Cedar, shrubs, root

The Rape of Lucrece, [659-665]. “So shall these slaves be king, and thou their slave;/ Thou nobly base, thy basely dignified;/ Thou their fair life, and they thy fouler grave;/ Thou loathed in their shame, they in thy pride,/ The lesser thing should not the greater hide;/ The cedar stoops not to the base shrub’s foot,/ But low shrubs wither at the cedar’s root.”

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