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To ..... After a Long Absence single work   poetry   "Now changed to me this glittering scene,"
Issue Details: First known date: 1829... 1829 To ..... After a Long Absence
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Notes

  • Epigraph: 'I saw thee gaze upon my face,/Yet met with no confusion there;/One only feeling could I trace,/The sullen calmness of despair. Oh! pardon, if in crowds awhile,/I waste one thought I owe to that;/ Or self-condemned appear to smile,/Unfaithful to thy memory.'
  • Editor's note: Original poetry
  • At foot of poem: Sydney
  • 'Mourns a lost love.' - Webby

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