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" He saw how in that blest day-bearing night, The heav'n-rebuked shades made haste away ; How bright a dawn of angels with new light Amaz'd the midnight world, and made a day Of which the morning knew not... "
Steps to the Temple: Delights of the Muses, and Other Poems - Page 94
by Richard Crashaw - 1904 - 401 pages
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English Poems, Volumes 1-2

Richard Crashaw - Poets, English - 1900 - 290 pages
...night, The Heaven-rebuked shades made haste away ; How bright a dawn of angels with new light Amazed the midnight world, and made a Day Of which the Morning knew not ; mad with spite He marked how the poor shepherds ran to pay Their simple tribute to the Babe, Whose birth Was...
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English Poems, Volumes 1-2

Richard Crashaw - Poets, English - 1900 - 296 pages
...night, The Heaven-rebuked shades made haste away ; How bright a dawn of angels with new light Amazed the midnight world, and made a Day Of which the Morning knew not ; mad with spite He marked how the poor shepherds ran to pay Their simple tribute to the Babe, Whose birth Was...
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The English Poems of Richard Crashaw

Richard Crashaw - 1901 - 282 pages
...night, The Heaven-rebuked shades made haste away ; How bright a dawn of angels with new light Amazed the midnight world, and made a Day Of which the Morning knew not ; mad with spite He marked how the poor shepherds ran to pay Their simple tribute to the Babe, Whose birth Was...
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Steps to the Temple: Delights of the Muses, and Other Poems

Richard Crashaw - English poetry - 1904 - 432 pages
...Of faire Engaddi hony-sweating Fountaines With Manna, Milk, and Balm, new broach the Mountaines. He saw how in that blest Day-bearing Night, The Heav'n-rebuked...ran to pay Their simple Tribute to the Babe, whose Birth Was the great businesse both of Heav'n and Earth. 16. He saw a threefold Sun, with rich encrease,...
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The Irish Monthly, Volume 33

Literature - 1905 - 730 pages
...all the old prophecies about to be fulfilled and How bright a dawn of Angels with new light Amazed the midnight world, and made a day Of which the morning knew not : mad with spite, He marked how the poor shepherds ran to pay Their simple tribute to the Babe whose birth Was...
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Blackwood's Magazine, Volume 1

England - 1817 - 698 pages
...saw, how in that blest day-bearing night The Heaven-rebuked shades made haste away; How bright a dawn of angels with new light Amaz'd the midnight world, and made a day Of which the morning knew not He saw a three-fold sun, with rich increase Make proud the ruby portals of the East. He saw the temple...
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A Book of Christmas Verse

Henry Charles Beeching - Carols - 1926 - 220 pages
...night The heaven rebuked shades made haste away j How bright a dawn of angels with new light Amazed the midnight world, and made a day Of which the morning knew not ; mad with spight He mark'd how the poor shepherds ran to pay Their simple tribute to the Babe, whose birth Was the great...
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The Poems, English, Latin, and Greek

Richard Crashaw - English poetry - 1927 - 586 pages
...Of faire Engaddi hony-sweating Fountaines With Manna, Milk, and Balm, new broach the Mountaines. Hee saw how in that blest Day-bearing Night, The Heav'n-rebuked...Day Of which the Morning knew not : Mad with spight Hee markt how the poore Shepheards ran to pay Their simple Tribute to the Babe, whose Birth Was the...
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Studies in Seventeenth-century English Literature, History and Bibliography ...

Gerardus Antonius Maria Janssens, Flor Aarts - Civilization - 1984 - 290 pages
...stanzas then, his vision of the "portents" develops. He comes to see (in true metaphysical manner) first how the poore Shepheards ran to pay Their simple Tribute to the Babe, whose Birth Was the great businesse both of Heav'n and Earth. (15) There is a kind of qualified daring in...
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cambridge english classics poems

434 pages
...faire Engaddi hony-sweating Fountaines With Manna, Milk, and Balm, new broach the Mountaines. isHe saw how in that blest Day-bearing Night, The Heav'n-rebuked...ran to pay Their simple Tribute to the Babe, whose Birth Was the great businesse both of Heav'n and Earth. 16. He saw a threefold Sun, with rich encrease,...
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