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" Pond'ring how best his moments to employ, He sings his little songs of nameless joy, Creeps on the warm green turf for many an hour, And plucks by chance the white and yellow flower ; Smoothing their stems, while resting on his knees, He binds a nosegay... "
Flowers of Literature: For 1804: Or, Characteristic Sketches of Human Nature ... - Page 205
1805 - 518 pages
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Good tidings; or, News from the farm, a poem

Robert Bloomfield - 1804
...flow'r; Smoothing their stems, while, resting on his knees, He binds a nosegay which he never sees; Along the homeward path then feels his way, Lifting...his eyes, And all the colours of the morning rise. — 14 GOOD TIDINGS. « When was this work of bitterness begun ? ' How came the blindness of your only...
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The Literary journal, Volume 3

1804
...flow'r ; Smoothing their stems, while, resting on his knees, He binds a nosegay which he never sees ; Along the homeward path then feels his way, Lifting...the prize. "She blest that day, which he remembers toe, When he could gaze on heav'n's ethereal blue, See the young Spring, so lovely to his eyes, And...
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Wild Flowers: Or, Pastoral and Local Poetry

Robert Bloomfield - 1806 - 132 pages
...flow'r ; Smoothing their stems, while resting on his knees, He binds a nosegay which he never sees ; Along the homeward path then feels his way, Lifting...When he could gaze on heav'n's ethereal blue, See the green Spring, and Sammer's countless dies, And ail the colours of the morning rise. — ' When was...
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Wild Flowers ; Or, Pastoral and Local Poetry

Robert Bloomfield - 1819 - 132 pages
...flow'r ; Smoothing their stems, while resting on his knees, He binds a nosegay which he never sees ; Along the homeward path then feels his way, Lifting...When he could gaze on heav'n's ethereal blue, See the green Spring, and Summer's countless dies, And all the colours of the morning rise. — " When was...
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The Bardiad: A Poem in Two Cantos

Charles Burton - 1823
...flower; Smoothing their stems while resting on his knees, He binds a nosegay whicii he never sees. Along the homeward path then feels his way, Lifting...his eyes, Presents a sighing parent with the prize !" Page 23. " Oh ! why was such a Harp so soon unstrung?" It must have been a matter of undissembled...
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Poetic gleanings, from modern writers; with some original pieces. By a ...

Poetic gleanings - 1827
...flow'r ; Smoothing their stems, while resting on his knees, He binds a nosegay which he never sees ; Along the homeward path then feels his way, Lifting...eyes, Presents a sighing parent with the prize. She bless'd that day, which he remembers too, When he could gaze on heaven's ethereal blue ; See the green...
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The National Reader: A Selection of Exercises in Reading and Speaking ...

John Pierpont - 1828 - 276 pages
...flower : Smoothing their stems, while resting on his knees, He binds a nosegay which he never sees; Along the homeward path then feels his way, Lifting...his eyes, Presents a sighing parent with the prize. LESSON LIV. A Thought on Death.—MRS. BARBAULD.* WHEN life as opening buds is sweet, And golden hopes...
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The National Reader: A Selection of Exercises in Reading and ..., Book 3

John Pierpont - 1829 - 276 pages
...flower : Smoothing their stems, while resting on his knees, He binds a nosegay whieh he never sees ; Along the homeward path then feels his way, Lifting...his eyes, Presents a sighing parent with the prize. LESSON LIV. A Thought on Death. — Mns. BARBAULD.* WHEN life as opening buds is sweet, And golden...
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Poetic gems: partly original; but chiefly selected from the best authors: by ...

Samuel Blackburn - 1833
...flower : Smoothing their stems, while resting on his knees, He binds a nosegay which he never sees; Along the homeward path then feels his way, Lifting...his eyes, Presents a sighing parent with the prize, FEMALE BENEVOLENCE. THROUGH many a land and clime a ranger, With toilsome steps I've held my way, A...
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The National Reader: A Selection of Exercises in Reading and Speaking ...

John Pierpont - 1835 - 276 pages
...' He binds a nosegay which he never sees ; Along the homeward path then feels his way, Lifting hjs brow against the shining day, And, with a playful...his eyes, Presents a sighing parent with the prize. LESSON LIV. A Thought on Death. — MRS. BARBAULD.* WHEN life as opening buds is sweet, And golden...
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