He is buried in the garden, and I want you to write an epithalamium about him.
The usual thing, I suppose—a panegyric on the bride, or an epithalamium?
I say no more; but I'll go home and indite iambics: thou shalt not want for an epithalamium; I'll do thy business in verse.
If your Majesty would only condescend to turn the epigram into an epithalamium?
The second epithalamium, in hexameter verse, was apparently composed for no special occasion.
See the epithalamium on her marriage with Zappi, prefixed to their works.
After this, a dancing party of a hundred men came in, singing an epithalamium in beautiful tune.
Of course, the "epithalamium" she was going to sing was as florid as it could be.
I ventured to assert, that the most perfect specimen of it in our language was the epithalamium of Spenser upon his own marriage.
And no more circles for me, my dear; and here I conclude, and my next shall be the epithalamium.