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" Tears, Heliodora! on thy tomb I shed, Love's last libation to the shades below; Tears, bitter tears, by fond remembrance fed, Are all that Fate now leaves me to bestow. Vain sorrows! vain regrets! yet, loveliest, thee, Thee still they follow in the silent... "
The Greek Anthology - Page 320
edited by - 1852 - 518 pages
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 34

1833
...shed, Love's last libation to the shades below ; Tears, bitter tears, by fond remembrance fed, Are all that Fate now leaves me to bestow. Vain sorrows...converse free, And soft endearments never to return. How thdu art torn, sweet flower, that smiled so fair ! Tom, and thy honour'd bloom with dust defiled ;...
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Collections from the Greek anthology, by R. Bland, and others

Anthologia Graeca - 1833
...shed, Love's last libation to the shades below ; Tears, bitter tears, by fond remembrance fed, Are all that Fate now leaves me to bestow. Vain sorrows...converse free, And soft endearments never to return. Now thou art torn, sweet flower that smil'd so fair ! Torn and thy honour'd bloom with dust defil'd...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 34

1833
...libation to the shades below ; Tears, bitter tears, by fond remembrance fed, Are all that Fate now leares me to bestow. Vain sorrows ! vain regrets ! yet, loveliest,...hours of social converse free, And soft endearments nerer to return. How thou art torn, sweet flower, that smiled so fair ! Torn, and thy honour'd bloom...
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Poems Original and Translated, Volume 1

John Herman Merivale - English poetry - 1838
...I shed, Love's last libation to the shades below. Tears, bitter tears, by fond remembrance fed, Are all that fate now leaves me to bestow. Vain sorrows...converse free, And soft endearments never to return. Now thou art torn, sweet flower, that smiled so fair ! Torn and thy honour'd bloom with dust defiled:...
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Poems Original and Translated, Volumes 1-2

John Herman Merivale, Dante Alighieri, Friedrich Schiller, Horace, Francesco Petrarca - 1844
...I shed, Love's last libation to the shades below. Tears, bitter tears, by fond remembrance fed, Are all that fate now leaves me to bestow. Vain sorrows ! vain regrets ! yet, loveliest ! thee, Now thou art torn, sweet flower, that smiled so fair ! Tom and thy honour'd bloom with dust defiled...
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Specimens of the Poets and Poetry of Greece and Rome

William Peter - Greek poetry - 1847 - 530 pages
...shed, Love's last libation to the shades below ; Tears, bitter tears, by fond remembrance fed, Are all that Fate now leaves me to bestow. Vain sorrows!...converse free, And soft endearments never to return. * So in Shakspeare' " Borneo and Juliet :" "All things thai we ordain for festival. Turn from...
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The Poets and the Poetry of the Ancient Greeks: With an Historical ...

Abraham Mills - Greek literature - 1858 - 485 pages
...Heliodora I on thy tomb I shed, Love's last libation to the shades below ; Vain sorrows ! vain regrets I yet. loveliest thee, Thee still they follow in the...sweet flower, that smiled so fair ! Torn, and thy honor'd bloom with dust defil'd; Yet, holy Earth, accept my suppliant prayer, And in a mother's arms...
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Debow's Review,: Agricultural, Commercial, Industrial Progress ..., Volume 26

James Dunwoody Brownson De Bow, R. G. Barnwell, Edwin Q. Bell, William MacCreary Burwell - Industries - 1859
...shed, Love's lust libation to the shades below ; Tears, bitter tears, by fond remembrance fed, Are all that Fate now leaves me to bestow. Vain sorrows ! vain regrets ! Yet loveliest ! thce, Thee, still they follow in the silent urn, Retracing hours of social converse free, And soft...
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De Bow's Review, Volume 26

James Dunwoody Brownson De Bow, William MacCreary Burwell - Southern States - 1859
...shed. Love's last libation to the shades below ; Tears, bitter tears, by fond remembrance fed. Are all that Fate now leaves me to bestow. Vain sorrows ! vain regrets ! Yet loveliest! thce, Thee, still they follow in the silent um. Retracing hours of social converse free, And soft endearments,...
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Gleanings from the harvest fields of literature: A melange of excerpta ...

Charles Carroll Bombaugh - Literature - 1860 - 527 pages
...remembrance fed, Are all that Pate now leaves me to bestow. Vain sorrows! vain regrets! yet, lovelicst, thee, Thee still they follow in the silent urn, Retracing...art torn, sweet flower, that smiled so fair ! Torn, nnd thy honored bloom with dust defiled; Yet, holy earth, accept my suppliant prayer, And in a mother's...
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