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" ... flowers, which in that heavenly air Bloom the year long ! Nay, barren are those mountains and spent the streams : Our song is the voice of desire, that haunts our dreams, A throe of the heart, Whose pining visions dim, forbidden hopes profound, No... "
The Quarterly Review - Page 242
edited by - 1913
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The Humours of the Court

Robert Bridges - 1893 - 185 pages
...pining visions dim, forbidden hopes profound, No dying cadence nor long sigh can sound, For all our art. Alone aloud in the raptured ear of men We pour our...while the innumerable choir of day Welcome the dawn. 176 XV. THE north wind came up yesternight With the new year's full moon, And rising as she gained...
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The Living Age ...

1894
...dim, forbidden hopes profound No dying cadence nor long sigh can sound, For all our art. Alone alond in the raptured ear of men We pour our dark nocturnal...while the innumerable choir of day Welcome the dawn. There is something of southern radiance and southern desire in the imagination and sentiment of this...
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The Dial, Volume 16

Francis Fisher Browne, Waldo Ralph Browne, Scofield Thayer - 1894
...profound, No dying cadence nor long sigh can sound, For all our art. " Alone aloud in the raptured ears of men We pour our dark nocturnal secret ; and then, As night is withdrawn From these sweet-epringing meads and bursting boughs of May, Dream while the innumerable choirs of day Welcome...
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New Studies in Literature

Edward Dowden - 1895 - 451 pages
...visions dim, forbidden hopes profound No dying cadence nor long sigh can sound, For all our art. " Alone aloud in the raptured ear of men We pour our...while the innumerable choir of day Welcome the dawn." There is something of southern radiance and southern desire in the imagination and sentiment of this...
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The Living Age ..., Volume 278

1913
...Bridges: visions of a winter snnrlse: "Like -what the shepherd sees On late mldrwinter dawns, When through the branched trees, O'er the white-frosted lawns,...larks, of the "flame-throated robin on the topmost bongh of the leafless oak," of the village church with its brass of the warrior with the sword "Wherewith...
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Poetical Works of Robert Bridges: Shorter poems. New poems. Notes

Robert Bridges - 1899
...spent the streams : Our song is the voice of desire, that haunts our dreams, A throe of the heart, Alone, aloud in the raptured ear of men We pour our...while the innumerable choir of day Welcome the dawn. A SONS of my heart, as the sun peered o'er the sea, Was born at morning to me : And out of my treasure-house...
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The Poets and the Poetry of the Nineteenth Century, Volume 7

Alfred Henry Miles - 1906
...pining visions dim, forbidden hopes profound, No dying cadence nor long sigh can sound, For all our art. Alone aloud in the raptured ear of men We pour our...secret ; and then, As night is withdrawn From these sweet springing meads and bursting boughs of May, Dream while the innumerable choir of day Welcome...
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Poetical Works of Robert Bridges: Excluding the Eight Dramas

Robert Bridges - 1912 - 472 pages
...pining visions dim, forbidden hopes profound, No dying cadence nor long sigh can sound, For all our art. Alone, aloud in the raptured ear of men We pour our...while the innumerable choir of day Welcome the dawn. 13 A SONG of my heart, as the sun peered o'er the sea, Was bora at morning to me : And out of my treasure-house...
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The Oxford Book of Victorian Verse

Arthur Quiller-Couch - 1913 - 1023 pages
...pining visions dim, forbidden hopes profound, No dying cadence nor long sigh can sound, For all our art. Alone, aloud in the raptured ear of men We pour our...while the innumerable choir of day Welcome the dawn. SAMUEL WADDINGTON b. 1844 The Inn of Care ". Nebra, by the Unstrut, — So travellers declare, —...
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The Dial: A Monthly Review and Index of Current Literature, Volume 55

Francis Fisher Browne, Scofield Thayer, Waldo Ralph Browne - 1913
...visions dim, forbidden hopes profound, No dying cadence nor long sigh can sound, For all our art. " Alone, aloud in the raptured ear of men We pour our...while the innumerable choir of day Welcome the dawn." The subtle cadences and the haunting music of this lyric are the predominant qualities in this poet's...
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