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    Appeal

    by Anne Bronte
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    Published in the 1846 collection Poems By Currer, Ellis and Acton Bell under Anne's nom de plume 'Acton Bell'.
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    Oh, I am very weary,
    Though tears no longer flow;
    My eyes are tired of weeping,
    My heart is sick of woe;

    My life is very lonely
    My days pass heavily,
    I'm weary of repining;
    Wilt thou not come to me?

    Oh, didst thou know my longings
    For thee, from day to day,
    My hopes, so often blighted,
    Thou wouldst not thus delay!
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