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" And is there nothing yet unsaid Before the change appears? Remember, all their gifts have fled With those dissolving years!" Why, yes ; for memory would recall My fond paternal joys; I could not bear to leave them all; I'll take— my girl— and —... "
Southern Literary Messenger - Page 156
1858
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The Ashlar, Volume 3

Allyn Weston, Charles Scott - 1858
...find the wished for day ? " — Ah, truest soul of womankind! Without thee what were life ? One bliss I cannot leave behind : I'll take — my — precious...The man would be a boy again, And be a husband too 1 — "And is there nothing yet unsaid Before the change appears? Remember, all their gifts have fled...
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The Autocrat of the breakfast table

Oliver Wendell Holmes - American wit and humor - 1858 - 373 pages
...—Ah, truest sou! of womankind I Without thee, what were life ? ' One bliss I cannot leave behind: I'l! take — my — precious — wife ! —The angel took...The man would be a boy again, And be a husband too ! " — "And is there nothing yet unsaid Before the change appears ? Remember, all their gifts have...
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The autocrat of the breakfast-table (by O.W. Holmes).

Oliver Wendell Holmes - 1858 - 271 pages
...thee, what were life ? One bliss I cannot leave behind : I'll take — my — precious — wife I — The angel took a sapphire pen And wrote in rainbow...The man would be a boy again, And be a husband too ! " — "And is there nothing yet unsaid Before the change appears ? Remember, all their gifts have...
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The Knickerbocker: Or, New-York Monthly Magazine, Volume 51

Charles Fenno Hoffman, Timothy Flint, John Holmes Agnew, Lewis Gaylord Clark, Kinahan Cornwallis - Periodicals - 1858
...woman-kind ! Without thee, what were life ? JH.ni DrcaiiiB. One bliss I cannot leave behind : I '11 take — my — precious — wife ! ' The angel took...sapphire pen, And wrote in rainbow dew : ' The man would he a boy again, And be a husband too ! ' 1 'And is there nothing yet unsaid Before the change appears...
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Songs in Many Keys

Oliver Wendell Holmes - 1862 - 308 pages
...Ah, truest soul of womankind I Without thee, what were life ? One bliss I cannot leave behind : I '11 take — my — precious — wife ! — The angel...nothing yet unsaid Before the change appears ? Remember, all then* gifts have fled With those dissolving years ! " Why, yes ; for memory would recall My fond...
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Songs in Many Keys

Oliver Wendell Holmes - Literature, Modern - 1862 - 308 pages
...Ah, truest soul of womankind ! Without thee, what were life ? One bliss I cannot leave behind : I 'll take — my — precious — wife ! — The angel...The man would be a boy again, And be a husband too ! " — " And is there nothing yet unsaid Before the change appears ? Why, yes ; for memory would recall...
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The Poems of Oliver Wendell Holmes

American poetry - 1864 - 410 pages
...the wished-for day 1 " — Ah, truest soul of womankind ! Without thee, what were life ? One bliss I cannot leave behind : I'll take — my — precious — wife ! — The angel took a sapphire peu And wrote in rainbow dew, " The man would be a boy again, And be a husband too ! " — " And is...
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LESSONS IN ELOCUTION

ALLEN A. GRIFFITH - 1865
...find the wished-for day ?'" Ah, truest soul of womankind, Without thee, what were life ? One bliss I cannot leave behind : I'll take — my — precious...The man would be a boy again, And be a husband too 1" " And is there nothing yet unsaid Before the change appears ? . Remember, all their gifts have fled...
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Looking Toward Sunset: From Sources Old and New, Original and Selected

Lydia Maria Child - Old age - 1865 - 455 pages
...Ah, truest soul of womankind ! Without thee, what were life ? One bliss I cannot leave behind : I '11 take — my — precious — wife ! The angel took...The man would be a boy again, And be a husband too ! " " And is there nothing yet unsaid, Before the change appears ? Remember, all their gifts have fled...
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Looking Toward Sunset: From Sources Old and New, Original and Selected

Lydia Maria Child - Old age - 1865 - 455 pages
...thee, what were life ? One bliss I cannot leave behind : I 'll take — my — precious — wife l The angel took a sapphire pen And wrote in rainbow...The man would be a boy again, And be a husband too ! " " And is there nothing yet unsaid, Before the change appears ? Remember, all their gifts have fled...
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