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" And the matin-bell and the mountain bee : Fireflies were quenched on the dewy corn, Glowworms went out on the river's brim Like lamps which a student forgets to trim : The beetle forgot to wind his horn, The crickets were still in the meadow and hill:... "
Somerset House Gazette and Literary Museum, Or, Weekly Miscellany of Fine ... - Page 179
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Five Minutes: Daily Readings of Poetry

1883
...river's brim Like lamps which a student forgets to trim ; The beetle forgot to wind up his horn, The crickets were still in the meadow and hill : Like...to each, Who shaped us to his ends and not our own ; One million rose to learn, and one to teach What none yet ever knew or can be known. SHELLEY, The...
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Five minutes daily readings of poetry, selected by H.L.S. Lear

Five minutes daily readings - American poetry - 1884 - 391 pages
...river's brim Like lamps which a student forgets to trim ; The beetle forgot to wind up his horn, The crickets were still in the meadow and hill : Like...to each, Who shaped us to his ends and not our own ; One million rose to learn, and one to teach What none yet ever knew or can be known. SHELLEY, The...
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Only one other, Volume 1

Frederick Warren - 1885
...a punt or two on the beach to put off to the lugger with breakfast for their fathers or brothers. " Night's dreams and terrors every one Fled from the...the task He set to each Who shaped us to His ends, not to our own ; The million rose to learn, and One to teach What none yet ever knew, nor can be known,...
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The Poetical Works of Percy Bysshe Shelley, Volume 5

Percy Bysshe Shelley - 1892
...river's brim, Like lamps which a student forgets to trim : The beetle forgot to wind his horn, The crickets were still in the meadow and hill: Like a...morning ray. All rose to do the task He set to each, 30 Who shaped us to his ends and not our own ; The million rose to learn, and one to teach What none...
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The Poetical Works of Percy Bysshe Shelley: Given from His Own ..., Volume 2

Percy Bysshe Shelley - 1892
...the river's brim, Like lamps which a student forgets to trim: The beetle forgot to wind his horn, The crickets were still in the meadow and hill: * Like...Night's dreams and terrors, every one, Fled from the bruins which are their prey From the lamp's death to the morning ray. All rose to do the task He set...
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Bards and the Birds

Frederick Nol Paton - Birds - 1894 - 514 pages
...river's brim, Like lamps which a student forgets to trim ; The beetle forgot to wind his horn; The crickets were still in the meadow and hill. Like a...their prey From the lamp's death to the morning ray. SHELLEY. .XL MORNING—AUTUMN a B From "PARADISE REGAINED" AND now the sun with more effectual beams...
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Poetry of the Seasons

English poetry - 1898 - 336 pages
...river's brim, Like lamps which a student forgets to trim : The beetle forgot to wind his horn, The crickets were still in the meadow and hill : Like...their prey, From the lamp's death to the morning ray. — Percy Bysshe Shelley. MORNING. SWEET is the breath of Morn, her rising sweet With charm of earliest...
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The Eagle: A Magazine Support by Members of St. John's College, Volume 20

1899
...Or "The spirit of the worm beneath the sod In lovo and worship blends itself with God." Or, again, " All rose to do the task He set to each Who shaped us to His ends and not our own." We give him too great thanks that in the sublime fragment of the prologue to " Hellas " there is higher...
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The Complete Poetical Works of Percy Bysshe Shelley

Percy Bysshe Shelley - 1901 - 131 pages
...the river's brim, Like lamps which a student forgets to trim; The beetle forgot to wind his horn; The crickets were still in the meadow and hill; Like a...morning ray. All rose to do the task He set to each, 30 Who shaped us to his ends and not our own ; The million rose to learn, and one to teach What none...
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Golden Numbers: A Book of Verse for Youth

Kate Douglas Smith Wiggin, Nora Archibald Smith - Children's poetry - 1902 - 687 pages
...river's brim, Like lamps which a student forgets to trim : The beetle forgot to wind his horn, The crickets were still in the meadow and hill : Like...terrors, every one, Fled from the brains which are its prey, From the lamp's death to the morning ray. PERCY BYSSHE SHELLEY. r Morning Now morning from...
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