I thinke it not amisse to forewarne you that you thrust as few wordes of many sillables into your verse as may be: and hereunto I might alledge many reasons: first the most auncient English wordes are of one sillable, so that the more monasyllables that you use, the truer Englishman you shall seeme, and the lesse you shall smell of the Inkehorne.
Ye set circumquaques to make me beleueOr thinke, that the moone is made of gréene chéese.john heywood
We thinke no greater blisse then suchTo be as be we would,When blessed none but such as beThe same as be they should.william warner
Neuer thinke you fortune can beare the sway, Where Virtue's force, can cause her to obay.
Ye set circumquaques to make me beleue Or thinke, that the moone is made of gréene chéese.