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|It came, the end of that long life of sorrow, grief, and care, " When chill |
November's surly blast made fields an' forests bare. ... an end of peace; may we
such comfort share, What matter, then, tho' wildest blasts make fields and forests
|And thou shalt be His child." The shades of a November night have fallen over |
the homes of Yates City, those homes in which the toils, the cares, ... "When chill
November's surly blasts, Make fields and forests bare." Thou in the shadow of the
|When chill November's surly blast Makes field and forest bare, I, too, would lay |
my burdens down, Would rid myself of care. Would stand awhile a leafless tree,
Forget the cares of life, Would sleep or rest through winter's blast — Would have
|Thy strong right hand, L — d make it bare, Holy Willie's Prayer. 13. Bare her leg |
and bright her e'en, . S. I met a lass t Or if bare a yet were tax'd ; . Kind Sir, I've
read\ When chill November's surly blast Made fields and forests bare, Man was ...
|... among leafless branches, or along a bleak li ill-side. Nature is fast resuming |
her wintry aspect, and " When chill November's surly blast Makes fields and
forests bare," the angler who has followed his vocation in the joyous — -4
|PIERCE PERCITAE, -" Hang up philosophy, Unless philosophy can make an |
adjutant. " In the year 1824, when ' chill November's surly blasts made fields and
forests bare, ' I was sitting by the fire in my quarters, at Fort , carelessly skimming
|... you think very slightly of all that's your own So perhaps in your habits of |
thinking amiss, You may make a mistake and think slightly of this. MAN WAS
MADE TO MOURN. Burns. When chill November's surly blast Made fields and
forests bare, ...
|WHEN chill November's surly blast Made fields and forests bare; One ev'ning as I |
wander'd forth, Along the Banks of Air, ... And man, whose heav'n-erected face
The smiles of love adorn, Man's inhumanity to Man Makes countless thousands ...
|... when the hay was mawn, 'WHEN chill November's surly blasts And corn waved |
green in ilka field, Made field and forest bare, ... Now just observe the few simple
vernacular terms that make up the picture presented in each of these verses.
|... variant consists of the doubling of the stanza, making the Ballad-eight; and this |
may be verse-rimed, or cross-rimed, or leonine-cross-rimed, as in the three
examples following: When chill November's surly blast Made fields and forest