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" So to intergraft our hands as yet Was all the means to make us one, And pictures in our eyes to get Was all our propagation. "
Poems, from the Portuguese of Luis de Camoens, with notes &c. by visct ... - Page 107
by Luis Vaz de Camoens - 1803 - 159 pages
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Poems, from the Portuguese of Luis de Camoens: With Remarks on His Life and ...

Luís de Camões - 1808 - 158 pages
...the sun ; — Sweet — but sweeter far to me, The dawn of hope diffus'd by thee ! MADRIGAL. P. 59. The same term in Portuguese signifies both the pupil...pictures in our eyes to get " Was all our propagation." THE ECSTACY. Donne's was the age of quaintness, and it is surprising that this idea has not been more...
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Poems, from the Portuguese of Luis de Camoens: With Remarks on His Life and ...

Luís de Camões - 1810 - 160 pages
...Dr. Donne: " So to engraft our handes as yet, " Was all the meaues to make us one, " And pictures hi our eyes to get " Was all our propagation." Donne's...it is surprising that this idea has not been more ramih'ed and tortured by the English metaphysical poets of that school. CANZON. P. 56. Some of the...
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Shakespeare, Davies, Donne, Hall, Stirling, Jonson, Corbet, Carew, Drummond

Samuel Johnson - 1810
...and did thread Our eye* upon one double string : So to engraft our hands as yet . Was all the means to make us one, And pictures in our eyes to get Was all our propagation. As 'twixt two equal armies fate Suspends uncertain victory, Oor souls (which, to advance our state....
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Latin themes of Mary Stuart, Queen of Scots: Published, for the first time ...

Mary (Queen of Scots) - 1855 - 79 pages
...Our eye-beames twisted, and did thred Our eyes, upon one double string ; So to entergraft our hands, as yet Was all the meanes to make us one, And pictures in our eyes to get Was all our propagation. As 'twixt two equall Armies, Fate Suspends uncertaine victorie, Our soules, (which to advance their...
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The Poetical Works of Skelton and Donne: With a Memoir of Each ..

John Skelton - 1879
...twisted, and did thread Our eyes upon one double string ; 80 to engraft our hands as yet Was all the means to make us one, And pictures in our eyes to get Was all our propagation. AS 'twixt two equal armies Fate Suspends uncertain victory, Our souls (which, to advance our state,...
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Love Poems from the Portuguese of Luis de Camoens

Luís de Camões - 1886 - 116 pages
...eye and a child. Hence the turn of this fanciful poem. Numberless and wretched have been the conatti to which this unfortunate pun has given birth. In...pictures in our eyes to get "Was all our propagation." THE ECSTACY. Donne's was the age of quaintness, and it is surprising that this idea has not been more...
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Poems

John Donne - 1896
...phrases where simplicity andjierfectku1 "" meet— ., "£o to engraft our hands as yet Was all our means to make us one, \ And pictures in our eyes to get \ Was all our propagation." Or in the other dwell on the hope of buried lovers — " To make their souls at the last busy day,...
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Poems of John Donne, Volume 1

John Donne - 1896
...phrases where simplicity and perfection meet — " So to engraft our hands as yet Was all our means to make us one, And pictures in our eyes to get Was all our propagation." Or in the other dwell on the hope of buried lovers — "To make their souls at the last busy day, Meet...
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The Oxford Book of English Verse, 1250-1900

Arthur Quiller-Couch - 1901 - 1084 pages
...twisted, and did thread Our eyes upon one double string. So to engraft our hands, as yet Was all the means to make us one ; And pictures in our eyes to get Was all our propagation. As 'twixt two equal armies Fate Suspends uncertain victory, Our souls — which to advance their state...
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Selected Poems: Henry King, Elegies, Etc ; Izaak Walton, Verse-remains

John Donne - 1904 - 62 pages
...twisted, and did thread Our eyes upon one double string. So to engraft our hands, as yet Was all the means to make us one ; And pictures in our eyes to get Was all our propagation. As 'twixt two equal armies, Fate Suspends uncertain victory, Our souls (which to advance their state...
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