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" Is the One found, Amongst a wilderness of as happy grace, To make Heaven's bound; So that in Her All which it hath of sensitively good Is sought and understood After the narrow modes the mighty Heavens prefer? "
Poems - Page 7
by Coventry Patmore, Francis Thompson - 1894 - 81 pages
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Studies in Literature: Some Words about Chaucer, and Other Essays

Maurice Francis Egan - Literature - 1899 - 130 pages
...God, have thou no mercy upon me ! Poor Child! "Wind and Wave" opens with, "The wedded light and heat, Winnowing the witless space Without a let, What are...sleepy sod, and there beget Perchance the violet, — " and drifts into silence with "And so the whole Unfathomable and immense Triumphing tide comes...
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The Catholic University Bulletin, Volume 5

Catholic University of America - 1899
...have thou no mercy upon me ! Poor Child I " " Wind and Wave" opens with, " The wedded light and heat, Winnowing the witless space Without a let, What are...sleepy sod, and there beget Perchance the violet, — " and drifts into silence with " And BO the whole Unfathomable and immense Triumphing tide comes...
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The Poets and the Poetry of the Nineteenth Century, Volume 5

Alfred Henry Miles - English poetry - 1905
...1877. COVENTRY PATMORE. l.—WIND AND WAVE. (FROM BOOK I., CANTO 11.) '"pHE wedded light and heat, 1 Winnowing the witless space, Without a let, What are...wilderness of as happy grace, To make Heaven's bound j So that in Her All which it hath of sensitively good Is sought and understood After the narrow mode...
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