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69, add author's name, DR GRANT: 1. 2, lege now thy tyrant reign:
1. 3, for merry lege mystic: 1. 5, for bowl lege bowls : 1. 6, for merry
and fate's severest rage disarm;
F. S. II.
MUSIC, when soft voices die,
vibrates in the memory-
P. B. SHELLEY
OD that madest earth and heaven,
darkness and light!
for rest the night!
this livelong night!
A LAMENT FOR ISRAEL
you, even a lamentation, O house of Israel. The virgin of Israel is fallen; she shall no more rise: she is forsaken upon her land; there is none to raise
Wailing shall be in all the streets;
SAW a falling leaf soon strew
the soil to which it owed its birth; I saw a bright star falling too,
but never reach the quiet earth.
Such is the lowly portion blest,
such is ambition's foiled endeavour; the falling leaf is soon at rest,
while stars that fall fall on for ever.
JOYS AS WINGED DREAMS FLY FAST
grief of a heavy nature steady lies,
but joy of lighter presence eas’ly flies,
AN OLD MAN'S REFLECTIONS
my heart is idly stirr’d,
which in those days I heard.
and yet the wiser mind
MAJOR BELLENDEN'S SONG
through locks of grey and a cloak that's old, yet keep up thy heart, bold cavalier,
for a cup of sack shall fence the cold.
and years will break the strongest bow;
SIR W. SCOTT
THAT is grandeur, what is power?
heavier toil, superior pain. what the bright reward we gain? the grateful memory of the good.