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Lady Mary Chudleigh Poems

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by Chudleigh, Lady Mary
 Melissa: I've still rever'd your Order [she is responding to a Parson] as Divine;
And when I see unblemish'd Virtue shine,
When solid Learning, and substantial Sense,
Are joyn'd with unaffected Eloquence;
When...Read More



by Chudleigh, Lady Mary
 Would but indulgent Fortune send
To me a kind, and faithful Friend,
One who to Virtue's Laws is true,
And does her nicest Rules pursue;
One Pious, Lib'ral, Just and Brave,
And to his...Read More

by Chudleigh, Lady Mary
 WIFE and servant are the same,
But only differ in the name : 
For when that fatal knot is ty'd, 
Which nothing, nothing can divide : 
When she the word...Read More

by Chudleigh, Lady Mary
 Remember that time you made the wish?

 I make a lot of wishes.

The time I lied to you
about the butterfly. I always wondered
what you wished for.

 What do you...Read More