Imatges de pÓgina
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Granny

Was as much afraid of ghosts as any,

And so they followed hard-
But Helen clung to her brother's arm,
And her own spasm made her shake.

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I.

NANY, HE rose that drinks the fountain

dew

In the pleasant air of noon, Grows pale and blue with altered

hue

In the gaze of the nightly moon;

For the planet of frost, so cold and bright,
Makes it wan with her borrowed light.

II.

Such is my heart-roses are fair,

And that at best a withered blossom;

But thy false care did idly wear

Its withered leaves in a faithless bosom; And fed with love, like air and dew,

Its growth

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Hymn to Intellectual
Beauty

I.

HE awful shadow of some unseen

Power

Floats tho' unseen amongst us,visiting

This various world with as inconstant wing As summer winds that creep from flower to

flower,

Like moonbeams that behind some piny mountain shower,

It visits with inconstant glance

Each human heart and countenance;

Like hues and harmonies of evening,

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Like clouds in starlight widely spread,— of music fled,memory

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