Robert Nugent

(1702-1788 / England)

Epigram XVII.


Vainly hath heaven denounc'd the woman's woes,
Thou know'st no tender care, no bitter throes,
Unfelt your offspring comes, unfelt it goes.

Submitted: Friday, October 15, 2010

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