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" And, as years pass, to find My lot unvaried by one passing gleam Of the bright woodland, or the flashing stream! To feel the breath of Spring, Yet not to view one of the tiny flowers That come from out the earth with her soft showers ; To hear the bright... "
The Gossips of Rivertown: With Sketches in Prose and Verse - 第 318 頁
Alice Bradley Haven 著 - 1850 - 321 頁
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The American Female Poets: With Biographical and Critical Notices

Caroline May - 1848 - 559 頁
...? This silence chills my blood. Had you one word of comfort, all my fears Were quickly banish'd — faster still the tears, A bitter, burning flood, Fall...That come from out the earth with her soft showers; To hear the bright birds sing, And feel, while listening to their joyou? strain, My heart can ne'er...
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The American Female Poets: With Biographical and Critical Notices

Caroline May - 1848 - 545 頁
...? This silence chills my blood. Had you one word of comfort, all my fears Were quickly banish'd— faster still the tears, A bitter, burning flood, Fall...bright woodland, or the flashing stream! To feel the breatrJ* of Spring, Yet not to view one of the tiny flowers That come from out the earth with her soft...
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The Female Poets of America

Rufus Wilmot Griswold - 1849 - 400 頁
...strength — that of despair. What is it to be blind ? — To be shut out for ever from the skiea — To see no more the " light of loving eyes"— And,...That come from out the earth with her soft showers ; To hear the bright birds sing, And feel, while listening to their joyous strain, My heart can ne'er...
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The American Female Poets: With Biographical and Critical Notices

Caroline May - 1848 - 545 頁
...— see, they do not thrill! That word was as a charm. Tell me the worst, all, all I now can bear. 1 have a fearful strength — that of despair. What...That come from out the earth with her soft showers; To hear the bright birds sing, And feel, while listening to their joyous strain, My heart can ne'er...
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The Female Poets of America

Rufus Wilmot Griswold - 1853 - 400 頁
...That word was as a charm; Tell me the worst: all, all I now can bear; I have a fearful strength—that of despair. What is it to be blind ?— To be shut...gleam Of the bright woodland or the flashing stream 1 To feel the breath of Spring, Yet not to view one of the tiny flowers That come from out the earth...
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The Female Poets of America

Rufus Wilmot Griswold - 1854 - 400 頁
...blind ? — To be shut out for ever from the skies — To see no more the " light of loving eye»" — And, as years pass, to find My lot unvaried by one passing gleam Of 1 1. с bright woodland or the flashing stream ! To feel the breath of Spring, Yet not to view one...
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Pearls from the American Female Poets

Caroline May - 1869 - 559 頁
...? This silence chills my blood. Had you one word of comfort, all my fears Were quickly banish'd — faster still the tears, A bitter, burning flood, Fall...That come from out the earth with her soft showers ; To hear the bright birds sing, And feel, while listening to their joyous strain. My heart can ne'er...
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The Female Poets of America

Rufus Wilmot Griswold - 1872 - 486 頁
...the worst: all, all I now can bear; I have a fearful strength — that of despair. What is it to bo blind ? — To be shut out for ever from the skies—-...to find My lot unvaried by one passing gleam Of the lirijht woodland or tUe Hashing stream 1 To feel the breath of Spring, \ct not to view one of the tiny...
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