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" Cave to thy growth, thee to this height to raise, And now dost laugh and triumph on this bough, Little think'st thou That it will freeze anon, and that I shall To-morrow find thee fall'n, or not at all. Little think'st thou (poor heart, "
The Works of the British Poets, with Lives of the Authors - Page 138
1819
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Bell's Edition, Volumes 23-24

John Bell - English poetry - 1799
...birth, and seen what every hour Gave to thy growth, thce to this heighth to raise» And now dost faugh and triumph on this bough; Little think'st thou That it will freeze anon, and that I shall To-morrow und tliee fall'n, or nut at all. Little think'st thou, (poor heart ! That l.ibourest yet to nestle...
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Lectures on the English comic writers: Delivered at the Surrey Institution ....

William Hazlitt - English literature - 1819 - 343 pages
...poor flow'r, Whom I have watched six or seren days, And seen thy birth, and seen what every hour Gare to thy growth, thee to this height to raise, And now...shall To-morrow find thee fall'n, or not at all." This simple and delicate description is only intron duced as a foundation for an elaborate metaphysical...
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The Edinburgh Magazine and Literary Miscellany, Volume 83

English literature - 1819
...poor flower, Whom 1 have watch'd six or seven days, And seen thy birth, and teen what every hour, Gave to thy growth, thee to this height to raise, And now...freeze anon, and that I shall To-morrow find thee fall'n,—or not at all !" " Suckling is also ranked, without sufficient warrant, among the metaphysical...
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Palmaris; or, The merchant of Genoa, by the author of Tales of an Arctic voyager

Robert Pierce Gillies - 1839
...encrease his melancholy or diminish his exertions. CHAPTER III. Little thinkcit tliou, poor flower. That now dost laugh and triumph on this bough, Little think'st...will freeze anon, and that I shall Tomorrow find thee gone, or not at all I Dr. Donne. THE sun was sinking below the horizon ^s Palmario stood upon the summit...
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The Museum of Foreign Literature, Science, and Art, Volume 4

Eliakim Littell - 1824
...flower,— Whom I have watched six or seven days, And seen thy birth, and seen what every hour Gave to thy growth, thee to this height to raise, And now dost laugh and triumph on this bough, — Little thinkest thou That it will freeze anon, and that I shall To-morrow find thce fallen, or not at all."...
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Lectures on the English comic writers

William Hazlitt - English literature - 1845 - 222 pages
...poor flow'r, Whom I have watched six or seven days, And seen thy birth, and seen what every hour Gave to thy growth, thee to this height to raise, And now...shall To-morrow find thee fall'n, or not at all." This simple and delicate description is only introduced as a foundation for an elaborate metaphysical...
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Lectures on the English Comic Writers

William Hazlitt - English literature - 1845 - 222 pages
...poor flow'r, Whom I have watched six or seven days, And seen thy birth, and seen what every hour Gave to thy growth, thee to this height to raise, And now...shall To-morrow find thee fall'n, or not at all." This simple and delicate description is only introduced as a foundation for an elaborate metaphysical...
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Lectures on the English Comic Writers

William Hazlitt - English literature - 1845 - 222 pages
...poor flow'r, Whom I have watched six or seven days, And seen thy birth, and seen what every hour Gave to thy growth, thee to this height to raise, And now...laugh and triumph on this bough, Little think'st thou I That it will freeze anon, and that I shall To-morrow find thee fall'n, or not at all." This simple...
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Netley hall; or, The wife's sister

William Davy Watson - 1860
...what every hour Gave to thy growth, thee to this height to raise, Who now dost laugh, and triumph ou this bough— Little think'st thou, That it will freeze anon, and that I shall To-morrow find thee fallen, or not at all. DONNE. JAMES FENTON was Mr. Lacy's head gamekeeper; for though that gentleman...
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Lectures on the English Poets, and the English Comic Writers

William Hazlitt - English drama (Comedy) - 1876 - 232 pages
...poor flow'r, Whom I have watched six or seven days, And seen thy birth, and seen what every hour Gave to thy growth, thee to this height to raise, And now...shall To-morrow find thee fall'n, or not at all." This simple and delicate description is only introduced as a foundation for an elaborate metaphysical...
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