Alfred Bunn Quotes

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  • The heart bow'd down by weight of woe, To weakest hope will cling, To thought and impulse while they flow, That can no comfort bring, That can, that can no comfort bring, With those exciting scenes will blend, O'er pleasure's pathway thrown; But mem'ry is the only friend That grief can call its own.

    Grief   Heart   Weight  
  • The light of other days is faded, And all their glories past.

    Past   Light   Glory  
    Alfred Bunn (1846). “The grand serious opera, entitled The maid of Artois. Words”, p.27
  • The heart bowed down by weight of woe to weakest hope will cling.

    Hope   Heart   Weight  
    "Biography/ Personal Quotes".
  • I dreamt that I dwelt in marble halls, With vassals and serfs at my side, And of all who assembled within those walls, That I was the hope and the pride.

    Wall   Pride   Sides  
    Michael William Balfe, Alfred Bunn (1856). “The Bohemian Girl: An Opera in Three Acts Performed by the Pyne and Harrison English Opera Troupe”, p.14
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