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Sic dilexit mundum Deus, ut Filium morti traduit 308

Juga boum emi

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D. Paulum, verbo sanantem claudum, pro Mercurio

Lystres adorant.

309

In S. Columbam ad Christi caput sedentem

309

In fores Divi Petro sponte apertas

310

Murmurabant Pharisæi, dicentes, Recipit peccatores et

comedit cum illis

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In trabem Pharisaicam

311

Constituerunt ut si quis confiteretur eum esse Christum,

synagoga moveretur

311

De voto filiorum Zebedæi

312

Ad hospites cænæ miraculosæ quinque panum

312

De Christo contra mundum pugna

312

Græci disputatores Divo Paulo mortem machinantur 313

Qui maximus est inter vos, esto sicut qui minimus 313

Luc. XIX. 41

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Christus in Ægypto .

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In cæcos Christum confitentes, Pharisæos abnegantes 314

Si quis pone me veniet, tollat crucem et sequatur me 314

Relictis omnibus sequutus 'est eum

315

Ædificatis sepulchra Prophetarum

315

In manum aridam qua Christo mota est miseratio 315

Ad D. Lucam medicum

316

Hydropicus sanatus, Christum jam sitiens .

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In cætum coelestem omnium Sanctorum .

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Christus absenti medetur

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Cæcus natus

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Et ridebant illum .

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In sapientiam seculi

318

In stabulum ubi natus est Dominus

318

S. Stephanus amicis suis, funus sibi curantibus

319

In D. Joannem, quem Domitianus ferventi oleo (illæsum)

indidit

319

In tenellos Martyres.

320

Attulerunt ei omnes male effectos, dæmoniacos, lunaticos

-et sanavit eos.

320

Tuam ipsius animam pertransibit gladius

320

In sanguinem circumcisionis Domini. Ad convivas, quos

hæc dies apud nos solennes habet

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AIL sister springs,

Crystal
Parents of silver-footed rills !

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Ever bubbling things !

Thawing crystal ! Snowy hills !
Still spending, never spent ;

I mean
Thy fair eyes, sweet Magdalene.

heavens
Heavens thy fair eyes eyes =stars
Heavens of ever-falling stars ;

'Tis seed-time still with thee,

And stars thou sow'st, whose harvest dares
Promise the earth to countershine
Whatever makes Heaven's forehead fine.

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But we're deceived all :
Stars indeed they are too true,

For they but seem to fall

As Heaven's other spangles do :
It is not for our earth and us,
To shine in things so precious.

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tears

Upwards thou dost weep;
streaming Heaven's bosom drinks the gentlo-stream.

Where the milky rivers creep, ;
Waters Thine floats above and is the cream.

Waters above the heavens, what they be,
We are taught best by thy tears and thee.

chererbseinks Every morn from hence, teas

A brisk cherub something sips,

Whose soft influence

Adds sweetness to his sweetest lips ;
Then to his music: and his song
Tastes of this breakfast all day long.

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Not in the evening's eyes,
When they red with weeping are

For the Sun that dies,

Sits Sorrow with a face so fair.
Nowhere but here did ever meet
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When Sorrow would be seen
In her brightest majesty,

For she is a queen,

Then is she drest by none but thee.

Then, and only then, she wears teers - Pearl Her richest pearls, I mean thy tears.

The dew no more will weep,
The primrose's pale cheek to deck;

The dew no more will sleep,

Personifaction of Dew, Drops

Creep

STEPS TO THE TEMPLE.

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Nuzzled in the lily's neck.
Much rather would it tremble here,
And leave them both to be thy tear.

tears=dew

There is no need at all,
That the balsam-sweating bough

So coyly should let fall

His med'cinable tears; for now
Nature hath learnt t’extract a dew, dewztcars
More sovereign and sweet from you.

The mags dew
Yet let the poor drops weep,
Weeping is the case of woe;

Softly let them creep,

Sad that they are vanquish'd so; Drops Creed They, though to others no relief, as if alive May balsam be for their own grief.

Such the maiden

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By the wanton spring put on,

Peeps from her parent stem,

And blushes on the watery sun :
This watery blossom of thy eyne tecer
Ripe, will make the richer wine.

blossom

When some new bright guest
Takes up among the stars a room,

And Heaven will make a feast,

Angels with crystal vials come;
And draw from these full eyes of thine

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Their Master's water, their own wine. tear = wine

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