SEND home my long strayd eyes to mee,
Which (Oh) too long have dwelt on thee;
Yet since there they have learn'd such ill,
        Such forc'd fashions,
        And false passions,
                That they be
                Made by thee
Fit for no good sight, keep them still.

Send home my harmlesse heart againe,
Which no unworthy thought could staine;
But if it be taught by thine
        To make jestings
        Of protestings,
                And crosse both
                Word and oath,
Keepe it, for then 'tis none of mine.

Yet send me back my heart and eyes,
That I may know, and see thy lyes,
And may laugh and joy, when thou
        Art in anguish
        And dost languish
                For some one
                That will none,
Or prove as false as thou art now.