Page:The complete poems of Emily Bronte.djvu/11

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I. FAITH AND DESPONDENCY
'The winter wind is loud and wild 1
II. STARS
Ah! why, because the dazzling sun  4
III. THE PHILOSOPHER
Enough of thought, philosopher! 7
IV. REMEMBRANCE
Cold in the earth—and the deep snow piled above thee  10
V. A DEATH-SCENE
'O Day! he cannot die 12
VI. SONG
The linnet in the rocky dells  15
VII. ANTICIPATION
How beautiful the earth is still 17
VIII. THE PRISONER
In the dungeon-crypts idly did I stray  19
IX. HOPE
Hope was but a timid friend 24
X. A DAY DREAM
On a sunny brae alone I lay  25
XI. TO IMAGINATION
When weary with the long day's care 29
XII. HOW CLEAR SHE SHINES
How clear she shines! How quietly  31