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" Unquicken'd midst the world's rude strife, Shall sweet retirement render strong, And morning silence bring to life. Then tell me not that I shall grow Forlorn, that fields and woods will cloy ; From Nature and her changes flow An everlasting tide of joy. "
The Monthly Mirror: Reflecting Men and Manners: With Strictures on Their ... - Page 245
1806
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Wild Flowers: Or, Pastoral and Local Poetry

Robert Bloomfield - 1806 - 132 pages
...Unquicken'd midst the world's rude strife, Shall sweet retirement render strong, And morning silence bring to life. Then tell me not that I shall grow Forlorn,...and woods will cloy ; From Nature and her changes How An everlasting tide of joy. I grant that summer heats will burn, That keen will come the frosty...
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Flowers of literature; for 1801 & 1802(-1805): or, Characteristic ..., Volume 4

Flowers of literature - 1807
...Unquicken'd midst the world's wide strife, Shall sweet retirement render strong, And morning silence bring to life. Then tell me not that I shall grow. Forlorn, that fields and woods will cl«y ; l-'roin Nature and hey changes flow An everlasting tide of joy. 1 grant that summer heats will...
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Wild Flowers ; Or, Pastoral and Local Poetry

Robert Bloomfield - 1819 - 132 pages
...Unquicken'd midst the world's rude strife, Shall sweet retirement render strong, And morning silence bring to life. Then tell me not that I shall grow Forlorn,...everlasting tide of joy. I grant that summer heats will burn, That keen will come the frosty night ; But both shall please ; and each in turn Yield Reason's...
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Spirit of the English Magazines, Volume 10

1821
...alone. And feelt her gloriout empire free ; Seet GoD in every thining stone, And reveli in variety, Then tell me not that I shall grow Forlorn, that fields and woods will cloy From Nature and her r/i/i nilc* flow An everlailnig tide of loy. I grant that Summer htati will bora. That keen will come...
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Time's Telescope for ... ; Or, A Complete Guide to the Almanack

1821
...alone, And feels her glorions empire free ; Sees GOD in every shining stone, And revels in variety. Then tell me not that I shall grow Forlorn, that fields and woods will cloy ; From NATUR B and her changes flow An everlasting tide of joy. I grant that Summer heats will burn, That...
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Poetic Gleanings, from Modern Writers: With Some Original Pieces

A. K - 1827 - 160 pages
...Unquicken'd midst the world's rude strife, Shall sweet retirement render strong, And morning silence bring to life. Then tell me not, that I shall grow Forlorn,...and woods will cloy ; From Nature and her changes How An everlasting tide of joy. I grant that summer heats will burn, That keen will come the frosty...
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Sacred Poetry: Consisting of Selections from the Works of the Most Admired ...

Henry Stebbing - 1832 - 402 pages
...Unquickened 'midst the world's rude strife. Shall sweet retirement render strong. And morning silence bring to life. Then tell me not that I shall grow Forlorn,...and her changes flow, An everlasting tide of joy. 1 grant that summer heats will burn, That keen will come the frosty night ; But both shall please ;...
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The Cambridge Book of Poetry and Song: Selected from English and American ...

Charlotte Fiske Bates Rogé - 1832 - 882 pages
...Unquiekened midst the world's rude strife, Shall sweet retirement render strong, And morning silence bring to life. Then tell me not that I shall grow Forlorn,...Nature and her changes flow An everlasting tide of joy. 1 grant that summer heats will burn. That keen will coine the frosty night; But botli shall please:...
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Sacred poetry: consisting of selections from the works of the most admired ...

Henry Stebbing - 1832 - 496 pages
...intellectual fire ! Fancy's fair huds, the germs of song, Unquickened 'midst the world's rude s'.riir, Shall sweet retirement render strong, And morning...shall grow Forlorn, that fields and woods will cloy ; L?rom nature and her changes flow, An everlasting tide of joy. I grant that summer heats will hurn,...
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The Southern literary messenger, Volume 5

1839
...Unquickened midst the world's rude strife, Shall sweet retirement render strong, And morning: silente bring to life ! " Then tell me not that I shall grow Forlorn,...and woods will cloy : From Nature, and her changes, Sow An everlasting tide of joy ! I grant, that summer heats will burn, That keen will come the frosty...
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