10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «WHERESOE'ER»
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The Rural Magazine, and Literary Evening Fire-side
Ah! Clara, cease—those silent tears Steal down thy cheeks in vain; Kind hope
shall chase away thy fears, Till I return again: But wheresoe'er our route shall be,
My heart shall still encamp with thee. Why should we lose the single hour, Which
My evening hours, and other poems
wheresoe'er. you. be. 'INEBS ! wheresoe'er you be — England, Wales, and
Scotland free — Now united be ! and then We may soon be better men ! Shun all
strikes ! restriction is The noble rule that wisdom gives ; Keep the markets S.2.
The Poets and Poetry of the West: With Biographical and ...
And he would call it back to life, Wheresoe'er thy presence lingers, To mingle in
the mimic strife ! Wheresoe'er its brightness beams, And ever, to each fitful lay,
Fancy weaves, with cunning fingers, His frame in restless motion wheels,
William Turner Coggeshall, 1860
Sovereign Shame: A Study of King Lear
There is thus a ludicrous irony in Lear's grandiloquent gesture of addressing the
naked wretches "wheresoe'er you are" when those who "bide the pelting of this
pitiless storm" are so near and wedded to Lear they should be called Lear's ...
The Crystal Fount: For All Seasons
Greener verdure, brighter blossoms, Wheresoe'er thy footsteps stray, O'er the
earth's enamored bosom Live alway. Wheresoe'er thy presence lingers,
Wheresoe'er thy brightness beams, Fancy weaves with cunning fingers, Sweetest
Timothy Shay Arthur, 1850
The Atlantis: a register of literature and science
"Wheresoe'er the black milk flowed, Waxed there the swarth soft iron —
Wheresoe'er was shed the white milk, There the hard steel was begotten ;
Wheresoe'er the red milk trickled There outgrew the brittle iron. " Short awhile
therein abiding, ...
Dublin city, univ. coll, 1858
The Wordsworth Book of Sonnets
Were I as high as heav'n above the plain, And you, my love, as humble and as
low As are the deepest bottoms of the main, Wheresoe'er you were, with you my
love should go. Were you the earth, dear love, and I the skies, My love should ...
Linda Marsh, Masson, 1995
The Foreign Quarterly Review
Wheresoe'er I go — I meet thee, Wheresoe'er I stay — I greet thee, Following
always — everywhere, Cruel maiden ! O, forbear!" From the second part, which
he calls A' Boldog Szerelem, or Happy Love, we translate the 41st dal. beginning
A Book of Poetry from Spenser to Bridges
... And look upon you with ten thousand eyes, Till heaven waxed blind, and till the
world were done. Wheresoe'er I am, below, or else above you, Wheresoe'er you
are, my heart shall truly love you. josHUA sYLvEsTER Parting SINCE there's no ...
The Double: A Psychoanalytic Study
the. Problem. Wheresoe'er toward sleep I turned, Wheresoe'er for death I
yearned, Wheresoe'er l trod the ground, On my way sat down by me A wretched
wight, black-vestured he, In whom a brother's guise I found. MUSSET The
technique of ...
Otto Rank, Harry Tucker Jr., 1971
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «WHERESOE'ER»
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Walking Away by Simon Armitage review – the South West Coast …
Likewise his troubadour is not the Provençal poet, spouting tales of courtly love in Oc, flitting wheresoe'er the whim takes him. Perhaps every age gets the ... «The Guardian, Jun 15»
This lawn weed has many redeeming qualities
"Wheresoe'er they tread/beneath them springs a flower unknown among us/Springs the White Man's Foot in blossom/Let us welcome, then, the strangers/ Hail ... «York County Coast Star, Aug 14»
War, Peace and the Manufacturing of Rajapaksa Myths
Knowing the former and the after lives. For so our scriptures truly seem to teach,. That–once, and wheresoe'er, and whence begun–. Life runs its rounds of living, ... «Groundviews, May 14»
Cheeses, that was a close call
Our brethren shield in danger's hour;/From rock and tempest, fire and foe,/Protect them wheresoe'er they go;/Thus evermore shall rise to Thee/Glad hymns of ... «The Canberra Times, Apr 14»
Why we still read the Bard
Or take these lines from King Lear: “Poor naked wretches, wheresoe'er you are,/That bide the pelting of this pitiless storm,/How shall your houseless heads and ... «The Hindu, Apr 14»
Shakespeare that resonates
... more poignant in the earlier parts of the play: “Happy is Hermia/wheresoe'er she lies;/For she hath blessed and attractive eyes./How came her eyes so bright? «Trinidad Guardian, May 13»
Margaret Thatcher: the funeral Order of Service
Turn wheresoe'er I may, By night or day, The things which I have seen I now can see no more. The rainbow comes and goes, And lovely is the rose; The moon ... «Telegraph.co.uk, Apr 13»
What is the best poem about the British countryside?
Is ever foremost, wheresoe'er they stray; Allow'd precedence, undisputed sway; With jealous pride her station is maintain'd, For many a broil that post of honour ... «Independent, Aug 10»
Richey: Plantain a valuable medicinal, edible plant
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow's poem "Hiawatha" might have been the first written reference to plantain as White-man's foot: "Wheresoe'er they tread, beneath ... «Online Athens, Aug 10»
The Lycra Files: The Dragon Ride, Wales
“Who climbs with toil, wheresoe'er, shall finds wings waiting there,” wrote the English poet, Henry Charles Beeching, and he was right. Leaning forward against ... «Telegraph.co.uk, Jun 10»