If great Titian had only been gifted with prophecy, and had skipped a martyr, and gone over to England and painted a portrait of Shakspeare, even as a youth, which we could all have confidence in now, the world down to the latest generations would have forgiven him the lost martyr in the rescued seer
There was this perception in him which makes the poet or seer
an object of awe and terror, namely that the same man or society of men may wear one aspect to themselves and their companions, and a different aspect to higher intelligences.
This great seer
did not go beyond the consideration of the tissues as ultimate facts in the living organism, marking the limit of anatomical analysis; but it was open to another mind to say, have not these structures some common basis from which they have all started, as your sarsnet, gauze, net, satin, and velvet from the raw cocoon?
Perhaps it was just as well for John Francis that the man who walked so sullenly by his side had not the eyes of a seer
, for it was a wild country and Trent himself had drunk deep of its lawlessness.
The only books which she read were the works of the Swedish Seer
Three times we have had to draw, and once at La Reolle we stood seer
our wool-bales, Watkin and I, and we laid about us for as long as a man might chant a litany, slaying one rogue and wounding two others.
There was a touch of the seer
about him tonight--he spoke as one to whom it had been given to speak.
If you are a seer
, whenever you meet a man you will see all that he owns, ay, and much that he pretends to disown, behind him, even to his kitchen furniture and all the trumpery which he saves and will not burn, and he will appear to be harnessed to it and making what headway he can.
Warned by the seer
Teiresias Creon repents him and hurries to release Antigone from her rocky prison.
Sore perplexed am I by the words of the master seer
And this deep power in which we exist and whose beatitude is all accessible to us, is not only self- sufficing and perfect in every hour, but the act of seeing and the thing seen, the seer
and the spectacle, the subject and the object, are one.
With these words Zarathustra started up, not however like a person in anguish seeking relief, but rather like a seer
and a singer whom the spirit inspireth.