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" Like meek prayers before a shrine. Face and figure of a child, Though too calm, you think, and tender, For the childhood you would lend her. "
Mary Leigh; or, Purpose in life - Page 24
by Hannah Ransome Geldart - 1869
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The Poems of Elizabeth Barrett Browning, Volume 2

Elizabeth Barrett Browning - 1844
...And a forehead fair and saintly, Which two blue eyes undershine, Like meek prayers before a shrine. Face and figure of a child, Though too calm, you...and tender, For the childhood you would lend her. Yet child-simple, undefiled, Frank, obedient, waiting still On the turnings of your will. Moving...
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The Poems of Elizabeth Barrett Browning ...

Elizabeth Barrett Browning - 1850
...And a forehead fair and saintly, Which two blue eyes undershine, Like meek prayers before a shrine. Face and figure of a child, Though too calm, you...and tender, For the childhood you would lend her. Yet child-simple, undefiled, Frank, obedient, waiting still On the turnings of your will. Moving...
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Gift for Young Ladies

1850 - 124 pages
...And a forehead fair and saintly, Which two blue eyes undershine, Like meek prayers before a shrine. Face and figure of a child, Though too calm, you...and tender, For the childhood you would lend her. Yet child-simple, undefiled, Frank, obedient, waiting still On the turnings of your will. A PORTRAIT....
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Poems, Volume 2

Elizabeth Barrett Browning - 1853
...And a forehead fair and saintly, Which two blue eyes undershine, Like meek prayers before a shrine. Face and figure of a child, Though too calm, you...and tender, For the childhood you would lend her. Yet child-simple, undefiled, Frank, obedient, waiting still On the turnings of your will. Moving...
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Bertha and Lily, Or, The Parsonage of Beech Glen: A Romance

Elizabeth Oakes Prince Smith - 1854 - 336 pages
...remembered only the great, nobler aspects to which all respond in periods of emergency. CHAPTER IV. Face and figure of a child Though too calm, you...and tender, For the childhood you would lend her. And a stranger when he sees her In the street even smileth stilly, Just as you would at...
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Ambrose, the Sculptor: An Autobiography of Artist Life, Volume 1

Mrs. Robert Cartwright - 1854
...beauty. Oval cheeks encoloured faintly, \V~hich a trail of golden hair Keeps from falling off to air. Face and figure of a child, Though too calm, you...and tender, For the childhood you would lend her. Quiet talk she liketh best, In a bower of gentle looks, Watering flowers or reading books. ELIZABETH...
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Violet: Or, The Cross and the Crown

Maria Jane McIntosh - 1856 - 448 pages
...peace, yet suffering neither change, nor let, nor hindrance, in its own eternal purposes. CHAPTER III. " Face and figure of a child, Though too calm, you think, and tender, For the childhood you would lend her j And her smile, it seems half holy, As if drawn from thoughts more for Thau our common jestings are....
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Poems, by E.B. Barrett, Volume 3

Elizabeth Barrett Browning - 1862
...forehead fair and saintly, Which two blue eyes undershine, Like meek prayers before a shrine. Pace and figure of a child, Though too calm, you think,...and tender, For the childhood you would lend her. Tet child-simple, undefiled, Frank, obedient, waiting still On the turnings of your will. Moving light,...
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Poems, Volume 2

Elizabeth Barrett Browning - 1862
...And a forehead fair and saintly, Which two blue eyes undershine, Like meek prayers before a shrine. Face and figure of a child, Though too calm, you...and tender, For the childhood you would lend her. Yet child-simple, undefiled, Frank, obedient, waiting still On the turnings of your will. Moving...
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Poems, Volume 3

Elizabeth Barrett Browning - 1864
...And a forehead fair and saintly, Which two blue eyes undershiue, Like meek prayers before a shrine. Face and figure of a child, Though too calm, you think, and tender, Por the childhood you would lend her. Tet child-simple, undefiled, Frank, obedient, waiting still On...
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