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" Or hear the summons with an idle gaze ; For well they know the cow-yard yields no more Its tempting fragrance, nor its wintry store. Reluctance marks their steps, sedate and slow ; The right of conquest all the law they know ; The strong press on, the... "
The Saturday magazine - Página 184
1842
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The Works of Robert Bloomfield

Robert Bloomfield - 1867 - 369 páginas
...his lazy cows; Down the rich pasture heedlessly they graze, Or hear the summon with an idle gaze: For well they know the cow-yard yields no more Its tempting...know; The strong press on, the weak by turns succeed, 1 And one superior always takes the lead, Allow'd precedence, undisputed sway:' Is ever foremost, wheresoe'er...
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Favourite English poems and poets

1870
...lazy cows : Down the rich pasture heedlessly they graze, Or hear the summons with an idle gaze ; For well they know the cow-yard yields no more Its tempting...the lead ; Is ever foremost, wheresoe'er they stray ; Allow'd precedence, undisputed sway ; With jealous pride her station is maintain'd, For many a broil...
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Country life [poems].

Country life - 1873
...lazy cows : Down the rich pasture heedlessly they graze, Or hear the summons with an idle gaze ; For well they know the cow-yard yields no more Its tempting...the lead; Is ever foremost, wheresoe'er they stray ; Allow'd precedence, undisputed sway ; With jealous pride her station is maintain'd, For many a broil...
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Rogers to Hemans

Rossiter Johnson - 1876
...lazy cows ; Down the rich pasture heedlessly they graze, Or hear the summons with an idle gaze; For y, so famous for his personal strength, and for cleaving a helmet at 't> wintry store, BLOOMFIKL D. Reluctance marks their step:, sedate and slow ; The right of conquest...
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A New Library of Poetry and Song, Volumen2

William Cullen Bryant - 1877
...lazy cows ; Down the rich pasture heedlessly they graze, Or hear the summons with an idle gaze, For well they know the cow-yard yields no more Its tempting...turns succeed, And one superior always takes the lead, ts ever foremost wheresoe'er they stray, Allowed precedence, undisputed sway : With jealous pride her...
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The Farmer's Boy

Robert Bloomfield - 1877 - 96 páginas
...; A concert strange to that which late he heard. Straight to the meadow then he whistling care, For well they know the cow-yard yields no more Its tempting...; The strong press on, the weak by turns succeed, . u And one superior always takes the lead ; Is ever foremost, wheresoe'er they stray ; Allowed precedence,...
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The Child's Zoological Garden

Beata Francis - 1881 - 262 páginas
...poet Blomfield notices this pride of place in speaking of Cows coming at the call of the cowboy: — The strong press on, the weak by turns succeed, And one superior always takes the lead; With jealous pride her station is maintained, For many a broil that post of honour gained. In Switzerland...
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English Language and Literary Criticism: English poetry

James Baldwin - 1882
...lazy cows; Down the rich pasture heedlessly they graze, Or hear the summons with an idle gaze; For well they know the cowyard yields no more Its tempting...slow; The right of conquest, all the law they know. . . At home, the yard affords a grateful scene; For Spring makes e'en a miry cowyard clean. . • ....
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Poetry for children, selected and arranged with notes by E.A. Helps

Edmund Arthur Helps - 1884
...lazy cows : Down the rich pasture heedlessly they gaze, Or hear the summons with an idle gaze ; For well they know the cowyard yields no more Its tempting...slow ; The right of conquest all the law they know : Subordinate they one by one succeed ; And one among them always takes the lead, 20 Is ever foremost,...
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The Poets' Beasts: A Sequel to "The Poets' Birds,"

Philip Stewart Robinson - 1885 - 356 páginas
...they graze, Or hear the summons with an idle gaze ; For well they know the cow-yard yields no more Iis tempting fragrance, nor its wint'ry store. Reluctance...slow, The right of conquest all the law they know. Subordinate they one by one succeed, And one among them always takes the lead, Is ever foremost, wheresoe'er...
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