Say Thou Not Sadly, Never And No More by Frances Anne Kemble

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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.

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