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" Yes, dear one, to the envied train Of those around thy homage pay; But wilt thou never kindly deign To think of him that's far away ? Thy form, thine eye, thine angel smile, For many years I may not see; But wilt thou not sometimes the while, My sister... "
The Poets of America - Page 47
edited by - 1842 - 326 pages
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Poets of America: With Occasional Notes

George Barrell Cheever - American poetry - 1849 - 405 pages
...believe—but dark seas roll between. ' 250 cheever's poets of America To a Sister.—Edward Everett. Yes, dear one, to the envied train Of those around...form, thine eye, thine angel smile, For many years 1 may not see ; But wilt thou not sometimes the while, My sister dear, remember me ? But not in Fashion's...
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Flora's Interpreter and Fortuna Flora

Sarah Josepha Buell Hale - American poetry - 1852 - 288 pages
...train Of those around, thy homa¿e pay; But wilt thou never kindly deign To think of him that ‘s far away? Thy form, thine eye, thine angel smile,...sometimes the while, My sister, dear, remember me? * * * * * * * Remember me, I pray—but not In Flora's gay and blooming hour, When every brake hath...
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The Oasis: Or, Golden Leaves of Friendship

N. L. Ferguson - Gift books - 1855 - 272 pages
...our Annie ? The fond one had flown With her Willie from church to a cot of their own. TO A SISTER. YES, dear one, to the envied train Of those around...not, sometimes the while, My sister dear, remember me ? But not in fashion's brilliant hall, Surrounded by the gay and fair, And thou the fairest of them...
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Lillies and Violets: Or Thoughts in Prose and Verse, on the True Graces of ...

Rosalie Bell - English literature - 1855 - 442 pages
...to see How few are left to weep with me." 17 MY SISTER DEAR, REMEMBER ME. 3EMoarli •Ebtrcit. ¥ES, dear one, to the envied train Of those around, thy...think of him that's far away ? Thy form, thine eye, thy angel smile, For many years I may not see; But wilt thou not sometimes the while, My sister dear,...
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The Poets and Poetry of America

Rufus Wilmot Griswold - American poetry - 1855 - 622 pages
...dead; Unknown to erring or to suffering fame, So I may leave a pure though humble name. TO A SISTER. Yes, dear one, to the envied train Of those around,...never kindly deign To think of him that's far away 1 Thy form, thine eye, thine angel smile, For many years I may not see ; But wilt thou not sometimes...
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The Oasis: Or, Golden Leaves of Friendship

Gift books - 1856 - 272 pages
...our Annie ? The fond one had flown With her Willie from church to a cot of their own. TO A SISTER. YES, dear one, to the envied train Of those around...not, sometimes the while, My sister dear, remember me ? But not in fashion's brilliant hall, Surrounded by the gay and fair, And thou the fairest of them...
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The Poets and Poetry of America

Rufus Wilmot Griswold - American poetry - 1856 - 622 pages
...Unknown to erring or to suffering fame, So I may leave a pure though humble name. TO A SISTER. Yks, dear one, to the envied train Of those around, thy...never kindly deign To think of him that's far away 1 Thy form, thine eye, thine angel smile, For many years I may not see ; But wilt thou not sometimes...
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The Poets and Poetry of America

Rufus Wilmot Griswold - American poetry - 1856 - 622 pages
...Unknown to erring or to suffering fame, 80 I may leave a pure though humble паше. TO A SISTER. YE», dear one, to the envied train Of those around, thy...thou never kindly deign To think of him that's far kway t Thy form, thine eye, thine angel smile, For many years I may not see ; But wilt (bou not sometimes...
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The Young Lady's Own Book: an Offering of Love and Sympathy

Gift books - 1864 - 416 pages
...see How few are left to weep with me." 17 386 MY SISTER DEAR, REMEMBER ME. ■EMnarU EStntt. ¥ES, dear one, to the envied train Of those around, thy...think of him that's far away ? Thy form, thine eye, thy angel smile, For many years 1 may not see; But wilt thou not sometimes the while. My sister dear,...
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Crown Jewels, Or Gems of Literature, Art and Music: Being Choice Selections ...

Henry Davenport Northrop - American literature - 1888 - 632 pages
...sleep my pretty one, sleep. ALFRED TENNYSON. ï\ TO A SISTER. TV ES. dear one, to the envied train A Of those around thy homage pay ; •^ But wilt thou...form, thine eye, thine angel smile, For many years 1 may not see ; But wilt thou not sometimes the while, My sister dear, remember me ? But not in fashion's...
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