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John Wilbye (baptized 7 March 1574 – September 1638) was an English madrigal composer.

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List of poems by John Wilbye 62 total

I always beg
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Love Not Me for Comely Grace
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Adieu sweet amaryllis 134 ViewsRate it
Sweet love, if thou wilt gain
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Dear pity, how, ah! 124 ViewsRate it
Weep, O mine eyes 119 ViewsRate it
Of joys and pleasing pains
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What needeth all this travail?
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Ah! cannot sighs not tears
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A silly sylvan, kissing heav'n-born fire
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Ye that do live in pleasures
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Fly not so swift, my dear
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When shall my wretched life
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Where most my thoughts
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As fair as morn
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There is a jewel 104 ViewsRate it
Hard destinies are love and beauty parted
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ong have I made these hills and valleys weary
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Sweet honey-sucking bees
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Fly, Love, aloft
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Change me, O heav'ns
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O fools! can you not see
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I fall, I fall
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O God, the rock of my whole strength
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Thou art but young, thou say’st
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I sung sometimes
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Lady, your words do spite me
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Unkind, O, stay thy flying!
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Ye restless thoughts
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Alas! What a wretched life is this!
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O wretched man!
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Away, thou shalt not love me 73 ViewsRate it
O, what shall I do
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When Cloris heard
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Alas what hope of speeding
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There, where I saw her lovely beauty painted
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My throat is sore 68 ViewsRate it
I love, alas! yet am not loved
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Ay me; can every rumour
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I am quite tired with my groans 65 ViewsRate it
Happy streams, whose trembling fall
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Flora gave me fairest flowers 61 ViewsRate it
Die, hapless man 60 ViewsRate it
Thus saith my Cloris bright 58 ViewsRate it
I live, and yet methinks I do not breathe
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Softly, O! dropp mine eyes
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Despiteful thus unto myself, I languish
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Down in a valley as Alexis trips
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And though my love abounding 54 ViewsRate it
Lady, when I behold the roses sprouting
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The Lady Oriana 51 ViewsRate it
Cruel, behold my heavy ending
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All pleasure is of this condition
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Stay, Corydon, thou swain
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Draw on, Sweet Night
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Oft have I vow'd
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As matchless beauty
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Happy, O happy he
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Yet, sweet, take heed
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Ah! cruel Amarillis
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So light is love
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Thus love commands
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