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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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A Primer of Burns

Sir William Alexander Craigie - 1896 - 244 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...business, I walk out, sit down now and then, look out for subjects in nature around me that are in unison and harmony with the cogitations of my fancy and workings...
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Selections from the Poems of Robert Burns

Robert Burns - 1898 - 394 pages
...sentiment corresponding to my idea of the musical expression, then choose my theme, begin one stanza, and when that is composed, which is generally the most...walk out, sit down now and then, look out for objects of nature around me that are in unison and harmony . . . humming every now and then the air with the...
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Selections from the Poems of Robert Burns

Robert Burns - 1898 - 396 pages
...sentiment corresponding to my idea of the musical expression, then choose my theme, begin one stanza, and when that is composed, which is generally the most...walk out, sit down now and then, look out for objects of nature around me that are in unison and harmony . . . humming every now and then the air with the...
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English Men of Letters: Scott by Richard H. Hutton, 1899. Robert Burns, by ...

1899 - 666 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 and harmony with the cogitations of my fancy and workings of my bosom...
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Neue quellenfunde zu Robert Burns ...

Otto Ritter - 1903 - 44 pages
...the 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 and harmony with the cogitations of my fancy and workings of my bosom;...
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Periods of European Literature, Volume 10

George Saintsbury - 1907 - 530 pages
...I am complete master of a tune," he writes to Thomson, "I can never compose for it. When one stanza is composed — which is generally the most difficult...down now and then, look out for objects in nature around me that are in unison and harmony with the cogitations of my fancy and workings of my bosom,...
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The Romantic Revolt

Charles Edwyn Vaughan - 1907 - 526 pages
...I am complete master of a tune," he writes to Thomson, "I can never compose for it. When one stanza is composed — which is generally the most difficult...down now and then, look out for objects in nature around me that are in unison and harmony with the cogitations of my fancy and workings of my bosom,...
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English Poems: The Restoration and the eighteenth century (1660-1800)

Walter Cochrane Bronson - 1908 - 562 pages
...the 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 round me that are in unison or harmony with the cogitations of my fancy and workings of my bosom, humming...
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English Poems: The restoration and the eighteenth century (1660-1800)

Walter Cochrane Bronson - 1908 - 562 pages
...the 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 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 Living Age, Volume 260

1909 - 850 pages
...the poetic sentiment correspondent to my idea of the'mnsical expression: then choose my theme: begin one stanza, when that Is composed, which Is generally...business, I walk out, sit down now and then, look out for subjects in nature around me that are in unison and harmony . . . humming every now and then the air...
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