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" Her by her smile how soon the Stranger knows ; How soon by his the glad discovery shows ! As to her lips she lifts the lovely boy, What answering looks of sympathy and joy ! He walks, he speaks. In many a broken word His wants, his wishes, and his griefs... "
Poems - Page 84
by Samuel Rogers - 1843 - 316 pages
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A Thousand and One Gems of English and American Poetry from Chaucer to ...

Edwin O. Chapman - American poetry - 1884 - 399 pages
...LOVE. HER, by her smile, how soon the stranger knows ; How soon by his the glad discovery shows, As to her lips she lifts the lovely boy, What answering...arms, his arms across her flung (That name most dear forever on his tongue), As with soft accents round her neck he clings, And cheek lo cheek, her lulling...
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The Royal Gallery of Poetry and Art: An Illustrated Book of the Favorite ...

Nathan David Thompson - American poetry - 1886 - 19 pages
...LOVE. !R, by her smile, how soon the stranger knows; How soon by his the glad discovery shows, As to her lips she lifts the lovely boy, What answering...arms, his arms across her flung, (That name most dear forever on his tongue), As with soft accents round her neck he clings, Aud, check to cheek, her lulling...
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The Early Life of Samuel Rogers

Peter William Clayden - 1887 - 461 pages
...his mother's tenderness. He walks, he speaks. In many a broken word His wants, bis wishes, and bis griefs are heard, And ever, ever, to her lap he flies....comes on with sweet surprise — Locked in her arms, bis arms across her flung, (That name most dear for ever on his tongue,) As with soft accents round...
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The Early Life of Samuel Rogers

Peter William Clayden - 1887 - 461 pages
...glimpse \ of his own boyhood, and shows how vivid was his recollection of his mother's tenderness. He walks, he speaks. In many a broken word His wants, his wishes, and bis griefs are heard, And ever, ever, to her lap he flies. When rosy sleep comes on with sweet surprise...
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The Poetical Works of Samuel Rogers

Samuel Rogers - 1891 - 451 pages
...rest. Her by her smile how soon the Stranger knows ; How soon by his the glad discovery shows ! As to her lips she lifts the lovely boy, What answering...flies, When rosy Sleep comes on with sweet surprise. Lock'd in her arms, his arms across her flung, (That name most dear for ever on his tongue) As with...
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Living Thoughts in Words that Burn, from Poet, Sage and Humorist

Charles F. Beezley - Literature - 1891 - 382 pages
...boy, What answering looks of sympathv and jov! He walks, he speaks. In many a broken word His want-, his wishes, and his griefs are heard. And ever, ever to her lap he fiies, Wiien rosy sleep comes on with sweet surprise. Locked in her arms, bis arms across her flung...
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A Thousand and One Gems of English Poetry

Charles Mackay - English poetry - 1896 - 633 pages
...LOVE. HER, by her smile, how soon the stranger knows ; How soon by his the glad discovery shows, As to her lips she lifts the lovely boy, What answering looks of sympathy and lie walks, he speaks. In many a broken word, His wants, his wishes, and his griefs are heard. And ever,...
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The Spirit of the Public Journals: Being an Impartial Selection of ..., Volume 2

Charles Molloy Westmacott - 1825
...LOVE. HER, by her smile, how soon the stranger knows; How soon, by his, the glad discovery shows, As to her lips she lifts the lovely boy ! What answering...to her lap he flies, When rosy sleep comes on with soft surprise. Lock'd in her arms, his arms across her flung (That name most dear for ever on his tongue),...
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New Monthly Magazine, Volume 32

Thomas Campbell, Samuel Carter Hall, Edward Bulwer Lytton Baron Lytton, Theodore Edward Hook, Thomas Hood, William Harrison Ainsworth - 1831
....•-•... "thus, the picture of the Mother and Child is unequalled for troth and sweetness. " As ever, ever, to her lap he flies, ,, ... '. When rosy sleep comes on with sweet surprise." What more affecting than the allusion to Jane Grey? u Who in her chamber sate Musing With Plato, though...
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