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|... which one day one might lose. Woe, woe, woe (I think I am quoting Ezra Pound |
more or less) in a little while we shall all be dead. Therefore let us behave as
though we were dead already. Oct. 31, 1951 To : James Sandoe . . . How are all ...
|10 There are more truths in twenty-four hours of a man's life than in all the |
philosophies. RAOUL VANEICEM (b. ... 9 Woe, woe, woe ... in a little while we
shall all be dead. Therefore let us behave as though we were dead already.
|Death eats up all things, both the young lamb and old sheep; and I have heard |
our parson say, death values a prince no more than a clown; all's fish that comes
to his net; he throws at all, ... Chandler, Raymond Woe, woe, woe... in a little while
we shall all be dead. Therefore let us behave as though we were dead already.
|Oil and water were the same as wind and air to you. - Chandler, Raymond Woe, |
woe, woe... in a little while we shall all be dead. Therefore let us behave as
though we were dead already. - Chandler, Raymond QuotationsBook 13.
|I told him I could do no more for him at present, and that we were all yet still in |
hazard of our lives; for we were ... When I returned, I told Sir John that Mr Archer
was dying of his wounds, who ordered several to go alongst and carry him to a ...
to guard us in till to-morrow, that the body of the king's forces come and cut us off;
therefore, let us still behave ourselves like ... We buried our dead man, and so
made ready for a march, and so went off the field in a close body, but saw none of
|He's at two hands with me, and that my two ears can witness Com. of Errors, ii. 1. |
It is the ... Woe. — Our hint of woe Is common Tempest, ii. t. I have fed upon this
woe alreadyT And now excess ofit will make me surfeit Two Gen. 0/ Verona* iii. 1.
|Ant. Let him that loves me strike me dead. ... She had a prophesying fear Of what |
hath come to pass : for when she saw — Which never shall be found — you did
suspect ... Woe, woe are we, sir, you may not live to wear All your true followers
out. ... not the imperious show Of the full-fortuned Caesar ever shall Be brooch 'd
with me ; if knife, drugs, serpents, have Edge, sting, ... Yet come a little, —
Wishers were ever fools, — O, come, come, come : [They heave Antony aloft to
|9 be witneu to me, O thou blessed moon — Iv. 9 and thia will witness outwardly . |
... iAJo, iii. t amen, say we; we will be witnesses Taming ofSh. ii. ... 1 the sky
changes when they are wf vea — iv. 1 wonder, sir, since wives are monsters..
All's Well. v. 3 to wive, and thrive, ... iv. ft no more such wives; therefore, no wife —
T.I your wives, your daughters Macbeth, 1 v. ... 1 break with your wives of your —
iii. i here come our wives, and let us — lil. ..... 4 dead happiness with living woe —
|And the holy God shall be acknowledged holy, through Justice," i. e. his |
punishments according to judicial sentence : the ... The figurative expressions,
user! in describing those, on whom the next woe is denounced, are differently
interpreted. ... that draw loaned wagons by ropes or traces; while Ihey only obtain
vanity, and draw down vengeance on themselves. ... and sin as it were with a cart
rope : 19 That say, Let ц him make speed, and hasten his work, that we may see
it : and let the ...
Alfred Richard Orage, Arthur Moore - 1912 - Snippet view - More editions
|People have differed — and, if I may say so, rightly — about the merits of Mr. Ezra |
Pound's previous books of verse. ... he has imposed on himself and how much
hard thinking (though very little emotion) has gone to the making of the poems. ...
twilight trouble us, and its refrain like a muffled bell, Lo, the fair dead, has a
mournful music that echoes in one's ears when ... O woe, woe, People are born
and die, We shall all be dead pretty soon Therefore let us act as if we were dead