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" Else why, through days which never come again, Roams Hope with that strange longing, like Regret: Why put the posy in the cold dead hand? Why plant the rose above the lonely grave? Why bring the corpse across the salt sea-wave? Why deem the dead more... "
The life and inventions of Thomas Alva Edision - Page 159
by William Kennedy-Laurie Dickson, Antonia Dickson - 1894 - 362 pages
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Helen ModÍt - American fiction - 1863 - 339 pages
...remember the one you read aloud, last summer ? " " Tell me," he said ; " I shall remember, then." , " ' There is a pleasure which is born of pain ; The grave, of all things, hath its violet' " She passed on, and Hamilton said : " She is wrong. The words are false ! On the grave of some hopes...
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Poems, Volume 1

Edward Robert Bulwer Lytton Earl of Lytton - English poetry - 1866
...And sweet, tho' sad, the sound of midnight bells, When the oped casement with the night-rain drips. There is a pleasure which is born of pain : The grave of all things hath its violet. Else why, thro' days which never come again, Eoams Hope with that strange longing, like Regret? Why put the posy...
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Poems, Volume 1

Edward Robert Bulwer Lytton Earl of Lytton - English poetry - 1866
...And sweet, tho' sad, the sound of midnight bells, When the oped casement with the night-rain drips. There is a pleasure which is born of pain : The grave of all things hath its violet. Else why, thro' days which never come again, Roams Hope with that strange longing, like Regret ? Why put the...
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The Poetical Works of Owen Meredith (Robert, Lord Lytton)

Edward Robert Bulwer Lytton Earl of Lytton - 1875 - 406 pages
...And sweet, though sad, the sound of midnight bells, When the oped casement with the nightrain drips. There is a pleasure which is born of pain : The grave...lonely grave ? Why bring the corpse across the salt sea-wave ? Why deem the dead more near in native land? Thy name hath been a silence in my life So long,...
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The Dublin university magazine

University magazine - 1876
...wild song will go wandering Too wantonly down paths a private pain Hath trodden bare." And yet ó " There is a pleasure which is born of pain, The grave of all things hath its violet. Else why, thro' days which never come again Roams Hope with that strange longing like Regret." In France, we...
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The Poetical Works of Owen Meredith (Robert, Lord Lytton)

Edward Robert Bulwer Lytton Earl of Lytton - 1877 - 406 pages
...midnight bells, Wheu the oped casement with the nightrain drips. There is ft pleasure which is horn of pain : The grave of all things hath its violet....Roams Hope with that strange longing, like Regret f Why put the posy in the cold dead hand ? Why plant the rose above the lonely grave f Why bring the...
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The churchman's daily remembrancer, with poetical selections for all seasons ...

Churchman - 1879
...When the dead is at rest, let his remembrance rest and be comforted for him.ó ECCLES. xxxvu. 2i. There is a pleasure which is born of pain The grave of all things hath its violet. Else why, thro' days which never come again, Roams Hope with that strange longing, like Regret ? Why put the...
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Our Poetical Favorites: A Selection from the Best Minor Poems of the English ...

American poetry - 1881 - 494 pages
...And sweet, though sad, the sound of midnight bells, When the oped casement with the night-rain drips. There is a pleasure which is born of pain : The grave...lonely grave ? Why bring the corpse across the salt sea-wave ? Why deem the dead more near in native land ? Thy name hath been a silence in my life So...
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The Poetical Works of Owen Meredith (Robert, Lord Lytton) ...

Edward Robert Bulwer Lytton Earl of Lytton - English poetry - 1881 - 475 pages
...And sweet, though sad, the sound of midnight bells, When the oped casement with the night-rain drips. There is a pleasure which is born of pain : The grave...like Regret ? Why put the posy in the cold dead hand ? WLy plant the rose above the lonely grave ? Why bring the corpse across the salt sea-wave ? WTay...
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Vashti; or, 'Until death us do part'.

Augusta Jane Wilson - 1883
...mostly on the ruins of our cherished schemes, finding our failures were successes.' Recollect, ó ' There is a pleasure which is born of pain : The grave of all things hath its violet,' soul makes of yours. May God point out your work and help you to perform it faithfully. May His hand...
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