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Conscience And Remorse Analysis



Author: Poetry of Paul Laurence Dunbar Type: Poetry Views: 410

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"Good-Bye," I said to my conscience--

"Good-bye for aye and aye,"

And I put her hands off harshly,

And turned my face away;

And conscience smitten sorely

Returned not from that day.



But a time came when my spirit

Grew weary of its pace;

And I cried: "Come back, my conscience;

I long to see thy face."

But conscience cried: "I cannot;

Remorse sits in my place."





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