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" welcome.—The first morn On which their lips seem'd for each other born! She lean'd within his arm, on that new day, And look'd content to lean her life away ! Their eyes in married lustre could not part, But, lighted by the radiance of the heart, Shone... "
The Garden of Florence: And Other Poems - Page 12
by John Hamilton Reynolds - 1821 - 175 pages
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The London Magazine, Volume 4

1821
...Florence,") after they are acquainted with each other'» affection. They met—arid kisa'da welcome.—Th« first morn On which their lips seem'd for each other...lighted by the radiance of the heart, Shone on each other :—thus, - they idly cast Their shadows on the laurels as they pass'd ! And sweet the laurel...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 91, Part 2

Early English newspapers - 1821
...¿0 They met—and ki.s'da welcome—Tbe first morn [born! On which their lips teem'd for each other She lean'd within his arm, on that new day, And look'd content to lean her life away I Their¿eyes in married lustre could not part, But, lighted by the radiance of the heart, Shone on...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, and Historical Chronicle, for ..., Volume 91, Part 2

Edward Cave, John Nichols - Literature - 1821
...kUs'da welcome—The first morn [born ! On which their lip* seem'd for each other She lean'd within hi« arm, on that new day, And look'd content to lean her life away 1 Tbeir.eyes in married lustre could not part, But, lighted by the radiance of the heatt, Shone on...
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