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Thomas Lovell Beddoes
Thomas Beddoes was by profession a physician and anatomist, the son of the well-known physician, political radical, and scientific writer Dr. Thomas Beddoes (1760–1808), who befriended and treated Samuelread more
A lover is a slender, glowing urn
On beauty's shrine, his heart is incense sweet,
Which with his eye-lit torch young love doth burn;
Then from its ardor cloudy ringlets fleet,5
That we call sighs, and they with perfume turn
Upwards, his mistress' whisperings to meet.
The breezy whispers and the sighs embrace,
Like pink-winged clouds mixing above the hill,
And from their lovely toyings spring a race
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