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Ambition angels beneath bless'd bliss boast cause creation dark death deep Deity delight divine dread dream dust earth eternal ev'ry fair fall fate fire flames fool future give glory gods grave guilt half hand happiness heart heaven height hell hope hour human immortal leave less light live look Lorenzo man's man’s mankind mind mortal Nature Nature's needful never Night nought o'er once pain passions past peace pleasure poor pow'r praise present pride proud Reason rise round scene seen sense shines sight skies smile song sons soul speak sphere spirit stars strange strike sure tell thee thine things thou thought thousand thro throne triumph true truth turn various virtue whole wing wisdom wise wish wonder worth
Página 149 - One sun by day, by night ten thousand shine ; And light us deep into the DEITY. How boundless in magnificence and might ! O what a confluence of ethereal fires, From urns unnumber'd, down the steep of heaven, Streams to a point, and centres in my sight ! Nor tarries there ; I feel it at my heart. My heart, at once, it humbles, and exalts; Lays it in dust, and calls it to the skies.
Página 107 - What stronger demonstration of the right? The present all their care, the future his. When public welfare calls, or private want, They give to Fame ; his bounty he conceals. Their virtues varnish Nature, his exalt.
Página 183 - Divine Instructor ! Thy first volume this For man's perusal ; all in capitals...
Página 208 - Through this wide waste of worlds ! this vista vast, " All sanded o'er with suns ; suns turn'd to night " Before thy feeblest beam — LOok down — down — " down, " On a poor breathing particle in dust, " Or, lower, — an immortal in his crimes. " His crimes forgive ! forgive his virtues, too ! " Those smaller faults, half converts to the right...
Página 142 - ... By mortals and immortals seen with awe ! A starry crown thy raven brow adorns, An azure zone thy waist ; clouds, in heaven's loom Wrought through varieties of shape and shade, In ample folds of drapery divine, Thy flowing mantle form, and, heaven throughout, Voluminously pour thy pompous train : Thy gloomy grandeurs (Nature's most august, Inspiring aspect !) claim a grateful verse ; And, like a sable curtain starr'd with gold, Drawn o'er my labours past, shall close the scene.
Página 143 - And spread a lustre o'er the shades of night. Feel I thy kind assent ? and shall the sun Be seen at midnight, rising in my song...
Página 101 - The first sure symptom of a mind in health Is rest of heart, and pleasure felt at home.
Página 89 - And leaves us perfect blockheads in our bliss. The clouds may drop down titles and estates; Wealth may seek us; but wisdom must be sought; Sought before all; but (how unlike all else We seek on earth !) 'tis never sought in vain.