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" Tell how, disdaining all earth can give, He would have taught men, from wisdom's pages, The way to live. And tell how trampled, derided, hated, And worn by weakness, disease, and wrong, He fled for shelter to God, who mated His soul with song... "
Ignorant Essays - Página 141
por Richard Dowling - 1888 - 195 páginas
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Romances and Ballads of Ireland

Hercules Ellis - 1850 - 432 páginas
...how, disdaining all earth can give, He would have taught men, from wisdom's pages, The way to live. V. And tell how trampled, derided, hated, And worn by...alway, sublime or vapid, Flowed like a rill in the morning-beam, Perchance not deep, but intense and rapid — A mountain stream. Tell how this Nameless,...
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Romances and Ballads of Ireland

Hercules Ellis - 1850 - 432 páginas
...gloom, No star of all heaven sends to light our Path to the tomb. Roll on, my song, and to after ages V. And tell how trampled, derided, hated, And worn by...for shelter to GOD, who mated His soul with song— VI. With song which alway, sublime or vapid, Flowed like a rill in the morning-beam, Perchance not...
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Poems

James Clarence Mangan - 1859 - 460 páginas
...how, disdaining all earth can give, He would have taught men, from wisdom's pages, The way to live. And tell how trampled, derided, hated, And worn by...fled for shelter to GOD, who mated His soul with song — Perchance not deep, but intense and rapid — A mountain stream. Tell how this Nameless, condemned...
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Poems, with biographical intr. by J. Mitchel

James Clarence Mangan - 1859
...how, disdaining all earth can give, He would have taught men, from wisdom's pages, The way to live. And tell how trampled, derided, hated, And worn by...fled for shelter to GOD, who mated His soul with song — Perchance not deep, but intense and rapid — A mountain stream. Tell how this Nameless, condemned...
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The Afternoon Lectures on English Literature, Delivered in the Theatre of ...

Robert Henry Martley, Richard Denny Urlin - 1863 - 252 páginas
...perhaps, that could be given. "His foul," he fays, " had been mated — " With fong which alway, fublime or vapid, Flowed like a rill in the morning beam, Perchance not deep, but intenfe and rapid — A mountain ftream." Yet there is no abfence of finifh perceptible, and fuch was...
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The Christian Examiner, Volumen79

1865
...taught men, from Wisdom's pages, The way to live. And tell how, trampled, derided, hated, And wwrn by weakness, disease, and wrong, He fled for shelter...deep, but intense and rapid, — A mountain stream. Tell how this Nameless, condemned for years long To herd with demons from hell beneath, Saw things...
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Poems

James Clarence Mangan - 1866 - 460 páginas
...how, disdaining all earth can give, He would have taught men, from wisdom's pages, The way to live. And tell how trampled, derided, hated, And worn by...alway, sublime or vapid, Flowed like a rill in the morning-beam, Perchance not deep, but intense and rapid — A mountain stream. Tell how this Nameless,...
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Tinsley's Magazine, Volumen30

1882
...how, disdaining all earth can give. He would have taught men from wisdom's pages The way to live. v. And tell how, trampled, derided, hated, And worn by...fled for shelter to God, who mated His soul with song — VI. With song which alway, sublime or vapid, Flowed like a rill in the morning beam, Perchance...
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The Christian Examiner, Volumen79

1865
...how, disdaining all earth can give, He would have taught men, from Wisdom's pages, The way to live. And tell how, trampled, derided, hated, And worn by...and wrong, He fled for shelter to GOD, who mated His .-mil with song : With song which alway, sublime or vapid, Flowed like a rill in the morning beam ;...
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De La Salle Monthly: A Catholic Magazine, Volumen9

1873
...years enriched the pages of his Ireland's literature " With song, which alway, sublime or vapid, Plowed like a rill in the morning beam, Perchance not deep, but intense and rapid — A mounIain stream." The Dublin and Irish penny journals, the Irishman, the Nation, and that leader of...
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