Thomas Wyatt

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Sir Thomas Wyatt (1503 – 11 October 1542) was an English courtier and poet.

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  • Forget not yet the tried intent
    Of such a truth as I have meant;
    My great travail so gladly spent,
    Forget not yet!
    • Poem: A Supplication
  • And wilt thou leave me thus?
    Say nay! say nay! for shame!
    To save thee from the blame
    Of all my grief and grame.
    And wilt thou leave me thus?
    Say nay! say nay!
    • Poem: The Lover's Appeal
  • Behold love, thy power how she despiseth:
    My great pain, how little she regardeth
    The holy oath, whereof she taketh no cure
    Broken she hath : and yet she bideth sure
    Right at her ease, and little she dreadeth.
    • Rondeau 1 [1]

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