Bernardino Mei, Ghismonda with the Heart of Guiscardo, c. 1650s


Then:–“O heart,” said she, “much cherished heart, discharged is my every duty towards thee; nought now remains for me to do but to come and unite my soul with thine.” So saying, she sent for the vase that held the water which the day before she had distilled, and emptied it into the cup where lay the heart bathed in her tears;



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