The hope I dreamed of was a dream, Was but a dream;
and now I wake, Exceeding
comfortless, and worn, and old, For a dream's sake.
hope, dreamed, dream, now, wake, Exceeding, worn, old, dream's
Nature hav no music; nor would ther be for theeany better melody in the April woods at dawnthan what an old stone-deaf labourer, lying awakeo'night in his comfortless attic, might perchancebe aware of, when the rats run amok in his thatch?
Nature, hav, music, ther, better, melody, April, woods, what
Ye patient fields, rejoice! The blessing that ye pray for silently Is come at last; for ye shall no more fade, Nor see your flow'rets droop like famishing babes Upon your comfortless breasts.
patient, fields, rejoice, blessing, pray, silently, last, more, fade
Grim-visaged comfortless Despair.
We all profess to believe when we’re told that this world should be used merely as a preparation for the next; and yet there is something so cold and comfortless in the theory that we do not relish the prospect even for our children.
We, profess, believe, when, world, used, preparation, next, yet
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