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

Compatiendi. Cap, XX* 
Cajus fumpflmcl ex ore, 
- Hauftum laUis cum dulcore, 
Pra omnibus delicijs. 
JXon me reum ajf er ner is, 
Alee indignum dedignor is i 
Morte tibi jam vicina 
\Tuum caput hic inclina.. 
In meis pau/a brachi/s. 
*fua Jantta pajjiont 
Aie gauderem interponi, 
In hac cruce teettm mori 
Profla crucis amatori. 
Sub cruce tua moriar. 
Morti tua tam amara, 
Grates-ago JESV chare: 
Qui es clemens, pie DEAS, 
fac quod petit tuus reus\ 
Vtabsfe te non finiar, 
Vum me mori efl necejfe, 
Noli mihi tunc decjje : 
In tremenda mortis hora, 
Aeni fESV absfa merd, 
\Tuere me & libera. 
Cum me jubes emigrare, 
'¡ESA chare tunc appare : 
O amator ampleiiende, 
Tcmet ipfum tunc offende* 
In cruce falutifera.
	        
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