A Sad Poem. - Poem by James Wade
The sun hath set, the day now done;
The love longed for, sadly not won.
Tears not rain and sorrow not mirth,
Did befall' the one of ignoble birth.
His only wrong, though by none seen,
He fell in love, with his beautiful Queen.
Of his great love she surely knew,
But to return that love, she could not do.
With a heart full of sorrow,
In ashes it doth abide;
He will continue loving his Queen,
Till the day he doth die.
Poet's Notes about The Poem
denied the love of his lady fair,
who had captured his heart, but 'it',
sadly, she could not spare.
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