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" ... weep My pains asleep ; And give me such reposes That I, poor I, May think thereby I live and die 'Mongst roses. Fall on me like a silent dew, Or like those maiden showers Which, by the peep of day, do strew A baptism o'er the flowers. Melt, melt my... "
Hesperides: or, The works both humane and divine of Robert Herrick - Page 126
by Robert Herrick, Samuel Weller Singer - 1846
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Lyrical Verse from Elizabeth to Victoria: Selected and Edited with Notes and ...

Oswald Crawfurd - 1896 - 449 pages
...do strew A baptism o'er the flowers. Melt, melt my pains, With thy soft strains ; That having ease me given, With full delight, I leave this light, And take my flight CXII. A GIFT WITHHELD. WHEN God at first made Man, Having a glass of blessings standing by; Let us...
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The Age of Milton

John Howard Bertram Masterman - English literature - 1897 - 254 pages
...do strew A baptism o'er the flowers ; Melt, melt my pains With thy soft strains, That, having ease me given, With full delight I leave this light, And take my flight For heaven.' / The epicurean Herrick, by nature a poet, and only by I accident a parson, stands in strong con- <--...
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English Lyrics: Chaucer to Poe, 1340-1809

William Ernest Henley - English poetry - 1897 - 412 pages
...do strew A baptism o'er the flowers ! Melt, melt my pains With thy soft strains, That, having ease me given, With full delight I leave this light, And take my flight For heaven ! Robert Herrick. 2O9 TO THE ROSE: A SONG GO, happy Rose, and, interwove With other flowers, bind my...
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The Hesperides & Noble numbers, Volume 1

Robert Herrick - History - 1898 - 420 pages
...do strew A baptism o'er the flowers. Melt, melt my pains With thy soft strains ; That, having ease me given, With full delight I leave this light, And take my flight For heaven. 228. UPON A GENTLEWOMAN WITH A SWEET VOICE. So long you did not sing or touch your lute, We knew 'twas...
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The Citizen, Volumes 1-2

University extension - 1895
...doe strew A Baptime o'er the flowers. Melt, melt my paines, With thy soft straines; That having ease me given, With full delight, I leave this light, And take my flight For Heaven. I pass the many lyric outbursts, such as ' The Mad Maid's Song,' with its inevitable recall of ' Ophelia...
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British Anthologies, Volume 6

Edward Arber - English poetry - 1899
...day, do strew A baptism o'er the flowers! Melt, melt my pains With thy soft strains! That, having ease me given, With full delight, I leave this light, And take my flight For Heaven! KISSING USURY. BIANCHA! let Me pay the debt I owe thee, for a kiss, Thou lend'st to me; And I to thee...
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The Book of the Future Life

Pauline W. Roose, David C. Roose - 1900
...day, do strew A baptime o'er the flowers. Melt, melt my pains With thy soft strains, That, having ease me given, With full delight I leave this light, And take my flight For heaven." If the English are not a musical race, they have at least written diviner strains on music than probably...
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Poems of Robert Herrick: a selection from Hesperides and Noble numbers

Robert Herrick - 1900 - 227 pages
...day, do strew A baptism o'er the flowers. Melt, melt my pains With thy soft strains; That, having ease me given, With full delight I leave this light, And take my flight For heaven. 73 94 TO THE ROSE: A SONG Go, happy rose, and interwove With other flowers, bind my love. Tell her,...
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The Fireside Encyclopedia of Poetry: Comprising the Best Poems of the Most ...

American poetry - 1901 - 1027 pages
...da'y, do strew A baptism o'er the flowers. Melt, melt my pains, With thy soft strains, That having ease rmur, not 1 A groan o'er his untimely lot i A little talk of better days, A ROBERT HKKHICK. THE LAST LEAF. I SAW him once before, As he pass'd by the door ; The pavement-stoned...
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The Oxford Book of English Verse, 1250-1900

Sir Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch - English poetry - 1901 - 1084 pages
...day, do strew A baptim o'er the flowers. Melt, melt my pains With thy soft strains; That, having ease me given, With full delight I leave this light, And take my flight For Heaven. 264. To Dianeme C WEET, be not proud of those two eyes ^ Which starlike sparkle in their sides; Nor...
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