James R. Thompson
"Her wagon spokes made of long spinner's legs,...or old grub." lines 56-68
"Sometime she gallops o'er a courtier's nose'...out a suit. " .lines 77-78
"Sometime she driveth o'er a soldier's neck,... cutting foreign throats." lines 82-83
"Of breaches, ambuscades, Spanish blades," line 84
"Drums in his ear,... a prayer or two" line 85-87
"This is that very Mab... in the night" lines 88-89
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