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Hope, like the short-lived ray that gleams awhile Through wintry skies, upon the frozen waste, Cheers e'en the face of misery to a smile; But soon the momentary pleasure's past.
How oft, my Delia, since our last farewell, (Years that have rolled since that distressful hour), Grieved I have said, when most our hopes prevail, Our promised happiness is least secure.
Oft I have thought the scene of troubles closed, And hoped once more to gaze upon your charms; As oft some dire mischance has interposed, And snatched the expected blessing from my arms.
The seaman thus, his shattered vessel lost, Still vainly strives to shun the threatening death; And while he thinks to gain the friendly coast, And drops his feet, and feels the sands beneath,
Borne by the wave steep-sloping from the shore, Back to the inclement deep, again he beats The surge aside, and seems to treat secure; And now the refluent wave his baffled toil defeats.
Had you, my love, forbade me to pursue My fond attempt, disdainfully retired, And with proud scorn compelled me to subdue The ill-fated passion by yourself inspired;
Then haply to some distant spot removed, Hopeless to gain, unwilling to molest With fond entreaties whom I dearly loved, Despair or absense had redeemed my rest.
But now, sole partner in my Delia's heart, Yet doomed far off in exile to complain, Eternal absence cannot ease my smart, And hope subsists but to prolong my pain.
Oh, then, kind Heaven, be this my latest breath! Here end my life, or make it worth my care; Absence from whom we love is worse than death, And frustrate hope severer than dismay.