The Darkling Thrush
by Thomas Hardy
The Darkling Thrush Quotes
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And every spirit upon the earthSeemed fervourless as I. (15-16)
And Winter's dregs made desolateThe weakening eye of day. (3-4)
Man and the Natural World Quotes
When Frost was spectre-gray, (2)
The land's sharp features seemed to beThe Century's corpse outleant, (9-10)
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