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And his children, one by one,
sun, Curse the toil by which he drew The treasure from its bed of blue.
Gentle bride, no longer wear,
. It is not fit
THE POWER OF PRAYER.
He to the dimly gleaming shadows taught
All things are calm, and fair, and passive. Earth
A NIGHT SCENE.
Remember you the clear moonlight
I heard, as I have seem'd to hear
Oh! those persuasive yet denying eyes,
Then, every morn, the river's banks shine bright
With smooth plate-armour, treacherous and frail, By the frost's clínking hammers forged at night, 'Gainst which the lances of the sun prevail,
Giving a pretty emblem of the day
When guiltier arms in light shall melt away,
every day creates on either side, Tinkle, as through their fresh-sparred grots they shiver,
In grass-arch'd channels to the sun denied ;
The silver'd flats gleam frostily below,
Which like thy kisses breath'd on me;
Which glow'd on thee, and only thee!
It lies on my abandon'd breast,
With cold and silent rest.
weep-my tears revive it not!
I sigh-it breathes no more on me!
Around him lay the great concerted whole ;
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