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And—God preserve angels battle beauty blazing day bless blest Britannia Britons Brother Jonathan brow calm celt cheer cold dark dead dear doth dream duty earth England England's heart Euroclydon eyes fair fame fear feel flat race flowers friends glad Glen Farg glorious glory happy hate hath Heaven heed honour hope hour King Labour light live long ago look man's Martha's Hill mercy mighty mind morn mottled beautiful Nature's night noble o'er patience strong peace pleasures poor praise preserve the Queen pride rest Sappho scorn Shakspeare shine shore skies smile song sorrow soul spirit stand star storm strife sublime sweet Tangley tell thee thine things thou art thought thrill throne to-day true truth TUPPER S MISCELLANEOUS TUPPERS MISCELLANEOUS POEMS vext wisdom wise young young riflemen youth
Page 202 - God save our gracious Queen, Long live our noble Queen, God save the Queen: Send her victorious, Happy and glorious, Long to reign over us: God save the Queen.
Page 143 - Never give up ! there are chances and changes Helping the hopeful a hundred to one; And through the chaos High Wisdom arranges Ever success — if you'll only hope on: Never give up ! for the wisest is boldest, Knowing that Providence mingles the cup, And of all maxims the best is the oldest, Is the true watchword of Never give up ! Never give up ! though the grape-shot may rattle.
Page 142 - NEVER GIVE UP! NEVER give up ! it is wiser and better Always to hope, than once to despair; Fling off the load of Doubt's cankering fetter, And break the dark spell of tyrannical care: Never give up ! or the burden may sink you — Providence kindly has mingled the cup, And in all trials or troubles, bethink you, The watchword of life must be, Never give up...
Page 42 - Tis not long since, it cannot be long, — My years so soon were spent, — Since I was a boy, both straight and strong ; Yet now am I feeble and bent. A dream, a dream, — it is all a dream, A strange, sad dream, good sooth ; For old as I am, and old as I seem, My heart is full of youth.
Page 228 - Ho ! Brother, I'ma Britisher, A chip of heart of oak, That wouldn't warp or swerve or stir From what I thought or spoke, — And you — a blunt and honest man, Straightforward, kind, and true, I tell you, Brother Jonathan, That you're a Briton too. I know your heart, an...
Page 202 - Thy choicest gifts in store On her be pleased to pour ; . Long may she reign: May she defend our laws, And ever give us cause To sing with heart and voioe, God save the Queen.
Page 260 - Marked an old trout, who shuns the sunny skies, And, nightly prowler, loves the hazel shade : Well thrown !• — you hold him bravely, — off he speeds, Now up, now down, — now madly darts about ! Mind, mind your line among those flowering reeds, — How the rod bends ! — and hail, thou noble...
Page 140 - ALL'S for the best! be sanguine and cheerful, Trouble and sorrow are friends in disguise, Nothing but Folly goes faithless and fearful, Courage for ever is happy and wise: All for the best, — if a man would but know it, Providence wishes us all to be blest, This is no dream of the pundit or poet, Heaven is gracious, and — All's for the best!