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BELINDA'S RECOVERY FROM SICKNESS, by             Poet's Biography
First Line: Thus when the silent grave becomes
Last Line: We angels rise, who mortals died.
Subject(s): Sickness; Illness


THUS when the silent grave becomes
Pregnant with life as fruitful wombs;
When the wide seas and spacious earth
Resign us to our second birth;
Our moulder'd frame rebuilt assumes
New beauty, and for ever blooms,
And, crown'd with youth's immortal pride,
We angels rise, who mortals died.




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