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" Have laid their eggs ? Why from a comfortable pillow start To see faint flushes in the east awaken? A fig, say I, for any streaky part, Excepting bacon. An early riser Mr. Gray has drawn, Who used to haste the dewy grass among, To meet the sun upon the... "
The Living Age ... - 12. oldal
1849
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Temple Bar, 3. kötet

1861
...and then he would quote two or three stanzas from Hood's humorous poem, " Morning Meditations :" " Why from a comfortable pillow start To see faint flushes...sun upon the upland lawn.' Well ! — he died young. So here I'll lie, my morning calls deferring, Till something nearer to the stroke of noon ; A man that's...

Noon, 1. kötet,4. kiadás

1901
...Wherefore should master rise before the hens " Why from a comfortable pillow start To see faint ftushes in the east awaken? A fig, say I, for any streaky part, Excepting bacon. An early riser Mr. Cray has drawn. Who used to haste the dewey grass among. "To meet the sun upon the upland lawn, ' —...

Papers of the Manchester Literary Club, 22. kötet

Manchester Literary Club - 1896
...smell of sweet herbs at the morning prime — Only lie long enough, and bed becomes A bed of time. An early riser Mr. Gray has drawn, Who used to haste, the dewy meadg among, " To meet the sun upon the upland lawn," — Well — he died young. Hood, it should be...




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