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Michael Drayton
Editor's Selection of Poems





"Since there's no help"
To His Coy Love
To Humour
Nymphidia
To the Reader of these Sonnets
"You not alone, when you are still alone"
To the Shadow
To Time
"An evil spirit, your beauty haunts me still"
To Despair
To the Senses
To the Vestals
To Imagination
To Admiration
"Dear, why should you command me to my rest"
"Some men there be which like my method well"
"Whilst thus my pen strives to eternize thee"
"When first I ended, then I first began"
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