Sir Thomas Wyatt Quotes

here I ame in Kent and Christendome Emong the muses where I rede and ryme;
Sir Thomas Wyatt (1503?-1542), British poet. Satires: Mine Own John Poins (l. 100-101). . . Oxford Book of Sixteenth Century Verse, The. E. K. Chambers, comp. (1932) Oxford University Press.
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My lute awake! perform the last Labour that thou and I shall waste, And end that I have now begun; For when this song is sung and past, My lute be still, for I have done.
Sir Thomas Wyatt (1503?-1542), British poet. The Lover Complaineth the Unkindness of His Love (l. 1-5). . . Complete Poems [Sir Thomas Wyatt]. R. A. Rebholz, ed. (1978) Penguin Books.
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Tangled was I in Love's snare. Oppressed with pain, torment with care; Of grief right sure, of joy quite bare, Clean in despair by cruelty.
Sir Thomas Wyatt (1503?-1542), British poet. The Lover Rejoiceth (l. 1-4). . . Complete Poems [Sir Thomas Wyatt]. R. A. Rebholz, ed. (1978) Penguin Books.
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My most desire my hand may reach, My will is alway at my hand; Me need not long for to beseech Her that hath power me to command.
Sir Thomas Wyatt (1503?-1542), British poet. The Lover Rejoiceth the Enjoying of His Love (l. 17-20). . . Oxford Book of Sixteenth Century Verse, The. E. K. Chambers, comp. (1932) Oxford University Press.
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Nothing on earth more would I have, Save that I have, to have it still.
Sir Thomas Wyatt (1503?-1542), British poet. The Lover Rejoiceth the Enjoying of His Love (l. 23-24). . . Oxford Book of Sixteenth Century Verse, The. E. K. Chambers, comp. (1932) Oxford University Press.
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They flee from me that sometime did me seek, With naked foot stalking in my chamber.
Sir Thomas Wyatt (1503?-1542), British poet. They Flee from Me That Sometime Did Me Seek (l. 1-2). . . Complete Poems [Sir Thomas Wyatt]. R. A. Rebholz, ed. (1978) Penguin Books.
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Trouth is trayed where craft is in ure; But though ye have had my hertes cure, Trow ye I dote withoute ending? What no, perdy!
Sir Thomas Wyatt (1503?-1542), British poet. What no, perdy! Ye may be sure! (L. 6-9). . . Complete Poems [Sir Thomas Wyatt]. R. A. Rebholz, ed. (1978) Penguin Books.
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since I see Your double heart, Farewell my part!
Sir Thomas Wyatt (1503?-1542), British poet. What should I say (l. 12-14). . . Complete Poems [Sir Thomas Wyatt]. R. A. Rebholz, ed. (1978) Penguin Books.
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What should I say, Since faith is dead, And truth away From you is fled? Should I be led With doubleness?
Sir Thomas Wyatt (1503?-1542), British poet. What should I say (l. 1-6). . . Complete Poems [Sir Thomas Wyatt]. R. A. Rebholz, ed. (1978) Penguin Books.
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The vain travail hath wearied me so sore,
Sir Thomas Wyatt (1503?-1542), British poet. Whoso List to Hunt (l. 3). . . Complete Poems [Sir Thomas Wyatt]. R. A. Rebholz, ed. (1978) Penguin Books.
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