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" But if it fell, then this were well, That I should with it fall ; Since, for my part, I have built my heart In the courses of its wall. " Ay ! I were fain, long to remain, Watch in my tower to keep, And tend my light in the stormiest night That ever did... "
A Memory of Edward Thring - Page 192
by John Huntley Skrine - 1889 - 279 pages
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A story of doom, and other poems

Jean Ingelow - 1867 - 296 pages
...Amid their tremulous stirs, To count each stroke when the mad waves broke. For cheers of mariners. ' But if it fell, then this were well, That I should...I have built my heart In the courses of its wall. ' Ay ! I were fain, long to remain, Watch in my tower to keep, And tend my light in the stormiest night...
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The Living Age ..., Volume 94

Eliakim Littell, Robert S. Littell - Language Arts & Disciplines - 1867
...Amid their tremulous stirs, To count each stroke when the mad waves broke, | For cheers of mariners. " But if it fell, then this were well, That I should...for my part, I have built my heart In the courses of it* wall." If such was Winstanley's wish, he had it. And if it occurred to him further to wish that...
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The Complete Poems of Jean Ingelow

Jean Ingelow - 1869 - 332 pages
...Amid their tremulous stirs, To count each stroke, when the mad waves broke, For cheers of mariners. " But if it fell, then this were well, That I should...for my part, I have built my heart In the courses 6f its wall. " Ay ! I were fain, long to remain, Watch in my tower to keep, And tend my light in the...
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The Complete Poems of Jean Ingelow

Jean Ingelow - Literary Criticism - 1871 - 639 pages
...Amid their tremulous stirs, To count each stroke, when the mad waves broke, For cheers of mariners. " But if it fell, then this were well, That I should...I have built my heart In the courses of its wall. " Ay ! I were fain, long to remain, Watch in my tower to keep, And tend my light in the stormiest night...
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Living voices, selections chiefly from recent poetry [compiled by E. Spooner].

Living voices - 1873
...Amid their tremulous stirs, To count each stroke when the mad waves broke For cheers of mariners. " But if it fell, then this were well, That I should...I have built my heart In the courses of its wall. " Ay ! I were fain long to remain, Watch in my tower to keep, And tend my light in the stormiest night...
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The casquet of literature, a selection in poetry and prose, ed. with notes ...

Casket - 1873
...Amid their tremulous stirs, Tocount each stroke when the mad waves broke, For cheers of mariner», "But if it fell, then this were well, That I should with it fell; Since, for my part, I have built my heart In the courses of its wall. "Ay ! I were fain, long...
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Parnassus

Ralph Waldo Emerson - American poetry - 1874 - 534 pages
...Amid their tremulous stirs, To count each stroke when the mad waves broke, For cheers of mariners. " But if it fell, then this were well, That I should...I have built my heart In the courses of its wall. " Ay! I were fain, long to remain, Watch in my tower to keep, And tend my light in the stormiest night...
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Parnassus

Ralph Waldo Emerson - American poetry - 1874 - 534 pages
...stroke when the mad waves broke, For cheers of mariners. " But if it fell, tJien this were well, That 1 should with it fall ; Since, for my part, I have built my heart In the courses of its wall. "Ay! I were fain, long to remain, Watch in my tower to keep, And tend my light in the stormiest night...
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Parnassus

Ralph Waldo Emerson - American poetry - 1875 - 534 pages
...their tremulous stirs, To count each stroke when the mad waves broke, For cheers of mariners. "Hut if it fell, then this were well, That I should with...I have built my heart In the courses of its wall. "Ay! I were fain, long to remain, Watch in my tower to keep, And tend my light in the stormiest night...
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Uppingham by the Sea: A Narrative of the Year at Borth

John Huntley Skrine - Borth (Wales) - 1878
...more. To see the four-and-twenty years of life go at a touch — indeed it was hard to think of. " For my part, I have built my heart in the courses of the wall " — (cheers) — and nothing short of this impelled us to that dire necessity of leaping...
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