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" Unto the steadfast dwelling of their joy, Faces had they of flame, and wings of gold: The rest was whiter than the driven snow... "
The vision; or, Hell, Purgatory, and Paradise, tr. by H.F. Cary - Page 136
by Dante Alighieri - 1814
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The Vision : Or, Hell, Purgatory and Paradise of Dante Alighieri

Dante Alighieri - 1890 - 496 pages
...downward to the mighty flow'r, or rose From the redundant petals, streaming back 10 Unto the steadfast dwelling of their joy. Faces had they of flame, and...flitted down into the flower, From range to range, fanning their plumy loins, 15 Whisper'd the peace and ardour, which they won From that soft winnowing....
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The Vision : Or, Hell, Purgatory and Paradise of Dante Alighieri

Dante Alighieri - 1892 - 496 pages
...ho*l.] The angels. Flew downward to the mighty flower, or rose From the redundant petals, streaming back Unto the stedfast dwelling of their joy. Faces had they of flame, and wings of gold ; 1 The rest was whiter than the driven enow ; And, as they flitted down into the flower, From range...
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The Divine Comedy

Dante Alighieri - 1897 - 476 pages
...downward to the mighty flower, or rose From the redundant petals, streaming back 10 Unto the steadfast dwelling of their joy. Faces had they of flame, and...flitted down into the flower, From range to range, fanning their plumy loins, 15 Whispered the peace and ardor, which they won From that soft winnowing....
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Monthly Packet

1897
...forwards between the Rose of Saints and heaven, ' the steadfast dwelling of their joy.' ' Faces they had of flame, and wings of gold, The rest was whiter than the driven snow.' The great band of hovering Angels cast no shadow upon the Rose, although they are between it and the...
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The World's Great Classics, Volume 51

Timothy Dwight, Julian Hawthorne - Literature - 1901
...downward to the mighty flower, or rose From the redundant petals, streaming back Unto the steadfast dwelling of their joy, Faces had they of flame, and...snow ; And, as they flitted down into the flower, wise and just and gracious; brave and 7 " He." Pope Clement V. See intrepid in arms; a man of honor...
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The Vision of Dante Alighieri, Part 3

Dante Alighieri - 1902
...streaming back Unto the stedfast dwelling of their joy. Faces had they of flame, and wings of gold : 4 The rest was whiter than the driven snow ; And, as...flitted down into the flower, From range to range, fanning their plumy loins, Whisper'd the peace and ardour, which they won From that soft winnowing....
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The Vision of Dante ALighieri: Paradise

Dante Alighieri - 1902
...labour glows, Flew downward to the mighty flower, or rose From the redundant petals, streaming back Unto the stedfast dwelling of their joy. Faces had they of flame, and wings of gold : 4 The rest was whiter than the driven snow ; And, as they flitted down into the flower, From range...
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The World's Best Poetry ...

John Vance Cheney, Sir Charles George Douglas Roberts, Charles Francis Richardson, John Raymond Howard, Francis Hovey Stoddard - Poetry - 1904
...downward to the mighty flower, or rose From the redundant petals, streaming back Unto the steadfast dwelling of their joy. Faces had they of flame, and...flitted down into the flower, From range to range, fanning their plumy loins, Whispered the peace and ardor, which they won From that soft winnowing....
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In the Footprints of Dante: A Treasury of Verse and Prose from the Works of ...

Dante Alighieri - 1907 - 398 pages
...downward to the mighty flower, or rose From the redundant petals, streaming back Unto the steadfast dwelling of their joy. Faces had they of flame, and...flitted down into the flower, From range to range, fanning their plumy loins, Whisper'd the peace and ardour, which they won From that soft winnowing....
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The Divine Comedy

Dante Alighieri - 1909 - 429 pages
...downward to the mighty flower, or rose From the redundant petals, streaming back Unto the steadfast dwelling of their joy, Faces had they of flame, and...driven snow; And, as they flitted down into the flower, •even months and eighteen days from his first coronation to his death. He was a man wise and just...
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