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" ... charms, thy form to deck, From sea, and earth, and air are torn; Roses bloom upon thy cheek, On thy breath their fragrance borne. Guard thy bosom from the day, Lest thy snows should melt away. But one charm remains behind, Which mute earth can ne'er... "
Joseph Dennie and His Circle: A Study in American Literature from 1792-1812 - Page 167
by Milton Ellis - 1915 - 285 pages
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The Port Folio

Philadelphia (Pa.) - 1813
...one charm remains behind, Which mute earth can ne'er impart: Nor in ocean wilt thou find, Nor in the circling air a heart. Fairest! would'st thou perfect be, Take, oh take that heart from me. Our limits constrain us to stop here, and lo refer those of our readers who may be desirous of perusing...
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The Port folio, by Oliver Oldschool

...one charm remains behind, Which mute earth can ne'er impart; Nor in ocean wilt thou find, Nor in the circling air a heart. Fairest! would'st thou perfect be, Take, oh take that heart from me. Our limits constrain us to stop here, and to refer those of our readers who may be desirous of perusing...
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Poems

John K. Shaw, John Elihu Hall - 1810 - 252 pages
...one charm remains behind, Which mute earth can ne'er impart; Nor in ocean wilt thou find, Nor in the circling air a heart. Fairest! would'st thou perfect be, Take, oh take that heart from me» SONNET. FROM THE SPANISH OF LOPE DE VEOO CAHPIO. ' O dulces prendas, por mi mal hallado.' YE blissful...
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American Melodies: Containing a Single Selection from the Productions of Two ...

American ballads and songs - 1841 - 286 pages
...one charm remains behind, Which mute earth can ne'er impart ; Nor in ocean wilt thou find, Nor in the circling air a heart. Fairest ! wouldst thou perfect be, Take, oh take that heart from ma. THE WINGED WORSHIPPERS. BY CHARLES SPRAOtTE. GAY, guiltless pair, What seek ye from the fields...
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The Poetical Keepsake: Consisting of the Sweetest Poems

English poetry - 1866 - 480 pages
...charm remains behind, Which mute earth could ne'er impart j Nor in ocean wilt thou find, „ Nor in the circling air, a heart : Fairest, wouldst thou perfect be, Take, oh take that heart from me. THE FALSE MAIDEN. OH, wert thou hail'd the sole queen Of all that greets the day-star's view, And brighter...
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The Book of rubies: a collection of the most notable love-poems in the ...

Thomas Dunn English - Poetry - 1866 - 384 pages
...charm remains behind, Which mute earth could ne'er impart; Nor in ocean wilt thou find, Nor in the circling air, a heart: Fairest, wouldst thou perfect be, Take, oh take that heart from me. mas ifloore. [BoRN 1780. DIED 1852.] " COME, REST IN THIS BOSOM." OME, rest in this bosom, my own stricken...
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Poetic Pearls: With Notes and Illustrations

Richard Rhodes - English poetry - 1887 - 407 pages
...charm remains behind, Which mute earth could ne'er impart; Nor in ocean wilt thou find, Nor in the circling air, a heart: Fairest, wouldst thou perfect be, Take, oh take that heart from me. A PORTRAIT. Two eyes I see whose sunny blue Rivals the summer skies ; Two lips whose ripe and cherry...
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A Library of American Literature...

Stedman, Edmund C. and Hutchinson Ellen M. - 1888
...one charm remains behind, Which mute earth can ne'er impart; Nor in ocean wilt thou find, Nor in the circling air, a heart, Fairest! wouldst thou perfect be, Take, oh take that heart from me. BORN in Charlestown, Mass., 1778. DIED there, 184L PETEE RUGQ, THE MISSINO MAN. [Originally Contributed...
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The Philadelphia Magazines and Their Contributors, 1741-1850

Albert Henry Smyth - Press - 1892 - 264 pages
...one charm remains behind, Which mute earth can ne'er impart ; Nor in ocean wilt thou find, Nor in the circling air, a heart. Fairest ! wouldst thou perfect be, Take, oh take that heart from me. All his offerings to the Port Folio were signed " Ithacus." His poems were collected and published...
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The Philadelphia Magazines and Their Contributors, 1741-1850

Albert Henry Smyth - Press - 1892 - 264 pages
...one charm remains behind, Which mute earth can ne'er impart ; Nor in ocean wilt thou find, Nor in the circling air, a heart. Fairest ! wouldst thou perfect be, Take, oh take that heart from me. All his offerings to the Port Folio were signed " Ithacus." His poems were collected and published...
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