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" Round her she made an atmosphere of life. The very air seem'd lighter from her eyes — They were so soft and beautiful, and rife With all we can imagine of the skies, And pure as Psyche ere she grew a wife — Too pure even for the purest human ties;... "
Researches in the Phenomena of Spiritualism - Page 114
by William Crookes - 1874 - 112 pages
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Cyclopædia of English literature

Robert Chambers - 1844
...sought to shun Their bonds whene'er some Zephyr caught began To offer his young pinion as her fan. e albatross did follow, And every day for food or play, Came to the And pure as Psyche ere she grew a wife — Too pure even for the purest human ties ; Her overpowering...
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Cyclopædia of English Literature: A History, Critical and ..., Volume 2

Robert Carruthers - English literature - 1844
...sought to shun Their bonds whene'er some Zephyr caught began To offer his young pinion as her fan. e is seen to great advantage, as an acute and lively observer, graphic in And pure as Psyche ere ehe grew a wife — Too pure even for the purest human ties ; Her overpowering...
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Social influences: or, Villiers

Proteus (pseud.) - 1846
...The very air' " — St. Leger whispered — " ' The very air seems lighter from her eyes, They are so soft, and beautiful, and rife With all we can imagine of the skies, And pure as Psyche'— (A-hem, Villiers !) ' ere she grew a wife !' This, 'most noble Festus !' is...
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Social influences: or, Villiers

Proteus (pseud.) - 1846
...The very air' " — St. Leger whispered — " ' The very air seems lighter from her eyes, They are so soft, and beautiful, and rife With all we can imagine of the skies, And pure as Psyche'— (A-hem, Villiers !) ' ere she grew a wife !' This, 'most noble Festus !' is...
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The Works of Lord Byron: With His Letters and Journals and His Life, Volume 15

George Gordon Byron Baron Byron - 1847
...LXXIV. Round her she made an atmosphere of life, The very air seetn'd lighter from her eyes, The)' were so soft and beautiful, and rife With all we can imagine of the skies, (1) The bar of gold above the instep is a mark of sovereign rank in the women of the families of the...
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Don Juan, Volume 1

George Gordon Byron Baron Byron - 1849
...luperfluity. Of these, only one had dark hair; the Oriental'* ^tjul, perhaps, the lightest colour of the four. They were so soft and beautiful, and rife With all we can imagine of the skies, And pure as Psyche ere she grew a wite — Too pure even for the purest human ties; Her overpowering...
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Cyclopedia of English Literature: a Selection of the Choicest ..., Volume 2

Robert Chambers - English literature - 1851
...sought to shun Their bonds whene'er some Zephyr caught began To offer hia young pinion as her fan. Onward he m eye», They were so soft, and beautiful, and rife, With all we can imagine of the skies, And pure as...
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Beautiful poetry, selected by the ed. of The Critic

Beautiful poetry - History - 1855
...To offer his young pinion as her fan. Round her she made an atmosphere of life, The very air seem'd lighter from her eyes, They were so soft and beautiful, and rife With all we can imagine of the skies, And pure as Psyche ere she grew a wife — Too pure even for the purest human ties ; Her overpowering...
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The language of the eye

Joseph Turnley - 1856
...influence of the eye. He says : — Bound her she made an atmosphere of life ; The very air seem'd lighter from her eyes — They were so soft and beautiful, and rife, With all we can imagine of the skies. When speaking of the " young star" Aurora Baby's eyes, he discovers a heavenly mindedness and a peering...
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The Poetical Works of Lord Byron: With Life

George Gordon Byron Baron Byron - Poetry - 1857 - 576 pages
...To offer his young pinion as her fan. Hound her she made an atmosphere of life, The very air seenrd lighter from her eyes, They were so soft and beautiful, and rife With all we can imagine of the skies, And pure as Psyche ere she grew a wife — Too pure even for the purest human ties ; Her overpowering...
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