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" Ligeia! Ligeia! My beautiful one! Whose harshest idea Will to melody run, O! is it thy will On the breezes to toss? Or, capriciously still, Like the lone Albatross, Incumbent on night (As she on the air) To keep watch with delight On the harmony there? "
Phoenixiana: Or Sketches and Burlesques - Page 91
by George Horatio Derby - 1903 - 332 pages
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A Manual of American Literature: Designed for the Use of Schools of Advanced ...

Noble Kibby Royse - American literature - 1872 - 360 pages
...And true love caresses — 0! leave them apart! They are light on the tresses, But lead on the heart. Ligeia ! Ligeia ! My beautiful one! Whose harshest idea Will to melody run, . O! is it thy will On the breezes to toss? Or, capriciously still, Like the lone Albatross, Incumbent...
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Poems, complete, with an orig. mem. by R.H. Stoddard, Issue 734

Edgar Allan Poe - 1875
...true love caresses — O ! leave them apart ! They are light on the tresses, But lead on the heart.; Ligeia ! Ligeia ! My beautiful one ! Whose harshest idea Will to melody run, O ! is it thy will On the breezes to toss I" Or, capriciously still, hLike the lone Albatross, Incumbent...
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Poetical Works of Edgar Allan Poe

Edgar Allan Poe - American poetry - 1869 - 271 pages
...love caresses — Oh ! leave them apart : They are light on the tresses, But lead on the heart. ' Ligeia ! Ligeia ! My beautiful one ! Whose harshest idea Will to melody run, O ! Is it thy will On the breezes to toss? Or, capriciously still, Like the lone Albatross,* Incumbent...
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THE POETICAL WORKS OF EDGAR ALLAN POE,

WILLIAM F. GILL. - 1876
...down your flight ; And true love caresses — O ! leave them apart ! They are light on the tresses, Ligeia ! Ligeia ! My beautiful one ! Whose harshest idea Will to melody run, O ! is it thy will On the breezes to toss ? Or, capriciously still, Like the lone Albatross,* Incumbent...
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Works, Volume 2

Edgar Allan Poe - 1876
...circumstance the passage evidently alludes. Thej- are light on the tresses, But lead on the heart. Ligeia ! Ligeia ! My beautiful one ! Whose harshest idea Will to melody run, O ! is it thy will On the breezes to toss ? Or, capriciously still, *Like the lone Albatross, Incumbent...
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Mercer's gardens, by the author of 'Four messengers'.

Emily Marion Harris - 1876 - 390 pages
...grey prematurely, Do you regard the Elizabethan fishpond as a fountain? Good bye, learned infant." "Ligeia, Ligeia, My beautiful one Whose harshest idea Will to melody run." "But imagine turning that to melody." "I hope she will not develope into a prig or blue stocking,"...
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Life and Letters of John Howard Raymond

John Howard Raymond, Harriet Raymond Lloyd - College presidents - 1881 - 744 pages
...: Ligeia I Ligeia ! My beautiful one, Whose harshest idea Will to melody run, Say, is it thy taill On the breezes to toss, Or, capriciously still, Like the lone Albatross, Incumbent on ,light, At she on the air, To keef -watch with delighe On the harmony there f John Neal, himself a...
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Short Studies of American Authors

Thomas Wentworth Higginson - 1880 - 58 pages
...his tones had been softening to a finer melody than at first, and when he came to the verse, — " Ligeia! Ligeia, My beautiful one! Whose harshest idea Will to melody run, Oh I is it thy will On the breezes to toss ? Or capriciously still Like the lone albatross Incumbent on...
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The Poems of Edgar Allan Poe: With an Essay on His Poetry by Andrew Lang

Edgar Allan Poe, Andrew Lang - 1881 - 172 pages
...down your flight ; And true love caresses — O ! leave them apart ! They are light on the tresses, Ligeia ! Ligeia ! My beautiful one ! Whose harshest idea Will to melody run, O ! is it thy will On the breezes to toss ? Or, capriciously still, Like the lone Albatross,* Incumbent...
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The poetical works of Edgar Allan Poe, with a prefatory notice, by J. Skipsey

Edgar Allan Poe - 1885 - 288 pages
...his verses beginning, " Helen, thy beauty is to me," and that exquisite lyric in Aalraaf beginning " Ligeia, Ligeia, my beautiful one, whose harshest idea will to melody run." Indeed, up to this period I am not aware of any verses produced by an American that would bear comparison...
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