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" Beneath a myrtle shade. Which love for none but happy lovers made, I slept ; and straight my love before me brought Phyllis, the object of my waking thought. Undressed she came my flames to meet, While love strewed flowers beneath her feet ; Flowers which,... "
The Works of John Dryden: Now First Collected in Eighteen Volumes - Page 61
by John Dryden, Walter Scott - 1821
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Poetical Miscellanies: Consisting of Original Poems and Translations

Sir Richard Steele - 1714 - 318 pages
...: The Lover too, the fad forfaken Lover, May dream, and feign thefalfeft Miftrefstrue. Tate L.Gen, Beneath a Myrtle Shade, Which Love for none but happy Lovers made, I flept; and (bait my Love before me brought Phillis, the Obieift of my waking Thought : Undrtfs'id (he...
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The Works of John Dryden: Now First Collected ...

John Dryden, Walter Scott - 1808
...submissive servant" prove, I never can conclude you truly love. To them, the KING, ALMAHIDE, ABENAMAR, ESPERANZA, Guards, Attendants. Boab. Approach, my...joy, though not solemnity. THE ZAMBRA DANCE. SONG. I. Beneath a myrtle shade, Which lave for none but happy lovers made, I slept ; and straight my love...
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Westminster Drolleries: Both Parts, of 1671, 1672; Being a Choice ..., Issue 804

Joseph Woodfall Ebsworth - 1875 - 132 pages
...advise, May I be dull enough to grow Most miserably wise. A Vision. B ENEATH a Myrtle shade Which Jove for none but happy Lovers made, I slept, and straight my Love before me brought, Phillis the object of my waking thought, Undrest she came my flames to meet, Whilst Love strew' d flowers...
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Dryden

George Saintsbury - 1881 - 192 pages
...scarcely ever wholly quotable lyrics. The first two stanzas may however be given : Beneath a myrtle's shade, Which love for none but happy lovers made, I slept, and straight my lore before me brought Phyllis, the object of my waking thought. Undressed she came my flame to meet,...
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The Works of John Dryden: Dramatic works

John Dryden, Walter Scott - 1883
...submissive servant prove, I never can conclude you truly love. To them, the King, ALMAHIDE, ABENAMAH, ESPERANZA, Guards, Attendants. Boab. Approach, my...life still be The same in joy, though not solemnity. VOL. IV. E 1 THE ZAMBRA DANCE. SONG.* i. Beneath a myrtle shade, Which love for none but happy lovers...
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The Works of John Dryden: Dramatic works

John Dryden, Walter Scott - 1883
...the King, ALMAHIDE, ABENAMAR, ESPERANZA, Guards, Attendants. Boob. Approach, my Ahnahide, my charming Blessing of peace, and recompence of war. This night...life still be The same in joy, though not solemnity. , ' !'fair, THE ZAMBRA DANCE. SONG.* i. Beneath a myrtle shade, Which love for none but happy lovers...
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Musa Proterva: Love-poems of the Restoration

Arthur Henry Bullen - 1889 - 128 pages
..." Shall we again ? " From JOHN DRYDEN'S The First Part of the Conquest of Granada, 1672. T) ENEATH a myrtle shade, -*-' Which Love for none but happy...made, I slept; and straight my love before me brought Phillis, the object of my waking thought: Undressed she came my flames to meet, While Love strowed...
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The Works of John Dryden: Dramatic works

John Dryden, Walter Scott - 1883
...submissive servant prove, I never can conclude you truly love. To them, the King, ALMAHIDE, ABENAMAR, ESPERANZA, Guards, Attendants. Boab. Approach, my...still be The same in joy, though not solemnity. THE XAMBRA DANCE. SONG.* i. Beneath a myrtle shade, Which love for none but happy lovers made, I slept...
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The Works of John Dryden: Dramatic works

John Dryden, Walter Scott - 1883
...the King, ALMAHIDE, ABENAMAR, ESPEUANZA, Guards, Attendants. Boab. Approach, my Almahide, my charming Blessing of peace, and recompence of war. This night...life still be The same in joy, though not solemnity. fair, THE ZAMBRA DANCE. SONG.* i. Beneath a myrtle shade, Which love for none but happy lovers made,...
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English Men of Letters: Chaucer, by Adolphus William Ward, 1896; Spenser, by ...

1895
...lyrics. The first two stanzas may however be given : Beneath n myrtle's shade, Which love for uono but happy lovers made, I slept, and straight my love before me brought Phyllis, the object of my waking thought. Undressed she came my flame to meet, While love strewed flowers...
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