By John Donne
Who will revenge his death? or who will call
to account, that thought, and wrought his fall?
The heires of slaine
kings, wee see are often so
Transported with the joy of what they get,
That they, revenge and obsequies forget,
Nor will against such men
the people goe,
Because h'is now dead, to whom they should show
Love in that act; Some kings by vice being growne
of subjects love, that of their own
They thinke they lose, if love be
to the dead Prince shown.