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" Gone are the living, but the dead remain, And not neglected; for a hand unseen, Scattering its bounty, like a summer rain, Still keeps their graves and their remembrance green. How came they here? What burst of Christian hate, What persecution, merciless... "
The courtship of Miles Standish, and other poems - Page 152
by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow - 1858
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George Washington and the Jews

Fritz Hirschfeld - History - 2005 - 196 pages
...seaport town, Silent beside the never-silent waves, At rest in all this moving up and down ! . . . Gone are the living, but the dead remain, And not...rain, Still keeps their graves and their remembrance green.-1 Sephardic and Ashkenazi Jews together have caused the nation to rise again."2'-' And in closing,...
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Longfellow: A Rediscovered Life

Charles C. Calhoun - Biography & Autobiography - 2005 - 317 pages
...south-wind's breath, While underneath these leafy tents they keep The long, mysterious Exodus of Death How came they here? What burst of Christian hate,...desolate— These Ishmaels and Hagars of mankind? The narrator of the poem transforms the eighteenth-century genre of the graveyard elegy into something...
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The Wadsworth Anthology of Poetry

Jay Parini - Education - 2005 - 1712 pages
...grand dialect the Prophets spake. 25 Gone are the living, but the dead remain, And not neglected; fora what Death can join together. LIV That Light whose...things work and move, 480 That Benediction which the e 30 What persecution, merciless and blind, Drove o'er the sea — that desert desolate — These Ishmaels...
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New Under the Sun: Jewish Australians on Religion, Politics & Culture

Melanie Landau - Jews - 2006 - 384 pages
...Professor Lionel Fredman, reflecting on writing Australian Jewish history quoted from Henry Longfellow: Gone are the living, but the dead remain And not neglected;...Still keeps their graves and their remembrance green. He stressed that: 'It is the task of the Jewish historian, in Australia or in the United States, professional...
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Annual Meeting: Proceedings, Constitution, List of Active Members, and Addresses

American Institute of Instruction - 1886
...this fair seaport town, Silent beside the never-silent waves, At rest in all this moving up and down. Gone are the living, but the dead remain, And not...Still keeps their graves and their remembrance green." After allusion to other historic spots he said : These are not • all. Time, however, will not allow...
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The Christian Examiner, Volume 58

Unitarianism - 1855
...he stands by the graves of Hebrews, gathered from different countries in the same resting-place, " How came they here ? What burst of Christian hate,...desolate — These Ishmaels and Hagars of mankind ? " and find the answer in laws like these,* enacted against the descendants of a people by the followers...
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The Freemason's Repository, Volume 12

1883
...beds, the turf so soft and well cared for, the buds that bloomed above the dead, came to our lips : Gone are the living, but the dead remain And not neglected,...bounty, like a summer rain, Still keeps their graves and memory green. In the inclosure are two graves, so near each other that as you stand by one your shadow...
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The Young Woman's Journal, Volume 11

Mormons - 1900
...David now the silence break, No Rabbi reads the ancient Decalogue In the grand dialect the Prophetb spake. Gone are the living, but the dead remain, And...neglected; for a hand unseen, Scattering its bounty like a summer's rain Still keeps their graves and their remembrance green. How came they here? What burst...
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Canadian Methodist Magazine, Volume 28

Methodism - 1888
...shall cease." Closed are the portals of their Synagogue, No Psalms of David now the silence break, No Rabbi reads the ancient Decalogue, In the grand dialect the Prophets spoke. Gone are the living, but the dead remain, And not neglected : for a hand unseen, Scattering...
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