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" Wouldst see nests of new roses grow In a bed of reverend snow? Warm thoughts, free spirits flattering Winter's self into a spring? In sum, wouldst see a man that can Live to be old, and still a man? Whose latest and most leaden hours Fall with soft wings,... "
Nicholas Ferrar, two lives by his brother John and by dr. Jebb, ed. by J.E.B ... - Side vii
av John Ferrar, Jebb - 1855 - 396 sider
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Red-letter Poems by English Men and Women

Thomas Young Crowell - 1885 - 648 sider
...bed of reverend snow? Warm thoughts, free spirits, flattering Winter's self into a spring? In some would'st see a man that can Live to be old, and still...with soft flowers; And when life's sweet fable ends, Soul and body part like friends; No quarrels, murmurs, no delay — A kiss, a sigh, and so — away;...
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A biographical history of English literature

John Daniel Morell - 1885
...bed of reverend snow4 ? Warm thoughts, free6 spirits fluttering Winter's self into a spring ? In sum, wouldst see a man that can Live to be old, and still...wings, stuck with soft flowers } And when life's sweet fable6 ends, Soul and body part like friends ; No quarrels, murmurs, no delay ; A kiss, a sigh, and...
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Red-letter Poems by English Men and Women

Thomas Young Crowell - 1885 - 648 sider
...bed of reverend snow ? Warm thoughts, free spirits, flattering Winter's self into a spring? In some would'st see a man that can Live to be old, and still a man ? ЛVhose Jatest and must leaden hours, Fall with soft wings stuck with soft flowers; And when life's...
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Poems of Richard Crashaw

Richard Crashaw - 1887 - 85 sider
...thoughts, free spirits, flattering Winter's self into a Spring ? In sum, wouldst see a man that can 45 Live to be old, and still a man ? Whose latest, and...sweet fable ends, His soul and body part like friends : 50 No quarrels, murmurs, no delay : A kiss, a sigh, and so away ? This rare one, Reader, wouldst...
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The Medical World, Volum 7

1889
...it, and yet may truly be called temperate ; and there is no tangible proof that such a man may not live to be old, and still a man " Whose latest and most leaden hours Fall with soft wings, struck with soft flowers ; When life's sweet fable ends, Soul and body part like friends ; No quarrels,...
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English Poetry and Poets

Sarah Warner Brooks - 1890 - 506 sider
...reverend snow ; Warm thoughts, free spirits flattering Winter's self into a Spring ? In sum, wonldst see a man that can Live to be old, and still a man...with soft flowers ; And when life's sweet fable ends, Soul and body part like friends, — No quarrels, murmurs, no delay ; A kiss, a sigh, and so away....
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The Heriots

Sir Henry Stewart Cunningham - 1890 - 307 sider
...into dire disgrace. You must reward me with a valse.' CHAPTER XII AN OLD LADY'S SERMON ' A man, who can Live to be old, and still a man ; Whose latest...hours Fall with soft wings, stuck with soft flowers j And when life's short fable ends, Soul and body part as friends ; No quarrels, murmurs, no delay...
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The Household Book of Poetry

Charles Anderson Dana - 1890 - 862 sider
...of reverend snow t Warm thoughts, free spirits flattering Winter's self into a spring t — In sum, wouldst see a man that can Live to be old, and still a maní Whose latest and most leaden hours Fall with soft wings, stuck with soft flowers ; And when life's...
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Nicholas Ferrar: His Household and His Friends

Jane Frances Mary Carter - 1893 - 331 sider
...of reverend snow ? Warm thoughts, free spirits, flattering Winter's self into a spring ? — In sum, wouldst see a man that can Live to be old, and still...with soft flowers, And when life's sweet fable ends, Ilis soul and body part like friends ; No quarrels, murmurs, no delay ; A kiss, a sigh, and so away...
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A Thousand and One Gems of English Poetry

Charles Mackay - 1896 - 633 sider
...bed of reverend snow ? Warm thoughts, free spirits, flattering Winter's self into a spring ! In some would'st see a man that can Live to be old, and still...with soft flowers ; And when life's sweet fable ends, Soul and body part like friends ; No quarrels, murmurs, no delay — A kiss, a sigh, and so — away...
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