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" Phrebus company ; — And throws him on the grass, though half afraid ; First glancing round, lest tempests should be nigh ; And lays close to the ground his ruddy lips, And shapes their beauty into sound, and calls On all the petall'd flowers that sit... "
Prometheus bound, tr. from Ęschylus, and miscellaneous poems, by the ... - Page 88
by Elizabeth Barrett Browning - 1833
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 66

1840
...hills, and shakes his hair From off his gleesome forehead, bold and glad With keeping blithe Dan Phoebus company; — And throws him on the grass, though half...come, And press from out my soul the heathen dream. Aline eyes were purged. Straightway did I bind Round me the garment of my strength, and heard Nature's...
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The Quarterly Review

William Gifford, Sir John Taylor Coleridge, John Gibson Lockhart, Whitwell Elwin, William Macpherson, William Smith, Sir John Murray IV, Rowland Edmund Prothero (Baron Ernle) - English literature - 1840
...hills, and shakes his hair From off his gleesome forehead, bold and glad With keeping blithe Dan Phrcbus company; — And throws him on the grass, though half...Nature's death-shrieking — the hereafter cry, When He of the lion voice, the rainbow-crown'd, Shall stand upon the mountains and the sea, And swear by earth,...
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The American Whig Review, Volume 2

1845
...close to the ground hisruddy lips, And shapes their beauty into sound, and calls On all the petal'd flowers that sit beneath In hiding-places from the...To loosen the hard soil, and leave their cold, Sad idlessc, and betake them np to him. They straightway hear his voice— A thought did come, And press...
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The Poets and Poetry of England: In the Nineteenth Century

Rufus Wilmot Griswold - Authors, English - 1846 - 504 pages
...beneath In hiding-places from the rain and snow, To loosen the hard soil, and leave their cold, Sod idlesse, and betake them up to him. They straightway...dream. Mine eyes were purged. Straightway did I bind SO Round me the garment of my strength, and heard Nature's death-shrieking — the hereafter cry, When...
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Flowers from the Holy Land; an account of the chief plants named in Scripture

Robert Tyas - 1851
...close to the ground his ruddy lips, And shapes their beauty into sound, and calls On all the petalled flowers, that sit beneath In hiding-places from the...them up to him. They straightway hear his voice." Poetry like this ma)- well be inspired by looking upon all the beauties of nature ; and how true this...
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The Poetry of the Sentiments

Rufus Wilmot Griswold - English poetry - 1853 - 320 pages
...shapes their beauty into sound, and calls On all the petalled flowers that sit beneath In hiding places from the rain and snow, To loosen the hard soil, and...betake them up to him. They straightway hear his voice. "t lOETRY OF THE SENTIMENTS. CATHEDRAL HYMN. BY MRS. HEMAN3. A DIM and mighty minister of old Time...
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Gift of Sentiment: A Souvenir for 1854

Rufus Wilmot Griswold - Gift books - 1854 - 288 pages
...shapes their beauty into sound, and calls On all the petalled flowers that sit beneath In hiding places from the rain and snow, To loosen the hard soil, and...them up to him. They straightway hear his voice. 'a.; I fOETRY Of THE SENTIMENT! CATHEDRAL HYMN. \,: BY MRS. HEMAN3. V: \ A DIM and mighty minister of old...
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THE EARLIER POEMS OF ELIZABETH BARRETT BROWNING

1878
...hills, and shakes his hair From off his gleesome forehead, bold and glad With keeping blythe Dan Phoebus company ;— And throws him on the grass, though half...me the garment of my strength, and heard Nature's death-shrieking—the hereafter cry, When he o' the lion voice, the rainbow-crown'd, Shall stand upon...
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The earlier poems of Elizabeth Barrett Browning

Elizabeth Barrett Browning - 1878
...hills, and shakes his hair From off his gleesome forehead, bold and glad With keeping blythe Dan Phoebus company ; — And throws him on the grass, though...dream. Mine eyes were purged. Straightway did I bind Hound me the garment of my strength, and heard Nature's death-shrieking — the hereafter cry, When...
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The Earlier Poems of Elizabeth Barrett Browning, 1826-1833

Elizabeth Barrett Browning - 1878 - 253 pages
...hills, and shakes his hair From off his gleesome forehead, bold and glad With keeping blythe Dan Phoebus company ; — And throws him on the grass, though...straightway hear his voice — A thought did come, Round me the garment of my strength, and heard Nature's death-shrieking — the hereafter cry, When...
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