cling to thee

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  • Help me, throughout life's changing scene, By faith to cling to thee! Cited from The Otterbein Hymnal, by Edmund S. Lorenz
  • In the battle, in the darkness, in the need, Shall mine cling to thee! Cited from The Disowned, by E. B. Lytton, Vol. 2
  • We cling to thee till life has fled away; Our dearest phantom, ever with us stay! Cited from Babylonian and Assyrian Literature, by Anonymous
  • I'll bear Thy cross thro' pain and loss, So let me cling to Thee. Cited from Poems: Patriotic, Religious, etc, by Father Ryan
  • What makes the lingering Night so cling to thee? Cited from The Poems of Henry Van Dyke, by Henry Van Dyke
  • No hope may be ours to animate the future: let us still cling to thee, though thine influence sadden the past. Cited from A Love Story, by A Bushman
  • I can feel now how the soul may cling to thee, since thou canst thus gratify its insatiable thirst for the Beautiful. Cited from Views a-foot, by J. Bayard Taylor
  • Let me love and cling to thee; I am longing for thy favor; When thou comest, call for me. Cited from The Otterbein Hymnal, by Edmund S. Lorenz
  • Unheeding all my sins, I cling to thee! Cited from Chapters on Jewish Literature, by Israel Abrahams
  • Friend unseen, Since on thine arm thou bid'st me lean, Help me, throughout life's changing scene, By faith to cling to thee! Cited from The Otterbein Hymnal, by Edmund S. Lorenz
  • I cling to thee -- thou must not go; Oh, let me tell thee every woe And whisper in thy ready ear What other friends would frown to hear. Cited from Canadian Wild Flowers, by Helen M. Johnson
  • I would soar to thee, cling to thee, And be thy rere-ward Aurora, pursuing the skirts of To-day! Cited from An Anthology of Australian Verse, Bertram Stevens
  • When floods of sorrow o'er me sweeping, Thy hand I could not see; Then Thou, when heart and strength were yielding, Bade me to cling to thee. Cited from Poems, by Mary Alice Walton
  • If I might not give thee the wild passions of my youth, when my heart was sought, and won ere I was myself conscious of the precipice I neared, I cling to thee now alone -- I would be thine alone. Cited from The Vale of Cedars , by Grace Aguilar
  • The night, though clear, shall frown, And the stars shall look not down From their high thrones in the Heaven With light like hope to mortals given, But their red orbs, without beam, 15 To thy weariness shall seem As a burning and a fever Which would cling to thee forever. Cited from Selections From Poe, by J. Montgomery Gambrill
  • The night -- tho' clear -- shall frown-- And the stars shall not look down From their high thrones in the Heaven, With light like Hope to mortals given-- But their red orbs, without beam, To thy weariness shall seem As a burning and a fever Which would cling to thee forever. Cited from Edgar Allan Poe's Complete Poetical Works, by Edgar Allan Poe
  • I long to be with thee, but cannot tell how; Wert thou but the elder that grows by thy dairy, And I the blest woodbine to twine on the bough, I'd embrace thee and cling to thee ever, my Mary! Cited from Life and Remains of John Clare, by J. L. Cherry
  • And ever at thy season be thou free 5 To spill the venom when thy fangs o'erflow; Remorse and self-contempt shall cling to thee, Hot shame shall burn upon thy secret brow, And like a beaten hound tremble thou shalt -- as now. Cited from Adonais, by Shelley
  • Nor can blame cling to thee; the snow From swinish footprints takes no staining, But, leaving the gross soils of earth below, Its spirit mounts, the skies regaining, And unresentful falls again, To beautify the world with dews and rain. Cited from The Complete Poetical Works of James Russell Lowell, by James Lowell