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Charlotte Bronte drawing of Anne Bronte Bronte Parsonage Museum
‘I have no horror of death: if I thought it inevitable, I think I could quietly resign myself to the prospect . . . But I wish it would please God to spare me, not only for papa’s and Charlotte’s sakes, but because I long to do some good in the world before I leave it. I have many schemes in my head for future practice - humble and limited indeed - but still I should not like them all to come to nothing, and myself to have lived to so little purpose. But God’s will be done.’ - Anne Brontë
Anne Bronte Memorial Stone
On the Death of Anne Brontë BY CHARLOTTE BRONTË There's little joy in life for me,       And little terror in the grave; I 've lived the parting hour to see       Of one I would have died to save.
Calmly to watch the failing breath,       Wishing each sigh might be the last; Longing to see the shade of death       O'er those belovèd features cast.
The cloud, the stillness that must part       The darl…

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