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" My former thoughts returned : the fear that kills ; And hope that is unwilling to be fed ; Cold, pain, and labor, and all fleshly ills ; And mighty Poets in their misery dead. "
Macmillan's Magazine - Page 218
1886
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From Richard Brinsley Sheridan to Thomas Hardy

Robert Shafer - English literature - 1931
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The Nathaniel Hawthorne Journal

1980
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The Literature of England

Eric Gillett
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The Fireside annual [afterw.] pictorial annual [formerly Our own fireside ...

Fireside pictorial annual - 1883
...him that he lives by gathering leeches. Then the poet continues : — " My former thoughts returned : the fear that kills, And hope that is unwilling to be fed ; Cold, pain, and labonr, and all fleshy ills ; And mighty poets in their misery dead. But now, perplexed by what the...
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Wordsworth

Frederic William Henry Myers - 1925 - 189 pages
...actual experience. Wordsworth, walking on the moors, and suddenly depressed from the summit of joy to "the fear that kills, and hope that is unwilling to be fed ", meets an old man gathering leeches from the pools : neither age nor toil can force bitterness or...
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