:
Lady, your words do spite meRate it:
Love Not Me for Comely GraceRate it:
My throat is soreRate it:
O fools! can you not seeRate it:
O God, the rock of my whole strengthRate it:
O wretched man!Rate it:
O, what shall I doRate it:
Of joys and pleasing painsRate it:
Oft have I vow'dRate it:
ong have I made these hills and valleys wearyRate it:
So light is loveRate it:
Softly, O! dropp mine eyesRate it:
Stay, Corydon, thou swainRate it:
Sweet honey-sucking beesRate it:
Sweet love, if thou wilt gainRate it:
The Lady OrianaRate it:
There is a jewelRate it:
There, where I saw her lovely beauty paintedRate it:
Thou art but young, thou say’stRate it:
Thus love commandsRate it:
Thus saith my Cloris brightRate it:
Unkind, O, stay thy flying!Rate it:
Weep, O mine eyesRate it:
What needeth all this travail?Rate it:
When Cloris heardRate it:
When shall my wretched lifeRate it:
Where most my thoughtsRate it:
Ye that do live in pleasuresRate it:
Yet, sweet, take heedRate it:

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