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" SWEET, thou hast trod on a heart. Pass ; there's a world full of men ; And women as fair as thou art Must do such things now and then. Thou only hast stepped unaware, — Malice, not one can impute ; And why should a heart have been there In the way of... "
The Missing Man - Page 180
by Mary R. Platt Hatch - 1922 - 308 pages
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The Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, Volume 57

John Holmes Agnew, Walter Hilliard Bidwell - 1862
...volume, " A False Step," shows her mastery of the latter : " Sweet, thou hast trod on a heart. Pass 1 there's a world full of men ; ' And women as fair as thou art Must do such things DOW and then. " Thou only hast stepped unaware — Malice, not one can impute ; And why should a heart...
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Church and State review, ed. by archdeacon Denison

George Anthony Denison - 1862
...the next poem, A False Step, is perfectly charming : — " Sweet, thou hast trod on a heart, Pause, there's a world full of men ; And women as fair as thou art Must do such things now and then." But the poet predicts some retributive regret in the future : — " Thou'lt sigh, very like, on thy...
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ELIZABETH BARRETT BROWNING'S POEMS

BROWNING - 1862
...with the sword Rather than such angels, Lord ! A FALSE STEP. SWEET, thou hast trod on a heart. Pass ! there's a world full of men ; And women as fair as thou art Must do such things now and then. ii. Thou only hast stepped unaware, — Malice, not one can impute ; And why should a heart have been...
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Macphail's Edinburgh ecclesiastical journal and literary review

1862
...the following is exquisite of its kind : — " FALSE STEP. " Sweet, thou hast trod on a heart. Pass ! there's a world full of men ; And women as fair as thou art Must do such things now and then. " Thou only hast stepped unaware, — Malice, not one can impute ; And why should a heart have been...
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Poems, Volume 4

1863
...such angels, Lord ! A FALSE STEP. SWEET, thou hast trod on a heart. Pass ! there's a world full of And women as fair as thou art Must do such things now and then. ' n. Thou only hast stepped unaware, — Malice, not one can impute ; And why should a heart have heen...
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Who is the heir?, Volume 2

1865
..., . .231 WHO IS THE HEIR? CHAPTER I. TREADING ON HEARTS. " Sweet, thou hast trod on a heart. Pass ! there's a world full of men ; And women as fair as thou art Must do such things now and then. Thou only hast stepped unaware — Malice not one can impute ; And why should a heart have been there...
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Clemency Franklyn, by the author of 'Janet's home' 2 vols, Volume 1

Annie Keary - 1866
...he would have considered wholly unattainable. CHAPTER IX. Sweet, thou hast trod on a heart. Pass ! there's a world full of men ; And women as fair as thou art Must do such tliiogs now and then. Thou only hast stepped unaware. Malice, not one can impute ; And why should a...
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Mosaics of Human Life

Quotations - 1866 - 305 pages
...pinned it with a siller pin! Auld Sang. THE WOUNDED HEART. O WEET, thou hast trod on a heart. Pass ! there's a world full of men ; And women as fair as thou art Must do such things now and then. Thou only hast stepped unaware, — Malice no one can impute; And why should a heart have been there,...
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The Poetical Works of Elizabeth Barrett Browning Complete in One Volume

Elizabeth Barrett Browning - 1870 - 533 pages
...your eyes and hate me Only me — fair May ! A FALSE STEP. SWEET, thou hast trod on a heart. Pass ! there's a world full of men ; And women as fair as thou art Must do such things now and then. Thou only hast stepped unaware, — Malice, not one can impute ; And why should a heart have been there...
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Poetical Works, Volume 4

Elizabeth Barrett Browning - 1872
...with the sword Rather than such angels, Lord 1 A FALSE STEP. SWEET, thou hast trod on a heart. Pass ; there's a world full of men ; And women as fair as thou art Must do such things now and then. Thou only hast stepped unaware, — Malice, not one can impute ; And why should a heart have been there...
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