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" Earth Reposes in the sun-set. Let me gaze At the great vision ere it pass ; for now The day-god hovers o'er the western hill, And sheds his last fond ray. Farewell ! farewell ! Who givest beauty to the cloud, and light — Joy, music, to the earth ! And... "
Dartmoor, a descriptive poem, with notes by W. Burt - Page 97
by Nicholas Toms Carrington - 1826
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The Literary magnet of the belles lettres, science, and the fine arts, ed ...

Tobias Merton (pseud) - 1826
...sun, — until They reach the utmost West. The lark is up Exulting in the bright blue heaven ; — the streams Leap wantonly adown the laughing slopes...And must yon tints And shapes divine which thou hast formed, decay, — The mountain, and the temple, and the tower, That float in yonder fields of air...
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The Literary magnet of the belles lettres, science, and the fine arts, ed ...

1829
...sun, — until They reach the utmost West. The lark is up Exulting in the bright blue heaven ; — the streams Leap wantonly adown the laughing slopes...And must yon tints And shapes divine which thou hast formed, decay, — The mountain, and the temple, and the tower, That float in yonder fields of air...
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The collected poems of ... N.T. Carrington, ed. by H.E. Carrington

Nicholas Toms Carrington - 1834
...of bells, Far borne by Auster's welcome gale, is heard ; All else is mute,—silently happy,—Earth Reposes in the sunset. Let me gaze At the great vision...Farewell! farewell! Who givest beauty to the cloud, and lightJoy, music, to the earth ! And must the tints And shapes divine which thou hast form'd, decay,—...
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The seasons of life; with an introduction on the creation and primeval state ...

Mary Ashdowne - 1839
...glory of to-morrow's circuit. " Let me gaze At the great vision tie it pass ; for now The day- god hovers o'er the western hill, And sheds his last fond...That float in yonder fields of air ; — the isles Of all-surpassing loveliness, and seas Of glorious emerald, that seem to flow Around the gold-fringed...
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The universal class-book: a ser. of reading lessons

1844
...yonder western sky bespeaks him still lingering, to tell the returning glory of to-morrow's circuit. " Let me gaze At the great vision ere it pass ; for...temple, and the tower, That float in yonder fields of air;—the isles Of all-surpassing loveliness, and seas Of glorious emerald, that seem to flow Around...
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Beauties of Modern British Poetry: Systematically Arranged ...

David Grant - English poetry - 1865 - 416 pages
...— silently happy, — earth ~;;-^ - '-...., ttf.-' | Reposes in the sunset. — Let me gaze At the1 great vision ere it pass ; for now The day-god hovers...And must yon tints And shapes divine which thou hast formed, decay : — The mountain, and the temple, and the tower, That float in yonder fields of air;—...
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The beauties of modern British poetry, systematically arranged by D. Grant

David Grant (of Aberdeen) - 1871
...sun, — until They reach the utmost west. The lark is up Exulting in the bright blue heaven ; — the streams Leap wantonly adown the laughing slopes...And must yon tints And shapes divine which thou hast formed, decay : — The mountain, and the temple, and the tower, That float in yonder fields of air;...
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The West Country Garland: Selected from the Writings of the Poets of Devon ...

Richard Nicholls Worth - English poetry - 1875 - 176 pages
...aid — dishonoured — old — Dreary in aspect silently decays The lonely Wood of Wistman. ***** Earth Reposes in the sunset. Let me gaze At the great...And must yon tints And shapes divine which thou hast formed decay — The mountain, and the temple, and the tower That float in yonder fields of air ; the...
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A Thousand Thoughts from Various Authors

Arthur B. Davison - English literature - 1880 - 374 pages
...the sun, until They reach the utmost west. The lark is up Exulting in the bright blue heaven ; — the streams Leap wantonly adown the laughing slopes...and light — Joy, music, to the earth ! And must the tints And shapes divine which thou hast formed, decay? The mountain, and the temple, and the tower,...
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