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The Assemble of Goddes

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Author: Anonymous
Published: 1500
Language: English
Wordcount: 19,284 / 70 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 74.5
LoC Category: PN
Downloads: 801
Added to site: 2007.02.22 16106
Genre: Poetry

se that they were come.
¶ He was ryght glad & prayed theym to syt.
¶ Nay sayd Dyana this is all and some.
¶ ye shall me pardone I shall not syt yet.
¶ I shall fyrste know why Colus abyde.
¶ And what execucyon shall on hym be doo
¶ For his offence / well sayd Appollo.

¶ Madame ye shall haue all your plesere.
¶ Syth that it wyll none otherwyse be.
¶ But fyste I pray you let me {the} mater here
¶ why he is brought in this perplexyte.
¶ well sayd Pluto that shall ye sone se.
¶ And gan to declare euen by and by.
¶ Bothe theyr complayntes ordynatly.

¶ And whan Appolo had herd the reporte
¶ Of Pluto in a maner smylynge he sayd.
¶ I se well Colus thou hast small comforte.
¶ Thy selfe to excuse thou mayst be dysmayde·
¶ For to here so grete co{m}pleyntes ayen the layd
¶ And notwythstondyng if thou can say ought
¶ For thyne



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