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He sees a group of female forms advance
Oh! curse me not," she cried, as wild he toss'd
Thy oath! thy oath /"
143 [In part from the binding of a “Shah Namah," in the East India House Library.] And sits alone in that high bower Watching the still and shining deep
145 "Oh! ever thus, from childhood's hour, I've seen my fondest hopes decay".
155 " Here, maiden, look-weep_blush to see All that thy sire abhors in me!'" Fiercely he broke away, nor stoppid, Nor look'd—but from the lattice dropp'd .
162 The morn hath risen clear and calm, And o'er the Green Sea palely shines .
164 'Tis HAFED-name of fear, whose sound Chills like the muttering of a charm !
169 His Chiefs stood round-each shining blade Upon the bruken altar laid
175 “ This very night his blood shall steep These hands all over ere I sleep!"
180 And o'er the wide, tempestuous wave Looks, with a shudder, to those towers
184 And snatch'd her breathless from beneath This wilderment of wreck and death .
189 Shuddering, she look'd around—there lay A group of warriors in the sun
193 "Tremble not, love, thy Gheber's here!"
199 Ancient Persian Fire-Altar, &c. &c. 'Twas one of those ambrosial eves A day of storm so often leaves
Breathless she stands, with eyes cast down
Farewell—farewell to thee, ARABY's daughter !'"
THE LIGHT OF THE HARAM.
(From porcelain and illuminated MSS.]
Remember, love, the Feast of Roses !"