I did not see thee drubbed; I did not see thee tumbled heels over head in the dust; and if any man says that thou wert, I can with a clear conscience rattle his lying tongue betwixt his teeth."
Look how he doth hold that fair flower betwixt his thumb and finger, as he would say, `Good rose, I like thee not so ill but I can bear thy odor for a little while.' I take it ye are both wrong, and verily believe that were a furious mouse to run across his path, he would cry,
Flee, my friend, into thy solitude: I see thee stung all over by the poisonous flies.
Exhausted I see thee, by poisonous flies; bleeding I see thee, and torn at a hundred spots; and thy pride will not even upbraid.
Wretch, now my eyes are gone thou hast torn away The helpless maiden who was eyes to me; For these to thee
and all thy cursed race May the great Sun, whose eye is everywhere, Grant length of days and old age like to mine.
But his mother threw down her knitting, and, hurrying after him, took hold of his arm, and said, in a tone of plaintive remonstrance, "Nay, my lad, my lad, thee
munna go wi'out thy supper; there's the taters wi' the gravy in 'em, just as thee
, Rachel; will see, tomorrow; but, here comes Simeon."
1) Hearken, King, reflect, we pray thee
, but not stubborn but relent.
Let nor call nor song nor sign Turn thee
from thy hunting-line.(Morning mist or twilight clear, Serve him, Wardens of the Deer!) Wood and Water, Wind and Tree, Jungle-Favour go with thee
I would have thee
drop Thy riotous company, too -- fellows low born -- Ill suit the like with old Di Broglio's heir And Alessandra's husband.
"The cause of that soreness," said Don Quixote, "will be, no doubt, that the staff wherewith they smote thee
being a very long one, it caught thee
all down the back, where all the parts that are sore are situated, and had it reached any further thou wouldst be sorer still."
Yet what thou canst attain, which best may serve To glorifie the Maker, and inferr Thee
also happier, shall not be withheld Thy hearing, such Commission from above I have receav'd, to answer thy desire Of knowledge within bounds; beyond abstain To ask, nor let thine own inventions hope Things not reveal'd, which th' invisible King, Onely Omniscient, hath supprest in Night, To none communicable in Earth or Heaven: Anough is left besides to search and know.