Richard Crashaw ( - August 25, 1649)
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Welcome, all wonders in one sight! Eternity shut in a span.
O thou undaunted daughter of desires! / By all thy dower of lights and fires; / By all the eagle in thee, all the dove; / By all thy lives and deaths of love; / By thy large draughts of intellectual day.
Farewell house, and farewell home! / She's for the Moors, and martyrdom.
It was Thy day, sweet! and did rise / Not from the East, but from Thine eyes.
Life, that dares send / A challenge to his end, / And when it comes say, `Welcome, friend!'
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(The demand for) closing of the mine is misled.
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