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" Then he stood up, and trod to dust Fear and desire, mistrust and trust, And dreams of bitter sleep and sweet, And bound for sandals on his feet Knowledge and patience of what must And what things may be, in the heat And cold of years that rot and rust... "
Sonia: Between Two Worlds - Page 393
by Stephen McKenna - 1917 - 465 pages
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Our Living Poets: An Essay in Criticism, Volume 1

Harry Buxton Forman - English poetry - 1871 - 512 pages
...lion-fashion, and leave apes To dock their stamp and dress their haunches up-' R. BEOWNISO. ' Then he stood np, and trod to dust Fear and desire, mistrust and trust, And dreams of hitter sleep and sweet, And bound for sandals on his feet Knowledge and patience of what must And what...
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The Canadian Monthly and National Review, Volume 12

Graeme Mercer Adam, George Stewart - Anthologies - 1878
...allegorical, are these lines — which may, or may not, contain a piece of personal spiritual history : Then he stood up, and trod to dust, Fear and desire, mistrust and trust, And dreams of bitter things and sweet ; And shod, for sandals on his feet, Patience, and knowledge of what must, And of...
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Songs Before Sunrise

Algernon Charles Swinburne - English Literature - 1880 - 287 pages
...rose-red and the blood-red leaf, Delight whose germ grew never grain, And passion dyed in its own pain. Then he stood up, and trod to dust Fear and desire,...wrought Of strength, and his cloak woven of thought. For what has he whose will sees clear To do with doubt and faith and fear, Swift hopes and slow despondencies...
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Songs Before Sunrise

Algernon Charles Swinburne - English poetry - 1899 - 287 pages
...rose-red and the blood-red leaf, Delight whose germ grew never grain, And passion dyed in its own pain. Then he stood up, and trod to dust Fear and desire,...mistrust and trust, And dreams of bitter sleep and sweef And bound for sandals on his feet Knowledge and patience of what must And what things may be,...
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Selected Poems

Algernon Charles Swinburne - 1905 - 379 pages
...rose-red and the blood-red leaf, Delight whose germ grew never grain, And passion dyed in its own pain. Then he stood up, and trod to dust Fear and desire,...wrought Of strength, and his cloak woven of thought. For what has he whose will sees clear To do with doubt and faith and fear, Swift hopes and slow despondencies...
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Ibsen

Edmund Gosse - Dramatists, Norwegian - 1907 - 244 pages
...prepared to receive it with faith and joy. The effect on Ibsen's character was sudden and it was final: Then he stood up, and trod to dust Fear and desire,...wrought Of strength, and his cloak woven of thought. We are not left to conjecture on the subject; in a document of extreme interest, which seems somehow...
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Henrik Ibsen

Edmund Gosse - 1907 - 244 pages
...prepared to receive it with faith and joy. The effect on Ibsen's character was sudden and it was final: Then he stood up, and trod to dust Fear and desire,...wrought Of strength, and his cloak woven of thought. We are not left to conjecture on the subject; in a document of extreme interest, which seems somehow...
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Companions of the Way: Being Selections for Morning and Evening Reading

Devotional calendars - 1908 - 745 pages
...looks on the open heaven. O1 22 Oct. 22 Oct. Evening Thou strengthenedst me with strength in my soul. THEN he stood up, and trod to dust • Fear and desire,...wrought Of strength, and his cloak woven of thought. For what has he, whose will sees clear, To do with doubt and faith and fear, Swift hopes, and slow...
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Twelve Centuries of English Poetry and Prose, Volume 2

Alice Ebba Andrews - English literature - 1910
...rose-red and the blood-red leaf, Delight whose germ grew never grain, And passion dyed in its own pain. 20 Then he stood up, and trod to dust Fear and desire,...wrought Of strength, and his cloak woven of thought. 30 For what has he whose will sees clear To do with doubt and faith and fear, Swift hopes and slow...
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Leading American Essayists

William Morton Payne - American essays - 1910 - 401 pages
...new note of virility. Forsaking the paths of dalliance, like the youth of the "Songs before Sunrise," "Then he stood up, and trod to dust Fear and desire,...wrought Of strength, and his cloak woven of thought." Of the influence of the Shaws in working this regeneration, Mr. Cary says: "The father and mother of...
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