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" Begins again her lively beauties spread, And with new pride her silken leaves display ; And while the sun doth now more gently play, Lays out her swelling bosom to the smiling day. "
The Purple Island, a Poem - الصفحة 164
بواسطة Phineas Fletcher - 1816 - عدد الصفحات: 190
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Robert Anderson - 1795
...now (he "gan to riff, And with new life confront her heartlcfs ecenx"xxxvni. So have I often fecti a purple flow'r, Fainting through heat, hang down her drooping head, But foon refrefhed with a welcome fhow'r, Begins again her lively beauties fpread, xxxix. Now tnlh they...

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Alexander Chalmers - 1810
...Reviv'd the spirits, that now she 'gan to rise, And with new life confront her heartless enemies. " So have I often seen a purple flow'r, Fainting through heat, hang down her drooping head, But soon refrcshrd with a welcome show'r, Begins again her lively beauties spread, And with new pride her silken...

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Rowland Freeman - 1821
...returns its fearful pace. A Flower fainting with heat. So have I often seen a purple flow'r Faulting with heat, hang down her drooping head, But soon refreshed with a welcome show'r, Begin again her lively beauties spread, And with new pride her silken leaves display : And while the...

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Thomas Curtis - 1829
...helps To betray the heady husbands, rob the easy. Den Jonaon. So have I often seen a purple flower, Fainting through heat, hang down her drooping head. But soon refreshed with a welcome shower, Begins again her lively beauties sprea !, And with new pride her silken leaves display ; And...

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1838
...by which the poet would describe THE REVIVAL OF THE WOUNDED. So hive I often seen a purple flower, Fainting through heat, hang down her drooping head: But soon refreshed with a welcome shower, Begins again her lively beauties spread, And with new pride her silken leaves display: And...

Gems of sacred poetry [ed. by R. Cattermole?].

Gems - 1841
...'gan to rise, And with new life confront her heartless enemies. So have I often seen a purple flower Fainting through heat, hang down her drooping head, But soon refreshed with a welcome shower, Begins again her lively beauties spread, And with new pride her silken leaves display ; And...

Select Poetry: Chiefly Sacred, of the Reign of King James the First

Edward Farr - 1847 - عدد الصفحات: 360
...Reviv'd the spirits, that now she 'gan to rise, And with new life confront her heartlesse enemies. So have I often seen a purple flow'r Fainting through...new pride her silken leaves display ; And while the sunne doth now more gently play, Lays out her swelling bosome to the smiling day. Now rush they all...

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Edward Joseph Lowe - 1866 - عدد الصفحات: 144
...XXXV ANŒCTOCHILUS RUBRO-VENIA. a rulro-venia.) 1M.ЛTE XXXV. So have I often seen a purplo flower, Fainting through heat, hang down her drooping head, But soon refreshed with a welcome shower, Begin again her lively beauties spread, And with new pride her silken leaves display; And while...

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Phineas Fletcher - 1869
...Fainting through heat, hang down her drooping head; E ierM But soon refreshed with a welcome shower, Begins again her lively beauties spread, And with...new pride her silken leaves display ; And while the Sunne doth now more gently play, Lay out her swelling bosome to the smiling day. 39. Now rush they...

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Phineas Fletcher - 1869
...Fainting through heat, hang down her drooping head ; I But soon refreshed with u weh-ome shower, Hegins again her lively beauties spread, And with new pride her silken leaves dsplay ; And while the Sunne doth now more gently play, Ltty out her swelling bosome to the smiling:...




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