Cambria: a Poem, on the Destruction of the Welsh Dynasty: Raymond: a Metrical Romance, and Various Miscellaneous Poems
S. and C. Ridge, and sold by Mr. Joy, London; Mr. Dunn, Nottingham; Mr. E. Drury, Lincoln, and Mr. Ridge, Grantham, 1830 - 174 pages
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Adieu affection's arms Ashby-de-la-Zouch bard beamy beauteous beautiful bless blest blood bosom brave breast breath bright brow burst Cambria Carlton House chain charm cheer controul daemon dark dear death deep delight desolate despair e'en e'er Earl Raymond fair fame Farewell feeling flower forget friends gild gloom glory glow grace grief hand hath heart heav'n hour Leicester life's light LINES WRITTEN Llewellyn lone lov'd lyre Marian's May'st thou mighty mind mortal mournful native village bells naught ne'er neath night noble numbers o'er thy pain pride prince rapture rending rose scene sigh sink skies sleep smile social fire soft soothe sorrow sought soul spring starless night stood strife sweet sweetly swell tear tell tempests tender thee thine tomb truth Tuxford Twas twill unconscious sleeps Urswic weep Welsh Whilst wild wings woman's love youth
Page 142 - The breast expanding, all its powers exalt To emulate what Reason best conceives Of love celestial, whose prevenient aid Forbids approaching ill, or gracious draws, When the lone heart with anguish inly bleeds, From pain its sting, its bitterness from woe...