Can we not force from widowed poetry, Now thou art dead,
great Donne, one elegy To crown thy
Can, we, force, widowed, poetry, Now, art, dead, great, Donne, one, elegy, crown, hearse
Their name, their years, spelt by the unlettered muse, The place of fame
and elegy supply: And many a holy
text around she strews, That teach the
rustic moralist to die.
name, years, spelt, unlettered, muse, place, fame, elegy, supply, holy, text, strews, teach, rustic, moralist, die
It seems to me that, with but slight reserve and modification, we may apply to our departed friend his own pathetic and beautiful elegy upon another.
me, slight, reserve, modification, we, may, apply, our, departed, friend, own, pathetic, beautiful, elegy, another
Travel is a caprice in childhood, a passion in youth, a necessity in manhood, and an elegy in old age.
Travel, caprice, childhood, passion, youth, necessity, manhood, elegy, old, age