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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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Nelson's literature readers, selected and annotated by R. Garnett

Richard Garnett - 1902
...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. HERRICK. 67. CHILDREN OF THE MIST. Ranald whistled very softly, and was answered in a tone equally...
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The music of Shakspere's time. The domestic life of Shakspere's time. The ...

Sidney Lanier - English poetry - 1902
...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 music there ! I pray you, give her air. Gentlemen, This queen will live : nature awakes ; a warmth...
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The Music Lovers' Treasury

Helen Philbrook Patten - English poetry - 1905 - 223 pages
...doe strew A baptisme 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. Robert Herrick. O MUSIC! SPHERE - DESCENDED MAID (From " The Passions ") O Music! sphere-descended...
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The English Poets: Selections with Critical Introductions by ..., Volume 2

Thomas Humphry Ward - English poetry - 1905
...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. OBERON'S FEAST. Shapcot ! to thee the Fairy State I with discretion dedicate : Because thou prizest...
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The Book of Elizabethan Verse

William Stanley Braithwaite - English poetry - 1907 - 823 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. R. Herrick ELIZABETHAN VERSE 407. Let Rhymes No More Disgrace M' USIC, some think, no music is Unless...
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The Pageant of English Poetry: Being 1150 Poems and Extracts by 300 Authors

English poetry - 1909 - 606 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. R. HERRICK. 452. TO DAFFODILS FAIR Daffodils, we weep to see You haste away so soon ; As yet the early-rising...
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Robert Herrick: A Biographical and Critical Study

Frederic William Moorman - 1910 - 343 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. In Herrick's Argument of his Book (1), prefixed to the Hesperides, the fair things of Nature and the...
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The Home Book of Verse: American and English, 1580-1918, Volume 2

American poetry - 1918 - 4009 pages
...day, do strew A baptism o'er the flowers. Melt, melt my pains With thy soft strains; That, having ease r Dixie! Albert Pike [1809-1891] MY MARYLAND THE despot's heel is on thy shore Robert Herrick [1591-1674] A MUSICAL INSTRUMENT WHAT was he doing, the great god Pan, Down in the reeds...
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The Laws of Verse

...ten for this. Further, the half-stanza : 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. (Herrick, To music..., part st. 3.) The verse-units, and the stanza-units, are the same however they...
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The Living Age ..., Volume 12; Volume 127

1875
...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. With such poems as these, and with the delicious songs of so many of Herrick's predecessors and compeers...
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