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" All the many sounds of nature Borrowed sweetness from his singing; All the hearts of men were softened By the pathos of his music; For he sang of peace and freedom, Sang of beauty, love, and longing; Sang of death, and life undying In the Islands of the... "
The song of Hiawatha - Page 83
by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow - 1855
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Essays, Critical, Biographical, and Miscellaneous

Stephen Frederick Williams - Criticism - 1862 - 312 pages
...Sobbing, said, '0 Chibiabos, Teach me tones as melancholy, Teach me songs as full of sadness !' All the many sounds of nature Borrowed sweetness from...kingdom of Ponemah, In the land of the Hereafter." True, indeed, we say ; for we too have seen Nature glowing all a-fresh, and beaming out more beautiful...
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The British American Magazine, Volume 1

1863
...honoured the sweet singer, who " Now atirred their hearts to passion, And now melted them to pity. For he sang of peace and freedom, Sang of beauty,...death and life undying In the Islands of the blessed!" After all, it is in such perennial themes, forever springing out of the restless, longing, passionate,...
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Poems, Volume 2

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow - 1864
...Sobbing, said, " O Chibiabos, Teach me tones as melancholy, Teach me songs as full of sadness ^" All the many sounds of nature Borrowed sweetness from...Islands of the Blessed, In the kingdom of Ponemah, lu the land of the Hereafter. Vzry dear to Hiawatha Was the gentle Chibiabos, He the best of all musicians,...
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Poems, Volume 2

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow - 1864
...me songs as full of sadness ! " All the many sounds of nature Borrowed sweetness from his singing 5 All the hearts of men were softened By the pathos...kingdom of Ponemah, In the land of the Hereafter. Vary dear to Hiawatha Was the gentle Chibiabos, He the best of all musicians, He the sweetest of all...
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The poetical works of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. Complete ed

1865
...Sohhing, said, "O Chihiahos, Teach me tones as melancholy, Teach me songs as full of sadness ! " All the many sounds of nature Borrowed sweetness from...music ; For he sang of peace and freedom, Sang of heauty, love, and longing ; Sang of death, and life undying In the Islands of the Blessed, In the kingdom...
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The poetical works of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow - 1866 - 610 pages
...Sobbing, said, " O Chibiabos, Teach me tones as melancholy, Teach me songs as full of sadness! '' All the many sounds of nature Borrowed sweetness from...kingdom of Ponemah, In the land of the Hereafter. For his gentleness he loved him, And the magic of his singing. Dear, too, unto Hiawatha Was the very...
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The poetical works of H.W. Longfellow, illustr. by F. Gilbert

1868
...as melaneholy, Teaeh me songs as fnll of saduess!" All the many sonnds of natnre Borrowed sweetuess from his singing; All the hearts of men were softened By the pathos of his umsie ; For he sang of peaee, and freedom, Sang of heanty, love, and longing ; Sang of death, and life...
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The poetical works of Henry W. Longfellow, ed. with a critical memoir by W.M ...

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow - 1871
...Sobbing, said, "O Chibiabos, Teach me tones as melancholy, Teach me songs as full of sadness I " All the many sounds of nature Borrowed sweetness from...longing; Sang of death, and life undying In the Islands ljf the Blessed, In the kingdom of Ponemah, In the land of the Hereafter. Very dear to Hiawatha Was...
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The Poetical Works of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow - 1874 - 363 pages
...Sobbing, said, " O Chibiabos, Teach me tones as melancholy, Teach me songs as full of sadness ! " All the many sounds of nature Borrowed sweetness from his singing ; All the hearts of men were softened 154 HIAWATHA'S FRIENDS. By the pathos of his music ; For he sang of peace and freedom, Sang of beauty,...
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The Poetical Works of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow: Reprinted from the Revised ...

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow - 1877 - 584 pages
...Sobbing, said, "0 Chibiahos, Teach me tones as melancholy, Teach me songs as full of sa iness '. " All the many sounds of nature Borrowed sweetness from...pathos of his music ; For he sang of peace and freedom, i Sang of beauty, love, and longing ; 2C9 Sang of death, and life undying In the Islands of the Blessed,...
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