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" I could not get to the other side. ' Father, O father! what do we here In this land of unbelief and fear? The Land of Dreams is better far, Above the light of the morning star. "
The Californian - Page 453
1893
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Life of William Blake, "Pictor Ignotus".: With Selections from His ..., Volume 2

Alexander Gilchrist, Anne Burrows Gilchrist, William Blake - Artists - 1863 - 389 pages
...waters wide, I could not get to the other side.' ' Father, O father ! what do we here, In this land of unbelief and fear? The land of dreams is better far, Above the light of the morning star.' MARY. SWEET Mary, the first time she ever was there, Came into the ball-room among the fair ; The young...
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Songs of Innocence and Experience: with Other Poems

William Blake - 1866 - 108 pages
...waters wide, I could not get to the other side. " Father, O Father ! what do we here, In this land of unbelief and fear ? The Land of Dreams is better far Above the light of the Morning Star." MARY. SWEET Mary, the first time she ever was there, Came into the ball-room among the fair, The young...
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The poems of William Blake [ed. by R.H. Shepherd].

William Blake - 1874
...waters wide, I could not get to the other side. " Father, O father ! what do we here, In this land of unbelief and fear ? The land of dreams is better far Above the light of the morning-star." MARY. SWEET Mary, the first time she ever was there, Came into the ball-room among the...
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The Children's Treasury of English Song

Francis Turner Palgrave - Children's poetry, English - 1877 - 302 pages
...' I could not get to the other side.' • — ' Father, O father ! what do we here, ' In this land of unbelief and fear ? — ' The Land of Dreams is...better far, ' Above the light of the morning star.' W. Blahe * 76 * DEA TH IN LIFE How soon doth man decay ! When clothes are taken from a chest of sweets...
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First (Second) poetry book, selected and arranged by C. Geikie, Volume 2

John Cunningham Geikie - 1878
...waters wide, I could not get to the other side." — " Father, 0 Father ! what do we here, In this land of unbelief and fear ? — The Land of Dreams is better far, Above the light of the morning star." — 10 — ROBERT BURNS.— Born, 1759; Died, 1738. The son of a Scottish ploughman, and himself bred...
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Aunt Charlotte's Evenings at Home with the Poets: A Collection of Poems for ...

Charlotte Mary Yonge - Children's poetry - 1881 - 360 pages
...waters wide, I could not get to the other side." " Father 1 O father ! what do we here In this land of unbelief and fear ? The Land of Dreams is better far Above the light of the morning star." BLAKE, EVENING IX. STEAM. Alice. Aunt Charlotte has given us Steam for this evening's subject. I cannot...
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The Poems: With Specimens of the Prose Writings, of William Blake

William Blake - English poetry - 1885 - 282 pages
...waters wide, I could not get to the other side." " Father, O father ! what do we hear, In this land of unbelief and fear? The land of dreams is better far, Above the light of the morning star." MARY. WEET Mary, the first time she ever was there, Came into the ball-room among the fair ; The young...
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The Poetical Works of William Blake: Lyrical and Miscellaneous

William Blake - 1890 - 231 pages
...waters wide, I could not get to the other side." " Father, 0 father ! what do we here, In this land of unbelief and fear ? The land of dreams is better far, Above the light of the morning star." MARY. fWEET Mary, the first time she ever was there, Came into the ball-room among the fair; The young...
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The Poetical Works of William Blake: Lyrical and Miscellaneous

William Blake - English poetry - 1893 - 231 pages
...waters wide, I could not get to the other side." " Father, 0 father ! what do we here, In this land of unbelief and fear ? The land of dreams is better far, Above the light of the morning star." MARY. |WEET Mary, the first time she ever was there, Came into the ball-room among the fair; The young...
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The Poems of William Blake

William Blake - 1893 - 251 pages
...waters wide, I could not get to the other side.' 'Father, O father 1 what do we here, In this land of unbelief and fear ? The land of dreams is better far, Above the light of the rooming star.' TO MR. BUTTS. To my friend Butts I write My first vision of light, On the yellow sands...
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