Richard Blackmore Quote

Behold the light emitted from the Sun, What more familiar, and what more unknown? While by its spreading Radiance it reveals All Nature's Face, it still itself conceals.


The Works of the English Poets, from Chaucer to Cowper (Volume 10), Creation, Book II (p. 348), 1810

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Behold the light emitted from the Sun, What more familiar, and what more unknown? While by its spreading Radiance it reveals All Nature's Face, it...

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Behold the light emitted from the Sun, What more familiar, and what more unknown? While by its spreading Radiance it reveals All Nature's Face, it...

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Behold the light emitted from the Sun, What more familiar, and what more unknown? While by its spreading Radiance it reveals All Nature's Face, it...

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Behold the light emitted from the Sun, What more familiar, and what more unknown? While by its spreading Radiance it reveals All Nature's Face, it...