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" midst the boldest triumphs of her worth, Nature herself invites the reapers forth ; Dares the keen sickle from its twelvemonth's rest, And gives that ardour which in every breast, From infancy to age, alike appears, When the first sheaf its plumy top... "
The Monthly Review, Or, Literary Journal - Página 52
1800
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The Farmer's Boy

Robert Bloomfield - 1869 - 68 páginas
...And gives that ardour which in every breast, From infancy to age, alike appears, When the first sheaf its plumy top uprears. No rake takes here what Heaven...from the plenteous store Receives a burden nightly at his door. Hark ! where the sweeping scythe now rips along, Each sturdy Mower, emulous and strong, Whose...
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Encyclopaedia of English & American Poetry from Caedmon & King Alfred's ...

Samuel Orchart Beeton - 1873
...which in every breast From infancy to age alike appears, When the first sheaf its plumy top uproars. how abject, how august, How complicate, how wonderful is yon the bounty flows ! And every cottage from the plenteous store Beceives a burden nightly at its...
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The Farmer's Boy

Robert Bloomfield - 1877 - 96 páginas
...And gives that ardor which in every breast, From infancy to age, alike appears, When the first sheaf its plumy top uprears. No rake takes here what Heaven to all bestows — sod, And every cottage from the plenteous store Receives a burden nightly at his door. Hark ! where...
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Cyclopædia of English Literature: A History, Critical and ..., Volumen5

Robert Chambers - 1879
...which in every breast From infancy to age alike appears, When the first sheaf its plumy top nprears. No rake takes here what Heaven to all bestows —...Whose writhing form meridian heat defies, Bends o'er tis work, and every sinew tries ; Prostrates the waving treasure at his feet, But spares the rising...
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Chambers's Cyclopædia of English Literature: A History ..., Volúmenes5-6

Robert Chambers - 1880
...infancy to age alike appears, When the first sheaf its plumy top upreara. No rake takes here what Heavi n to all bestows— Children of want, for you the bounty...plenteous store Receives a burden nightly at its door. Ilark ! where the sweeping scythe now rips along; Each Pturdy mower, emulous and strong. Whose writhing...
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Gleanings from the sacred poets, with biogr. notices of the authors

Gleanings - 1882
...which in every breast From infancy to age alike appears, When the first sheaf its plumy top appears. No rake takes here what Heaven to all bestows — Children of want, for yon the bounty flows ! And every cottage from the plenteous store Receives a burden nightly at its...
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Labouring Muses

William J. Christmas - 2001 - 364 páginas
...traditional right at harvest time—is figured as unnecessary because of a bounteous, beneficent "Heaven": No rake takes here what Heaven to all bestows— Children...plenteous store Receives a burden nightly at its door. (15-16) After the series of bad harvests in the 1790s that caused so much social upheaval, Bloomfield's...
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The Works of the British Poets: Selected and Chronologically ..., Volumen3

John Aikin, John Frost - 1866
...mind, From gratitude and admiration join'd. From infancy to age alike appears, When the first sheaf its plumy top uprears. No rake takes here what Heaven...at its door. Hark .' where the sweeping scythe now slipalong: Each sturdy mower, emulous and strong, Whose writhing form meridian heat defies, Bends o'er...
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