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This Mushrum may appear,|
When first the Sun
But when His Hemisphere is run,
And that the Ev'n draws near,
It shuts up all its treasure, and so dies.
When we behold the Morning Dew|
Dissolve ith' rising Sun: What would it shew ?
But that a Sun to us did rise,
Our Fathers hoary sin to Atomise.
And when the Flowers display'd appear,
To entertain the mounting Charettier:
What would they speak in that fair dress ?
But Man's redemption out of wretchedness.
For the shade-shortning Noon can tell
The Proud, and such as with Ambition swell;
That whilst upon Opinions wing
They seek to fore, they work their lessening.
And the Prognostick Western set,
May Our Conditions rightly counterfeit;
For if we rise, shine, and set Cleer,
The Day-Star from on high's our Comforter:
If Sin beclowd us as we fall,
Our next dayes rise will prove our Funerall:
Et quid lachrymabilius?