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" ... spheres. I would I had an angel's ear to list That melody. I would that I might float Up in that boundless element, and feel Its ravishing vibrations, like the pulse Beating in heaven ! My spirit is athirst For music — rarer music ! I would bathe... "
Memoir of Miss Elizabeth T. Read, of New Bedford, Mass., who Died at the ... - Page 65
by John Stevens Cabot Abbott - 1847 - 221 pages
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Fugitive Poetry

Nathaniel Parker Willis - American poetry - 1829 - 91 pages
...athirst For music — rarer music ! I would bathe My soul in a serener atmosphere Than this ! I long, long to mingle with the flock Led by the " living waters," and lie down In the " green pastures" of the better land ! When wilt thou break, dull fetter ! When shall...
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The New Mirror, Volume 2

1843
...serener atmosphere Than this ; I long lo mingle with the flock Led by the ' living waters,' and lo stray In the ' green pastures' of the better land ! When wilt thou break, dull fetter ! When shall I Gallier my wings, and like a rushing thought Stretch onward, star by star, up inlo Heaven ! Thus mused...
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The New Mirror, Volume 2

George Pope Morris, Nathaniel Parker Willis - 1843
...Beating in Heaven ! My spirit is athirst For music — rarer music ! 1 would bathe My soul in a eerencr atmosphere Than this ; I long to mingle with the flock Led by the ' living waterę,' and to stray In the * green pastures' of the belter land ! When wilt thuu break, dull fetter!...
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The New Mirror, Volume 1

George Pope Morris, Nathaniel Parker Willis - 1843
...! I would hathe My soul in a serener atmosphere Than this ; I long to mingle with the flock Led hy the ' living waters,' and to stray In the ' green pastures' of the hetter land ! When wilt thou hreak, dull tetter ! When shall I Gather my wings, and like a rushing...
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Poems of Early and After Years

Nathaniel Parker Willis - American poetry - 1848 - 410 pages
...Beating in heaven ! My spirit is athirst For music — rarer music ! I would bathe My soul in a serener atmosphere Than this ; I long to mingle with the flock...thought Stretch onward, star by star, up into heaven !" Thus mused Alethe. She was one to whom Life had been like the witching of a dream, Of an untroubled...
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Sacred Poems

Nathaniel Parker Willis - Bible - 1859 - 256 pages
...Beating in heaven! My spirit is athirst For music — rarer music! I would bathe My soul in a serener atmosphere Than this ; I long to mingle with the flock...thought Stretch onward, star by star, up into heaven !" Thus mused Alethe. She was one to whom Life had been like the witching of a dream, Of an untroubled...
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The Western Literary Messenger, Volume 10

1848
...in heaven! My spirit isalhiret For inuiic— rarer шия!е! I would bathe My во nl in a fcrener atmosphere Than this ; I long to mingle with the flock Led by the • livi.ig witter л.' atid U etrny In the 'green pvtim'e' of the belter Kind ! When wilt itinu break,...
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The Mother's Assistant and Young Lady's Friend, Volumes 14-15

Child rearing - 1849
...holier, where the mind will no longer be encumbered with any thing earthly. " We long to mingle in the flock led by the living waters, And to stray in the green pastures of the better land; " for we feel that in that blissful place pure spirits dwell ; and there the mind will ever progress...
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Sacred Poems

Nathaniel Parker Willis - Bible - 1850 - 126 pages
...Beating in heaven! My spirit is athirst For music — rarer music ! I would bathe My soul in a serener atmosphere Than this ; I long to mingle with the flock...land ! When wilt thou break, dull fetter! When shall 1 Gather my wings, and like a rushing thought Stretch onward, star by star, up into heaven !" Thus...
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The poems, sacred, passionate, and humorous, of Nathaniel Parker Willis

Nathaniel Parker Willis - 1856 - 352 pages
...rarer music ! I would bathe My soul in a serener atmosphere Than this ; I long to mingle with the (lock Led by the 'living waters,' and to stray In the 'green...thought Stretch onward, star by star, up into heaven !" Thus mused Alethc. She was one to whom Life had been like the witching of a dream, Of an untroubled...
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