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Halaman 197 - O'ershadows all the earth and skies, Like some dark, beauteous bird, whose plume Is sparkling with unnumbered eyes. That sacred gloom, those fires divine, So grand, so countless. Lord! are thine. When youthful spring around us breathes, Thy spirit warms her fragrant sigh ; And every flower the summer wreathes Is born beneath that kindling eye. Where'er we turn, thy glories shine, And all things fair and bright are thine.
Halaman 161 - E'en on the edge that wrought her death, Dying, she breathes her sweetest breath, As if to token in her fall, Peace to her foes, and Love to all. How hardly Man this lesson learns, To smile, and bless the hand that spurns — To see the blow, to feel the pain...
Halaman 233 - Th' horizon's line joins earth with the bright skies ; Daring and triumph, pleasure, fame, and joy, Friendship unwavering, love without alloy, Brave thoughts of noble deeds, and glory won, Like angels, beckon ye to venture on. And if o'er the bright...
Halaman 176 - Und steh beschämt, wenn du bekennen mußt: Ein guter Mensch, in seinem dunklen Drange, Ist sich des rechten Weges wohl bewußt.
Halaman 12 - Constant the wild bird, where thy dust is lying, Sings her sweet hymn, a requiem to its rest. There has it joined the ashes of my mother, Faithful, re-wedded to its only bride : And there thy latest born, my younger brother, Thy fond heart's care, sleeps closely by her , side. Yet, angel-father, over Jordan's water, Is it so far, that now thou canst not see Back to the shore, where lonely stands thy daughter, Sprinkling its rocks and thorns with tears for thee? Art thou so distant, visions of thy...
Halaman 247 - God tempers the wind to the shorn lamb," or in other words, that He renders the worst of human conditions tolerable, while He permits the best to be nothing better than tolerable.
Halaman 84 - To sojourn in the world, and yet apart ; To dwell with God, yet still with man to feel ; To bear about for ever in the heart The gladness which His Spirit doth reveal...
Halaman 106 - With pleased ear, Thy quick light feet advancing to my door Again shall hear— That thou not ever with inquiring looks Or subtle talk Shalt bring to me .sweet hinderance 'mid my books Or studious walk — That whatsoever else of good for me In store remain, This lieth out of hope, my child, to see Thy face again.
Halaman 131 - Oh, what a tangled web we weave, When first we venture to deceive
Halaman 30 - He then returned home with a lighter heart than he had known for many a day. The examination of the school, the next day, passed off very successfully. A goodly company of visitors was present, the order and general behavior of the scholars were excellent, the classes appeared well, and the singing and declamations were attractive. Ronald, unexpectedly to...

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