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But Thou, who own'st that earthy bed, Ah! what will ever dirge avail : Or tears,
which love and pity shed That mourn beneath the gliding sail Yet lives there one,
whose heedless eye Shall scorn thy pale shrine glimmering near ; With him,
... Rousing the turbid torrent's roar, Or sweeping wild a waste of snows : *- So
long, sweet Poet of the Year, Shall bloom that wreath thou well hast won ; While
Scotia, with exulting tear, - Proclaims that Thomson was her son 1 CONTENTS.
And temper all, thou world-reviving sun, Into the perfect year ! Nor ye who live In
luxury and ease, in pomp and pride, Think these lost themes unworthy of your ear
: Such themes as these the rural Maro sung To wide-imperial Rome, in the full ...
In various hues ; but chiefly thee, gay Green Thou smiling Nature's universal robe
. United light and shade where the sight dwells With growing strength, and ever-
new delight. 85. . From the moist meadow to the withered hill, Led by the breeze,
Come then, ye virgins and ye youths, whose hearts Have felt the raptures of
refining love ; And thou, AMANDA, come, pride of my song ! Formed by the
Graces, loveliness itself : Come with those downcast eyes, sedate and sweet,
Those looks ...
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