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" Ah, foolish world; oh, most kind dead ! Though he told me, who will believe it was said? Who will believe that he heard her say, With the sweet, soft voice, in the dear old way: " The utmost wonder is this — I hear And see you, and love you, and kiss... "
Auld Lang Syne: Selections from the Papers of the "Pen and Pencil Club." - Page 77
by Pen and Pencil Club - 1877 - 176 pages
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The Saint Pauls Magazine, Volume 1

1868
...on my lips to keep it unsaid. " You should not ask, vainly, with streaming eyee, Which of all deaths was the chiefest surprise ; — " The very strangest...? Who will believe that he heard her say, With the sweet soft voice, in the dear old way ; — " The utmost wonder is this, — I hear, And seo you, and...
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The Saint Pauls Magazine, Volume 1

Anthony Trollope - 1868
...on my lips to keep it unsaid. " You should not ask, vainly, with streaming eyee, Which of all deaths was the chiefest surprise ; — " The very strangest...who will believe it was said ? Who will believe that ho heard her say, With the sweet soft voice, in the dear old way ; — " The utmost wonder is this,...
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Saint Pauls [afterw.] The Saint Pauls magazine, ed. by A. Trollope, Volume 1

Anthony Trollope - 1868
...on my lips to keep it unsaid. " You should not ask, vainly, with streaming eyes, Which of all deaths was the chiefest surprise ; — " The very strangest...surprises that dying must bring." Ah ! foolish world I Oh ! most kind Dead ! Though he told me, who will believe it was said ? Who will believe that he...
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The Spiritual Magazine, Volume 8

Spiritualism - 1873
...on my lips to keep it unsaid. "You should not ask vainly, with streaming eyes, Which of all death's was the chiefest surprise ; " The very strangest and...me, who will believe it was said ? Who will believe what he heard her say, With the sweet soft voice in the dear old way . " The utmost wonder is this...
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Songs of Three Centuries

John Greenleaf Whittier - American poetry - 1875 - 352 pages
...keep it unsaid. "Yon should not ask vainly, with streaming eyes, Which of all death's was the chief surprise ! "The very strangest and suddenest thing,...surprises that dying must bring." Ah, foolish world ! 0 most kind dead ! Though he told me, who will believe it was said? Who will believe what he heard...
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A NEW LIBRARY OF POETRY AND SONG

WILLIAM CULLEN BRYANT - 1876
...angel of death had "You should not ask vainly, with streaming eyes, Which of all death's was the chief surprise ; "The very strangest and suddenest thing,...surprises that dying must bring." Ah, foolish world ! 0, most kind dead ! Though he told me, who will believe it was said? Who will believe what he heard...
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Songs of Three Centuries

John Greenleaf Whittier - American poetry - 1876 - 352 pages
...of all deaths was the chiefest surprise, choose — SONGS OF THRER CENTURIES. Ali, foolish world! 0 most kind dead ! Though he told me, who will believe it was said t Who will believe that he beard her say, With the sweet, soft voice, in the dear old way : "The utmost...
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Poems of the Life Beyond and Within: Voices from Many Lands and Centuries ...

Giles Badger Stebbins - Religious poetry - 1877 - 264 pages
...surprise, The very strangest and suddenest thing Of all surprises dying must bring." Ah, foolish world ! O most kind dead ! Though he told me, who will believe...said? Who will believe that he heard her say, With the sweet, soft voice, in the dear old way? — " The utmost wonder is this : I hear And see you, and love...
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A New Library of Poetry and Song, Volume 1

William Cullen Bryant - American poetry - 1877 - 950 pages
...with strenmin<;cyes, Which of all death's was the chief surprise; "The very strangest and suddcnest thing, Of all the surprises that dying must bring." Ah, foolish world ! 0, most kind dead ! Though he told me, who will believe it was said? Who will believe what he heard...
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Ira Andrews & Ann Hopkinson, Their Ancestors and Posterity: Including the ...

Thomas Sheldon Andrews - 1879 - 437 pages
...on my lips to keep it unsaid. " You should not ask vainly, with streaming eyes, Which of all deaths was the chiefest surprise. " The very strangest and...said? Who will believe that he heard her say, With the sweet, soft voice, in the dear old way: " The utmost wonder is this — I hear And see you, and love...
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