To Marigolds By Robert Herrick – Poems Series

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Give way, and be ye ravish’d by the sun,
And hang the head whenas the act is done,
Spread as he spreads, wax less as he does wane;
And as he shuts, close up to maids again.

Note: This poem is in the public domain.

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