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CHAPTER VIII
PURITANS AND CAVALIERS II

Herbert is full of conceits. After writing a beautiful little poem about the blessing of rest being withheld from man that for want of it he may be drawn to God, he named his poem The Pulley! He wrote verses in the shape of an altar and in the shape of wings ; he wrote verses like these:

I bless Thee, Lord, because I GROW
Among the trees, which in a ROW
To Thee both fruit and order OW.

But one willingly pardons such whims to the man who could write the christianized common sense of The Church Porch and the tender, sunlit verses of

Sweet day, so cool, so calm, so bright.

Richard Crashaw, 1613 ?-1649. The names of two other religious poets of the time are familiar, Richard Crashaw and Henry Vaughan. Crashaw, as well as Herbert and Vaughan, was of the Church of England, but he afterwards became a Roman Catholic Steps to and spent his last years in Italy. In 1646 the z'emhe published a collection of most of his ple. 1646. works, with the title Steps to the Temple: Sacred Poems with other Delights of llae Muses, containing both religious and secular verse.
Crashaw is best remembered by a single line of religious verse, his Latin line in reference to Christ's changing of water into wine, " Nympha pudice deum, vidit et erubuit," translated into English by Dryden thus,

The conscious water saw its Lord and blushed,

and also by his lightly written but half-earnest verses, Wishes to His (Supposed) Mistress :

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