Branwell was the first to die, unwept yet not without leaving a pathetic note in the record.
Simon Yellowley was leaving his native soil, unwept and unregretted!
For now neither law nor justice was left and those killed who could and those died who must, unwept and unavenged.
And shall thy hapless reliques rot, unwept, unhallowed, and forgot?
Neglected and contemned while living, they pass from this world unnoticed and unwept.
Not till the light foam of the sea shall lave The sandy surface of his unwept grave.
Patroclus lies among the ships, unburied, unwept, and shall I forget him in this hour of triumph?
Like thee I wane;—like thine my life's last ray Will fade in loneliness, unwept, away.
The party has been beaten to death, and it died unhonored and unwept.
If my father's friend has died in misery, unpitied and unwept, forsaken by all, do I not share the guilt of ingratitude?