Sir John Carr
Sir John Carr Poems
- Lines To An Auricula, Belongin... Thou rear'st thy ...
- Epigram On Winning A Young Lad...
- Epitaph To The Memory Of A Wor... Reader! since Parson ...
- Lines Written Upon A Watch-Str... Say, lovely Charlotte! will...
- Lines_Written At The Sea-Side ...
- Song Iii Ah! if my voice is heard in vain, This fond, this ...
- Written In A Grotto In Devonsh... Tell me, thou grotto! o'er ...
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Lines To An Auricula, Belonging To----
Thou rear'st thy beauteous head, sweet flow'r
Gemm'd by the soft and vernal show'r;
Its drops still round thee shine:
The florist views thee with delight;
And, if so precious in
Oh! what art thou in
For she, who nurs'd thy drooping form
When Winter pour'd her snowy storm,
Has oft consol'd me too;
For me a fost'ring tear has shed,-
She has reviv'd my drooping head,
And bade me bloom anew.
When adverse Fortune bade us part,
And grief depress'd my aching heart,
Like yon reviving ray,
She from behind the cloud ...