Charles Robert Maturin Quotes

Charles Robert Maturin Quotes: The limner's art may trace the absent feature,And give the eye of distant weeping faithTo view the form of its idolatry;But oh! the scenes 'mid which they met and parted;The thoughts--the recollections sweet and bitter,--Th' Elysian dreams of lovers, when they loved,--Who shall restore them?
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Charles Robert Maturin Quote: My own lov'd light,That very soft and solemn spirit worships,That lovers love so well--strange joy is thine,Whose influence o'er all tides of soul hath power,Who lend'st thy light to rapture and despair;The glow of hope and wan hue of sick fancyAlike reflect thy rays: alike thou lightestThe path of meeting or of parting love--Alike on mingling or on breaking heartsThou smil'st in throned beauty!
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Quotes about Charles Robert Maturin: The soul shares not the body's test.
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