William Warner

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William Warner (1558? - March 9, 1609), was an English poet, born in London about 1558.


  • With that she dasht her on the lippes,
    So dyed double red:
    Hard was the heart that gave the blow,
    Soft were those lips that bled.
    • Albion’s England (published 1612), Book viii. chap. xli. stanza 53.
  • We thinke no greater blisse then such
    To be as be we would,
    When blessed none but such as be
    The same as be they should.
    • Albion’s England (published 1612), Book x. chap. lix. stanza 68.

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