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" How often sit I, poring o'er My strange distorted youth, Seeking in vain, in all my store, One feeling based on truth; Amid the maze of petty life A clue whereby to move, A spot whereon in toil and strife To dare to rest and love. So constant as my heart... "
Blackwood's Magazine - 588. oldal
1862
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Ambarvalia: Poems

Arthur Hugh Clough, Thomas Burbidge - 1849 - 155 oldal
...Flows wafting-in friendships and better,—I Unseeing, listless, pace along the shore. How often sit I, poring o'er My strange distorted youth, Seeking...would be, So fickle as it must, 'Twere well for others as for me 'Twere dry as summer dust. Excitements come, and act and speech Flow freely forth ;—but...

Ambarvalia: Poems

Arthur Hugh Clough, Thomas Burbidge - 1849 - 155 oldal
...Flows wafting-in friendships and bettor,— I Unseeing, listless, pace along the shore. How often sit I, poring o'er My strange distorted youth. Seeking...whereon in toil and strife To dare to rest and love. IT. So constant as my heart would be, So fickle as it must, 'Twero well for others as for mo 'Twero...

Blackwood's Magazine, 92. kötet

1862
...feeling hastd on truth ; Amid the maze of petty life A clue wherehy to move, A spot whereon in toll will strife To dare to rest and love. So constant as my heart would he. So fickle as It must, TWITS well for others and for me Twere dry as summer dust. Excitements come...

Essays on Social Subjects: From the Saturday Review

1864 - 305 oldal
...speculative cast can scarcely escape this habit of mind. Their own experience is much like Mr Clough's :— " How often sat I poring o'er My strange distorted youth....in vain in all my store One feeling based on truth ; " for a certain intellectual activity prompts to a perpetual review and suspicion of the past. Authors,...

ESSAYS ON SOCIAL SUBJECTS

1865
...cast can scarcely escape this habit of mind. Their own experience is much like Mr. Clough's : — " How often sat I poring o'er My strange distorted youth,...in vain in all my store One feeling based on truth " ; for a certain intellectual activity prompts to a perpetual review and suspicion of the past. Authors,...

Essays on Social Subjects from the Saturday Review

1865 - 351 oldal
...cast can scarcely escape this habit of mind. Their own experience is much like Mr. Clough's : — " How often sat I poring o'er My strange distorted youth,...in vain in all my store One feeling based on truth " ; for a certain intellectual activity prompts tb a perpetual review and suspicion of the past. Authors,...

Fraser's Magazine, 74. kötet

James Anthony Froude, John Tulloch - 1866
...enjoyed. How often sit I, poring o'er JIv strange distorted youth, Seeking in vain, in all my store, Onr feeling based on truth ; Amid the maze of petty life...whereon in toil and strife To dare to rest and love. Professor Shairp's notes refer to this period : As a freshman I looked with respect approaching to...

The Poems and Prose Remains of Arthur Hugh Clough: With a ..., 2. kötet

Arthur Hugh Clough - 1869 - 514 oldal
...wafting-in friendships and better, — I Unseeing, listless, pace along the shore. v How often sit I, poring o'er My strange distorted youth, Seeking...would be, So fickle as it must, 'Twere well for others as for me 'Twere dry as summer dust. Excitements come, and act and speech Flow freely forth ; — but...

The Poems and Prose Remains of Arthur Hugh Clough: With a ..., 2. kötet

Arthur Hugh Clough - 1869 - 514 oldal
...wafting-in friendships and better, — I Unseeing, listless, pace along the shore. v How often sit I, poring o'er My strange distorted youth, Seeking in vain, in all my store, One feelins; based on truth ; Amid the maze of petty life A clue whereby to move, A spot whereon in toil...

Poems: With a Memoir

Arthur Hugh Clough - 1874 - 350 oldal
...wafting-in friendships and better, — I Unseeing, listless, pace along the shore. v How often sit I, poring o'er My strange distorted youth, Seeking...would be, So fickle as it must, 'Twere well for others as for me 'Twere dry as summer dust. Excitements come, and act and speech Flow freely forth ; — but...




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