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" Esquimau, in his strange canoe, Was the only living soul ! Along the coast, like a giant host, The glittering icebergs frowned, Or they met on the main, like a battle plain And crashed with a fearful sound ; The seal and the bear, with a curious stare,... "
Poems from the Inner Life - Page 20
by Lizzie Doten - 1864 - 171 lehte
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The Living Age ..., 40. köide

Eliakim Littell, Robert S. Littell - 1854
...Where the hissing light in the heavens grew bright, And flamed like a midnight sun. There was naught below save the fields of snow, That stretched to the...sound ! The seal and the bear, with a curious stare, Looked down from the frozen heights ; And the stars in the skies, with great wild eyes, Peered oat...
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The Lily of the Valley

1854
...Where the hissing light in the heavens grew bright, And flamed like a midnight sun. There was naught below save the fields of snow, That stretched to the...icebergs frowned; Or they met on the main, like a battle-plain, And crashed with a fearful sound ! The seal and the bear, with a curious stare, Looked...
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Ballou's Monthly Magazine, 29–30. köide

1869
...outrode a gale." Where the hissing light in the heavens grew And flamed like a midnight sun. [bright, There was nought below, save the fields of snow, That...icebergs frowned, Or they met on the main, like a hattle plain, And crashed with a fearful sound! The seal and the bear, with a curious stare, Looked...
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Primer First (-Fourth, Sixth) reader

1874
...Where the hissing light in the heavens grew bright, And flamed like a midnight sun. There was i: ought below save the fields of snow, That stretched to the...sound ! The seal and the bear, with a curious stare, Looked down from the frozen heights ; And the stars in the skies, with. great wild eyes, Peered out...
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The Reading Club and Handy Speaker: Being Selections in Prose ..., 6–12. number

George Melville Baker - 1879
...There was naught below save the fields of snow, That stretched to the icy Pole ; And the Esquimau, in his strange canoe, Was the only living soul. Along...icebergs frowned ; Or they met, on the main, like a battle-plam, And crashed with a fearful sound. The seal and the bear, with a curious stare, Looked...
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The Fireside Encyclopaedia of Poetry: Comprising the Best Poems of the Most ...

Henry Troth Coates - 1881 - 1002 lehte
...bright And flamed like a midnight sun. There was naught below save the fields of snow, That stretch'd ' frown'd, Or they met on the main like a battleplain, And crash'd with a fearful sound ! The seal and...
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Our World's Great Benefactors: Short Biographies of the Men and Women Most ...

Samuel Adams Drake - 1887 - 702 lehte
...There was nought below, save the fields of snow That stretched to the icy Pole ; And the Esquimau, in his strange canoe, Was the only living soul. "...coast, like a giant host, The glittering icebergs formed ; They met on the main, like a battle plain, And crashed with a fearful sound. The seal and...
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Our World's Great Benefactors: Short Biographies of the Men and Women Most ...

Samuel Adams Drake - 1888 - 702 lehte
...There was nought below, save the fields of snow That stretched to the icy Pole ; And the Esquimau, in his strange canoe, Was the only living soul. "...coast, like a giant host, The glittering icebergs formed ; They met on the main, like a battle plain, And crashed with a fearful sound. The seal and...
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The Fireside Encyclopedia of Poetry: Comprising the Best Poems of the Most ...

1901 - 1027 lehte
...below save the fields of snow. That stretch'd to the icy Pole; And the Esquimaux, in his strange eanoe. plore him, And thou, little guardian, alone streteh'd before him, — Unhonor'd frown'd. Or they met on the main like a battleplain. And crash'd with a fearful sound ! The .seal and...
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Best Things from Best Authors...

1905
...sun. There was naught below, save the fields of snow, That stretch to the icy pole ; And the Esquimau, in his strange canoe, Was the only living soul ! Along...sound ; The seal and the bear, with a curious stare, Looked down from the frozen heights, And the stars in the skies, with their great wild eyes, Peered...
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