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" flows To sober joys and soften woes, Can make my heart or fancy flee One moment, my sweet wife, from thee Even while I muse, I see thee sit In maiden bloom and matron wit— Fair, gentle as when first I sued, Ye seem, but of scdatcr mood; Yet my heart... "
The Literary souvenir; or, Cabinet of poetry and romance, ed. by A.A. Watts - Page 36
edited by - 1825
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The Literary magnet of the belles lettres, science, and the fine ..., Volume 2

Tobias Merton (pseud) - 1824
...sighs and tears,— Nor mirth, nor sweetest song which Hows Nor dreams of glory dreamed in vain,— To sober joys and soften woes, Can make my heart or...I muse, I see thee sit In maiden bloom and matron witFair, gentle, as when first I sued , Ye seem, but of sedater mood ; Yet my heart leaps as fond for...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 17

England - 1825
...moment, my sweet^wife, from thee ! Even while I muse, I see tliee sit In maiden bloom and matron w'H— Fair, gentle as when first I sued, Ye seem, but of scdatcr mood ; Yet my heart leaps as fond fer thee . As when, beneath Ardbiglan tree, We stay'd and woued, and thought the moon Set on the sea...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 17

Scotland - 1825
...thought, nor days of pain, Nor dreams of glory dream'd in vain,— Nor mirth, nor sweetest song which Sows To sober joys and soften woes, Can make my heart or fancy flee One moment, my sweet_wife, from thee ! Even while Г muse, I see thee sit In maiden bloom and matron witFair, gentle...
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The Ant, publ. during 1826 and 1827

Ant The - 1827
...nor days of pain, Nor dreams of glory dreamed in vain,— Nor mirth, nor sweetest song which ilows To sober joys and soften woes, Can make my heart or...Fair, gentle as when first I sued, Ye seem, but of sedater mood ; Yet my heart leaps as fond for thee As when, beneath Arbigland tree, We stayed and wooed,...
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The Poetical Album: And Register of Modern Fugitive Poetry, Volume 2

Alaric Alexander Watts - English poetry - 1829
...nor days of pain, Nor dreams of glory dreamed in vain,— Nor mirth, nor sweetest song which flow* To sober joys and soften woes, Can make my heart or fancy flee One moment, my sweet wife, from tlicc. Even while I muse, I see thec sit In maiden bloom and matron wit;— Fair, gentle as when first...
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The volume of the affections; or, Bridal offering

Thomas Harttree Cornish - Women - 1836 - 510 pages
...dreamed in vain,— Nor mirth, nor sweetest song which flows To sober joys and soften woes, Can make iny heart or fancy flee, One moment, my sweet wife, from...Fair, gentle, as when first I sued, Ye seem, but of sedaler mood; Yet my heart leaps as fond for thee As when beneath Arbigland tree We stayed and wooed,...
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The Book of Gems: Wordsworth to Bayly

Samuel Carter Hall - English poetry - 1838
...mirth, nor sweetest song which flows To sober joys and soften woes, Can make my heart or fancy flee Even while I muse, I see thee sit In maiden bloom...Fair, gentle, as when first I sued Ye seem, but of sedater mood : Yet my heart leaps as fond for thee As when, beneath Arbigland tree, We stayed and wooed,...
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The Lyre: Fugitive Poetry of the Nineteenth Century

Lyre - English poetry - 1841 - 344 pages
...sober joys and soften woes, One moment, my sweet wife, from thee ! Can make my heart or fancy flee Even while I muse, I see thee sit In maiden bloom, and matron wit— Yet my heart leaps as fond for thee As when, beneath Arbigland tree, We stayed and wooed, and thought...
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The Poets and Poetry of England, in the Nineteenth Century

Rufus Wilmot Griswold - Authors, English - 1845 - 504 pages
...thought, nor days of pain, Nor dreams of glory dream'd in vain,— Nor mirth, nor sweetest song which flow To sober joys and soften woes, Can make my heart or...Fair, gentle, as when first I sued Ye seem, but of scdater mood : Yet my heart leaps as fond for thee As when, beneath Arbigland tree, We stay'd and woo'd,...
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Poems and Songs

Allan Cunningham - Electronic books - 1847 - 151 pages
...of thought, nor days of pain, Nor dreams of glory dream'd hi vain; Nor mirth, nor sweetest song that flows To sober joys and soften woes, Can make my heart...Fair, gentle as when first I sued, Ye seem, but of sedater mood; * Some beautiful lines of yours in a former number of the ' Literary Souvenir ' introduced...
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