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" SONNET TO CHARLES DIODATI. CHARLES — and I say it wond'ring — thou mast know That I, who once assum'da scornful air, And scofTd at love, am fall'n in his snare, (Full many an upright man has fallen so) Yet think me not thus dazzled by the flow Of... "
Cowper's Milton [the poetical works, with life, notes and tr. by W. Cowper ... - Sivu 300
tekijä(t) John Milton - 1810
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The Port Folio, Nide 6

1811
...wondering-, thou must know That 'J, who once assum'da scornful air, And scoff 'd at Love, am fallen in liis snare: Full many an upright man has fallen so. Yet...by the flow Of golden locks, or damask cheek; more ram The heart-felt beauties of my foreign fair; A mien majestic, with dark brows, that show The tranquil...

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William Cowper - 1815
...wond'ring — thou must know That I, who once assum'da scornful air. And scoff' d at love, am fallen in his snare, (Full many an upright man has fallen...Yet think me not thus dazzled by the flow Of golden looks, or damask cheek; more rare The heart-felt beauties of my foreign fair ; A mien majestic, with...

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William Cowper - 1818 - 299 sivua
...scornful air, Ar.d scoff 'd at love, am fall'n in his snare, (Full many an upright man has fallen so) Ye think me not thus dazzled by the flow Of golden locks,...rare The heart-felt beauties of my foreign fair ; A mein majestic, with dark brows, that show The tranquil lustre of a lofty mind ; Words exquisite, of...

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...scornful air, And scoff 'd at love, am fallen in his snare. (Full many an upright man has fallen so) Vet think me not thus dazzled by the flow Of golden locks, or damask check ; more rare The heart-felt beauties of my foreign fair ; Л mien majestic, with dark brows, that...

Poems, Nide 3

William Cowper - 1826
...it wond'ring—thou must know That I, who once assum'da scornful air, And scoiTd at love, am fall'n in his snare, (Full many an upright man has fallen...The heart-felt beauties of my foreign fair; A mien majestick, with dark brows that show The tranquil lustre of a lofty mind ; Words exquisite, of idioms...

Poems, in Three Volumes: Vol. III Containing His Posthumous Poetry ..., Nide 3

William Cowper - 1826 - 312 sivua
...wond'ring — thou must know That I, who once assum'da scornful air, And scoff'd at love, am fall'n in his snare, (Full many an upright man has fallen...The heart-felt beauties of my foreign fair ; A mien majestick, with dark brows that show The tranquil lustre of a lofty mind ; Words exquisite, of idioms...

The romance of biography: or, Memoirs of women loved and celebrated ..., Nide 1

Mrs. Jameson (Anna) - 1837
...wondering, — thou must know That I, who once assumed a scornful air, And scoffed at Love, am fallen into his snare; (Full many an upright man has fallen so.)...thus dazzled by the flow Of golden locks, or damask rose ; more rare The heartfelt beauties of my foreign fair ! A mien majestic, with dark brows, that...

Poems, Nide 3

William Cowper - 1841
...wond'ring — thou mast know That I, who once assum'da scornful air, And scofTd at love, am fall'n in his snare, (Full many an upright man has fallen...The heart-felt beauties of my foreign fair ; A mien majestick, with dark brows that show The tranquil lustre of a lofty mind ; Words exquisite, of idioms...

The book of sonnets, ed by A.M. Woodford

A. Montagu Woodford - 1841
...wondering—thou must know That I, who once assumed a scornful air, And scoffed at Love, am fallen into his snare; (Full many an upright man has fallen so.)...thus dazzled by the flow Of golden locks, or damask rose; more rare The heartfelt beauties of my foreign fair! A mien majestic, with dark brows, that show...

Memoirs of the Loves of the Poets: Biographical Sketches of Women Celebrated ...

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...wondering,—.thou must know That I, who once assumed a scornful air, And scoffed at Love, am fallen into his snare; (Full many an upright man has fallen so.)...thus dazzled by the flow Of golden locks, or damask rose; more rare The heartfelt beauties of my foreign fair ! A mien majestic, with dark brows, that...




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