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" Twere better it should ache too much, Than never ache at all. The Heart — the Heart that's truly blest Is never all its own; No ray of glory lights the breast That beats for self alone. "
The Skavlem and Ödegaarden Families: Being a Genealogical Record and Pioneer ... - Page 151
1915 - 245 pages
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The Poetical Works of Mary Howitt, Eliza Cook, and L.E.L.

Mary Botham Howitt - 1849 - 539 pages
...other's pain ; The breath that soothes a brother's care Is never spent in vain. And though it throb at gentlest touch, Or sorrow's faintest call, Twere...better it should ache too much, Than never ache at all. The heart — the heart, that's truly blest, Is never all its own ; No ray of glory lights the breast...
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The Ladies' Wreath, Volume 2

American literature - 1849
...breath that soothes a brother's care Is never spent in vain And though it throb at gentlest touch, Of sorrow's faintest call, 'Twere better it should ache too much, Than never ache at all. The heart, the heart that's truly blest, Is never all its own ; No ray of glory lights the breast,...
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The Soul's welfare, Volumes 1-3

1850
...others' pain ; The breath that soothes a brother's care Is never spent in vain. And though it throb at gentlest touch, Or sorrow's faintest call, 'Twere...better it should ache too much, Than never ache at all. The heart — the heart, that's truly blest Is never all its own ; No ray of glory lights the breast...
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Poems in 3 (4) Vols, Volume 2

Eliza Cook - 1853
...others' pain ; The breath that soothes a brother's care Is never spent in vain. And though it throb at gentlest touch, Or Sorrow's faintest call, 'Twere...better it should ache too much, Than never ache at all. The heart — the heart that's truly blest Is never all its own ; No ray of glory lights the breast...
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The cruet stand, select pieces of prose and poetry, Volume 2

C. Gough - 1853
...other's pain ; The breath that soothe's a brother's care Is never spent in vain. And though it throb at gentlest touch, Or sorrow's faintest call, 'Twere...better it should ache too much, Than never ache at all. The heart — the heart ! that's truly blest Is never all its own ; No ray of glory lights the breast...
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The Ladies' Diadem: a Token of Friendship

Edward A. Rice - Gift books - 1853 - 290 pages
...breath that soothes a brother's care Is never spent in vain And though it throb at gentlest touch, Of sorrow's faintest call, Twere better it should ache too much, Than never ache at all. The heart, the heart that's truly blest, Is never all its own; No ray of glory lights the breast, That...
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Heart Songs: A Book for the Gift-season

Miss E. Hedge - English poetry - 1856 - 144 pages
...others' pain : The breath that soothes a brother's care Is never spent in vain. And though it throb at gentlest touch, Or Sorrow's faintest call, 'Twere...better it should ache too much Than never ache at all. The heart, the heart that's truly blest, Is never all its own : No ray of glory lights the breast That...
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The children's harp, or, Select poetry for the young

Children - 1859
...others' pain ; The breath that soothes a brother's care Is never spent in vain. And though it throb at gentlest touch, Or Sorrow's faintest call, 'Twere...better it should ache too much Than never ache at all. The heart — the heart that's truly blest Is never all its own ; No ray of glory lights the breast...
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The Ladies' and Gentlemen's Mirror of Fortune: Or, The Analysis of Life

Caroline M. Mersereau - Amusements - 1860 - 346 pages
...others' pain ; The breath that soothes a brother's care Is never spent in vain ; And though it throb at gentlest touch, Or sorrow's faintest call, 'Twere...better it should ache too much, Than never ache at all. The heart — the heart that's truly bT£st Is never all its own, No ray of glory lights the breast...
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Popular Poetry: a selection of pieces old and new, adapted for general use

Popular poetry - English poetry - 1862 - 220 pages
...others' pain : The breath that soothes a brother's care Is never spent in vain. And though it throb at gentlest touch, Or sorrow's faintest call, 'Twere...better it should ache too much Than never ache at all. The heart, the heart, that's truly blest Is never all its own ; No ray of glory lights the breast That...
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