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Anna Seward (Анна Сьюард)

Sonnet 80. As lightens the brown Hill to vivid green

As lightens the brown Hill to vivid green
    When juvenescent April's showery Sun
    Looks on its side, with golden glance, at Noon;
    So on the gloom of Life's now faded scene
Shines the dear image of those days serene,
    From Memory's consecrated treasures won;
    The days that rose, ere youth, and years were flown,
    Soft as the morn of May;—and well I ween
If they had clouds, in Time's alembic clear
    They vanish'd all, and their gay vision glows
    In brightness unobscur'd; and now they wear
A more than pristine sunniness, which throws
    Those mild reflected lights that soften care,
    Loss of lov'd Friends, and all the train of Woes.

Anna Seward's other poems:
  1. Sonnet 91. On the fleet streams, the Sun, that late arose
  2. Sonnet 7. By Derwent's rapid stream as oft I stray'd
  3. Sonnet 71. While Summer Roses all their glory yield
  4. Sonnet 33. Last night her Form the hours of slumber bless'd
  5. Sonnet 23. Do I not tell thee surly Winter's flown

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