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The story is told of a man who, seeing one of the thoroughbred stables for the first time, suddenly removed his hat and said in aw
The far-off clinching and mating of arches, the leap and thrust of the stone, carrying a great roof overhead, awed and silenced he
When heaven and earth were in confusion hurl'd
For the debated empire of the world, ...
I know the thing that's most uncommon
(Envy be silent and attend!); ...
Only in dream, like this dawn,
Does the grave, awed intensity Of our young love Return to my mind, to my flesh.
The true shepherd of his flock, the majesty of whose spiritual authority awed even the unscrupulous enemy.
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