well i dont know how you managed to think that a whole verse is missing. all the verses are present and correct, in the first verse there are a few errors (3rd & 4th lines 'that hills and valleys, dales and firelds, / Or woods or steepy mountain yields) and the 2nd line of the 2nd verse is 'And see the shepherds feed their flocks'. I personally believe that it is very kind of someone to take the time to type up a poem for the free use by other people, I know i wouldn't bother if I received comments showing the ungratefulness of some people. If you want to have a perfect version go and buy the book with it in, and before you criticise someone else make sure you have your facts straight! We are getting the privilege of enjoying this extremely wide selection of poems etc. for free, if something is wrong correct it!
i love this poem. how hard men try! These material goods are not what she wants, and she is very clear in that fact. I feel it is rather flirty in places and i love the beginning 'and truth in every shepherd's tongue'. She loves what he has just said (Marlowe 'the passionate shepherd to his love') to her and is teasing him with the notion that these promises doesn't interest her at all. For a man to write this truthfully the thoughts of a woman is very impressive too.