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" ... the streets of Baltimore. No one near to save or love me, no kind face to watch above me, Though I heard the sound of footsteps like the waves upon the shore — Beating — beating — beating — beating — now advancing — now retreating With... "
Poems from the Inner Life - Page 128
by Lizzie Doten - 1864 - 171 lehte
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Notes and Queries, 18. köide

1900
...quivering vitals tore — Swift I fled from death and darkness, through the streets of Baltimore I No one near to save or love me ! no kind face to watch...Baltimore '. There at length they found me lying, weak and 'wlldered, sick and dying, And my shattered wreck of being to a kindly refuge bore ! But my woe was...
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The Greatest Debatewithin a Half Century Upon Modern Spiritualism

Moses Hull, William F. Jamieson - 1904 - 412 lehte
...kind face to watch above me, Though I heard the sound of footsteps Like the waves upon the shore — Now advancing, now retreating, With a dull and dreamy rhythm, With a long, continuous roar — Heard a sound of human footsteps In the streets of Baltimore. There, at length, they found me lying, Weak...
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Studies in American and British literature

Inez Nellie Canfield McFee - 1905 - 557 lehte
...shore— Beating—beating—beating—beating—now advancing—now retreating— With a dull and dreary rhythm, with a long, continuous roar—• Heard the...sound of human footsteps in the streets of Baltimore. «••»#•• Where was't thon, O Power Eternal, when the fiery fiend infernal Beat me with his...
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