they willed her unpeace; for though they were weaponless

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Their timid necks and tremble; so these both

they willed her unpeace; for though they were weaponless

Leant to each other trembling, and sat so

they willed her unpeace; for though they were weaponless

Waiting for some destruction- when lo,

they willed her unpeace; for though they were weaponless

Foot-feather'd Mercury appear'd sublime

Beyond the tall tree tops; and in less time

Than shoots the slanted hail-storm, down he dropt

Towards the ground; but rested not, nor stopt

One moment from his home: only the sward



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