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" Who would have thought my shrivelled heart Could have recovered greenness? It was gone Quite under ground; as flowers depart To see their mother-root, when they have blown; Where they together All the hard weather, Dead to the world, keep house unknown. "
The Book of Gems: Chaucer to Prior - Page 200
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The temple, sacred poems and private ejaculations

George Herbert - 1638
...heart. Could have recovcr'd greennefle ? It was gone Quite under ground, as flow'rs depart To fee their mother-root, when they have blown $. Where they together All the hard weather, Dead to the world, kecphoufe unknown* Thefc are thy wonders, Lord of power, Killing and quickning, bringing down to bcil...
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The temple, sacred poems and private ejaculations. [With] The synagogue

George Herbert - 1660
...It was gone Quite under ground, as flow'rs depart ję To fee their Mother-root, when they haveWowa ; Where they together All the hard weather Dead to the world, keep houfe unknown. Thefe are thy wonders, Lord of powtr, ij, Killing and quickning, bringing down to hell...
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The temple, sacred poems and private ejaculations. [With] The synagogue

George Herbert - 1667
...heart Could have recover'd grcennefs ? It was gone Quite under ground, as flow'rsdepart I To fee their Mother-root, when they have blown ; Where they together...,, All the hard weather , Dead to the world , keep houfe unknown. Thefeare-thy wonders, Lord of power, r tilling andquickning, bringing down toheJl And-np...
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The temple, sacred poems and private ejaculations. [With] The synagogue

George Herbert - 1703
...have blown ; Where they together All the hard Weather Dead to the World, keep Houfe unknown. 'Thefe are thy Wonders, Lord of Power, Killing and quick'ning, bringing down to Hell And up to Heav'n in an Hour ; Making a chiming of a Paffing-Bell. We fay amifs, This or that is: Thy word is...
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The temple, sacred poems and private ejaculations. [With] The synagogue

George Herbert - 1709
...Heart Could have recovered Greennefs ? It' was gone Quite under Ground,, as Flow'rs depart To fee their Mother-root, when they have blown ; Where they together All the hard Weather Dead to the VVorld, Jseep Hou[e unknown, Thefe are thy Wonders, Lord of Power, Killing and quick'ning, bringing...
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The temple: sacred poems, and private ejaculations. To which is added, a ...

George Herbert - 1799
...heart Could have recover'd greennefs ? It was gone Quite under ground, as flow'rs depart To fee their mother-root, when they have blown ; Where they together All the hard weather, Dead to the world, keep houfe unknown, Thefeare thy wonders, Lord of power, Killing and quick'ning, bringing down to hell And...
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Essays designed to afford Christian encouragement and consolation

John Sheppard - 1833
...heart Could have recover'd greenness ? It was gone Quite underground : as flowers depart To see their mother-root when they have blown ; Where they, together,...hard weather, Dead to the world, keep house unknown. And now in age I bud again : After so many deaths 1 live and write : I once more smell the dew and...
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Reflections adapted to the holy seasons of the Christian and ecclesiastical year

John Brewster - 1834
...heart Could have recovered greenness ? It was gone Quite under-ground, as flowers depart To see their mother-root when they have blown ; Where they together...These are thy wonders, Lord of power, Killing and quickening, bringing down to hell And up,to heaven in an hour ; Making a chiming of a passing bell...
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Sacred Classics, Or, Cabinet Library of Divinity, Volume 21

Richard Cattermole, Henry Stebbing - Christianity - 1835
...heart Could have recover'd greenness ? It was gone Quite under ground, as flowers depart To see their mother-root, when they have blown ; Where they together...quick'ning, bringing down to hell And up to heaven in an hour; Making a chiming of a passing-bell. We say amiss, ' This or that is :' Thy word is all, if we...
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Sacred poetry of the seventeenth century: including the whole of Giles ...

Giles Fletcher - Literary Criticism - 1836
...heart Could have recover'd greenness ? It was gone Quite under ground, as flowers depart To see their mother-root, when they have blown ; Where they together...quick'ning, bringing down to hell And up to heaven in an hour ; Making a chiming of a passing-bell. We say amiss, ' This or that is :' Thy word is all, if we...
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