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" I saw the dungeon walls and floor Close slowly round me as before, I saw the glimmer of the... "
Littell's Living Age - Page 401
1849
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Poems, Narrative and Lyrical: Required for College Entrance

Robert Porter St. John - 1911 - 270 pages
...say them all for me! 270 I never saw its like before, I ne'er shall see its likeness more : It seem'd like me to want a mate, But was not half so desolate, And it was come to love me when 275 None lived to love me so again, And cheering from my dungeon's brink, Had brought me back to feel...
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The English Parnassus: An Anthology Chiefly of Longer Poems

William Macneile Dixon, Sir Herbert John Clifford Grierson - 1911 - 792 pages
...But through the crevice where it came That bird was perch'd, as fond and tame, And tamer than upon the tree ; A lovely bird, with azure wings, And song that said a thousand things, And seem'd to say them all for me! 270 I never saw its like before, I ne'er shall see its likeness more...
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How to Read and Declaim

Grenville Kleiser - 1911 - 462 pages
...But through the crevice where it came That bird was perch 'd, as f oud and tame, And tamer than upon the tree ; A lovely bird, with azure wings, And song that said a thousand things, And seem'd to say them all for me ! I never saw its like before, I ne'er shall see its likeness more, It...
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Poems, Narrative and Lyrical: Required for College Entrance

Robert Porter St. John - 1911 - 268 pages
...bird with azure wings,0 And song that said a thousand things, And seem'd to say them all for me! 270 I never saw its like before, I ne'er shall see its likeness more : It seem'd like me to want a mate, But was not half so desolate, And it was come to love me when 275 None...
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Byron, Volume 2

Ethel Colburn Mayne - 1912 - 382 pages
...Lord Byron has evidently become a tardy convert " ; and no doubt the charming episodes of the bird "A lovely bird with azure wings, And song that said...thousand things, And seemed to say them all for me ! " and the fish that swam by the castle wall, " And they Deemed joyous each and all ", are...
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In Praise of Switzerland: Being the Alps in Prose and Verse

Harold Spender - 1912 - 316 pages
...But through the crevice where it came That bird was perch'd, as fond and tame, And tamer than upon the tree; A lovely bird, with azure wings, And song that said a thousand things, And seem'd to say them all for me! I never saw its like before, I ne'er shall see its likeness more: It...
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Byron's Childe Harold, Cantos III and IV: The Prisoner of Chillon, and Other ...

George Gordon Byron Baron Byron - 1913 - 274 pages
...through the crevice where it came 265 That bird was perch'd, as fond and tame, And tamer than upon the tree; A lovely bird, with azure wings, And song that said a thousand things, And seem'd to say them all for me! 270 I never saw its like before, I ne'er shall see its likeness more:...
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English history, poetry and prose. Western Europe

Delphian Society - 1913 - 566 pages
...But through the crevice where it came That bird was perch'd, as fond and tame, And tamer than upon the tree; A lovely bird, with azure wings, And song that said a thousand things, And seem'd to say them all for me ! I never saw its like before, I ne'er shall see its likeness more: It...
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All's Love Yet All's Law

James Logan Gordon - 1914 - 266 pages
...in the wall, saw green fields, the blue sky and a singing bird. " A lovely bird with azure wings, a song that said a thousand things and seemed to say them all to me." " Two men stood behind prison bars, One saw mud the other saw stars." When Chief Justice...
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The Leading English Poets from Chaucer to Browning

Lucius Hudson Holt - 1915 - 952 pages
...But through the crevice where it came That bird was perch'd, as fond and tame, And tamer than upon fought through, Stripped, without friends, as we are. Friends, companions, and train seem'd to say them all for me I 170 I never saw its like before, I ne'er shall see its likeness more:...
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