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Anne Brontë (Энн Бронте)


Lines Written At Thorp Green


That summer sun, whose genial glow
Now cheers my drooping spirit so
Must cold and distant be,
And only light our northern clime
With feeble ray, before the time
I long so much to see.
And this soft whispering breeze that now
So gently cools my fevered brow,
This too, alas, must turn --
To a wild blast whose icy dart
Pierces and chills me to the heart,
Before I cease to mourn.

And these bright flowers I love so well,
Verbena, rose and sweet bluebell,
Must droop and die away.
Those thick green leaves with all their shade
And rustling music, they must fade
And every one decay.

But if the sunny summer time
And woods and meadows in their prime
Are sweet to them that roam --
Far sweeter is the winter bare
With long dark nights and landscapes drear
To them that are at Home! 



Anne Brontë's other poems:
  1. Oh, They have Robbed Me of The Hope
  2. Vanitas Vanitatis, Etc
  3. Severed And Gone
  4. A Prisoner in a Dungeon Deep
  5. In Memory of a Happy Day in February


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