Katherine Philips (1 January 1632 – 22 June 1664) was an Anglo-Welsh poet.
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“I did not live until this time
Crownd my felicity,
When I could say without a crime,
I am not thine, but Thee.
This carcase breathd, and walkt, and slept,
So that the World believd
There was a soul the motions kept;
But they were all deceivd.”
—Katherine Philips (16311664)
“Timely blossom, Infant fair,
Fondling of a happy pair,”
—Ambrose Philips (16751749)