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" I will creep into her breast ; Flush her cheek, and bleach her skin, And feed on the vital fire within. Lover, do not trust her eyes, — When they sparkle most she dies ! Mother, do not trust her breath, — Comfort she will breathe in death ! Father,... "
The Magazine of the beau monde; or, Monthly journal of fashion [afterw.] The ... - Page 53
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Tales and trifles, from Blackwood's and other popular magazines, Volume 1

William Mudford - 1849
...upon which the dying eyes of Agnes rested ! " In the dismal night-air drest, I will creep into ber breast ; Flush her cheek and bleach her skin. And...She is mine, and I must have her. The coffin must be ber bridal bed; The winding-sbeetmust wrap her head : The whispering winds must o'er her sigh. For...
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The Sunday at Home, Volume 25

1878
...dressed, I will creep into her breast, Flush her cheek, and bleach her skin, And feed on the vital fire within. Lover, do not trust her eyes; When they...She is mine, and I must have her. The coffin must bo her bridal bed, The winding-sheet must wrap her head, The whispering winds must o'er her sigh, For...
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The Poetical Works and Remains of Henry Kirke White

Henry Kirke White, Robert Southey - English poetry - 1855 - 356 pages
...air drest, I will creep into her breast ; Flush her cheek, and bleach her skin, And feed on the vital fire within. Lover, do not trust her eyes, — When...mine, and I must have her ! The coffin must be her bridal bed; The winding-sheet must wrap her head ; The whispering winds must o'er her sigh, For soon...
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The poetical works and remains of Henry Kirke White with life

Henry Kirke White, Robert Southey - 1855 - 456 pages
...air drest, I will creep into her breast; Flush her cheek, and bleach her skin, And feed on the vital fire within. Lover, do not trust her eyes,— When they sparkle most she dies l Mother, do not trust her breath,— Comfort she will breathe in death! Father, do not strive to save...
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THE BRITISH ESSAYISTS.

A. CHAIMERS, F.S.A. - 1859
...dress'd, I will creep into her breast : Flush her cheek, and bleach her skin, And feed on the vital fire within. Lover, do not trust her eyes, — When...to save her, - — She is mine, and I must have her 1 The coffin must be her bridal bed ! The winding-sheet must wrap her head ; The whispering winds must...
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The Invalid's Medical Companion and Clinical Adviser ...

J. H. Blunt - 1862 - 119 pages
...dress'd, I will creep into her breast ; Flush her cheek, and bleach her skin, And feed upon the vital fire within. Lover, do not trust her eyes, — When...save her, — She is mine, and I must have her ! The comn must be her bridal bed ! The winding-sheet must wrap her head ! The whispering winds must o'er...
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The British Poets

1865
...dressed, I will creep into her breast : Flush her cheek, and bleach her skin, And feed on the vital fire within. Lover, do not trust her eyes, — When...mine, and I must have her ! The coffin must be her bridal bed ! The winding-sheet must wrap her head ; The whispering winds must o'er her sigh, For soon...
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Neota

Charlotte Hawkey - 1871 - 256 pages
...himself a victim to consumption, assigns to that inexorable malady in his ' Eccentric Drama'1:— ' Lover, do not trust her eyes, When they sparkle most,...Mother, do not trust her breath, Comfort she will speak in death !' I bad written immediately on bearing that our friends bad reached Vevay, in order...
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The poetical works of Henry Kirke White. With a biogr. sketch of the author ...

Henry Kirke White - 1838 - 55 pages
...dressed, I will creep into her breast ; Flush her cheek, and bleach her skin, And feed on the vital fire within. Lover, do not trust her eyes — When...trust her breath — Comfort she will breathe in death i Father, do not strive to save her — She is mine, and I must have her ! The coffin must be her bridal...
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The Poetical Works of Isaac Watts and Henry Kirke White, Volume 63

Isaac Watts - 1881
...dressed, I will creep into her breast : Flush her cheek, and bleach her skin, And feed on the vital fire within. Lover, do not trust her eyes, — When...to save her, — She is mine, and I must have her I The coffin must be her bridal bed ! The winding-sheet must wrap her head ; The whispering winds must...
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