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Poem by Charlotte Turner Smith


Sonnet 50. FAREWELL, ye lawns!--by fond remembrance blest


FROM THE NOVEL OF CELESTINA.

FAREWELL, ye lawns!--by fond remembrance blest,
As witnesses of gay unclouded hours;
Where, to maternal friendships' bosom prest,
My happy childhood past among your bowers.
Ye wood-walks wild!--where leaves and fairy flowers
By Spring's luxuriant hand are strewn anew;
Rocks!--whence with shadowy grace rude nature low'rs
O'er glens and haunted streams!--a long adieu!
And you!--O promised Happiness!--whose voice
Deluded Fancy heard in every grove,
Bidding this tender, trusting heart, rejoice
In the bright prospect of unfailing love:
Though lost to me--still may thy smile serene
Bless the dear lord of this regretted scene. 



Charlotte Turner Smith


Charlotte Turner Smith's other poems:
  1. Sonnet 45. On Leaving A Part Of Sussex
  2. Sonnet 34. Charm'd by Thy Suffrage
  3. Sonnet 52. The Pilgrim
  4. Sonnet 61. ILL-Omen'd Bird! Whose Cries Portentous Float
  5. Verses, on the Death of the Same Lady


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