Those spots upon my Lady's face...
Those spots upon my Lady's face appearing,
The one of black, the other bright carnation,
Are like the mulberries in dainty gardens growing,
Where grows delight and pleasure of each fashion
They grow too high, and warely kept from me,
Which makes me sing, ah me! 'twill never be.
Submitted by Andrew Schneider [Guest Editor]
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