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" Envy, put out thine eyes, lest thou do see What oceans of delight in me do flow ! My friend, that oft saw through all masks my woe, Come, come, and let me pour myself on thee. "
The Romance of the Peerage - Page 93
by George Lillie Craik - 2009 - 216 pages
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Kentish poets: A series of writers in English poetry, natives ..., Volumes 1-2

Rowland Freeman - Authors, English - 1821
...thine eyes, lest thou do see What oceans of delight in me do flow. My friend I that oft saw'st through all masks my woe,. Come, come, and let me pour myself...Gone is the winter of my misery ; My spring appears, O see what here doth grow ! For Stella hath, in words where faith doth shine, Of her high heart given...
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The Life and Times of Sir Philip Sidney

Sarah Matilda Henry Davis - 1859 - 287 pages
...Come, come, and let me poure my selfe on thee ; Gone is the winter of my miserie, My Spring appeares, O see what here doth grow. " For Stella hath with words where faith doth shine, Of her high heart giv'n me the Monarchy : I, I, OI may say that she is mine. " And though she give but thus conditionally...
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The Miscellaneous Works of Sir Philip Sidney, Knt: With a Life of the Author ...

Sir Philip Sidney, William Gray - Poetry - 1860 - 380 pages
...fair a virtue to enjoy. LXIX. What oceans of delight in me do flow. My friend, that oft saw through all masks my woe, Come, come and let me pour myself...Gone is the winter of my misery : My spring appears, O see what here doth grow. For Stella hath with words where faith doth shine, Of her high heart giv'n...
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The miscellaneous works of Sir Philip Sidney, knt: with a life of the author ...

Sir Philip Sidney, William Gray - History - 1860 - 380 pages
...Come, come and let me pour myself on thee ; Gone is the winter of my misery : My spring appears, O see what here doth grow. For Stella hath with words where faith doth shine, Of her high heart giv'n me the monarchy ; I, I, OI may say that she is mine : And though she give but thus conditionly...
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Jahrbuch der Deutschen Shakespeare-Gesellschaft, Volumes 16-17

1881
...darüber: O, joy too high for my low style to show, 0, bliss fit for a nobler state than me! — — Stella hath, with words, where faith doth shine Of her high heart given me the monarchy: 1, I, oh ! I may say that she is mine : And tho' she give but thus conditionly, This realm of bliss,...
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Shakspeare's sonnets never before interpreted: his private friends ...

Gerald Massey - Drama - 1866 - 603 pages
...lest thou do see What oceans of delight in me do flow. My friend that oft saw'st thro' all masks of woe, Come, come, and let me pour myself on thee. Gone is the winter of my misery; My Spring appears ; O see what here doth grow I For Stella hath, with words where faith doth shine, Of her high heart...
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History of English Literature, Volume 1

Hippolyte Taine - English literature - 1871
...Come, come, and let me powre my selfe on thee ; Gone is the winter of my miserie, My spring appeares, 0 see what here doth grow, For Stella hath with words where faith doth shine, Of her high heart giv'n me the monarchic : I, I, 0 I may say that she is mine.'* There are Oriental splendours in the...
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History of English literature, tr. by H. van Laun

Hippolyte Adolphe Taine - History - 1871
...Come, come, and let me powre my selfe on thee ; Gone is the winter of my miserie, My spring appeares, O see what here doth grow, For Stella hath with words where faith doth shine, Of her high heart giv'n me the monarchic : I, I, OI may say that she is mine.'3 There are Oriental splendours in the...
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The Complete Poems of Sir Philip Sidney ...

Sir Philip Sidney - 1873
...come, and let me powre my sclfe on thce. ( ¡one is the Winter of my miserie ! My Spring appeares; 0 see what here doth grow : For Stella hath, with words where faith doth shine, Of her high heart giu'n me the monarchic : I, I, 0 I, may say that she is mine ! And though she giue but thus conditionly,...
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The Complete Poems of Sir Philip Sidney ...

Sir Philip Sidney - 1873
...all maskes my wo, Come, come, and let me powre my selfe on thee. Gone is the Winter of my miserie ! For Stella hath, with words where faith doth shine, Of her high heart giu'n me the monarchie : •I, I, 0 I, may say that she is mine! And though she giue but thus conditionly,...
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