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" The owl, with feeble sight, Lies lurking in the leaves, The sparrow in the frosty night May shroud her in the eaves. "
The Tor Hill - 第 155 頁
Horace Smith 著 - 1826 - 350 頁
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Specimens of the early English poets [ed. by G. Ellis.]. To which is ...

English poets - 1801
...his cave, The little bird his nest, From heat and cold themselves to save, At all times as they list. The owl, with feeble sight, Lies lurking in the leaves...the frosty night, May shroud her in the eaves. But, woe to me, alas ! In sun, nor yet in shade, I cannot find a resting-place My burthen to unlade. —...
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Specimens of the early English poets: to which is prefixed an ..., 第 1 卷

George Ellis - 1803 - 458 頁
...his cave, The little bird his nest, From heat and cold themselves to save At all times as they list. The owl, with feeble sight, Lies lurking in the leaves...me, alas ! In sun, nor yet in shade, I cannot find a resting-place My burden to unlade. the lover, that once disdained Love, is now become subject, being...
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Specimens of the British poets, 第 1 卷,第 1 篇

British poets - 1809
...its cave, The little bird its nest, From heat and cold themselves to save, At all times as they list. The owl, with feeble sight, Lies lurking in the leaves...the frosty night, May shroud her in the eaves. But, woe to me, alas ! In sun, nor yet in shade, I cannot find a resting-place My burthen to unlade. FROM...
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Specimens of the Early English Poets: To which is Prefixed, an Historical ...

George Ellis - 1811
...his cave, The little bird his nest, From heat and cold themselves to save At all times as they list. The owl, with feeble sight, Lies lurking in the leaves...the frosty night May shroud her in the eaves. But, woe to me, alas ! In sun, not yet in shade, I cannot find a resting-place My burden to unlade. The...
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The history of English poetry,: from the close of the eleventh to the ..., 第 3 卷

Thomas Warton, Richard Price - 1824
...to be cited for their simple beauty, and native force of expression. The owle with feble sight Lyes lurking in the leaves ; The sparrow in the frosty...May shroud her in the eaves. But wo to me, alas ! In sunne, nor yet in shade, I cannot finde a resting place My burden to unlade."1 Nor can I omit to notice...
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The history of English poetry. To which are prefixed, three dissertations ...

Thomas Warton - 1840
...sorrows to remove, *o1' 55< Oft times therein did looke. — PARK.] The owle with fl-ble sight Lyes lurking in the leaves ; The sparrow in the frosty...night May shroud her in the eaves. But wo to me, alas I In sunne, nor yet in shade, I cannot finde a resting place My burden to unlade."1 Nor can I omit...
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Specimens of the Poets and Poetry of Greece and Rome

William Peter - 1847 - 530 頁
...affecting simplicity of thought and easy harmony of expression : " The owle with feeble sight Lyes lurking In the leaves ; The sparrow in the frosty...May shroud her in the eaves ; But wo to me, alas! In sunne, nor yet in shade, I cannot find a resting-place, My burden to unlade." t Slmetha burns the border...
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Specimens of the Poets and Poetry of Greece and Rome

William Peter - 1847 - 530 頁
...affecting simplicity of thought and easy harmony of expression : " The owle with feeble sight Lyes lurking in the leaves ; The sparrow in the frosty night May shroud her in the enves ; Rut wo to me, alas! In sunne. nor yet in shade, I cannot find a rentinff-place. My burden to...
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Poetical Works of Henry Howard, Earl of Surrey: Minor Contemporaneous Poets ...

Henry Howard Earl of Surrey, Thomas Sackville Earl of Dorset, Nicholas Grimald, Thomas Vaux Baron Vaux - 1854 - 284 頁
...is upset. The coney hath his cave, The little bird his nest, From heat and cold themselves to save, The owl with feeble sight, Lies lurking in the leaves;...the frosty night May shroud her in the eaves. But woe to me, alas! In sun nor yet in shade, I cannot find a resting place, My burden to unlade. But day...
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First period. Second period. From Spenser to Dryden

George Gilfillan - 1860
...cave, The little bird his nest, From heat and cold themselves to save At all times as they list. 5 The owl, with feeble sight, Lies lurking in the leaves,...sparrow in the frosty night May shroud her in the eaves. 6 But woe to me, alas ! In sun nor yet in shade, I cannot find a resting-place, 7 But day by day still...
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