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" NEVER THE TIME AND THE PLACE. NEVER the time and the place And the loved one all together! This path — how soft to pace! This May — what magic weather! Where is the loved one's face ? In a dream that loved one's face meets mine, But the house is narrow,... "
Jocoseria - Page 133
by Robert Browning - 1883 - 143 pages
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Jocoseria

Robert Browning - English poetry - 1883 - 143 pages
...years ago : It fell and fell and still without a stop Keeps falling, nor has reached the bottom yet." NEVER THE TIME AND THE PLACE. NEVER THE TIME AND THE PLACE. NEVER the time and the place And the loved one all together ! This path — how soft to pace ! This...
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Jocoseria

Robert Browning - English poetry - 1883 - 143 pages
...still without a stop Keeps falling, nor has reached the bottom yet. " NEVER THE TIME AND THE PLACE. NEVER THE TIME AND THE PLACE. NEVER the time and the place And the loved one all together ! This path — how soft to pace ! This May — what magic weather !...
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Pomegranates from an English Garden: A Selection from the Poems of Robert ...

Robert Browning - English poetry - 1885 - 137 pages
...memory with it — charging him to keep it fresh by repetition till it had been duly delivered. 42 NEVER THE TIME AND THE PLACE. NEVER the time and the place And the loved one all together ! This path — how soft to pace ! This May — what magic weather !...
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Pomegranates from an English Garden: A Selection from the Poems of Robert ...

Robert Browning - English poetry - 1885 - 137 pages
...his memory with it — charging him to keep it fresh by repetition till it had been duly delivered. NEVER THE TIME AND THE PLACE. NEVER the time and the place And the loved one all together ! This path — how soft to pace ! This May — what magic weather !...
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Modern Idols: Studies in Biography and Criticism

William Henry Thorne - English literature - 1886 - 179 pages
...the highest, saddest, sweetest sort, one may hunt long and not find anything to equal Browning's " NEVER THE TIME AND THE PLACE.* " Never the time and the place And the loved one altogether ! This path — how soft to pace ! This May — what magic weather ! Where...
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Robert Browning's Poetical Works: Dramatic idyls (First and second series ...

Robert Browning - 1889
...years ago : It fell and fell and still without a stop Keeps falling, nor has reached the bottom yet.' NEVER THE TIME AND THE PLACE. NEVER the time and the place And the loved one all together I This path — how soft to pace ! This May — what magic weather ! Where is the loved one's face?...
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The Poetical Works of Robert Browning, Volume 15

Robert Browning - 1889
...years ago : It fell and fell and still without a stop Keeps falling, nor has reached the bottom yet.' NEVER THE TIME AND THE PLACE. NEVER the time and the place And the loved one all together I This path— how soft to pace ! This May — what magic weather ! Where is the loved one's face?...
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Pocket Volume of Selections from the Poetical Works of Robert Browning

Robert Browning - 1890 - 319 pages
...where light, where light is, aspiring Thither I rise, whilst thou — Zeus, keep the godship and sink ! NEVER THE TIME AND THE PLACE. NEVER the time and the place And the loved one all together ! This path — how soft to pace ! This May — what magic weather !...
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From the Ring and the book and later poems

Robert Browning - 1890
...Skyblue and Spring! Body hides — where? Ferns of all feather, Mosses and heather Yours be the care! NEVER THE TIME AND THE PLACE. NEVER the time and the place And the loved one all together! This path — how soft to pace! This May- — what magic weather! Where...
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English Poetry: From Tennyson to Whitman

English poetry - 1896 - 1422 pages
...thy hand ! Perfect the cup as planned ! Let age approve of youth and death complete the same ! d/p NEVER THE TIME AND THE PLACE NEVER the time and the place And the loved one all together ! This path — how soft to pace ! This May — what magic weather !...
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