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The unseen clouds of the dew, which lie
Like fire in the flowers till the sun rides high,
Then wander like spirits among the spheres
Each cloud faint with the fragrance it bears.

The unseen clouds of the dew, which lay
Like fire in the flowers till dawning day,
Then walk like spirits among the spheres
Each one faint with the odor it bears.

I., 86-89.

Like windless clouds o'er a tender sky.
Like windless clouds in a tender sky.

I., 98.

Whose waves never mark, though they never impress.
Whose waves never wrinkle, though they impress.

I., i06.

Was as God is to the starry scheme.
Was as is God to the starry scheme.

II., 4.

As if some bright spirit for her sweet sake
Had deserted heaven while the stars were awake.
As some bright spirit for her sweet sake
Had deserted the heaven while the stars were awake.

II., 17-18.

The freshest her gentle hands could pull.
The freshest her gentle hands could cull.

II., 46.

The sweet lips of the flowers and harm not, did-she.
The sweet lips of flowers, etc.

II., 51.

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