Good-nature: or, Sensibility, and others tales

A.K. Newman and Company, 1822 - 806 Seiten

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Seite 205 - ... the foliage o'er the snowy lawn ; To guide the pencil, turn the tuneful page ; To lend new flavour to the fruitful year, And heighten Nature's dainties; in their race To rear their graces into second life ; To give society its highest taste...
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Seite 158 - So oft have tripp'd in her fantastic train, With hearts as gay, and faces half as fair : For she was fair beyond your brightest bloom ; (This envy owns, since now her bloom is fled ;) Fair as the forms that, wove in Fancy's loom, Float in light vision round the poet's head.
Seite 271 - Hence, dear sad ideas ! Destroyers hence ! And dare you tempt me still, Perfidious Sirens! in that very moment When your false charms have wreck'd my peace for ever ? Oh, Nature ! wherefore, Nature, are we form'd One contradiction ? the continual sport Of fighting powers ? Oh ! wherefore hast thou sown Such war within us, such unequal conflict, Between slow reason and impetuous passion ? Passion resistless hurries us away, Ere lingering reason to our aid can come, And to upbraid us then it only serves....

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