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" The brow all of wisdom, and lips all of love; For though he was blooming, and oval of cheek, And youth down his shoulders went smoothing and sleek, Yet his look with the reach of past ages was wise, And the soul of eternity thought through his eyes. "
The Feast of the Poets: With Notes, and Other Pieces in Verse - Page 4
by Leigh Hunt - 1815 - 157 pages
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The Magazine Novels of Pauline Hopkins

Pauline Elizabeth Hopkins - Religion - 1988 - 621 pages
...of our soul. Our sphinx, with passionless features, portrays the dumb suffering of our souls. Their look with the reach of past ages, was wise, And the soul of eternity thought in their eyes. "By divine revelation David beheld the present time, when, after Christ's travail for...
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Selections in Prose and Verse

...Jove, The brow all of wisdom, and lips all of love; For though he was blooming, and oval of cheek, And youth down his shoulders went smoothing and sleek,...And the soul of eternity thought through his eyes. I wouldn't say more, lest my climax should lose; — • Yet now I have mention'd those lamps of the...
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