|Hoyt & Roberts, comps. Hoyts New Cyclopedia of Practical Quotations. 1922.|
|Where the light wings of Zephyr, oppressd with perfume,|
Wax faint oer the gardens of Gul in her bloom.
ByronBride of Abydos. Canto I. St. 1.
|Let Zephyr only breathe|
And with her tresses play.
DrummondSong. Phæbus, Arise.
|While the wanton Zephyr sings,|
And in the vale perfumes his wings.
|Fair laughs the morn, and soft the zephyr blows.|
GrayThe Bard. I. 2. L. 9.
| And soon|
Their hushing dances languished to a stand,
Like midnight leaves when, as the Zephyrs swoon,
All on their drooping sterns they sink unfanned.
HoodThe Plea of the Midsummer Fairies.
|And on the balmy zephyrs tranquil rest|
The silver clouds.
KeatsPosthumous Poems. Sonnets. Oh! How I Love on a Fair Summers Eve.
|Soft is the strain when zephyr gently blows.|
PopeEssay on Criticism. Pt. II. L. 366.
|Lulld by soft zephyrs thro the broken pane.|
PopePrologue to Satires. L. 42.
|And softend sounds along the waters die:|
Smooth flow the waves, the zephyrs gently play.
PopeRape of the Lock. Canto II. L. 50.
|Soft oer the shrouds aerial whispers breathe,|
That seemed but zephyrs to the train beneath.
PopeRape of the Lock. Canto II. L. 58.
|The balmy zephyrs, silent since her death,|
Lament the ceasing of a sweeter breath.
PopeWinter. L. 45.