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<Text id=DanUlSy> <Author>Daniel, Samuel</Author> <Title>Ulisses and The Syren</Title> <Edition>Poems and A Defence of Ryme. Arthur Colby Sprague, ed. Chicago and London: The University of Chicago Press, 1965</Edition> <Date>1605</Date> <body> <loc><locdoc>DanUlSy160</locdoc><milestone n=160> <div0> <l><i>Syren</i>. Come worthy Greeke, <i>Vlisses</i> come</l> <l>Possesse these shores with me:</l> <l>The windes and Seas are troublesome,</l> <l>And heere we may be free.</l> <l>Here mayu we sit, and view their toile</l> <l>That trauaile in the deepe,</l> <l>And ioy the day in mirth the while,</l> <l>And spend the night in sleepe.</l> <l n=10><i>Vlis</i>. Faire Nimph, if fame, or honor were</l> <l>To be attaynd with ease</l> <l>Then would I come, and rest me there,</l> <l>And leaue such toyles as these.</l> <l>But here it dwels, and here must I</l> <l>With danger seeke it forth,</l> <l>To spend the time luxuriously</l> <l>Becomes not men of worth.</l> <l><i>Syr. Vlisses</i>, O be not . . .
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