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Say Thou Not Sadly, 'never,' And 'no More,' (sonnet) Post by :imported_n/a Category :Poems Author :Fanny Kemble Date :November 2011 Read :2880

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Say Thou Not Sadly, "never," And "no More," (sonnet)

Say thou not sadly, "never," and "no more,"
But from thy lips banish those falsest words;
While life remains that which was thine before
Again may be thine; in Time's storehouse lie
Days, hours, and moments, that have unknown hoards
Of joy, as well as sorrow: passing by,
Smiles, come with tears; therefore with hopeful eye
Look thou on dear things, though they turn away,
For thou and they, perchance, some future day
Shall meet again, and the gone bliss return;
For its departure then make thou no mourn,
But with stout heart bid what thou lov'st farewell;
That which the past hath given the future gives as well.





(The end)
Fanny Kemble's poem: Say Thou Not Sadly, "Never," And "No More," (Sonnet)

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