That poem at the end of Sense and Sensiblilty?

In the 1995 version. Near the end, Col. Brandon reads a poem to the recovering Marianne.

What is it?

Have you got a line to quote, do you remember any of the words? I haven’t got a video of the movie to watch, so you’ll have to help out a little more.

Edmund Spenser’s The Faerie Queene Book V Canto II Verse 39.

God I love this board.

Of things vnseene how canst thou deeme aright,
Then answered the righteous Artegall,
Sith thou misdeem’st so much of things in sight?
What though the sea with waues continuall
Doe eate the earth, it is no more at all:
Ne is the earth the lesse, or loseth ought,
For whatsoeuer from one place doth fall,
Is with the tide vnto an other brought:
For there is nothing lost, that may be found, if sought.
I could only recall the very last line which is not very google-able.

**Thanks Chicane! ** Today, in this thread, you rock!