|John Bartlett, comp. (18201905). Familiar Quotations, 10th ed. 1919.|
|Down from his perch, gravely got, 723.
he that is, 212, 266.
hill that skirts the, 428.
I grant you I was, 88.
in the dreary night, 857.
is heresy, whats, 684.
of darkness, the raven, 244.
on your knees and thank heaven, 70.
pillow hard, finds the, 160.
so he laid, his arms, 594.
the base in man, to keep, 681.
the dark vistas of the reboantic, 636.
the hill, as it hurried, 750.
the nights and down the days, 841.
the wind, let her, 153.
this story will not go, 363.
thou climbing sorrow, 146.
thrice driven bed of, 151.
to the dust with them, 525.
where we lay our burdens, 758.
with ridiculous notions of Deity, 765.|
|Downs, all in the, 348.
|Downcast modesty, 356.|
|Downfall, surest road to national, 693.|
|Down-trodden, lift the, 798.|
|Downward age, torrent of a, 356.
bent, thoughts, 225.|
|Doxy, another mans, 1050.|
|Dozen, a bakers, 959.|
|Drab, cursing like a very, 135.|
|Drachenfels, castled crag of, 543.|
|Drachm is too little for a king to give, 918.|
|Draff, still sow eats all the, 13.|
|Drag angels down, 532.
the Atlantic for whales, 796.
the slow barge, 424.|
|Drags at each remove, 394.
its slow length along, 324.|
|Dragon, evening, 242.
Saint George that swinged the, 78.|
|Dragons tail, baited with a, 217.|
|Dragon-fly you hail from dream-land, 837.|
|Dragonish, cloud that is, 158.|
|Drained by fevered lips, 579.|
|Drakes, ducks and, 37.|
|Drama has outgrown such toys, the, 659.
means, what this wild, 683.
with the day, close the, 312.|
|Drames go by conthraries, 590.|
|Drank, and ale we, 792.
|Drapery of his couch, 572.|
|Draught above heat, one, 74.
of cool refreshment, 579.
slavery a bitter, 379.|
|Draughts, shallow, 323.|
|Draw men as they ought to be, 399.
the curtain and show the picture, 74.
the curtain close, 94.
you with a single hair, 274.|
|Draws him yet she follows, though she, 645.
us with a single hair, beauty, 191, 326.|
|Drawers, chest of, by day, 397.|
|Drawn dagger, smiles at the, 299.
up like morning dews, 749.|
|Dread and fear of kings, 64.
O majesty unspeakable and, 717.
of all who wrong, 649.
of something after death, 136.
the devil, bane of all that, 466.
whence this secret, 298.|
|Dreads to the dust returning, who, 756.|
|Dreadful as the Manichean god, 421.
bell, silence that, 152.
thing, between the acting of a, 111.
thought, thou pleasing, 299.
urs, those, 689.|
|Dream, a far illusive, 767.
a hideous, 111.
a place of, 798.
a shadowy lie, was thy, 719.
all night without a stir, 575.
as we glide through a quiet, 538.
as youthful poets, 249.
change oer the spirit of my, 553.
clear, and solemn vision, 245.
consecration and the poets, 475.
dim blue hill of, 837.
dreamed a, that could not be, 758.
fickle as a changeful, 491.
gone like a beautiful, 596.
her face stirred with her, 558.
hope is but the, 288.
hunt half a day for a forgotten, 472.
I have had a, 58.
in cleaving to the, 815.
in joy and wake in love, 578.
is but a shadow, a, 134.
life is an empty, 768.
life is but an empty, 638.
like an old tune through a, 821.
love is a beautiful, 837.
loves young, 521.
mans life is but a, 768.
no, his life was but a fight, 741.
none thrives long on happiest, 757.
not Homer nods but we, 323.
of, a sight to, 499.
of a waking man, 947.
of heaven, she did but, 270.
of home, the, 525.
of love melted away, in a, 865.
of loveliness descending, saw a, 759.
of peace, deep, 536.
of sleeping innocence, 814.
of things that were, 541.
of those that wake, 288.
old mens, 268.
one man with a, 820.
past the wit of man to say what, 58.
said dreamer, no more, 758.
short as any, 57.
silently as a, 421.
sprite begotten of summer, 865.|