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" To thee, meek Majesty, soft King Of simple graces and sweet loves, Each of us his lamb will bring, Each his pair of silver doves; Till burnt at last, in fire of thy fair eyes, Ourselves become our own best sacrifice. "
Steps to the Temple: Delights of the Muses, and Other Poems - Page 208
by Richard Crashaw - 1904 - 401 pages
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Hymns of the Ages, Second Series: Being Selections from Wither, Crashaw ...

Carolyn Snowden Guild - Hymns - 1860 - 366 pages
...wit 's to be Well read in their fimplicity. To Thee, meek Majefty, soft King, Of fimple graces and sweet loves ! Each of us his lamb will bring, Each his pair of filver doves ! At laft, in fire of Thy fair eyes, Ourselves become our own bed sacrifice! Crajhaw....
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English sacred poetry, of the sixteenth, seventeenth, eighteenth and ...

Robert Eldridge Aris Willmott - 1862 - 418 pages
...keep The shepherds while they feed their sheep. To Thee, meek Majesty, soft King Of simple graces and sweet loves ! Each of us his lamb will bring, Each his pair of silver doves ! At last, in fire of Thy fair eyes, Ourselves become our own best sacrifice ! Riduird...
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English Sacred Poetry of the Sixteenth, Seventeenth, Eighteenth, and ...

Robert Aris Willmott - English poetry - 1863 - 387 pages
...keep The shepherds while they feed their sheep. To Thee, meek Majesty, soft King Of simple graces and sweet loves ! Each of us his lamb will bring, Each his pair of silver doves ! At last, in tire of Thy fair eyes, Ourselves become our own best sacrifice ! Richard...
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Stabat Mater: hymn of the sorrows of Mary

Jacopone (da Todi) - Hymns, Latin - 1866 - 78 pages
...The (hepherds more than they the fheep — To Thee, meek Majefty ! soft King ! Of fimple graces and sweet loves, — Each of us his lamb will bring, Each his pair of filver doves." Does the nightingale fmg more sweetly ? " Sweet bird, that Hums the noise of folly —...
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The Complete Poems of Giles Fletcher, B. D.

Giles Fletcher - 1876 - 320 pages
...the first-born of her flowrs, To kisse Thy feet, and crown Thy head. To Thee, dread Lamb ! Whose loue must keep The shepheards more then they the sheep....To Thee, meek Majesty ! soft King Of simple Graces and sweet Loves ! Each of vs his lamb will bring, Each his pair of sylver doues ! Till burnt at last...
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The Complete Poems of Giles Fletcher

Giles Fletcher - English poetry - 1876 - 264 pages
...the first-born of her flowrs, To kisse Thy feet, and crown Thy head. To Thee, dread Lamb ! Whose loue must keep The shepheards more then they the sheep....Thee, meek Majesty ! soft King ; Of simple Graces and sweet Loves ! Each of vs his lamb will bring, Each his pair of sylver doues ! Till burnt at last...
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The churchman's text book [&c.].

Churchman - 1877 - 430 pages
...even as by the Spirit of the Lord." Bishop Jebb. To Thee, meek Majesty, soft King Of simple graces and sweet loves ! Each of us his lamb will bring, Each his pair of silver doves ! At last, in fire of Thy fair eyes, Ourselves become our own best sacrifice ! NOVEMBER...
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Hymns of the Ages

Caroline Snowden Whitmarsh Guild - Hymns - 1877 - 366 pages
...wit 's to be Well read in their fimplicity. To Thee, meek Majefty, soft King, Of fimple graces and sweet loves ! Each of us his lamb will bring, Each his pair of fslver doves ! At laft, in fire of Thy fair eyes, Ourselves become our own beft sacrifice! Crajbaw....
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Gems of national poetry. Compiled and ed. by mrs. Valentine

Laura Valentine - 1880
...keep The shepherds more than they their sheep. To Thee, meek Majesty ! soft King Of simple graces and sweet loves, Each of us his lamb will bring, Each his pair of silver doves. HYMN TO THE MORNING. OTHOU Bright Lady of the morn ! pity doth lie So warm in thy soft...
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Poems of Richard Crashaw

Richard Crashaw - 1887 - 116 pages
...kiss Thy feet, and crown Thy head. To Thee, dread Lamb! Whose love must keep The shepherds, more than they the sheep. To Thee, meek Majesty ! soft King Of simple Graces and sweet Loves : 1 10 Each of us his lamb will bring, Each his pair of silver doves : Till burnt at...
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