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" Burns with her step, yet man regards it not. She whispers round, her words are in the air, But lost, unheard, they linger freezing there,* Without one breath of soul, divinely strong, One ray of mind to thaw them into song. "
Joseph Dennie: Editor of "The Port Folio" and Author of "The Lay Preacher". - Page 40
by William Warland Clapp - 1880 - 41 pages
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Epistles, odes, and other poems

Thomas Moore - 1806
...breath of soul, divinely strong, One ray of heart to thaw them into song ! Yet, yet forgive me, oh you sacred few ! Whom late by Delaware's green banks I knew ; Whom, known and lov'd through many a social eve, 'Twas bliss to live with and 'twas pain to leave2 ! 8 In the society...
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Epistles, Odes, and Other Poems

Thomas Moore - English poetry - 1806 - 341 pages
...soul, divindy strong, One ray of heart to thaw them into song ! Yet, yet forgive me, oh you sacked few ! Whom late by Delaware's green banks I knew ; Whom, known and lov'd through many a social eve, 'Twas bliss to live with and 'twas pain to leave2 ! 3 In the society...
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The works of Thomas Moore, comprehending all his melodies, ballads ..., Volume 2

Thomas Moore - 1823
...breath of soul, divinely strong, One ray of heart to thaw them into song! Yet, yet forgive me, oh you sacred few ! Whom late by Delaware's green banks I...; Whom, known and loved through many a social eve, 'Twas bliss to live with, and 'twas pain to leave I * Less dearly welcome were the lines of yore The...
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The Works of Thomas Moore: Epistles, odes, and other poems

Thomas Moore - 1823
...breath of soul, divinely strong, One ray of heart to thaw them into song ! Yet, yet forgive me, oh you sacred few ! Whom late by Delaware's green banks I...; Whom, known and loved through many a social eve, 'Twas bliss to live with, and 'twas pain to leave !* Less dearly welcome were the lines of yore The...
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The Philadelphia souvenir: a collection of fugitive pieces from the ...

John Elihu Hall - American literature - 1826 - 212 pages
...of ' Mr. Dennie and his friends,' which he found in Philadelphia, about twenty years ago: ' Oh, you sacred few, Whom late by Delaware's green banks I...; Whom, known and loved through many a social eve, 'Twas bliss to live with and 'twas pain to leave ! Less dearly welcome were the lines of lore The exile...
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The poetical works of Thomas Moore

Thomas Moore - 1827
...breath of soul, divinely strong, One ray of he-art to thaw them into song! Yet, yet forgive me, oh you sacred few! Whom late by Delaware's green banks I...knew; Whom, known and loved through many a social eve, Т was bliss to live with, and 'twas pain to leave! ' Less dearly wdeome were the lines of yore The...
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The poetical works of Thomas Moore

Thomas Moore - Fore-edge painting - 1829 - 407 pages
...to thaw them into soug! Yet, yet forgive me, oh you sacred Pew! Whom late hy Delaware's green hanks I knew; Whom, known and loved through many a social...was bliss to live with, and *t was pain to leave!' Less dearly welcome were the lines of yore The exile saw upon the sandy shore, When his lone heart...
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The Poetical Works of Thomas Moore Including His Melodies, Ballads, Etc ...

Thomas Moore, J. W. Lake - 1829 - 408 pages
...breath of soul, divinely strong, One ray of heart to thaw them into song ! YL-I, yet forgive me, oh you sacred few! Whom late by Delaware's green banks I...and loved through many a social eve, 'T was bliss to Uve with, and Ч was pain to leave!' I^ess dearly welcome were the lines of yore The exile saw upon...
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The Poetical Works of Thomas Moore, Including Melodies, Ballads, Etc

Thomas Moore - 1835 - 419 pages
...breath of soul, divinely strong, One ray of heart to thaw them into song ! Yet, yet forgive me, oh, you sacred few ! Whom late by Delaware's green banks I knew , Whom, known and lov'd through many a social eve, 'Twas bliss to live with, and 'twas pain to leave !' Less dearly welcome...
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The Poetical Works of Thomas Moore: Juvenile poems ; Poems relating to America

Thomas Moore - 1840
...one breath of soul, divinely strong, One ray of mind to thaw them into song. Yet, yet forgive me, oh ye sacred few, Whom late by Delaware's green banks I knew ; Whom, known and lov'd through many a social eve, 'Twas bliss to live with, and 'twas pain to leave, f • Alluding...
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