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" ... feebler lamp appear, Should my bright sun deign to approach more near; Canst thou his rival then pretend to prove? Thou a false idol, he the God of Love; Lovely beyond conception, he is all Reason, or fancy amiable call, All that the most exerted... "
Poems on several occasions, written by Philomela - Page 14
by Elisabeth Rowe - 1696 - 141 pages
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The Athenian Oracle: Being an Entire Collection of All the Valuable ...

1704
...whofe fight Mortality once b'eft. Would throw offits dark Veil to be poflŤft ; Then altogether Lovely, why in Thee Do the vain World no Form or Beauty fee 5 '.^ Ľ uniVerfal Ac°ттоалшп emotigŮ Protefrants чау ever be expešeš ? Л. We have formerly...
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Chapters into Verse: Poetry in English Inspired by the Bible: Volume 1 ...

Robert Atwan, Laurance Wieder - Poetry - 1993 - 512 pages
...amiable call, All that the most exerted thoughts can reach, When sublimated to its utmost stretch. Oh! altogether charming, why in thee Do the vain world no form or beauty see? Why do they idolize a dusty clod, And yet refuse their homage to a God? Why from a beauteous flowing...
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