Reymond: A Drama of the American Revolution

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G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1886 - United States - 101 pages
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Page 88 - Awayrfrom dark rumors untrue; And left her poor laddie alone, love, Without one last kiss or adieu. My life and my life's guiding star, love, My heaven, my hope are in thee. A demon said thou wert afar, love, A stranger[forever to me. How sunless and cold was my sky, love, By tempest clouds dismally...
Page 49 - О could my heart her secret tell Wouldst thou believe me treacherous to thee ? Hapless I brood and weep From morn to eve, from eve to weary morn; No kindred soul, no blessed rest in sleep; I grieve my life away, unseen, folorn. Where shall I sleep at last To wake no more! no more to bear and know The burden of a sorrow never past! Sorrow of sorrows in a place of woe! There let me sleep where love. Which I find not in life, may seek my tomb And plant her fairest emblem flowers above, 1 The sweet...
Page 49 - I lind not in life, may seek my tomb And plant her fairest emblem flowers above, The sweet memorials of affection's doom. For I have loved and dreamed That heaven's bliss might dwell on earth. How dear The cherished hope! how bright the illusion seemed' But those are gone; reality is here.
Page 100 - I cherished was lost. But skies that were gloomy are clear, love, And hope's living beams ever shine. I know by each tale-bearing tear, love, The heart in your bosom is mine.
Page 101 - ... more upon your gentle breast. The day breaks fair, the sun shines bright, No fear our faith bedimming: Eyes radiant with love's own light In tears of joy are swimming. Ring! ring! The bridal plight is done When two are joined forever; The golden chain that makes them one Can death alone dissever. Two hearts in magic union set, Still close and closer clinging; Upon two souls more clearly yet The marriage peals are ringing. And each loved one of all our band. A sister or a brother, Whate'er betide,...
Page 100 - Findjove once more upon your gentle breast. The day breaks fair, the sun shines bright, No fear our faith bedimming: Eyes radiant with love's own light In tears of joy are swimming. Ring! ring! The bridal plight is done When two are joined forever; The golden chain that makes them one Can death alone dissever. Two hearts in magic union set, Still close and closer clinging; Upon two souls more clearly yet The marriage peals are ringing.
Page 50 - Thy mate'is'not; thou hast a bitter part, To love forever, but to love alone. Come back, come back to me! For thou art but a sacrifice to hate. О gracious
Page 89 - ... or adieu. My life and my life's guiding star, love, My heaven, my hope are in thee. A demon said thou wert afar, love, A stranger[forever to me. How sunless and cold was my sky, love, By tempest clouds dismally crossed; How stricken and cheerless was I, love, When all that I cherished was lost. But skies that were gloomy are clear, love, And hope's living beams ever shine. I know by each tale-bearing tear, love, The heart in your bosom is mine.

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