Surely 'twas thy presaging Spirit : For why!
Hauing small time thou would'st doe worthily.
Thou took'st thy light, because in heauinesse
Would'st not see drown'd a world of Worthinesse.
V pon the sudden and immature Death of both the Lords.
Here wee see verified, All Aesh is grasse ;
And the glory thereof like flower of grasse ;
The flower fadeth long before the grasse :
So worthiest Persons before other passe.
A comfortable Conclusion.
Tho Death on them hath shew'd his vtmost power,
Heav'ns King hath crown'd them with th' Immortall flower.
Capellanus mestissimus fecit invitâ Minervâ.
C. Baldwin, Printer,
New Bridge-street, London.