n jSO?S FABLES. Thy darts are wing'd with death/gainft natures Law; See in the Groves what flaughter thou haft made. Muft the World end ? Muft ail our Youth be (lain > Muft feeble Age again Recruit the Lofs ? Then let the Gods ordain That Winter marrying with North Winds be bound To make., with fharp Frofts, pregnant barren ground. Admonifli'd thus, he looks about, and fpi'd Old Men and Matrons dancing in a Ring, And joyful V&ans to Lov's Mother fing, While arm inarm fad youthful Lovers dy'd. Streight the Mifchance Cupid to Death makes known, Requiring to return his own ; But Death in various Conquefts taking Pride, Referv'd fbme feather'd with the Sparrows Wing, And left him others dipt i'th Stygian Lake. From whence rofe the Mi/take, That when fweet love Virgins and Youth fliould make It proves fad Wils; and Old folks one Leg have In wanton Sheets., the other in the Grave. Moral. Age burnt with Lovejvbile Touth cold Ague Jhafyr; And Nature oft her Principles miftatyt: Sofuffers Touth in Ages cold imbrace, As living Men to dead bound face to face. Fab.