Here you will find the Poem Sonnet IX. of poet Charlotte Smith
BLEST is yon shepherd, on the turf reclined, Who on the varied clouds which float above Lies idly gazing--while his vacant mind Pours out some tale antique of rural love! Ah! he has never felt the pangs that move Th' indignant spirit, when with selfish pride Friends, on whose faith the trusting heart relied, Unkindly shun th' imploring eye of woe! The ills they ought to soothe with taunts deride, And laugh at tears themselves have forced to flow. Nor his rude bosom those fine feelings melt, Children of Sentiment and Knowledge born, Through whom each shaft with cruel force is felt, Empoison'd by deceit--or barb'd with scorn.