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" With feigned solace ease a true-felt woe; Or if, deaf god, thou do deny that grace, Come as thou wilt, and what thou wilt bequeath, I long to kiss the image of my death. "
Select Beauties of Ancient English Poetry - Página 104
por Henry Headley - 1787
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Literary Leaves, Volumen2

David Lester Richardson - 1840
...possess'd, And yet o'er me to spread thy drowsy wings Thou sparest, alas ! who cannot be thy guest. Since I am thine ; O come, but with that face To inward light which thou art wont to shew, With feigned solace ease a true felt woe ; Or if, deaf god, thou do deny that grace, Come as...
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The book of sonnets, ed by A.M. Woodford

A. Montagu Woodford - 1841
...possessed ! And yet o'er me to spread thy drowsy wings Thou spar'st, alas! who cannot be thy guest. Since I am thine, O come! but with that face To inward light, which thou art wont to show, With feigned solace ease a true-felt woe ; Or if, deaf god, thou do deny that grace, Come as...
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The Boston Miscellany of Literature and Fashion, Volumen2

1842
...o'er me to spread thy drowsy wings Thou spar'st (alas !) who cannot he thy guest. Since I am thine, О come, but with that face To inward light which thou art wont to show, With fancied solace ease a true-felt woe ; Or if, deaf god, thou do deny that grace, Come as...
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Prolusiones

Marlborough coll - 1880
...o'er me to spread thy drowsy wing Thou spar'st, alas ! who cannot be thy guest. Since I am thine, О come, but with that face To inward light, which thou art wont to show, With fained solace ease a true felt woe ; Or if, deaf god, thou do deny that grace, Come as thou...
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Literary Studies: A Collection of Miscellaneous Essays, Volúmenes1-2

William Alfred Jones - 1847
...o'er me to spread thy drowsy wings Thou sparest (alas !) who cannot be thy guest. Since I am thine, 0 come, but with that face To inward light which thou art wont to show, With fancied solace ease a true-felt woe ; Or if, deaf god, thou do deny that grace, Come as...
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Half-hours with the best authors, selected by C. Knight, Volumen4

Half hours - 1847
...o'er me to spread thy drowsy wings Thou spares (alas !) who cannot be thy guest. Since I am thine, oh, come, but with that face To inward light which thou art wont to show, With feigned solace ease a true-felt woe, Or if, dear God, thou do deny that grace, Come as thou...
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Hausschatz englischer Poesie: Auswahl aus den Werken der bedeutendsten ...

Oskar Ludwig Bernhard Wolff - 1852 - 399 páginas
...posscst, And yet o're me to spread thy drowsie wings Thou spar'st, (alas !) who cannot be thy guest. Since I am thine, O come, but with that face To inward light which thou art wont to show, With faigned solace ease a true-felt woe ; Or if, deafe god, thou do deny that grace, Come as...
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A Compendium of English Literature, Chronologically Arranged from Sir John ...

Charles Dexter Cleveland - 1854 - 776 páginas
...possess'd, And yet o'er me to spread thy drowsy wings Thou spar'st, alas ! who cannot be thy guest. Since I am thine, O come, but with that face To inward light, which ihou art wont to show, With feigned solace ease a true-felt woe ; Or if, deaf god, thoti do deny that...
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Poetical Works

William Drummond (of Hawthornden) - 1856
...forgetfulness possest, And yet o'er me to spread thy drowsy wings Thou spares, alas ! who cannot be thy guest. Since I am thine, O come, but with that face To inward light which thou art wont to show, With feigned solace ease a true-felt woe ; Or if, deaf god, thou do deny that grace, Come as...
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the poetical works of william drummond of hawthornden

william b. turnbull - 1856
...forgetfulness possest, And yet o'er me to spread thy drowsy wings Thou spares, alas ! who cannot be thy guest. Since I am thine, O come, but with that face To inward light which thou art wont to show, With feigned solace ease a true-felt woe; Or if, deaf god, thou do deny that grace, Come as thou...
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