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|Now, fainting, calls she on her poor dead love, How like the wailings of the |
widowed dove I All Ephesus upon the wonder gazed ! ... 'Tis true, a few old maids
abused the pother " Heavens ! if one husband dies, why take another ! ...
Resolved was she amid th is tomb to sigh ; To weep, and wail, and groan, and
starve, and die No comfort ! no ! no comfort would she take ... A smart young
soldier watched the thief and This son of Mars, upon his silent station, Hearing, at
night, a dismal ...
|SOLDIER ONE. But you don't know Pavu Mlambo? RACHEL (frightened , careful) |
. No . SOLDIER TWO. He was a kitchen boy. ... Do you love this man, Rachel
Kativhu? RACHEL (expressionless , caught). No. SOLDIER ONE. Pavu's a
soldier now, or so he ... We could send her to a camp, Pavu. She might remember
you eventually. PAVU. I don't know her. SOLDIER ONE. ... SOLDIER TWO (
sighing). Well ...
|I speak to thee plain soldier : If thou canst love me for this, take me: if not, to fay to |
thee that I shall die, 'tis true ; but for thy ... because he hath not the gift to
woo in other places : for these fellows of infinite tongue, that can rhime
themselves into ladies* ... If thou would have such a one, take me : And take me,
take a soldier; take a soldier, take a king : And what say'st thou then to my love?
speak, my fair, and fairly, I pray thee. ... sheepish, nor pour forrh Ğjr eloquence in
sighs and fobs.
|Although we are separated by hill and dale and have not the power, or in other |
words, the satisfaction of conversing in a verbal form, yet ... This is the Sabbath
eve, and I fancy I see you sitting in one of the pews in church; I wish that I could
for a moment look in and recognize ... It was amusing to see the long faces, and
frequent sighs that passed from some. ... I knew that a soldier's life was one that
afforded but little what we might term physical comfort, but this is not what the true
|Shr. IV, 2, 73. in coming on he has the cramp, AII's IV, 3, 324. come on, brave |
soldiers, HGC IV, 7., 87. when fitness ... I, 3, 202. pride must tarre the mastiflls on,
392. shall we on and not depend on you, Caes. ... Benedick, love on, Ado Ill, 1,
111. you go on thus, V, 1, 1. wonder on, Mids. ... Once, 1) one time, a single time:
three times with sighs she gives her sorrow fire, ere o. she can discharge one
word of ...
|Will he always love me? Home, Frank (b. ... Horovitz, Frances (1938-83) Do You |
Not Know that I Need to Touch You. Loving You. ... Upon a Fool. Upon One of the
Maids of Honour to Queen Elizabeth. ... Night comes. On the ceiling. Quietly.
Stalled car. Sun and moon. Sunset dying. This loneliness. Unsnapping. Up late.
Waiting ... Soldier from the Wars Returning. ... When the lad for longing sighs.
While in ...
|But in the kingdom of Heaven there is perfect love, which as it casts out fear, so |
strife. ... In that celestial kingdom there shall be no vilifying or slandering one
another, or raking into those sores which Christ died to heal. Christians that could
not pray together, shall sing together in that glorious choir : there shall not be one
jarring string in the saints' ... My life. is spent with grief, and my years with sighing.
|back onto flight status no matter whom he had to bribe or threaten with bodily |
harm. ... She pressed her body into his and he responded, sighing. ... Had they
made love, there would have been no redemption for either of them, regardless
whether they found out afterwards that ... faith that he will, I want you to remember
that for the rest of your life you will own apart of my heart that no one will ever
|The English vice, they call it in France, where some affect to believe that no |
Englishman can come to a stand without the benefit of the whip across his
buttocks ... I have been a soldier by trade and I have seen and done many things
which you will not see done in an English country garden ... (No Courtly Lover
ever put out the fire between a lady's legs with one of his rhyming sighs, and most
of the Courtly ...
|Or by the Gods retire without Reply : And, if he asks who bid thee, fay 'twas I. [|
Valerius retires to a distance. Her. Too generously ... Now, Fortune, thou hast
shown thy utmost Spight : The Soldiers will not for a Christian fight. And, Madam,