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Volpone by Ben Jonson Prepared from 1607 Quarto (STC 14783) by Hugh Craig, D of English, U of Newcastle. OTA A-1433-A Good morning to the Day; and, next, my Gold: Open the shrine, that I may see my Saint. Hayle the worlds soule, and mine. More glad then is The teeming earth, to see the longd-for Sunne Peepe through the hornes of the Cælestiall Ram, Am I, to view thy splendor, darkening his: That lying here, amongst my other hoordes, Shew'st like a flame, by night; or like the Day Strooke out of Chaos, when all darkenes fled Unto the center. O thou Son of Sol, (But brighter then thy father) let me kisse, With adoration, thee, and euery relique Of sacred treasure, in this blessed roome. Well did wise Poets, by thy glorious name, Title that age, which they would have the best; Thou being the best of things: and far transcending All stile of ioy, in children, parents, friends, Or any other waking dreame on earth. Thy lookes when they to Venus did ascribe, They should have given her twenty . . .
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