|W. Garrett Horder, comp. The Poets Bible: New Testament. 1895.|
|When he saw the wind boisterous|
|Richard Crashaw (G.) (c. 16131649)|
When he saw the wind boisterous he was afraid, etc.MATT. XIV.
PETER! doubt, and thou sinkest! O believe;
|The sea will not thy faith, Peter, deceive.|
|Things by their weight subside into the wave;|
|Thy lightness, Peter, threats a watry grave.|