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" And prints its image on my wrinkl'd cheeks Those charms of youth that I again may see May it be mine to meet my end in thee And as reward for all my troubles past Find one hope true to die at home at last... "
Poems Descriptive of Rural Life and Scenery - Page 11
by John Clare - 1820 - 222 pages
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The Englishman's fire-side

...once, are o'ei, To warm my soul in extacy no more, By disappointments prov'cl a foolish cheat. Each ending bitter, and beginning sweet; When weary Age...past, Find one hope true — to die at home at last! UNCERTAINTY OF WORLDLY PLEASURES. SINCE in this dreary vale of tears, No certainty but death appears,...
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The Eclectic Review, Volume 13; Volume 31

William Hendry Stowell - 1820
...me once, are o'er, To warm my soul in extacy no more, By disappointments prov'da foolish cheat, Each ending bitter, and beginning sweet ; When weary age...past, Find one hope true — to die at home at last!' pp.5 — 11. For minute fidelity and tastefulness of description, we know scarcely any thing superior...
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The Life of John Clare

Frederick Martin - Agricultural laborers - 1865 - 301 pages
...of verses, he summed up all his aspirations in the one that he should — 'As reward for countless troubles past, Find one hope true : to die at home at last.' Accordingly, when the poet's spirit had fled, the superintendent of the Northampton asylum wrote to...
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Rambles Roundabout: And Poems

George James De Wilde - England - 1872 - 256 pages
...beginning sweet ; When weary age the g-ave a rescue seeks, And prints its image on my wrinkled checks, — Those charms of youth that I again may see, May it...past, Find one hope true — to die at home at last. Clare's removal to Northborough, well intended as it was, was not fortunate in its results. Although...
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Rambles Roundabout: And Poems

George James De Wilde - England - 1872 - 256 pages
...me once are o'er, To warm my soul in extacy no more, By disappointments prov'da foolish cheat, Each ending bitter and beginning sweet ; When weary age...its image on my wrinkled cheeks, — Those charms of yonth that I again may see, May it be mine to meet my end in thee ; And as reward for all my troubles...
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Rambles Roundabout: And Poems

George James De Wilde - 1878 - 256 pages
...me once are o'er, To warm my soul in extacy no more, By disappointments prov'da foolish cheat, Each ending bitter and beginning sweet ; When weary age the grave a rescue seeks, Aud prints its image on my wrinkled checks, — Those charms of youth _that I again may sec, May it...
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John Clare: Selected Poetry and Prose

John Clare, Merryn Williams, Raymond Williams - Poetry - 1986 - 252 pages
...bitter and beginning sweet When weary age the grave a rescue seeks And prints its image on my wrinkl'd cheeks Those charms of youth that I again may see...troubles past Find one hope true to die at home at last So when the traveller uncertain roams On lost roads leading every where but home 180 Each vain desire...
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