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|The train of thought moves with subdued and measured step, likea caravan. But |
thepen is onlyan instrument inits hand, andnot instinct with life, like alonger arm.
Itleaves a thin varnish or glazeover all its work. ... Nothing is considered simply
asit lies in the lapof eternal beauty, but our thoughts, aswell as our bodies, must
be dressed after the latest fashions. ... We are a people who live in a bright light,
in houses ofpearl and porcelain, and drinkonly lightwines, whose teeth are
Harold Bloom - 2009 - 416 pages
|The train of thought moves with subdued and measured step, like a caravan. But |
the pen is only an instrument in its hand, and not instinct with life, like a longer
arm. It leaves a thin varnish or glaze over all its work. ... Nothing is considered
simply as it lies in the lap of eternal beauty, but our thoughts, as well as our
bodies, must be dressed after the latest ... We are a people who live in a bright
light, in houses of pearl and porcelain, and drink only light wines, whose teeth
are easily set on ...
|For that which is its essence is eternally pleasing, and will be continually |
reproduced in one form or another. The typical idyll is a poem in which a little
picture is painted in somewhat subdued colouring ; it represents a scene and a
slight story, ... raises the charm of country life to a height only to be reached by
fancy, our hold of poetry, at least on one side, has altogether slackened. ... Love
among the Ruins is a true and very beautiful idyll. Our other great living poet is
|"lis that 'tis part of Deity — I feel, it cannot be That such a spaik can die — or sleep |
in all eternity ! It must aspire ; its essence is of an immortal birth, Ethereal in its
nature, and must spurn the soulless eartb. Come to my soul, undying hope I o'er ...
|To read the teachings of Krishna is to have the teachings ofJesus come to life. ... |
The wise subdue their senses and keep their minds absorbed in the Kingdom of
God. A mind ... To free the senses from attachment is to live in wisdom. ...
Although the prism separates the light into many beautiful colors, there still exists
only one light. ... If we can describe or tell of something, then that is not the
essence of the thing we are describing. The unnameable is the eternal | 46 | Mark
W. Hatcher, MD.
|NEW-YORK, OCTOBER, 1840. dream of them, is very probable, for I live more ... |
From visions clothed in glory's light, In realms of Paradise all bright, That doubly
strong thy claims should prove, Young beauty to — The Star of Love! ... Symbol of
that eternal vow, That soon thy youthful heart shall twine In rosy links at Hymen's
shrine, Where blessings round thy form ... Oh ! well may pleasure gild thy cheek,
Thou rose of love — young maiden meek I For life, to thee, has ever been, One ...
|karman, n. one's own work; ° ma-ban- dhana, mfn. fettered by one's own works, |
MW. .... Witamtln, mfn. having b° (mostly ifc., cf. su-n°) ; having beautiful hips, Kilid
.; having beautiful sides (as a mountain), R5- jat. ; (i), f. a woman with large and ...
|These observations are more particularly applicable to his " Holy Living and |
Dying " and his " Contemplations on the State of ... of the felicities and glories of
heaven ; of the sublime realities of the invisible and eternal world ; of the Divine
love as ... beauty and mutual harmony of the principles of conduct which it
enjoins, and the excellence of that immortal character ... that it often breaks out
even in that species of composition in which it ought to have been most subdued,
and the great ...
|Such are, not unfrequently, the exercises of the repenting man; and from these he |
rises, as with new life diffused through ... to the weather-beaten mariner,
Appearing when all hope of laud is gone;— A day that dawns serenely beautiful,
After a night ... The evil passions by which the man was recently enslaved are still
in being, somewhat subdued, but not destroyed. ... There are men who live
wholly to the gratification of their senses : while others are chiefly influenced by
objects having ...