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" Chide not his peace, proud Reason; nor destroy The shadowy forms of uncreated joy, That urge the lingering tide of life, and pour Spontaneous slumber on his midnight hour. Hark! "
The Pleasures of Hope: With Other Poems - Page 14
by Thomas Campbell - 1804 - 160 pages
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The Pleasures of Hope: With Other Poems

Thomas Campbell - 1800 - 136 pages
...And virtue triumphs o'er remember'd woe. .Chide not his peace, proud Reafon ! nor deftroy The fhadowy forms of uncreated joy, That urge the lingering tide of life, and pour 275 Spontaneous flumber on his midnight hour. ~£et&7Uf *A&^ C-/t./4frt>&£&}- me j0s#c name (die ttSt...
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The Pleasures of Hope: With Other Poems

Thomas Campbell - Electronic books - 1804 - 159 pages
...social board ; Warm from his heart the tears of rapture flow, And virtue triumphs o'er remember'd woe. Chide not his peace, proud Reason ! nor destroy The...the gale That wafts so slow her lover's distant sail 5 She, sad spectatress, on the wint'ry shore Watch'd the rude surge his shroudless corse that bore,...
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The Pleasures of Hope: With Other Poems

Thomas Campbell - 1806 - 136 pages
...board ; 2"0 Warm from his heart the tears of rapture flow, And virtue triumphs o'er remember'd woe. Chide not his peace, proud Reason ! nor destroy The...joy, That urge the lingering tide of life, and pour 275 Spontaneous slumber on his midnight hour. Hark ! the wild maniac sings, to chide the gale That...
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The Athenaeum: A Magazine of Literary and Miscellaneous ..., Volume 2

John Aikin - Arts - 1807
...How short the absence you deplore; Then bow submissive, and adore. DOMESTIC MUSINGS. Chide not bis peace, proud reason; nor destroy The shadowy forms of uncreated joy, That urge the ling'ring tide of lite, and poor Spontaneous dumber on his midnight hour. Campbell. MY own beloved...
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The Pleasures of Hope, and Other Poems

Thomas Campbell - Cities and towns - 1811 - 143 pages
...flow, And virtue triumphs o'er remembcr'd woe. • Chide not his peace, proud Reason ! nor destroj The shadowy forms of uncreated joy, That urge the...spectatress, on the wintry shore Watch'd the rude surge his sj,roudlcss corse that bore, T3BTE Knew the pale form, and, shrieking in amaze, Clasp'd her cold hands,...
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The Poetical Register, and Repository of Fugitive Poetry for ..., Volume 7

English poetry - 1812
...of our youth, love, Will still shine as bright on the eve of our lives ! va DOMESTIC MUSINGS. Glide not his peace, proud reason ; nor destroy The shadowy...and pour Spontaneous slumber on his midnight hour. CAMPBELL. JVlY own beloved ! with exceeding hope I do desire the moment, that awaits Our tranquil presence...
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The pleasures of hope; with other poems. [Another]

Thomas Campbell - 1812 - 131 pages
...social board ; Warm from his heart the tears of rapture flow, And virtue triumphs o'er remember'd woe. Chide not his peace, proud Reason ! nor destroy The...life, and pour Spontaneous slumber on his midnight hoar. Hark ! the wild maniac sings, to chide the gale That wafts so slow her lover's distant sail ;...
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The Poetical Register, and Repository of Fugitive Poetry for 1801-11, Volume 7

English poetry - 1812
...dawn of our youth, love, Will still shine as bright on the eve of our lives ! 1'. G. DOMESTIC MUSINGS. Chide not his peace, proud reason ; nor destroy The...uncreated joy, That urge the lingering tide of life, and poor Spontaneous slumber on his midnight hour. . • . CAMPBELL. MY own beloved ! with exceeding hope...
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Blackwood's Magazine

1839
...there or is there not? Answer. " Hark 1 the wild maniac sings, to chide the gale That wafts so glow her lover's distant sail ; She, sad spectatress, on...Watch'd the rude surge his shroudless corse that bore, Know the pile form, and shrieking ID emaie, Clasp'd her cold hands, and flx'd her maddening Poor widow'd...
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The poetical works of Thomas Campbell

Thomas Campbell - 1821 - 224 pages
...hoard ; 270 Warm from his heart the tears of rapture flow, And virtue triumphs o'er rememher'd woe. * Chide not his peace, proud Reason ! nor destroy The...joy, That urge the lingering tide of life, and pour 275 Spontaneous slumher on his mi 'pjght hour. Hark ! the wild maniac sings, to cht<k the gale That...
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