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No Raven's wing can stretch the flight so far
As the torn bandrols of Napoleon's war.
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Reverence is the highest quality of man's nature; and that individual, or nation, which has it slightly developed, is so far unfor ...
In the great cities, winter glitters with art and feasting. But poetry, the country cousin, sees only the dearth of the fields.
There's never a dearth of reasons to shoot at the President.
In a moment when criticism shows a singular dearth of direction every man has to be a law unto himself in matters of theatre, writ ...
What ails it, intrinsically, is a dearth of intellectual audacity and of aesthetic passion. Running through it, and characterizing ...
Hush'd in and curtain'd with a blessed dearth
Of all that irk'd her from the hour of birth;
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