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" have quenched Your ancient flames, and bid eternal night Rest on your spheres; and yet no tidings reach This distant planet. Messengers still come Laden with your far fire, and we may seem To see your lights still burning; while their blaze But hides... "
The Poets of America - Страница 56
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The American Common-place Book of Poetry: With Occasional Notes

George Barrell Cheever - 1831 - 405 страници
...which their beams descend! 19* Yea, glorious lamps of God ! He may have quenched Your ancient names, and bid eternal night Rest on your spheres; and yet...realms, Where anarchy and darkness long have reigned. Yet what is this, which to the astonished mind Seems measureless, and which the baffled thought Confounds...

Studies in Poetry and Prose: Consisting of Selections Principally from ...

A. B. Cleveland - 1832 - 480 страници
...So vast the void through which their beams descend! Yea, glorious lamps of God! He may have quenced Your ancient flames, and bid eternal night Rest on...realms, Where anarchy and darkness long have reigned. Yet what is this, which to the astonished mind Seems measureless, and which the baffled thought Confounds?...

The American Common-place Book of Poetry ...

George Barrell Cheever - 1832 - 405 страници
...revolve! So vast the void through which their beams descend! 19* Yea, glorious lamps of God ! He may have quenched Your ancient flames, and bid eternal...black wreck of extinguished realms, Where anarchy anifdarkness long have reigned. Yet what is this, which to the astonished mind Seems measureless, and...

The Young Ladies' Class Book: A Selection of Lessons for Reading, in Prose ...

Ebenezer Bailey - 1833 - 408 страници
...orbs revolve! So vast the void through which their beams descend! Yea, glorious lamps of God, He may have quenched Your ancient flames, and bid eternal...realms, Where anarchy and darkness long have reigned. Yet what is this, which to the astonished mind Seems measureless, and which the baffled thought Confounds?...

American Annals of Education

1834
...revolve ! So vast the void through which their beams descend ' ' Yea, glorious lamps of God! He may have quenched Your ancient flames, and bid eternal...far fire, and we may seem To see your lights still bunting; while their blaze Km hides the black wreck of extinguished realms, Where anarchy and darkness...

American Annals of Education and Instruction, Том 4

1834
...revolve 1 So vast the void through which their beams descend ! ' Yea, glorious lamps of God ! He may have quenched Your ancient flames, and bid eternal...planet. Messengers still come Laden with your far 6ro, and we may seem To Bee jour lights still burning ; while their blaze Km hides the black wreck...

American Annals of Education

1834
...twice three years ago. < ' Yea, glorious lamps of God'. He may have quenched Your ancient ll nnes. and bid eternal night Rest on your spheres; and yet...planet. Messengers still come Laden with your far firo, and we may seem To see your lights still burning; while their blaze Uni hides the black wreck...

American Annals of Education and Instruction, and Journal of Literary ..., Том 4

1834
...revolve ! So vast the void through which their beams descend! ' Yea, glorious lamps of God ! He may have quenched Your ancient flames, and bid eternal night Rest on your spheres ; and vet no tidings reach Th's distant planet. Messengers still come Laden with your fiir lire, and we may...

The American Common-place Book of Poetry, with Occasional Notes

1839 - 405 страници
...revolve! So vast the void through which their beams descend! 19* ^^m Yea, glorious lamps of God ! He may have quenched Your ancient flames, and bid eternal...realms, Where anarchy and darkness long have reigned. Yet what is this, which to the astonished mind Seems measureless, and which the baffled thought Confounds...

The American Common-place Book of Poetry: With Occasional Notes

George Barrell Cheever - 1841 - 405 страници
...this infinite extent And multitude of God's most infinite works! I Yea, glorious lamps of God ! He may have quenched Your ancient flames, and bid eternal...realms, Where anarchy and darkness long have reigned. And these are suns !—vast, central, living fires, Lords of dependent systems, kings of worlds That...




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