|John Bartlett, comp. (18201905). Familiar Quotations, 10th ed. 1919.|
|Ring out the old ring in the new, 676.
out the thousand wars of old, 676.
out their delight, how they, 655.
out wild bells, 676.
posy of a, 138.
sweet, notes of the harpers, 587.
the fuller ministrel in, 676.
to evensong, 19.
with this, I thee wed, 1043.|
|Rings, and chains, wearers of, 511.
of beauty, 766.
of which all Europe, 252.|
|Ringing clear, a good song, 847.
grooves of change, 669.
plains of windy Troy, 668.|
|Ringlet, blowing the, 670.|
|Ringlets, her raven, 781.|
|Riot of religion, delirious, 808.|
|Ripe age gives tone to violins, 768.
and good one, a scholar and a, 101.
and ripe, hour to hour we, 68.
cherry, I cry, 201.|
|Ripened in our northern sky, 433.
into faith, persuasion, 481.|
|Ripeness, love grown to, 667.|
|Ripening breath, summers, 106.
his greatness is a, 99.
swelling of fresh life, age is, 760.|
|Ripest fruit first falls, 81.
peach is highest, 833.|
|Ripples break, round his breast, 580.|
|Rise, build ladder by which we, 730.
by sin, some, 47.
from out the sea, thus Venus, 756.
honest muse, 322.
in glad surprise to higher levels, 646.
let it, till it meet the sun, 529.
like feathered Mercury, 86.
seems to, 791.
sweet happy children you will, 696.
to the top of the tree, 801.
up never, dead men, 806.
up Xarifa, 865.
with the lark, 454.|
|Rises from dead cerements the Christ, 788.|
|Risen from hell, madness, 805.
on mid-noon, 235, 476.
to hear him crow, thought sun had, 730.|
|Rising all at once, their, 227.
and reaching upward to the skies, 646.
day, when like the, 611.
early, heavens help better than, 976.
from affluence, 796.
in clouded majesty, 233.
in his, seemed a pillar of state, 227.
never assisted the sun in, 722.
to a mans work, 939.
worm punished for early, 720.|
|Risk, ambition has no, 631.
boundless for boundless gain, 790.
everything is sweetened by, 776.|
|Risks nothing gains nothing, 21.|
|Risked a cause, patriots for a theory, 659.|
|Rival all but Shakespeares name, 513.|
|Rival in the light of day, 482.|
|River, Alph the sacred, 500.
at my gardens end, 289.
Dee, lived on the, 427.
fair and crystal, 180.
flow in one down eternitys, 714.
glideth at his own sweet will, 470.
in Macedon, there is a, 92.
in the broad, ebbed and flowed, 646.
like the foam on the, 491.
like the snow-fall in the, 451.
moonbeams on a, 767.
no sound save rush of, 766.
not to swap horses crossing, 661.
of death sailed, up the, 748.
of his thoughts, 553, 640.
of passing thoughts, 938.
of unfailing source rapid, vast, 597.
on a tree by a, 801.
the weariest, 806.|
|Rivers are highways, 985.
by shallow, 41.
cannot quench, 95.
of Egypt, 1025.
run to seas, 274.
wide and shallow brooks, 248.|
|Rivers brim, primrose by a, 468.|
|Rivets up, hammers closing, 92, 296.|
|Rivulet of text, a neat, 442.|
|Rivulets dance, where, 469.
myriads of, 673.|
|Road, along a rough a weary, 448.
fringing the dusty, 733.
like one on a lonesome, 499.
may lie, wherever my, 769.
morn furthers a man on his, 880.
no street, no, 595.
of casualty, 62.
only, the sure road unquestioned credit, 755.
takes no private, 320.
taxed horse on a taxed, 462.
that life may be a pleasant, 760.
the, below me, 829.
through lifes dark, 564.
to Mandalay, 852.
to national downfall, surest, 693.
to virtue, no ready, 218.
whose dust is gold, 236.|
|Roam, absent from Him I, 497.
soar but never, 485.
some love to, 718.
they are fools who, 362.
when far oer sea we, 525.
whereer I, whatever realms to see, 394.|
|Roamed oer many lands, 589.
with my soul, I, 656.|
|Roaming in thought over the universe, 743.|
|Roar, a lion in the lobby, 352.
billows wild contend with angry, 700.
gently as any sucking dove, 57.
give a grievous, 352.
grumble and, telling the battle was on, 751.
he did not only sigh but, 283.
music in its, 547.|