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T. R. Smith, comp.  Poetica Erotica: Rare and Curious Amatory Verse.  1921–22.
 
“Chloe Blush’d and Frown’d and Swore”
By Nicholas Rowe (1674–1718)
 
(From The Biter, 1705)

    CHLOE blush’d and frown’d and swore,
      And push’d me rudely from her;
    I call’d her Faithless, Jilting Whore,
      To talk to me of Honour;
    But when I rose and would be gone,        5
      She cried nay, whither go ye?
    Young Damon say, now we’re alone,
Do, do, do what you will, do what you will with Chloe:
Do what you will, what you will, what you will with Chloe,
Do what you will, what you will, what you will with Chloe.        10
 
 
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