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" but not before last night. I was walking alone in my garden, there was great stillness among the branches and flowers and more than common sweetness in the air ; I heard a low and pleasant sound, and I knew not whence it came. At last I saw the broad... "
Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine - Page 283
1865
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The Californian, Volume 4

1893
...they that can tell them : — " I was walking alone in my garden ; there was great stillness among the branches and flowers, and more than common sweetness...underneath I saw a procession of creatures, of the size and color of green and gray grasshoppers, bearing a body laid out on a rose leaf, which they buried with...
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The Blue Poetry Book

Andrew Lang - 1896 - 264 pages
...sound, and I knew not whence it came. At last I saw a broad leaf of a flower move, and underneath 1 saw a procession of creatures of the size and colour of green and gray grasshoppers bearing a body laid out on a rose leaf, which they buried with songs, and then disappeared....
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William Blake

Arthur Symons, Henry Crabb Robinson, Benjamin Heath Malkin, John Thomas Smith, Allan Cunningham - 1907 - 433 pages
...Blake, ' but not before last night. I was walking alone in my garden, there was great stillness among the branches and flowers and more than common sweetness...procession of creatures of the size and colour of green and gray grasshoppers, bearing a body laid out on a rose leaf, which they buried with songs, and then disappeared....
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The Scrap Book, Volume 3

1907
...have, but not before last night. I was walking alone in my garden ; there was great stillness among the branches and flowers, and more than common sweetness...underneath I saw a procession of creatures, of the size and color of green and gray grasshoppers, bearing a body laid out on a rose-leaf, which they buried with...
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The Outlook, Volume 87

1907
...Blake, " but not before last night. I was walking alone in my garden ; there was a great stillness among the branches and flowers and more than common sweetness in the air ; I heard 3O7 THE OUTLOOK a low and pleasant sound, and I knew not whence it came. At last I saw the broad leaf...
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The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 13

1864
...Middleton's rout last night. " I was walking alone in my garden last night: there was great stillness among the branches and flowers, and more than common sweetness...in the air. I heard a low and pleasant sound, and knew not whence it came. At last I saw the broad leaf of a flower move, and underneath I saw a procession...
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New Outlook: 1907, Volume 87

1907
...Blake, " but not before last night. I was walking alone in my garden ; there was a great stillness among the branches and flowers and more than common sweetness in the air ; I heard 3O7 THE OUTLOOK a low and pleasant sound, and I knew not whence it came. At last I saw the broad leaf...
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Yeats: An Annual of Critical and Textual Studies 1994

Richard J. Finneran - 1996 - 296 pages
...replied: "hut not before last night. I was writing alone in my garden; there was great stillness among the branches and flowers, and more than common sweetness...move, and underneath I saw a procession of creatures the size and colour of green and grey grasshoppers, bearing a body laid out on a rose leaf, which they...
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Tales and Sketches: 1831-1842

Edgar Allan Poe, Thomas Ollive Mabbott, Eleanor D. Kewer - 2000 - 1451 pages
...Blake, "but not before last night. I was walking alone in my garden; there was great stillness among the branches and flowers, and more than common sweetness...in the air; I heard a low and pleasant sound, and knew not whence it came. At last I saw the broad leaf of a flower move, and underneath I saw a procession...
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The Wedding Dress: Meditations on Word and Life

Fanny Howe - 2003 - 181 pages
...William Blake described seeing the following in his garden in Sussex: "There was a great stillness among the branches and flowers, and more than common sweetness...pleasant sound and I knew not whence it came. At last I Lady Wilde was Anglo-Irish. Her family came from Wexford. She had masses of hair, was very large, and...
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