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" As young and gay, sweet rill, as thou. And when the days of boyhood came, And I had grown in love with fame, Duly I sought thy banks, and tried My first rude numbers by thy side. Words cannot tell how bright and gay The scenes of life before me lay. Then... "
Southern Review - Стр. 447
1831
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Poetical Works of William Cullen Bryant, Том 1

William Cullen Bryant - 1883 - Страниц: 411
...side. Words cannot tell how bright and gay The scenes of life before me lay. Then glorious hi peg, that now to speak Would bring the blood into my cheek,...Upon yon hill The tall old maples, verdant still, Tet tell, in grandeur of decay, How swift the years have passed away, Since first, a child, and half...
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Poetical Works of William Cullen Bryant

1883
...love with fame, Duly I sought thy banks, and tried My first rnde numbers by thy side. Words eannot tell how bright and gay The scenes of life before me lay. Then glorious hi pes, that now to speak Would bring tho blood into my cheek. Passed o'er me ; and I wrote, on high,...
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Friends' Quarterly Examiner, Том 18

1884
...And I had grown in love with fame, Duly I sought thy banks, and tried My first rude numbers by thy side. Words cannot tell how bright and gay The scenes...I wrote on high A name I deemed should never die. " Thou changest not, but I arn changed Since first thy pleasant banks I ranged ; And the grave stranger...
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A biographical history of English literature

John Daniel Morell - 1885
...length bestrides the wintry flood, in which the moon sees her unwrinkled face reflected bright. (c) Years change thee not. Upon yon hill the tall old maples, verdant still, yet tell, in grandeur of decay, how swift the years have passed away. ((/) Train up thy children, England ! in...
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Poems of William Cullen Bryant

William Cullen Bryant - 1893 - Страниц: 384
...had grown in love with fame, Duly I sought thy banks, and tried My first rude numbers by thy side. 45 Words cannot tell how bright and gay The scenes of...hill The tall old maples, verdant still, Yet tell, in grandeur of decay, How swift the years have passed away, Since first, a child, and half afraid,...
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Poems by Nature

William Cullen Bryant - 1893 - Страниц: 120
...And I had grown in love with fame, Duly I sought thy banks, and tried My first rude numbers by thy side. Words cannot tell how bright and gay The scenes...before me lay. Then glorious hopes, that now to speak l]-~Qtf Would bring the blood into my cheek, Passed o'er me ; and I wrote, on high, A name I deemed...
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American Song: A Collection of Representative American Poems, with ...

Arthur Beaman Simonds - 1894 - Страниц: 310
...And I had grown in love with fame, Duly I sought thy banks, and tried My first rude numbers by thy side. Words cannot tell how bright and gay The scenes...hill The tall old maples, verdant still, Yet tell, in grandeur of decay, How swift the years have passed away, Since first, a child, and half afraid,...
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The New England Magazine, Том 11;Том 17

1895
...And I had grown in love with fame, Duly I sought thy banks, and tried My first rude numbers at thy side. Words cannot tell how bright and gay The scenes...wrote, on high, A name I deemed should never die." The influence of nature in ennobling the mind and heart by soothing the fever of the busy life of cities...
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Cyr's Third Reader

Ellen M. Cyr - 1896 - Страниц: 280
...And I had grown in love with fame, Duly I sought thy banks, and tried My first rude numbers by thy side. Words cannot tell how bright and gay The scenes...wrote, on high, A name I deemed should never die. Tears change thee not. Upon yon hill The tall old maples, verdant still, Yet tell, in grandeur of decay,...
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The Children's First [ -fourth] Reader, Книги 3

Ellen M. Cyr - 1896
...And I had grown in love with fame, Duly I sought thy banks, and tried My first rude numbers by thy side. Words cannot tell how bright and gay The scenes...wrote, on high, A name I deemed should never die. Tears change thee not. Upon yon hill The tall old maples, verdant still, Tet tell, in grandeur of decay,...
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