The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 84
Act III. Scene I
Act III. Scene I.
How dreary to my heart is this gay chamber,
Those crystal mirrors and those marble walls
Add to thy gloom; while sweetly sad remembrance,
The joyful hour of liberty recalls.
My lonely form reflected as I pass,
Seems like a spectre on my steps to wait,
Inquiring from the gold enwreathed glass,
Can mighty grandeur be thus desolate ?
"Scenes that are Brightest."