Excerpt from The Poetical Works of William Strode (1600-1645): Now First Collected From Manuscript and Printed Sources, to Which Is Added the Floating Island, a Tragi-Comedy, Now First Reprinted From the Original Edition of 1655
To a Gentlewoman for a Friend; For a Gentleman, who, kissing his Friend at his departure, left a sign of blood on her; On a Dissembler; On Gray Eyes; On a Gentlewoman's Watch that wanted a key; A Watch sent home to Mrs. Eliz. King; On a watch made by a Blacksmith; On a Gentlewoman that sung and play dupon a Lute; Upon the blush of a faire Ladie; On a Gentlewoman walking in the Snowe; On Chloris standing by the Fire; To a Valentine; A Superscription on Sir Philip Sidney's Arcadia; Posies; On the Picture of two Dolphins in a Fountayne; Sonnet: "My love and I for kisses play'd" To his Mistress "In your sterne beauty I can see"; A Lover to his Mistress; A Riddle: on a Kiss; On a Gentlewoman that had had the small poxe; On Jealousy; Religious Poems: Of Death Resurrection; On the Bible; On a Register for the Bible; Another; Anthem for Good Fryday; An Antheme; Justification; On the Life of Man; Elegies: On the death of of Mrs. Mary Neudham
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