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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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For thee alone: poems of love

Love poetry - 1899 - 284 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. — J. Shaw. HE NEVER SAID HE LOVED ME. HE never said he loved me ; Nor hymned my beauty's praise ;...
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An American anthology, 1787-1900: selections illustrating the editor's ...

Edmund Clarence Stedman - American poetry - 1900 - 878 pages
...charm remains behind, Which mute ciirtli can ne'er impart; • Kor in uri-an wilt thou i'md, Kor in the circling air, a heart. Fairest ! wouldst thou perfect be, Take, oh take that heart from me. SLEIGHING SONG WHEN calm is the night, and the stars shine bright, The sleigh glides smooth and cheerily;...
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American Familiar Verse: Vers de Société

Brander Matthews - American poetry - 1904 - 308 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. 59 CLEMENT CLARKE MOORE 1779-1863 A VISIT FROM ST. NICHOLAS ' HP* WAS the night before Christmas, when...
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Southern Writers: Selections in Prose and Verse

William Peterfield Trent - American literature - 1905 - 524 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. FRANCIS SCOTT KEY [FRANCIS SCOTT KEY, of a distinguished Maryland family, was born in Frederick County,...
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A Vers de Société Anthology

American poetry - 1907 - 357 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. John Shaw. THE TIME I'VE LOST IN WOOING THE time I've lost in wooing, In watching and pursuing The light...
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Library of Southern Literature: Miscellanae

Edwin Anderson Alderman, Joel Chandler Harris, Charles William Kent, Charles Alphonso Smith, Lucian Lamar Knight - American literature - 1910
...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. SONG OF THE TEXAS RANGERS Air: The Yellow Rote of Texas [This song has been widely circulated through...
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Library of Southern Literature: Miscellanæ

Edwin Anderson Alderman, Joel Chandler Harris, Charles William Kent - American literature - 1910
...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. SONG OF THE TEXAS RANGERS Air: The Yellow Rose of Texas [This song has been widely circulated through...
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Poems of love, pt. 1

Poetry - 1912
...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. John Shaw [155g-1625] CHLOE IT was the charming month of May, When all the flowers were fresh and gay; One...
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American Lyrics

American poetry - 1912 - 559 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. THE LITTLE BEACH-BIRD BY RICHARD HENRY DANA THOU little bird, thou dweller by the sea, Why takest thou...
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The Home Book of Verse, American and English, 1580-1918, Volume 1

American poetry - 1918 - 4009 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. John Shav [i559-i6*sl CHLOE IT was the charming month of May, When all the flowers were fresh and gay; One...
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