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" WHEN streams of unkindness, as bitter as gall, Bubble up from the heart to the tongue, And meekness is writhing in torment and thrall, By the hands of Ingratitude wrung— In the heat of injustice, unwept and unfair, While the anguish is festering yet;... "
A thousand lines: now first offered to the world we live in [by M.F. Tupper]. - Page 26
by Martin Farquhar Tupper - 1845 - 60 pages
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Amaranth

American literature - 1847
...tongue, And meekness writhing in torment and thrall, By the hands of Ingratitude wrung — In the heart of injustice, unwept and unfair, While the anguish is festering yet, . None, none but an angel of God can declare "I now can forgive and forget." But if the bad spirit is chased from the heart,...
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The Garland, Or Token of Friendship

Emily Percival - Gift books - 1848
...tongue, And meekness writhing in torment and thrall, By the hands of Ingratitude wrung — In the heart of injustice, unwept and unfair, While the anguish is festering yet, None, none but an angel of God can declare " I now can forgive and forget." But if the bad spirit is chased from the heart,...
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The Complete Poetical Works of Martin Farquhar Tupper ...

Martin Farquhar Tupper - English poetry - 1850 - 452 pages
...unexplored, Whose atmosphere is bliss and liberty, The palaces and gardens of the Lord! FORGIVE AND FORCET. WHEN streams of unkindness, as bitter as gall, Bubble...anguish is festering yet; None, none but an angel of God can declare "I now can forgive and forget." But, if the bad spirit is chased from the heart,...
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The Ladies' Gift, Or, Souvenir of Friendship

Friendship - 1850 - 324 pages
...tongue, And meekness writhing in torment and thrall, By the hands of Ingratitude wrung— In the heart of injustice, unwept and unfair, While the anguish is festering yet, None, none but an angel of God can declare " I now can forgive and forget." But if the bad spirit is chased from the heart,...
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TUPPER'S COMPLETE POETICAL WORKS

1851
...unexplor'd, Whose atmosphere is bliss and liberty, The palaces and gardens of the Lord! FORGIVE AND FORGET. And Meekness is writhing in torment and thrall, By...forget." But, if the bad spirit is chased from the heart, Though scorn on injustice were heaped; For the best compensation is paid for all ill, And the lips...
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English Literature of the Nineteenth Century ...

Charles Dexter Cleveland - English literature - 1851 - 746 pages
...gray-haired shepherd on the plain, Hath more of the end of all wealth than hundreds who multiply the means. FORGIVE AND FORGET. When streams of unkindness, as...While the anguish is festering yet, None, none but an nngel or God can declare "I now can forgive and forget." But, if the bad spirit is chased from the...
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The Ladies' Gift, Or, Souvenir of Friendship

Friendship - 1851 - 324 pages
...tongue, And meekness writhing in torment and thrall, By the hands of Ingratitude wrung — In the heart of injustice, unwept and unfair, While the anguish is festering yet, None, none but an angel of God can declare " I now can forgive and forget." But if the bad spirit is chased from the heart,...
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The Book of Eloquence: A Collection of Extracts in Prose and Verse, from the ...

Readers - 1853 - 452 pages
...tread it out, And return to your empire of darkness once more. LXXIV.— FORGIVE AND FORGET. MF TUPPEE. WHEN streams of unkindness as bitter as gall, Bubble...an angel, or God, can declare " I now can forgive arid forget." But, if the bad spirit is chased from the heart, And the lips are in penitence steep'd,...
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The Student's Speaker: A New Collection of Original and Selected Pieces in ...

Jacob S. Denman - Children's poetry - 1853 - 144 pages
...the tongue, And meekness is rising in torment and thrall, By the hands of ingratitude wrung — '.h the heat of injustice, unwept and unfair, While the...anguish is festering yet, None, none but an angel of God can declare " I now can forgive and forget." But, if the bad spirit is chased from the heart,...
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English Literature of the Nineteenth Century: On the Plan of the Author's ...

Charles Dexter Cleveland - English literature - 1853 - 785 pages
...And Meekness is writhing in torment and thrall, By the hands of Ingratitude wrung — In the liont of injustice, unwept and unfair, While the anguish is festering yet, None, none but nn angel or God can declare, " I now can forgive and forget." Cut, if the bad spirit is chased from...
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