Page:The complete poems of Emily Bronte.djvu/15

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XXXVIII. Fair sinks the summer evening now 150
XXXIX. The wind I hear it sighing 152
XL. That wind, I used to hear it swelling 153
XLI. Thy sun is near meridian height 154
XLII. Far, far is mirth withdrawn 158
XLIII. It is too late to call thee now 160
XLIV. If grief for grief can touch thee 161
XLV. GERALDINE
'Twas night, her comrades gathered all 162
XLVI. I see around me piteous tombstones grey 165
XLVII. ROSINA
Weeks of wild delirium past 167
XLVIII. In the same place, when nature wore 171
XLIX. ASPIN CASTLE
How do I love on summer night 173
L. ON THE FALL OF ZALONA
All blue and bright in golden light 178
LI. GRAVE IN THE OCEAN
Where beams the sun the brightest 182
LII. A SERENADE
Thy Guardians are asleep 184
LIII. At such a time, in such a spot 186
LIV. RODERIC
Lie down and rest, the fight is done 188
LV. 'Twas yesterday at early dawn 190
LVI. This summer wind with thee and me 192
LVII. Were they shepherds, who sat all day? 193
LVIII. Rosina, this had never been 207
LIX. I know that to-night the wind it is sighing 208
LX. A thousand sounds of happiness 210
LXI. Come walk with me 212
LXII. I'm standing in the forest now 214
LXII. O hinder me by no delay! 216