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" When sudden . . . how think ye, the end? Did I say "without friend"? Say rather, from marge to blue marge The whole sky grew his targe With the sun's self for visible boss, While an Arm ran across Which the earth heaved beneath like a breast Where the... "
New Wars for Old: Being a Statement of Radical Pacifism in Terms of Force ... - Page 260
by John Haynes Holmes - 1916 - 369 pages
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The Irish Quarterly Review, Volume 6, Part 1

Irish literature - 1856
...labor content To enjoy the event. When sudden . . . how think ye the end? Did I say " without friend V" Say rather, from marge to blue marge The whole sky grew his targe With the sun's self tor visible boss, While an Arm ran across Which the earth heaved beneath like a breast Where the wretch...
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Men and women

Robert Browning, Edwin Markham - 1856 - 351 pages
...content To enjoy the event. 7. When sudden . . . how think ye, the end ? Did I say " without friend ? " Say rather, from marge to blue marge The whole sky...erect, caught at God's skirts, and prayed ! — So, / was afraid ! A PRETTY WOMAN. 1. THAT fawn-skin-dappled hair of hers, And the blue eye Dear and dewy,...
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The Irish Quarterly Review, Volume 6

Irish literature - 1856
...labor content To enjoy the event. When sudden . . . how think ye the end? Did I say " without friend ?" Say rather, from marge to blue marge The whole sky...With the sun's self for visible boss, While an Arm run across Which the earth heaved beneath like a breast Where the wretch was safe prent! Do you see?...
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Selections from the poetical works of Robert Browning [ed. by J. Forster and ...

Robert Browning - 1863
...content To enjoy the event. vII. When sudden . . . how think ye, the end ? Did I say "without friend?" Say rather, from marge to blue marge The whole sky...erect, caught at God's skirts, and prayed ! — So, / was afraid. HOW IT STRIKES A CONTEMPORARY. I ONLY knew one poet in my life : And this, or something...
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MEN AND WOMEN

ROBERT BROWNING. - 1863
...content To enjoy the event. When sudden . . . how think ye, the end ? Did I say " without friend ? " Say rather, from marge to blue marge The whole sky...grew his targe With the sun's self for visible boss, Which the earth heaved beneath like a breast Where the wretch was safe prest ! Do you see ? just my...
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Selections from [his] Poetical Works

Robert Browning - 1874
...content To enjoy the event. VII. When sudden . . . how think ye, the end ? Did I say "without friend?" Say rather, from marge to blue marge The whole sky...erect, caught at God's skirts, and prayed ! — So, / was afraid 1 AN EPISTLE CONTAINING THE STRANGE MEDICAL EXPERIENCE OF KARSHISH, THE ARAB PHYSICIAN....
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The teacher's handbook of the Bible

Joseph Pulliblank - 1876
...tyrant tried to bend one poor man to his will. The poem ends with these words, spoken by the tyrant, ' The man sprang to his feet, Stood erect, caught at God's skirts, and prayed ! — So, / was afraid.' LESSON 195. Read Acts v. THE dreadful fate of Ananias and Sapphira conveys a lesson...
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The Poetical Works of Robert Browning ...

Robert Browning - 1882
...content To enjoy the event. VII. When sudden . . . how think ye, the end ? Did I say " without friend ? " Say rather, from marge to blue marge The whole sky...feet, Stood erect, caught at God's skirts, and prayed ! MESMERISM. I. ALL I believed is true ! I am able yet All I want, to get By a method as strange as...
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Living English Poets. MDCCCLXXXII

History - 2012 - 322 pages
...content To enjoy the event. When sudden . . . how think ye, the end ? Did I say "without friend ? " Say rather, from marge to blue marge The whole sky...feet, Stood erect, caught at God's skirts, and prayed ! APPARENT FAILURE " We shall soon lose a celebrated building."—Paris Newspaper. No, for I '11 save...
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