Venus and Adonis, [589-592]. “/The boar!’ quoth she, whereat a sudden pale,/ Like lawn being spread upon the blushing rose,/ Usurps her cheek. She trembles at his tale/ And on his neck her yoking arms she throws./ She sinketh down, still hanging by his neck,/ He on her belly falls, she on her back.”

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    […] a prisoner in a red-rose chain [109-112]; has prickles yet is plucked [571-576]; like lawn upon, [589-592]; “gloss on the rose” [931-936]; aroma of rose, sonnet [54]; Sonnets [67]; canker in […]

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