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Flamma sine Fumo

or, poems without fictions. Hereunto are annexed the Causes, Symptoms, or Signes of several Diseases with their Cures, and also the diversity of Urines, with their Causes in Poetical measure. By R. W. [i.e. Rowland Watkyns]
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A Hymn.
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A Hymn.

Hear me, thou God of my delight:
Me inspire with thy fire
Pure and bright.
Cleer my face with thy grace;
Turn, I pray, night to day,
With the beams of thy glorious light.
My waters calm, and cure me with thy balm;
Have in store for my sore
Some redress,
Rid my fears, wipe the tears
Which mine eyes do surprise,
And me with thy pleasures bless.
Great King, break not a bruised reed,
Give me bread to be fed
At my need.
Call to mind (Lord) how kind
Christ thy Son me hath won,
When his precious side must bleed.
Keep me from thrall, and let me never fall
Into woe, lest my foe
May be glad.
Let thy wing comfort bring
To my mind when I find
My soul in her mourning clad.


All laud unto the glorious King,
Whose great love we may prove
By each thing.
Heart and voice shall rejoyce,
And my breath unto death
Shall harmonious Anthems sing.
Lord, when I die, let my spirit flie
To thy throne, where alone
Thou dost raign.
Perfect health, and true wealth,
Quiet peace never cease,
In thy Kingdom, there's no pain.
Glory unto the Father be,
To the Son it be done
Praise and boast th' Holy Ghost
With thy power every hour,
One true God in Persons three.
Now 'tis even as heretofore it was,
And shall be certainly
His great light hath no night,
Nor can he changed be,
But remains as he was before.