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POEMS OF EMILY BRONTË


Perhaps this is the destined hour
When Hell shall lose its fatal power,
And Heaven itself shall bend above
To hail the soul redeemed by love.


Unmarked I gazed, my idle thought
Passed with the ray whose shine it caught ;
One glance revealed how little care
He felt for all the beauty there.


Oh ! crime can make the heart grow old
 Sooner than years of wearing woe,
Can turn the warmest bosom cold
 As winter wind or polar snow.

April 28, 1839.



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