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Verses ty'd about a Fawn's Neck, which was presented to a very young Lady, call'd by her Friends the Ivory Maid.

1 As thro' this sylvan Scene I stray'd,
2 I saw and lov'd the Iv'ry Maid:
3 And hearing that she fled from Man,
4 I begg'd this Form of mighty Pan;
5 To try, by ev'ry winning Art,
6 To gain Possession of her Heart;
7 When raging Tempests cloud the Sky,
8 Transported at her Feet to lie;
9 When Phoebus brightens up the Weather,
10 To trip it o'er the Lawns together.

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Title (in Source Edition): Verses ty'd about a Fawn's Neck, which was presented to a very young Lady, call'd by her Friends the Ivory Maid.
Themes: sex; relations between the sexes; animals
Genres: occasional poem
References: DMI 11641

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Poems on Several Occasions. London: Printed for C. Rivington, at the Bible and Crown in St. Paul's Church-Yard, 1735, p. 260. lx, 290,[14]p.; 8⁰. (ESTC T42623; DMI 523; Foxon p. 45)

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