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" Whose bosom can never recover The light it hath lost : As the young bride remembers the mother She loves, though she never may see ; As a sister remembers a brother, Oh, dearest ! remember me. "
The New-York Visitor and Lady's Album - Page 45
1842
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The Lyrics of Ireland

Samuel Lover - 1858 - 394 pages
...can never recover The light it hath lost : As the young bride remembers the mother She loves, though she never may see ; As a sister remembers a brother,...dearest, remember me. Could I be thy true lover, dearest, Could' st thou smile on me, I would be the fondest and nearest, That ever loved thee ! But a cloud...
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Harper's Cyclopædia of British and American Poetry

Epes Sargent - 1881 - 1000 pages
...can never recover The light it has lost: — As the young bride remembers the mother She loves, yet never may see, As a sister remembers a brother, Oh, dearest, remember me. AD ARE.1 Oh, sweet Adare! oh, lovely vale! Oh, soft retreat of sylvan splendor! Nor summer sun, nor...
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Harper's Cyclopaedia of British and American Poetry

Epes Sargent - 1882 - 1002 pages
...can never recover The light, it has lost: — Ae the yonng brido remembers the mother She loves, yet ADAEE.1 Oh, sweet Adare! oh, lovely vale! Olí, soft retreat of sylvan splendor! Nor summer sun, nor...
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Poems of Ireland. To which is added 'Lover's Metrical tales'.

Samuel Lover - 1884 - 458 pages
...can never recover The light it hath lost : As the young bride remembers the mother She loves, though she never may see ; As a sister remembers a brother,...would be the fondest and nearest That ever loved thee I But a cloud on my pathway is glooming, That never must burst upon thine ; And heaven, that made thee...
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The Royal Gallery of Poetry and Art: An Illustrated Book of the Favorite ...

1886 - 552 pages
...can never recover The light it has lost :— As the young bride remembers the mother She loves, yet never may see, As a sister remembers a brother, Oh, dearest, remember me. GERALD GRIFFIN. LOVE'S YOUNG DEEAM. |, THE days are gone when beauty bright My heart's chain wove !...
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The Popular Poets and Poetry of Ireland: And Choice Selections in Prose from ...

1887 - 842 pages
...loves, though she never may see, As a sister remembers a brother, O dearest, remember me ! ( 'ould I be thy true lover, dearest, Could'st thou smile on me, I would be the fondest and dearest That ever loved thee ! But a cloud on my pathway is glooming That never must burst upon thine...
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Turf-fire Stories and Fairy Tales of Ireland

Barry O'Connor - 1890 - 430 pages
...can never recover The light it hath lost; As the young bride remembers the mother She loves, though she never may see, As a sister remembers a brother, Oh, dearest, remember me." The evening wore on, and Rosaleen returned home in a state of mind bordering upon frenzy. She flew...
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Turf-fire Stories and Fairy Tales of Ireland

Barry O'Connor - 1890 - 420 pages
...can never recover The light it hath lost; As the young bride remembers the mother She loves, though she never may see, As a sister remembers a brother, Oh, dearest, remember me." The evening- wore on, and Rosaleen returned home in a state of mind bordering upon frenzy. She flew...
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Irish Poets and Novelists

Denis Oliver Crowley - 1892 - 466 pages
...bride remembers the mother She loves, though she never may see; As a sister remembers a brother, O dearest ! remember me. Could I be thy true lover, dearest, Could'st thou smile on rne , I would be the fondest and nearest That ever loved thee ! But a cloud on my pathway is glooming,...
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Poems of Love from the Best Authors

1893 - 260 pages
...can never recover The light it has lost ;— As the young bride remembers the mother She loves, yet never may see, As a sister remembers a brother, Oh, dearest, remember me. GERALD GRIFFIN. I WANDERED BY THE BROOK-SIDE. I wandered by the brook-side, I wandered by the rill,...
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