General Editor: Marc R. Plamondon
1Thought with good cause thou likest so well the night,
2Since kind or chance giues both one liuerie,
3Both sadly black, both blackly darkned be,
5Silence in both displaies his sullen might,
6Slow heauinesse in both holds one degree,
7That full of doubts, thou of perplexitie;
8Thy teares expresse nights natiue moisture right.
13For that at length yet doth invite some rest,
14Thou thought still tired, yet still doest it detest.