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MONIMIA, give my soul her wonted reft ;-
IV. I'll seek fome lonely church, or dreary hall, Where fancy paints the glimm'ring taper blue, Where damps hang mould'ring on the ivy'd wall, And sheeted ghosts drink up the midnight dew;
There leagu'd with hopeless anguish and despair,
forrows rest? Wilt thou strew flow'rs, applaud my love fincere, And bid the turf lie light upon my
In varied beauty bright;
And dart around its vermeil dies;
Beside some lonely wall,
Where, at pale midnight's stillest hour, Thro' each rough chink the solemn orb of night Pours momentary gleams of trembling light.
That living ray, whose pow'r benign
Where, thron'd in artless majesty, The cherub Beauty fits on Nature's rustic shrine.
O DE ON CON TEN T.
AT HELWOLD, THE HUSBAND OF ELFRIDA, IS SUPPOSED TO BE
No raptures lift it loudly high,