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" Yet in that bulb, those sapless scales, The lily wraps her silver vest, Till vernal suns and vernal gales Shall kiss once more her fragrant breast. Yes, hide beneath the mouldering heap, The undelighting slighted thing ; There in the cold earth buried... "
Bulbs and bulb culture - Page 133
by David Taylor Fish - 1877
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Psyche: With Other Poems

Mary Tighe - 1812 - 230 pages
...undelighting slighted thing ; There in the cold earth buried deep, In silence let it wait the spring. Oh ! many a stormy night shall close In gloom upon the barren earth, While still, in'undisturbed repose, Uninjured lies the future birth :. And Ignorance, with sceptic eye, Hope's patient...
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The Rhode-Island Literary Repository, Volume 1

Isaac Bailey - Language Arts & Disciplines - 1814 - 672 pages
...lighting slighted thing; There in the cold earth buried deep, In silence let it wait the spring. Oh ! many a stormy night shall close In gloom upon the barren earth, While still, in undisturbed repose, Uninjured lies the future birth : And Ignorance, with skeptick eye, Hope's patient...
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The New Monthly Magazine, Volume 5

Thomas Campbell, Samuel Carter Hall, Edward Bulwer Lytton Baron Lytton, Theodore Edward Hook, Thomas Hood, William Harrison Ainsworth - 1816
...While still, in undisturbed repose, Uninjured lies the future birth ; 1816.1 Original Poclry. [Msy l, And Ignorance, with sceptic eye, Hope's patient smile shall wondering view, Or mock her fond credality, As her soft tears the spot bedew. Sweet smile of hope, delicious tear ! Tlie sun, the shower...
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British melodies, extracts from the modern poets [signed J.H.R.].

British melodies - 1820
...undelighting slighted thing . There in the cold earth buried deep, In silence let it wait the spring. Oh ! many a stormy night shall close In gloom upon the barren earth, While still, in undisturbed repose, Uninjured lies the future birth ; And Ignorance, with sceptic eye, Hope's patient...
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Annual Register, Volume 53

Edmund Burke - History - 1825
...undelighting slighted thing ; There in the cold earth buried deep, In silence let it wait the spring. Oh ! many a stormy night shall close In gloom upon the barren earth, While still, in undisturbed repose, Uninjured lies the future birth ; And Ignorance, with sceptic eye, Hope's patient...
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The table book: or, Daily recreation and information concerning remarkable ...

William Hone - History - 1827 - 870 pages
...stormy ntght shall close In gloom upon the barren earth, Wbtle still, in undisturb'd repose, Uninjur'd lies the future birth; and Ignorance, with sceptic eye, Hope's patient smile shall wondering new ¡ Or mock her fond credulity, As her soft tears the spot bedew. S-»»et imile of hope, delicious...
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Moral and Sacred Poetry

1829 - 296 pages
...undelighting slighted thing ; There in the cold earth buried deep, In silence let it wait the spring. Oh! many a stormy night shall close In gloom upon the barren earth, While still in undisturbed repose, Uninjured lies the future hirth ; And Ignorance, with sceptic eye, Hope's patient...
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Letters of Christian Sympathy to Mourners

Consolation - 1830 - 142 pages
...undelighted ^lighted thing; There in the cold earth, buried deep, In silence let it wait the spring! Oh! many a stormy night shall close In gloom upon the barren earth, While still, in undisturbed repose, Uninjured lies, the future birth. And ignorance, with sceptic eye, Hope's patient...
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The Sacred Harp

Great Britain - 1831 - 240 pages
...undelighting, slighted thing ; There in the cold earth buried deep, In silence let it wait the spring. Oh ! many a stormy night shall close In gloom upon the barren earth, While still, in undisturbed repose, Uninjured lies the future birth ; And Ignorance, with sceptic eye, Hope's patient...
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Gathered Flowers: Chiefly from the Works of the British Poets

1832 - 179 pages
...undelighting, slighted thing ; There, in the cold earth, buried deep, In silence let it wait the spring. O ! many a stormy night shall close In gloom upon the barren earth ; While still, in undisturbed repose, Uninjured lies the future birth. And Ignorance, with sceptic eye, Hope's patient...
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