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" Read Him for her, and her for him; And call the Saint the Seraphim. Painter, what did'st thou understand To put her dart into his hand! See, even the... "
Steps to the Temple: Delights of the Muses, and Other Poems - Page 266
by Richard Crashaw - 1904 - 401 pages
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Complete Works

Richard Crashaw - English poetry - 1858 - 398 pages
...And catch the precious name this piece pretends, Make not too much haste t' admire That fair-cheek'd fallacy of fire. That is a seraphim, they say, And this the great Teresia. Readers, be ruled by me, and make Here a well-placed and wise mistake ; You must transpose the picture quite, And...
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The Complete Works of Richard Crashaw

Richard Crashaw - Engelse digkuns - 1858 - 340 pages
...And cateh the precious name this piece pretends, Make not too much haste t' admire That fair-cheek'd fallacy of fire. That is a seraphim, they say, And this the great Teresia. Headers, be ruled by me, and make Here a well-placed and wise mistake ; You must transpose the picture...
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The Complete Works of Richard Crashaw, Volume 1

Richard Crashaw - 1872
...(pp. 103-107) and 1670 (pp. 194-7). Our text is that of 1652, as before. G. THE FLAMING HEART. lr3 Make not too much hast to admire That fair-cheek't fallacy of fire. That is a seraphim, they say 5 And this the great Teresia. Readers, bc rul'd by me ; and make Here a well-plact and wise mistake...
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English Poems, Volumes 1-2

Richard Crashaw - Poets, English - 1900
...And catch the precious name this piece pretends ; Make not too much haste to admire That fair-cheek'd fallacy of fire. That is a seraphim, they say, And this the great Teresia. Readers, be ruled by me ; and make Here a well-placed and wise mistake ; You must transpose the picture quite,...
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English Poems, Volumes 1-2

Richard Crashaw - Poets, English - 1900 - 290 pages
...precious name this piece pretends ; Make not too much haste to admire That fair-cheek'd fallacy of firej> That is a seraphim, they say, And this the great Teresia. Readers, be ruled by me ; and make Here a well-placed and wise mistake ; You must transpose the picture quite,...
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The English Poems of Richard Crashaw

Richard Crashaw - 1901 - 284 pages
...catch the precious name this piece pretends ; : Make not too much haste to admire That fair-cheek'd fallacy of fire. That is a seraphim, they say, And this the great Teresia. Readers, be ruled by me ; and make Here a well-placed and wise mistake ; You must transpose the picture quite,...
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Steps to the Temple: Delights of the Muses, and Other Poems

Richard Crashaw - English poetry - 1904 - 432 pages
...her.) WE11 meaning readers ! you that come as freinds And catch the pretious name this peice pretends; Make not too much hast to' admire That fair-cheek't...well-plac't & wise mistake You must transpose the pidture quite, And spell it wrong to read it right ; Read HIM for her, & her for him ; And call the...
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The Flower of the Mind: A Choice Among the Best Poems

Alice Meynell - English poetry - 1904 - 347 pages
...And catch the precious name this piece pretends, Make not too much haste t' admire That fair-cheeked fallacy of fire. That is a seraphim, they say, And this the great Teresia. Readers, be ruled by me, and make Here a well-placed and wise mistake ; You must transpose the picture quite, And...
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English Poems: The Elizabethan age and the Puritan period (1550-1660)

Walter Cochrane Bronson - English poetry - 1909
...seraphim, they say, 5 And this the great Teresia. Readers, be ruled by me, and make Here a well-placed and wise mistake : You must transpose the picture quite, And spell it wrong to read it right; 10 Read him for her, and her for him, And call the saint the seraphim. f Painter, what didst thou understand...
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A Manual of Spiritual Fortification

English poetry - 1910 - 295 pages
...And catch the precious name this piece pretends; Make not too much haste to admire That fair-cheek'd fallacy of fire. That is a seraphim, they say, And this the great Teresia. Readers, be ruled by me; and make Here a well-placed and wise mistake; You must transpose the picture quite, And...
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