Thomas Lodge

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Thomas Lodge (c. 15581625) was an English dramatist and writer of the Elizabethan and Jacobean periods.

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Poem, Rosalynde[edit]

  • Heigh, ho, fair Rosalynde!
  • Her neck is like a stately tower,
    Where Love himself imprison'd lies
  • With orient pearl, with ruby red,
    With marble white, with sapphire blue,
    Her body every way is fed,
    Yet soft in touch, and sweet in view:

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