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" Through many a joyous hour, Where the silvery green of the olive shade Hung dim o'er fount and bower. Yes, thou and I, by stream, by shore, In song, in prayer, in sleep, Have been, as we may be no more ; Kind sister, let me weep... "
Works: With a Memoir by Her Sister, and an Essay on Her Genius - Page 156
by Felicia Dorothea Browne Hemans - 1842
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Records of Woman, and Other Poems

Felicia Dorothea Browne Hemans, Mrs. Hemans - English poetry - 1850 - 270 pages
...We have played Through many a joyous hour, Where the silvery green of the olive shade Hung dim o'er fount and bower. Yes ! thou and I, by stream, by shore,...Eve's bright moon Must now light other feet, With the gathered grapes, and the lyre in tune, Thy homeward step to greet. Thou in whose voice, to bless thy...
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The Ladies' Wreath, Volume 3

American literature - 1850
...been as we may AD LIB childhood here, be no more Oh, therefore let Sweet sis - ter, lei -G>me weep. me weep. I leave thee, father ! — Eve's bright moon...now light other feet, With the gather'd grapes and lyre in tune Thy homeward meps to greet I Thou in whose voice, to bless thy child, Lay tones o love...
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English Literature of the Nineteenth Century ...

Charles Dexter Cleveland - English literature - 1851 - 746 pages
...We have played Through many a joyous hour, Where the silvery green of the olive shade Hung dim o'er fount and bower. Yes, thou and I, by stream, by shore,...prayer, in sleep, Have been, as we may be no more ; Kind sisler, let me weep ! r 362 IIEMAXS. [WILLIA5 I leave thee, fatlier ! Eve's bright moon Must now light...
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English Literature of the Nineteenth Century ...

Charles Dexter Cleveland - English literature - 1851 - 746 pages
...We have played Through many a joyous hour, Where the silvery green of the olive shade Hung dim o'er fount and bower. Yes, thou and I, by stream, by shore,...prayer, in sleep, Have been, as we may be no more; . C M^NS. 362 HER$NS. [WILLIAM iv. I leave thee, father! Eve's bright moon Must now light other feet,...
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Complete Works, Reprinted Entire from the Last English Edition, Volume 2

Mrs. Hemans - 1852
...sister, let me weep ! I leave tbee father ! Eve's bright moon Must now light other feet, With the gatherM grapes, and the lyre in tune, Thy homeward step to greet. Thou, in whose voice, to bless thy child, Liy tones of love so deep, Whose eye o'er all my youth hath smiled — I leave thee ! let me weep !...
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The North and South, Or, Slavery and Its Contrasts: A Tale of Real Life

Caroline E. Rush - Slavery - 1852 - 350 pages
...accomplished by those to whom the whole matter solely, justly and properly belongs." *. xx. THE MARRIAGE. " I leave thee, father ! Eve's bright moon Must now light other feet, With the gathered flowers and the harp in tune, Thy homeward step to greet. Thou in whose Toice to bless thy...
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Records of Woman, Songs of the Affections, and Songs and Lyrics: Elegantly ...

Mrs. Hemans - 1853 - 292 pages
...we have played Through many a joyous hour, Where the silvery green of the olive shade Hung dim o'er fount and bower. Yes, thou and I, by stream, by shore,...Eve's bright moon Must now light other feet, With the gathered grapes, and the lyre in tune, Thy homeward step to greet. Thou, in whose voice, to bless thy...
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Records of Woman: And Other Poems

Mrs. Hemans - 1853 - 276 pages
...We have played Through many a joyous hour, Where the silvery green of the olive shade Hung dim o'er fount and bower. Yes ! thou and I, by stream, by shore,...Eve's bright moon Must now light other feet, With the gathered grapes, and the lyre in tune, Thy homeward step to greet. Thou in whose voice, to bless thy...
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the complete works of mrs hemans reprinted entire from the last english edition

1853
...olive shade Hung dim o'er fount and bower. Have been as we may be no more — Kind sister, let rne weep ! I leave thee father ! Eve's bright moon Must now light other feet, With the gather 'd grapes, and the lyre in tune, Thy homeward step to greet. Thou, in whose voice, to bless...
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The Remember Me: a Token of Love for 1855

1854 - 252 pages
...have play'd ' • Through many a joyous hour, Where the silvery green of the olive shade Hung dim o'er fount and bower. Yes, thou and I, by stream, by shore, In song, in prayer, in sleep, Have been as we we may be no more, Kind sister, let me weep ! I leave thee, father ! Eve's bright moon Must now light...
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