|John Bartlett, comp. (18201905). Familiar Quotations, 10th ed. 1919.|
|Often funny, words are few and, 720.|
|Ofttimes I hover, about the spot, 696.|
|Oil, business furnishes, 415.
everything is soothed by, 903.
incomparable Macassar, 555.
little, in a cruse, 1007.
midnight, consumed the, 348.
neither did the cruse of, fail, 1007.
of joy for mourning, 1026.
on the sea, pouring, 926.
unprofitably burns, our, 415.|
|Oily art, that glib and, 146.
man of God, round fat, 357.|
|Ointment precious, better than, 1022.|
|Old age bring the red flare again, 848.
age comes on apace, 428.
age, dallies like the, 75.
age in this universal man, 169.
age is a regret, 628.
age is beautiful and free, their, 471.
age may come after you, know, 743.
age of cards, 321.
age serene and bright, 475.
age, which should accompany, 124.
ale enough whether new or, 23.
alike fantastic if too new or, 324.
all brave, my friends of, 679.
always find time to grow, 312.
and fat, grows, 84.
and young, 792.
and young we are on our last cruise, 830.
as I am for ladies love unfit, 272.
authors to read, 171.
autumn in the misty morn, 594.
Belerium to the northern main, 333.
bookes, out of, 5.
chairs and half a candle, two, 703.
decay the greenest, ever upon, 650.
dog Trays ever faithful, 764.
ere I was, 503.
even to the, 798.
experience is a fool, 683.
fetish raiments of the past, 788.
fieldes, out of the, 6.
friends are best, 195.
friends old times, 401.
friends to trust, 171.
Greece or Rome, beauty which, 650.
Grimes is dead, 596.
groans ring yet in my ears, 106.
growing, in drawing nothing up, 419.
have been young and now am, 1011.
hugged by the, 593.
I love everything thats, 401.
in the brave days of, 604.
Ireland, Ill not forget, 638.
iron rang, 211.
jolly place in times of, 472.
jug without a handle, one, 703.
Kentucky home good night, my, 764.
love for new, 25.
love is born anew, 993.
love straitened him, of an, 680.
man, a good, 52.|
|Old man do, what can an, 592.
man eloquent, 252.
man to have so much blood, 124.
man, weak and despised, 147.
man with a beard, an, 703.
mans darling, 19.
mans heart, blood in an, 723.
manners old books old wine, 171.
Marm Hacketts garden, over, 724.
men fools, young men think, 36.
men must die or the world, 684.
men shall dream dreams, 1028.
mens dream, 268.
mighty minds of, 506.
monks of, those, 866.
nobility, leave us still our, 726.
not so, but she may learn, 64.
oaken bucket, 537.
odd ends stolen out of holy writ, 96.
soldiers are surest, 181.
songs, sing the, 778.
tale and often told, 489.
Testament, blessing of the, 164.
that glorious song of, 695.
the public is an, woman, 583.
the world is growing, 718.
time, cities of, 815.
when all the world is, lad, 728.
which I heard in days of, 653.
wine to drink, 171.
wine wholesomest, is not, 181.
with service, weary and, 99.
wood burns brightest, 181.
wood to burn, 171.
yes Im growing, 719.
you are, Father William, 781.|
|Olden sanctities, flower of, 757.
time long ago, this was in the, 655.|
|Older days, the great of, 774.
thoughts and things look, 608.|
|Oldest colours have faded, 853.
in literature read the, 632.
sins the newest kind of ways, 90.|
|Old-fashioned poetry, 208.|
|Old-gentlemanly vice, 556.|
|Ole Hundred ring, my when he made, 736.|
|Olive-plants, children like, 1016.|
|Oliver, Rowland for an, 1051.|
|Olympian bards who sung, 615.|
|Olympic games, conqueror in the, 919.
race, Alexander in the, 918.|
|Olympus, tottering Ossa stood on, 344.|
|Omega, Alpha and, 1041.|
|Omen, asks no, 339.|
|Omer smote is blooming lyre, 853.|
|Omnia mutantur, 321.|
|Omnipresent, like the Deity is, 534.|
|On a lone barren isle, 623.
and up amid the hills, 664.
his last legs, 172.
Stanley on, 490.
the wild emerald cucumber-tree, 635.
this hapless earth, 585.
which one he felt the wust, 736.
with the dance, 542.|