Lord Byron

Impromptu, In Reply To A Friend

When, from the heart where Sorrow sits, Her dusky shadow mounts too high, And o’er the changing aspect flits, And clouds the brow, or fills the eye; Heed not that gloom, which soon shall sink: My thoughts their dungeon know too well; Back to my breast the wanderers shrink, And droop within their silent cell.

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