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" Phoebus' self might use ! Such is the chase when Love and Fancy leads, O'er craggy mountains, and through flowery meads; Invok'd to testify the lover's care, Or form some image of his cruel fair. "
The Works of Edmund Waller: Esq; in Verse and Prose. Published by Mr. Fenton - 32. oldal
szerző: Edmund Waller - 1744 - 295 oldal
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Poems, &c. Written Upon Several Occasions, and to Several Persons

Edmund Waller - 1722 - 284 oldal
...harmonious Lay, Whom all his Charms cou'd not incline to ftay ; Yet what he fung in his immortal Strain, Though unfuccefsful, was not fung in vain : All but...the Nymph, that fhould redrefs his Wrong, Attend his Paflion, and approve his Song. Like Thatus thus, acquiring unfought Praife, He catch'd at Love, and...

The Beauties of English Poesy, 2. kötet

Oliver Goldsmith - 1767 - 12 oldal
...Or form fome image of his cruel fair. Urg'd with his fury, like a wounded deer, O'er thefe he fled, and now approaching near, Had reach'd the nymph with...incline to ftay. Yet, what he fung in his immortal Aram, Though unfuccefsful, was not fung in vain : All, but the nymph that fhould redrefs his wrong,...

The Works of Edmund Waller, Esq: In Verse and Prose

Edmund Waller - 1768 - 272 oldal
...deer, O'er thefe he fled ; and now approaching near, Had reach'd the Nymph with his harmonious La/, Whom all his charms could not incline to ftay. Yet,...unfuccefsful, was not fung in vain : All, but the Nymph that ihould redrefs his wrong, Attend his paffion, and approve his fong. LikcPnoEsus thus, acquiring unfought...

The Works of Edmund Waller: Esq., in Verse and Prose

Edmund Waller, Percival Stockdale - 1772 - 236 oldal
...Or form fome image of his cruel Fair. Urg'd with his fury, like a wounded deer, O'er thefe he fled ; and now approaching near, Had reach'd the Nymph with...unfuccefsful, was not fung in vain : All, but the Nymph that (hould redrefs his wrong, Attend his pafiion, and approve his fong. Like PHOEBUS thus, acquiring unfought...

The Works of the English Poets: Waller

Samuel Johnson - 1779
...Or form fome image of his cruel Fair. Urg'd with his fury, like a wounded deer, O'er thefe he fled ; and now approaching near, Had reach'd the Nymph with...the Nymph that fhould redrefs his wrong, Attend his paff:on, and approve his fong. Like Phoebus thus, acquiring unfought praife, He catch'd at love, and...

The Works of the English Poets: With Prefaces, Biographical and ..., 8. kötet

Samuel Johnson - 1779
...Or form fome image of his cruel Fair. Urg'd with his fury, like a wounded deer, O'er thefe he fled ; and now approaching near, Had reach'd the Nymph with...unfuccefsful, was not fung in vain ; . All, but the Nymph that mould redrefs his wrong, Attend his paff:on, and approve his fong. Like Phoebus thus, acquiring unfought...

The Works of the English Poets: Waller

Samuel Johnson - 1779
...Or form fome image of his cruel Fair. Urg'd with his fury, like a wounded deer, O'er thefe he fled ; and now approaching near, Had reach'd the Nymph with...ftrain, Though unfuccefsful, was not fung in vain : AH, but the Nymph that mould redrefs his wrong, Attend his paffion, and approve his fong. Like Phoebus...

The Works of the English Poets: With Prefaces, Biographical and ..., 8. kötet

Samuel Johnson - 1779
...Or form fome image of his cruel Fair. Urg'd with his fury, like a wounded deer, O'er thefe he fled ; and now approaching near, Had reach'd the Nymph with...incline to ftay. Yet, what he fung in his immortal Hrain, Though unfuccefsful, was not fung in vain : All, but the Nymph that mould Vedrefs his wrong,...

The Works of the English Poets: With Prefaces, Biographical and ..., 29. kötet

Samuel Johnson - 1779
...Waller, the Mufe with heavenly verfc fupplies, Smooth as the fair, and fparkling as their eyes ; *' All but the nymph that fhould redrefs his wrong, " Attend his paffion, and approve his fong." But when this Orpheus funk, and hoary age Supprefs'd the lover's and the poet's rage, To Granville...

Picturesque Views on the River Thames: From Its Source in ..., 1. kötet

1792 - 467 oldal
...have moved all hearts but hers he meant to move. " Yet, what he fung, in his immortal ftrain, « Tho' unfuccefsful, was not fung in vain: « All, but the...his wrong, « Attend his paffion, and approve his fong." HE died at Beaconsfield, in 1687, at the advanced age of eighty-two, after having eonfulted...




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