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'vainly men themselves amaze'
The Garden
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'Does prudently their toils upbraid'
The Garden
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'Your sacred plants'
The Garden
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'lovely green'
The Garden
4 of 49
'Apollo hunted Daphne so'
The Garden
5 of 49
'to this delicious solitude'
The Garden
6 of 49
'cruel as their flame'
The Garden
7 of 49
'what wondrous life is this I lead'
The Garden
8 of 49
'Ensnared with flowers'
The Garden
9 of 49
'Annihilating all that's made'
The Garden
10 of 49
'Such was that happy garden-state'
The Garden
11 of 49
'while man walked there without a mate'
The Garden
12 of 49
'but 'twas beyond a mortal's share'
The Garden
13 of 49
'Two paradises 'twere in one/ to live in paradise alone'
The Garden
14 of 49
'Luxurious man'
The Mower, against gardens'
15 of 49
'flowers and plants allure'
The Mower, against gardens
16 of 49
'nature was most plain and pure'
The Mower, against gardens
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'he did the roses taint' 'flowers themselves were taught to paint'
The Mower, against Gardens
18 of 49
'forbidden mixtures'
The Mower, against gardens
19 of 49
'he does nature vex'
The Mower, against Gardens
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'To procreate without a sex'
The Mower, against Gardens
21 of 49
'of all these meadows fresh and gay'
The Mower's song
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' and she/what I do to the grass,does to my thoughts and me'
The Mower's Song
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'While I with sorrow pine'
The Mower's song
24 of 49
'unthankful meadows'
The Mower's Song
25 of 49
'shall now my revenge be wrought'
The Mower's Song
26 of 49
'And flow'rs, and grass, and I and all/ will in one common ruin fall'
The Mower's Song
27 of 49
'With which I will adorn my tomb'
The Mower's Song
28 of 49
'the nightingale does sit so late'
The Mower to the glow-worms
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'ye living lamps'
The Mower to the glow-worms
30 of 49
'and studying all the summer night'
The Mower to the glow-worms
31 of 49
'ye glow-worms, whose officious flame/ to wandering mowers shows the way'
The Mower to the glow-wprms
32 of 49
'your courteous lights in vain you waste'
The Mower to the glow-worms
33 of 49
'For she my mind hath so displaced/ that I shall never find my home'
The Mower to the glow-worms
34 of 49
'Hark how the mower Damon sung'
Damon the Mower
35 of 49
'But scorching like his am'rous care'
Damon the Mower
36 of 49
'And withered like his hopes the grass'
Damon the Mower
37 of 49
'Oh what unusual heats are here'
Damon the Mower
38 of 49
'Now glitters in its second skin'
Damon the Mower
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'Not July causes these extremes/ but Juliana's scorching beams'
Damon the Mower
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'of the hot day, or hot desires'
Damon the Mower
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'Nor cold but in her icy breast'
Damon the Mower
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'I am the Mower Damon, known/ through all the meadows I have mown'
Damon the Mower
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'The edged steel by careless chance/ did into his own ankle glance'
Damon the Mower
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'by his own scythe, the mower mown'
Damon the Mower
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' 'Tis death alone that this must do/ for death thou art a mower too'
Damon the Mower
46 of 49
'sacred light'
Paradise Lost
47 of 49
'Earth's great altar'
Paradise Lost
48 of 49
'the human pair'
Paradise lost
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Card 2

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'Does prudently their toils upbraid'

Back

The Garden

Card 3

Front

'Your sacred plants'

Back

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Card 4

Front

'lovely green'

Back

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Card 5

Front

'Apollo hunted Daphne so'

Back

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