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" But when the stalk is snapt, the rose must bend. The tallest flower that skyward rears its head Grows from the common ground, and there must shed Its delicate petals. Cruel fate, too surely, That they should find so base a bridal bed, Who lived in virgin... "
Tait's Edinburgh Magazine - Page 270
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The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal, Volume 94

1851
...they should find so base a bridal bed, Who lived in virgin pride, so sweetly and purely.. 4 She had a brother, and a tender father, And she was loved,...all were glad to look on, men and maids, Yet no one claim'd — as oft in dewy glades The peering primrose, like a sudden gladness, Gleams on the soul...
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Poems, Volume 1

Hartley Coleridge - 1833 - 157 pages
...lived in virgin pride, so sweet and purely. She had a brother, and a tender father, And she was lov'd, but not as others are From whom we ask return of love, — but rather As one might love a dream ; a phantom-fair Of something exquisitely strange and rare, Which all were glad to look on, men and maids,...
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Poems, Volume 1

Hartley Coleridge - 1833 - 157 pages
...in virgin pride, so sweet and purely. 40 She had a brother, and a tender father, And she was lov'd, but not as others are From whom we ask return of love, — but rather As one might love a dream ; a phantom-fair Of something exquisitely strange and rare, Which all were glad to look on, men and maids,...
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American Quarterly Review, Volume 20

Robert Walsh - 1836
...and a tender father, And she was lov'd, but not as others are From whom we ask return of love,—but rather As one might love a dream ; a phantom fair...all were glad to look on, men and maids, Yet no one claim'd—as ot't, in dewy glades The peering primrose, like a sudden gladness, Gleams on the soul—yet...
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Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, Volume 24

John Holmes Agnew, Walter Hilliard Bidwell - American periodicals - 1851
...they should find so base a bridal bed, Who lived in virgin pride, so sweetly and purely. " She had a brother, and a tender father, And she was loved,...all were glad to look on, men and maids, Yet no one claim'd — as oft in dewy glades The peering primrose, like a sudden gladness, Gleams on the soul...
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Poems, Volume 1

Hartley Coleridge, Derwent Coleridge - 1851
...That they should find so base a bridal bed, Who lived in virgin pride, so sweet and purely. She had a brother, and a tender father, And she was loved,...love, — but rather As one might love a dream ; a phantom-fair Of something exquisitely strange and rare, Which all were glad to look on, men and maids,...
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The Living Age ..., Volume 31

1851
...That they should find so base a bridal bed, Who lived in virgin pride, so sweetly and purely. She had a brother, and a tender father, And she was loved,...return of love — but rather As one might love a dreum ; a phantom fair Of something exquisitely strange and rare, \Vhich all were glad to look on,...
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My first grief; or, Recollections of a beloved sister, by a provincial ...

Charles Beckett - 1852
...FIRST GRIEF; OR, RECOLLECTIONS OF A BELOVED SISTK1J. 51 J&mm nnfr BY A PROVINCIAL SURGEON. " She had a brother and a tender father, And she was loved,...glad to look on, men and maids, Yet no one claimed." HARTLEY COLERTDGE. BATH: BINNS AND GOODWIN. LONDON: JAMES NISBET AND CO. EDINBURGH : OLIVER AND BOYD....
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Lives of the Illustrious: (the Biographical Magazine)., Volume 1

Biography - 1852
...That thoy should fmd so baso a bridal bed, Who lived in virgin pride, so sweet and purely. Sho had a brother, and a tender father. And she was loved, but not as others aro From whom wo ask return of lovo, but rather As ono might lovo a dream ; a phantom fuir Of something...
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Lives of the Illustrious, Volumes 1-2

1856
...That they should find so base a bridal bed, Who lived in virgin pride, so sweet and purely. She had a brother, and a tender father. And she was loved,...sudden gladness, Gleams on the soul, yet unregarded fudes ; The joy is ours, but all its own the sadness. 'Tis vain to say, her worst of grief is only...
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