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" HAD I the power To cast a bell that should from some grand tower, At the first Christmas hour, Out-ring, And fling A jubilant message wide, The forged metals should be thus allied: 1 From Love Songs. "
Overland Monthly and Out West Magazine - Page 250
1904
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Hills of Song

Clinton Scollard - 1895 - 93 pages
...spirit seem good, More than music or word ! Every fibre is stirred By the hum, And the plum ! A BELL HAD I the power To cast a bell that should from some...metals should be thus allied ; No iron Pride, 28 But soft Humility, and rich-veined Hope Cleft from a sunny slope ; And there should be White Charity,...
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An American Anthology, 1787-1899: Selections Illustrating the Editor's ...

Edmund Clarence Stedman - 1900 - 878 pages
...trace In every change of Laura's face: Be ye in love with April-tide ? I' faith, in love am II A BELL HAD I the power To cast a bell that should from some...allied: No iron Pride, But soft Humility, and rich- veined Hope Cleft from a sunny slope; And there should be White Charity, And silvery Love, that...
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The Park Review, Volumes 1-2

1900
...eye." The great care which he bestows upon form as well as thought may be seen by reading "The Bell." Had I the power To cast a bell that should from some grand tower Out-ring And fling A jubilant message wide, The forged metals should be thus allied: No Iron Pride...
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An American Anthology, 1787-1900: Selections Illustrating the Editor's ...

Edmund Clarence Stedman - 1900 - 878 pages
...trace In every change of Laura's face: Bo ye in love with April-tide ? I* faith, in lovo am 1 1 A BELL HAD I the power To cast a bell that should from some grind tower, . At the first Christinas hour, Outring, And fling A jubilant message wide, The forged...
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The World's Great Masterpieces: History, Biography, Science ..., Volume 18

1901
...out the darkened east, Leaped night's first star. Poems ased by permission of Copeland & Pay. A BELL. HAD I the power To cast a bell that should from some...allied ; No iron Pride, But soft Humility, and rich-Teined Hope Cleft from a sunny slope; And there should be White Charity, And silvery Love, that...
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An American Anthology, 1787-1900

Edmund Clarence Stedman - 1901 - 878 pages
...A BELL HAD I the power To cast a bell that should from somegn: tower, At the first Christmas boar, rence HoiCleft from a sunny slope ; And there should be White Charity, And silvery Love, that knows not IV...
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Lyrics & Legends of Christmas-tide

Clinton Scollard - 1904 - 76 pages
...Under the Holly Bough 70 f. Cosette's Christmas 72 o Pilgrims , 76 Lyrics & Legends of Christmas-Tide Had I the power To cast a bell that should from some...should be White Charity, And silvery Love, that knows nor Doubt nor Fear, To make the peal more clear; And then, to firmly fix the fine alloy, There should...
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Suggested Exercises for Michigan Special Days

Michigan. Dept. of Public Instruction - 1911 - 194 pages
...wiser and better man, and with best wishes and ble.ssings for all assembled makes his exit. A BELL Had I the power To cast a bell that should from some...tower, At the first Christmas hour, Outring, And fling The jubilant message wide, The forged metals should be thus allied; No iron Pride, But soft Humility,...
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Poems

Clinton Scollard - 1914 - 176 pages
...deep sea din, And so amid the wastes of foam, Afar his heart was happy in His highland home! A BELL HAD I the power To cast a bell that should, from some...At the first Christmas hour, Out-ring, And fling A jubliant message wide, The forged metals should be thus allied; No iron Pride, But soft Humility...
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High Tide: Songs of Joy and Vision Form the Present-day Poets of America and ...

Gertrude Moore Richards, Mrs. Waldo Richards - 1916 - 205 pages
...pale moonlight, We, the tossing city, we, the stream, Share your noble heritage of dream. AGNBS LEE HAD I the power To cast a bell that should, from some grand tower, At the first Christinas hour, Out-ring, And fling A jubilant message wide, The forged metals should be thus allied;...
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