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" The tree Sucks kindlier nurture from a soil enriched By its own fallen leaves ; and man is made In heart and spirit from deciduous hopes And things that seem to perish. "
The Florist, Fruitist, and Garden Miscellany - Seite 300
1860
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The Intellectual repository for the New Church. (July/Sept. 1817 ...

1855
...particular fruits which were sought and sighed for. The tree Sucks kindlier nurture from a soil enrich'd By its own fallen leaves, and man is made In heart...deciduous hopes, And things that seem to perish.'* * Henry Taylor. Notes from Life, ' on Choice in Marriage.' Let us now proceed to the specific subject...
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The Eve of the Conquest: And Other Poems

Sir Henry Taylor - 1847 - 90 Seiten
...grief. Hence did ho deem that he could freely draw A natural indemnity. The tree Sucks kindlier nurture from a soil enriched By its own fallen leaves ; and...from deciduous hopes And things that seem to perish. Thro' the stress And fever of his suit, from first to last, His pride (to call it by no nobler name)...
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Notes from Life in Six Essays

Sir Henry Taylor - 1848 - 194 Seiten
...bear those particular fruits which were sought and sighed for : — " The tree Sucks kindlier nurture from a soil enriched By its own fallen leaves ; and...from deciduous hopes And things that seem to perish." Indeed the power and spiritual efficacy of love can hardly be realised to its full extent without either...
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Pride and irresolution, a new series of The discipline of life [by lady E.C ...

Emily Charlotte M. Ponsonby (lady.) - 1850
...none are sweeter than those which grow out of disappointed love. " The tree Sucks kindlier nurture from a soil enriched By its own fallen leaves; and...deciduous hopes, And things that seem to perish." Lovel had been desirous, from his earliest years, with the passion of an unselfish nature, to live...
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The Ladies' Companion

1857
...blossom must wither ere the fruit hangs on the bough. So be it. " The tree Sucks kindlier moisture from a soil enriched By its own fallen leaves ; and man is made, In heart and spirit, fiom deciduous hopes And things that seem to perish." Surely in " Villette," her latest and best work,...
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Euthanasy: Or, Happy Talk Towards the End of Life

William Mountford - 1852 - 511 Seiten
...seeing in me what to them is birth immortal, though we mortals call it death. CHAPTER XIV. The tree Sucks kindlier nature from a soil enriched By its...from deciduous hopes And things that seem to perish. — .HENRY TAYLOR. AUBIN. You draw a deep breath, and fold your hands, and drop them a little, and...
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TAGHCONIC

GODFREY GREYLOCK - 1852
...things in poetry more beautifully and truthfully said, than these lines of Henry Taylor: — " The tree Sucks kindlier nature from a soil enriched By its...heart and spirit from deciduous hopes, And things which seem to perish." Under the vine shaded bowers, or by the sparkling fountain, sits here and there...
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Taghconic: Or, Letters and Legends about Our Summer Home

Joseph Edward Adams Smith - 1852 - 228 Seiten
...things in poetry more beautifully and truthfully said, than these lines of Henry Taylor : — " The tree Sucks kindlier nature from a soil enriched By its...heart and spirit from deciduous hopes, And things which seem to perish." Under the vine shaded bowers, or by the sparkling fountain, sits here and there...
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Edwin the Fair: An Historical Drama. Isaac Comnenus; a Play. The Eve of the ...

Sir Henry Taylor - 1852 - 416 Seiten
...that he could freely draw A natural indemnity. The tree Sucks kindlier nurture from a soil enrich'd By its own fallen leaves ; and man is made In heart...from deciduous hopes And things that seem to perish. Thro' the stress And fever of his suit, from first to last, His pride (to call it by no nobler name)...
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Taghconic: Or, Letters and Legends about Our Summer Home

Joseph Edward Adams Smith - 1852 - 228 Seiten
...beautifully and truthfully said, than these lines of Henry Taylor : — " The tree Sucks kindlier imtnre from a soil enriched By its own fallen leaves ; and...heart and spirit from deciduous hopes, And things which seem to perish." Under the vine shaded bowers, or by the sparkling fountain, sits here and there...
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