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Full text of "The Dynasts : Parts First And Second"

PART SECOND
GODOY
I hold seven thousand men to cover us, And ships in Cadiz port    But then  the Prince Flatly declines to go.    He lauds the French As true deliverers.
QUEEN
Go Fernando must \ .  .
0 my sweet friend, that we  our sole two selves  Could but escape and leave the rest to fate,
And in a western bower dream out our days !  For the King's glass can run but briefly now, Shattered and shaken as his vigour is,  But ah  your love burns not in singleness ! Why, dear, caress josefa Tudo still? She does not solve her soul in yours as I. And why those others even more than her ? . . . How little own I in thee !
GODOY
Such must be.
1  cannot quite forsake them.    Don't forget The same scope has been yours in former years,
QUEEN
Yes, Love ;   I know.     I yield !   You cannot leave
nhem ;
But if you ever would bethink yourself How long I have been yours, how truly all Those otner pleasures were my desperate shifts To soften sorrow at your absences, You would be faithful to me !
GODOY
True, my dear.  229