Samuel Rogers Mind Poems

  • 1.
    Delle cose custode, e dispensiera.

  • 2.
    Ah! little thought she, when, with wild delight,
    By many a torrent's shining track she flew,
    When mountain-glens and caverns full of night
    O'er her young mind divine enchantment threw,
  • 3.
    Oh could my Mind, unfolded in my page,
    Enlighten climes and mould a future age;
    There as it glow'd, with noblest frenzy fraught,
    Dispense the treasures of exalted thought;
  • 4.
    Well may you sit within, and, fond of grief,
    Look in each other's face, and melt in tears.
    Well may you shun all counsel, all relief.
    Oh she was great in mind, tho' young in years!
  • 5.
    I. 1.

    Hence, to the realms of Night, dire Demon, hence!
    Thy chain of adamant can bind
  • 6.
    Blue was the loch, [1] the clouds were gone,
    Ben-Lomond in his glory shone,
    When, Luss, I left thee; when the breeze
    Bore me from thy silver sands,
  • 7.
    Yes, 'tis the pulse of life! my fears were vain!
    I wake, I breathe, and am myself again.
    Still in this nether world; no seraph yet!
    Nor walks my spirit, when the sun is set,
Total 7 Mind Poems by Samuel Rogers

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