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" Quench'd in the unnatural light which might out-stare Even the broad eye of day ; And thou from thy celestial way Pourest, O Moon, an ineffectual ray ! For lo ! ten thousand torches flame and flare Upon the midnight air, Blotting the lights of heaven... "
The Quarterly Review - Page 45
1811
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The Poetical Works of Robert Southey: With a Memoir ...

Robert Southey - 1884
...from thy celestial way Pourest, O Moon ! an ineffectual ray : For, lo ! ten thousand torches flame and flare Upon the midnight air, Blotting the lights of...hangeth visible on high, A dark and waving canopy! 3. Hark ! 'tis the funeral trumpet's breath ! 'Tis the dirge of death ! At once ten thousand drums...
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Selected Poems of Robert Southey

Robert Southey - 1888 - 304 pages
...out-stars Even the broad eye of day ; And thou from thy celestial way Pourest, O Moon, an ineffectual ray ! Upon the midnight air, Blotting the lights of heaven...waving canopy. Hark ! 'tis the funeral trumpet's breath ! "Pis the dirge of death ! At once ten thousand drums begin, With one long thunder-peal the ear assailing...
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From the age of Johnson to the age of Tennyson

Richard Garnett - 1903
...from thy celestial way Pourest, O Moon, an ineffectual ray ! For lo ! ten thousand" torches flame and flare Upon the midnight air, Blotting the lights of...hangeth visible on high, A dark and waving canopy. What effect the new ideas could produce on a perfectly ductile fancy may be observed in a very interesting...
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English Literature: From the age of Johnson to the age of Tennyson, by ...

Richard Garnett, Edmund Gosse - 1903
...from thy celestial way Pourest, O Moon, an ineffectual ray ! For lo ! ten thousand torches flame and flare • Upon the midnight air, Blotting the lights of heaven With one portentous glare. Eehold the fragrant smoke in many a fold Ascending, floats along the fiery sky, And hangeth visible...
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Robert Southey, sein naturgefühl in seinen dichtungen ...

Johannes Schmidt - 1904 - 100 pages
...from thy celestial way Pourest, o Moon, an ineffectual ray! For lo! then thousand torches flame and flare Upon the midnight air, Blotting the lights of...hangeth visible on high, A dark and waving canopy **). Diese stumme Betrachtung und tiefe Empfindung erinnert uns an Lamartine, der sich auch mit einer...
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English Literature An Illustrated record in Eight Volumes Volume IV-Part 1 ...

Edmund Gosse - 1904
...from thy celestial way Pourest, O Moon, an ineffectual ray ' For lo ! ten thousand torches flame and flare Upon the midnight air, Blotting the lights of...hangeth visible on high, A dark and waving canopy. What effect the new ideas could produce on a perfectly ductile fancy may be observed in a very interesting...
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English Literature: From the age of Johnson to the age of Tennyson, by ...

Richard Garnett, Edmund Gosse - 1904
...from thy celestial way Pourest, O Moon, an ineffectual ray ! For lo ! ten thousand torches flame and flare Upon the midnight air, Blotting the lights of...a fold Ascending, floats along the fiery sky, And hangcth visible on high, A dark and waving canopy. What effect the new ideas could produce on a perfectly...
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The Poets and the Poetry of the Nineteenth Century, Volume 2

1905
...from thy celestial way Pourest, O Moon, an ineffectual ray ! For lo ! ten thousand torches flame and flare Upon the midnight air, Blotting the lights of...hangeth visible on high, A dark and waving canopy. (in.) Hark ! 'tis the funeral trumpet's breath ! 'Tis the dirge of death ! At once ten thousand drums...
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English Poetry and Prose of the Romantic Movement: Selected and Ed., with ...

George Benjamin Woods - 1916 - 1432 pages
...from thy celestial way Pourest, O Moon, an ineffectual ray! 20 For lo ! ten thousand torches flame and thing with red round cheeks, That always finds, and never seeks, 660 25 Ascending, floats alrmg the fiery sky, And hangeth visible <»n high, A dark and waving canopy....
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The Poetical Works

Robert Southey - 1845
...from thy celestial way Pourest, O Moon, an ineffectual ray ! For lo ! ten thousand torches flame and flare Upon the midnight air, Blotting the lights of...hangeth visible on high, A dark and waving canopy. 3. Hark ! 't is the funeral trumpet's breath ! 'Tis the dirge of death ! At once ten thousand drums...
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