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" The day is done; and slowly from the scene The stooping sun upgathers his spent shafts, And puts them back into his golden quiver! "
The New Monthly Belle Assemblée - Page 50
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Longfellow Birthday Book

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow - Birthday books - 1910 - 191 pages
...feet, Where the brook and river meet. Womanhood and childhood fleet ! Maidenhood. December 2Ctoentietj) The day is done ; and slowly from the scene The stooping...shafts, And puts them back into his golden quiver ! The Golden Legend. 185 As a. pilgrim to the Holy City Walks unmolested, and with thoughts of pardon...
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A Dictionary of Quotations from English and American Poets

Henry George Bohn, Anna Lydia Ward - Quotations - 1911 - 761 pages
...and scarlet and purple — Flamed in the sky to-night. 5039 Margaret E. Songster : A Winter Sunset. The day is done ; and slowly from the scene The stooping...shafts, And puts them back into his golden quiver ! 5040 Longfellow: Christus. Golden Legend. Pt. i. The descending sun Seems to caress the city that...
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English Composition, Volume 1

Stratton Duluth Brooks - English language - 1911
...metaphor that attributes human qualities to inanimate objects, abstract ideas, or lower animals. 1. The day is done; and slowly from the scene The stooping...shafts And puts them back into his golden quiver. — LONGFELLOW 2. The sun is couched, the sea fowl gone to rest, And the wild storm hath somewhere...
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Fundamentals in Education, Art and Civics: Essays and Addresses

George Lansing Raymond - Aesthetics - 1911 - 350 pages
...shining, And turn'd to earth without repining t" — The Siege of Corinth. And these from Longfellow: "The day is done, and slowly from the scene The stooping sun upgathers his pent shafts, And puts them back into his golden quiver." — The Golden Legend. "Take them, O great...
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English Composition ... Enlarged,

Stratton Duluth Brooks - English language - 1912
...metaphor that attributes human qualities to inanimate objects, abstract ideas, or lower animals. 1. The day is done; and slowly from the scene The stooping...shafts And puts them back into his golden quiver. —. LONGFELLOW. 2. The sun is couched, the sea fowl gone to rest, And the wild storm hath somewhere...
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Intensive Studies in American Literature

Alma Blount - American literature - 1914 - 331 pages
...throws its beams! So shines a good deed in a naughty world. — SHAKESPEARE: The Merchant of Venice. 22. The day is done; and slowly from the scene The stooping...shafts, And puts them back into his golden quiver. — LONGFELLOW. 23. The depth saith, It is not in me: and the sea saith, It is not with me. — Job...
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The Complete Poetical Works of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow - 1914 - 689 pages
...all The vast and shadowy banquet-hall Is full of looks and words divine t Leaning over the parapet. The day is done ; and slowly from the scene The stooping...his spent shafts, And puts them back into his golden Below me in the valley, deep and green As goblets are, from which in thirsty draughts We drink its...
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This Wonderful Universe: A Little Book about Suns and Worlds, Moons and ...

Agnes Giberne - Astronomy - 1920 - 182 pages
...have seen a sunset's crimson glory Burn as if Earth were one great Altar's blaze." Or Longfellow— " The day is done; and slowly from the scene The stooping...shafts, And puts them back into his golden quiver." II.—THK SUN'S MAKE Our Earth is not so dense and hard as the cold and rigid little Moon. Jupiter...
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The Complete Poetical Works of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow - American poetry - 1922 - 655 pages
...shadowy banquethall Is full of looks and words divine ! Leaning over the parapet. The day is done j and slowly from the scene The stooping sun up-gathers...shafts, And puts them back Into his golden quiver I Below me in the valley, deep and green 420 As goblets are, from which in thirsty draughts We drink...
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The Complete Poetical Works of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow - Poetry - 1922 - 689 pages
...all The vast and shadowy banquet-hall Is full of looks and words divine ! Leaning over the parapet. The day is done ; and slowly from the scene The stooping sun up-gathers his spent shafts, And puts them hack into his golden quiver 1 Below me in the valley, deep and green As goblets are, from which in...
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