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" When words come down like dews unsought With gleams of deep enthusiast thought, And fancy in her heaven flies free — They come, my love, they come from thee. "
The Spirit of the English Magazines - Page 479
1825
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Gems of English poetry from Chaucer to the present times, selected and ...

Mary Anne Marzials - English poetry - 1867 - 295 pages
...Fancy in her heaven flies free— They come, my love, they come from thee. O, when more thought we gave of old To silver, than some give to gold, 'Twas sweet...garland for these locks of thine,— A song-wreath which might grace my Jean, While rivers flow and woods are green. At times there come, as come there ought,...
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Gems of English poetry from Chaucer to the present times, selected and ...

Mary Anne Marzials - English poetry - 1867 - 295 pages
...in her heaven flies free — They come, my love, they come from thee. O, when more thought we gave of old To silver, than some give to gold, 'Twas sweet...for these locks of thine, — A song-wreath which might grace my Jean, While rivers flow and woods are green. At times there come, as come there ought,...
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The Lovers' Dictionary: A Poetical Treasury of Lovers' Thoughts, Fancies ...

English poetry - 1867 - 789 pages
...Fancy in her heaven flies free, They come, my love, they come from thee. Oh, when more thought we gave, of old, To silver, than some give to gold, Twas sweet to sit and ponder o'er How we should deck our humble bower ; Twas sweet to pull, in hope, with thee, The golden fruit of Fortune's...
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The Book of Gems: The eighteenth and nineteenth century. Wordsworth to Tennyson

Samuel Carter Hall - English poetry - 1868
...in her heaven flies free, — They come, my love, they come from thee. O, when more thonght we gave of old To silver than some give to gold, 'Twas sweet to sit and ponder o'er What things shonld deck onr hnmble bower ! 'Twas sweet to pnll, in hope, with thee The golden frnit from fortnne's...
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English Literature of Nineteenth Century: On the Plan of the Author's ...

Charles Dexter Cleveland - English literature - 1869 - 798 pages
...o'er How we should deck our humble bower: 'Twas Bweet to pull, in hope, with thee, The golden fruit of Fortune's tree; And sweeter still to choose and twine A garland for that brovr of thine: A song-wreath which may grace my Jean, While rivers flow, and woods grow green....
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A Library of Poetry and Song: Being Choice Selections from the Best Poets

William Cullen Bryant - American poetry - 1871 - 789 pages
...How we should deck our humble bower ; T was sweet to pull, in hope, with thee, The golden fruit of ed out From the gold bar that brow of thine, — A song-wreath which may grace my Jean, While rivers flow, and woods grow green....
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Songs of the Heart: Selected from Many Sources, with Numerous ..., Volume 3

Poetry - 1872 - 160 pages
...gave, of old. To silver, than some jrive to jrold, • OO * 'Twas sweet to sit and ponder o'er How we should deck our humble bower; 'Twas sweet to pull, in hope, with thee, The golden fruit of Fortune's tree; And sweeter still to choose and twine A garland for that brow of thine, A song-wreath...
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Songs of the Heart: Selected from Many Sources, with Numerous ..., Volume 3

Poetry - 1872 - 160 pages
...Fancy in her heaven flies free. They come, my love, they come from thee. O, when more thought we gave, of old. To silver, than some give to gold, 'Twas sweet to sit and ponder o'er How we should deck our humble bower; 'Twas sweet to pull, in hope, with thee, The golden fruit of Fortune's...
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The Bridal Bouquet Culled in the Garden of Literature

Henry Southgate - Love poetry - 1873 - 388 pages
...they come from thee. Oh, when more thought we gave of old To silver than some give to gold ; T was sweet to sit and ponder o'er What things should deck...and twine A garland for these locks of thine — A song- wreath which may grace my Jean, While rivers How and woods are green. At times there come, as...
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Encyclopaedia of English & American Poetry from Caedmon & King Alfred's ...

Samuel Orchart Beeton - American poetry - 1873
...fancy in her heaven flies free — They come, my love, they come from the Oh, when more thought we gave heir country conquers with their martyrdom, And Freedom's...finds wings on every wind. Chillon ! thy prison is a theo The golden frnit from Fortune's tree ; And sweeter still to choose and twine A garland for these...
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