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" With every thing beauteous that grows in the deep ; Each flower of the rock and each gem of the billow Shall sweeten thy bed and illumine thy sleep. Around thee shall glisten the loveliest amber That ever the sorrowing sea-bird has wept ; With many a... "
Lalla Rookh - Page 233
by Thomas Moore - 1895 - 273 pages
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An old scrap-book, with additions

History - 1891
...heart. Farewell ! be it ours to embellish thy pillow With everything beauteous that grows in the deep, Each flower of the rock and each gem of the billow...Shall sweeten thy bed and illumine thy sleep. Around Lhee shall glistan the loveliest amber That ever the sorrowing sea-bird has wept ; With many a shell,...
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Arcades & comus

J Milton - 1891 - 208 pages
...a concretion of birds' tears, a pretty superstition to which Moore alludes in The Fire Worshippers: "Around thee shall glisten the loveliest amber That ever the sorrowing sea-bird hath wept." A favourite epithet with Tennyson, connoting obviously very diverse degrees of yellow brilliancy....
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Milton's Arcades and Comus: With Introduction, Notes and Indexes

John Milton - 1891 - 208 pages
...a concretion of birds' tears, a pretty superstition to which Moore alludes in The Fire Worshippers: "Around thee shall glisten the loveliest amber That ever the sorrowing sea-bird hath wept." A favourite epithet with Tennyson, connoting obviously very diverse degrees of yellow brilliancy....
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Satirical Poems of the Time of the Reformation, Volume 18

Robert Sempill, Thomas Churchyard - Satire, Scottish - 1893
...concretion of birds' tears a fancy charmingly expressed by Moore in 'The Fire- Worshippers' "Around thee shall glisten the loveliest amber That ever the sorrowing sea-bird hath wept." 314. Anstruther. A seaport on the SE coast of Fife, rendered famous by Tennant's "Anster...
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BARDS AND BIRDS

FREDERICK NOEL PATON - 1894
...dancing feet, that gleam and shoot Rapid and white as sea-birds o'er the deep ! MOORE. From "LALLA ROOKH" AROUND thee shall glisten the loveliest amber That ever the sorrowing sea-bird has wept. 1 From "OFF SHORE" WHITE glories of wings As of seafaring birds That flock from the springs Of the...
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Memoirs of the International congress of anthropology

Charles Staniland Wake - Anthropology - 1894 - 357 pages
...of Meleagrides, who weep for their brother Meleager; said to be a concentration of birds' tears. " Around thee shall glisten the loveliest amber That ever the sorrowing sea-bird hath wept." * Set descriptions by George F. Kunz, American Journal ofScience, 3d series, Vol. XXVIII.,...
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Thomas Moore's complete poetical works

Thomas Moore - 1895 - 800 pages
...Farewell be it ours to embellish thy pillow With every thing beauteous that grows in the deep; Each flower of the rock and each gem of the billow Shall sweeten thy bed and illumine thy sleep. 2 " One of the greatest curiosities found in the Persian Gulf is a fish which the English call Starfish....
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Thomas Moore's complete poetical works

Thomas Moore - Poetry - 1895 - 800 pages
...Farewell be it ours to embellish thy pillow With every thing beauteous that grows in the deep; Each flower of the rock and each gem of the billow Shall sweeten thy lied and illumine thy sleep. 2 " One of the greatest curiosities found in the Persian (>ulf is a fish...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 279

Early English newspapers - 1895
...yet stranger origin is given to this fossil in the well-known couplet of the Fire-worshippers ' Around thee shall glisten the loveliest amber that ever the sorrowing sea-bird hath wept.' " An analytical tabulation of amber reads thus : Composition .... Carbon, hydrogen,...
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A thousand and one gems of English poetry

English poetry - 1896 - 633 pages
...Farewell be it ours to embellish thy pillow With everything beauteous that grows in the deep ; uch flower of the rock, and each gem of the billow, Shall...chamber, We, Peris of ocean, by moonlight have slept Well dire where the gardens of coral lie darkling, And plant all the rosiest stems at thy head; We'll seek...
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