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... and which elevates even the senses themselves into soul , and at the same time is a melancholy elegy on its frailty from its own nature and external circumstances ; at once the deification and the burial of love .
He is described in similar terms in Arthur Brooke's poem ; and it is added : - ' A gift he had , which nature gave him in his swathing band , That frozen mountain's ice was never half so cold As were his hands , though ne'er so near the ...
The last of these three lines , how- ever , is natural and pleasing . - Steevens . 9 Steevens reads , with the second folio : - ' Her beauty hangs upon , ' & c . Shakspeare has the same thought in his 27th Sonnet : - 6 Which like a ...
... He drew a dart and shot at him , In place where he did lie . ' This phrase in Shakspeare's time was used as an expression of tenderness , like poor fool , & c . Of some strange nature , letting it there stand Till SC .
Of some strange nature , letting it there stand Till she had laid it , and conjur❜d it down ; That were some spite : my invocation Is fair and honest , and , in his mistress ' name , I conjure only but to raise up him . Ben .
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