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" The autumn mourns her ripening corn By early winter's ravage torn ; Across her placid, azure sky, She sees the scowling tempest fly ; Chill runs my blood to hear it rave — I think upon the stormy wave, Where many a danger I must dare, Far from the bonnie... "
Guy's Royal Victoria spelling book for very young children - Page 133
by Joseph Guy - 1850 - 139 pages
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The Standard authors reader, arranged and annotated by the editor of 'Poetry ...

Griffith, Farran, Browne and co - 1883
...azure sky She sees the scowling tempest fly : Chill runs my blood to hear it rave, I think upon the stormy wave, Where many a danger I must dare, Far from the bonny banks of Ayr. 'Tis not the surging billow's roar, 'Tis not that fatal, deadly shore, Though death...
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Bell's Ladies' Reader: a Class-book of Poetry for Schools and Families. With ...

David Charles Bell - 1885
...azure sky, she sees the scowling tempest fly : chill runs my blood to hear it rave ; I think upon the stormy wave, where many a danger I must dare, far from the honnie banks of Ayr. 3 'Tis not the surging billows' roar, 'tis not that fatal, deadly shore ; though...
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Poetical works ... chronologically arranged, Volume 2

Robert Burns - 1885
...azure sky, She sees the scowling tempest fly : Chill runs my blood to hear it rave ; I think upon the stormy wave, Where many a danger I must dare, Far from the bonie banks of Ayr. 'Tis not the surging billow's roar, 'Tis not that fatal, deadly shore ; Tho' death...
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The poetical works of Robert Burns, with a prefatory notice by J ..., Volume 2

Robert Burns - 1885
...azure sky She sees the scowling tempest fly : Chill runs my blood to hear it rave — I think upon the stormy wave, Where many a danger I must dare, Far from the bonuie banks of Ayr. 'Tis not the surging billows roar, 'Tis not that fatal, deadly shore ; Though...
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The Popular Songs of Scotland with Their Appropriate Melodies

George Farquhar Graham - Songs - 1887 - 405 pages
...azure sky She sees the scowling tempest fly : Chill rins my blood to hear it rave — I think upon the stormy wave, Where many a danger I must dare, Far from the bonnie banks of Ayr. Tis not the surging billows' roar, 'Tis not that fatal, deadly shore ; Though death in every shape appear, The wretched...
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The Poetical Works of Robert Burns, Volume 1

Robert Burns - Scotland - 1887 - 362 pages
...azure sky, She sees the scowling tempest fly: Chill runs my blood to hear it rave, I think upon the stormy wave, Where many a danger I must dare, Far from the bonie banks of Ayr. 'Tis not the surging billow's roar, 'Tis not that fatal, deadly shore ; Tho' death...
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The Popular Songs of Scotland with Their Appropriate Melodies

George Farquhar Graham - Songs - 1887 - 405 pages
...azure sky She sees the scowling tempest fly : Chill rins my blood to hear it rave — I think upon the stormy wave, Where many a danger I must dare, Far from the bonnic banks of Ayr. 'Tis not the surging billows' roar, Tis not that fatal, deadly shore; Though death...
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Burns

Robert Burns - 1889 - 292 pages
...Chill runs my blood to hear it rave ; I think upon the stormy wave, Where many a danger I must dare, 15 Far from the bonnie banks of Ayr. 'Tis not the surging...'Tis not that fatal deadly shore ; Though death in every shape appear, The wretched have no more to fear ; 20 But round my heart the ties are bound, That...
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A Complete Word and Phrase Concordance to the Poems and Songs of Robert ...

J. B. Reid - 1889 - 568 pages
...Battle of Shcrra-Moor. ' Arid О ! be sure to fear the Lord nlway! The Cotter's Sat. Night. 6. Tho' Death in ev'ry shape appear. The Wretched have no more to fear : S. The gloomy night ^ I fear I my talent misteuk, . The Jolly Beggars, S. III. The burden I must...
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In Scottish Fields

James Logie Robertson - Country life - 1890 - 249 pages
...acquaintance with the stormy wave. " The whistling wind affrightens me, I think upon the raging sea, Where many a danger I must dare, Far from the bonnie banks of Ayr." His horror of the sea meant an increase in his love for the land. It was, however, the society of the...
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