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Already by thy reasoning this I guess , Who art to lead thy offspring , and supposest That bodies bright and greater should not serve The less not bright , nor heaven such journeys run , Earth sitting still , when she alone receives The ...
Each heavenly word , by whose hid flame Our hard hearts shall strike fire , the same 160 Shall flourish on thy brows , and be Both fire to us and flame to thee ; Whose light shall live bright in thy face By glory , in our hearts by ...
RENOUNCEMENT 15 ' BRIGHT IS THE RING OF WORDS ' : 11 fashion : making 12 swains : lovers I MUST NOT think of thee ; and , tired yet strong , I shun the thought that lurks in all delight - The thought of thee - and in the blue Heaven's ...
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