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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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The Poetical Works of Lord Byron: Reprinted from the Original Editions, with ...

George Gordon Byron Baron Byron - 1869 - 638 pages
...her fan. LXXIV. Round her she made an atmosphère of tie. The very air scem'd lighter from her e>a e earth, And expound the words of fear, Which mar our royal mirth.' Chaldea's s • This dress ¡s Moorish, and the bracelets a- J '».-• " in the manner descrilM:d. The reader...
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A Library of Poetry and Song: Being Choice Selections from the Best Poets

William Cullen Bryant - English poetry - 1871 - 789 pages
...scarce be told; Her orange-silk full Turkish trousers furled Above the prettiest ankle in the world. s once more Haply will throng the sweet visions of...to sleep, mother, — rock me to sleep ! * With And pure as Psyche ere she grew a wife, — Too pure even for the purest human ties ; Her overpowering...
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Encyclopaedia of English & American Poetry from Caedmon & King Alfred's ...

S.O. Beeton - 1873
...To offer his young pinion as her fan. Bound her she made an atmosphere of life ; The very air seem'd lighter And pure as Psyche ere she grow a wife — Too pure even for the purest human ties ; Her overpowering...
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The Poetical Works of Lord Byron, Volume 7

George Gordon Byron Baron Byron - 1873
...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 AVith all we can imagine of tlie skies, And pure as Psyche ere she grew a wife — Too pure even for...
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Don Juan. Complete ed., with notes

George Gordon N. Byron (6th baron.), Juan (don, fict.name.) - 1875
...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 ; TT overpowering...
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Lichens from an old abbey: historical reminiscences of the monastery of Paisley

Paisley abbey - 1876
...seas—while the Clugniensian monastery was rising on Walter's land. * See Appendix. THE LADY OF MOLLA. ROUND her she made an atmosphere of life; The very...beautiful and rife, With all we can imagine of the skies. . . . To look upon her sweet face, bred New thoughts of life, for it seemed full of soul; She had so...
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Chambers's Cyclopædia of English Literature: A History, Critical ..., Volume 2

Robert Chambers, Robert Carruthers - English literature - 1876
...sought to shun Their bonds whene'er some Zephyr caught began To offer his young pinion as her fan. Round her she made an atmosphere of life ; The very...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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Blue Blood, Or White May and Black June

Leon Dande - Slavery - 1877 - 822 pages
...into every word and action. Said Filette,— " How delightfully the dreaded supper hour passed. " ' Round her she made an atmosphere of life, The very...air seemed lighter from her eyes. They were so soft, so beautiful and rife With all we can imagine of the skies ! Her overpowering presence made you feel,...
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The poetical works of lord Byron

George Gordon N. Byron (6th baron.) - 1878
...his young pinion as her fan. LXX IV. Round her she made an atmosphere of life, The very air seem'd Lutheran diess Cees. Yes, thine own amidst the resL...Well done, old Babel ! [Th.e Guards defend themse And pure as Psyche ere she grew a wife—- Too pure even for the purest human tics; Her overpowering...
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Hallberger's Illustrated Magazine, Volume 1

1876
...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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