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The Book of Gems Volume 3; The Poets and Artists of Great Britain pdf

The Book of Gems Volume 3; The Poets and Artists of Great Britain pdf

The Book of Gems Volume 3; The Poets and Artists of Great Britain by Samuel Carter Hall
The Book of Gems Volume 3; The Poets and Artists of Great Britain
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Author: Samuel Carter Hall
Page Count: 104 pages
Published Date: 21 May 2012
Publisher: Rarebooksclub.com
Publication Country: Miami Fl, United States
Language: English
ISBN: 9781236397997
File Name: The.Book.of.Gems.Volume.3;.The.Poets.and.Artists.of.Great.Britain.pdf
Download Link: The Book of Gems Volume 3; The Poets and Artists of Great Britain
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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1846 Excerpt: ...violets lay their blossoms low, Beneath her white foot, on the plain; Their fragrant heads tile lilies wave, Of her superior presence fain. 0 might I clasp her to my heart, And of her ripe lips have my will! For loath to woo, and long to win, Was she by green Gleneslan-mill. Mute was the wind, soft fell the dew, O'er Blackwood brow bright glow'd the moon; Rills murmur'd music, and the stars Refused to set our heads aboon Ye might have heard our beating hearts, Our mixing breaths, --all was so still, Till morning's light shone on her locks, --Farewell, lass of Gleneslan-mill. Wert thou an idol all of gold, Had I the eye Jf worldish care, --1 could not think thee half so sweet, Look on thee so, or love thee mair. Till death's cold dew-drop dim mine eye, This tongue be mute, this heart lie still, --Thine every wish of joy and love, My lass of green Gleneslan-mill! THE POET'S BRIDAL-DAY BONG. O! My love's like the steadfast sun, Or streams that deepen as they run; Nor hoary hairs, nor forty years, Nor moments between sighs and fears; Nor nights of thought, nor days of pain, Nor dreams of glory dream'd in vain, --Nor mirth, nor sweetest song which flows To sober joys and soften woes, Can make my heart or fancy flee One moment, my sweet wife, from thee. Even while I muse I see thee sit In maiden bloom and matron wit: Fair, gentle, as when first I sued Ye seem, but of sedater mood: Yet my heart leaps as fond for thee As when, beneath Arbigland tree, We stayed and wooed, and thought the moon Set on the sea an hour too soon; Or linger'd 'mid the falling dew, When looks were fond, and words were few. Though I see smiling at thy feet Five sons and ae fair daughter sweet; And time, and care, and birth-time woes Have dimm'd thine eye, and touch'd thy rose: To thee, and thoug...

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