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Contra los que se rebelan.

SEMIOTTAVA.

En rebelar de lo que bien hiziste
Dando mal fin Ó lo bien comenšado,
Como la cabra que trastorna fuiste,
El tarro de su leche cogolmado.


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    Que mal se logra lo mal ganado.[1]

    TERCETOS.

    Un comedor milano vomitava
    Aquello de que antes se avia enchido,[2]
    Y que echava sus tripas se quexava.
    Amansale su madre aquel quexido
    Diziendo que porque suyas pensava
    Las tripas ser que de otro avia comido.

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    1. áThe title is proverbial. See Cicero, Philippics, 2.65.

    2. áThe kite was a figure of greed and extortion.


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