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" Alas, alas — doth Hope deceive us ? Shall friendship — love — shall all those ties That bind a moment, and then leave us, Be found again where nothing dies ? Oh, if no other boon were given, To keep our hearts from wrong and stain, Who would not... "
THE LIFE-LINE OF THE LONE ONE - Page 279
1857
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The poetical works of Thomas Moore, with notes, Issue 354

Thomas Moore - 1872
...whose portal yet they linger, Alas ! alas ! cloth Hope deceive us ? Shall friendship — love — shaU all those ties That bind a moment, and then leave us, Be found again where nothing dies ? Oh ! if no other boon were given, To keep our hearts from wrong and stain, Who would not try to win...
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Records of Jesus Reviewed and Fifty Questions Answered Through Five Hundred ...

Benjamin Franklin Burnham - 1883 - 294 pages
...And days well spent like the glad east remain, Whose morning glories cannot die. Isaac Watts.. Oh, if no other boon were given To keep our hearts from...to win a heaven Where all we love shall live again ! My sprightly neighbor gone before To that unknown and silent shore, Shall we not meet as heretofore...
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Transactions of the ... Annual Convocation ...

Royal arch masons. Grand Chapter (Mich.) - 1886
...home, I'pon whose portal jet tSey linger. Looking back for us to come." Our OH/H Jurisdiction. ' Oh, If no other boon were given, To keep our hearts from...stain, Who would not try to win a heaven Where all in love shall live again?'' Deaths Duriqg the Year, \ DEATHS. • Reported to the Grand Chapter by...
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Thomas Moore's Complete Poetical Works

Thomas Moore - English poetry - 1895 - 800 pages
...in the midst of Jordan, and all the Israelites passed over on dry ground." — Josh. iii. 17. Alas, alas — doth Hope deceive us? Shall friendship —...then leave us, Be found again where nothing dies? Oh, if no other boon were given, To keep our hearts from wrong and stain, Who would not try to win...
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Thomas Moore's Complete Poetical Works

Thomas Moore - English poetry - 1895 - 800 pages
...bliss would stay ? Hope still lifts her radiant finger Pointing to the eternal Home, Alas, alas—-doth Hope deceive us? Shall friendship — love — shall...then leave us, Be found again where nothing dies? Oh, if no other boon were given, To keep our hearts from wrong and stain, Who would not try to win...
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POETRY OF THOMAS MOORE

C. LITTON FALKINER - 1903
...Upon whose portal yet they linger, Alas, alas—doth Hope deceive us? Shall friendship—love—shall all those ties That bind a moment, and then leave us, Be found again where nothing dies ? Oh, if no other boon were given, To keep our hearts from wrong and stain, Who would not try to win...
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The Spirit Christlike

Charles S. Macfarland - Christian life - 1904 - 173 pages
...feel within ourselves the things they have expressed for us ? Have we not asked with one of them — "Shall friendship — love — shall all those ties That bind a moment, and then leave us, Once again be found ? " We all have known the sad and hard, but deep and rich experience, of standing...
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The Rosary Magazine, Volume 31

1907
...world can ne er restore, There as warm, as bright as ever, Shall meet us and be lost no more. " 'Oh, if no other boon were given To keep our hearts from...win a Heaven, Where all we love shall live again?' " Such is onr fatherland, such is the place which the Son of God bought with the Blood of .Hjs Heart,...
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Book of the Royal Blue, Monthly, Volume 8

Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company - Middle Atlantic States - 1904
...nightmare disturbing the peaceful sleep of contentment. "WHO WOULD NOT TRY?" BY ARTHUR G. LEWIS. " Who would not try to win a Heaven, Where all we love shall live again"; Where all we hope shall find its haven, And all we suffer lose its pain; Where all our sins shall be...
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The Irish Monthly, Volume 22

1894
...to the eternal home Upon whose portal yet they linger, Looking back for us to come. Alas, alas, does hope deceive us ? Shall friendship, love — shall...all those ties That bind a moment and then leave us JV t'nn! nl again where nothing dies ? Oh, if no other boon were given To keep oar hearts from wrong...
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