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" His pinion, and with short uneasy sweeps Circles above his eyry, with loud screams Chiding his mate back to her nest; but she Lies dying, with the arrow in her side, In some far stony gorge out of his ken, A heap of fluttering feathers — never more... "
The Kangaroo Hunters, Or, Adventures in the Bush - Página 217
de Anne Bowman - 1859 - 444 páginas
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Poems

Matthew Arnold - 1853 - 248 páginas
...with the arrow in her side, In some far stony gorge out of his ken, A heap of fluttering feathers : never more Shall the lake glass her, flying over it...precipices Echo her stormy scream as she sails by : — As that poor bird flies home, nor knows his loss — So Rustum knew not his own loss, but stood...
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The Christian remembrancer; or, The Churchman's Biblical ..., Volumen 27

1854
...with the arrow in her side, In some far stony gorge, out of his ken, A heap of fluttering feathers; never more Shall the lake glass her, flying over it...precipices Echo her stormy scream as she sails by.' — Ibid. p. 33. This certainly is a very noble picture. Our readers will, we are sure, feel also the...
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The North British review

1854
...with the arrow in her side, In some far stony gorge out of his ken, A heap of fluttering feathers : never more Shall the lake glass her, flying over it...precipices Echo her stormy scream as she sails by : — As that poor bird flies home, nor knows his loss, — • So Rustum knew not his own loss, but...
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Poems

Matthew Arnold - 1856 - 336 páginas
...with the arrow in her side, In some far stony gorge out of his ken, A heap of fluttering feathers : never more Shall the lake glass her, flying over it...precipices Echo her stormy scream as she sails by : — As that poor bird flies home, nor knows his loss — So Rustum knew not his own loss, but stood...
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The Bristol magazine and West of England monthly review, Volumen 1

1857
...with the arrow in her side, In some far stouy gorge out of his ken, A heap of fluttering feathers ; never more Shall the lake glass her, flying over it...dripping precipices Echo her stormy scream as she Bails by : — As that poor bird flies home, nor knows his loss, — So Rnstum knew not his own loss,...
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The Dublin University Magazine: A Literary and Political Journal

1858
...tritli lite arrow iii ker tide, In tome far eUmy gorge out of kit fen, A heap of fluttering feathers : never more Shall the lake glass her flying over it ; Never the black and dripping precipice* Echo her stormy scream <u itie nu> by : As that poor bird flies to his home, nor knows his...
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The Late English Poets

Richard Henry Stoddard - 1865 - 539 páginas
...with the arrow in her side, In some far stony gorge out of his ken, A heap of fluttering feathers : never more Shall the lake glass her, flying over it...precipices Echo her stormy scream as she sails by : — As that poor bird flies home, nor knows his loss — So Rustum knew not his own loss, but stood...
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Foliorum silvula, selections for translation into Latin and Greek verse, by ...

Hubert Ashton Holden - 1866
...with the arrow in her side, in some far stony gorge out of his ken, a heap of fluttering feathers : never more shall the lake glass her, flying over it;...precipices echo her stormy scream as she sails by: — as that poor bird flies home, nor knows his loss — so Rustom knew not his own loss, but stood...
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The British Quarterly Review, Volumen 42

Henry Allon - 1865
...with the arrow in her side, In some far stony gorge out of his ken, A heap of fluttering feathers : never more Shall the lake glass her, flying over it...precipices Echo her stormy scream as she sails by : — As that poor bird flies home, nor knows his loss, So Rustum knew not his own loss, but stood...
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Our Living Poets: An Essay in Criticism, Volumen 1

Harry Buxton Forman - 1871 - 512 páginas
...with the arrow in her side, In some far stony gorge out of his ken, A heap of fluttering feathers : never more Shall the lake glass her, flying over it...precipices Echo her stormy scream as she sails by : — As that poor bird flies home, nor knows his loss — So Rustnm knew not his own loss, but stood...
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