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De el que no sabe lisongear.

Ottava rhima.

Quieres saber por que mude se˝ores
Thesalia, y por que a’l nuevo siempre quiera?
No tiene condišion de aduladores,
Ni jamas aprendiˇ Ó ser lisongera.
Mas (como los cavallos saltadores)
Derriba Ó quien no entiende su manera,[1]
Y es menester para que estŔ domada
Echalle otra la brida mas doblada.

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1. áSee Plato, Politicus 261d for the image of the ruler as supervisor of a stud of horses.


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