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John Bartlett (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
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William (Fiona McLeod) Sharp. (1855–1905)
 
8098
    Across the silent stream
  Where the dream-shadows go,
From the dim blue Hill of Dream
  I have heard the west wind blow.
          From the Hills of Dream.
8099
    Love is a beautiful dream.
          Cor Cordium.
8100
    Ah, the strange, sweet, lonely delight
  Of the Valleys of Dream.
          Dream Fantasy.
8101
    Down beyond the haven the tide comes with a shout.
          An old Tale of Three.
8102
    The desire of love, Joy:
The desire of life, Peace:
The desire of the soul, Heaven:
The desire of God … a flame-white secret forever.
          Desire.
8103
    The gray silence, the gray waves, the gray wastes of the sea.
          Longing.
8104
    I hear the little children of the wind
Crying solitary in lonely places.
          Little Children of the Wind.
 
Agnes M. F. R. Darmesteter. (1857– ?)
 
8105
    You hail from Dream-land, Dragon-fly?
A stranger hither? So am I,
And (sooth to say) I wonder why
      We either of us came!
          To a Dragon-fly.
 
Ingram Crockett. (1856– ?)
 
8106
    The splendor of Silence,—of snow-jeweled hills and of ice.
          Orion.
8107
    The way of the Wind is a strange, wild way.
          The Wind.
 

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