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" The happiest lot from life they bring, The young whom death takes in the spring. " Ev'n as the rose drops from the spray, So youth from life doth fall away. " Those who die ere this week is flown, All with fresh flowers shall be strown ; "And from those... "
Ballads and songs of Brittany, by T. Taylor, tr. from the 'Barsaz [sic ... - Page 165
edited by - 1865 - 239 pages
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The casquet of literature, a selection in poetry and prose, ed. with notes ...

Charles Gibbon - 1874
...eyelids closed upon the eyes. Just then beyond the courtyard pale Was heard to sing the nightingale : "The happiest lot from life they bring, The young whom death takes in the spring. ' Happy the young whose biers are strown With spring-flowers, fair and freshly blown." of which he...
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A Child of the Menhir: A Novel, Volume 1

Austin Clare - 1882
...and hid herself among the bushes in a passion of weeping. But the nightingale sang on overhead :— The happiest lot from life they bring, The young whom death takes in the spring." And the girl, who was so young and so fair, flung herself on the grass and sobbed : " Oh, God ! that...
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The Library of Choice Literature and Encyclopędia of Universal Authorship ...

Ainsworth Rand Spofford, Charles Gibbon - Literature - 1893
...eyelids closed upon the eves. Just then beyond the courtyard pale Was heard to sing the nightingale : "The happiest lot from life they bring, The young whom death takes in the spring. " Happy the young whose biers are etrown With spring-flowers, fair and freshly blown. " THE COUNTRY...
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The Library of Choice Literature and Encyclopedia of Universal ..., Volume 8

Ainsworth Rand Spofford - Literature - 1894
...nightingale sweetly sing: "The month of May is pasting e'en now, And with it the blossom' on the bough. ''The happiest lot from life they bring, The young...fall away. " Those who die ere this week is flown, A» with fresh flowers »hall be strewn ; "And from those flowers nhr.ll soar heaven-high. As from...
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