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" That oaten pipe of hers is mute, Or thrown away; but with a flute Her loneliness she cheers: This flute, made of a hemlock stalk, At evening in his homeward walk The Quantock woodman hears. "
Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine - Página 261
1819
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Harper's New Monthly Magazine, Volumen8

...the streams and standing under the trees, recalls the pensive music of Wordsworth's "liuth": " Tlmt oaten pipe of hers is mute. Or thrown away ; but with a Hute Her loneliness she cheers; This flute, made of a hemlock slalk, At evening, in Ills homeward walk,...
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Harper's New Monthly Magazine, Volumen69

1884
...by the streams and standing under the trees, recalls the pensive music of Wordsworth's " Ruth" : " That oaten pipe of hers is mute, Or thrown away; but...This flute, made of a hemlock stalk, At evening, in hia homeward walk, The Quantock woodman hears. "I too have passed her on the hills, Setting her little...
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Poems of Wordsworth

William Wordsworth - 1904 - 639 páginas
...road-side ; And there she begs at one steep place Where up and down with easy pace The horsemen-travellers ride. '• That oaten pipe of hers is mute, Or thrown...Setting her little water-mills By spouts and fountains wild, Such small machinery as she turned Ere she had wept, ere she had mourned, A young and happy child...
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The Complete Poetical Works of William Wordsworth

William Wordsworth - 1904 - 937 páginas
...there she begs at one steep place Where up and down with easy pace The horsemen-travellers ride. 140 That oaten pipe of hers is mute, Or thrown away; but...Setting her little water-mills By spouts and fountains wild — Such small machinery as she turned 150 £re she had wept, ere she had mourned, A young and...
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Palgrave's Golden Treasury

Francis Turner Palgrave - 1907 - 366 páginas
...road-side ; And there she begs at one steep place, Where up and down with easy pace The horsemen-travellers ride. That oaten pipe of hers is mute Or thrown away...homeward walk The Quantock woodman hears. I, too, have pass'd her on the hills Setting her little water-mills By spouts and fountains wild — Such small...
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Wordsworth and His Circle

David Watson Rannie - 1907 - 360 páginas
...Ruth, a ballad of " An innocent life, yet far astray I " which grew out of a west country story. " That oaten pipe of hers is mute, Or thrown away ;...in his homeward walk The Quantock woodman hears." To Goslar, too, belong the Lucy poems, that strange little • lovely group, which breathe a passion...
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Palgrave's Golden Treasury

1908 - 551 páginas
...road-side ; And there she begs at one steep placet Where up and down with easy pace The horsemen-travellers ride. That oaten pipe of hers is mute Or thrown away...homeward walk The Quantock woodman hears. I, too, have pass'd her on the hills Setting her little water-mills By spouts and fountains wild — Such small...
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The Golden Treasury of Songs and Lyrics, with Notes

Francis Turner Palgrave - 1908 - 437 páginas
...road-side; And there she begs at one steep place 2O Where up and down with easy pace The horsemen-travellers ride. That oaten pipe of hers is mute Or thrown away: but with a flute Her loneliness she cheers; 25 This flute, made of a hemlock stalk, At evening in his homeward walk The Quantock woodman hears....
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The Golden Treasury of Songs and Lyrics, with Notes

1908 - 437 páginas
...road-side; And there she begs at one steep place 20 Where up and down with easy pace The horsemen-travellers ride. That oaten pipe of hers is mute Or thrown away: but with a flute Her loneliness she cheers; 25 This flute, made of a hemlock stalk, At evening in his homeward walk The Quantock woodman hears....
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The Harvard Classics, Volumen41,Página 2

1910
...road-side; And there she begs at one steep place, Where up and down with easy pace The horsemen-travellers ride. That oaten pipe of hers is mute Or thrown away:...homeward walk The Quantock woodman hears. I, too, have pass'd her on the hills Setting her little water-mills By spouts and fountains wild — Such small...
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