Cousin George, and other tales, Band 2


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Seite 247 - Tis sweet to watch affection's eye ; To mark the tear with love replete ; To feel the softly-breathing sigh When friendship's lips the tones repeat ; But, oh ! a thousand times more sweet, The praise of those we love to hear ! Like balmy showers in summer heat, It falls upon the greedy ear.
Seite 305 - EVER skilled to wear the form we love ! To bid the shapes of fear and grief depart ; Come, gentle Hope ! with one gay smile remove The lasting sadness of an aching heart. Thy voice, benign enchantress ! let me hear ; Say that for me some pleasures yet shall bloom, That fancy's radiance, friendship's precious tear, Shall soften, or shall chase, misfortune's gloom. But come not glowing in the dazzling ray Which once with dear illusions charmed...
Seite 20 - Q,uand on n'a pas ce qu'on aime, II faut aimer ce qu'on a,' " said Edward ; " a doctrine of practical philosophy which I hope Miss Arundel has been practising. I doubt the polite disclaimer of weariness wichh she has smiled, and is about to say.
Seite 317 - The conquering hero less demands our praise, Who boasts of victory with ten thousand slain, Than he who from untimely death doth raise One victim to his weeping friends again.

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