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To John Hamilton Reynolds (Epistle)

Other Epistles →   Dear Reynolds! as last night I lay in bed, There came before my eyes that wonted thread O shapes, and shadows, and remembrances, That every other minute vex and please: Things all disjointed come from north and south, –            5 Two Witch’s eyes above a Cherub’s mouth, …

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To John Hamilton Reynolds (Maybole, July 11, 1818)

Maybole, July 11, 1818 My dear Reynolds I’ll not run over the Ground we have passed; that would be merely as bad as telling a dream—unless perhaps I do it in the manner of the Laputan printing press—that is I put down Mountains, Rivers, Lakes, dells, glens, Rocks, and Clouds, with beautiful enchanting, Gothic picturesque …

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