Speak thou and speed, where will or power ought help'th

LXXII

Speak thou and speed where will or power aught help'th.
Where power doth want, will must be won by wealth.
For need will speed where will works not his kind,
And gain, thy foes thy friends shall cause thee find.
For suit and gold, what do not they obtain?
Of good and bad the tryers are these twain.
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