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Untitled single work   poetry   "WHEN nature, tired with thought, was sunk to rest"
Issue Details: First known date: 1832... 1832 Untitled
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  • Editor's note: Original poetry
  • At foot of poem: The reply in our next
  • Accompanied by note: SIR, The following verses were written by a Lady, on dreaming she saw her heart at her feet, and, I think, are so pretty, that you will not refuse them admittance into your Poets' Corner:
  • 'To her heart, asking why it behaves as it does.' Webby

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