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|But, since life teems with ill, Nurse no extravagant hope; Because thou must not |
dream, thou need'st not then despair! ... Because of his self-contradictions, his
misanthropy, his despair, and his failure to find any “vent in action” except suicide
|us not thus speak evilly to one another, when on the morrow I must depart. \Vhat |
didst thou bring me here for?” “I bring thee here!”was the damsel's scornful reply.
“How long is it, verily, since thou didst entice me to come here With thee?
|A Dream of the World's Tragedy Marie Corelli ... Thou shalt not darken my |
brother's name and fame by thy treachery, — thou shalt not screen thyself behind
him in this history. ... At this, she gave a cry of despair, and snatching her dagger
from her girdle, sprang upon her priestly lover and stabbed him with a furious
thrust that ...
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|Let backfliders repent then, but not despair, Jen iii. ... 3 But God came to |
Abimelech in a dream by night, and said to him, Behold, thou art but a dead man,
for the woman ... 4 But Abimelech had not come near her: and he said, LORD,
wilt thou flay also a righteous nation? ... and he shall pray for thee, and thou shalt
live: and if thou restore ber not, know that thou shalt surely die, thou, and all that
|Strange it will seem, but, ere the morning came, I slept, nor felt disorder in my |
frame: Then came a dream-—I saw my ... No, thou must not swear, He said, or I
had sworn; but still the vow Was past. was in my mind, and there is now: Never! O
, never!-\Vhy that sullen air? Thinkst thou—ungenerous ! —-I would wed despair?
|I was awaken'd hy some heing nigh, It seem'd some voiee, and gave a timid ery, |
— When sounds, that I deserihe not, ... Thou need est eounsel — now a happy
wife, A widow soon ! and then, my sister, then Think not of marriage, think no ...
No, thou must not swear,' lie said, or I had sworn ; hut still the vow Was past, was
in my mind, and there is now ... Safe, if thou wilt, not flow'ry — now, adien P ' Nay,
go not thus,' I eried, ' for this will seem The work of sleep, a mere impressive
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|A poor man he went to sleep, a rich man in sleep he became : had he not awoke, |
he were a rich man : he woke up, ... He hath taken away the pride of rich men, he
giveth counsel.1 As if they » were saying, We are rich men, thou dost ... Are they
not worthy to suffer these things, to wit that God bring to nothing their image in His
city, because also they ... And I was brought unto nothing, and I knew not" We
must not therefore despair even of them, against whom I was saying such things.
|No, thou must not swear, He said, or I had sworn ; but still the vow Was past, was |
in my mind, and there is now: Ne»er! O. never! — Why that sullen air? Thiakst
thou — ungenerous ! — I would wed despair? ... Nay, go not thus, I cried, for this
will seem The work of sleep, a mere impressive dream; Give me some token, that
|3 But God came to Abimelecli in 'a dream by ni ht, and said to him, Beho d, thou |
art but is dead man, for the woman which ... 4 But Abimelech " had not come near
her: and he said, Lord, ' wilt thou slay also a righteous nation P 5 Said he not ...
Let bncksliders repent, then, but not despair, Jer. ... The reasons why he must he
just and kind to Abraham, are, (I.) Because he is a prophet; near and dear to God.