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" Poseidon, the sea-king, reveres, And whom his brother, stubborn Dis, hath pray'd To turn in pity the averted cheek Of her he bore away, with promises, Nay, with loud oath before dread Styx itself, To give her daily more and sweeter flowers Than he made... "
The Massachusetts Quarterly Review - Страница 72
1849
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The Foreign Quarterly Review, Томове 30–31

1843
...itself, To give her daily more and sweeter flowers Than he made drop from her on Enna's dell. Rhaicos was looking from his father's door At the long trains...bright rivulets Gurgling with gladness, wave outrunning wive, And thought it hard he might not also go And offer up one prayer, and press one hand, He knew...

The Works of Walter Savage Landor, Том 2

Walter Savage Landor - 1846
...ibelf, To give her daily more and sweeter flowers Than he made drop from her on Enna's dell. Rhaicos was looking from his father's door At the long trains...he might not also go And offer up one prayer, and prees one hand. He knew not whose. The father cal I'd him in. And said, " Son Rhaicos ! those are idle...

The Works of Walter Savage Landor, Том 2

Walter Savage Landor - 1846 - 676 страници
...itself, To give her daily more and sweeter flowers Than he made drop from her on Enna's dell. Rhaieos was looking from his father's door At the long trains...hastened to the town From all the valleys, like bright rivolets Gurgling with gladness, wave outrunning wave, And thought it hard he might not also go And...

The Works of Walter Savage Landor...

Walter Savage Landor - 1853
...sweeter flowers Than he made drop from her on Enua's dell. Rhaicos was looking from his father's door j At the long trains that hastened to the town From...bright rivulets Gurgling with gladness, wave outrunning ware, And thought it hard he might not also go And oflfer up one prayer, and press one hand, He knew...

The Works and Life of Walter Savage Landor: Gebir, Acts and scenes, and ...

Walter Savage Landor - 1876 - 4 страници
...itself, To give her daily mure and sweeter flowers Than he made drop from her on Eima's dell. Rhaicos was looking from his father's door At the long trains...and press one hand, He knew not whose. The father eall'd him in. And said, " Son lihuicos ! those are idle games ; Long enough I have lived to find them...

Dialogues in verse : Gebir. Acts and scenes. Hellenics

Walter Savage Landor - 1876 - 4 страници
...sweeter flowers Than he made drop from her on Enna's dell. Rhaicos was looking from his father's doer At the long trains that hastened to the town From...and press one hand, He knew not whose. The father cull'd him in, And said, " Son Khuicos ! those are idle games ; Long enough I have lived to find them...

Golden apples of Hesperus, poems not in the collections [ed. by W.J. Linton].

Hesperus - 1882
...from her on Enna's dell. Rhaicos was looking from his father's door At the long trains that hasten'd to the town From all the valleys, like bright rivulets...him in, And said — "Son Rhaicos ! those are idle gimes : Long enough I have lived to find them so." And ere he ended sigh'd, as old men do Always, to...

Selections from the Writings of Walter Savage Landor

Sir Sidney Colvin - 1882 - 375 страници
...itself, To give her daily more and sweeter flowers Than he made drop from her on Enna's dell. Rhaicos was looking from his father's door At the long trains that hastened to the town From all the valleys, like.bright rivulets Gurgling with gladness, wave outrunning wave, And thought it hard he might not...

Selections from the Writings of Walter Savage Landor

Walter Savage Landor - 1882 - 375 страници
...itself, To give her daily more and sweeter flowers Than he made drop from her on Enna's dell. Rhaicos was looking from his father's door At the long trains that hastened to the town From all the valleys, like;bright rivulets Gurgling with gladness, wave outrunning wave, And thought it hard he might not...

Ballads and romances

William James Linton, Richard Henry Stoddard - 1890
...from her on Enna's dell. Rhaicos was looking from his father's door At the long trains that hasten'd to the town From all the valleys, like bright rivulets...The father call'd him in, And said — " Son Rhaicos I those are idle games : Long enough I have lived to find them so." And ere he ended sigh'd, as old...




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