The deep vexation of his inward soul (1780)
Hath served a dumb arrest upon his tongue; (1781)
Who, mad that sorrow should his use control, (1782)
Or keep him from heart-easing words so long, (1783)
Begins to talk; but through his lips do throng
Weak words, so thick come in his poor heart's aid, (1785)
That no man could distinguish what he said.