The Fireside Encyclopedia of Poetry: Comprising the Best Poems of the Most Famous Writers, English and American (Google eBook)

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Henry Troth Coates
Porter & Coates, 1878 - American poetry - 997 pages
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Page 703 - ery kind, Sound the trump, the cornet wind, Strike the viol, touch the lute, Let not tongue nor string be mute; Nor a creature dumb be found That hath eithe^r voice or sound. Let those things which do not live
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