Sir Philip Sidney 1554 - 1586

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Thy necessity is yet greater than mine.
Sir Philip Sidney (1554-1586), British poet, diplomat, soldier. Quoted in Life of Sir Philip Sidney, ch. 12, Sir Fulke Greville (1652). offering his water to a dying soldier, at the battle of Zutphen, Sept. 22, 1586, where Sidney himself had received a mortal wound.

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Please explain what haunts Sir Philip Sidney when he talks about " Desire, desire! " I have too dearly bought, with price of mangled mind, thy worthless ware;
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