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" Dumb to the ear and still to the sense, But to heart and to soul distinct, intense ? "See now; I will listen with soul, not ear; What was the secret of dying, dear ? "Was it the infinite wonder of all That you ever could let life's flower fall ? " Or... "
Auld Lang Syne: Selections from the Papers of the "Pen and Pencil Club." - Page 76
by Pen and Pencil Club - 1877 - 176 pages
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Saint Pauls [afterw.] The Saint Pauls magazine, ed. by A. Trollope, Volume 1

Anthony Trollope - 1868
...! and breast without breath ! la there no voice ? — no language of death ? y y2 " Dumb to the car and still to the sense, But to heart and to soul distinct, — intense ? " Sec, now, — I listen with soul, not ear — What was tho secret of dying, Dear ? ' ' Was it tho...
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The Spiritual Magazine, Volume 8

Spiritualism - 1873
...she ; yet she would not smile, Though he called her the name she loved erewhile. He and she ; still she did not move To any one passionate whisper of...heart and to soul distinct, intense ? "See now; I will listen with soul, not ear; What was the secret of dying, dear ? "Was it the infinite wonder of...
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Songs of Three Centuries

John Greenleaf Whittier - American poetry - 1875 - 352 pages
...kissed, in the old place, the quiet cheek. He and she ; yet they would not smile, He and she ; still she did not move To any one passionate whisper of...to the ear and still to the sense, But to heart and soul distinct, intense? "See now ; I will list en with soul, not ear ; What was the secret of dying,...
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A NEW LIBRARY OF POETRY AND SONG

WILLIAM CULLEN BRYANT - 1876
...smile, Though he called her the name she loved erewhile. He and she ; still she did not move To any passionate whisper of love. Then he said : "Cold lips,...to the ear and still to the sense, But to heart and soul distinct, intense ? ' ' See now ; I will listen with soul, not ear ; What was the secret of dying,...
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Songs of Three Centuries

John Greenleaf Whittier - American poetry - 1876 - 352 pages
...still she did not move To any one passionate whisper of love. Then he said : " Cold lips und breasts without breath, Is there no voice, no language of death ? " Dumb to the car and still to the sense, But to heart and to soul distinct, intense? "See now; I will listen with...
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Ira Andrews & Ann Hopkinson, Their Ancestors and Posterity: Including the ...

Thomas Sheldon Andrews - 1879 - 437 pages
...and she; yet she would not smile, Tho' he called her the name she loved erewhile. He and she; still she did not move To any one passionate whisper of...heart and to soul, distinct, intense? " See now; I will listen with soul, not ear; What was the secret of dying, dear? " Was it the infinite wonder of...
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The Reading Club and Handy Speaker: Being Selections in Prose ..., Issues 6-12

George Melville Baker - Elocution - 1879
...still she did not move To any one passionate whisper of love. Then he said : " Cold lips and breasts without breath, Is there no voice, no language of...heart and to soul distinct, intense ? " See, now ; I will listen with soul, not ear ; What was the secret of dying, dear ? " Was it the infinite wonder...
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The Family Library of Poetry and Song: Being Choice Selections from the Best ...

James Grant Wilson - English poetry - 1880 - 1065 pages
...still she did not move To any one passionate whisper of love. Then he said : " Cold lips, and breasts de, Where all the ransomed and angels Ы- : Over the river, the mystic river, My childhood's intenso ? " See now ; I will listen with soul, not ear ; What was the secret of dying, dear ) " Was...
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Fireside Recitations: Being a Choice Collection of Instructive, Emotional ...

Gus Williams - 1881
...and she : yet she would not smile, Tho' he called her the name she loved erewhile. He and she : still she did not move To any one passionate whisper of...heart and to soul distinct, intense ? " See, now ; I will listen with soul, not ear ; What was the secret of dying, dear? " Was it the infinite wonder of...
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Selections in Verse

American poetry - 1881 - 187 pages
...she ; yet she would not smile, Though he called her the name she loved erewhile. He and she ; still she did not move To any one passionate whisper of...death, " Dumb to the ear and still to the sense, But to the heart and soul distinct, intense? " See ! now I will listen with soul, not ear : What was the secret...
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