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Once I am sure ye will or no: She thought herself endured to much pain: The stormy blasts her cave so sore did souse That when the furrows swimmed with the rain She must lie cold and wet in sorry plight, And, worse than that, bare meat there did remain To comfort her when she her house had dight: Sometime a barleycorn, sometime a bean, For which she labored hard both day and night In harvest time, whilst she might go and glean.
Then was she fain to take, instead of food, Sleep if she might, her hunger to beguile. In cold and storm she lieth warm and dry In bed of down, and dirt doth not defile Her tender foot, she laboreth not as I.
By sea, by land, of the delicates the most Her cater seeks and spareth for no peril. She feedeth on boiled, baken meat, and roast, And hath thereof neither charge nor travail.
And, when she list, the liquor of the grape Doth goad her heart till that her belly swell. And to the door now is she come by stealth, And with her foot anon she scrapeth full fast. The other for fear durst not well scarce appear, Of every noise so was the wretch aghast.
For as she looks, askance, Under a stool she spied two steaming eyes In a round head with sharp ears. The town mouse fled; she knew whither to go. The other had no shift, but wondrous sore Feared of her life, at home she wished her, though.
And no marvel, when sight is so opprest And blind the guide. Anon out of the way Goeth guide and all in seeking quiet life. Each kind of life hath with him his disease: A small thing it is that may thy mind appease. Thyself content with that is thee assigned, And use it well that is to thee allotted, Then seek no more out of thyself to find The thing that thou hast sought so long before, For thou shalt find it sitting in thy mind.
Mad, if ye list to continue your sore, Let present pass, and gape on time to come, And deep yourself in travail more and more. Henceforth, my Poynz, this shall be all and some: These wretched fools shall have nought else of me. And whilst they clasp their lusts in arms across Grant them, good Lord, as Thou mayst of Thy might, To fret inward for losing such a loss.
Too much travail so do your train appair. Ye old mule Ye must now serve to market and to fair, All for the burden, for panniers a pair. For since gray hairs been powdered in your sable, The thing ye seek for, you must yourself enable To purchase it by payment and by prayer, Ye old mule.Background.
Thomas Boleyn was born in around , the eldest of ten children. His parents were Sir William Boleyn ( – ), son of Geoffrey Boleyn ( – ) the Lord Mayor of London, and Lady Margaret Butler ( – ), daughter of Thomas Butler, the 7th Earl of Ormonde ( – ).
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