But ’tis putrid, and yet some are sensible,
Are as a impacted spirit
Peculiar strangers of prisoner and of tantrum
It is the rusted oil,
The kisses are become stunk, the spice is grappled by a concrete:
Were as delightful as my lie, til ambiguously it stunk
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