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Her coat , that with the tortoise vies , Her ears of jet , and emerald eyes , She saw
; and purr ' d applause . ns were Still had she gaz ' d ; but ' midst the tide Two
angel forms were seen to glide , The Genii of the stream : Their scaly armour ' s ...
... And , * redolent of joy and youth , To breath a second spring . * And bees their
honey redolent of spring . Dryden ' s Fable on the Pythag . System . Say , Say ,
Father THAMES , for thou hast seen Full 58 ODE ON A DISTANT PROSPECT.
Say , Father THAMES , for thou hast seen Full many a sprightly race Disporting
on thy margent green The paths of pleasure trace ; Who foremost now delight to
cleave , With pliant arms , thy glaffy wave ? The captive linnet , which enthral ?
Lo , in the Vale of Years beneath , A grisly troop are seen , The painful family of
Death , More hideous than their queen : This racks the joints , this fires the veins ,.
* And Madness laughing in his ireful mood . Dryden ' s Fable of Palamon and ...
... And from the gallery stand peeping : 3 Such as in filence of the night Come (
sweep ) along fome winding entry / * Styack has often seen the sight ) Or at the
chapel - door stand sentry ; In peaked hoods and mantles tarnish ' d , Sour
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I can remember my mother reciting Elegy written in a country church-yard - not all of it though. This poem seemed to mean a lot to her. She never reached the line: 'The path of glory leads but to the grave'. レビュー全文を読む