'Why, Collatine, is woe the cure for woe? (1822)
Do wounds help wounds, or grief help grievous deeds? (1823)
Is it revenge to give thyself a blow (1824)
For his foul act by whom thy fair wife bleeds? (1825)
Such childish humour from weak minds proceeds:
Thy wretched wife mistook the matter so, (1827)
To slay herself, that should have slain her foe.