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HELLERA.

Ivy


Fu de Poeti gia degna corona
L’Hellera. questa č pallida, & anchora
Pallido č chi per bere in Helicona
Suda mai sempre, e s’affatica ogn’hora.
Ella per tempo mai non abbandona
L’honor de le sue foglie: e qui dimora
Dopo la morte in ogni estremo lido
Del ben dotto Poeta eterno il grido,


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El Box.

OTTAVA ACEPHALA.

El crespo y verde Box d’el qual se haze
La flauta en el sonido differente.[1]
Tambien serā seņal que satisfaze
De aquel que herido d’el Amor se siente:
Porque de amarillez estā teņido
Como el que d’el Amor se siente herido.[2]

Notes:

1.  For pipes of boxwood, see e.g. Ovid, Metamorphoses, 4.30.

2.  The lover should affect pallor and emaciation, as these will soften the lady’s heart; see Ovid, Ars Amatoria, 1.729ff.


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