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" Why smite," he asked in sad surprise, "The fair, the old?" Yet louder rang the Strong One's stroke, Yet nearer flashed his axe's gleam ; Shuddering and sick of heart I woke, As from a dream. I looked : aside the dust-cloud rolled, — The Waster seemed... "
Proceedings of the Pennsylvania Yearly Meeting of Progressive Friends - Page 116
by Society of Friends. Pennsylvania Yearly Meeting - 1858
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A New Library of Poetry and Song, Volume 2

William Cullen Bryant - American poetry - 1877 - 934 pages
...Gray-bearded Use, who, deaf and blind, Groped for his old accustomed stone, Leaned on his staff, and wept to find His seat o'er'thrown. Young Romance raised...eyes, O'erhung with paly locks of gold ; "Why smite," lie asked in sad surprise, "The fair, the old?" Yet louder rang the Strong One's stroke, Yet nearer...
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The Complete Poetical Works of John Greenleaf Whittier with Illustrations

John Greenleaf Whittier - American poetry - 1876 - 297 pages
...Gray-bearded Use, who, deaf and blind, Groped for his old aecustomed stone, Leaned on his staff, and wept to find His seat o'erthrown. Young Romance raised his dreamy eyes, O'crhung with paly locks of gold, — " Why smite," he asked in sad surpris " The fair, the old ? "...
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A New Library of Poetry and Song, Volume 2

William Cullen Bryant - American poetry - 1877
...blind, Groped for his old accustomed stone, Leaned on his staff, and wept to find His seat o'erthrowii. Young Romance raised his dreamy eyes, O'erhung with paly locks of gold ; "Why smite," he asked in sn<l surprise, "The fair, the old?" Yet louder rang the Strong One's stroke, Yet nearer Hashed his...
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American poems. With short biogr. notices of the most celebrated American ...

American poems - 1878
...Groped for his old accustomed stone, Leaned on his staff, and wept to find His seat o'erthrown. Youne Romance raised his dreamy eyes, O'erhung with paly...dust-cloud rolled,— The Waster seemed the Builder too ; Up-springing from the ruined Old I saw the New. 'Twas but the ruin of the bad,— The wasting of...
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The Poetical Works of John Greenleaf Whittier

John Greenleaf Whittier - 1878 - 505 pages
...Gray-bearded Use, who, deaf and blind, Groped for his old accustomed stona, Leaned on his staff, and wept to find His seat o'erthrown. Young Romance raised..." The fair, the old ? " Yet louder rang the Strong One*s stroke, Yet nearer flashed his axe's gleam ; Shuddering and sick of heart I woke, As from a dream....
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Poems of John Greenleaf Whittier

John Greenleaf Whittier - 1878 - 413 pages
...Gray-bearded Use, who, deaf and blind, Groped for his old accustomed stone, Leaned on his staff, and wept to find His seat o'erthrown. Young Romance raised his dreamy eyes, O'erhung with paly looks of gold, — " Why smite," he asked in sad surprise, "The fair, the old " Yet louder rang the...
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The Complete Poetical Works of John Greenleaf Whittier

John Greenleaf Whittier - 1879 - 505 pages
...Gray-bearded Use, who, deaf and blind, Groped for his old accustomed stone, Leaned on his staff, and wept to find His seat o'erthrown. Young Romance raised...Shuddering and sick of heart I woke. As from a dream. THE PRISONER FOR DEBT. 99 I looked : aside the dust-cloud rolled, — The Waster seemed the Builder...
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The Bible class magazine [ed. by C.H. Bateman]. [Continued as ..., Volume 3

National Sunday school union - 1881
...extant which can check the tide of progress or hinder the march of enlightenment as years go on. ' ' Yet louder rang the Strong One's stroke, Yet nearer...Shuddering and sick of heart I woke As from a dream." Then there is a transition, for the seeming Destroyer is also the only sure and steadfast Builder ;...
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The Complete Poetical Works of John Greenleaf Whittier

John Greenleaf Whittier - 1879 - 413 pages
...Gray-bearded Use, who, deaf and blind, Groped for his old accustomed stone, Leaned on his staff, and wept to find His seat o'erthrown. Young Romance raised his dreamy eyes, O'erhun^ with paly locks of gold, — " Why smite," he asked in sad surprise, " The fair, the old ?"...
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The poetical works of John Greenleaf Whittier. Complete illustr. ed., with ...

John Greenleaf Whittier - 1880
...Gray-bearded Use, who, deaf and blind, Groped for his old accustomed stone, Leaned on his staff, and wept to find His seat o'erthrown. Young Romance raised...surprise, "The fair, the old?" Yet louder rang the Strong One'sstroke, Yet nearer flashed his axe's gleam ; Shuddering and sick of heart I woke, As from a dream....
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