„Dawn, ever bearing some divine increase
Of beauty, love, and wisdom round the world,
Dawn, like a wild-rose in the fields of heaven
Washed grey with dew, awoke, and found the barque
At anchor in a little land-locked bay.“

Book VIII, p. 148
Drake, an English Epic (1908)

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Night flies away
Till the resting of hours:
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And with dreams thine eyes glistening,
Thy still lips are sweet
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