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" The cavern doth mutter, the greenwood moan ; Billows are breaking, the damsel's heart aching, Thus in the dark night she singeth alone, Her eye upward roving : The world is empty, the heart is dead surely, In this world plainly all seemeth amiss ; To... "
The Poetical Works of S.T. Coleridge: Including the Dramas of Wallenstein ... - Sivu 107
tekijä(t) Samuel Taylor Coleridge - 1828
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...breaking, the damsel's heart aching, Thus by herself she singeth alone, Weeping right plenteously. " s we certainly should have done) would the sight of those old tombs hav seemcth amiss : To thy breast, holy one, take now thy little one, I have had earnest of all earth's...

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...greenwood moan ; Billows are breaking, the damsel's heart aching, Thus in the dark night she singeth alone, Her eye upward roving : The world is empty,...To thy heaven, Holy One, take home thy little one, Coun. His! His father ! his ! But yours, niece, what of yours ? Thek. Why I begin to think you fear...

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...greenwood moan ; Billows are breaking1, the damsel's heart aching, Thus in the dark night she singeth alone, Her eye upward roving: The world is empty,...is dead surely, . , ;'; In this world plainly all seemcth amiss ; To thy heaven, Holy One, take home thy little one, I have partaken of all earth's bliss,...

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...greenwood moan ; Billnwi are breaking, the damsel's heart aching, Thus in the dark night she sinieth alone, Her eye upward roving: The world is empty, the heart is dend surely, In this world plainly nil seemeth amies; To thy heaven, Holy One. take home thy little...

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...greenwood moan ; Billows are breaking, the damsel's heart aching, Thus in the dark night she singeth alone, Her eye upward roving: The world is empty,...To thy heaven, Holy One, take home thy little one, He's of an ancient Lombard family, Son of a reigning princess. Coun. Are you dreaming ? Talking in...

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...greenwood moan ; Billows are breaking, the damsel.s heart aching, Thus in the dark night she singeth alone, Her eye upward roving: The world is empty,...dead surely, In this world plainly all seemeth amiss ; « Thek. (rising). And what mean you ? Conn. I mean, niece, that you should not have forgotten Who...

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...breaking, the damsel's heart aching, Thus by herself she singeth alone, Weeping right plenteously. " The world is empty, the heart is dead, surely, In this world plainly all seemeth amiss : To thy breast, holy one, take now thy little one, I have had earnest of all earth's bliss, Living right lovingly."...

Rosamund Gray, Essays, Letters, and Poems

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...breaking, the damsel's heart aching, Thus by herself she singeth alone, Weeping right plenteously. " The world is empty, the heart is dead surely, In this world plainly all seemeth amiss ; To thy breast, holy one, take now thy little one, I have had earnest of all earth's bliss, Living right lovingly."...

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...greenwood moan ; Billows are breaking, the damsel's heart aching, Thus in the dark night she singeth alone, Her eye upward roving : The world is empty,...partaken of all earth's bliss, Both living and loving. Thek. Well— and what farther ? Goun. "What ? a pretty question ! TheTc. He was lorn that which we...

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...greenwood moan ; Billows are breaking, the damsel's heart aching, Thus in the dark night she singeth alone, Her eye upward roving : The world is empty, the heart is dead surely, Thek. Well— and what farther ? Coun. What ? a pretty question ! Thek. He was born that which we have...




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