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" And, dearest, though thine eyes alone May see in me a single grace — I care not so thou e'er canst find A hidden sweetness in my face. And if, as years and cares steal on, Even that lingering light must flee, What matter ? if from thee I hear " Thou... "
The Gossips of Rivertown: With Sketches in Prose and Verse - 第 236 頁
Alice Bradley Haven 著 - 1850 - 321 頁
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The Penny satirist and London pioneer [afterw.] The London pioneer ..., 第 3 卷

...forgot They bad been said in bygone days. While clasped hand, and circling arm, Drew me nearer still to thee — Thy low voice breathed upon mine ear, " Thou,...though thine eyes alone May see in me a single grace — 1 care not so thou e'er canst find A hidden sweetness in my face. And if, as years and cares steal...
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Graham's Magazine, 第 32 卷

1848
...been said in by-gone da)-». While clasped hand, and circling arm, Drew me nearer still to Ihee — Thy low voice breathed upon mine ear " Thou, love,...alone May see in me a single grace — I care not so thon e'er canst find A hidden sweetnes« in my face. And if, at years and cares »teal on, Even that...
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The Female Poets of America

Rufus Wilmot Griswold - 1849 - 400 頁
...They had been said in bygone days : While claspi d hand and cireling arm Then drew me nearer still to thee, Thy low voice breathed upon mine ear — " Thou,...eyes alone May see in me a single grace, I care not, eo thou e'er canst find A hidden sweetness in my face. And if, as years and cares steal on, Even that...
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The female poets of America [ed.] by T.B. Read

America - 1852
...words I scarce could see, There shone, as through a wreathing mist, " Thou art most beautiful to me." To thee ! I cared not for all eyes So I was beautiful...from thee I hear " Thou art still beautiful to me !" TOO LATE! "I have outlived all love." — BULWER'S Richelieu. OH, weary thought ! Oh, heart cast...
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The Female Poets of America: With Portraits, Biographical Notices, and ...

Thomas Buchanan Read - 1852 - 462 頁
...save from thy lips— And love should all unheeded be So I could hear thy blessed voice Say—"Thou art beautiful to me." And I have heard those very...light must flee, What matter ? if from thee I hear TOO LATE! "I have outlived all love."—BUI.WER'S Richelieu. On, weary thought! Oh, heart cast down...
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The Female Poets of America

Rufus Wilmot Griswold - 1853 - 400 頁
...They had been said in bygone days: While clasped hand and circling arm Then drew me nearer still to thee, Thy low voice breathed upon mine ear— " Thou,...sweetness in my face. And if, as years and cares steal on, ice G. Lee." Since the death of Mr. Neal, in the summer of 1847, Mrs. Neal has continued, in Philadelphia,...
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The Female Poets of America

Rufus Wilmot Griswold - 1854 - 400 頁
...clasped hand and circling arrn Then drew me nearer still to thee, Thy low voice breathed upon mine < " Thou, love, art beautiful to me." And, dearest, though...eyes alone May see in me a single grace, I care not, no thou e'er canst find A hidden sweetness in my face. And if, as years and cares steal on, Even that...
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The Female Poets of America: With Portraits, Biographical Notices, and ...

Thomas Buchanan Read - 1855 - 478 頁
...save from thy lips — And love should all unheeded be So I could hear thy blessed voice And I Jiave heard those very words — Blushing beneath thine...from thee I hear " Thou art still beautiful to me !' HARRIET WINSLOW LIST. THE author of the subjoined beautiful poems is a native of Portland, Maine,...
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The Female Poets of America

Thomas Buchanan Read - 1855 - 478 頁
...unheeded be So I could hear thy blessed voice Say—" Thou art beautiful to me." And I Jiave Jteard those very words — Blushing beneath thine earnest...flee, What matter ? if from thee I hear " Thou art si-Hi beautiful to me !' HARRIET WINSLOW LIST. THE author of the subjoined beautiful poems is a native...
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The Poetical Keepsake: Consisting of the Sweetest Poems

1866 - 480 頁
...They had been said in bygone days : While clasped hand and circling arm Then drew me nearer still to thee, Thy low voice breathed upon mine ear. — "...from thee I hear — " Thou art still beautiful to me I" LOVE SYMPATHIES. THERE are ten thousand tones and signs We hear and see, but none defines — Involuntary...
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