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Henry Kirke White (Генри Керк Уайт)


Maiden! wrap thy mantle round thee,
Cold the rain beats on thy breast:
Why should Horror's voice astound thee?
Death can bid the wretched rest!
All under the tree
Thy bed may be,
And thou mayst slumber peacefully.

Maiden! once gay pleasure knew thee,
Now thy cheeks are pale and deep:
Love has been a felon to thee,
Yet, poor maiden, do not weep:
There's rest for thee
All under the tree,
Where thou wilt sleep most peacefully.

Henry Kirke White's other poems:
  1. Lines Supposed to Be Spoken by a Lover at the Grave of His Mistress
  2. The Trent
  3. Lines Written on a Survey of the Heavens in the Morning before Daybreak
  4. Inscription for a Monument to the Memory of Cowper
  5. On Being Confined to School One Pleasant Morning in Spring

Poems of another poets with the same name (Стихотворения других поэтов с таким же названием):

  • Oscar Wilde (Оскар Уайльд) Canzonet ("I have no store")
  • Mary Robinson (Мэри Робинсон) Canzonet ("SLOW the limpid currents twining")

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