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" O, dawn at last, long-look'd for day ! Take thine own wings and come away. Lo, where aloft it comes ! It comes, among The conduct of adoring Spirits, that throng Like diligent bees, and swarm about it. "
Steps to the Temple: Delights of the Muses, and Other Poems - Page 201
by Richard Crashaw - 1904 - 401 pages
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Steps to the Temple: Delights of the Muses, and Other Poems

Richard Crashaw - English poetry - 1904 - 430 pages
...of barren yeares Melted & measur'd out in Seas of TEARES. O see, The WEARY liddes of wakefull Hope (LOVE'S Eastern windowes) All wide ope With Curtains...away. Lo, where Aloft it comes ! It comes, Among The Conduit of Adoring SPIRITS, that throng Like diligent Bees, And swarm about it. O they are wise; And...
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The Mount of Vision: A Book of English Mystic Verse

Adeline Cashmore - Mysticism - 1910 - 192 pages
...Melted and measur'd out in seas of Tears. O see, the weary lids of wakeful Hope (Love's eastern windows) all wide ope With Curtains drawn, To catch the Daybreak of Thy Dawn. O dawn, at last, long lookt for Day ! 36 Take thine own wings, and come away. Lo, where Aloft it comes ! It comes, Among The Conduct of...
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The Religious Poems of Richard Crashaw

Richard Crashaw - Poetry, religious - 1914 - 152 pages
...dawn at last, long-look'd for Day I Take Thine own wings and come away. Lo, where aloft it comes I It comes, among The conduct of adoring spirits, that throng Like diligent bees, and swarm about it. 150 O they are wise, And know what sweets are suck'd from out it: It is the hive, By which they thrive,...
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The Religious Poems of Richard Crashaw: With an Introductory Study

Richard Crashaw, Robert Aloysius Eric Sheperd - Religious poetry, English - 1914 - 136 pages
...140Melted and measured out in seas of tears : O see the weary lids of wakeful Hope (Love's eastern windows) all wide ope — - With curtains drawn, To catch the day-break of Thy dawn. 145 O dawn at last, long-look'd for Day ! Take Thine own wings and come away. Lo, where aloft it comes...
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The Catholic Tradition in English Literature

George Carver - American literature - 1926 - 467 pages
...catch the day-break of Thy'dawn. 145 O dawn at last, long-look'd for Day! Take Thine own wings and come away. Lo, where aloft it comes! It comes, among...that throng Like diligent bees, and swarm about it. 150 O they are wise, And know what sweets are suck'd from out it : It is the hive, By which they thrive,...
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The Reinvention of Love: Poetry, Politics and Culture from Sidney to Milton

Anthony Low, Pat Rogers - Literary Criticism - 1993 - 258 pages
...of barren yeares Melted and measur'd out in Seas of TEARES. O see, The WEARY liddes of wakefull Hope (LOVE'S Eastern windowes) All wide ope With Curtains drawn, To catch The Day-Break of Thy DAWN. (lines 143-48) He depicts the grief and longing of the expectant world in heartfelt terms, but he feels...
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cambridge english classics poems

...of barren yeares Melted & measur'd out in Seas of TEARES. O see, The WEARY liddes of wakefull Hope (LovE's Eastern windowes) All wide ope With Curtains...it comes ! It comes, Among The Conduct of Adoring SP[RITS, that throng Like diligent Bees, And swarm about it. O they are wise; And know what SWEETES...
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Richard Crashaw

Richard Crashaw - 1972 - 90 pages
...Hymn To the Name Above Every Name : О dawn, at last, long look't for Day! Take thine own wings, and come away. Lo, where Aloft it comes! It comes, Among...that throng Like diligent Bees, And swarm about it. О they are wise; And know what SwEETESare suck't from out it. It is the Hiue, By which they thriue,...
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