Poetry

On the Death of Emily Jane Brontë

Charlotte Brontë, 1816 - 1855 My darling thou wilt never know The grinding agony of woe That we have bourne for thee, Thus may we consolation tear E’en from the depth of our despair And wasting misery. The nightly anguish thou art spared When all the crushing truth is bared To the awakening mind, When… Continue reading On the Death of Emily Jane Brontë

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