Tag: Emily Jane Brontë poems
A Little While, A Little While, by Emily Jane Brontë

A Little While, A Little While, by Emily Jane Brontë

A little while, a little while,The noisy crowd are barred away;And I can sing and I can smileA little while I've holyday ! Where wilt thou go my harassed heart ?Full many a land ...

0
[long Neglect Has Worn Away] by Emily Jane Brontë

[long Neglect Has Worn Away] by Emily Jane Brontë

Long neglect has worn awayHalf the sweet enchanting smile;Time has turned the bloom to gray;Mold and damp the face defile.But that lock of silky hair,Still beneath the picture ...

0
‘Yes, Holy Be Thy Resting Place’ by Emily Jane Brontë

‘Yes, Holy Be Thy Resting Place’ by Emily Jane Brontë

Yes, holy be thy resting placeWherever thou may'st lie;The sweetest winds breathe on thy face,The softest of the sky. And will not guardian Angles sendKind dreams and thoughts of ...

0
A Little Budding Rose by Emily Jane Brontë

A Little Budding Rose by Emily Jane Brontë

It was a little budding rose,Round like a fairy globe,And shyly did its leaves uncloseHid in their mossy robe,But sweet was the slight and spicy smellIt breathed from its heart ...

0
A Day Dream by Emily Jane Brontë

A Day Dream by Emily Jane Brontë

On a sunny brae, alone I layOne summer afternoon;It was the marriage-time of MayWith her young lover, June. From her mother's heart, seemed loath to partThat queen of bridal ...

0
A Death – Scene by Emily Jane Brontë

A Death – Scene by Emily Jane Brontë

"O day! he cannot dieWhen thou so fair art shining!O Sun, in such a glorious sky,So tranquilly declining; He cannot leave thee now,While fresh west winds are blowing,And all ...

0
“Me Thinks This Heart…” by Emily Jane Brontë

“Me Thinks This Heart…” by Emily Jane Brontë

Me thinks this heart should rest awhileSo stilly round the evening fallsThe veiled sun sheds no parting smileNor mirth nor music wakes my Halls I have sat lonely all the ...

0
“A Little While, A Little While…” by Emily Jane Brontë

“A Little While, A Little While…” by Emily Jane Brontë

A little while, a little while,The weary task is put away,And I can sing and I can smile,Alike, while I have holiday.Why wilt thou go, my harassed heart,What thought, what scene ...

0
‘Fall, Leaves, Fall’ by Emily Jane Brontë

‘Fall, Leaves, Fall’ by Emily Jane Brontë

Fall, leaves, fall; die, flowers, away;Lengthen night and shorten day;Every leaf speaks bliss to meFluttering from the autumn tree. I shall smile when wreaths of snowBlossom where ...

0
A Day Dream by Emily Jane Brontë

A Day Dream by Emily Jane Brontë

On a sunny brae, alone I layOne summer afternoon;It was the marriage-time of MayWith her young lover, June. From her mother's heart, seemed loath to partThat queen of bridal ...

0
A Little Budding Rose by Emily Jane Brontë

A Little Budding Rose by Emily Jane Brontë

It was a little budding rose,Round like a fairy globe,And shyly did its leaves uncloseHid in their mossy robe,But sweet was the slight and spicy smellIt breathed from its heart ...

0
Come, Walk With Me by Emily Jane Brontë

Come, Walk With Me by Emily Jane Brontë

Come, walk with me, There's only thee To bless my spirit now - We used to love on winter nightsTo wander through the snow; Can we not woo back old delights?The clouds rush dark ...

0
A Death – Scene by Emily Jane Brontë

A Death – Scene by Emily Jane Brontë

"O day! he cannot dieWhen thou so fair art shining!O Sun, in such a glorious sky,So tranquilly declining; He cannot leave thee now,While fresh west winds are blowing,And all ...

0
Far, Far Away Is Mirth Withdrawn by Emily Jane Brontë

Far, Far Away Is Mirth Withdrawn by Emily Jane Brontë

Far, far away is mirth withdrawn'Tis three long hours before the mornAnd I watch lonely, drearily -So come thou shade commune with me Deserted one ! thy corpse lies coldAnd ...

0
Mild The Mist Upon The Hill by Emily Jane Brontë

Mild The Mist Upon The Hill by Emily Jane Brontë

Mild the mist upon the hill Telling not of storms tomorrow; No, the day has wept its fill, Spent its store of silent sorrow.O, I'm gone back to the days of youth, I am a child ...

0
She Dried Her Tears by Emily Jane Brontë

She Dried Her Tears by Emily Jane Brontë

She dried her tears and they did smileTo see her cheeks' returning glowHow little dreaming all the whileThat full heart throbbed to overflow With that sweet look and lively ...

0
Anticipation by Emily Jane Brontë

Anticipation by Emily Jane Brontë

How beautiful the earth is still, To thee - how full of happiness!How little fraught with real ill,Or unreal phantoms of distress!How spring can bring thee glory, yet,And summer ...

0
The Prisoner by Emily Jane Brontë

The Prisoner by Emily Jane Brontë

Still let my tyrants know, I am not doomed to wearYear after year in gloom and desolate despair;A messenger of Hope comes every night to me,And offers for short life, eternal ...

0
Stars by Emily Jane Brontë

Stars by Emily Jane Brontë

Ah! why, because the dazzling sunRestored our Earth to joy,Have you departed, every one,And left a desert sky? All through the night, your glorious eyesWere gazing down in ...

0
High Waving Heather ‘Neath Stormy Blasts Bending by Emily Jane Brontë

High Waving Heather ‘Neath Stormy Blasts Bending by Emily Jane Brontë

High waving heather 'neath stormy blasts bending, Midnight and moonlight and bright shining stars, Darkness and glory rejoicingly blending, Earth rising to heaven and heaven ...

0
How Beautiful The Earth Is Still by Emily Jane Brontë

How Beautiful The Earth Is Still by Emily Jane Brontë

How beautiful the Earth is still To thee–how full of Happiness; How little fraught with real ill Or shadowy phantoms of distress;How Spring can bring thee glory yet And Summer win ...

0
The Sun Has Set by Emily Jane Brontë

The Sun Has Set by Emily Jane Brontë

The sun has set, and the long grass now Waves dreamily in the evening wind; And the wild bird has flown from that old gray stone In some warm nook a couch to find.In all the ...

0
At Castle Wood by Emily Jane Brontë

At Castle Wood by Emily Jane Brontë

The day is done, the winter sunIs setting in its sullen sky;And drear the course that has been run,And dim the hearts that slowly die.No star will light my coming night;No morn of ...

0
How Still, How Happy! by Emily Jane Brontë

How Still, How Happy! by Emily Jane Brontë

How still, how happy! Those are wordsThat once would scarce agree together;I loved the plashing of the surge -The changing heaven the breezy weather, More than smooth seas and ...

0
Last Lines by Emily Jane Brontë

Last Lines by Emily Jane Brontë

NO coward soul is mine, No trembler in the world's storm-troubled sphere: I see Heaven's glories shine, And faith shines equal, arming me from fear. O God within my breast, ...

0
The Visionary by Emily Jane Brontë

The Visionary by Emily Jane Brontë

Silent is the house: all are laid asleep: One alone looks out o’er the snow-wreaths deep, Watching every cloud, dreading every breeze That whirls the wildering drift, and bends ...

0
Moonlight, Summer Moonlight by Emily Jane Brontë

Moonlight, Summer Moonlight by Emily Jane Brontë

'Tis moonlight, summer moonlight, All soft and still and fair; The solemn hour of midnight Breathes sweet thoughts everywhere,But most where trees are sending Their breezy boughs ...

0
The Old Stoic by Emily Jane Brontë

The Old Stoic by Emily Jane Brontë

Riches I hold in light esteem; And Love I laugh to scorn; And lust of fame was but a dreamThat vanished with the morn: And if I pray, the only prayerThat moves my lips for meIs, ...

0
No Coward Soul Is Mine by Emily Jane Brontë

No Coward Soul Is Mine by Emily Jane Brontë

No coward soul is mine,No trembler in the world,s storm-troubled sphere:I see Heaven's glories shine,And Faith shines equal arming me from Fear. O God within my breast.Almighty ...

0
My Lady’s Grave by Emily Jane Brontë

My Lady’s Grave by Emily Jane Brontë

THE linnet in the rocky dells, The moor-lark in the air, The bee among the heather bells That hide my lady fair: The wild deer browse above her breast; The wild birds raise ...

0
I Am The Only Being Whose Doom by Emily Jane Brontë

I Am The Only Being Whose Doom by Emily Jane Brontë

I am the only being whose doomNo tongue would ask no eye would mournI never caused a thought of gloomA smile of joy since I was born In secret pleasure - secret tearsThis ...

0
I See Around Me Tombstones Grey by Emily Jane Brontë

I See Around Me Tombstones Grey by Emily Jane Brontë

I see around me tombstones greyStretching their shadows far away.Beneath the turf my footsteps treadLie low and lone the silent dead -Beneath the turf - beneath the mould -Forever ...

0
Come Hither, Child by Emily Jane Brontë

Come Hither, Child by Emily Jane Brontë

Come hither, child--who gifted thee With power to touch that string so well? How darest thou rouse up thoughts in me, Thoughts that I would--but cannot quell?Nay, chide not, lady; ...

0
Sympathy by Emily Jane Brontë

Sympathy by Emily Jane Brontë

There should be no despair for youWhile nightly stars are burning,While evening pours its silent dewAnd sunshine gilds the morning.There should be no despair - though tearsMay ...

0
A Little While, A Little While, by Emily Jane Brontë

A Little While, A Little While, by Emily Jane Brontë

A little while, a little while,The noisy crowd are barred away;And I can sing and I can smileA little while I've holyday ! Where wilt thou go my harassed heart ?Full many a land ...

0
That Wind I Used To Hear It Swelling by Emily Jane Brontë

That Wind I Used To Hear It Swelling by Emily Jane Brontë

That wind I used to hear it swellingWith joy divinely deepYou might have seen my hot tears wellingBut rapture made me weep I used to love on winter nightsTo lie and dream aloneOf ...

0
My Comforter by Emily Jane Brontë

My Comforter by Emily Jane Brontë

Well hast thou spoken, and yet, not taughtA feeling strange or new;Thou hast but roused a latent thought,A cloud-closed beam of sunshine, brought To gleam in open view. Deep down, ...

0
The Blue Bell by Emily Jane Brontë

The Blue Bell by Emily Jane Brontë

The blue bell is the sweetest flowerThat waves in summer air;Its blossoms have the mightiest powerTo soothe my spirit's care. There is a spell in purple heathToo wildly, sadly ...

0
‘Tis Moonlight, Summer Moonlight by Emily Jane Brontë

‘Tis Moonlight, Summer Moonlight by Emily Jane Brontë

'Tis moonlight, summer moonlight, All soft and still and fair; The solemn hour of midnight Breathes sweet thoughts everywhere,But most where trees are sending Their breezy boughs ...

0
Faith And Despondency by Emily Jane Brontë

Faith And Despondency by Emily Jane Brontë

The winter wind is loud and wild,Come close to me, my darling child;Forsake thy books, and mateless play;And, while the night is gathering grey,We'll talk its pensive hours ...

0
Remembrance by Emily Jane Brontë

Remembrance by Emily Jane Brontë

Cold in the earth - and the deep snow piled above thee!Far, far removed, cold in the dreary grave!Have I forgot, my only Love, to love thee,Severed at last by Time's all-severing ...

0
How Clear She Shines by Emily Jane Brontë

How Clear She Shines by Emily Jane Brontë

How clear she shines! How quietlyI lie beneath her guardian light;While heaven and earth are whispering me," Tomorrow, wake, but, dream to-night."Yes, Fancy, come, my Fairy ...

0
Stanzas by Emily Jane Brontë

Stanzas by Emily Jane Brontë

I'll not weep that thou art going to leave me,There's nothing lovely here;And doubly will the dark world grieve me,While thy heart suffers there. I'll not weep, because the ...

0
To Imagination by Emily Jane Brontë

To Imagination by Emily Jane Brontë

When weary with the long day's care,And earthly change from pain to pain,And lost and ready to despair,Thy kind voice calls me back again:Oh, my true friend! I am not lone,While ...

0
The Philosopher by Emily Jane Brontë

The Philosopher by Emily Jane Brontë

'Enough of thought, philosopher!Too long hast thou been dreamingUnlightened, in this chamber drear,While summer's sun is beaming!Space - sweeping soul, what sad refrainConcludes ...

0
The Wanderer From The Fold by Emily Jane Brontë

The Wanderer From The Fold by Emily Jane Brontë

How few, of all the hearts that loved, Are grieving for thee now; And why should mine to-night be moved With such a sense of woe? Too often thus, when left alone, Where none my ...

0
Silent Is The House by Emily Jane Brontë

Silent Is The House by Emily Jane Brontë

Come, the wind may never againBlow as now it blows for us;And the stars may never again shine as now they shine;Long before October returns,Seas of blood will have parted us;And ...

0
Well Hast Thou Spoke by Emily Jane Brontë

Well Hast Thou Spoke by Emily Jane Brontë

Well hast thou spoken, and yet not taughtA feeling strange or new;Thou hast but roused a latent thought,A cloud-closed beam of sunshine broughtTo gleam in open view. Deep down, ...

0
Encouragement by Emily Jane Brontë

Encouragement by Emily Jane Brontë

I do not weep; I would not weep; Our mother needs no tears:Dry thine eyes, too; 'tis vain to keep This causeless grief for years.What though her brow be changed and cold, Her ...

0
Often Rebuked, Yet Always Back Returning by Emily Jane Brontë

Often Rebuked, Yet Always Back Returning by Emily Jane Brontë

Often rebuked, yet always back returning To those first feelings that were born with me,And leaving busy chase of wealth and learning For idle dreams of things which cannot ...

0
Best Selling BooksGrab Now!
+ +