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Hope Well And Have Well: Or, Fair After Foul Weather

by Robert Herrick, 1648

What though the heaven be lowering now,
And look with a contracted brow?
We shall discover, by-and-by,
A repurgation of the sky;
And when those clouds away are driven,
Then will appear a cheerful heaven.

Published in Hesperides

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