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" Thou art the love celestial, seeking still The soul beneath the form ; the serene will ; The wisdom, of whose deeps the sages dream ; The unseen beauty that doth faintly gleam In stars, and flowers, and waters where they roll ; The unheard music whose... "
The Yale Literary Magazine - Page 98
1895
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The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 90

1902
...the form ; the serene will ; The wisdom, of whose deeps the sages dream ; The unseen beauty that doth faintly gleam In stars, and flowers, and waters where...whosoever hears a homesick soul Thereafter, till he follow it to heaven.' ' ' "Oh, I am so glad, so glad yon like that ! " I said involuntarily. "Is n't...
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New Outlook, Volume 72

1902
...love celestial revealing The soul beneath the form ; the serene will ; The unseen beauty that doth faintly gleam In stars, and flowers, and waters where...homesick soul Thereafter, till he follows it to heaven. The poet continues : One is the spirit of all short-lived love Just a soft hint of singing to beguile...
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Poems

Edward Rowland Sill - 1887 - 112 pages
...the form ; the serene will; The wisdom, of whose deeps the sages dream ; The unseen beauty that doth faintly gleam In stars, and flowers, and waters where...whosoever hears a homesick soul Thereafter, till he follow it to heaven. Larger than mortal woman I see thee stand, With beautiful head bent forward steadily,...
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Poems

Edward Rowland Sill - 1887 - 112 pages
...the form ; the serene will; The wisdom, of whose deeps the sages dream ; The unseen beauty that doth faintly gleam In stars, and flowers, and waters where...whosoever hears a homesick soul Thereafter, till he follow it to heaven. Larger than mortal woman I see thee stand, Wrth beautiful head bent forward steadily,...
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Poems

Edward Rowland Sill - 1887 - 112 pages
...the form ; the serene will; The wisdom, of whose deeps the sages dream ; The unseen beauty that doth faintly gleam In stars, and flowers, and waters where they roll ; The unheard music whose faint echoes Make whosoever hears a homesick soul Thereafter, till he follow it to heaven. Larger than mortal woman...
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POEMS

EDWARD ROWLAND SILL - 1889
...the form ; the serene will; The wisdom, of whose deeps the sages dream ; The unseen beauty that doth faintly gleam In stars, and flowers, and waters where...whosoever hears a homesick soul Thereafter, till he follow it to heaven. Larger than mortal woman I see thee stand, With beautiful head bent forward steadily,...
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Studies in the Book of Acts

Robert Elliott Speer - 1892 - 162 pages
...earnest, honest man ? a. To the non-Christian. If he reads it candidly, he will feel the spell of — " The unheard music whose faint echoes even Make whosoever hears a homesick soul Thereafter, till he follow it to heaveIr." As long as he reads this Book he breathes air fragrant with the presence of...
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POEMS

EDWARD ROWLAND SILL - 1893
...the form; the serene will; The wisdom, of whose deeps the sages dream; The unseen beauty that doth faintly gleam In stars, and flowers, and waters where...whosoever hears a homesick soul Thereafter, till he follow it to heaven. Larger than mortal woman I see thee stand, With beautiful head bent forward steadily,...
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The Student Missionary Appeal: Addresses at the Third International ...

Student Volunteer Movement for Foreign Missions. International Convention - 1898 - 563 pages
...that hour when perhaps for the first time in our lives we heard that sweet voice speaking "that makes whosoever hears a homesick soul thereafter till he follows it to heaven;" and there was a hand laid upon our shoulders that once was nailed to the cross, and there was lifted...
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The Poems of Edward Rowland Sill

Edward Rowland Sill - 1902 - 327 pages
...the form ; the serene will ; The wisdom, of whose deeps the sages dream ; The unseen beauty that doth faintly gleam In stars, and flowers, and waters where...whosoever hears a homesick soul Thereafter, till he follow it to heaven. Larger than mortal woman I see thee stand, With beautiful head bent forward steadily,...
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