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" Child of the sun ! pursue thy rapturous flight, Mingling with her thou lov'st in fields of light. And where the flowers of paradise unfold, Quaff fragrant nectar from their cups of gold : There shall thy wings, rich as an evening sky, Expand and shut... "
The Naturalist's Library - Page 49
edited by - 1835
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The Works of the British Poets, Selected and Chronologically Arranged ...

English poetry - 1852
...wert thou once a worm, a thing that crept On the bare earth, then wrought a tomb and slept And each nd each, with glowing energy portray'd, The far-famed triumphs of the fie ! At Woburn Abbey. WRITTEN IN WESTMINSTER ABBEY. OCTOBER 10, 1806.* \vi IT 'rn thou art, approach,...
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The Guardian, Volume 4

Conduct of life - 1853
...!" TO THE BUTTERFLY. CHILD of the sun ! pursue thy rapturous flight. Mingling with her thou lovest in fields of light ,; And, where the flowers of paradise...cell of clay To burst a seraph in the blaze of day ! VOL. IV. JULY, 1853. No. 7. ANECDOTES FROM THE GERMAN. BY REV. SH BEID. NO. I. THE moon once rose...
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The book of English poetry, with critical and biogr. sketches of the poets

English poetry - 1853
...ROOERS. TO A BUTTERFLY. CHILD of the sun ! pursue thy rapturous flight ; Mingle with her thou lov'st iu fields of light ; And where the flowers of paradise...cell of clay To burst a seraph in the blaze of day 1 KOOERS. MY NATIVE VALE. DEAR is my little native vale, The ring-dove builds and murmurs there ; Close...
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THE COMPLETE POETICAL WORKS OF SAMUEL ROGERS

EPES SARGENT - 1854
...unfold, Quaff fragrant nectar from their cups of gold. There shall thy wings, rich as an evening-sky, Expand and shut with silent ecstasy ! — Yet wert...cell of clay To burst a seraph in the blaze of day ! AN EPITAPH ON A ROBIN-REDBREAST.24 TitEAD lightly here, for here, 7tis said, When piping winds are...
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Beautiful butterflies; the British species described and illustrated

Henry Gardiner Adams - 1854
...gold, There shall thy wings, rich as an evening sky, Expand and shut in silent ecstacy. • ***•• Yet wert thou once a -worm, a thing that crept On...cell of clay, To burst a seraph in the blaze of day," And now let me read to you a lesson of moral instruction, which the Natural History of this insect...
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Sacred Poetry

Sacred poetry - 1854 - 236 pages
...cups of gold : There shall thy wings, rich as an evening sky, Expand and shut with silent ecstacy : Yet wert thou once a worm — a thing that crept On...cell of clay To burst a seraph in the blaze of day. for tip THE IMPARTIAL BANQUET. The unfashionable worm Respectless of the crown-illumined brow, To cheek's...
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The butterflies of Great Britain with their transformations, delineated and ...

John Obadiah Westwood - 1855
...these peculiarities of butterfly life, that I may be excused for quoting them in this place : — " Child of the sun ! pursue thy rapturous flight, Mingling...cell of clay To burst a seraph in the blaze of day. III. GENEEAL CHAEACTEES OF THE IMAGO, OE PEEFECT STATE " OF BUTTEEFLIES. la the perfect state, the...
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The Guardian, Volumes 6-7

Conduct of life - 1855
...There shall thy wings, rich aa an evening sky, Expand and shut with silent ecstasy I Tet wert thon once a worm, a thing that crept On the bare earth,...slept. And such is man ; soon from his cell of clay To bant a seraph in the blaze of day NO. I.— RETURNING GOOD FOR EVIL. ir TOT EDITOR. "He ia overcome...
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The Church of England quarterly review

1855
...sky, Expand and shut with silent ecstasy. Yet wert thou once a worm — a thing that crept On the base earth, then wrought a tomb and slept ! And such is...cell of clay To burst a seraph in the blaze of day." Coleridge, the pre-eminently metaphysical, or, we should rather say, in accordance with our subject,...
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Select specimens of English poetry

Edward Hughes - 1856
...silent ecstacy ! Yet wert thou once a worm, a thing that crept On the hare earth, then wrought a tomh and slept ; And such is man ; soon from his cell of clay To hurst a seraph in the hlaze of day. KOGEBS. XXVIII. BOOKS. •' IT is chiefly through hooks that we...
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