Quotation by Henry Vaughan

Then whisper by that holy spring,
Where for her sake I would have died,
Whilst those water-nymphs did bring
Flowers to cure what she had tried;
And of my faith and love did sing.
Henry Vaughan (1622–1695), Welsh poet. To Amoret (l. 11–15).

EnLoPo. English Love Poems. John Betjeman and Geoffrey Taylor, comps. (1957; paperback 1964) Faber and Faber.
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