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" Sometimes an angler comes, and drops his hook Within its hidden depths, and 'gainst a tree Leaning his rod, reads in some pleasant book, Forgetting soon his pride of fishery ; And dreams, or falls asleep, While curious fishes peep About his nibbled bait,... "
The New Review - Página 111
1893
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The Living Age, Volumen196

1893
...'gainst a tree Leaning his rod, reads in some pleasant book, Forgetting soon his pride of fishery ; And dreams, or falls asleep, While curious fishes...nibbled bait, or scornfully Dart off and rise and leap.1 Such delicate workmanship as this poem, which requires to be read at length to be fully appreciated,...
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The Church Quarterly Review, Volumen35

Arthur Cayley Headlam - 1893
...'gainst a tree Leaning his rod, reads in some pleasant book, Forgetting soon his pride of fishery ; And dreams, or falls asleep, While curious fishes...nibbled bait, or scornfully Dart off and rise and leap.' ' Such delicate workmanship as this poem, which requires to be read at length to be fully appreciated,...
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Idyllists of the Country Side: Being Six Commentaries Concerning Some of ...

George Herman Ellwanger - 1895 - 263 páginas
...'gainst a tree Leaning his rod, reads in some pleasant book, Forgetting soon his pride of fishery ; And dreams or falls asleep, While curious fishes peep...nibbled bait, or scornfully Dart off and rise and leap. ROBERT BRIDGES: The Shorter Poems. IT was in no wise essential that the delights of the water-side...
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Poetical Works of Robert Bridges: Shorter poems. New poems. Notes

Robert Bridges - 1899
...'gainst a tree Leaning his rod, reads in some pleasant book, Forgetting soon his pride of fishery ; And dreams, or falls asleep, While curious fishes...nibbled bait, or scornfully Dart off and rise and leap. And sometimes a slow figure 'neath the trees, In ancient-fashioned smock, with tottering care Upon...
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The Book Lover: A Magazine of Book Lore, Volumen5

1904
...'gainst a tree Leaning his rod, reads in some pleasant book, Forgetting soon his pride of fishery; And dreams, or falls asleep, While curious fishes peep About his nibbled bait." Flowing down through the heart of Old Chester County, the Brandywine enriches many a secluded dale...
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The Poets and the Poetry of the Nineteenth Century, Volumen7

Alfred Henry Miles - 1906
...and 'gainst a tree Leaning his rod, reads in some pleasant book Forgetting soon his pride of fishery; And dreams, or falls asleep, While curious fishes...nibbled bait, or scornfully Dart off and rise and leap. And sometimes a slow figure "neath the trees, In ancient-fashioned smock, with tottering care, Upon...
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Brandywine Days: Or, The Shepherd's Hour-glass

John Russell Hayes - 1910 - 218 páginas
...'gainst a tree Leaning his rod, reads in some pleasant book, Forgetting soon his pride of fishery; And dreams or falls asleep, While curious fishes peep About his nibbled bait." Flowing down through the heart of Old Chester County, the Brandywine enriches many a secluded dale...
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Poetical Works Of Robert Brides Excluding The Eight Dramas

Robert Bridges - 1912
...'gainst a tree Leaning his rod, reads in some pleasant book, Forgetting soon his pride of fishery; And dreams, or falls asleep, While curious fishes...nibbled bait, or scornfully Dart off and rise and leap. And sometimes a slow figure 'neath the trees, In ancient-fashioned smock, with tottering care Upon...
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Vanishing Roads, and Other Essays

Richard Le Gallienne - 1915 - 377 páginas
...'gainst a tree Leaning his rod, reads in some pleasant book, Forgetting soon his pride of fishery ; And dreams or falls asleep, While curious fishes peep...nibbled bait or scornfully Dart off and rise and leap. Once a year, indeed, every one goes a-fishing along the old canal — men, women, boys, and girls....
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Songs for Fishermen

Joseph Morris - 1922 - 330 páginas
...'gainst a tree Leaning his rod, reads in some pleasant book, Forgetting soon his pride of fishery, And dreams, or falls asleep, While curious fishes peep About his nibbled bait, and scornfully Dart off and rise and leap. From "Shorter Poems." —Robert Bridges. FISHING IS FINE...
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