Majors and Minors. 3one. PART I. A h, yes, tis sweet to still remember, Though twere less painful to forget; For while my heart glows like an ember, Mine eyes with sorrows drops are wet, And oh, my heart is aching yet. It is a law of mortal pain, That old wounds, long accounted well, Beneath the memorys potent spell, Will wake to life and bleed again. So tis with me ;it might be better, If I should turn to look behind, If I could curb my heart, and fetter From reminiscent gaze my mind, Or let my soul go blind go blind !B ut would I do it if I could, Nay !E ase at such a price were spurned, For, since my love was once returned, All that I suffer seemeth good.
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