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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
Concordance Index
 
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Poet is made as well as born, 179.
is worthy of the name of, 583.
lunatic lover and the, 59.
naturalist and historian, 367.
once loved, 335.
or other literary creature, 808.
perhaps no person can be a, 600.
sings, as the, 809.
sings, this is truth the, 669.
soaring, 253.
speak to men with power, 581.
still more a man than men, 581.
the tadpole, 808.
they had no, and they died, 330.
this the most gifted, 726.
was ever, so trusted before, 372.
whose work so content us, 388.
without love, 581.
Poets are all who love, 722.
are sultans, 258.
are the hierophants of inspiration, 568.
by their sufferings grow, 216.
dream, as youthful, 249.
fancy, or youthful, 301.
feign of bliss and joy, 94.
forms of ancient, 504.
histories make, witty, 168.
in their misery dead, 470.
in three distant ages born, 270.
in youth begin in gladness, 470.
lose half the praise, 221.
pensive, painful vigils keep, 331.
sing, all that, 631.
steal from Homer, 185.
styled, love is a boy by, 213.
that, lasting marble seek, 220.
things the first, had, 40.
we, in our youth, 470.
who feel great truths, 722.
who made us heirs, 477.
Poet’s brain, should possess a, 40.
darling, the, 473.
dream, consecration and the, 475.
ear, flattery lost on, 487.
eye in a fine frenzy rolling, 59.
eye, muse with a, 513.
lines, where go the, 689.
mistress is a hallowed, 665.
pages, sculptured in stone on, 709.
pen turns them to shapes, 59.
Poets’ hope, critics who stamped out, 659.
Poetess, maudlin, 326.
Poetic child, meet nurse for a, 489.
fields encompass me, 299.
justice with lifted scale, 330.
nook, seat in some, 536.
pains, pleasure in, 419.
prose, warbler of, 421.
Poetical, gods had made thee, 70.
Poeticual, some tenth-rate, 808.
Poetry, angling is somewhat like, 207.
attainable in, 657.
best words in best order, 505.
is speaking painting, 928.
melancholy madness of, 874.
men are cradled into, 566.
Poetry mere mechanic art, 414.
of earth is never dead, 577.
of ethics from Byron’s, 601.
of speech, the, 545.
of words as rhythmical creation, 657.
old-fashioned, 208.
or even enjoy, without, 600.
prose run mad not, 327.
simple passionate and sensuous, 254.
tender charm of, 486.
we may live without, 779.
wit eloquence and, 260.
you speak as one who fed on, 631.
Poictiers, shrined with Cressy and, 726.
Point a moral or adorn a tale, 365.
armed at, exactly cap-a-pe, 128.
don’t put too fine a, 978.
his slow unmoving finger at, 155.
not to put too fine a, 702.
of a diamond, 1027.
of all my greatness, 99.
of death, at the, 1033.
swim to yonder, 110.
thus I bore my, 84.
Points, armed at all, 128.
in the law, eleven, 296.
of heaven, kindred, 485.
out an hereafter, 298.
the meeting, 326.
to yonder glade, 335.
true to the kindred, 485.
Poison and sting of things too sweet, 760.
for serpents, 904.
for the age’s tooth, 78.
of misused wine, 243.
one man’s, another’s meat, 199.
ounce of, in one pocket, 603.
steel nor, can touch him, 121.
to his mind and peril to his body, 606.
Poisoned chalice, 118.
rat in a hole, like a, 292.
Poisoning of a dart, 261.
Poisonous counsels wayside ambushings, 678.
Nessus shirts, 583.
Poison-weeds, the vilest deeds like, 836.
Poke, drew a dial from his, 68.
pig in a, buying or selling of, 20.
Pole, from Indus to the, 333.
soldier’s, is fallen, 159.
to pole, beloved from, 499.
to pole, truth from, 300.
true as the needle to the, 306.
were I so tall to reach the, 303.
Poles, that wheel between the, 682.
Policeman’s lot is not a happy one, 801.
Policy, honesty is the best, 976.
kings will be tyrants from, 410.
turn him to any cause of, 91.
Polished dart, laughter winged his, 803.
idleness, 457.
 

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