Joshua Sylvester poems

Joshua Sylvester(1563 - 1618 / England)
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Du Bartas, His Divine Weeks and Works (excerpt)

- by Joshua Sylvester 24


The Glorious Stars of Heaven

- by Joshua Sylvester 23

I'll ne'er believe that the Arch-Architect
With all these fires the heavenly arches decked
Only for show, and with their glistening shields
To amaze the poor shepherds watching in the fields:
I'll ne'er believe that the least flower that pranks
Our garden borders, or the common banks,
And the least stone that in her warming lap
Our kind nurse Earth doth covetously wrap
Hath some peculiar virtue of its own,
And that the glorious stars of Heaven have none,
But shine in vain, and have no charge precise,
But to be walking in Heaven's galleries,
And through the palace up and down to clamber
As golden gulls about a presence-chamber.

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