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" O'er the broad plantain's humbler shade And dusk anana's prickly blade ; While o'er the brake, so wild and fair, The betel waves his crest in air. With pendant train and rushing wings, Aloft the gorgeous peacock springs ; And he, the bird of hundred dyes,... "
Narrative of a journey through the upper provinces of India, from Calcutta ... - Страница 246
по Reginald Heber - 1828
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Plants of the land and water, by M. and E. Kirby

Mary Kirby - 1857 - 347 страници
...Such a pleasant spot as this, in the midst of the desert, is called an oasis. " So rich a shade, BO green a sod, Our English fairies never trod ; Yet who in Indian bowers has stood, But thought on England's good green-wood. And hless'd beneath the palmy shade, Her...

The Poetical Works of Reginald Heber

Reginald Heber - 1858 - 363 страници
...prickly glade ; While o'er the brake, so wild and fair The betel waves his crest in air. With pendent train and rushing wings Aloft the gorgeous peacock...Our English fairies never trod ! Yet who in Indian bowers has stood, But thought on England's " good greenwood !" And bless'd, beneath the palmy shade,...

The Baptist youth's magazine, with which the Baptist children's magazine is ...

Joseph Foulkes Winks
...prickly blade ; While o'er the brake, so wild and fair, The betel waves his crest in air. With pendent train and rushing wings, Aloft the gorgeous peacock...prize. So rich a shade so green a sod, Our English maidens never trod ; Yet who in Indian bower has stood, But thought on England's " good green wood...

The City-road magazine, Том 6

1876
...be reminded of the dear Western isle. In his "Evening Walk in Bengal," he remarked and reflected, " So rich a shade, so green a sod, Our English fairies never trod ! Yet who in Indian bowers has stood, But thought on England's ' good greenwood ! ' And bless'd, beneath the palmy shade,...

Encyclopaedia of English and American Poetry: From Caedmon and King Alfred's ...

Samuel Orchart Beeton - 1873
...train and rushing wings, Aloft the gorgeous peacock springs ; And he, the bird of hundred dyes, Whoso was the juico bowers has stood, But thought on England' s ' ' good greenwood ; ' ' And bless'd, beneath the palmy...

Poems of Places Oceana 1 V.; England 4; Scotland 3 V: Iceland ..., Том 23

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow - 1878
...prickly glade ; While o'er the brake, so wild and fair The betel waves his crest in air. With pendent train and rushing wings Aloft the gorgeous peacock...Our English fairies never trod ! Yet who in Indian bowers has stood, But thought on England's "good greenwood"! And blessed, beneath the palmy shade,...

The pictorial geographical reader, Том 2

Pictorial geographical reader - 1882
...Aloft the gorgeous peacock springs ; And he, the 4bird of hundred dyes, Whose plumes the dames of 5 Ava prize. So rich a shade, so green a sod Our English fairies never trod ; Yet who in Indian bowers has stood But thought on England's ' good greenwood !' And blessed, beneath the palmy shade,...

Country Rambles, and Manchester Walks and Wild Flowers: Being Rural ...

Leo Hartley Grindon - 1882 - 318 страници
...to exceed the Standedge, is, we may here remark, twenty yards shorter. CHAPTER XIII. BAMFORD WOOD. So rich a shade, so green a sod, Our English fairies never trod ; Yet who in Indian bower has stood, But thought on England's "good green wood?" And bless'd, beneath the palmy shade,...

The poetical works of Reginald Heber

Reginald Heber (bp. of Calcutta.) - 1885
...prickly glade ; While o'er the brake, so wild and fair The betel waves his crest in air. With pendent train and rushing wings Aloft the gorgeous peacock...Our English fairies never trod ! Yet who in Indian bowers has stood, But thought on England's " good greenwood !" And bless'd, beneath the palmy shade,...

Fruits and Fruit-trees, Home and Foreign: An Index to the Kinds Valued in ...

Leo Hartley Grindon - 1885 - 328 страници
...tree thirtysix feet in height and as much in diameter, the lower branches resting on the turf. NUTS. " So rich a shade, so green a sod, Our English fairies never trod ; Yet who in Indian bower has stood, But thought on England's ' good green wood ' ? And bless'd, beneath the palmy shade,...




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