Full text: De arte patiendi, et compatiendi, in illis quae sunt homini suprema libri duo (1)

Lih. /. De Arte Patiendi 
Tf ardenter vult fit ire, 
‘jESV noli contrairei 
Tt bene de te fentiat, 
Die Sabbathi, 
Ad faeicm. 
Q Alve caput cruentatum, 
Totum (finis coronatum, 
Conejuajfatum, vulneratum, 
Arundine verberatum, 
JRaaV ({> ut is illita. 
Salve cujus dulcis unctus 
Immutatus & vultus, 
Immutavitfuumflorem. 
Totus verfus in pallorem, 
Quem codi tremit curia. 
Omnis vigor at/fa viror 
Hinc receffit, non admiror. 
Mors apparet in ajfeftu, 
Totus pendens in defetlu 
Attritus agra macie. 
Sic affieclus, (ic dcjfeclus, 
Propter mefic mtcrfcUus, 
Peccatori tam indigno 
Cum amoris interfigno, 
Appare clara facie, 
Jnhactuapajfione 
Me agnoficepafior bone.
	        
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