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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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Golden Numbers: Poems for Children and Young People

Kate Douglas Smith Wiggin - American poetry - 1902 - 686 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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Golden Number: A Book of Verse for Youth

Mrs. Kate Douglas (Smith) Wiggins, Nora Archibald Smith - American poetry - 1916 - 686 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 JJow morning from...
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Golden Numbers: A Book of Verse for Youth

Kate Douglas Smith Wiggin, Nora Archibald Smith - American 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 a flock of rooks at' a 'f aVmer's gin, Night's dreams and tprVbrsr. every one", •'• Fled from the brains which are its...
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Three Years with the Poets: A Text-book of Poetry to be Memorized by ...

English poetry - 1904 - 247 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...terrors, every one Fled from the brains which are its prey, From the lamp's death to the morning ray. A SEA-SONG ALLAN CUNNINGHAM A wet sheet and a flowing...
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The Complete Works of Percy Bysshe Shelley, Volume 6

Percy Bysshe Shelley - 1905
...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...their prey From the lamp's death to the morning ray. 296 The Boat on the Serchio All rose to do the task He set to each, Who shaped us to his ends and not...
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The Modern Language Review, Volume 1

John George Robertson, Charles Jasper Sisson - Languages, Modern - 1905
...rest.' Of. Hellas, 26, So thou might'st win one hour of quiet sleep. (42) The Boat on the Serchio, 30 : All rose to do the task He set to each, Who shaped us to His ends and not our own. This is, I think, the most decidedly ' theistic ' passage in Shelley (I do not know, by the way, where...
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The Modern Language Review, Volume 1

John George Robertson, Charles Jasper Sisson - Languages, Modern - 1906
...rest.' Cf. Hellas, 26, So thou might'st win one hour of quiet sleep. (42) The Boat on the Serchio, 30 : All rose to do the task He set to each, Who shaped us to His ends and not our own. read it without surprise. It has a curious resemblance to the passage at the opening of the Triumph...
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With Shelley in Italy: Being a Selection of the Poems and Letters of Percy ...

Percy Bysshe Shelley - Italy - 1905 - 293 pages
...also some fundamental features of Shelley's thought. Surely no " atheist" he who wrote: — " . /// rose to do the task He set to each Who shaped us to His ends and not our own." Here news reached them of the death of John Keats at Rome. Sympathy with a brother-poet whose treatment...
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With Shelley in Italy: Being a Selection of the Poems and Letters of Percy ...

Percy Bysshe Shelley - Italy - 1905 - 293 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 flock of rooks at a fanner's gun Night's dreams and terrors, every one, Fled from the brains which are their prey From...
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The Hill Readers

Daniel Harvey Hill, Frank Lincoln Stevens, Charles William Burkett - Readers - 1906
...river's brim, Like lamps which a student forgets to trim; 20 The beetle forgot to wind his horn; The crickets were still in the meadow and hill: Like a...every one, Fled from the brains which are their prey 25 From the lamp's death to the morning ray. DAFFYDOWNDILLY — I NATHANIEL HAWTHORNE Daffydowndilly...
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