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Literary usage of Asthore
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Golden Treasury of Irish Songs and Lyrics by Charles Welsh (1907)
"... DHU asthore AGAIN the flowery feet of June have tracked our cottage side; And o'er the waves the timid moon steals, smiling like a bride : But what were ..."
2. The Popular Poets and Poetry of Ireland: And Choice Selections in Prose from by Richard Nagle (1887)
"... dim asthore ! What wonder, then, each word he said Fell o'er my maiden das- Like breathings o'er the cradle bed Where mothers kiss and pray; ..."
3. Memorandums Made in Ireland in the Autumn of 1852 by John Forbes (1853)
"The long-long-wish'd-for hour has come, Yet come, asthore, 1 in vain, And left Thee but the wailing hum Of sorrow and of pain; My Light of Life, ..."