Scenery and Thought in Poetical Pictures of Various Landscape Scenes and Incidents

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H. Frowde, Oxford University Press Warehouse, 1880 - 288 pages
 

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Page ii - Ah me's my whining sonnets dressed. A libertine, fantastically I sing; My verse is the true image of my mind, Ever in motion, still desiring change. *" And as thus to variety inclined, So in all humors sportively I range; My muse is rightly of the English strain, That cannot long one fashion entertain.
Page 236 - Stone was pronounced from its cloven summit ; but its shadow seems to have been for 11fres a terror to the surrounding inhabitants whenever its dark column was observed hanging over the forest, on those summer days when to dwellers in the vale the sun seems to set behind it.

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