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Contra los vanos principes.

Ottava rhima.

Ves Ó Phaeton[1] como hecho carretero
Para regir el carro hecho de fuego á[M]
Como des que abras˛ aÓel mundo entero
Cay˛ d’el exe enque subi˛ de šiego.
D’esta manera Ó los que el plašentero
Mundo subi˛ Ó rreynar, subidos luego
Con la Fortuna sus reynos destruyen,
Despues, ˛ caen, ˛ mueren, ˛ alfin huyen.

[Marginalia - link to text]El carro d’el Sol.

Notes:

1. áPhaethon, the son of Apollo, the sun-god. The myth referred to here is told in Ovid, Metamorphoses 1.748 - 2.349. Both Phaethon and Icarus ([A49a053]) are types of those who aim too high and do not recognise their proper sphere.


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