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Page 52 - a combination and a form indeed ! where every god did seem to set his seal, and give the world
Page 100 - Men have died from time to time, and worms have eaten them, but not for love.
Page 179 - forty thousand brothers could not, with all their quantity of love, make up ray sum.
Page 191 - madness ; my pulse as yours doth temperately keep time, and makes as healthful music ; but
Page 130 - some dream that they can silence, when they will, the storm of passion, and say peace be still;
Page 200 - mint; As the dash of the billows sparkling play, Shews where the rough rock lies ; So the lines of the human face betray Each pang which the spirit tries. The harder the contest, the firmer the oak . The wider the waste,
Page 200 - The storm may hush, and the lightning stay, And the sea become serene, But the early morn's returning ray Shews where that storm has been ; And there lies a wreck on the breakers
Page 200 - has past. And the storm of the mind is full as strong, It leaves as deep a print; It characters the face as it moves along, And stamps it in