|John Bartlett, comp. (18201905). Familiar Quotations, 10th ed. 1919.|
|Light restore, thy former, 156.
return, not till the hours of, 753.
rule of streaming, 244.
scorns the eye of vulgar, 520.
seeking light, 54.
she fled in, away, 447.
shineth the everlasting, 792.
shuddering in the gloaming, 798.
silver, on tower and tree, 861.
sounds possessed with inward, 503.
sprinkled with rosy, 338.
stand in your own, 17.
streakings of the morning, 574.
such a dawn of, 563.
such, as never heaven let through, 806.
sweetness and, 291.
swift-winged arrows of, 416.
that led astray, 447.
that lies in womans eyes, 522.
that never was on sea, 475.
that visits these sad eyes, 383.
the one true, 954.
the sun doth pale his, 722.
the true, which lighteth, 1034.
the way for me, to, 831.
through chinks, lets in new, 221.
through love to, 821.
through yonder window, 105.
to counterfeit a gloom, 250.
to guide rod to check, 475.
truth and noonday, 719.
unbarred the gates of, 235.
university should be place of, 625.
unto my path, 1015.
unveiled her peerless, 233.
walk while ye have the, 1035.
we seek it ere it come to, 424.
which beats upon a throne, 677.
which heaven sheds, 522.
which once he wore, 649.
will repay the wrongs of night, 203.
windows that exclude the, 386.
within his own breast, 244.
word part us now, shall a, 653.|
|Lights a desert pathway, star that, 683.
are fled whose garlands dead, 523.
are on the sleepy, warm, 613.
around the shore, 769.
as vain as pleasures, 492.
earthly godfathers of heavens, 54.
every room blazed with, 109.
let your, be burning, 1034.
my life, it, 767.
of autumn flare, 822.
of mild philosophy, 297.
of the world, 414.
shifting fancies and celestial, 659.
that do mislead the morn, 49.
truth may bear all, 581.
without a name, 256.
wrought of the leaves, 817.|
|Lighten earth from Paradise, 806.|
|Lightens, ere one can say it, 106.|
|Lighter than vanity, 265.|
|Lightest heart makes sometimes, 653.|
|Lighthouse of hell, horrible, 591.
looked lovely as hope, 528.|
|Lighting by gas, an expedient as, 693.|
|Lightly and joyfully meet its translation, 745.
draws its breath, 466.
from fair to fair he flew, 489.
like a flower, 677.
turns to thoughts of love, 668.
was her slender nose, 678.|
|Lightning and the gale, 688.
as quick as, 214.
defence against, 899.
does the will of God, as, 538.
done like, 178.
fateful, of His terrible swift sword, 747.
flash of the, 561.
in the collied night, brief as the, 57.
or in rain, in thunder, 115.
quick as, 214.
scratch my head with, 796.
too like the, 106.
vanish like, 606.|
|Lightnings may flash, the, 623.
of his song, veiling the, 565.|
|Lightnings gleaming rod, 817.|
|Like a bud in the frost, 590.
a church I like a cowl, I, 614.
a cloud, lies around us, 700.
a cock who thought the sun, 730.
a new Niobe with claspèd, 763.
a poultice comes, silence, 688.
a prayer with God, wish is, 659.
a well-conducted person, 697.
all good women, 825.
an eagle caged I pine, 714.
as eggs, 77.
but oh how different, 476.
clouds which seem pavilions, 631.
drawn up, morning dews, 749.
endure the, himself, 53.
following life, 320.
I never saw his, 679.
joy is, restless day, 761.
my father, no more, 128.
not look upon his, again, 128.
one who treads alone, 523.
peace divine, quiet night, 761.
perfect music unto nobler words, 685.
sit, flowers upon thy grave, 762.
some sweet plaintive melody, 587.
some tanned reaper, 751.
the air t is less of earth, that, 608.
the lad who when, I, 720.
the light silently wrapping all, 742.
the petal of a flower, tip-tilted, 678.
the sea wave, ambition is, 685.
the sweet golden goblet, 635.
those of morning birds, 608.
to a little kingdom, 111.
will to like, 11.|
|Likes, a woman may marry whom she, 698.|
|Liked it not, and died, 175.|
|Likelihood, fellow of no, 86.|
|Likeness of a kingly crown, 228.|