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" The time o' greenness, the time o' mowen, When in the hay-vield, wi' zunburnt skin, The vo'k do drink, O, Upon the brink, O, Where thou dost float, goolden zummer clote ! Wi... "
Poems of Rural Life in the Dorset Dialect - Page 62
by William Barnes - 1879 - 467 pages
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volumes 176-177

Early English newspapers - 1844
...cheaks a-blowen, How proud wer I when I vust cood zwim, A/Airt the deep pliace wher thee bist growen, Wi' thy long more vrom the bottom dim ; While cows, knee-high, O, In brook, wer nigh, O, Wher thee dost float, gooldeu zummer clote. Ov al the brooks droo the meads a-winden, Ov al the meads...
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Poems of Rural Life, in the Dorset Dialect: With a Dissertation and Glossary

William Barnes - Country life - 1847 - 411 pages
...cheaks a-blowen, How proud wer I when I vust cood zwim Aftirt the deep pliace wher thee hist growen, Wi' thy long more vrom the bottom dim; While cows, knee-high, O, In brook, wer nigh, O, Wher thee dost float, goolden zummer clote ! Ov all the brooks droo the meads a-winden, Ov all the...
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Living English Poets: MDCCCLXXXII.

English poetry - 1883 - 339 pages
...Where thou dost float, goolden zummer clote ! Wi' earms a-spreaden, an' cheaks a-blowen, How proud wer I when I vu'st could zwim Athirt the pleace where...nwone so feair o' my own heart's vinden, As where the ma'fdens do zee thee swim, An' stan' to teake, O, Wi' long-stemm'd reake, O, Thy flow'r afloat, goolden...
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Living English poets [selections from their works].

English poets - 1883 - 19 pages
...Where thou dost float, goolden zummer clote ! Wi' earms a-spreaden, an' cheaks a-blowen, How proud wer I when I vu'st could zwim Athirt the pleace where...wer nigh, O, Where thou dost float, goolden zummer clotc ! Ov all the brooks drough the meads a-winden, Ov all the meads by a river's brim, There's nwone...
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Select Poems of William Barnes

William Barnes - Dialect poetry, English - 1908 - 196 pages
...cheiiks a-blowen, How proud wer I when I vu'st could zwim Athirt the deep pleace where thou bist growen, Wi' thy long more vrom the bottom dim ; While cows,...meads a-winden, Ov all the meads by a river's brim, so There's nwone so feair o' my own heart's vinden As where the maidens do zee thee zwim, An' stan'...
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