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Sonnet: O Poverty! Though From Thy Haggard Eye Analysis



Author: Poetry of William Lisle Bowles Type: Poetry Views: 218

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1810O, Poverty! though from thy haggard eye,

Thy cheerless mien, of every charm bereft,

Thy brow that Hope's last traces long have left,

Vain Fortune's feeble sons with terror fly;

I love thy solitary haunts to seek.

For Pity, reckless of her own distress;

And Patience, in her pall of wretchedness,

That turns to the bleak storm her faded cheek;

And Piety, that never told her wrong;

And meek Content, whose griefs no more rebel;

And Genius, warbling sweet her saddest song;

And Sorrow, listening to a lost friend's knell,

Long banished from the world's insulting throng;

With thee, and thy unfriended offspring, dwell.






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