To Lady Vanity

Poem By Instalasi Sastra

Lady vanity!
Why thy heart love, but thy lips lie,
From what the god had bestow;
When thy though seem to die,
From the creation of love below;
My bosom still revere thee,
Even though thou are lady vanity.

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