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[ Also see Astronomy Clouds Comets Corruption Day December Earth Light Moon Morning Nature October Rain Rainbows Shadows Sky Stars Sun Dial Mottoes Sunrise Sunset Twilight ]

The sun was set, and Vesper, to supply his absent beams, had lighted up the sky.
      - John Dryden

Behold him setting in his western skies,
  The shadows lengthening as the vapours rise.
      - John Dryden, Absalom and Achitophel
         (st. 1, l. 268)

The glorious lamp of heaven, the radiant sun,
  Is Nature's eye.
      - John Dryden,
        The Story of Acis, Polyphemus, and Galatea
         (l. 165),
        from Ovid "Metamorphoses", bk. xiii

Out of the solar walk and Heaven's highway.
      - John Dryden, Threnodia Augustalis

The sun illuminates only the eye of the man, but shines into the eye and the heart of the child.
      - Ralph Waldo Emerson

A sunbeam passes, through pollution unpolluted.
      - Eusebius of Caesarea ("Father of Ecclesiastical History")

High in his chariot glow'd the lamp of day.
      - William Falconer, The Shipwreck
         (canto I, III, l. 3)

Such words fall to often on our cold and careless ears with the triteness of long familiarity; but to Octavia . . . they seemed to be written in sunbeams.
      - Frederic William Farrar, Darkness and Dawn
         (chap. XLVI)

He from our sight retires awhile, and then rises and shines o'er all the world again.
      - Henry Fielding

Let others hail the rising sun:
  I bow to that whose course is run.
      - David Garrick,
        On the Death of Henry Pelham

The angles even
  Draw strength from gazing on its glance,
    Though none its meaning fathom may;
      The world's unwither'd countenance
        Is bright as at creation's day.
      - Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

The radiant sun sends from above ten thousand blessings down, nor is he set so high for show alone.
      - George Granville, Lord Landsdowne

In climes beyond the solar road.
      - Thomas Gray, Progress of Poesy

Sunlight is like the breath of life to the pomp of autumn.
      - Nathaniel Hawthorne

Failing yet gracious,
  Slow pacing, soon homing,
    A patriarch that strolls
      Through the tents of his children,
        The sun as he journeys
          His round on the lower
            Ascents of the blue,
              Washes the roofs
                And the hillsides with clarity.
      - William Ernest Henley, Rhymes and Rhythms

The glorious lamp of heaven, the sun.
      - Robert Herrick

Father of rosy day,
  No more thy clouds of incense rise;
    But waking flow'rs,
      At morning hours,
        Give out their sweets to meet thee in the skies.
      - Thomas Hood, Hymn to the Sun (st. 4)

She stood breast-high amid the corn,
  Clasp'd by the golden light of morn,
    Like the sweetheart of the sun,
      Who many a glowing kiss had won.
      - Thomas Hood, Ruth

The great duties of life are written with a sunbeam.
      - John Jortin, Sermon

When the sun sets, shadows, that showed at noon
  But small, appear most long and terrible.
      - Nathaniel Lee, Oedipus,
        said to be written by Lee and Dryden

The sun stands, at midnight, blood-red, on the mountains of the North.
      - Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

Thou shalt come out of a warme Sunne into God's blessing.
      - John Lyly (Lylie or Lyllie), Euphues

The sun shineth upon the dunghill and is not corrupted.
      - John Lyly (Lylie or Lyllie), Euphues
         (p. 43)

Thou shalt sleep in thy clouds, careless of the voice of the morning.
      - James Macpherson,
        Ossian--Carthon--Ossian's Address to the Sun

Whence are thy beams, O sun! thy everlasting light? Thou comest forth, in thy awful beauty; the stars hide themselves in the sky; the moon, cold and pale, sinks in the western waves. But thou, thyself, movest alone.
      - James Macpherson,
        Ossian--Cathon--Ossian's Address to the Sun


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