by Emily Brontë (1818 - 1848)

All hushed and still within the house
Language: English 
All hushed and still within the house
Without - all [wind and driving rain]1.
But something whispers to my mind
Through [rain and through the]2 wailing wind -

- Never again,
Never again? Why not again?
Memory has power as real as [thine]3.

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Note: in the Fisk work, this is sung by Lockwood
1 Fisk: "storm and driving wind"
2 Fisk: "snow and storm and"
3 Fisk: "time"


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