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DEAR home, thou scene of earliest hopes and joys, The least of which wronged Memory ever makes Bitterer than all thine unremembered tears.
FRAGMENT OF A GHOST STORY
A SHOVEL of his ashes took
And so they followed hard —
O MARY dear, that you were here !
Home. Forman. Published by Garnett, 1862, dated 1816.
Fragment of a Ghost Story. Forman. Published by Garnett, 1862, dated 1816.
To Mary. Published by Mrs. Shelley, 1824, dated 1818.
Singing love to its lone mate
O Mary dear, that you were here !
THE world is dreary,
And I am weary
A joy was erewhile
In thy voice and thy smile, And 'tis gone, when I should be gone too, Mary.
My dearest Mary, wherefore hast thou gone,
To Mary. Published by Mrs. Shelley, 18393, dated 1819. 6 when || where, Rossetti conj. To Mary. Published by Mrs. Shelley, 18392, dated 1819.
But thou art fled, gone down the dreary road, That leads to Sorrow's most obscure abode; Thou sittest on the hearth of pale despair,
where For thine own sake I cannot follow thee.
TO WILLIAM SHELLEY
With what truth may I say
Roma, Roma, Roma,
Some bright spirit lived, and did
Which its lustre faintly hid,
But beneath this pyramid
Where art thou, my gentle child ?
Let me think thy spirit feeds,
Let me think that through low seeds
To William Shelley. Mrs. Shelley, 1824 || To William, Har. vard MS. Published by Mrs. Shelley, 1824, dated 1819.
Motto : may I, Harvard MS. || I may, Mrs. Shelley, 1824. ii. 3 with, Harvard MS. || within, Mrs. Shelley, 1824.
Of sweet flowers and sunny grass
LINES WRITTEN FOR THE POEM TO
Of what was great and free does keep,
In cynic smiles ? Child! we shall weep.
ü. 7 Of sweet, Harvard MS. || Of the sweet, Mrs. Shelley, 1824.
Lines written for the Poem to William Shelley. Published by Garnett, 1862, dated 1818.
TO WILLIAM SHELLEY
Thy little footsteps on the sands
Of a remote and lonely shore;
Thy mingled look of love and glee
THE rose that drinks the fountain dew
In the pleasant air of noon,
In the gaze of the nightly moon;
Such is my
heart roses are fair,
Its withered leaves in a faithless bosom ;
Its growth To William Shelley. Published by Mrs. Shelley, 18391, dated 1819.
To Constantia. Published by Mrs. Shelley, 18391, dated 1817.