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After the Wedding, by the Author of 'Home Truths for Home Peace'
M. B. H
Sin vista previa disponible - 2020
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Página 95 - But how my childhood runs to waste ! My sins, how great their sum ! Lord, give me pardon for the past, And strength for days to come. I lay my body down to sleep ; Let angels guard my head, And through the hours of darkness keep Their watch around my bed.
Página 22 - Thro' all the years of April blood; A love of freedom rarely felt, Of freedom in her regal seat Of England; not the schoolboy heat, The blind hysterics of the Celt; And...
Página 61 - Boast not thyself of to-morrow; for thou knowest not what a day may bring forth.
Página 1 - To pierce those hallow'd bowers : 'tis Fancy's beam Pour'd on the vision of th' enraptured bard, That paints the charms of that delicious theme. Then hail sweet Fancy's ray ! and hail the dream That weans the weary soul from guilt and woe ! Careless what others of my choice may deem, I long, where Love and Fancy lead, to go, And meditate on Heaven ; enough of Earth I know.
Página 1 - That paints the charms of that delicious theme. " Then hail sweet Fancy's ray ! and hail the dream " That weans the weary soul from guilt and wo ! " Careless what others of my choice may deem, " I long where Love and Fancy lead to go, " And meditate on heaven ; enough of earth I know." XL. " I cannot blame thy choice (the Sage replied) " For soft and smooth are Fancy's flowery ways.