Legends and Lyrics: A Book of Verses, Band 2

Bell and Daldy, 1861 - 510 Seiten

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Seite 25 - Seated one day at the organ. I was weary and ill at ease. And my fingers wandered idly Over the noisy keys. I know not what I was playing. Or what I was dreaming then : But I struck one chord of music Like the sound of a great Amen.
Seite 26 - It flooded the crimson twilight, Like the close of an Angel's Psalm, And it lay on my fevered spirit With a touch of infinite calm. It quieted pain and sorrow, Like love overcoming strife; It seemed the harmonious echo From our discordant life. It linked all perplexed meanings Into one perfect peace, And trembled away into silence As if it were loth to cease.
Seite 200 - Before thy throne, O Lord of heaven We kneel at close of day ; Look on thy children from on high, And hear us while we pray.
Seite 176 - DEAD. 5OTHING is our own : we hold our pleasures Just a little while, ere they are fled : One by one life robs us of our treasures ; Nothing is our own except our Dead.
Seite 179 - WILL not let you say a Woman's part Must be to give exclusive love alone ; Dearest, although I love you so, my heart Answers a thousand claims besides your own. I love — what do I not love ? earth and air Find space within my heart, and myriad things You would not deign to heed, are cherished there, And vibrate on its very inmost strings. I love the summer with her ebb and flow Of light, and warmth, and music that have nurst Her tender buds to blossoms . . . and you know It was in summer that I...
Seite 7 - But still our place is kept, and it will wait, Ready for us to fill it, soon or late. No star is ever lost we once have seen, We always may be what we might have been.
Seite 5 - Kind hearts are here ; yet would the tenderest one Have limits to its mercy : God has none. And man's forgiveness may be true and sweet, But yet he stoops to give it. More complete Is Love that lays forgiveness at thy feet, And pleads with thee to raise it. Only Heaven Means crowned, not vanquished, when it says
Seite 182 - LEGEND. ;HE fettered Spirits linger In purgatorial pain, With penal fires effacing Their last faint earthly stain, Which Life's imperfect sorrow Had tried to cleanse in vain. Yet, on each feast of Mary Their sorrow finds release, For the Great Archangel Michael Comes down and bids it cease ; And the name of these brief respites Is called
Seite 30 - OUD roared the Tempest, Fast fell the sleet ; A little Child Angel Passed down the street, With trailing pinions, And weary feet. The moon was hidden ; No stars were bright ; So she could not shelter In heaven that night, For the Angels
Seite 201 - Slowly the rays of daylight fade ; So fade within our heart The hopes in earthly love and joy, That one by one depart : Slowly the bright stars, one by one, Within the heavens shine, — Give us, O Lord, fresh hopes in heaven, And trust in things Divine.

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