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" ... harmony with the cogitations of my fancy, and workings of my bosom; humming every now and then the air, with the verses I have framed. "
Pages from an old volume of life. A collection of essays 1857-1881 - Page 283
by Oliver Wendell Holmes - 1892
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The Works of Robert Burns: With His Life, Volume 1

Robert Burns - 1834 - 420 pages
...poetic sentiment correspondent to my idea of the musical expression ; then choose my theme ; begin one stanza ; when that is composed, which is generally...down now and then, look out for objects in nature around me that are in unison or harmony with the cogitations of my fancy and workings of my bosom ;...
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Leigh Hunt's London Journal, Volumes 1-2

Leigh Hunt - 1834 - 680 pages
...poetic sentiment correspondent to my idea of the musical expression ; then choose my theme ; begin one stanza — when that is composed, which is generally...difficult part of the business, I walk out, sit down nosv and then, look out for objects in nature round me, that are in unison or harmony with the cogitations...
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The Works of Robert Burns: With an Account of His Life, and a Criticism on ...

Robert Burns - 1835 - 440 pages
...poetic sentiment correspondent to my idea of the musical expression ; then choose my theme ; hegin one stanza ; when that is composed, which is generally the most difficult part of the husiness, I walk out, sit down now and then, look out for ohjects in nature around me, that are in...
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The Works of Robert Burns: Containing His Life

Robert Burns, John Gibson Lockhart - 1837 - 628 pages
...correspondent to my idea of the musical expression ; then choose my theme ; begin one stanza ; when that ii composed, which is generally the most difficult part of the business, I walk out, ait down, and then look out for objecta in nature around me, that are in unison or harmony with the...
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The Genius and Character of Burns

John Wilson - 1845 - 248 pages
...poetic sentiment correspondent to my idea of the musical expression—then choose my theme—compose one stanza. When that is composed, which is generally...down now and then, look out for objects in nature round me that are in unison or harmony with the cogitations of my fancy and workings of my bosom, humming...
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The Complete Works Of Robert Burns

1845 - 440 pages
...the husiness, I walk out, sit down now and then, look out for ohjects in nature around me, that tire in unison or harmony with the cogitations of my fancy, and workings of my hosom ; humming every now and then the air, with the verses I have framed. When I feel my music heginning...
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Robert Burns: As a Poet, and as a Man

Samuel Tyler - 1848 - 222 pages
...poetic sentiment correspondent to my idea of the musical expression : then choose my theme ; begin a stanza — when that is composed, which is generally...down now and then, look out for objects in nature round me, that are in unison or harmony with the cogitations of my fancy, and workings of my bosom...
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Robert Burns: As a Poet, and as a Man

Samuel Tyler - 1848 - 238 pages
...sentiment correspondent to my idea of the musical expression ; then choose my theme ; begin a stanza—when that is composed, which is generally the most difficult...down now and then, look out for objects in nature round me, that are in unison or harmony with the cogitations of my fancy, and workings of my bosom...
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The Works of Robert Burns: Containing His Life

Robert Burns - 1849 - 906 pages
...correspondent to my idea of the musical expression ; then choose my theme ; begin one stanzi ; wl ifii that is composed, which is generally the most difficult part of the business, 1 walk out, sit down, and then look out for objects in nature aruund me, that are in unison or harmony...
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The Works of Robert Burns. With an Account of His Life, and Criticism on His ...

Robert Burns - 1850 - 508 pages
...poetic sentiment correspondent to my idea of the musical expression ; then choose my theme ; begin one stanza ; when that is composed, which is generally the most difficult part of the business, 1 walk out, sit down now and then, look oat for objects in nature around me that are. in unison and...
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