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La concordia.

Ottava rhima.

De la concordia muy clara figura
Son las cornejas,[1] en quien la pureza
(Sin ser jamas rompida) de amor dura:
Amor que al reyno tanta fortaleza
Promette, quanta quita la locura
Que de constancia nunca dio certeza.
Deaqui guardan el sceptro que en concordia
S’ensalça quanto se abaxa en discordia.

Notes:

1.  See Aelian, De natura animalium 3.9. on the mutual love and loyalty of crows.


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CONCORDE.

Marcque de Concorde.

Corneilles hont merveilleuse concorde,
Leur foy jamais d’ensemble ne discorde.[1]
Sceptres des Roys portent de telz oyseaux,
Car par accord Princes sont bas, ou haulx,
Lequel tollu discordes, & desroys,
Viennent soubdain, tirans la mort des Roys.

C’est ce que Micipsa en Saluste dict, que par concor-
de les petites choses croissent. Et les grandes (com-
me Royaumes & Roys) deschéent par discorde.

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1.  See Aelian, De natura animalium 3.9. on the mutual love and loyalty of crows.


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