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" Cumae's cavern close, The cheeks, with fast and sorrow thin, The rigid front, almost morose, But for the patient hope within, Declare a life whose course hath been Unsullied still, though still severe; Which, through the wavering days of sin, Kept itself... "
The Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine - 320 psl.
redagavo - 1894
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The First Ten Cantos of the Inferno of Dante Alighieri

Dante Alighieri - 1843 - 83 psl.
...still, though still severe, Which, through the wavering days of sin, Kept itself icy-chaste and clear. Not wholly such his haggard look When wandering once,...; Where, as the Benedictine laid His palm upon the pilgrim guest, The single boon for which he prayed The convent's charity was rest.* Peace dwells not...
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The Universalist Quarterly and General Review, 11 tomas

1854
...still, though still severe, Which, through the wavering days of sin, Kept itself icy-chaste and clear. Not wholly such his haggard look When wandering once,...; Where, as the Benedictine laid His palm upon the pilgrim guest, The single boon for which he prayed The convent's charity was rest.* " Peace dwells...
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The Christian's monthly magazine and universal review, 1 tomas

1844
...still, though still severe, Which, through the wavering days of siu. Kept itself icy-chaste and clear. " Not wholly such his haggard look When wandering once, forlorn, he strayed. With no companion save his hook, To Corvo's hushed monastic shade ; Where, as the Benedictine laid His palm upon the pilgrim guest,...
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Friendship's Forget-me-not

1849 - 243 psl.
...still, though still severe, Which, through the wavering days of sin, Kept itself icy-chaste and clear. Not wholly such his haggard look When wandering once,...; Where, as the Benedictine laid His palm upon the pilgrim guest, The single boon for which he prayed, The convent's charity, was rest. Peace dwells not...
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Poems

Thomas William Parsons - 1854
...still, though still severe, Which, through the wavering days of sin, Kept itself icy-chaste and clear. Not wholly such his haggard look When wandering once,...; Where, as the Benedictine laid His palm upon the pilgrim guest, The single boon for which he prayed The convent's charity was rest.* Peace dwells'not...
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Poems

Thomas William Parsons - 1854 - 189 psl.
...still, though still severe, Which, through the wavering days of sin, Kept itself iey-chaste and clear. Not wholly such his haggard look When wandering once,...; Where, as the Benedictine laid His palm upon the pilgrim guest, The single boon for which he prayed The convent's charity was rest.* Peace dwells not...
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Poems

Thomas William Parsons - 1854 - 189 psl.
...still, though still severe, Which, through the wavering days of sin, Kept itself icy-chaste and clear. Not wholly such his haggard look When wandering once,...; Where, as the Benedictine laid His palm upon the pilgrim guest, The single boon for which he prayed The convent's charity was rest.* Peace dwells not...
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POEMS

THOMAS WILLIAM PARSONS - 1854
...still, though still severe, Which, through the wavering days of sin, Kept itself icy-chaste and clear. Not wholly such his haggard look When wandering once,...; Where, as the Benedictine laid His palm upon the pilgrim guest, The single boon for which he prayed The convent's charity was rest.^ Peace dwells not...
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The Knickerbocker– Or, New-York Monthly Magazine, 44 tomas

Charles Fenno Hoffman, Timothy Flint, Lewis Gaylord Clark, Kinahan Cornwallis, John Holmes Agnew - 1854
...still, though still severe. Which, through the wavering days of sin. Kept itself icy-chaste and clear. ' Not wholly such his haggard look When wandering once,...shade; Where, as the Benedictine laid His palm upon t grim-sliest, The single boon for which he prayed The convent's charity was rest.* while he «be 1...
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Dwight's Journal of Music, 5–6 tomai

1855
...still, though still severe, Which, through the wavering days of sin, Kept itself icy-dbaste and clear. Not wholly such his haggard look When wandering once,...shade; Where, as the Benedictine laid His palm upon the pilgrim guest, The single boon for which he prayed The convent's charity was rest.* Peace dwells not...
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