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" And my heart is at ease from men, and the wearisome sound of the stroke Of the scythe of time and the trowel of trade is low, And belief overmasters doubt, and I know that I know, And my spirit is grown to a lordly great compass within... "
John Bannister Tabb: the priest-poet - Page 83
by M. S. Pine - 1915 - 153 pages
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Selections from the Southern Poets

William Lander Weber - American literature - 1903 - 221 pages
...noon-day sun of the June-day long did shine Ye held me fast in your heart and I held you fast in mine ; 20 But now when the noon is no more, and riot is rest,...seem Like a lane into heaven that leads from a dream, — Ay, now, when my soul all day hath drunken the soul of the oak, And my heart is at ease from men,...
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Aus dem deutschen dichterwald

James Hardy Dillard - German poetry - 1903 - 206 pages
...e. oν leaiy branches, which had hidden the landscape from his view. Cf. Lanier, as on p. 138 : *' And the slant yellow beam down the wood-aisle doth...Like a lane into heaven that leads from a dream." 6. enbigt... Me Welt: cf. the lines 9, 1o, p. 25. 7. abfliir3t: for the meaning cf. ftiir3t, p. 57,...
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The Jones Fifth Reader

Lewis Henry Jones - Readers - 1903 - 496 pages
...the sun is a-wait at the ponderous gate of the West, And the slant yellow beam down the wood aisle doth seem Like a lane into heaven that leads from a dream, — Aye, now, when my soul all day hath drunken the soul of the oak, 15 And my heart is at ease from...
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The Jones First [-fifth] Reader, Volume 5

Lewis Henry Jones - Readers - 1903 - 496 pages
...the sun is a-wait at the ponderous gate of the West, And the slant yellow beam down the wood aisle doth seem Like a lane into heaven that leads from a dream, — Aye, now, when my soul all day hath drunken the soul of the oak, 15 And my heart is at ease from...
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The Jones Readers by Grades: Book one-[eight], Book 7

Lewis Henry Jones - Readers - 1904
...the sun is a-wait at the ponderous gate of the West, And the slant yellow beam down the wood aisle doth seem Like a lane into heaven that leads from a dream, — Aye, now, when my soul all day hath drunken the soul of the oak, 15 And my heart is at ease from...
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Jones readers by grades, Book 7

1904
...the sun is a-wait at the ponderous gate of the West, And the slant yellow beam down the wood aisle doth seem Like a lane into heaven that leads from a dream, — Aye, now, when my soul all day hath drunken the soul of the oak, i5 And my heart is at ease from...
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Southern Writers: Selections in Prose and Verse

William Peterfield Trent - American literature - 1905 - 524 pages
...braided dusks of the oak and woven shades of the vine, While the riotous noon-day sun of the June-day long did shine Ye held me fast in your heart and I...seem Like a lane into heaven that leads from a dream, — Ay, now, when my soul all day hath drunken the soul of the oak And my heart is at ease from men,...
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THE CHIEF AMERICAN POETS

CURTIS HIDDE PAGE - 1905
...marshes of Glynn County, Georgia, immediately around the sea-coast city of Brunswick. 1 Mr*. 1.ЛМЫ1.) But now when the noon is no more, and riot is rest,...seem Like a lane into heaven that leads from a dream, — Ay, now, when my soul all day hath drunken the soul of the oak, And my heart is at ease from men,...
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Sidney Lanier

Edwin Mims - American poetry - 1905 - 386 pages
...a lordly great compass within, — he is ready for what Wordsworth calls a " god-like hour : " — But now when the noon is no more, and riot is rest,...seem Like a lane into heaven that leads from a dream, — Ay, now, when my soul all day hath drunken the soul of the oak And my heart is at ease from men,...
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The chief American poets: selected poems by Bryant, Poe, Emerson, Longfellow ...

Curtis Hidden Page - American literature - 1905 - 713 pages
...series of six ' Marsh Hymns ' that were designed by the author to form a separate volume. <Mr. LASB».) But now when the noon is 'no more, and riot is rest,...doth seem Like a lane into heaven that leads from t dream, — Ay, now, when my soul all day hath drunken the soul of the oak, And my heart is at ease...
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