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" E'en Flattery's honeyed words declare The secret she would fain withhold, And tells me in " How young you are! " I 'm growing old ! Thanks for the years ! whose rapid flight My sombre Muse too sadly sings ; Thanks for the gleams of golden light That... "
Public Documents of Massachusetts - Page 6
by Massachusetts - 1896
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The Guardian, Volumes 6-7

Conduct of life - 1855
...would fain withhold, And tells me in " How young you are !" I'm growing old. Thanks for the years, whose rapid flight My sombre muse too sadly sings...golden light That tint the darkness of their wings ! The light that beams from out the sky, Those heavenly mansions to unfold, Where all are blest and...
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The Knickerbocker gallery: a testimonial to the editor of the Knickerbocker ...

Lewis Gaylord Clark - American literature - 1855 - 505 pages
...are I" I 'm growing old I Thanks for the years, whose rapid flight My sombre muse too sadly sings 1 Thanks for the gleams of golden light That tint the darkness of their wings! The light that beams from out the sky, Those heavenly mansions to unfold, Where all are blest, and...
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The free speaker: a new collection of pieces for declamation, original as ...

William Bentley Fowle - Readers and speakers - 1859 - 326 pages
...frugal of my gold, I'm growing wise, I'm growing yes I 'm growing old ! Thanks for the years whose rapid flight My sombre muse too sadly sings...golden light That tint the darkness of their wings 1 The light that beams from out the sky, Those heavenly mansions to unfold ; FRANKLIN AND THE CONSTITUTION....
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A compendium of American literature: chronologically arranged, with ...

Charles Dexter Cleveland - American literature - 1859 - 784 pages
...would fain withhold, And tells me, in " How young you are I* I'm growing old I Thanks for the yenrs whose rapid flight My sombre muse too sadly sings...the gleams of golden light That tint the darkness of her wings, The light that beams from out the sky, Those heavenly mansions to unfold, Where all are...
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The Christian's penny magazine, and friend of the people [ed. by J. Campbell ...

Congregational union of England and Wales - 1860
...declare The secret she would fain withhold, And tolls mo in ' ' How young you aro ! " I'm growing old ! Thanks for the year whose rapid flight My sombre muse...golden light That tint the darkness of t/heir wings! The light that beams from out the sky, Those heavenly mansions to unfold ; Whero all arc blessed, and...
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The Ashlar, Volume 5

Allyn Weston, Charles Scott - 1860
...fain withhold, And tell me in " How young you are !" I 'm growing old ! Thanks for the years ! whose rapid flight My sombre muse too sadly sings...golden light That tint the darkness of their wings ; The light that beams from out the sky, Those heavenly mansions to unfold, Where all are blest, and...
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The money-king, and other poems

John Godfrey Saxe - 1860
...fain withhold, And tells me in " How young you are ! " I'm growing old ! Thanks for the years ! whose rapid flight My sombre muse too sadly sings...golden light That tint the darkness of their wings ; The light that beams from out the sky, Those Heavenly mansions to unfold Where all are blest, and...
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Russell's Magazine, Volume 6

Paul Hamilton Payne - 1860
...she would fain withhold, And tells me in 'How young you are!' I'm growing old. "Thanks forthe years, whose rapid flight My sombre Muse too sadly sings;...golden light That tint the darkness of their wings; The light that beams from out the sky, Those heavenly mansions to unfold, Where all are blest, and...
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Poets and poetry of Vermont

Abby Maria Hemenway - American literature - 1860 - 500 pages
...declare The secret she would fain withhold, And tells me, in " How young you are ! " I 'm growing old ! Thanks for the gleams of golden light That tint the darkness of her wings, The light that beams from out the sky, Those heavenly mansions to unfold ; Where all...
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POETS AND POETRY OF VERMONT

1860
...declare The secret she would fain withhold, And tells me, in " How young you are ! " I 'm growing old ! Thanks for the gleams of golden light That tint the darkness of her wings, The light that beams from out the sky, Those heavenly mansions to unfold ; Where all...
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