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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
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The poetical works of Samuel T. Coleridge

Samuel Taylor [poetical works] Coleridge - 1882
...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, Nay now, be friends with me. Coun. It is not yet so far gone. Thek. I believe you. Coun. Did you suppose...

Life, Letters, and Writings, Nide 6

Charles Lamb - 1882
...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."...

The cottage girl; or, The marriage day

Mary Bennett - 1884
...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." Coleridge. RUTH walked three miles at a quick pace, when a London waggon turning into the road, the...

Poems, Plays and Miscellaneous Essays of Charles Lamb

Charles Lamb - 1884 - 408 sivua
...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.'" Whether this was Lamb's first draft, or whether it is Lamb's version revised by Coleridge, cannot now...

Romances and dramas

Friedrich Schiller - 1884
...greenwood moan I Billows are breaking, the damsel's heart aching, Thus in the dark night she slngeth alone, Her eye upward roving : The world is empty,...surely, In this world plainly all seemeth amiss ; To thv heaven. Holy One. take home thy little one, I hare partaken of all earth's bliss, Both living and...

Poems, Plays and Miscellaneous Essays

Charles Lamb - 1888 - 408 sivua
...damsel's heart aching, Thus in the dark night she singeth alone, Her eye upward roving : ' The world ia empty, the heart is dead surely, In this world plainly...partaken of all earth's bliss Both living and loving.'" Whether this was Lamb's first draft, or whether it is Lamb's version revised by Coleridge, cannot now...

The Poetical Works of Samuel Taylor Coleridge

Samuel Taylor Coleridge - 1893 - 667 sivua
...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. ' [Note of STC 1800, etc.] The text here differs from that printed by Lamb in Works, 1818, i. 42, and...

Poems, Plays and Miscellaneous Essays of Charles Lamb

Charles Lamb - 1893 - 408 sivua
...aching, Thus in the dark night she singeth alone, Her eye upward roving : ' The world is empty, the Leart is dead surely, In this world plainly all seemeth...partaken of all earth's bliss Both living and loving.'" Whether this was Lamb's first draft, or whether it is Larab'a version revised by Coleridge, cannot...

Wallenstein: ein Trauerspiel

Friedrich Schiller - 1894
...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. CHARLES LAMB. (f) The cloud doth gather, the greenwood roar, The damsel paces along the shore ; The...

Modern German Literature

Benjamin Willis Wells - 1895 - 406 sivua
...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,...One, take home thy little one, I have partaken of all earthly bliss, Both living and loving.' " duty and readiness of sacrifice, sees that the tragic end...




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