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POEMS OF EMILY BRONTË
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L. That dreary lake, that moonlit sky 300
LI. Heaven's glory shone where he was laid 301
LII. THAT WORD 'NEVER'
Not many years but long enough to see 302
LIII. I know not how it falls on me 303
LIV. Month after month, year after year 304
LV. She dried her tears and they did smile 305
LVI. I'm happiest now when most away 306
LVII. Weaned from life and flown away 307
LVIII. All hushed and still within the house 308
LIX. The sunshine of a summer sun 309
LX. My ancient ship upon my ancient sea 311
LXI. I do not see myself again 314
LXII. Yet o'er his face a solemn light 317
LXIII. TO A WREATH OF SNOW
O transient voyager of heaven! 319
LXIV. SONG
King Julius left the south country 321
LXV. LINES
I die, but when the grave shall press 322
LXVI. SONG
O between distress and pleasure 323
LXVII. Shed no tears o'er that tomb 325
LXVIII. Sleep not, dream not; this bright day 327
LXIX. LINES BY CLAUDIA
I did not sleep; 'twas noon of day 328
LXX. LINES
Far away is the land of rest 330
LXXI. LINES
The soft unclouded blue of air 331