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" The buried brooklet could not hear, The music of whose liquid lip Had been to us companionship, And, in our lonely life, had grown To have an almost human tone. "
The Land We Love - Page 245
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Complete Poetical Works

John Greenleaf Whittier - 1910 - 489 pages
...the unmeaning beat Of ghostly finger-tips of sleet. Beyond the circle of our hearth No welcome sound of toil or mirth Unbound the spell, and testified...lonely life, had grown To have an almost human tone. As night drew on, and, from the crest Of wooded knolls that ridged the west, The sun, a snow-blown...
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The Stoddard library: a thousand hours of entertainment with the ..., Volume 12

John Lawson Stoddard - Literature - 1910
...the unmeaning beat Of ghostly finger-tips of sleet. Beyond the circle of our hearth No welcome sound of toil or mirth Unbound the spell, and testified...lonely life, had grown To have an almost human tone. As night drew on, and, from the crest Of wooded knolls that ridged the west, The sun, a snow-blown...
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American and English Classics for Grammar Grades: With Biographical Sketches ...

Readers - 1910 - 406 pages
...unmeaning beat Of ghostly finger-tips of sleet. & Beyond the circle of our hearth No welcome sound of toil or mirth Unbound the spell, and testified...and thought outside. We minded that the sharpest ear m The buried brooklet could not hear, The music of whose liquid lip Had been to us companionship, And,...
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Three American poems

Edgar Allan Poe, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, John Greenleaf Whittier - American poetry - 1910 - 154 pages
...unmeaning beat 105 Of ghostly finger-tips of sleet. Beyond the circle of our hearth No welcome sound of toil or mirth Unbound the spell, and testified Of human life and thought outside. 110 We minded that the sharpest ear The buried brooklet could not hear, The music of whose liquid lip...
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Standard Classics with Biographical Sketches and Helpful Notes: Arranged and ...

English literature - 1910 - 400 pages
...unmeaning beat 105 Of ghostly finger-tips of sleet, Beyond the circle of our hearth No welcome sound of toil or mirth Unbound the spell, and testified Of human life and thought outside. 11o We minded that the sharpest ear The buried brooklet could not hear, The music of whose liquid lip...
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American Poems (1625-1892)

Walter Cochrane Bronson - American poetry - 1912 - 669 pages
...Unbound the spell, and testified Of human life and thought outside. We minded that the sharpest ear no The music of whose liquid lip Had been to us companionship,...lonely life had grown To have an almost human tone. 115 As night drew on, and, from the crest Of wooded knolls that ridged the west, The sun, a snow-blown...
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American Poems (1625-1892)

Walter Cochrane Bronson - American poetry - 1912 - 669 pages
...unmeaning beat Of ghostly finger-tips of sleet. 105 Beyond the circle of our hearth No welcome sound of toil or mirth Unbound the spell, and testified...and thought outside. We minded that the sharpest ear no The music of whose liquid lip Had been to us companionship, And in our lonely life had grown To...
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Whittier's Snow-bound: A Study and Interpretation with Comments, Outlines ...

John Greenleaf Whittier, Lucy Adella Sloan - 1913 - 80 pages
...unmeaning beat Of ghostly finger-tips of sleet. 105 Beyond the circle of our hearth No welcome sound of toil or mirth Unbound the spell, and testified...and thought outside. We minded that the sharpest ear no The buried brooklet could not hear, The music of whose liquid lip Had been to us companionship,...
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Intensive Studies in American Literature

Alma Blount - American literature - 1914 - 331 pages
...of the figure in the feeling of the writer we may gather from a few lines of Whittier's Snow-Bound. We minded that the sharpest ear The buried brooklet...lonely life, had grown To have an almost human tone. The figure evidently grows out of the author's sympathy with and love for nature and the inanimate...
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Standard Classic Reader: Book- for the -grade, Book 4

Readers - 1914
...unmeaning beat I0S Of ghostly finger-tips of sleet. Beyond the circle of our hearth No welcome sound of toil or mirth Unbound the spell, and testified Of human life and thought outside. 100 We minded that the sharpest ear The buried brooklet could not hear, The music of whose liquid lip...
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