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ter'd | mien ; 7 | 7 While | each 7 | strain'd 7 | ball of sight 7| |

seem'd 7 | bursting | 7 from his head. 7111 Thy 7 | numbers, | | Jealousy! | 7 to | nought were

| fix'd:|| Sad 7 | proof 7 | 7 of thy dis / tressful | state! 7|| 7 Of differing | themes, 7 1 7 the | veering | song

was | mix’d; 711 7 And now, 7 1 7 it | courted | Love; 7. now

| raging | call?d on | Hate. 7| || 7 With | eyes 7 | 7 up / rais'd, 7 17 as I one in 1

spird, 711 Pale | Melancholy || sat re | tired; 7|| And from her | wild se quester’d seat, 7 | 7 In | notes, 7 | 7 by I distance ! I made 7 | more any

| sweet, 7 | | Pour'd thro' the | mellow | horn, 717 her |

pensive | soul; 7 1 1 7 And | dashing / soft, 717 from | rocks a | round,

7 Bubbling | runnels | join'd the sound. 7111 7 Thro', glades and I glooms, 7| 7 the | mingled /

measures / stole: 711 7 Or | oe'r 7 | some 7 | haunted stream, 7 | 7 with

fond de lay, 7 | 1 Round al holy | calm dif | fusing, I

| Love of | peace, 7| 7 and I lonely / musing, |

7 In | hollow | murmurs | | dy'd a way. 9||| 7 But O! how | alter'd, | 7 was its | sprightlier |

tone! 71 7 When | Cheerfulness, l 17a | nymph of | healthi

est | hue, 7 | 7 Her | bow 7 17a | cross her | shoulder | fung; 7 | 7 Her | buskins | gemm’d with | morning | dew, 7|| Blew an in I spiring | air, 717 that | dale and I

thicket | rung:7|| 7 The | hunters | call, 717 to | Faun 7 17 and 1

Dryad | known. 7| | | 7 The | oak crown'd sisters, | 7 and their chaste

eyed | queen, 7 | Satyrs | 7 and Sylvan | boys, 7 | 7 were / seen, Peeping from | forth 7 | their 7 | alleys / green; 7 |

| Brown | Exercise 7 re I joic'd to hear, 7 | 7 And | Sport 7 | leapt 7 | up, 717 and | seiz'd his

beechen I spear. 7 ||| Last came | Joy's 7 1 7 ec | static | trial. Il He with | viny | crown ad | vancing, | First to the lively | pipe 717 his hand ad |

dress'd; 71 7 But soon he saw the brisk a / wakening | viol,

1 7 Whose I sweet, 7 1 7 en | trancing / voice, 7 | 7 he

| lov'd the best. 7||| They would have thought, 717 who heard 717

the | strain, They saw; 717 in | Tempe’s | vale 7 1 7 her

native | maids, 7]

7 A | midst the I festal | | sounding | shades, 7 | 17 To | some un | weary'd | minstrel | dancing:11 While as his flying | fingers | kiss'd the strings,

71-1 Love 7 | framed with | Mirth, 717 a gay fan | tas

tic round; 7|| Loose were her | tresses | seen, 7 | 7 her | zone 7 / 7

un | bound; 711 7 And he, 7 1 7 amidst | his 7 | frolic | play, 7 | 7 As if he would the charming | air 7 | 7 re | pay,

71 · Shook 7 | thousand / odours, 1 7 from his | dewy |

wings. 777111

CHILDE HAROLD.

CANTO IX. CLXXXVI.

Oh! that the | Desert | 7 were my | dwelling place, 1 7 With | one 7 | fair 7 | Spirit | 7 for my I minister, |

| That I might | all for | get the human race,

7 And, i hating i no one, | I love 7 1 7 but only |

her! 7111 Ye 7 | Elements ! 1.7 in whose en l nobling | stir

71 7 Il feel myself ex | alted; | | Can ye | not | 7 Ac | cord me | 7 such a | being? | 1 | Do Il

err 7 |

7 In / deeming | such 7 1 7 in | habit / many a

spot! 711 Though | with them 17 to converse, 9 17 can

rarely I be our | lot. 7111 There is a pleasure | 7 in the pathless / woods, 7

il There is a | rapture | 7 on the lonely / shore, 7

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71 1 7 By the deep 7 | sea, 7 1 7 and | music 7 in

its | roar:7111 7 I love not | man 7 17 the less, 717 but | na

ture | more, ? 7 From those our | interviews, 1 T in i winica i

steal 7 | 7 From | all I | may be, 1 7 or I have been | 7 be |

fore, 711 7 To | mingle | 7 with the / universe, I and I feel 7 | What I can | ne'er ex | press, 9 17 yet cannot | all

717 con ceal. 7 | | | Roll 7 | on, 717 thou | deep 7 17 and dark 7 |

blue 7 | ocean, | | roll! | | | 7 Ten I thousand | fleets 7 | sweep over | thee, 7 |

7 in vain, 7 | 11 Man 7 | marks the earth 7 | 7 with | ruin | 17 his

con | trol 7 | Stops with the shore; 7| | upon the / watery |

plain 71

1 The wrecks are | all 7 | thy 19 | deed; | | nor

doth re| main 71 7 A | shadow of | man's | ravage, I save his I own,

711 When for a | moment, I 1 7 like a | drop of | rain,

:71 7 He | sinks 7 | 7 into | thy | depths 7 1 7 with | bub

bling | groan, 71 7 With | out a | grave, 7 | 17 un | knell'd, 7 1 7 un

| coffin'd, 1 7 and un | knowo.77111 ny His / steps 717 are not upon | thy | paths, 7 |

thy | fields ? | 7 Are not a spoil 7 1 7 for | him, 7 || thou dost

a | rise 7 | 7 And | shake him from the 17 the vile |

strength he / wields 7 7 For | earth's de / struction, I thou dost | all des

| pise. 711 Spurning him 1 7 from thy I bosom, 1 7 to the skies,

711 any And I send'st him | shivering 1 7 in thy I playful |

spray, 71 7 And | howling, | 7 to his | Gods, 71 l where

haply | lies 71 7 His | petty | hope, 7 1 7 in some | near 7 | part 7 |

7 or bay, 711 Then 7 | dashest him 17 al gain 7| 7 to earth, 7

| | there 7 | let him i lay. 7| | | 7 The armaments, | 7 which | thunderstrike | 7 the | walls 7]

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