HANDY DICTIONARY OF POETICAL QUOTATIONS
GEORGE W. POWERS
AUTHOR OF "IMPORTANT EVENTS," ETC. NEW YORK THOMAS Y. CROWELL & CO. PUBLISHERS
1901 BY T.Y. CROWELL & COMPANY.
PREFACE. It has been the aim of the compiler of this little book to present a Dictionary of Poetical Quotations which will be a ready reference to many of the most familiar stanzas and lines of the chief poets of the English language, with a few selections from Continental writers; and also some less familiar selections from more modern poets, which may in time become classic, or which at least have a contemporary interest. Readers of English literature are aware that the few great poets of our language have struck perhaps every chord of human sentiment capable of illustration in verse, and even these few have borrowed the ideas, and sometimes almost the exact words, of predecessors or contemporaries. But often old ideas in a new dress are welcome to readers who might not have been attracted by the old forms; and each generation has its peculiar modes of expression if not its new lines of thought. It is hoped that this mingling of the old and the new will not be without interest. To carry out the plan of making this a "handy" dictionary of quotations and, at the same time, as comprehensive as the space permitted, it has been necessary to confine the illustration of the topics selected to brief extracts from each author. Of course, in all books of quotations the great name of Shakespeare fills the largest space; and the compiler of this book, as well as all students of Shakespeare, is under obligation to the painstaking compilers of the concordances to this poet, and especially to Mr. Bartlett's monumental work. To many other compilers of quotations, especially to the _Poetical Quotations_ Anna L. Ward (published by Messrs. T.Y. Crowell & Co.), the author is under obligations; while he has made an independent examination of the more recent poets, as well as many of the older ones. The topics illustrated number 2138, selected from the writings of 255 authors. The indexes, which will be found full and complete, were prepared by Mrs. Grace E. Powers, who has also rendered valuable assistance in preparing the copy for the press and in reading the proofs. G.W.P. DORCHESTER, MASS., July, 1901.
HANDY DICTIONARY OF POETICAL QUOTATIONS.
==A.== =Abashed.= Abash'd the devil stood, And felt how awful goodness is, and saw Virtue in her shape how lovely. 1 MILTON: _Par. Lost,_ Bk. iv., Line 846. =Abbots.= To happy convents bosom'd deep in vines, Where slumber abbots purple as their wines. 2 POPE: _Dunciad,_ Bk. iv., Line 301. =Abdication.= I give this heavy weight from off my head, And this unwieldy sceptre from my hand, The pride of kingly sway from out my heart; With mine own tears I wash away my balm, With mine own hands I give away my crown, With mine own tongue deny my sacred state, With mine own breath release all duteous oaths. 3 SHAKS.: _Richard II.,_ Act iv., Sc. 1. =Abdiel.= So spake the seraph Abdiel, faithful found; Among the faithless, faithful only he. 4 MILTON: _Par. Lost,_ Bk. v., Line 896. =Ability.= I profess not talking; only this, Let each man do his best. 5
SHAKS.: _1 Henry IV.,_ Act v., Sc. 2. =Absence.= What! keep a week away! Seven days and nights? Eight score eight hours? and lovers' absent hours, More tedious than the dial eight score times? O weary reckoning! 6 SHAKS.: _Othello,_ Act iii., Sc. 1. Though lost to sight, to memory dear Thou ever wilt remain. 7 GEORGE LINLEY: _Song, Though Lost to Sight._ Condemn'd whole years in absence to deplore, And image charms he must behold no more. 8 POPE: _Eloisa to A.,_ Line 361. O last love! O first love! My love with the true heart, To think I have come to this your home, And yet--we are apart! 9 JEAN INGELOW: _Sailing Beyond Seas._ 'Tis said that absence conquers love; But oh believe it not! I've tried, alas! its power to prove, But thou art not forgot. 10 FREDERICK W. THOMAS: _Absence Conquers Love._ =Abstinence.= Against diseases here the strongest fence Is the defensive virtue abstinence. 11 HERRICK: _Aph. Abstinence._ =Abuse.=
Thou thread, thou thimble, Thou yard, three quarters, half-yard, quarter, nail, Thou flea, thou nit, thou winter cricket thou: Away thou rag, thou quantity, thou remnant. 12 SHAKS.: _Tam. of the S.,_ Act iv., Sc. 3. =Accident.= As the unthought-on accident is guilty Of what we wildly do, so we profess Ourselves to be the slaves of chance, and flies Of every wind that blows. 13 SHAKS.: _Wint. Tale,_ Act iv., Sc. 3. Wherein I spake of most disastrous chances, Of moving accidents by flood and field. 14 SHAKS.: _Othello,_ Act i., Sc. 3. Our wanton accidents take root, and grow To vaunt themselves God's laws. 15 CHARLES KINGSLEY: _Saints' Tragedy,_ Act ii., Sc. 4. By many a happy accident. 16 MIDDLETON: _No Wit, No Help, Like a Woman's,_ Act ii., Sc. 2. =Account.= No reckoning made, but sent to my account With all my imperfections on my head. 17 SHAKS.: _Hamlet,_ Act i., Sc. 5. =Accusation.= Accuse not Nature: she hath done her part; Do thou but thine. 18
MILTON: _Par. Lost,_ Bk. viii., Line 561. =Achievements.= Great things thro' greatest hazards are achiev'd, And then they shine. 19 BEAUMONT AND FLETCHER: _Loyal Subject,_ Act i., Sc. 5. =Acquaintance.= Should auld acquaintance be forgot, And never brought to mind? Should auld acquaintance be forgot, And days o' lang syne? 20 BURNS: _Auld Lang Syne._ =Action.= Pleasure and action make the hours seem short. 21 SHAKS.: _Othello,_ Act ii., Sc. 3. Of every noble action, the intent Is to give worth reward--vice punishment. 22 BEAUMONT AND FLETCHER: _Captain,_ Act v., Sc. 5. Only the actions of the just Smell sweet and blossom in their dust. 23 JAMES SHIRLEY: _Death's Final Conquest,_ Sc. iii. Who sweeps a room as for Thy laws Makes that and th' action fine. 24 HERBERT: _The Elixir._ =Activity.= If it were done, when 'tis done, then 'twere well
It were done quickly. 25 SHAKS.: _Macbeth,_ Act i., Sc. 7. Wise men ne'er sit and wail their loss, But cheerly seek how to redress their harms. 26 SHAKS.: _3 Henry VI.,_ Act v., Sc. 4. =Actors.= A strutting player,--whose conceit Lies in his hamstring, and doth think it rich To hear the wooden dialogue and sound 'Twixt his stretched footing and the scaffoldage. 27 SHAKS.: _Troil. and Cress.,_ Act i., Sc. 3. The world's a theatre, the earth a stage Which God and Nature do with actors fill. 28 THOMAS HEYWOOD: _Apology for Actors._ =Adaptability.= All things are ready, if our minds be so. 29 SHAKS.: _Henry V.,_ Act iv., Sc. 3. =Address.= And the tear that is wiped with a little address May be follow'd perhaps by a smile. 30 COWPER: _The Rose._ =Adieu.= Adieu, adieu! my native shore Fades o'er the waters blue. 31 BYRON: _Ch. Harold,_ Canto i., St. 13.
Adieu, she cried, and waved her lily hand. 32 GAY: _Sweet William's Farewell to Black-eyed Susan._ =Admiration.= Season your admiration for a while. 33 SHAKS.: _Hamlet,_ Act i., Sc 2. =Adoration.= The holy time is quiet as a nun Breathless with adoration. 34 WORDSWORTH: _It is a Beauteous Evening._ =Adorning.= Her modest looks the cottage might adorn, Sweet as the primrose peeps beneath the thorn. 35 GOLDSMITH: _Des. Village,_ Line 232. Loveliness Needs not the foreign aid of ornament, But is when unadorn'd, adorn'd the most. 36 THOMSON: _Seasons, Autumn,_ Line 204. =Adversity.= Sweet are the uses of adversity, Which, like the toad, ugly and venomous, Wears yet a precious jewel in his head; And this our life, exempt from public haunt, Finds tongues in trees, books in the running brooks, Sermons in stones, and good in everything. 37 SHAKS.: _As You Like It,_ Act ii., Sc. 1.
A wretched soul, bruis'd with adversity, We bid be quiet, when we hear it cry; But were we burthen'd with like weight of pain, As much, or more, we should ourselves complain. 38 SHAKS.: _Com. of Errors,_ Act ii., Sc. 1. I am not now in fortune's power: He that is down can fall no lower. 39 BUTLER: _Hudibras,_ Pt. i., Canto iii., Line 877. For of fortunes sharpe adversite, The worst kind of infortune is this,-A man that hath been is prosperite, And it remember whan it passed is. 40 CHAUCER: _Troilus and Creseide,_ Bk. iii., Line 1625. =Advice.= Give every man thine ear, but few thy voice; Take each man's censure, but reserve thy judgment. 41 SHAKS.: _Hamlet,_ Act i., Sc. 3. Know when to speak--for many times it brings Danger, to give the best advice to kings. 42 HERRICK: _Aph. Caution in Council._ The worst men often give the best advice. 43 BAILEY _Festus,_ Sc. _A Village Feast._ 'Twas good advice, and meant, my son, Be good. 44 CRABBE: _The Learned Boy._ =Affectation.= There affectation, with a sickly mien, Shows in her cheek the roses of eighteen; Practis'd to lisp, and hang the head aside;
=Affronts.Faints into airs.. As if increase of appetite had grown By what it fed on. =Affliction._ Act v. Sc. =Age. 50 ADDISON: _Cato.= Affliction is the good man's shining scene. Affection is a coal that must be cool'd.
. for sickness. of the Lock. 2. 45 POPE: _R. 47 SHAKS. 48 YOUNG: _Night Thoughts. Line 31._ Act ii. 3. Now let us thank the Eternal Power: convinced That Heaven but tries our virtue by affliction._ Night ix.: _Venus and A. Prosperity conceals his brightest ray. 46 SHAKS.._ Act i.. it will set the heart on fire. Old age is slow in both. and for show. As night to stars.= Young men soon give and soon forget affronts. and languishes with pride._ Line 387.. suffer'd. the wit is out. Sc. she would hang on him. Sc...= When the age is in. 49 JOHN BROWN: _Barbarossa. =Affection. 5. woe lustre gives to man. Line 406._ Canto iv.= Why. Else. On the rich quilt sinks with becoming woe.: _Hamlet. Wrapt in a gown.
. Give him a little earth for charity! 56 SHAKS. 55 SHAKS. Line 627._ Act ii._ Act iii. Sc. Is come to lay his weary bones among ye. Sc.: _Jul. 5 His silver hairs Will purchase us a good opinion.--his judgment rul'd our hands.. 54 SHAKS. Age cannot wither her. other women Cloy th' appetites they feed.. 2._ Act iii. 1._ Act iii.. Caesar. 2. 59
. but she makes hungry Where most she satisfies.: _Ant. sir! I must not tell my age. when verging into age.. 52 SHAKS._ Act ii. We see time's furrows on another's brow.: _Much Ado. Sc.._ Night v. Sc. 53 CAPEL LOFFT'S _Aphorisms. How few themselves in that just mirror see! 57 YOUNG: _Night Thoughts.. And be alone on earth as I am now.: _Henry VIII. Published in_ 1812..: _Othello. I am declin'd into the vale of years._ Act iv. nor custom stale Her infinite variety. O. An old man. Sc. What is the worst of woes that wait on age? What stamps the wrinkle deeper on the brow? To view each loved one blotted from life's page. It shall be said. And buy men's voices to commend our deeds. 58 GOLDSMITH: _She Stoops to Con.. 3.. They say women and music should never be dated. broken with the storms of State..51 SHAKS. grows thoughtful. Manhood. and Cleo.
=Aim. though all things differ. as I. a chartered libertine.= Better have failed in the high aim. is still
. 98._ iv.. Harold. the bubbling cry Of some strong swimmer in his agony.BYRON: _Ch._ Bk. all agree._ Canto ii. 53. Shall lead thee to thy grave. And lovely as a Lapland night._ Canto ii. Where order in variety we see. St.= When he speaks. The air. St. Old age comes on apace to ravage all the clime. But an old age serene and bright. And where._ Canto iii. i. 60 BEATTIE: _The Minstrel. 61 WORDSWORTH: _To a Young Lady. =Air. 65 ROBERT BROWNING: _The Inn Album. 63 WALLER: _Divine Love.= Could we forbear dispute and practise love. =Agreement.= A solitary shriek. 64 POPE: _Windsor Forest.._ =Agony. 62 BYRON: _Don Juan._ Line 13. St. 25. We should agree as angels do above.. Than vulgarly in the low aim succeed.
of W. 67 SHAKS. ii._ Act iii.= I have a kind of alacrity in sinking. =Alone.. O step between her and her fighting soul: Conceit in weakest bodies strongest works. 72 SHAKS.: _Hamlet.: _Henry V. drags its slow length along.= Then to the spicy nut-brown ale._ Act i...= But look! Amazement on thy mother sits._ Line 100. on Criticism. 70 POPE: _E.. 4. =Ale. A Rechabite poor Will must live. That. all alone._ Pt._ Act iii.--all. Alone on a wide. 69 PRIOR: _The Wandering Pilgrim. Line 156. Sc. wide sea._ Pt. Sc.
.= A needless Alexandrine ends the song.: _Mer. And drink of Adam's ale. alone. 68 MILTON: _L'Allegro. like a wounded snake. iv. 1. Sc. 71 COLERIDGE: _The Ancient Mariner._ =Alexandrine. =Amazement.66 SHAKS. 5..= Alone.. W. =Alacrity.
73 POPE: _Epis._ Bk.= Pretty! in amber to observe the forms Of hairs. but only Vaulting ambition. we know. The image of his Maker.: _Henry VIII. Line 262. a little transient fame. =Ambition._ Act iii.. 2. though in hell: Better to reign in hell. or straws. or grubs. 7. hope to win by it? 74 SHAKS..= America! half brother of the world!
. or dirt. Lost. are neither rich nor rare. 78 MILTON: _Par. than serve in heaven. Such joy ambition finds._ Line 169. 77 MILTON: _Par.=Amber. I have no spur To prick the sides of my intent. By that sin fell the angels: how can man then. i. But wonder how the devil they got there._ Bk. 76 WILLIAM WINTER: _Queen's Domain. Sc. Line 92. which o'erleaps itself. and a fading name. to Arbuthnot. 75 SHAKS. A grave to rest in. iv. =America.= Fling away ambition._ Act i. or worms! The things. Sc. Lost. And falls on the other._ To reign is worth ambition.: _Macbeth. Ambition has but one reward for all: A little power..
= The sap which at the root is bred In trees. iv.. 84 R. 81 WALLER: _To Zelinda._ Sc.. on Criticism. through all the boughs is spread. 83 POPE: _E. Line 66. =Angels. or if it did.= Fools rush in where angels fear to tread. in visits Like those of angels. Not to return. =Ancestry. Line 894. like an ill-used ghost. 82 POPE: _Essay on Man.
.= Where eldest Night And Chaos. and by confusion stand. Line 215. hold Eternal anarchy amidst the noise Of endless wars._ The good he scorn'd Stalk'd off reluctant. ancestors of Nature._ Bk. the messengers of God. The angels come and go. ii.H.With something good and bad of every land. short and far between.. STODDARD: _Hymn to the Beautiful. or slaves. iii. _The Surface. or cowards? Alas! not all the blood of all the Howards._ Pt. 79 BAILEY: _Festus._ Epis._ =Anarchy. 80 MILTON: _Par._ What can ennoble sots. But virtues which in parents shine Make not like progress through the line. Lost. Greater than thee have lost their seat-Greater scarce none can stand.
._ Pt._ Act iii...85 BLAIR: _The Grave. For. be not over-exquisite To cast the fashion of uncertain evils._ Act ii. And run to meet what he would most avoid? 90 MILTON: _Comus._ Act iv. Sc. 'Twas merry when You wager'd on your angling.: _Ant. 5. I sup upon myself. 88 SHAKS.= The pleasant'st angling is to see the fish Cut with her golden oars the silver stream. Line 586. Sc. Never anger made good guard for itself. 87 SHAKS. 89 SHAKS. =Angling. =Antiquity._ Line 359. What need a man forestall his date of grief. brother. =Anger.= O good old man! how well in thee appears
.= Anger's my meat. 1. And so shall starve with feeding. Sc.. which he With fervency drew up. and Cleo.= Peace. 2. Sc. and Cleo. 86 SHAKS._ Act iv. while they rest unknown. ii. And greedily devour the treacherous bait. when your diver Did hang a salt-fish on his hook. grant they be so. 1. =Anticipation.: _Coriolanus..: _Ant..: _Much Ado..
_ Epis. 3.The constant service of the antique world. Speak of me as I am. Sc. 'tis fixed as in a frost. not gaudy: For the apparel oft proclaims the man.= Costly thy habit as thy purse can buy. When service sweat for duty. When you shall these unlucky deeds relate.. =Apparel. not for meed! Thou art not for the fashion of these times. 91 SHAKS. =Apparitions.. nothing extenuate. rich.= I have done the state some service. Where none will sweat. 92 WARTON: _Written on a Blank Leaf of Dugdale's Monasticon. Nor rough. 96
.= How fading are the joys we dote upon! Like apparitions seen and gone. 93 POPE: _Essay on Man. ii. nor barren. 3. but for promotion. Sc. No more of that.: _Hamlet. I pray you in your letters. are the winding ways Of hoar antiquity.: _As You Like It._ Act ii. and they know it._ =Appeal._ Act i. Line 101. 94 SHAKS. But not expressed in fancy. Nor set down aught in malice._ =Apathy. 95 JOHN NORRIS: _The Parting.. but strewn with flowers.= In lazy apathy let stoics boast Their virtue fix'd.
= Now good digestion wait on appetite. That should applaud again. Line 133.= All that glisters is not gold. 101 SHAKS. 2._ Act ii.. =Appetite..: _M.= I would applaud thee to the very echo. 97 SHAKS.: _Macbeth. Gilded tombs do worms infold. =Appearances. seducing charms? 102 COWPER: _Task. Appearances to save. So things seem right no matter what they are.: _Macbeth. 4. Line 481. 103 GRAY: _Elegy. 16
. Sc._ Act iii. 100 CHURCHILL: _Gotham.SHAKS.. Nor seeks for sauce where appetite stands cook. 99 SHAKS. his only care._ Line 299._ iii. ii._ Bk. of Venice. 3 Oh popular applause! what heart of man Is proof against thy sweet. Sc._ St. =Applause. Sc. Sc.. The applause of list'ning senates to command. 7. His thirst he slakes at some pure neighboring brook.: _Othello._ Act v.. And health on both.._ Act v. 98 CHURCHILL: _Rosciad.
wi' her auld recruitin' drum.= Whanne that Aprille with his shoures sote The droughte of March hath perced to the rote. is thine alone! 109 SCHILLER: _Artists.= In arguing.=April. too. =Argument. 107 GOLDSMITH: _Des. April cold with dropping rain Willows and lilacs brings again. And trumpet-lowing of the herds._ Line 124. Line 135. An' pleisure's spreid for a' and some O' whatna state. 108 POPE: _Moral Essays. Love. Than taks the gate. For e'en though vanquish'd. An' birds may bigg in winter's lum._ Prologue. The whistle of returning birds. Line 1.= 'Tis from high life high characters drawn. When aince Aprile has fairly come..
. iii._ St 2._ Bk.._ Epis. i. 106 ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON: _Underwoods. ii. he could argue still. Village. the parson owned his skill. 104 CHAUCER: _Canterbury Tales._ Line 211 =Aristocracy. 105 EMERSON: _May-day. O man.= Seraphs share with thee Knowledge: But art. A saint in crape is twice a saint in lawn. =Art.
Sc. 1. Her aspect and her attitude._ =Artist. 114 SHAKS._ Act ii.= I'll make assurance double sure. 113 SHAKS. I ken the manner of his gait. =Assurance. 112 MILTON: _Par. 5.: _Macbeth. Sc. To make some good._ Act iv. and in his rising seem'd A pillar of state. =Aspiration.: _Troil.. 110 LONGFELLOW: _Keramos. =Aspect. that spirit of his In aspiration lifts him from the earth. art hath thus decreed.._ Act iv. 111 SHAKS. but others to exceed.: _Pericles.._ Bk.
.= 'Tis he. 3. =Atheism. He rises on the toe.= By night an atheist half believes a God.. in whom we trace The features of the mother's face.= With grave Aspect he rose. and Cress. Her darling child.. ii. And take a bond of fate.= In framing an artist. Lost. yes. Line 300. Sc.Art is the child of Nature.
_ Bk. Regained. 2. Line 176.. Harold. Sc. 1. =Attention._ Bk. =Attempt..= The tongues of dying men Enforce attention like deep harmony. Urania. 120 MILTON: _Par. vii. Athens. 117 MILTON: _Par. Sc. Line 240. the eye of Greece. though few. and pass'd away. Line 30...= Ancient of days! august Athena! where. =August. mother of arts And eloquence._ Act ii. 2._ Night v. =Audience. and fit audience find.=
. 116 BYRON: _Ch. =Athens.115 YOUNG: _Night Thoughts._ Act ii. thy grand in soul? Gone--glimmering through the dream of things that were First in the race that led to glory's goals They won.= The attempt and not the deed Confounds us. 119 SHAKS.: _Richard II.= Still govern thou my song. St. Lost. iv.: _Macbeth.. 118 SHAKS.._ Canto ii.. Where are thy men of might.
The Elephant and the Bookseller.. Lo! the crushed wain is slowly homeward rolled: The sunburnt reapers jocund lays are singing._ Act ii.Rejoice! ye fields. Which in their days most famously did flourish. viii. =Authority._ Bk. Line 59._ St. Garth did not write his own Dispensary. But as things wip'd out with a sponge do perish. Drest in a little brief authority. or buy. 125 SPENSER: _Ruins of Time. When August round her precious gifts is flinging. 122 POPE: _Iliad. iii. No author ever spar'd a brother. 123 POPE: _E. 124 GAY: _Fables._ =Aurora..= Aurora now. 2. =Author. His glassy essence--like an angry ape.: _M. Plays such fantastic tricks before high heaven As make the angels weep! 126 SHAKS._ Pt. Line 1. Most ignorant of what he's most assur'd. nor sign now see. Of whom no word we hear.. Sprinkled with rosy light the dewy lawn. 121 RUSKIN: _The Months.= Most authors steal their works. fair daughter of the dawn.= Man. 52. for M. proud man. on Criticism.
. rejoice! and wave with gold. Sc._ How many great ones may remember'd be..
The lands are lit With all the autumn blaze of Golden Rod. 130 HELEN HUNT: _Asters and Golden Rod. The fashion of thy many-colored robe? 128 R._ Divinest autumn! who may paint thee best. 131 HOOD: _Autumn.= Season of mists and mellow fruitfulness! Close bosom friend of the maturing sun. To bend with apples the moss'd cottage trees. i. 127 KEATS: _To Autumn. And everywhere the Purple Asters nod And bend and wave and flit. Nor lowly hedge nor solitary thorn. thy favorite crest. listening To silence. And fill all fruit with ripeness to the core._ I saw old Autumn in the misty morn Stand shadowless like silence._ Sc. STODDARD: _Autumn._ =Avarice. for no lonely bird would sing Into his hollow ear from woods forlorn.H.=Autumn. fruit the vines that round the thatch-eaves run. Forever changeful o'er the changeful globe? Who guess thy certain crown._ Autumn wins you best by this its mute Appeal to sympathy for its decay. 132
. 129 ROBERT BROWNING: _Paracelsus. Conspiring with him how to load and bless With. unfeeling and remorseless! The last corruption of degenerate man.= The lust of gold succeeds the rags of conquest: The lust of gold.
--avarice. JOHNSON: _Irene. Sc. 1. 135 CHURCHILL: _Rosciad._ Act i. Sc. There when the sound of flute and fiddle Gave signal sweet in that old hall.= I saw her at a county ball. =Ball._ St.== =Balances. St.
==B.. Desirous seems to run away from t'other. 2. I think I must take up with avarice. stiff. xxii. without the skill Of moving gracefully._ Canto i._ Bk.. 136 POPE: _Iliad.= Awkward. embarrassed. or standing still. Of hands across and down the middle.
. as if suspicious of his brother. Line 271.= Jove lifts the golden balances that show The fates of mortal men. =Awkwardness. 216.DR. So for a good old-gentlemanly vice.. 137 PRAED: _Belle of the Ball-Room._ Act i. 1. That disease Of which all old men sicken.. One leg._ Line 438. 133 BYRON: _Don Juan. and things below. 134 MIDDLETON: _Roaring Girl.
143 COLERIDGE: _Fancy in Nubibus. Sc. 3 =Banner._ Wave. To mangle me with that word--banished? 139 SHAKS._ =Bars.= Hang out our banners on the outward walls. and my friend profess'd. Banished? O friar._ Act v. Nor iron bars a cage. And charge with all thy chivalry.= Stone walls do not a prison make. and Jul.= Be that blind bard who on the Chian strand.. Sc._ =Bard. 5.: _Macbeth. 138 SHAKS.._ Act iii.= Eating the bitter bread of banishment.. 142 CAMPBELL: _Hohenlinden.=Banishment. A banner with the strange device._ Act iii. Being a divine. By those deep sounds possessed with inward light.
. A sin-absolver.: _Rom. 140 SHAKS.: _Richard II.. Beheld the Iliad and the Odyssey Rise to the swelling of the voiceful sea. Sc.. Howlings attend it: How hast thou the heart. a ghostly confessor. the damned use that word in hell. 141 LONGFELLOW: _Excelsior. 1. Munich! all thy banners wave.
_ Line 347. _The Battle. the shriek of agony. who feel the pain Of fancied scorn._ For freedom's battle. =Bashfulness. 149 CAMPBELL: _Ye Mariners of England.= Then more fierce The conflict grew. and Cleo. And the stormy winds do blow.: _Ant. 146 COWPER: _Conversation._ Pt.. 148 BYRON: _Giaour. Sc. 145 SHAKS. once begun. =Battle.. and undeserv'd disdain. the yell Of savage rage. =Baseness. 14. Though baffled oft._ =Beads. 147 SOUTHEY: _Madoc._ Line 123.=
. commingled in one sound Of undistinguish'd horrors. The groan of death._ Act iv._ iv. And bear the marks upon a blushing face. and self-impos'd disgrace. I have lived in such dishonor that the gods Detest my baseness.= I pity bashful men. Of needless shame. When the battle rages loud and long. the din of arms. Bequeath'd by bleeding sire to son.144 LOVELACE: _To Althea from Prison.= Since Cleopatra died. ii. is ever won..
_ Act i._ Act iv. 5.The hooded clouds. Line 241.= My beauty. 150 LONGFELLOW: _Midnight Mass. Not utter'd by base sale of chapmen's tongues. Sc. like friars. Sc. i._ =Beams. In cut and die so like a tile. The upper part thereof was whey. 153 BUTLER: _Hudibras. orange mix'd with grey. =Beast.. A sudden view it would beguile. Needs not the painted flourish of your praise. 151 TENNYSON: _The Golden Year. 154 SHAKS.= His beard was as white as snow.= And like a lane of beams athwart the sea. Beauty is bought by judgment of the eye. 152 SHAKS. though but mean. The nether. Canto i. 155
. _Hamlet.: _Hamlet.= A beast. Thro' all the circle of the golden year. Tell their beads in drops of rain.. All flaxen was his poll.. His tawny beard was th' equal grace Both of his wisdom and his face._ Pt. 2.. that wants discourse of reason. =Beauty._ =Beard..
and health._ Bk.: _Love's L. 161 EMERSON: _The Rhodora. And beauty draws us with a single hair. Lost. Pilgrim. Beauty is but a vain and doubtful good. ii. Extrem. and a sleep Full of sweet dreams. it will never Pass into nothingness. A brittle glass that's broken presently. Regained._ St. when first it 'gins to bud. A shining gloss that fadeth suddenly. Line 1. a gloss.. 158 DRYDEN: _Cym. What is this thought or thing Which I call beauty? is it thought or thing? Is it a thought accepted for a thing? Or both? or neither--a pretext?--a word? 160 MRS._ Line 1. At every sudden slighting quite abash'd. A flower that dies. 11 Beauty stands In the admiration only of weak minds Led captive. Line 220. A thing of beauty is a joy forever: Its loveliness increases. of Sword-Glare..SHAKS. Lost. cease to admire.: _Pass. Old as I am.. A doubtful good. a glass.. 1. and all her plumes Fall flat and shrink into a trivial toy. for ladies' love unfit.
. 156 SHAKS. dead within an hour. Sc._ Act ii. broken. Then Beauty is its own excuse for being. The power of beauty I remember yet. and Iph._ Bk. BROWNING: _Drama of Ex. 159 KEATS: _Endymion._ Fair tresses man's imperial race insnare. a flower. faded._ If eyes were made for seeing. but still will keep A bower quiet for us. and quiet breathing. 157 MILTON: _Par. i.
there are no comets seen.. Caesar. Sc. The heavens themselves blaze forth the death of princes. Let Other Bards of Angels Sing.= In bed we laugh. run their horse to death._ Pt. 166 TENNYSON: _The Princess.: _Henry V. Johnson. 165 SHAKS. 163 WORDSWORTH: _To ----. 164 ISAAC DE BENSERADE: _Trans..= So work the honey-bees. of the Lock.. When beggars die.162 POPE: _R. 168 SHAKS. Creatures. teach The act of order to a peopled kingdom. 2. in bed we cry. And the lover is beloved.. that by a rule in nature. =Beggars.= Beggars. 4. in bed we die. 2._ Canto ii. Sc._ =Bed.. The moan of doves in immemorial elms.. vii._ by Dr. And murmuring of innumerable bees. The near approach a bed may show Of human bliss and human woe._ Act ii. =Bees.
. True beauty dwells in deep retreats. mounted.: _Jul._ Act i. 167 SHAKS. Sc. Whose veil is unremoved Till heart with heart in concord beats. Line 27. Line 203. And born in bed._ Act i.: _3 Henry VI..
Lost. Ring in the valiant man and free. Ring in the Christ that is to be.= And puts himself upon his good behavior. 172 TENNYSON: _In Memoriam. flown with insolence and wine. then wander forth the sons Of Belial.. and that sweet time. Golden bells! What a world of happiness their harmony foretells! 173 EDGAR ALLAN POE: _The Bells.= When night Darkens the streets._ Bk. wild bells. St. The larger heart._
. Ring out the darkness of the land. =Bells._ Canto v. =Belial. the kindlier hand. and home. Line 500. 169 BYRON: _Don Juan. Ring out the thousand wars of old. Hear the mellow wedding bells. cv. Ring in the thousand years of peace. i. to the wild sky! Ring out old shapes of foul disease.=Behavior. 47._ Pt. When last I heard their soothing chime! 171 MOORE: _Those Evening Bells.._ Ring out. Ring out the narrowing lust of gold. 170 MILTON: _Par.= Those evening bells! those evening bells! How many a tale their music tells Of youth.
but know They are the winged wardens of your farms.
. =Birds. And from your harvests keep a hundred harms.= Our birth is but a sleep and a forgetting: The soul that rises with us our life's star. quite persuaded That all the Apostles would have done as they did. 30. It gives a light to every age. but borrows none. 9. Hath had elsewhere its setting. =Bigotry._ St. And cometh from afar. 178 WORDSWORTH: _Intimations of Immortality.= A glory gilds the sacred page. 174 WORDSWORTH: _Intimations of Immortality. Who from the cornfields drive the insidious foe.= The thought of our past years in me doth breed Perpetual benediction. St._ No._ St. =Birth.. 5. 176 BYRON: _Don Juan.=Benediction. 175 COWPER: _Olney Hymns._ St. 177 LONGFELLOW: _Birds of Killingworth. It gives. 19. 83._ Canto i.= You call them thieves and pillagers. =Bible. Majestic like the sun.= Christians have burnt each other.
Sc.: _M. * * * * * That in the captain's but a choleric word. 179 YOUNG: _Night Thoughts. with meaning rife-A thoughtful day from dawn to close: The middle day of human life.. 'tis wit in them. But. in the less. Line 717. Bleak without and bare within. =Bleakness. 182 SHAKS. 180 JEAN INGELOW. Which in the soldier is flat blasphemy. A shivering pool before the door. a naked moor._ =Blasphemy.= A naked house. =Birthday. 2._ =Bivouac..= On Fame's eternal camping-ground Their silent tents are spread._ Act ii. And Glory guards with solemn round The bivouac of the dead._ Night v. 181 THEODORE O'HARA: _Bivouac of the Dead.While man is growing.= Great men may jest with saints.= A birthday:--and now a day that rose With much of hope.. _A Birthday Walk. A garden bare of flowers and fruit. for M. And poplars at the garden foot: Such is the place that I live in. foul profanation. life is in decrease.
. And cradles rock us nearer to the tomb. Our birth is nothing but our death begun.
183 ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON: _The House Beautiful._ Act v. And though a late. Irrecoverably dark! total eclipse. Dungeons.= Condition. my weary search to find That bliss which only centres in the mind. =Bliss.= O dark. or decrepit age! Light. Without all hope of day. dark. Bliss is the same in subject or in king. 187 MILTON: _Samson Agonistes._ Epis. amid the blaze of noon. which might in part my grief have eas'd.. a sure reward succeeds. 12. O worse than chains._ Line 423. Line 602.. 188 POPE: _Essay on Man. 186 MILTON: _Samson Agonistes. the prime work of God._ Line 80. dark.. or beggary._ =Blessings. very vain. Sc. 189 GOLDSMITH: _Traveller. =Blindness.
. loss of sight. Line 57. of thee I most complain! Blind among enemies. And all her various objects of delight Annul'd. to me 's extinct. iv. 185 CONGREVE: _Mourning Bride._ Line 67. For blessings ever wait on virtuous deeds._ Night ii. circumstance. is not the thing.= How blessings brighten as they take their flight! 184 YOUNG: _Night Thoughts. O. Vain.
: _Hamlet. To stir men's blood: I only speak right on. nor worth. Caesar._ Act i. 194 J._ Blood is a juice of very special kind. of Poesy. 2. Line 1386. =Blossoms. 3.. Sc.= When the blood burns. St.= Who in life's battle firm doth stand Shall bear hope's tender blossoms Into the silent land. Line 3._ =Bluntness.=Blood.).= I have neither wit. A ruddy drop of manly blood The surging sea outweighs.
._ Act iii. Sc. how prodigal the soul Lends the tongue vows. 193 GRAY: _Prog. nor the power of speech._ Pt. VON SALIS: _The Silent Land. nor words. 195 SHAKS. nor utterance.G. 191 EMERSON: _Epigraph to Friendship.. =Bloom. 1. Action. The lover rooted stays. 192 GOETHE: _Faust_ (Swanwick's Trans. i.= O'er her warm cheek and rising bosom move The bloom of young Desire and purple light of Love.: _Jul. 190 SHAKS.. The world uncertain comes and goes.
_ St. 34. That spits forth death. 198 BAILLIE: _Oh Swiftly Glides the Bonnie Boat. I'll have my bond. BROWNING: _Aurora Leigh.= Oh swiftly glides the bonnie boat.= In conversation boldness now bears sway._ Bk. or girl? 196 MRS. ii. I will not hear thee speak. because they are alive. The sudden blush devours them.. rocks. Half wishing they were dead to save the shame. They have drawn too near the fire of life. Talks as familiarly of roaring lions. neck and brow. As maids of thirteen do of puppy dogs.. that nothing can so foolish be As empty boldness. sometimes.. 2.. =Boasting.= Girls blush._ Act ii. Just parted from the shore. And flare up boldly.=Blushing. like gnats. Sc. indeed._ =Boldness. What then? Who's sorry for a gnat . and seas. =Bond. 199 HERBERT: _Temple. 197 SHAKS. And to the fisher's chorus-note Soft moves the dipping oar. Church Porch. and therefore speak no more.
. But know. and mountains.= Here's a large mouth. wings and all.= I'll have my bond. =Boat. Line 732.: _King John.
however good.: _M. Minds are not ever craving for their food. Round these. 4._ Act v. we know._ Act iii. a garment Nobler than that it covers. And sometimes. the best companions._ Act i.200 SHAKS. is to me A glorious court..= Cursed be he that moves my bones. Sc. books.: _Shakespeare's Epitaph. of Venice. for variety. Are a substantial world. Sc. both pure and good.: _Cymbeline. Books cannot always please. 204 BEAUMONT AND FLETCHER: _The Elder Brother._ =Books. and weigh their counsels. Dreams.._ Deep vers'd in books. 205 CRABBE: _The Borough. I confer With kings and emperors. and shallow in himself. 206 WORDSWORTH: _Personal Talk.
._ Rattle his bones over the stones! He's only a pauper. whom nobody owns! 202 THOMAS NOEL: _The Pauper's Ride.. are each a world. =Bones. That place that does contain My books. where hourly I converse With the old sages and philosophers. and books. as is our fangled world. 2. Our pastime and our happiness will grow._ Letter xxiv. 203 SHAKS. Sc. 201 SHAKS. with tendrils strong as flesh and blood. 3.= A book! O rare one! Be not.
95._ =Bores. This above all.. Some books are lies frae end to end.= Society is now one polish'd horde. St. =Boston. as the night the day. From Lyra Urbanica. banish long potations! Solid men of Boston. the _Bores_ and _Bored._ 209 BYRON: _Don Juan.= Solid men of Boston._ =Borrowing. 3. Thou canst not then be false to any man._ Bk.G._ Canto xiii. And it must follow. Sc. For loan oft loses both itself and friend.= Neither a borrower nor a lender be. Hornbook.
. iv.. Again I hear that creaking step!-He's rapping at the door!-Too well I know the boding sound That ushers in a bore. 210 J. Formed of two mighty tribes._ Act i.: _Hamlet. SAXE: _My Familiar.207 MILTON: _Par.. Regained. And borrowing dulls the edge of husbandry.--to thine own self be true. 208 BURNS: _Death and Dr. 211 SHAKS._ =Bough. Line 327. make no long orations! 212 CHARLES MORRIS: _American Song.= Cut is the branch that might have grown full straight.
That grew the more by reaping.= The undiscover'd country from whose bourn No traveller returns.= I'd be a butterfly born in a bower..._
._ Act v. of Errors. Where roses and lilies and violets meet. 1 =Bounty. his bound. 216 GRAY: _Elegy. 218 THOMAS HAYNES BAYLY: _I'd be a Butterfly. and his soul sincere. 1. That sometime grew within this learned man.. 217 SHAKS. He gave to mis'ry (all he had) a tear.. 213 MARLOWE: _Faustus._ Act iii.= For his bounty.: _Ant. and Cleo. He gain'd from Heav'n ('t was all he wish'd) a friend. The Epitaph. Heaven did a recompense as largely send. 214 SHAKS. in sky.: _Hamlet. Sc. Sc._ =Bourn._ =Bounds. 2 Large was his bounty. But hath. in earth. There was no winter in 't. Sc. 215 SHAKS._ Act ii. in sea.= There's nothing situate under Heaven's eye. an autumn 't was.: _Com.And burned is Apollo's laurel bough. =Bower.
even to the utmost scruple: Scrambling. Go anticly.: _As You Like It. The feast of reason and the flow of soul. The smiles._ Act ii.. And pu'd the gowans fine. deprave.= There St. And speak off half a dozen dangerous words. Line 6. creeping like snail Unwillingly to school. Sc. Sc._ =Braes. And this is all. And what they weigh. with his satchel. 1. and cog. How they might hurt their enemies if they durst. and flout. and show outward hideousness. and slander. That lie. 221 MOORE: _Oft in the Stilly Night. Of boyhood's years._ =Braggart.= I know them. the tears. 220 SHAKS. 222 BURNS: _Auld Lang Syne. The words of love then spoken. outfacing. 219 POPE: Satire i._ Act v. 7..=
. And shining morning face. 223 SHAKS.=Bowl..= The whining schoolboy. =Brains. fashion-monging boys. yea.= We twa hae run about the braes.: _Much Ado. John mingles with my friendly bowl. =Boyhood.
= O God! that bread should be so dear. 226 DRYDEN: _Alex. 4. None but the brave deserves the fair. 224 SHAKS. And push us from our stools. Canto vi._ =Breach. 1.= 'Tis more brave To live.: _Henry V.. than to die._ Act iii._ Act ii. dear friends.
._ Pt. And there an end. By all their country's wishes blest! 227 COLLINS: _Lines in 1764. Feast. 4. Sc.._ St. =Bread.: _Macbeth. who sink to rest. 11. With twenty mortal murders on their crowns. when the brains were out. St. once more. the man would die.= The yielding marble of her snowy breast. And flesh and blood so cheap! 229 HOOD: _The Song of the Shirt..._ =Breast.The times have been That. Sc. ii.= Once more unto the breach. Or close the wall up with our English dead! 228 SHAKS.. =Bravery. 225 OWEN MEREDITH: _Lucile. How sleep the brave. but now they rise again.
= When the good man yields his breath (For the good man never dies). 231 CHARLES JEFFERYS: _A Word in Season.= Breezes of the South! Who toss the golden and the flame-like flowers._ =Brevity. And the breeches.230 WALLER: _On a Lady passing through a Crowd of People. v. And pass the prairie-hawk that. =Breeches. And tediousness the limbs and outward flourishes-I will be brief. Flaps his broad wings. and all that._ =Breezes. yet moves not--ye have played Among the palms of Mexico and vines Of Texas. and have crisped the limpid brooks That from the fountains of Sonora glide Into the calm Pacific--have ye fanned A nobler or a lovelier scene than this? 234 WILLIAM CULLEN BRYANT: _The Prairies. Are so queer! 233 OLIVER WENDELL HOLMES: _The Last Leaf._ =Breath.= But the old three-cornered hat. poised on high. 232 JAMES MONTGOMERY: _The Wanderer of Switzerland.
._ Pt._ A word in season spoken May calm the troubled breast.= Since brevity is the soul of wit.
= By the rude bridge that arched the flood.= You are just a sweet bride in her bloom. When we are.. But for supporting robbers. and pure. 239 EMERSON: _Hymn sung at the Completion of the Battle Monument.. ALDRICH: _An Untimely Thought. 238 THOMAS B. Sc._ Pt. Sc. i.. Line 669. 236 BUTLER: _Hudibras. Than such a Roman. That struck the foremost man of all this world. Canto i. Where slender herbs of the forest stoop
. 237 SHAKS.235 SHAKS._ Act ii.: _Jul._ =Brooks. =Bride. Their flag to April's breeze unfurled._ =Bridge. For brevity is very good.= A silvery brook comes stealing From the shadow of its trees. And fired the shot heard round the world. 2. or are not.--shall we now Contaminate our fingers with base bribes? And sell the mighty space of our large honors For so much trash as may be grasped thus? I'd rather be a dog. and bay the moon. Caesar. All sunshine. 3. =Bribes. Here once the embattl'd farmers stood. understood._ Act iv.= What! shall one of us. and snowy.: _Hamlet..
_ =Bubbles. echoes._ Act i.= Blow. bugle. 2.: _Hamlet. answer! dying. 240 WILLIAM CULLEN BRYANT: _The Unknown Way. the iron-bound bucket. The moss-covered bucket.= The earth hath bubbles as the water has.. And these are of them. 245 CHARLES JEFFERYS: _The Meeting of Spring and Summer_ =Bugle. =Bucket.= The old oaken bucket.--how exquisite the bliss! 242 BURNS: _A Winter Night. 241 SHAKS. which hung in the well.: _Macbeth. 244 WOODWORTH: _The Old Oaken Bucket. 243 SHAKS.Before the entering breeze.. The leaf is on the tree.
. dying._ =Bud. Affliction's sons are brothers in distress. blow! set the wild echoes flying! And answer. 3. Sc. Sc. A brother to relieve._ Act v. dying.= The bud is on the bough again. And hurt my brother.= I have shot mine arrow o'er the house._ =Brotherhood.
Himself from God he could not free. Line 360. 250 HERBERT: _Temple. 247 EMERSON: _The Problem. where And when.= Let thy mind still be bent. Church Porch. =Building.= For what are they all in their high conceit. He builded better than he knew: The conscious stone to beauty grew. still plotting. 57. bear it solemnly.._ =Burden.= The hand that rounded Peter's dome._ St._ =Bush. Stand up and walk beneath it steadfastly. and how thy business may be done. lift it. Wrought in a sad sincerity. still goeth on. iii. And groined the aisles of Christian Rome. =Buttercups._ =Business.= A sacred burden is this life ye bear: Look on it. Though he alights sometimes. When man in the bush with God may meet? 249 EMERSON: _Good-Bye. 248 FRANCES ANNE KEMBLE: _To the Young Gentlemen leaving Lenox Academy. Mass. Slackness breeds worms.246 TENNYSON: _The Princess. but the sure traveller._ Pt.=
= And through the heat of conflict keeps the law In calmness made. 256
.= Wit will shine Through the harsh cadence of a rugged line. =Calamity. and Jul.== =Cadence. 252 DRYDEN: _To the Memory of Mr. Sc.: _Jul.= Imperious Caesar. 1. 255 SHAKS.. 253 SHAKS._ Act iii._
==C. the little children's dower. From Abroad... 254 SHAKS._ Act v. now lies he there. Might stop a hole to keep the wind away. 251 ROBERT BROWNING: _Home-Thoughts.: _Hamlet. And none so poor to do him reverence. Oldham. =Caesar. Caesar.. Sc. and sees what he foresaw. =Calmness.All will be gay when noontide wakes anew The buttercups. 3._ Line 15.: _Rom. dead and turn'd to clay.= Affliction is enamour'd of thy parts. Sc. And thou art wedded to calamity. 2._ Act iii. But yesterday the word of Caesar might Have stood against the world.
But you with pleasure own your errors past.= The cannons have their bowels full of wrath. persisting fops we know._ =Calumny. Who.WORDSWORTH: _Character of the Happy Warrior._ Pt. iii.. and ha's. 260 POPE: _E. And ready mounted are they.. The air was still.= The bed was made. =Cannons. 257 SHAKS. these hums. to spit forth Their iron indignation. Sc._ =Candle. =Candor. 1._ Act ii. on Criticism. At God's green caravanserai.= Some positive. Sc. Tale. the water ran. When we put up. the room was fit.
. 1. =Camping.: _Wint. of Venice. And make each day a critique on the last. will needs be always so. if once wrong.= Calumny will sear Virtue itself: these shrugs. By punctual eve the stars were lit..: _M._ Act v. No need was there for maid or man. 259 SHAKS. my ass and I. 258 ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON: _A Camp. Line 9.= How far that little candle throws his beams! So shines a good deed in a naughty world.
= Care keeps his watch in every old man's eye. ii. sleep will never lie. Sc. =Canopy. 263 WALTER SAVAGE LANDOR: _Gebir. 266 SHAKS.= Seas roll to waft me.
.: _Rom._ Act ii. =Care. And where care lodges._ Act ii. the prize we sought is won._ Act iv. The port is near._ Epis. While follow eyes the steady keel. But O heart! heart! heart! O the bleeding drops of red. =Captain..= O Captain! my Captain! our fearful trip is done.-Capacious. Where on the deck my Captain lies. 1..-Is gone (I fear) forever. my canopy the skies. as earth or heaven could hold. 262 POPE: _Essay on Man.. 1.. Sc. the vessel grim and daring.: _King John. suns to light me rise. then. 264 WALT WHITMAN: _O Captain! My Captain_! (On Death of Lincoln.= That wondrous soul Charoba once possest. The ship has weathered every rack. and Jul. 1. =Capacity. the people all exulting._ Bk. My footstool earth. Fallen cold and dead. i. the bells I hear.) A rude and boisterous captain of the sea. Line 139. 265 JOHN HOME: _Douglas. Soul discontented with capacity.261 SHAKS. Sc..
Sc.: _Hamlet.= The sounding cataract Haunted me like a passion._ Pt. And every grin. whom not the gayest can outbrave... =Cat. Odes. no doubt._ Act v. Pursues its feeble victim to the grave. ii. so merry._ Act iv. 272 SHAKS. The cat will mew and dog will have his day. Sc. 269 PETER PINDAR: _Ex. ere it rest. And therefore let's be merry.Care that is enter'd once into the breast. Sc. 1.
.: _M._ =Carefulness. =Cataract. Care. 271 SHAKS. I'll husband them so well. 5. 268 HENRY KIRKE WHITE: _Childhood. Line 17. Will have the whole possession.. draws one out. Hang sorrow! care will kill a cat..= For my means. 273 SHAKS.= A harmless necessary cat._ Act iv._ Ode 15. 267 BEN JONSON: _Tale of a Tub. Let Hercules himself do what he may.._ Act i.: _Hamlet. Sc. of Venice. Care to our coffin adds a nail. 3. 270 GEORGE WITHER: _Poem on Christmas. They shall go far with little. 1.
Across the sands o' Dee._ Line 157.= Let every eye negotiate for itself And trust no agent. 275 MILTON: _Il Penseroso.= The high embower'd roof. And call the cattle home. =Caution. And storied windows._ =Cause. 278 SHAKS. And sit attentive to his own applause. 3. 276 POPE: _Prologue to the Satires. 1. With antique pillars.: _Much Ado.
. =Cattle.. richly dight._ =Cathedrals.= Like Cato. go and call the cattle home._ Line 207.: _Othello.274 WORDSWORTH: _Lines composed a few miles above Tintern Abbey.= O Mary. 279 SHAKS. =Cato._ Act i. Sc. Casting a dim religious light. massy proof. 277 CHARLES KINGSLEY: _The Sands of Dee. And call the cattle home.= And therefore little shall I grace my cause In speaking for myself._ Act ii. Sc. give his little senate laws.
= Praise from a friend. ran Through caverns measureless to man Down to a sunless sea.= But earthly happier is the rose distill'd. Line 293. x._ Bk. 280 HERRICK: _Aph. foe to God and man? 284 MILTON: _Par. =Ceremony. Our Maker bids increase. iv.. N. 283 SHAKS. Than that. Line 748. Caution in Council. Dream. 282 COLERIDGE: _Kubla Khan.: _Mid. 1. 285 POPE: _Iliad. withering on the virgin thorn..Know when to speak. for many times it brings Danger. who bids abstain But our destroyer._ Bk. which.= Where Alph._ Act i. lives and dies in single blessedness. =Censure. 281 FRANKLIN: _Poor Richard. But little boats should keep near shore. Grows. Sc.= Ceremony was but devised at first
._ Vessels large may venture more. Lost._ =Celibacy. the sacred river. Are lost on hearers that our merits know. or censure from a foe._ =Caverns.. to give the best advice to kings.
Sc. to the extremest point Of mortal breathing. i. Recanting goodness.= There I throw my gage. direction... =Challenge._ Act i.To set a gloss on faint deeds--hollow welcomes._ Epis._ Let the great world spin forever down the ringing grooves of change.. All nature is but art unknown to thee.. 2. 289 POPE: _Essay on Man. 'T is easy to be true._ Line 182. sorry ere 't is shown. which thou canst not see._ Act iv. 1. 292 TENNYSON: _Locksley Hall. 286 SHAKS. All chance. =Chance. =Change. 290 CHARLES KINGSLEY: _Prometheus.._ When change itself can give no more.= All but God is changing day by day. Line 289. Sc.: _Timon of A. 288 MILTON: _Comus. But where there is true friendship.: _Richard II. To prove it on thee.= That power Which erring men call Chance. 291 CHARLES SEDLEY: _Reasons for Constancy._ Line 587.
. there needs none. 287 SHAKS.
Worth. Chaos of thought and passion. with him is beauty slain._ Canto v. Alas for the rarity Of Christian charity Under the sun! 298 HOOD: _Bridge of Sighs.. Line 13. courage. for M. ii. =Character. 294 POPE: _Essay on Man. 10. beauty dead. Sc.= Charms strike the sight. 293 SHAKS. That to the observer doth thy history Fully unfold.C. And.: _Venus and A._ =Charms. 295 SHAKS. but merit wins the soul. =Charity.=Chaos.. black chaos comes again.= For he being dead.. all confused. And who can sever love from charity? 297 SHAKS. 1. Still by himself abused or disabused. 3...= There is a kind of character in thy life. these indeed Your sustenance and birthright are.: _Love's L._ Pt..: _M. STEDMAN: _Beyond the Portals._ Act iv.= Charity itself fulfils the law. 296 E.
. Sc._ Line 1019. of the Lock. honor._ Act i. 299 POPE: _R. Lost. Line 34._ Epis.
= So dear to heav'n is saintly chastity. A thousand liveried angels lackey her. ii..= I thought of Chatterton. St. That when a soul is found sincerely so. well of English undefyled. St. 302 SPENSER: _Faerie Queene. 303 BUTLER: _Hudibras. =Chaucer.. i. Canto ii. =Chatterton. Canto iii. 300 MILTON: _Comus.=
. iv._ Pt. The sleepless soul that perish'd in his pride. Of being cheated as to cheat. =Chickens.=Chastity..= Doubtless the pleasure is as great. 32._ Bk. Following his plough along the mountain side. the marvellous boy._ Line 453. 301 WORDSWORTH: _Res. =Cheating. 35. =Cheerfulness. 7. Line 1._ St. On Fame's eternall beadroll worthie to be fyled. Of him who walk'd in glory and in joy.. and Indep. 304 JAMES RUSSELL LOWELL: _Legend of Brittany.= It is good To lengthen to the last a sunny mood.._ Pt.= Dan Chaucer..
308 POPE: _Essay on Man._ Behold the child._ I have had playmates._ Epis. =Chiding._ Line 7.To swallow gudgeons ere they 're catch'd. ii. 306 SHAKS.H._ Pt. 305 BUTLER: _Hudibras. STODDARD: _The Children's Prayer. 309 WORDSWORTH: _My Heart Leaps. 311 CHARLES LAMB: _Old Familiar Faces. their very lives are prayer 310 R.. The child is father of the man. Pleased with a rattle. I have had companions. Line 275._ Sc.: _2 Henry IV. In my days of childhood. tickled with a straw.= Chide him for faults. When you perceive his blood inclined to mirth. All. And count their chickens ere they 're hatch'd.
. Because their thoughts. Line 923. in my joyful school-days. all are gone. ii.. 307 LONGFELLOW: _Children.= Ah! what would the world be to us If the children were no more? We should dread the desert behind us Worse than the dark before. and do it reverently. They alone are good and wise... Children are the keys of Paradise. =Child--Childhood--Children. the old familiar faces. Canto ii._ As children gath'ring pebbles on the shore. by nature's kindly law. 4.
of the S..= Faintly as tolls the evening chime.. 314 MOORE: _A Canadian Boat-Song. =Choice._ Act iv. just for to-night._ =Chime. Sc. 315 BYRON: _Don Juan.
. Our voices keep tune and our oars keep time._ Bk.312 MILTON: _Par._ =Chivalry. 316 SHAKS.. Line 330.. St.= Cervantes smil'd Spain's chivalry away. 313 ELIZABETH AKERS ALLEN: _Rock Me to Sleep.= Love took up the harp of Life. turn backward. and smote on all the chords with might. Make me a child again. 11.= Must I give way and room to your rash choler? Shall I be frighted when a madman stares? 318 SHAKS.._ =Choler. 1._ Canto xiii. in your flight._ Act i.= There's small choice in rotten apples. O Time. Caesar. Sc. Follow thou thy choice.: _Jul. Regained. 317 WILLIAM CULLEN BRYANT: _Alcayde of Molina. =Chord. 3. iv. Backward.: _Tam.
pass'd in music out of sight._ No. =Christmas.= At Christmas play.Smote the chord of Self._ Hail to the King of Bethlehem.._ Pt. and make good cheer. the King and the Saviour. 1._ Sc. 321 LONGFELLOW: _Christus. iii. Golden Legend. 324 TUSSER: 500 _Pts. lxxvii._ We kind o' thought Christ went agin war an' pillage. Bright be thy Christmas tide! Carol it far and wide. Christ--the one great word Well worth all languages in earth or Heaven. For Christmas comes but once a year. is come!
.._ Pt._ Ch. trembling. 319 TENNYSON: _Locksley Hall. 325 TENNYSON: _In Memoriam. Again at Christmas did we weave The holly round the Christmas hearth. iii. The silent snow possess'd the earth.= In the beauty of the lilies Christ was born across the sea. 322 BAILEY: _Festus. _Heaven. Who weareth in his diadem The yellow crocus for the gem Of his authority. 12. that. =Christ. With a glory in His bosom that transfigures you and me: As He died to make men holy. 320 JULIA WARD HOWE: _Battle Hymn of the Republic. Jesus. 323 JAMES RUSSELL LOWELL: _Biglow Papers._ Line 33. St. let us die to make men free. Good Hus.
Where Caesars._ Canto vi. heroes.= Who builds a church to God. 331 DYER: _Ruins of Rome. solemn scene.= My master is of churlish disposition. 327 SCOTT: _Marmion. They would reply--"The faithful pure and meek. the one selected race._ Heap on more wood! the wind is chill._ Epis. 328 CLEMENT C. where the slave Rests from his labors. Of all professions. the miser drops his hoard. We'll keep our Christmas merry still._ =Church. =Churchyard. Introduction. hermits lie. silent. iii. MOORE: _A Visit from St.. Blended in dust together. 329 POPE: _Moral Essays. and not to fame.= The solitary.
. =Churlishness. HAVERGAL: _Christmas Mottoes. And little recks to find the way to heaven. Line 285. where th' insulting proud Resigns his power.." 330 CRABBE: _The Borough. But let it whistle as it will. 'Twas the night before Christmas. Where human folly sleeps. and in every place. Nicholas. From Christian folds. peasants. "What is a church?" Let truth and reason speak. when all through the house Not a creature was stirring. Will never mark the marble with his name.326 FRANCES R._ Letter ii.--not even a mouse._ Line 540.
Where houses thick and sewers annoy the air. a pendent rock. St.By doing deeds of hospitality. with love at strife. 335 JAMES RUSSELL LOWELL: _The Capture of Fugitive Slaves.=
. ix. =Circumstance. =Citizens. 337 DRYDEN: _Cym.: _Ant. 2.= And grasps the skirts of happy chance._ Line 133. and Cleo.= Before man made us citizens.. Sc._ Pt.= A tower'd citadel. lxiii. 333 TENNYSON: _In Memoriam. and Iph._ Act ii.= Love taught him shame. Sc.. 334 SHAKS. or blue promontory With trees upon't.. =Clay. Soon taught the sweet civilities of life. 4. 332 SHAKS.._ Bk. A forked mountain.. =Citadel._ =City._ Act iv. And breasts the blows of circumstance. 14. Line 445. great Nature made us men. and shame. 336 MILTON: _Par. =Civilities. Lost.= As one who long in populous city pent..: _As You Like It.
a melancholy train. =Clergyman. Swells from the vale.Tho' he trip and fall. =Clime._ Line 189.-Though round its breast the rolling clouds are spread. Village._ Line 409._ Pt. Village. =Cleanliness. 338 TENNYSON: _The Princess. vii. A man he was to all the country dear. And still where many a garden flow'r grows wild. Line 308. 339 THOMSON: _Seasons. 341 GOLDSMITH: _Des._ Line 137. And passing rich with forty pounds a year. The village preacher's modest mansion rose.= Forc'd from their homes. Eternal sunshine settles on its head. There.=
. where a few torn shrubs the place disclose. 340 GOLDSMITH: _Des. To traverse climes beyond the western main.= E'en from the body's purity. where once the garden smil'd.. 342 GOLDSMITH: _Traveller.= As some tall cliff that lifts its awful form.= Near yonder copse. and midway leaves the storm. He shall not blind his soul with clay. =Cloak. =Cliff. the mind Receives a secret sympathetic aid. Summer._ Line 1269.
hiding the warm sun._ =Clock. ROSSETTI: _Twilight Calm._ Clouds on the western side Grow gray and grayer.--That fiery west Is paved with smiling faces. they catch and cling To the barren crags of the peaks in the west..
. 1. and mad for rest. =Clothes._ Those clouds are angels' robes._ Act iv. 3. 348 CHARLES KINGSLEY: _Saint's Tragedy._ Act i.= The naked every day he clad When he put on his clothes. 346 HAMLIN GARLAND: _The Clouds. 345 GOLDSMITH: _Elegy on the Death of a Mad Dog.. The wheels of weary life at last stood still. Sc.Itt 's pride that putts the countrye doune.= Circling the mountains the gray clouds go Heavy with storms as a mother with child. 344 DRYDEN: _Oedipus. Sc. Weary with waiting._ =Clouds.= Till like a clock worn out with eating time. Then take thine old cloake about thee. 347 CHRISTINA G. Seeking release from their burden of snow With calm slow motion they cross the wild-Stately and sombre. 343 PERCY: _Take Thy Old Cloak About Thee.
_ Act v. Sc.. call a coach. 78.= The cold in clime are cold in blood._ Canto iv. 350 SHAKS. Harold. 1.: _Richard III. 353 SHAKS.. And in his calling let him nothing call But coach! coach! coach! oh. St.. And when Rome falls--the world.=Coach.= The early village cock Hath twice done salutation to the morn. 351 BYRON: _Don Juan. =Cock-crowing.= "While stands the Coliseum.. Rome shall fall..
." to use a phrase By which such things are settled nowadays._ Canto vi. And I am sick at heart. =Cold. =Coliseum._ Line 1099. 145. Sc. For this relief much thanks: 'tis bitter cold. St.= A "strange coincidence._ Act i. 3.: _Hamlet. Rome shall stand. Sc. and let a coach be call'd.= Go. 3. for a coach.._ Act i. =Coincidence. When falls the Coliseum. And let the man who calleth be the caller. ye gods! 349 CAREY: _Chrononhotonthologos. 352 BYRON: _Giaour. Their love can scarce deserve the name." 354 BYRON: _Ch.
The queen of the world and child of the skies! Thy genius commands thee.= I took it for a faery vision Of some gay creatures of the element. Line 339. =Colors._ Epis. Caesar. Who rush to glory or the grave! 359 CAMPBELL: _Hohenlinden. While ages on ages thy splendors unfold. =Columbia. Like a tall bully.= Columbia. with rapture behold.=Colossus. ye brave.. to glory arise. he doth bestride the narrow world Like a Colossus. 356 MILTON: _Comus. And play i' th' plighted clouds. 357 TIMOTHY DWIGHT: _Columbia.= Why. pointing at the skies. man._ Act i.= Where London's column._ Line 298. and we petty men Walk under his huge legs and peep about To find ourselves dishonorable graves. Sc._
..: _Jul. 2. On. That in the colors of the rainbow live. iii. lifts the head and lies.= The combat deepens. 355 SHAKS. Columbia._ =Column. =Combat. 358 POPE: _Moral Essays.
3. ii.._ Act iv.. 361 SHAKS..= Where wealth and freedom reign contentment fails. 'Tis like a pardon after execution. and from his horrid hair Shakes pestilence and war. that comfort comes too late. 363 YOUNG: _Love of Fame. Line 707. given in time._ Bk. 362 SHAKS. 360 MILTON: _Par. Lost. had cur'd me. And honor sinks where commerce long prevails._ Line 91...=Comet. =Commandments. Line 97. That gentle physic. Sc. =Commerce.
.: _Henry VIII.= O._ Act i. Sc. =Comfort. But now I'm past all comforts here but prayers. my good lord.= Incens'd with indignation Satan stood Unterrify'd. 364 GOLDSMITH: _Traveller.: _2 Henry VI. And hold their farthing candle to the sun._ Satire vii.= How commentators each dark passage shun.. 2. =Commentators. and like a comet burn'd That fires the length of Ophiuchus huge In th' Arctic sky.= Could I come near your beauty with my nails. I'd set my ten commandments in your face.
I mind my compass and my way.. 366 JOHN LOGAN: _To the Cuckoo. or not compassion him?
. =Compass. 36 SHAKS. I'd fly with thee! We'd make with joyful wing Our annual visit o'er the globe. Companions of the spring.= O._ Line 93. of Venice. And once more mingles with us meaner things. St.: _M. heavens! can you hear a good man groan. Save thine "incomparable oil. 365 COWPER: _Charity." Macassar! 368 BYRON: _Don Juan.. 1._ =Comparisons. 'Tis e'en as if an angel shook his wings. we did not see the candle._ Canto i. =Compassion. Sc.= When the moon shone._ Act v. In virtues nothing earthly could surpass her. 369 MATTHEW GREEN: _Spleen. =Companions.= Though pleased to see the dolphins play.= Oh could I fly.= When one that holds communion with the skies Has fill'd his urn where these pure waters rise.=Communion._ Line 435. 17. And not relent. So doth the greater glory dim the less.
=Compensation. 3. 373 MILTON: _Arcades.: _Tw.. But let concealment. Sc. =Compulsion. The shadow'd livery of the burnish'd sun. Sc. Sc. Night. 372 SHAKS.: _Hamlet. I will not complain. For the sunshine shall follow the rain. 371 JOAQUIN MILLER: _For Princess Maud.. 1. =Conceit.: _M. Sc.. 375 SHAKS.
.= Under the storm and the cloud to-day.= Conceit in weakest bodies strongest works._ Act ii.370 SHAKS.: _Titus And._ Act iii. 4. 374 SHAKS. Feed on her damask cheek. Merciful Father.= Such sweet compulsion doth in music lie._ Act iv.._ =Complexion. 1._ Line 68.._ Act ii. of Venice.= She never told her love. And to-day the hard peril and pain-To-morrow the stone shall be rolled away.= Mislike me not for my complexion. =Concealment. like a worm i' the bud. I know that the sunshine shall follow the rain.
all thy sin. Th' unfeeling for his own._ Act iv. =Confidence. Tell all thy sorrows. confound All unity on earth.: _Macbeth.
. And so far will I trust thee..: _Othello. 377 SHAKS. 3. Till we discern the wounds within. 376 SHAKS.= Come. Condemn'd alike to groan.=Conclusion.: _1 Henry IV.= I will believe Thou wilt not utter what thou dost not know._ Act ii. Sc._ =Confession. Uproar the universal peace. =Condemnation.= Pour the sweet milk of concord into hell. =Concord. 380 SHAKS.= But this denoted a foregone conclusion._ Act iii. 3.. Sc. ii._ Pt. 379 CRABBE: _Hall of Justice. Sc. 3.. now again thy woes impart..= To each his suff'rings. all are men. We cannot heal the throbbing heart. 378 GRAY: _On a Distant Prospect of Eton College.-The tender for another's pain.
.= Wherever God erects a house of prayer._ Pt._ Pt. ruthless king! Confusion on thy banners wait! 382 GRAY: _The Bard. Line 995. They mock the air with idle slate. =Conquest. 1. vi.= Though fann'd by Conquest's crimson wing.= Ruin seize thee._ Pt. and the madding wheels Of brazen chariots rag'd. =Congregation. =Confusion. And thus the native hue of resolution Is sicklied o'er with the pale cast of thought. i. 385 GRAY: _The Bard. 1.. With ruin upon ruin. 383 MILTON: _Par. i.
. And 't will be found._ Bk. The Devil always builds a chapel there. upon examination. St. 381 MILTON: _Par. i. St. The latter has the largest congregation. Lost.=Conflict. rout on rout._ Bk. =Conscience.. Line 1. ii. Line 209. 384 DEFOE: _True-Born Englishman... Lost.= Arms on armor clashing bray'd Horrible discord.= Thus conscience does make cowards of us all. dire was the noise Of conflict. Confusion worse confounded.
. at sixteen.= Gineral C. as when we call our old debts in At sixty years. O conscience.
._ Bk. the conscience rarely gnaws So much.: _Ant.. 388 BYRON: _Don Juan. Sc. =Consolation. 386 SHAKS. And lose the name of action. Lost.-He's ben true to _one_ party. 389 SHAKS.: _Hamlet. Line 842. But consistency still wuz a part of his plan. Canst thou not minister to a mind diseas'd. And whipp'd the offending Adam out of him. 391 SHAKS. He's ben on all sides thet give places or pelf. is a dreffle smart man._ No.= Consideration like an angel came. 167._ Act i. and draw the accounts of evil.And enterprises of great pith and moment.._ Act iii. With this regard their currents torn awry._ Canto i. 390 JAMES RUSSELL LOWELL: _Biglow Papers. x. Sc.. But._ Act i. an' thet is himself. Sc. into what abyss of fears And horrors hast thou driven me... Pluck from the memory a rooted sorrow. out of which I find no way. St. and Cleo.: _Henry V. 1.. 2. And find a deuced balance with the devil. =Consideration. 1. =Consistency.= This grief is crowned with consolation. ii. from deep to deeper plung'd! 387 MILTON: _Par.
Sc. =Contemplation. =Consummation. Sc. 2._ Act v._ Pt..--'tis a consummation Devoutly to be wish'd. And. and resting quality There is no fellow in the firmament.
..: _Hamlet._ Act iii. 396 SHAKS.: _Jul. and by a sleep to say we end The heartache and the thousand natural shocks That flesh is heir to. with some sweet oblivious antidote. For softness she and sweet attractive grace.= Conspiracies no sooner should be formed Than executed. Alas! they had been friends in youth. =Conspiracy. Of whose true-fix'd.. Sc. And constancy lives in realms above. But whispering tongues can poison truth. 393 ADDISON: _Cato. 3. 1._ Act iii. Which weighs upon the heart? 392 SHAKS. 395 COLERIDGE: _Christabel. ii. 394 SHAKS. Cleanse the stuff'd bosom of that perilous stuff. =Constancy.. Sc.= To die: to sleep: No more.= I am constant as the northern star.Raze out the written troubles of the brain. 1._ Act i. Caesar.: _Macbeth.= For contemplation he and valor form'd.
This is the charm. 401 HENRY KIRKE WHITE: _Clifton Grove. Sc. by sages often told. =Controversy. Sc._ Act i._ Epis. of Errors. 398 POPE: _Moral Essays._ Epis. 2. Line 194.= Sons and brothers at a strife! What is your quarrel? how began it first? --No quarrel. iv.. Line 297.. Converting all it touches into gold: Content can soothe._ Bk. but a slight contention.. 399 SHAKS._ Act i. ii.= Woman's at best a contradiction still. where'er by fortune placed..397 MILTON: _Par. Lost. 400 SHAKS. Line 270. Can rear a garden in the desert waste.: _Com. Commends me to the thing I cannot get. And most contemptible to shun contempt._ Line 139. =Contention. =Contradiction.: _3 Henry VI. =Contentment. 2.= From no one vice exempt.. i.= He that commends me to mine own content. =Contempt.. and much learned dust
. 402 POPE: _Moral Essays.= Great contest follows.
=Conversation. or short or tall. on Goldsmith's Retal.._ Satire v. Line 57. That shows or makes you both polite and wise.B. And truth disclaiming both. But 't is a task indeed to learn--to hear: In that the skill of conversation lies. whose branches are
. All 's one to her--above her fan She 'd make sweet eyes at Caliban. Line 161. For error and mistake are infinite. She sets a springe to snare them all. 404 YOUNG: _Love of Fame. But truth has but one way to be i' th' right. 406 GARRICK: _Epigr. ALDRICH: _Coquette. =Converts.Involves the combatants._ =Corruption.= Corruption is a tree. 403 COWPER: _Task. 405 BUTLER: _Misc. =Cooks. each claiming truth. 407 T._ Line 113.. Thoughts. iii. but the devil sends cooks.= Heaven sends us good meat._ =Coquette.= More proselytes and converts use t' accrue To false persuasions than the right and true.= A dearth of words a woman need not fear.= Or light or dark._ Bk.
. 1796. Here thou.. Spread like a low-born mist. gifts.. 411 POPE: _R. and avarice creeping on. 410 SHAKS. of the Lock. and man made the town.: _Henry VIII.Of an unmeasurable length: they spread Ev'rywhere. and the dew that drops from thence Hath infected some chairs and stools of authority.=
. i. iii. for be it understood We left our country for our country's good. Line 749. 3 At length corruption. great Anna! whom three realms obey. 413 GEORGE BARRINGTON: _Prologue written for the Opening of the Playhouse at New South Wales.. that health and virtue. What wonder._ Epis. And least be threatened in the fields and groves? 412 COWPER: _Task. You'll find it wholesome. (So long by watchful ministers withstood._ =Courage. 409 POPE: _Moral Essays._ Canto iii. Man's For. Dost sometimes counsel take--and sometimes tea. =Country. and blot the sun. then.. Jan. 16.= Bosom up my counsel. =Counsel._ Act i.. like a general flood._ Bk. should most abound. Sc. Sc.. Line 7.) Shall deluge all._ Act iii.= God made the country. True patriots all. That can alone make sweet the bitter draught That life holds out to all. 1. 408 BEAUMONT AND FLETCHER: _Hon. Line 135.
417 SHAKS. vi. Sc. None of retreat. Sc.: _Macbeth.: _Cymbeline.. Sc.. 416 MILTON..= The caterpillars of the commonwealth. no unbecoming deed That argued fear. 415 SHAKS. _Par. 1. =Court--Courtiers. =Courtesy.: _Macbeth. Sc.What man dare. Approach thou like the rugged Russian bear.: _Richard II.._ Act v. I dare do all that may become a man: Who dares do more is none. Lost. even in common speech. Take any shape but that. Sc. A mere court butterfly. As only in his arm the moment lay Of victory._ Act i._ Act i. 1. I dare. 419 BYRON: _Sardanapalus. Whom I have soon to weed and pluck away. and my firm nerves Shall never tremble. 418 SHAKS.
.. Not a courtier._ Act ii. 3.. No thought of flight. 4. each on himself relied.. That flutters in the pageant of a monarch._ Bk. 414 SHAKS._ Act iii. hath a heart that is not Glad at the thing they scowl at. or th' Hyrcanian tiger. Although they wear their faces to the bent Of the king's looks.= How sweet and gracious. The arm'd Rhinoceros. 7. Line 236.
ii.. that a mighty man. 1.: _Titus And. Should be infused with so foul a spirit! 425 SHAKS. And lay incessant battery to her heart. And with the other pull her home..: _Tam. He that would win his dame must do As love does when he draws his bow. =Cowardice._ Introduction. 423 BUTLER: _Hudibras. Welcome in every clime as breath of flowers.. 424 SHAKS. She is a woman. and so high esteem._ Sonnet xiv. Sc. Sc. 2. 422 SHAKS. Canto i. With one hand thrust the lady from. prayers. therefore may be woo'd.= When workmen strive to do better than well. And gives its owner passport round the globe._ Act ii. and dismay._ =Courtship.= O. 420 JAMES T.= Bring. They do confound their skill in covetousness.-It transmutes aliens into trusting friends.Is that fine sense which men call Courtesy! Wholesome as air and genial as the light. Line 449. 421 SPENSER: _Amoretti and Epithalamion.: _King John.. Sc. vows. of such descent. FIELDS: _Courtesy._ Pt. ruth. therefore.-These engines can the proudest love convert. 2.. therefore may be won. of the S. all the forces that you may. Of such possessions. and sorrow. =Covetousness. She is a woman.
.. Plaints._ Act iv.
Cowards die many times before their deaths.. 429 MILTON: _Lycidas. Sc._ Pt. =Coxcombs. But to an equal for assistance flies. And coxcombs vanquish Berkeley by a grin._ Line 139. Save in the way of kindness. 432 POPE: _Prologue to the Satires._ =Cradle. The man that lays his hand upon a woman. 427 JOHN TOBIN: _Honeymoon.= With cowslips wan that hang the pensive head. Sc. 426 SHAKS. Line 25. And some made coxcombs. 428 CRABBE: Tale iii.: _Jul. 430 POPE: _E. =Cowslips. And every flower that sad embroidery wears.. Line 84. i.. nature meant but fools. 431 JOHN BROWN: _An Essay on Satire.. Some are bewilder'd in the maze of schools._ Act ii._ Act ii. 1. The coward never on himself relies. on Criticism. The valiant never taste of death but once.
. 2._ Line 408.= Me let the tender office long engage To rock the cradle of reposing age. is a wretch Whom 't were gross flattery to name a coward.= So by false learning is good sense defac'd. Caesar.
The heathen Chinee is peculiar.= Between the acting of a dreadful thing And the first motion.= Creation sleeps! 'T is as the general pulse Of life stood still._ Night i._ Act ii.. if our creeds agree? Shall I give up the friend I have valued and tried. If he kneel not before the same altar with me? 436 MOORE: _Come. Line 39._ =Creation. =Credit. and Nature made a pause.= That for ways that are dark And for tricks that are vain. iii. Line 23. 434 YOUNG: _Night Thoughts.=Craftiness. =Creed._ =Crime.= Shall I ask the brave soldier who fights by my side In the cause of mankind. 1. all the interim is Like a phantasma.. or a hideous dream.: _Jul._ Epis. One murder made a villain.
. 433 BRET HARTE: _Plain Language from Truthful James. 435 POPE: _Moral Essays.= Bless paper credit! last and best supply! That lends corruption lighter wings to fly. 437 SHAKS.. Send Round the Wine.-An awful pause! prophetic of her end. Caesar. Sc.
440 POPE: _Temple of Fame.= The moon of Mahomet Arose._ Line 154. To peace and truth thy glorious way hast plough'd. and numbers sanctified the crime. To the Lord General Cromwell. but detractions rude. And fix their own. 443 GRAY: _Elegy.= I am nothing if not critical.= Cromwell._ Line 221. blazoned as on heaven's immortal noon._ Line 37.
. 438 BEILBY PORTEUS: _Death. Princes were privileged To kill. 1. =Cromwell._ St. 19. our chief of men. Sc._ Act ii. 439 SHAKS._ =Cross. Guided by faith and matchless fortitude. Not of war only. and it shall set.= Far from the madding crowd's ignoble strife Their sober wishes never learn'd to stray. who through a cloud.Millions a hero. 441 MILTON: _Sonnets. =Criticism--Critics. that other names deface.: _Othello. =Crowd. in their place. The cross leads generations on.. with labor. Critics I saw. 442 SHELLEY: _Hellas. While.
-Can your lurking thought surprise.... And therefore is wing'd Cupid painted blind.. Heralds high before him run. 1._ Act iii. And put a barren sceptre in my gripe. =Cupid. Dream. Satan was now at hand. an inhuman wretch. Sc._ Pt. of Venice. He spreads his welcome where he goes. Sc. and a cabalist. 447 SHAKS.= A stony adversary. Sc. Love. 1.: _Macbeth.. and Celes. All things wait for and divine him. ii. =Cure.-How shall I dare to malign him? 448 EMERSON: _Daem. i. 1. void and empty From any dram of mercy.= Love looks not with the eyes.=Crown. Uncapable of pity._ Act i. A mystic..=
. He has ushers many a one. but with the mind. Line 666.. Cupid is a casuist. What seem'd his head The likeness of a kingly crown had on. 445 MILTON: _Par.= Upon my head they placed a fruitless crown. 446 SHAKS. 444 SHAKS. N._ Act iv._ Bk.. =Cruelty. Lost. And interpret your device.: _M.: _Mid. And touches all things with his rose.
and sanction of the god. 453 SHAKS._ Canto i.= We must take the current when it serves._ Act iv. 5.= Shakes his ambrosial curls. 449 SIR HENRY TAYLOR: _Philip Van Artevelde. 23. And leaves the world to darkness and to me. 1. Or lose our ventures.: _Jul.= Let this pernicious hour Stand aye accursed in the calendar.= I loathe that low vice. 450 GRAY: _Elegy. 3..= The curfew tolls the knell of parting day. 454 SHAKS. =Curiosity. Act i. Sc.'T is an ill cure For life's worst ills.
. Line 684. Caesar. The ploughman homeward plods his weary way.-The stamp of fate. to have no time to feel them. i. St. Sc.. =Curfew. 451 BYRON: _Don Juan. i..: _Macbeth. =Current._ Pt. The lowing herd winds slowly o'er the lea._ Bk. Sc. curiosity.. =Curls._ St. 452 POPE: _Iliad... =Curses._ Act iv. 1. and gives the nod.
_ Act iii. and dare not. 459 SHAKS. not loud but deep.
==D.. if you have it not.: _Hamlet.= How use doth breed a habit in a man! 457 SHAKS. breath. Sc. Built in th' eclipse.== =Daffadills._ Act v._ Act ii. 460 BYRON: _Giaour. 456 MILTON: _Lycidas. Sc. who all sense doth eat.. Sc. 4 =Cypress. 3._ Line 100. we weep to see
.: _Coriolanus. Sc. custom.= Fair daffadills. Of habits devil. =Custom._ Line 286. 455 SHAKS. Which the poor heart would fain deny._ Act v. The only constant mourner o'er the dead.= Dark tree! still sad when others' grief is fled. 4. in all things should we do 't? 458 SHAKS.: _Macbeth. Assume a virtue... of V. 3.: _Two Gent. and rigg'd with curses dark. That monster. mouth-honor. It was that fatal and perfidious bark..-What custom wills.But in their stead Curses. is angel yet in this. Custom calls me to 't.
Proceeding from the heat-oppressed brain? 462 SHAKS.: _Macbeth. 7. The handle toward my hand?. or art thou but A dagger of the mind._ Act ii. Sc.. She is of such low degree.
. a false creation.= The daisy's cheek is tipp'd with a blush. 461 HERRICK: _To Daffadills._ =Dagger. =Damsel._ =Dancing.= Is this a dagger which I see before me. 1 =Daisy._ =Damnation. 464 POPE: _The Universal Prayer. 465 COLERIDGE: _Kubla Khan.= And deal damnation round the land._ St.= A damsel with a dulcimer In a vision once I saw..You haste away so soon: As yet the early rising sun Has not attained his noon. 463 HOOD: _Flowers. skill'd in gestic lore..= Alike all ages: dames of ancient days Have led their children through the mirthful maze: And the gay grandsire.
Where is the Pyrrhic phalanx gone? 470 BYRON: _Don Juan. Like little mice. when youth and pleasure meet. danger._
. 472 SHAKS.: _1 Henry IV. As if they feared the light.. Sc. 10. But. 3. safety. Out of this nettle. On with the dance! let joy be unconfined! No sleep till morn._ Canto iii._ Come and trip it as you go On the light fantastic toe. Harold. Her feet beneath her petticoat. 473 WORDSWORTH: _Character of the Happy Warrior. we pluck this flower.. 86.Has frisk'd beneath the burden of threescore. 469 BYRON: _Ch.. 22. oh! she dances such a way! No sun upon an Easter-day Is half so fine a sight._ Act ii. 467 SUCKLING: _On a Wedding. St._ Line 251._ Line 33.= He that stands upon a slippery place. You have the Pyrrhic dance as yet._ Act iii. Makes nice of no vile hold to stay him up. 466 GOLDSMITH: _Traveller. 468 MILTON: _L'Allegro. St. =Danger. 4._ Canto iii. Sc. Whom neither shape of danger can dismay. 471 SHAKS. To chase the glowing hours with flying feet. Nor thought of tender happiness betray..: _King John. stole in and out..
479 ABRAHAM COWLEY: _The Waiting Maid.=Dante. Line 649. Thy hand. Too apt before to kill. 'Tis like the pois'ning of a dart.: _Macbeth. lets the curtain fall._ xvii. =Dart. And universal darkness buries all. 477 JOAQUIN MILLER: _From Sea to Sea. 4._ St. and the fall of her hair It has mantled a world. 7 The bravest are the tenderest. Who dares do more is none..-The loving are the daring. iv.= Oh their Dante of the dread Inferno. Wrote one song--and in my brain I sing it.= I dare do all that may become a man.= Lo! darkness bends down like a mother of grief On the limitless plain._ Bk. 474 ROBERT BROWNING: _One Word More._ Act i. 475 SHAKS. great Anarch.= Th' adorning thee with so much art Is but a barb'rous skill.. 478 POPE: _Dunciad. Sc. 476 BAYARD TAYLOR: _The Song of the Camp._
._ =Darkness. =Daring.
=Day._ =Dawn. Araby's daughter! Thus warbled a Peri beneath the dark sea. 484 COLERIDGE: _Death of Wallenstein. 485 BEATTIE: _The Hermit. 481 MOORE: _Lalla Rookh. 1. 2. The worm. And mortals the sweets of forgetfulness prove. 482 SHAKS.= At the close of the day when the hamlet is still. The day begins to break. 480 SHAKS. and night is fled. Whose pitchy mantle over-veil'd the earth. And naught but the nightingale's song in the grove.=Daughter. 483 SHAKS. and the grief Are mine alone! 486 BYRON: _On my Thirty-sixth Year._ Act ii. farewell to thee. When naught but the torrent is heard on the hill..= The morning steals upon the night. Sc. 2. 1._ Act i.: _Hamlet. the canker.._ Act ii. Sc._
. The Fire-Worshippers. Sc.. Melting the darkness. The flowers and fruits of love are gone.: _Tempest.._ Act v.. Sc. Clothing the palpable and familiar With golden exhalations of the dawn._ My days are in the yellow leaf.= Still harping on my daughter.: _1 Henry VI. Farewell. Days.
the ocean storm. 489 SHAKS. Seeing that death. and Jul. and dance. a necessary end. Though death be poor. The earthquake shock.. Kings and mightiest potentates must die. it ends a mortal woe.. Behind her death. 488 SHAKS. x.
. For the first time. Sc. 1. Will come.. And thou art terrible.: _Jul. With banquet song._ Act iv._ Bk. Come when the heart beats high and warm. It seems to me most strange that men should fear. Sc. 5. Line 588. and wine. when it will come.: _Rom.. 492 MILTON: _Par.One of those heavenly days that cannot die. 2. Caesar.= Of all the wonders that I yet have heard. not mounted yet On his pale horse.: _Richard II.. when she feels._ Act ii.. 487 WORDSWORTH: _Nutting. The groan. the knell. Come in consumption's ghastly form. the bier. her first-born's breath. Close following pace for pace. 2._ Act iii. Come to the bridal chamber. the pall. Sc. Death! Come to the mother's. Death lies on her...: _1 Henry VI._ =Death. like an untimely frost Upon the sweetest flower of all the field. And crowded cities wail its stroke. 491 SHAKS. For that's the end of human misery.--the tear. Come when the blessed seals That close the pestilence are broke. Sc. 490 SHAKS. Lost._ Act ii.
_ St. Leaves have their times to fall. 495 MACAULAY: _Lays Anc. So frail a thing is man._ Death rides on every passing breeze. What a strange. Whose portal we call death. delicious amazement is Death. 500 _From the New England Primer. And flowers to wither at the north wind's breath. And cruel death is always near. 496 MRS. HEMANS: _Hour of Death. Our life is but a span._ xxvii. O death. 5.
. This life of mortal breath Is but a suburb of the life elysian. or dream. To every man upon this earth Death cometh soon or late. or fear Of agony are thine. 4. And stars to set--but all. He lurks in every flower. Rome. 499 LONGFELLOW: _Resignation.And all we know. 494 YOUNG: _Night Thoughts._ Death loves a shining mark. 493 FITZ-GREENE HALLECK: _Marco Bozzaris.._ Death is only kind to mortals. 498 EDWIN ARNOLD: _She and He. Horatius._ St. Our days begin with trouble here. 497 SCHILLER: _Complaint of Ceres._ There is no Death! What seems so is transition._ Night v. Thou hast all seasons for thine own. a signal blow. To be without body and breathe without breath. Line 1011.
_ Bk.. =Deceit._ Death in itself is nothing... i. that deceit should steal such gentle shapes. we know not where. 505 MARTIAL: (_Hay_)._ No.
. Sc.501 HEBER: _At a Funeral. 504 DRYDEN: _Aurengzebe._ Act ii. who something hath to pay. 2.= Before decay's effacing fingers Have swept the lines where beauty lingers. 1. Sc. and so I say: He only owes. And Death is beautiful as feet of friend Coming with welcome at our journey's end.. 503 JAMES RUSSELL LOWELL: _To George William Curtis. 3._ Line 68. =Debt.. =Decay. And with a virtuous visor hide deep vice. Line 271. ii. 506 BYRON: _Giaour. 508 SHAKS. How wonderful is Death! Death and his brother Sleep.= You say. xxiv. you nothing owe.: _Richard III. but we fear To be we know not what. 507 POPE: _Odyssey._ St.= Ah. 502 SHELLEY: _Queen Mab._ Act iv. The ruins of himself! now worn away With age. i. yet still majestic in decay.
41. for the good or evil side. 511 BYRON: _English Bards and Scotch Reviewers. As soon Seek roses in December. vii. Canto vii. through merry feasting which he made And great bonfires._
. 17 =December.= If it were done. St.. =Decency. In the strife of Truth with Falsehood. then 't were well It were done quickly. Parts the goats upon the left hand. 512 EARL OF ROSCOMMON: _Essay on Translated Verse_.. Once to every man and nation comes the moment to decide. Line 113. And the choice goes by forever 'twixt that darkness and that light.._ Act i. what a tangled web we weave._ Canto vi. Some great cause.: _Macbeth._ Line 75. and the sheep upon the right._ Bk. =Decision. did not the cold remember. 7. His Saviour's birth his mind so much did glad.= And after him came next the chill December: Yet he.= Immodest words admit of no defence.O. 509 SCOTT: _Marmion. ice in June. When first we practise to deceive.. 510 SPENSER: _Faerie Queene. 513 SHAKS. God's new Messiah. St. offering each the bloom or blight. when 't is done. Sc. 514 JAMES RUSSELL LOWELL: _Present Crisis. For want of decency is want of sense.
._ =Defence. Confusion worse confounded. Line 993.= So may a glory from defect arise. With ruin upon ruin. 515 MILTON: _Par.= Embosom'd in the deep where Holland lies. Line 393._ Act iv. Sc. 517 GOLDSMITH: _Traveller.= What boots it at one gate to make defence. Where the broad ocean leans against the land. Methinks her patient sons before me stand. 519 ROBERT BROWNING: _Deaf and Dumb. but in the rearing of them-The threading in cold blood each mean detail._ Bk.. =Deep. The tyrant's plea.= And with necessity._ Line 282. =Defeat. iv. And at another to let in the foe?
. excus'd his devilish deeds.=Deeds. And furze brake of half-pertinent circumstance-There lies the self-denial. =Defect. ii. 518 MILTON: _Par._ Bk. Lost.= Such a numerous host Fled not in silence through the frighted deep. 3. rout on rout. 516 CHARLES KINGSLEY: _Saint's Tragedy. Lost.. Oh! 't is easy To beget great deeds.
climb. who. 524 SHAKS. with a master hand. were I tied to run a-foot. to Thee my thoughts Continual. hail! To Thee I bend the knee. Sc. source of being! universal soul Of heaven and earth! essential presence.. 522 THOMSON: _Seasons. I would allow him odds.: _Richard III. In our dejection do we sink as low. And meet him. Thus on.. till wisdom is push'd out of life. =Deity._ Night i. 't is madness to defer. 523 WORDSWORTH: _Resolution and Independence.= As high as we have mounted in delight._ Act iv. Be wise to-day. 525 YOUNG: _Night Thoughts. Even to the frozen ridges of the Alps. Next day the fatal precedent will plead.= Delay leads impotent and snail-paced beggary. =Delay.= I do defy him. 4. and a villain: Which to maintain. and I spit at him. Line 390. 521 SHAKS.520 MILTON: _Samson Agonistes. 3._ Line 560.: _Richard II. =Defiance. =Dejection.._ Line 556. Spring. 1.= Hail. Sc.._ Act i..
. Call him a slanderous coward._ St. Hast the great whole into perfection touch'd.
. The curious eye their awkward movement tires. Sc. =Delight. sent To be a moment's ornament. They seem like puppets led about by wires. and public care.= For love of grace._ =Delusion. 526 MILTON: _Par. 4. Some want the striking elegance of ease. Line 300. Deliberation sat..._ Act iii. Lost. =Denmark. Whiles rank corruption.= Deep on his front engraven. mining all within.: _Hamlet.. Infects unseen._ Act i. 4.= She was a phantom of delight When first she gleamed upon my sight.= What's a fine person. or a beauteous face. Lay not that flattering unction to your soul That not your trespass but my madness speaks: It will but skin and film the ulcerous place. 529 SHAKS. =Deportment.= Something is rotten in the State of Denmark. Sc. 528 SHAKS. Unless deportment gives them decent grace? Blest with all other requisites to please. 527 WORDSWORTH: _She was a Phantom of Delight. ii.: _Hamlet._ Bk. A lovely apparition.
530 CHURCHILL: _Rosciad,_ Line 741. =Depravity.= God's love seemed lost upon him. 531 BAILEY: _Festus,_ Sc. _Heaven._ =Depression.= All day the darkness and the cold Upon my heart have lain, Like shadows on the winter sky, Like frost upon the pane. 532 WHITTIER: _On Receiving an Eagle's Quill._ =Desert.= In the cold grave, under the deep, deep sea, Or in the wide desert where no life is found. 533 HOOD. _Sonnet, Silence._ The keenest pangs the wretched find Are rapture to the dreary void, The leafless desert of the mind, The waste of feelings unemployed. 534 BYRON: _Giaour,_ Line 957. =Desire (Love).= It liveth not in fierce desire, With dead desire it doth not die. 535 SCOTT: _Lay of the Last Minstrel,_ Canto v., St. 13. =Desolation.=
Desolate! Life is so dreary and desolate. Women and men in the crowd meet and mingle, Yet with itself every soul standeth single, Deep out of sympathy moaning its moan; Holding and having its brief exultation; Making its lonesome and low lamentation; Fighting its terrible conflicts alone. 536 ALICE CARY: _Life._ =Despair.= Despair defies even despotism; there is That in my heart would make its way thro' hosts With levell'd spears. 537 BYRON: _Two Foscari,_ Act i., Sc. 1. Then black despair, The shadow of a starless night, was thrown Over the world in which I moved alone. 538 SHELLEY: _Revolt of Islam, Dedication,_ St. 6 The strongest and the fiercest spirit That fought in heaven, now fiercer by despair. 539 MILTON: _Par. Lost,_ Bk. ii., Line 44. =Destiny.= That old miracle--Love-at-first-sight-Needs no explanations. The heart reads aright Its destiny sometimes. 540 OWEN MEREDITH: _Lucile,_ Pt. ii., Canto vi., St. 16. Where'er she lie, Locked up from mortal eye, In shady leaves of destiny. 541 RICHARD CRASHAW: _Wishes to his Supposed Mistress._
=Determination.= I'll speak to it, though hell itself should gape, And bid me hold my peace. 542 SHAKS.: _Hamlet,_ Act i., Sc. 2. =Detraction.= Happy are they that hear their detractions, And can put them to mending. 543 SHAKS.: _Much Ado,_ Act ii., Sc. 3. A third interprets motions, looks, and eyes; At every word a reputation dies. 544 POPE: _R. of the Lock,_ Canto iii., Line 15. =Devil.= 'T is the eye of childhood That fears a painted devil. 545 SHAKS.: _Macbeth,_ Act ii., Sc. 2. The devil was sick, the devil a saint would be; The devil was well, the devil a saint was he. 546 RABELAIS: _Works,_ Bk. iv., Ch. xxiv. =Devotion.= As down in the sunless retreats of the ocean Sweet flowers are springing no mortal can see, So deep in my soul the still prayer of devotion Unheard by the world, rises silent to Thee. 517 MOORE: _As Down in the Sunless Retreats._ =Dew.=
What gentle ghost, besprent with April dew, Hails me so solemnly to yonder yew? 548 BEN JONSON: _Elegy on the Lady Jane Pawlet._ =Dial.= True as the dial to the sun, Although it be not shin'd upon. 549 BUTLER: _Hudibras,_ Pt. iii., Canto ii., Line 175. =Difficulty.= It is as hard to come, as for a camel To thread the postern of a needle's eye. 550 SHAKS: _Richard II.,_ Act v., Sc. 5. =Dignity.= Grace was in all her steps, heaven in her eye, In every gesture dignity and love. 551 MILTON: _Par. Lost,_ Bk. viii., Line 488. =Digression.= And there began a lang digression About the lords o' the creation. 552 BURNS: _The Twa Dogs._ =Dinner.= Since Eve ate apples, much depends on dinner. 553 BYRON: _Don Juan,_ Canto xiii., St. 99. =Disappointment.=
Oh! that a dream so sweet, so long enjoy'd, Should be so sadly, cruelly destroy'd! 554 MOORE: _Lalla Rookh, Veiled Prophet of Khorassan._ =Discord.= Discord oft in music makes the sweeter lay. 555 SPENSER: _Faerie Queene,_ Bk. iii., Canto ii., St. 15. From hence, let fierce contending nations know What dire effects from civil discord flow. 556 ADDISON: _Cato,_ Act ii., Sc. 4. =Discourse.= Sure, he that made us with such large discourse, Looking before and after, gave us not That capability and godlike reason To fust in us unused. 557 SHAKS.: _Hamlet,_ Act iv., Sc. 4. =Discretion.= Let's teach ourselves that honorable stop, Not to outsport discretion. 558 SHAKS.: _Othello,_ Act ii., Sc. 3. It shewed discretion, the best part of valor. 559 BEAUMONT AND FLETCHER: _King and No King,_ Act iv., Sc. 3. =Diseases.= Diseases, desperate grown, By desperate appliance are reliev'd, Or not at all.
560 SHAKS.: _Hamlet,_ Act iv., Sc. 3. =Disguise.= 'T is great, 't is manly, to disdain disguise; It shows our spirit, or it proves our strength. 561 YOUNG: _Night Thoughts,_ Night viii., Line 372. =Dislike.= I do not love thee, Doctor Fell, The reason why I cannot tell; But this alone I know full well, I do not love thee, Doctor Fell. 562 TOM BROWN: _Trans. of Martial's Ep. I.,_ 33. =Disobedience.= Of man's first disobedience, and the fruit Of that forbidden tree, whose mortal taste Brought death into the world, and all our woe. 563 MILTON: _Par. Lost,_ Bk. i., Line 1. =Disorder.= You have displac'd the mirth, broke the good meeting, With most admir'd disorder. 564 SHAKS.: _Macbeth,_ Act iii., Sc. 4. =Disposition.= He is of a very melancholy disposition. 565 SHAKS.: _Much Ado,_ Act i., Sc. 1.
=Dispute.= 'T is strange how some men's tempers suit, Like bawd and brandy, with dispute, That for their own opinions stand fast, Only to have them claw'd and canvass'd. 566 BUTLER: _Hudibras,_ Pt. ii., Canto ii., Line 1. =Dissension.= Now join your hands, and with your hands your hearts, That no dissension hinder government. 567 SHAKS.: _3 Henry VI.,_ Act iv., Sc. 6. =Dissimulation.= Away and mock the time with fairest show; False face must hide what the false heart doth know. 568 SHAKS.: _Macbeth,_ Act i., Sc. 7. =Dissolution.= Like the baseless fabric of this vision, The cloud-capp'd towers, the gorgeous palaces, The solemn temples, the great globe itself, Yea, all which it inherit, shall dissolve; And, like this insubstantial pageant faded, Leave not a rack behind. 569 SHAKS.: _Tempest,_ Act iv., Sc. 1. =Distance.= 'T is distance lends enchantment to the view, And robes the mountain in its azure hue. 570 CAMPBELL: _Pl. of Hope,_ Pt. i., Line 7. Sweetest melodies
Are those that are by distance made more sweet. 571 WORDSWORTH: _Personal Talk,_ St. 2. =Distrust.= The saddest thing that can befall a soul Is when it loses faith in God and woman. 572 ALEXANDER SMITH: _A Life Drama,_ Sc. 12. =Divinity.= There's a divinity that shapes our ends, Rough-hew them how we will. 573 SHAKS.: _Hamlet,_ Act v., Sc. 2. =Doctrine.= And prove their doctrine orthodox, By apostolic blows and knocks. 574 BUTLER: _Hudibras,_ Pt. i., Canto i., Line 205. =Dogs.= Ay, in the catalogue ye go for men; As hounds, and greyhounds, mongrels, spaniels, curs, Shoughs, water-rugs, and demi-wolves, are 'clept All by the name of dogs. 575 SHAKS.: _Macbeth,_ Act iii., Sc. 1. =Dominion.= Here we may reign secure, and in my choice To reign is worth ambition, though in Hell: Better to reign in Hell, than serve in Heaven. 576 MILTON: _Par. Lost,_ Bk. i., Line 261.
=Doom.= What, will the line stretch out to the crack of doom? 577 SHAKS.: _Macbeth,_ Act iv., Sc. 1. =Doubt.= Modest doubt is call'd The beacon of the wise, the tent that searches To the bottom of the worst. 578 SHAKS.: _Troil. and Cress.,_ Act ii., Sc. 2. Our doubts are traitors, And make us lose the good we oft might win, By fearing to attempt. 579 SHAKS.: _M. for M.,_ Act i., Sc. 5. =Drama.= The drama's laws the drama's patrons give, For we that live to please, must please to live. 580 DR. JOHNSON: _Pro. On Opening Drury Lane Theatre._ =Dreams.= I talk of dreams Which are the children of an idle brain, Begot of nothing but vain fantasy; Which is as thin of substance as the air; And more inconstant than the wind. 581 SHAKS.: _Rom. and Jul.,_ Act i., Sc. 4. Dreams in their development have breath, And tears, and tortures, and the touch of joy. 582 BYRON: _Dream,_ St. 1.
Give him strong drink until he wink. 583 HOOD: _The Haunted House. In short.. Yet others of our most romantic schemes Are something more than fictions. cxxvii. and be quiet. revel and applause. to steal away their brains! that we Should. That's prest wi' grief an' care. and woe. Unnatural and full of contradictions. ii. That's sinking in despair. that men should put an enemy in Their mouths. 3. till household joys And comforts cease.= Oh. An' liquor guid to fire his bluid. Line 614. 585 LADY M. Dress drains our cellar dry. =Drink--Drinking--Drunkenness. puts out our fires. =Dress. frost. Sc._ Like glimpses of forgotten dreams.
. and sober in your diet.. And keeps our larder lean.Some dreams we have are nothing else but dreams. 586 COWPER: _Task.: _Othello. MONTAGU: _A Summary of Lord Lyttelton's Advice. Transform ourselves into beasts! 587 SHAKS._ Bk. 584 TENNYSON: _The Two Voices._ We sacrifice to dress._ St. my deary. An' minds his griefs no more.= Be plain in dress. kiss me. There let him house and deep carouse. Till he forgets his loves or debts. with joy.W. Where peace and hospitality might reign._ Act ii. Wi' bumpers flowing o'er. pleasance. And introduces hunger.
Who sleeps on brambles till he kills his man.= Dweller in yon dungeon dark.= How much a dunce. who art victory and law
. The long majestic march. of Error. Provokes a broil. that has been kept at home. Line 267._ Line 415._ =Dunce. with new commission vain. and energy divine. a rod To check the erring._ =Dryden. Oswald.. reeling from a feast. Some frolic drunkard.= Waller was smooth. but Dryden taught to join The varying verse. mark! 592 BURNS: _Ode on Mrs. 589 POPE: Satire v.= Some fiery fop. and reprove. that has been sent to roam.= Stern Daughter of the Voice of God! O Duty! if that name thou love Who art a light to guide. Hangman of creation. the full resounding line. JOHNSON: _London._ =Duty. =Dungeon. and stabs you for a jest. 591 COWPER: _Prog. =Duelling.588 BURNS: _Scotch Drink. Excels a dunce. Thou. 590 DR.
Sighing through all her works._ Line 826._ Line 1060. From vain temptations dost set free.._ Bk. 596 SHELLEY: _Hellas. stretch'd upon the plain. 594 BYRON: _English Bards and Scotch Reviewers. 598 BEAUMONT AND FLETCHER: _Maid's Tragedy.= So the struck eagle.When empty terrors overawe. And wing'd the shaft that quiver'd in his heart._ Line 120. And calm'st the weary strife of frail humanity! 593 WORDSWORTH: _Ode to Duty.. gave signs of woe That all was lost. ix. Sc.= Where more is meant than meets the ear.= The earth doth like a snake renew Her winter weeds outworn.== =Eagle. View'd his own feather on the fatal dart. 2. gentle earth. =Ear. Lost._ Act i. 597 MILTON: _Par. =Earth.
==E. Line 782. Earth felt the wound. Upon my burned body lie lightly. No more through rolling clouds to soar again. 595 MILTON: _Il Penseroso. and Nature from her seat.
600 MILTON: _Par. 604 BURNS: _Grace before Meat._ Bk.: _Com.= Unquiet meals make ill digestions. as His death calcined thee to dust. iv.= An hour before the worshipp'd sun Peered forth the golden window of the east. 1. and. and Jul. But we hae meat.. of Errors. Who takes thee by the hand. and we can eat.. Sc. 599 COLERIDGE: _Hymn in the Vale of Chamouni._
. as violent and void. thy Lord is risen.. 1. Some hae meat and canna eat. much more._ Act v._ =Eating.= Rise._ Act i. His life may make thee gold.: _Rom._ =Ease._ _Easter. =Easter. Sae let the Lord be thankit. 601 SHAKS. 602 HERBERT: _The Church..= Ease would recant Vows made in pain. Sc.Earth with her thousand voices praises God. Line 96. Sing His praise Without delays. that thou likewise With Him mayst rise: That. And some would eat that want it. 603 SHAKS. just. Lost. heart. =East.
and could make the worse appear
. i._ Pt. And grow for ever and for ever.= The sun. xii.. =Education. . in yon rich sky._ Line 439. Line 645. 608 MILTON: _Par. 609 POPE: _Moral Essays. =Eloquence. Line 597._ =Eclipse. =Eden. They faint on hill or field or river: Our echoes roll from soul to soul._ Bk..= They hand in hand.= His tongue Dropt manna. Through Eden took their solitary way. disastrous twilight sheds On half the nations.=Echo. and with fear of change Perplexes monarchs.. iii._ Epis. O love._ Bk. 606 TENNYSON: _The Princess. Just as the twig is bent. the tree's inclin'd. 607 MILTON: _Par. i. Line 149.= 'Tis education forms the common mind. In dim eclipse.. _Song. Lost. with wand'ring steps and slow. 605 EMERSON: _May-Day.. Lost..= Echo waits with art and care And will the faults of song repair. they die.
. 45. and end to all things. 612 BYRON: _Ch.--God. Must look down on the hate of those below. 611 JAMES RUSSELL LOWELL: _A Fable for Critics.. that end Beginning. mean. Who longest can hold out at starving.The better reason._ Bk. Line 113. 614 BAILEY: _Festus.
. 12. to perplex and dash Maturest counsels._ Canto iii. He who surpasses or subdues mankind.= There comes Emerson first._ Sc. Harold. Are like gold nails in temples to hang trophies on. _A Country Town. and cold? And he's approv'd the most deserving.= He who ascends to mountain tops shall find The loftiest peaks most wrapp'd in clouds and snow._ St.= Life's but a means unto an end. Lost. every one. 610 MILTON: _Par. =Emerson. St. whose rich words._ =Endurance.= Hands that the rod of empire might have sway'd. =Empire._ =Eminence. Or waked to ecstasy the living lyre.= 'Tis not now who's stout and bold? But who bears hunger best. ii. 613 GRAY: _Elegy. =End.
_ =Enmity.: _Henry V. 617 SHAKS. raise.. Line 353. =England. not envy. =Envy. tear her tattered ensign down! Long has it waved on high.615 BUTLER: _Hudibras._ Pt._ Act ii.. _Chorus. and desire all good men's love.._ Canto xiii. 1. Canto iii..= 'Tis death to me to be at enmity..._ Act i._ =Enthusiasm. Sc. 619 BYRON: _Don Juan. Line 35. And many an eye has danced to see That banner in the sky. Fable 44. that honor would thee do. Like little body with a mighty heart.= Rash enthusiasm. Were all thy children kind and natural! 616 SHAKS. =Ensign. 618 OLIVER WENDELL HOLMES: _Old Ironside.= Fools may our scorn.-What mightst thou do. 620 GAY: _Fables.: _Richard III.= O England!--model to thy inward greatness. For envy is a kind of praise. I hate it.. i._ Pt.
. in good society Were nothing but a moral inebriety. iii.= Ay..
= Shall Error in the round of time Still father Truth? 626
. And hates that excellence it cannot reach._ Pt. 622 THOMSON: _Seasons. But._ =Equality. proves the substance true. Nor any misses. Here lies what once was Matthew Prior.C. And Melancholy mark'd him for her own. ii.= The trickling rain doth fall Upon us one and all. A youth to fortune and to fame unknown.Envy will merit. The south wind kisses The saucy milkmaid's cheek. 621 POPE: _E._ Here rests his head. =Epitaphs. Base envy withers at another's joy. =Error.. pursue. Fair Science frown'd not on his humble birth. 624 GRAY: _Elegy._ St. STEDMAN: _A Madrigal. 3. Line 266. Epitaph. as its shade.= Nobles and heralds. Spring. on Criticism. Extempore. 625 E. upon the lap of earth._ Line 284. by your leave. The son of Adam and of Eve: Can Bourbon or Nassau claim higher? 623 PRIOR: _Ep. The nun's demure and meek. like a shadow.
= Better fifty years of Europe than a cycle of Cathay._ Line 184._ The sun is set. the swallows are asleep. 632 LONGFELLOW: _The Day is Done. The bats are flitting fast in the gray air. 628 MILTON: _Par.. writhes with pain. Eternity! thou pleasing.
. Sc. And dies among his worshippers. whose end no eye can reach. Line 555._ Act v.. iv. =Eve.= Adam the goodliest man of men since born His sons._ Bk. and the darkness Falls from the wings of Night._ But Error._ Bk... xii. =Europe. 630 TENNYSON: _Locksley Hall. =Evening. 627 WILLIAM CULLEN BRYANT: _The Battle-Field.TENNYSON: _Love and Duty. wounded. Eve. dreadful thought! 629 ADDISON: _Cato. As a feather is wafted downward From an eagle in his flight. the fairest of her daughters. 1. Eternity. Lost._ =Eternity. 631 MILTON: _Par. Line 323. Lost.= Beyond is all abyss.= The day is done.
And feeds the green earth with its swift decay.The slow soft toads out of damp corners creep._ Bk. To throw a perfume on the violet. 635 JAMES RUSSELL LOWELL: _Prometheus. 638
. or add another hue Unto the rainbow. farewell fear! Farewell remorse! all good to me is lost.= To gild refined gold. By his life alone. To smooth the ice. wandering here and there Over the quivering surface of the stream._ Act iii. 637 WHITTIER: _The Pennsylvania Pilgrim._ =Example. Leaving it richer for the growth of truth.= Farewell hope! and with hope. or with taper-light To seek the beauteous eye of Heaven to garnish. Lost. Evil springs up. iv. 2. and bears no seed.: _Jul. be thou my good. And evening's breath. Gracious and sweet. and flowers. 636 SHAKS. The good is oft interred with their bones.. the better way was shown. Sc._ =Evil. by thee at least Divided empire with heaven's king I hold.= The evil that men do lives after them. Is wasteful and ridiculous excess. to paint the lily.._ =Excess. Evil. Line 108. Wakes not one ripple from its silent dream. 633 SHELLEY: _Evening. Caesar. 634 MILTON: _Par.
. To traverse climes beyond the Western main.= Two of the fairest stars in all the heaven.._ Epis. 643 POPE: _Moral Essays. Forc'd from their homes. Heaven were not heaven if we knew what it were. And perfected by the swift course of time. 3. 641 SHAKS. Extremes in man concur to general use.SHAKS. 642 GAY._ Pt._ =Extremes.._ Act i.: _Two Gent. Line 161. iii. And long experience made him sage. _Fables._ Act iv.: _King John.= Experience is by industry achieved._ Line 407. and the blushing maid. =Eyes. =Expectation. 2. 640 SUCKLING: _Against Fruition. =Exile. His head was silver'd o'er with age. Sc. a melancholy train. Having some business. do entreat her eyes
. The modest matron. of V..= Beheld the duteous son. _The Shepherd and the Philosopher.= 'Tis expectation makes a blessing dear._ =Experience.= Extremes in nature equal good produce. the sire decayed. Sc. i. 639 GOLDSMITH: _Traveller..
_ These poor eyes. BROWNING: _Catarina to Camoens..==
. The bright black eye._ Pt. True eyes Too pure and too honest in aught to disguise The sweet soul shining thro' them. Harold. Black eyes. I ween.. 3. and Jul.
==F. 651 BYRON: _Ch. St. Canto ii.. 1. And all went merry as a marriage bell." 650 MRS. 2. Half meek and compliant. ii. xxxii._ Act ii. 648 TENNYSON: _In Memoriam. "Sweetest eyes were ever seen. St._ Soul-deep eyes of darkest night. witching charm To bring us good or to work us harm. iv._ Canto iii.: _Rom.. 645 OWEN MEREDITH: _Lucile. 21.. Her eyes are homes of silent prayer. the melting blue.. Sc. St. 646 PHOEBE CARY: _Doves' Eyes. There are eyes half defiant._ Pt._ Pt.-I cannot choose between the two. 647 JOAQUIN MILLER: _Californian. you called. 644 SHAKS._ Soft eyes look'd love to eyes which spake again. 649 OLIVER WENDELL HOLMES: _The Dilemma.To twinkle in their spheres till they return. with a wondrous.
where men May read strange matters.._ Bk. and yet fair In that she never studied to be fairer Than Nature made her.= Anon out of the earth a fabric huge Rose. As if _her_ merit lessen'd _yours_? 655 MOORE: _The Farmer. But instantly your forehead lowers. 653 SHAKS. 652 MILTON: _Par. Her virtues were so rare. Line 710._ Act i. the Spaniel. my Thane. 654 LONGFELLOW: _Michael Angelo..=Fabric.: _Macbeth. 658 GEORGE CHAPMAN: _All Fools. beauty cost her nothing._ Pt. ii. 657 SHAKS.= Your face. Sc. And to her virtues be a friend. and the Cat. Sc. is as a book._ Act i._ Act i. Sc.: _Macbeth. and foul is fair._ Fable ix. Behind a frowning providence He hides a shining face. Exceeding fair she was not. =Face. like an exhalation.= Fair is foul. 5.. 1._ =Fair.. The light upon her face Shines from the windows of another world. 1. i. Can't I another's face commend.. 656 COWPER: _Light Shining out of Darkness. Lost.
. 6. Saints only have such faces.
and elvish sprites. 664 BUNYAN: _The Author's Way of Sending forth his Second Part of the Pilgrim. Sc._ Act ii. 662 WORDSWORTH: _Weak is the Will of Man.=Fairies. 660 HANNAH MORE: _Dan and Jane. 661 TENNYSON: _In Memoriam. 1. Line 303._ Pt.. I see That faith is not a living tree._ Pt.= As false
. needs fear no fall. =Fall. O spite of spites. And do not shrink from sorrow's keenest wind._ For modes of faith let graceless zealots fight. has centre everywhere. 659 SHAKS._ Epis.= He that is down.= If faith produce no works.. and round the sufferer's temples bind Wreaths that endure affliction's heaviest shower. His can't be wrong whose life is in the right. owls. 663 POPE: _Essay on Man. We talk with goblins. 'Tis hers to pluck the amaranthine flower Of faith. xxxiii.: _Com. 2. =Falsity. Nor cares to fix itself to form. of Errors. ii.= This is the fairy land. iii.. =Faith._ Whose faith. St.
_ Epis. Pard to the hind.As air._ Line 971. Line 281. Bears greatest names in his wild aery flight._ Act i. one black. 667 MILTON: _Samson Agonistes. the other white. See Cromwell. as wind. 666 SHAKS..: _Love's L. if not double-faced.= Let fame. or stepdame to her son. Ah! who can tell how hard it is to climb The steep where Fame's proud temple shines afar? 670 BEATTIE: _Minstrel. St._ Bk. There was a morning when I longed for fame._ Act iii. iv. Sc.. 668 POPE: _Essay on Man. damn'd to everlasting fame! 671 POPE: _Essay on Man. 1. even before our death. There was a noontide when I passed it by. Live register'd upon our brazen tombs. Fame. that all hunt after in their lives. as wolf to heifer's calf. 665 SHAKS. as water.. Line 237. A thing beyond us._ Epis. i. And with contrary blast proclaims most deeds: On both his wings. and Cress. Sc. iv. As fox to lamb. 2. 1. There is an evening when I think not shame Its substance and its being to deny. Or ravish'd with the whistling of a name. 81.... =Family.=
. 669 JEAN INGELOW: _The Star's Monument. =Fame.: _Troil. is double-mouthed. What's fame? a fancied life in others' breath. Lost. as sandy earth._ St.
. It is engendered in the eyes.. 673 SHAKS.-Why. Sc. Or in the heart. and hath been: A sound which makes us linger. 676 MARY CLEMMER: _Farewell._ Farewell! a word that must be. and chide. With gazing fed: and fancy dies In the cradle where it lies._ Song xvii.._ Act v.: _M. sometime they will know. Sc. she's divine. _Song. or in the head? How begot.= Famine is in thy cheeks.= Farewell! Farewell! Through keen delights It strikes two hearts. reply. where is fancy bred. 2.Birds in their little nest agree.= Tell me. how nourished? Reply. of Venice. =Fancy. 186. and fight. And 'tis a shameful sight When children of one family Fall out. Harold. and Jul. She's lovely._ She's all my fancy painted her.: _Rom. Through every joy of life it smites. this word of woe.--yet--farewell! 677 BYRON: _Ch. 1._ =Farewell. 674 SHAKS.. 672 WATTS: _Divine Songs. 675 WILLIAM MEE: _Alice Gray. =Famine._ Act iii._ Canto iv. St..
and. 3.= The fashion wears out more apparel than the man..
... It boots not to resist both wind and tide. 2._ St.= What fates impose. vii. In every clime adored. 678 SHAKS. as fate has willed._ Bk._ Act iii. =Fate. By saint. 679 SHAKS. 681 ROBERT BROWNING: _Agamemnon. Things are where things are. monarchs must obey.: _Much Ado. 684 SHAKS. And when fate summons. Sc._ Line 1..= It is a wise father that knows his own child. 680 DRYDEN: _MacFlecknoe._ Act iv._ Act ii. So shall they be fulfilled. Father of all! in every age. For fate has wove the thread of life with pain.: _M. 3. Line 263. And twins ev'n from the birth are misery and man! 688 POPE: _Odyssey. that men must needs abide. Sc. 3.: _3 Henry VI. by savage. Sc.=Fashion. 682 POPE: _The Universal Prayer. All human things are subject to decay. and by sage._ And binding Nature fast in fate. Left free the human will. of Venice. =Father..
689 SHAKS. And yet are steep'd in favors. 4. 2. =Favor.= Why. and find nothing. Many dream not to find._ Act v. 688 WALTER SAVAGE LANDOR: _The Last Fruit of an Old Tree. A fault which needs it most. what should be the fear? I do not set my life at a pin's fee.= Poor wretches._ Act iii. =Fear. 687 HERBERT: _The Church Porch. 685 POPE: _The Universal Prayer. 2.: _Hamlet. for M._ In vain my faults ye quote..
. =Fault--Faults. Where thrift may follow fawning. neither deserve. Sc.Jehovah.= And crook the pregnant hinges of the knee. Sc.. 690 SHAKS.= Condemn the fault.. But. dream as I have done. Wake. I swerve. Dare to be true: nothing can need a lie. that depend On greatness' favor. =Fawning._ Act ii.: _Cymbeline. and not the actor of it? 686 SHAKS. I write as others wrote On Sunium's hight. or Lord.: _M. alas. Sc. grows two thereby. Jove. 1.._ St._ Epigram cvi.
=February. While the slant sun of February pours Into the bowers a flood of light. to a Young Friend. and blasphemes his feeder. The fear o' hell's a hangman's whip To hand the wretch in order. Desponding fear. 695 GOLDSMITH: _Traveller. 697
. 2._ Line 776. Sc.: _1 Henry VI. 694 BURNS: _Ep. Of all base passions fear is most accurs'd. Sc.= Come when the rains Have glazed the snow and clothed the trees with ice.= Blest be those feasts with simple plenty crown'd._ Act i.: _Hamlet. for my soul. Being a thing immortal as itself? 691 SHAKS._ Act v. Or sigh with pity at some mournful tale. But where ye feel your honor grip._ Line 286. 696 MILTON: _Comus. Spring. Where all the ruddy family around Laugh at the jests or pranks that never fail. 693 THOMSON: _Seasons. 692 SHAKS.. loosens ev'ry power. 4. Weak and unmanly.._ =Feasting. Swinish gluttony Ne'er looks to heav'n amidst his gorgeous feast.And. Let that aye be your border. what can it do to that. But with besotted base ingratitude Crams.._ Line 17. of feeble fancies full.
=Female. fickle.WILLIAM COLLEN BRYANT: _A Winter Piece. =Feet. Fantastic. 701 MILTON: _Samson Agonistes. =Fickleness.-Female of sex it seems. Upon Her Feet. and then._ =Fellow. Those who would make us feel. As if they played at bo-peep. Did soon draw in again. 702
. There is no living with thee.= But spite of all the criticising elves. And fickle as a changeful dream. whether grave or mellow. 698 CHURCHILL: _Rosciad. fierce. Hast so much wit and mirth and spleen about thee. nor without thee. must feel themselves. 700 ADDISON: _Spectator.= But who is this. Thou 'rt such a touchy. and vain! Vain as the leaf upon the stream.= Like snails did creep her pretty feet A little out.= Who o'er the herd would wish to reign._ Line 961._ Line 710._ =Feeling. what thing of sea or land.= In all thy humors. testy. pleasant fellow._ No. 68. 699 HERRICK: _Aph.
thy country. 706 HENRY VAUGHAN: _Rules and Lessons.SCOTT: _Lady of the Lake.= Like one that on a lonesome road Doth walk in fear and dread. St. To God. Because he knows a frightful fiend Doth close behind him tread. But truth herself. and I will follow thee To the last gasp.._ Line 291.. =Fiction. Must have some solemn proof to pass her down. And having once turned round walks on. Shoulder'd his crutch.= When fiction rises pleasing to the eye.= Wept o'er his wounds. 3. =Fields. Village. 703 CHURCHILL: _Epis. by fairy fiction drest. Men will believe. with truth and loyalty. because they love the lie. 704 GRAY: _The Bard. 10._ =Fiend. and thy friend be true. 8. if clouded with a frown. And truth severe.: _As You Like It. =Fidelity. And turns no more his head. or tales of sorrow done. 3. to Hogarth. St._ Canto v._ Pt. 707 GOLDSMITH: _Des. iii.= Master._ Act ii. and show'd how fields were won.. go on._ St. 705 SHAKS. Sc. 708
Periods of time._ Pt. till from my bones my flesh be hack'd.. =Fighting.
. v. But he who is in battle slain Can never rise and fight again. With all the blue ethereal sky. And spangled heavens. 710 GOLDSMITH: _Art of Poetry. 3.= Now glow'd the firmament With living sapphires.: _Macbeth. iv. 711 MILTON: _Par._ Bk._ Act v. a shining frame. thence hurried back to fire. Sc.= I'll fight. =Firmament._ =Fire. and frozen round. May live to fight another day.= Flag of the free heart's hope and home! By angel hands to valor given. He who fights and runs away. Their great Original proclaim. Lost. and there to pine..= From beds of raging fire to starve in ice Their soft ethereal warmth._ =Flag. ii.. Line 592. 713 ADDISON: _Ode. Lost. 712 MILTON: _Par._ Bk. 709 SHAKS. Immovable. infix'd. The spacious firmament on high.COLERIDGE: _The Ancient Mariner. Line 598.
Th' unconquerable mind. Yet. Can honor's voice provoke the silent dust.Thy stars have lit the welkin dome._ St. 'Tis an old maxim in the schools. 2. approve me. 719 SWIFT: _Cadenus and Vanessa._ Act iv. task me to my word.= Glory pursue. Nay. and freedom's holy flame. but a braver place In my heart's love._ =Flame. ii. That flattery 's the food of fools.. now and then. of Poesy. St._ The meteor flag of England Shall yet terrific burn. lord.. Line 10. 714 JOSEPH RODMAN DRAKE: _The American Flag. 11. The flame that lit the battle's wreck Shone round him o'er the dead.
.. And all thy hues were born in heaven. 718 SHAKS. hath no man than yourself. Sc. 716 GRAY: _Prog.: _1 Henry IV. Till danger's troubled night depart. 717 HEMANS: _Casablanca._ =Flattery. 715 CAMPBELL: _Mariners of England. and gen'rous shame. 1._ Line 755. your men of wit Will condescend to take a bit.= By heav'n I cannot flatter: I do defy The tongues of soothers._ Pt. Or flatt'ry soothe the dull cold ear of death? 720 GRAY: _Elegy. And the star of peace return.
=Flirtation._ Act v. A Rhapsody.= Oh. Still a love-lorn heart pursuing. And these have smaller still to bite 'em. 725
._ =Flood. now Leap in with me into this angry flood.= The gentle race of flowers Are lying in their lowly beds. And swim to yonder point? 724 SHAKS._ Act i. Caesar.. Thaw and resolve itself into a dew! 722 SHAKS. or cease to woo._ =Flesh. Sc. Cassius. And so proceed _ad infinitum.: _Jul. Read you not the wrong you're doing.: _Hamlet.= Never wedding. a flea Has smaller fleas that on him prey. In my cheek's pale hue? All my life with sorrow strewing. 723 CAMPBELL: _Maid's Remonstrance. Sc. 2.=Flea. Wed. ever wooing. 1. naturalists observe.. =Flowers. that this too too solid flesh would melt.= So.= Darest thou._ 721 SWIFT: _Poetry.
G. the erect. Fable 44.= Fools. St. 21. thy wrath can send. Where lives the man that has not tried How mirth can into folly glide._ =Folly. And they tell in a garland their loves and cares. to talking ever prone. i._ Flowers preach to us if we will hear. 726 CHRIS. Each blossom that blooms in their garden bowers On its leaves a mystic language bears. save._ =Foe. PERCIVAL: _Language of the Flowers. Line 15._ Pt. 728 COLERIDGE: _Hymn in the Vale of Chamouni.G._ Ye living flowers that skirt the eternal frost.. And folly into sin! 732 SCOTT: _Bridal of Triermain.--perhaps may turn his blow! But of all plagues. good Heaven. Are sure to make their follies known.
. ii. 731 POPE: _Moral Essays.= Give me the avowed. Bold I can meet. the manly foe. If folly grow romantic. 730 GAY: _Fables. Save. ROSSETTI: _Consider the Lilies of the Field.WILLIAM CULLEN BRYANT: _Death of the Flowers. 727 J. oh save me from the _candid friend_! 729 GEORGE CANNING: _New Morality._ Epis. I must paint it.. or saint it.._ In Eastern lands they talk in flowers. Whether the charmer sinner it._ Canto i.
= Fools are my theme. =Footprints._ For fools rush in where angels fear to tread. And ever since the Conquest have been fools. 736 EARL OF ROCHESTER: _Artemisia in the Town to Chloe in the Country. let satire be my song._ Ch. iii. Since call'd The Paradise of Fools._ Pt.When lovely woman stoops to folly. Lost. 734 BYRON: _English Bards and Scotch Reviewers. Line 66.. And departing. on Criticism. And finds too late that men betray. 738 LONGFELLOW: _A Psalm of Life. leave behind us Footprints on the sands of time. To pity. 737 POPE: _E. xxiv. What charm can soothe her melancholy? What art can wash her guilt away? 733 GOLDSMITH: _The Hermit. 735 MILTON: _Par. iii.= Lives of great men all remind us We can make our lives sublime._ Line 6._ =Forbearance. =Fools._ Bk. to few unknown.= The kindest and the happiest pair Will find occasion to forbear. Line 495. and perhaps forgive. And something.. every day they live. 739
. =Forest.H. do we come From God. be with us yet.= Not in entire forgetfulness. and they make us strong. Such wonderful balms to them belong: So._ Bk. known of old-Lord of our far-flung battle line-Beneath whose awful hand we hold Dominion over palm and pine-Lord God of Hosts. And not in utter nakedness. i. living or dying. who is our home. 741 R. They give us peace..= Summer or winter. The woods are an ever-new delight._ =Force. 742 LONGFELLOW: _Evangeline. Line 648.= Who overcomes By force. Lest we forget--lest we forget. Lost. 744 RUDYARD KIPLING: _Recessional. =Forgetfulness. hath overcome but half his foe._ Introduction. 743 WORDSWORTH: _Intimations of Immortality. I'll take mine ease Under the trees. under the trees. day or night. STODDARD: _Under the Trees._ This is the forest primeval. But trailing clouds of glory.COWPER: _Mutual Forbearance._ God of our fathers. 740 MILTON: _Par.
ii. Sc._ Line 1127. They who forgive most shall be most forgiven. or else a feast._ Act ii.= She was a form of life and light That seen._ Sc.= True fortitude is seen in great exploits That justice warrants. The morning-star of memory! 748 BYRON: _Giaour.. and enjoy it not.-Such as are the poor in health._ Prologue._ Good.= Will fortune never come with both hands full. and that wisdom guides._ Act iv. on Criticism.. 750 SHAKS. 4. But write her fair words still in foulest letters? She either gives a stomach. became a part of sight. 746 BAILEY: _Festus.
. 745 POPE: _E. to forgive divine.. That have abundance. where'er I turn'd mine eye. 1. Sc._ Pt. Line 324. to forgive. And takes away the stomach. =Form.=Forgiveness. _Home. Best to forget! 747 ROBERT BROWNING: _La Saisiaz. To err is human. =Fortitude. And rose. and no food.: _2 Henry IV. 749 ADDISON: _Cato.. =Fortune.--such are the rich. All else is tow'ring frenzy and distraction.= Good nature and good sense must ever join.
_ =Frailty. In them. our safety lies... 7. And when we meet a mutual heart. Sc. Sc. I ween. Forever. 751 BYRON: _Mar.: _3 Henry VI. Fetters of friendship and ties of flowers. thy name is Woman! 753 SHAKS. Who chants a doleful hymn to his own death.. And with their helps only defend ourselves. Come in between and bid us part? 752 THOMSON: _Song._ Act v. 2.. And from the organ-pipe of frailty sings His soul and body to their lasting rest. Sc. the fault was mine to hope Her former smiles again at this late hour. Faliero.= There are bonds of all sorts in this world of ours. Let us be back'd with God. Fortune.
. Which he hath given for fence impregnable.: _Hamlet. I am the cygnet to this pale faint swan.Fortune is female: from my youth her favors Were not withheld. 1. 1. And true-lovers' knots. =Fraternity.= 'Tis better using France. and in ourselves._ Act v. =France. 754 SHAKS. Sc. The girl and the boy are bound by a kiss._ Act i. 755 SHAKS. than trusting France.._ Act iv.: _King John. and with the seas. wilt thou prove An unrelenting foe to love.= Frailty.
. and one the sword. And fend you with his wing.= We must be free or die. thy brow. with light and delicate limbs. A bearded man." 760 WHITTIER: _The Watchers. is scarred With tokens of old wars. 758 WILLIAM CULLEN BRYANT: _Antiquity of Freedom.--his name is Freedom. 759 EMERSON: _Boston Hymn. And wavy tresses gushing from the cap With which the Roman master crowned his slave When he took off the gyves. Glorious in beauty though it be. one mailed hand Grasps the broad shield._ =Freedom. art thou. 757 WORDSWORTH: _Sonnet. old friend. Armed to the teeth. 756 CHARLES G. We have drunk from the same canteen. He shall cut pathways east and west._ Oh. It is not to be thought of._ When Freedom from her mountain-height Unfurled her standard to the air.But there 's never a bond. 761 JOSEPH RODMAN DRAKE: _The American Flag._ My angel. She tore the azure robe of night.-Choose him to be your king. A fair young girl. HALPINE ("MILES O'REILLY"): _The Canteen. the faith and morals hold Which Milton held. And set the stars of glory there._ Then Freedom sternly said: "I shun No strife nor pang beneath the sun. as poets dream. etc. FREEDOM! thou art not. who speak the tongue That Shakespeare spake. like this. When human rights are staked and won.
2. 769 WORDSWORTH: _To a Child._ Bk. or leagues of pleasure.. Grapple them to thy soul with hoops of steel. Two friends. But do not dull thy palm with entertainment Of each new-hatch'd unfledged comrade. The friends thou hast. Oh... be my friend.: _Hamlet. two bodies with one soul inspir'd._ Act i. 3. Small service is true service while it lasts. innocent. Of humblest friends. by the shadow that it casts.= I count myself in nothing else so happy. Sc. xvi. 767 POPE: _Iliad. Officious.=Freeman. Sc. and teach me to be thine! 765 EMERSON: _Forbearance._ Act ii._ Act iii. As in a soul rememb'ring my good friends. =Friendship. JOHNSON: _Verses on the Death of Mr. 764 SHAKS. bright creature! scorn not one: The daisy.= He is the freeman whom the truth makes free. Line 733._ St._
. and their adoption tried. Sc. 768 DR. Protects the lingering dewdrop from the sun._ The friendships of the world are oft Confederacies in vice. 3.. 762 COWPER: _Task. Of every friendless name the friend. Robert Levet. 1._ Bk. Line 267.. v. 766 ADDISON: _Cato. sincere.: _Richard II.. 763 SHAKS.
771 T.= All the panes are hung with frost.: _Richard II. 8 But.. 776 DRYDEN: _Absalom and Achitophel. Beware the fury of a patient man._ Act ii. =Fury. 774 SHAKS.= The ripest fruit first falls._ Pt._ Bk. =Frost.
. 773 BURNS: _Highland Mary.= Heaven has no rage like love to hatred turned. Lost. 1. 775 CONGREVE: _Mourning Bride. Sc. oh! fell death's untimely frost That nipt my flower sae early._ =Fruit._ Act iii. Sc. iv..B. This glimpse of glory infinite! 772 WHITTIER: _The Pageant.= His fair large front and eye sublime declar'd Absolute rule. 8._ St._ What miracle of weird transforming Is this wild work of frost and light. 770 MILTON: _Par.=Front... Line 297.. i. Line 1005. Wild wizard-work of silver lace. ALDRICH: _Latakia. Nor hell a fury like a woman scorned.
BROWNING: _Rhapsody of Life's Progress._ Pt._
. Sc.. howe'er pleasant! Let the dead Past bury its dead! 780 LONGFELLOW: _Psalm of Life._ =Gale. Than fly to others that we know not of.: _Hamlet..=Futurity. 1.= Remote from cities liv'd a swain. O Death. Unvex'd with all the cares of gain. 779 TENNYSON: _Maud. thou art strange! 778 MRS.= So fades a summer cloud away.= The dread of something after death. Trust no future. puzzles the will. xxvi. _The Shepherd and the Philosopher.. 777 SHAKS. 3. that they might tell us What and where they be. Thou art sweet. 781 GAY: _Fables._ Act iii.== =Gain. St. And makes us rather bear those ills we have._ Pt. that it were possible For one short hour to see The souls we loved. from whose bourn No traveller returns._ Ah Christ. The undiscover'd country. O Beyond.
_ Essay v. 782 MRS. sir.= A garden. Church Porch. As a wit. but sport._ Act v. 1. BARBAULD: _Death of the Virtuous. Sc. The man had his failings--a dupe to his art. in the kitchen bred. his colors he spread..= Here lies David Garrick--describe him who can. 787 BYRON: _A Sketch. and the first city. =Garden.= Play not for gain. if not first.So sinks the gale when storms are o'er. 786 COWLEY: _The Garden. 784 HERBERT: _Temple. 785 CHARLES KINGSLEY: _Saint's Tragedy. An abridgment of all that was pleasant in man. Yet. Who plays for more Than he can lose with pleasure. Like an ill-judging beauty. confess'd without rival to shine. stakes his heart._ =Gambling. God the first garden made. =Garret. Wherein all rainbowed flowers were heaped together. with talents like these. 33.= Born in the garret. Cain. and whom she hath bore. Perhaps his wife's too.
. and an excellent heart._ =Garrick. in the very first line. 783 BURNS: _The Cotter's Saturday Night._ Beneath the milk-white thorn that scents the evening gale._ St. As an actor.
_ Act ii. and never can be taught.And beplaster'd with rouge his own natural red. 788 GOLDSMITH: _Retaliation.: _Pericles. and action. 791 EMERSON: _In Memoriam. nor outward eyes. Envy the great. affecting: 'Twas only that when he was off._ Line 93. That neither in our hearts. may with pains be wrought._ St. On the stage he was natural.= Full many a gem of purest ray serene The dark unfathom'd caves of ocean bear. Sc. 789 GRAY: _Elegy. =Gem. and Eve span._ =Gentleness. nor do the low despise. place.= We are gentlemen.= What would you have? Your gentleness shall force More than your force move us to gentleness. Who was then the gentleman? 793 _Lines used by John Ball in Wat Tyler's Rebellion. 792 SHAKS.
. 790 DRYDEN: _Epis..= Time. When Adam dolve. Nor mourn the unalterable Days That Genius goes and Folly Stays. But genius must be born. simple. =Genius. 3._ =Gentleman. he was acting. 14. to Congreve_ Line 59.
which I have given already. 3. Have started from their graves to-night. 799 BUTLER: _Hudibras. =Gifts.= Avaunt! and quit my sight! Let the earth hide thee! Thy bones are marrowless._ Act iv. =Ghosts.. 798 SHAKS.. Blue meagre hag. Golden Legend. Sc._ Pt. No goblin. or stubborn unlaid ghost That breaks his magic chains at curfew time. Line 495.. In fog or fire. Which thou dost glare with! 795 SHAKS. are pack'd and lock'd Up in my heart. 797 MILTON: _Comus. Sc. by lake or moorish fen.: _Wint. Thou hast no speculation in those eyes. Tale._ Line 432. i..: _Macbeth.. 7. They have driven sleep from mine eyes away.: _As You Like It. But not deliver'd.= She prizes not such trifles as these are: The gifts she looks from me. Sc. thy blood is cold. Canto i. Of gifts that cost them nothing._ Act iii._ Pt. 796 LONGFELLOW: _Christus. Hath hurtful power o'er true virginity. or swart fairy of the mine. iv.794 SHAKS. free. =Girdle. Saints themselves will sometimes be. Some say no evil thing that walks by night. and forms of fright. 4. Many ghosts.=
._ Act ii.
Oh. Late. and th' excess Of glory obscur'd.: _Mid._ =Gloom.I'll put a girdle round about the earth In forty minutes. Sc. late in the gloamin Kilmeny came hame! 801 JAMES HOGG: _Kilmeny._ Bk._ Line 79._ Act ii. late in a gloamin. 1. When the fringe was red on the westlin hill.= Late.. His form had yet not lost All her original brightness. 804 MILTON: _Par.. 2. it disperse to nought..: _1 Henry VI. Lost. 800 SHAKS. i. N. Till. =Gloaming. Dream. Sc. Line 591. still remember me! 805
. The reek o' the cot hung over the plain-Like a little wee cloud in the world its lane. nor appear'd Less than archangel ruin'd. when all was still. =Glory. 802 MILTON: _Il Penseroso. 803 SHAKS.= Glory is like a circle in the water. The wood was sere. Go where glory waits thee! But while fame elates thee. Which never ceaseth to enlarge itself. by broad spreading. the moon i' the wane.= Where glowing embers through the room Teach light to counterfeit a gloom. When the ingle lowed with an eiry leme._ Act i.
'T is only God may be had for the asking. wives.= Swinish gluttony Ne'er looks to Heav'n amidst his gorgeous feast.= 'T is heaven alone that is given away. =God. DE L'ISLE: _Marseilles Hymn. Whose body Nature is. and blasphemes his Feeder. base ingratitude Crams. Line 267. 808 SHAKS. 806 WORDSWORTH: _Intimations of Immortality. awake to glory! Hark! hark! what myriads bid you rise! Your children.._ St. 810 JAMES RUSSELL LOWELL: _The Vision of Sir Launfal._ Act i. 809 MILTON: _Comus. And 'gins to pale his uneffectual fire. and grandsires hoary. Behold their tears and hear their cries! 807 JOSEPH R._ All are but parts of one stupendous whole. where'er I go. and God the soul.: _Hamlet._ =Glow-worm.= The glow-worm shows the matin to be near. 5.
. But yet I know. 2._ Epis. =Gluttony. i.MOORE: _Go Where Glory Waits Thee. 811 POPE: _Essay on Man. But with besotted._ Line 776.._ The sunshine is a glorious birth. Sc. Ye sons of France. That there hath passed away a glory from the earth.
4. 812 MOORE: _Thou Art.. Than these poor compounds that thou mayst not sell.= The gods are just. 813 BYRON: _The Dream. O God._ And they were canopied by the blue sky. =Gods._ Act v. And all things fair and bright are Thine. 815 DR. motive. JOHNSON: _Motto to the Rambler. Its glow by day. clear. 7. 814 RICHARD CRASHAW: _Epigram. its smile by night. The gods arrive. The conscious water saw its God and blushed. Heartily know. and purely beautiful That God alone was to be seen in heaven. 816 SHAKS. Sc. Sc. Doing more murther in this loathsome world. guide. So cloudless. to Thee we tend. and Jul. When half-gods go.
.Thou art. 818 SHAKS. the life and light Of all this wondrous world we see. Are but reflections caught from Thee: Where'er we turn. worse poison to men's souls.: _King Lear._ =Gold. 817 EMERSON: _Give All to Love. 3. 1. and end. and of our pleasant vices Make instruments to plague us._ Act v. great God. Thy glories shine. we spring..._ No._ St.= Gold. original.: _Rom. O God._ From Thee.-Path.
So dear a life your arms enfold. Good night! good night! parting is such sweet sorrow. sweet maid. 823 CHARLES KINGSLEY: _A Farewell. death.= At once. Sc. sir! the good die first. 1.. 4. 820 TENNYSON: _The Daisy. =Goodness... i. And they whose hearts are dry as summer's dust. Do noble things. all day long: And so make life. Whose crying is a cry for gold. Goodness and he fill up one monument! 821 SHAKS. and loving._ St. Burn to the socket.._ Bk. when old Time shall lead him to his end. then damn'd in that to come. First starved in this._ Act iii. But go at once. and let who will be clever. Line 504. 24. 819 BLAIR: _The Grave.
.: _Henry VIII. may his rule be! And._ =Good Night.O cursed lust of gold! when for thy sake The fool throws up his interest in both worlds. 824 SHAKS._ Line 347._ Act ii. Oh. Sc. Be good. 822 WORDSWORTH: _Excursion. sweet song.= May he live Longer than I have time to tell his years! Ever belov'd. good night:-Stand not upon the order of your going. and that vast forever One grand.: _Macbeth. not dream them.
=Government._ Act iii. And snatch a grace beyond the reach of art. Whate'er is best administer'd is best. iii.: _Rom._ Act iv. on Criticism. a fair good night. =Grace.That I shall say good night. Nothing goes right.. What she will bear in foul. 4. i. 2. but he that will Govern and carry her to her ends. how to shift his sails. From vulgar bounds with brave disorder part.= 'T is government that makes them seem divine. and slumbers light. what shelves.... 826 SCOTT: _Marmion.= When once our grace we have forgot. must know His tides... What strands._ Epis._ Act 1. 825 SHAKS. 827 SHAKS. =Grandeur. Each petty hand Can steer a ship becalm'd. Sc. Line 152. her leaks. Where her springs are. Sc._ Pt. Sc. 1. 829 POPE: _Essay on Man. For forms of government let fools contest. what rooks do threaten her. his currents. 830 SHAKS. and Jul. Line 303.. to each.: _M. And pleasing dreams. what in fair weathers. and how to stop 'em. 831 POPE: _E...=
. L'Envoy. Sc.: _3 Henry VI. for M._ Canto vi. 4._ Act ii. 828 BEN JONSON: _Catiline.. To all. till it be morrow.
.. =Gratitude. the base.Nor grandeur hear with a disdainful smile The short and simple annals of the poor. With here and there a violet bestrewn. Line 8. 836 BLAIR: _The Grave._ V. the coward._ The grave._ Line 9. All food alike for worms. Where a green grassy turf is all I crave. dread thing! Men shiver when thou 'rt named: Nature appall'd.. 833 GRAY: _Ode for Music. St. I've heard of hearts unkind. Shakes off her wonted firmness. 834 WORDSWORTH: _Simon Lee. Fast by a brook or fountain's murmuring wave. ii. 17. 832 GRAY: _Elegy. and the brave. kind deeds With coldness still returning._ St. Alas! the gratitude of men Hath oftener left me mourning._ Bk. Mine be the breezy hill that skirts the down.= One destin'd period men in common have. companions in the grave. Chorus. The great. And many an evening sun shine sweetly on my grave! 837 BEATTIE: _The Minstrel. =Greatness. 8. 835 LANSDOWNE: _On Death.= The still small voice of gratitude._ =Grave.
Harold. Rightly to be great. though no more. then was the tug of war. 73. Such is the aspect of this shore. 2. 'T is Greece. Strong natures give the weaker home and rest. Great hearts have largest room to bless the small. Sc.: _Henry VIII. great! 841 BYRON: _Ch. 4. =Greeks. 2. Sc.: _Hamlet. 842 BYRON: _Giaour._ Act iv. 844 NATHANIEL LEE: _Alex._ Canto ii.I have touched the highest point of all my greatness. We start. not to stir without great argument.. though fallen. St. 838 SHAKS.. 840 LUCY LARCOM: _Sonnet. the Great. 843 BYRON: _Don Juan. The isles of Greece.=
.= Fair Greece! sad relic of departed worth! Immortal. The Presence. 839 SHAKS. St. 1. Is. so deadly fair._ Act iii. Sc.. When honor's at the stake.._ Line 90. =Grief. but living Greece no more! So coldly sweet. 86._ Canto iii. But greatly to find quarrel in a straw.. for soul is wanting there. the isles of Greece! Where burning Sappho loved and sung._ =Greece._ Act iv..= When Greeks joined Greeks.
Sc. 849 GOLDSMITH: _Des. in a plaintive mood. Tale. What need a man forestall his date of grief. 845 SHAKS. =Ground.= The groves were God's first temples. Should be past grief. The holy name of GRIEF!--holy herein. And run to meet what he would most avoid? 847 MILTON: _Comus._ Act iii. 851 WILLIAM CULLEN BRYANT: _A Forest Hymn. Village._ Line 362.= Where'er we tread._ Canto ii. Exaggeration. That. St._
.: _Wint. =Groves. 846 SHAKS. O brothers! let us leave the shame and sin Of taking vainly. With such old counsellors they did advise._ In all the silent manliness of grief. and what's past help. 88._ In such green palaces the first kings reign'd.: _Sonnet 50. 't is haunted. 850 BYRON: _Ch. 848 MRS. James's Park.. Slept in their shades._ Line 384.My grief lies onward and my joy behind. And by frequenting sacred groves grew wise. and angels entertain'd. 852 WALLER: _On St._ What's gone. by the grief of ONE.. BROWNING: _Sonnets. Harold. 2. came all our good. holy ground.
. 853 SHAKS. degrades the great! 857 DR.. 2.: _Hamlet.: _1 Henry VI.. 854 SHAKS. Sc. 3. 855 POPE: Satire ii.= So full of artless jealousy is guilt.== =Habit. As brooks make rivers. Sc. once harbor'd in the conscious breast. 858 DRYDEN: _Ovid's Metamorphoses. =Guests.
==H.._ Act iv.: _M. 5. Welcome the coming. of Venice. rivers run to seas. For I who hold sage Homer's rule the best.= Unbidden guests Are often welcomest when they are gone. Intimidates the brave. Sc._ Act 1._ Bk. =Guilt. speed the going guest. JOHNSON: _Irene._ Act ii.= Ill habits gather by unseen degrees. It spills itself in fearing to be spilt. Sc. 8._ Act iv..
.= If I can catch him once upon the hip. Line 155. Line 159...=Grudge. How guilt. 856 SHAKS. xv. I will feed fat the ancient grudge I bear him.
Line 85. Golden hair. 861 J._ Bk. i.. Line 246. 5. When you see fair hair Be pitiful.= No man e'er felt the halter draw.. i. 859 HANNAH MORE: _Floris. With good opinion of the law. =Halter. and when you rant and swear. and hoary hair Stream'd like a meteor to the troubled air. 862 GEORGE ELIOT: _Spanish Gypsy. Line 489.. 865 ROBERT BROWNING: _Paracelsus._ Pt.= Let my hand-This hand. like sunlight streaming On the marble of her shoulder.= She knows her man. lie in your own--my own true friend! Hand in hand with you. SAXE: _The Lover's Vision. St. 2. 4. 860 DRYDEN: _From Persius._ Sc.. 3. 864 JOHN TRUMBULL: _McFingal.G. =Hand.
._ Pt. Can draw you to her with a single hair.Small habits well pursued betimes May reach the dignity of crimes._ Satire v. =Hair. Loose his beard._ St. 863 GRAY: _The Bard._ Canto iii.
of Venice. 871 DRYDEN: _A Song for St. languid._ Act v. Line 1._ Pt. This universal frame began: From harmony to harmony Through all the compass of the notes it ran.
. content! whate'er thy name: That something still which prompts the eternal sigh. somewhat graceless in truth. 868 COWPER: _Table Talk. St. 1.: _M. dimpled. The diapason closing full in Man. crossed the life-line in the palm? 866 OWEN MEREDITH: _Lucile. warm. Sc.'T was a hand White. The hand of a woman is often. from heavenly harmony._ Epis. i.= Soft stillness and the night Become the touches of sweet harmony. =Happiness. iv.. ease. somewhat red. delicate. Less on exterior things than most suppose.._ Happiness depends. Or as Sorrow has._ Line 246. 867 HOOD: _Ode to Melancholy. as Nature shows. pleasure. Cecilia's Day. in youth. Does its beauty refine.= And there is even a happiness That makes the heart afraid. =Harmony. and bland. For which we bear to live. as its pulses grow calm.._ Line 11. From harmony. 870 SHAKS. 869 POPE: _Essay on Man. O happiness! our being's end and aim! Good.. Canto iii. 13. or dare to die. Somewhat rough.
_ =Haste. 2. When. Never can true reconcilement grow Where wounds of deadly hate have pierc'd so deep.: _Mid. 874 CHURCHILL: _Ghost.. That rais'd emotions both of rage and fear.=Harp._ Bk. 875 JAMES BRAMSTON: _Man of Taste.
. ever the worst speed. Sc. 872 MOORE: _The Harp That Once Through Tara's Halls. you hate me with your hearts. Till the grave master had decreed. 873 SHAKS. 877 MILTON: _Par.= Farewell. and superpraise my parts. I am sure. While Bradshaw bullied in a broad-brimmed hat. and swear. Running together all about. 876 SHAKS. N. The servants put each other out.= The harp that once through Tara's halls The soul of music shed. Lost._ Act iii. Dream. iv.. 2.._ Act i.= So Britain's monarch once uncovered sat. There was a laughing devil in his sneer. Line 98. The more haste.. =Hat._ Bk. Line 1159. Now hangs as mute on Tara's walls As if that soul were fled. iv. and let your haste commend your duty._ =Hatred. Sc.: _Hamlet.= To vow.
And where his frown of hatred darkly fell. =Head. Harold.= Nor love. and Mercy sigh'd farewell! 878 BYRON: _Corsair. 45. the reverend head Must lie as low as ours. Be timely wise. He who surpasses or subdues mankind Must look down on the hate of those below. 9. the wise.._ Canto i..
. to John Dryden of Chesterton._ Canto iii. Better to hunt in fields for health unbought Than fee the doctor for a nauseous draught. =Health. 882 WATTS: _Hymns and Spiritual Songs.= And every shepherd tells his tale Under the hawthorn in the dale. Fable 31.. 880 MILTON: _L'Allegro. St._ Line 67. Can give the heart a cheerful hour When health is lost._ St. 879 BYRON: _Ch. =Hawthorn. ii._ Line 92._ Pt. 4. With health all taste of pleasure flies. wealth. nor power.= Oh good gray head which all men knew! 881 TENNYSON: _Ode on the Death of the Duke of Wellington._ Bk. nor honor. 884 DRYDEN: _Epis.. St. Hope withering fled. Hymn 63. 883 GAY: _Fables. The tall. i.
Line 85. of a veined humanity. where Nature's heart Beats strong amid the hills.. Or from Browning some "Pomegranate. 892 MILTON: _Par._ xli.= Heaven is above all yet.
. 887 MRS. 891 SHAKS. vi. Line 66. Lost. And Learning wiser grow without his books.=Heart. Heaven Is as the Book of God before thee set._ Bk. there sits a Judge That no king can corrupt. every prudent part._ St. 890 RICHARD M. ii. 889 COWPER: _Task. 888 ALFRED BUNN: _Song. =Heaven._ Act iv. 2.: _Henry VIII._ Bk. Sc._ Here the heart May give a useful lesson to the head. MILNES: _Tragedy of the Lac de Gaube. Sc.. Tale. Line 159.. viii. 885 SHAKS._ Act iii. Your sad tires in a mile-a. With every pleasing._ Epis.. 1. Shows a heart within blood-tinctured. BROWNING: _Lady Geraldine's Courtship.= A merry heart goes all the day. what can Chloe want? She wants a heart. Wherein to read his wondrous works.: _Wint.. The heart bowed down by weight of woe To weakest hope will cling. 886 POPE: _Moral Essays. Say. 2." which if cut deep down the middle.. But on and up.
=Hell. Lost. 2. 895 MILTON: _Par. ii.= 'Tis now the very witching time of night. Small justice shown. 899 SHELLEY: _Peter Bell the Third. And there is little or no fun done. Line 61. St. Hell is a city much like London-A populous and a smoky city. the cushion and soft dean invite.. 893 SCOTT: _Lady of the Lake. i. Sc._ Bk.. 896 MILTON: _Par.. Line 719. iii. 897 POPE: _Moral Essays. 898 BYRON: _Ch..Some feelings are to mortals given With less of earth in them than heaven. Regions of sorrow. doleful shades. As one great furnace flamed. where peace And rest can never dwell. 20._ Epis. Hell Grew darker at their frown. There are all sorts of people undone.. A dungeon horrible. In hope to merit heaven by making earth a hell. and still less pity. To rest._ Bk._ Canto ii. yet from those flames No light. iv. 894 SHAKS. When churchyards yawn and hell itself breathes out Contagion to this world.. 22._ Pt. Lost. Line 149. on all sides round. Who never mentions hell to ears polite._ Act iii. but rather darkness visible Serv'd only to discover sights of woe. hope never comes That comes to all._ Canto i.: _Hamlet. St. Harold.
. but torture without end.
. and yet shall fall. Creation's heir. From Macedonia's madman to the Swede._ Bk. 903 SWIFT: _Cadenus and Vanessa. And in its hollow tones are heard The thanks of millions yet to be! 904 HALLECK: _Marco Bozzaris. the heir of all the ages. Whoe'er excels in what we prize._ Line 729. To the hero._ Line 178. Rock-ribbed. iv.= Heroes are much the same. the world is mine! 901 GOLDSMITH: _Traveller. the point's agreed. =Heroes.
. and ancient as the sun. when his sword Has won the battle for the free Death's voice sounds like a prophet's word._ I have looked on the hills of the stormy North. 900 TENNYSON: _Loksley Hall.= I._ Epis. 906 WILLIAM CULLEN BRYANT: _Thanatopsis. in the foremost files of time._ Line 50. 905 POPE: _Iliad.=Heritage. 902 POPE: _Essay on Man. =Hills. Line 157. Line 219. Appears a hero in our eyes._ Heroes as great have died.= The hills. xv. the world..
= History. Nor worthless pomp of homage vain Stain it with hypocritic tear. 108._ Canto iv. 909 SHAKS._ Canto iv. they wished-for come. Harold.= If all the year were playing holidays. =Holiness. Butcher'd to make a Roman holiday! 910 BYRON: _Ch. There were his young barbarians all at play. There was their Dacian mother: he. But when they seldom come.And the larch has hung his tassels forth. 907 HEMANS: _The Voice of Spring. Harold._ =History. 908 BYRON: _Ch. 911 MARGARET J.. 912 EDWARD EVERETT: _Alaric the Visigoth_
.. 141.. And nothing pleaseth but rare accidents.. =Holiday.= When I am dead. St. with all her volumes vast. their sire. To sport would be as tedious as to work.: _1 Henry IV. no pageant train Shall waste their sorrows at my bier. Hath but one page._ Act i. St. 2. Sc.= Whoso lives the holiest life Is fittest far to die._ =Homage. PRESTON: _Ready.
= Home is the resort Of love. For all books else appear so mean. And the hunter home from the hill. of joy. 913 THOMSON: _Seasons._ Line 65.= Read Homer once. This fond attachment to the well-known place Whence first we started into life's long race. Home is the sailor._ Type of the wise who soar but never roam. Autumn. and you can read no more.=Home. of peace and plenty. True to the kindred points of heaven and home. And Homer will be all the books you need. 915 ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON: _Requiem. Sweet Home. so poor. Maintains its hold with such unfailing sway.
. where. there 's no place like home. Supporting and supported. This be the verse you grave for me: Here he lies where he longed to be. polish'd friends And dear relations mingle into bliss. but still persist to read. 914 COWPER: _Tirocinium._ 'Mid pleasures and palaces though we may roam. and at our latest day._ Line 314. We feel it e'en in age. 918 SHEFFIELD. Verse may seem prose._ =Homer. home from sea. 916 J. Be it ever so humble. HOWARD PAYNE: _Home. DUKE OF BUCKINGHAMSHIRE: _Essay on Poetry_ Oft of one wide expanse had I been told That deep-brow'd Homer ruled as his demesne. 917 WORDSWORTH: _To a Skylark.
= Too much honor: O.. there all the honor lies. Where one but goes abreast: keep then the path.Yet did I never breathe its pure serene Till I heard Chapman speak out loud and bold. That draws in raw and unexperienced men To real mischiefs. and hates the slime That sticks on filthy deeds. Honor travels in a strait so narrow. iv. 919 KEATS: _On first looking into Chapman's Homer. 3. Too heavy for a man that hopes for heaven. Sc. 5. and Cress.. 'tis a burthen.. An honest man's the noblest work of God. Honor's a fine imaginary notion. Who living had no roofe to shrowd his head. 'tis a burthen. 2..= An honest man he is. Act well your part. 2. Line 247. 920 THOMAS HEYWOOD: _Hierarchie of the Blessed Angells._ Seven cities warred for Homer being dead.: _Othello. ._ Act iii. A wit's a feather. 923 SHAKS. 925 ADDISON: _Cato. Honor and shame from no condition rise. 922 POPE: _Essay on Man._ Act ii.._ Act iii.: _Troil.. Sc. 926
. =Honor.. while they hunt a shadow.: _Henry VIII._ Act v._ =Honesty.. 921 SHAKS. and a chief a rod. 924 SHAKS. Sc.._ Epis. Sc.
= A page of Hood may do a fellow good After a scolding from Carlyle or Ruskin.POPE: _Essay on Man.= True hope is swift. a charm for every woe. with hope. how bright soe'er. i. Auspicious hope! in thy sweet garden grow Wreaths for each toil. Line 45.._ Line 884. There Honor comes. i.. and meaner creatures kings. Hope springs eternal in the human breast. 929 OLIVER WENDELL HOLMES: _How Not to Settle It._ Pt. 927 TENNYSON: _Idyls. Kings it makes gods.: _Richard III. Thus heavenly hope is all serene._ Epis. a pilgrim gray. 932 POPE: _Essay on Man. To bless the turf that wraps their clay. Line 108. So farewell hope. and flies with swallows' wings._ =Hope. Line 95. But earthly hope._ Epis.
. 2.. of Hope. 933 CAMPBELL: _Pl. Lost. farewell fear. 931 MILTON: _Par._ Bk. 928 WILLIAM COLLINS: _Ode in 1746. iv. Elaine. Line 193. but always to be blest. iv. His honor rooted in dishonor stood. and._ Act v. Still fluctuates o'er this changing scene. Farewell remorse! All good to me is lost. And faith unfaithful kept him falsely true. Man never is.. 930 SHAKS._ =Hood. Sc...
=Hospitality. Sc. 938 SHAKS.: _Macbeth..=
._ Where peace And rest can never dwell. 4. 3. 935 MILTON: _Par. "All hope abandon. Line 65._ Pt._ Act v. xxxiii.: _Othello.._ Canto iii. =Horn. Or hear old Triton blow his wreathed horn. i. i.= A horse! a horse! my kingdom for a horse! 940 SHAKS. ye who enter in!" These words in sombre color I beheld Written upon the summit of a gate._ Act v. Longfellow's Trans._ Act iii. On horror's head horrors accumulate.. 936 DANTE: _Inferno.= Have sight of Proteus rising from the sea.. Sc.. hope never comes That comes to all.As false and fleeting as 'tis fair. =Horse. 5.= My fell of hair Would at a dismal treatise louse and stir As life were in 't: I have supp'd full with horrors._ Bk. 937 WORDSWORTH: _Miscellaneous Sonnets. Lost... =Horror. 934 HEBER: _On Heavenly Hope and Earthly Hope.. Sc.: _Richard III. Line 9. 939 SHAKS.
_ Act ii. 4. Is in the common mass of matter lost. Improve each moment as it flies! Life's a short summer... mingling with the vulgar host. oh catch the transient hour. 944 EMERSON: _Quatrains._ =Humanity. 941 SHAKS. MICKLE: _Manner's Wife.= The leader. And little recks to find the way to heaven By doing deeds of hospitality._ Bk. 946 WILLIAM J.= For there's nae luck about the house. 943 POPE: _Odyssey. JOHNSON: _Winter. There 's little pleasure in the house When our gudeman 's awa'.. Nature. iv. Sc._ =House. where all were welcomed and feasted. man a flower. An Ode. I._ Catch.=
. Every house was an inn. =Hour._ Pt.: _As You Like It. then. There's nae luck at a'. He dies--alas! how soon he dies! 945 DR.= Too busy with the crowded hour to fear to live or die. 942 LONGFELLOW: _Evangeline. =Host. iv.My master is of churlish disposition. Line 397.. Line 15.
Winter. They rouse from sleep._ Line 393.= The hungry judges soon the sentence sign. The jocund thunder wakes the enliven'd hounds. with a cheerful horn. And wretches hang that jurymen may dine. of the Lock. 951 THOMSON: _Seasons. Longing. who lie Steeped to the lips in misery.= The healthy huntsman. sad music of humanity. and answer sounds for sounds._ =Hunger. =Hunting..= Give me the lowest place: or if for me That lowest place too high._ Canto iii._ Canto ii.. 952 GAY: _Rural Sports. yet afraid to die.But hearing oftentimes The still. 947 WORDSWORTH: _Lines composed a few miles above Tintern Abbey. make one more low Where I may sit and see My God and love Thee so. and hungry as the grave. Cruel as death. Summons the dogs and greets the dappled Morn._ =Humility. ROSSETTI: _The Lowest Place. sad humanity! O ye afflicted ones.
. 949 CHRISTINA G._ O suffering. Patient. Line 21. 950 POPE: _R. though sorely tried! 948 LONGFELLOW: _Goblet of Life. Line 96.
957 POLLOK: _Course of Time. iii. the wife is. thou art mated with a clown. and stood In naked ugliness. 954 BURNS: _Tam O'Shanter. 1.== =Ice. except to God alone. 955 SHAKS._ =Hypocrisy. How monie lengthened sage advices.. the only evil that walks Invisible. Line 682. for M. Sc.. The hypocrite had left his mask._ Act iii. through Heaven and Earth. 24. 953 TENNYSON: _Locksley Hall.= This outward-sainted deputy.-Whose settled visage and deliberate word Nips youth i' the head. He was a man Who stole the livery of the court of heaven To serve the devil in.=
. and follies doth emmew As falcon doth the fowl. By His permissive will.=Husband.
==I._ Pt.. Lost._ Bk. 956 MILTON: _Par. The husband frae the wife despises. Neither man nor angel can discern Hypocrisy. Ah..= As the husband is. Line 615. gentle dames! it gars me greet To think how monie counsels sweet.: _M._ St. And the grossness of his nature will have weight to drag thee down. viii.--is yet a devil.
. From ignorance our comfort flows. Knowledge the wing wherewith we fly to heaven.= Ignorance is the curse of God._ Where ignorance is bliss 'Tis folly to be wise. =Ignorance. 7._ =Ills. but Tam was glorious.= Kings may be blest.Yon foaming flood seems motionless as ice. The only wretched are the wise.: _2 Henry VI. C._ Line 623. 958 WORDSWORTH: _Address to Kilchurn Castle.. =Idleness. A mind quite vacant is a mind distress'd. Sc.= Absence of occupation is not rest. Frozen by distance. Its dizzy turbulence eludes the eye._ Line 1149. O'er a' the ills o' life victorious._ Act iv. 962 PRIOR: _To Hon. 963 GRAY: _Ode on Eton College. To teach the young idea how to shoot. 960 COWPER: _Retirement.= Delightful task! to rear the tender thought. 961 SHAKS._ =Idea. Spring. 959 THOMSON: _Seasons. 964
_ Act v.. This longing after immortality? 969 ADDISON: _Cato. N. 965 DR. thou reasonest well!-Else whence this pleasing hope.
. this fond desire.. the patron._ Line 159. 1._ Pt. 1. Sc.= The lunatic. want. Are of imagination all compact. =Imagination. iii. Sc. _Another and a Better World. 966 SHAKS.._ There mark what ills the scholar's life assail. and the jail.BURNS: _Tam O'Shanter. JOHNSON: _Van. Where music dwells Lingering and wandering on as loth to die. Dream._ But thou that didst appear so fair To fond imagination. Like thoughts whose very sweetness yieldeth proof That they were born for immortality.= And what's impossible can't be. envy._ =Immortality. 967 BAILEY: _Festus. xliii.: _Mid.= It must be so. the lover._ Sc._ Act v. Plato.-Toil. and the poet. 970 WORDSWORTH: _Ecclesiastical Sonnets. 968 WORDSWORTH: _Yarrow Visited. Dost rival in the light of day Her delicate creation. =Impossibility. Imagination is the air of mind. of Human Wishes.
. To one thing constant never. the sunshine of an April day. sigh no more._ There are three things a wise man will not trust-The wind. Lord of the lion-heart and eagle-eye._ =Impudence. Men were deceivers ever. And woman's plighted faith. Independence. _Song. 975 SMOLLETT: _Ode to Independence.= Sigh no more. Thoughts. To all the world may lay his claim. 972 BUTLER: _Misc. 971 COLMAN._ Act ii. Thy steps I follow with my bosom bare. Ever mindful what it cost. let me share. And. =Independence. 3._ Line 51. Sc.= Thy spirit. 973 SHAKS.: _Maid of the Moor. ladies. JR. put among his wants but shame. Ever grateful for the prize. One foot in sea._ Pt.= For he that has but impudence.And never. ii. Let its altar reach the skies! 976 JOSEPH HOPKINSON: _Hail. Columbia!_
._ Let independence be our boast. and one on shore. 974 SOUTHEY: _Madoc.: _Much Ado. never comes to pass. Nor heed the storm that howls along the sky._ Line 17.. _Caradoc and Senena. To all things has a fair pretence. =Inconstancy.
.= If man loses all. And bade it blossom there. =Infancy. St. lucre._ Bk._ Act ii.
. 2. And all life not be purer and stronger thereby. =Influence. 40. or I to him? 978 CHURCHILL: _Ghost.. or he to Hecuba. 979 COLERIDGE: _Epitaph on an Infant._ Pt. Line 215.= No life Can be pure in its purpose and strong in its strife. A daring infidel (and such there are. He lives a coward.. 977 SHAKS. and judge the prize. iv.) Of all earth's madmen. most deserves a chain.= What's Hecuba to him.=Indifference. Let ev'ry man enjoy his whim._ =Infidelity. Ladies. or sorrow fade. when life is lost. rage. 980 YOUNG: _Night Thoughts. Canto vi. 981 OWEN MEREDITH: _Lucile. whose bright eyes Rain influence.= Ere sin could blight. The opening bud to heav'n convey'd.. or a fool expires. Line 199.. example._ Night vii. revenge. ii. From pride. Sc. Or pure heroical defect of thought.: _Hamlet. Death came with friendly care. What's he to me.
The warmest welcome at an inn. Than the sea-monster! 984 SHAKS.= I hate ingratitude more in a man Than lying. 4. Where'er his stages may have been. drunkenness. 986 BURNS: _Man was Made to Mourn. 987 SHENSTONE: _Lines on Window of Inn at Henley. vainness.= Man's inhumanity to man Makes countless thousands mourn.: _King Lear._ Act i. whose strong corruption Inhabits our frail blood. babbling. May sigh to think he still has found.._ Act i. 985 SHAKS._ =Inn. Sc.= The silence often of pure innocence
. Sc._ =Innocence.. 983 SHAKS.. 4. 4. Sc.982 MILTON: _L'Allegro. Or any taint of vice. How sharper than a serpent's tooth it is To have a thankless child. =Inhumanity. Ingratitude! thou marble-hearted fiend.: _King Lear._ Act iii. More hideous.: _Tw. when thou show'st thee in a child.= Whoe'er has travelled life's dull round. Night._ Line 121. =Ingratitude.
ii. 993 ROBERT BROWNING: _Pippa Passes. which yet unfound most would have thought Impossible! 991 MILTON: _Par. 988 SHAKS.= Ay me! what perils do environ The man that meddles with cold iron! 992 BUTLER: _Hudibras. and the pedant's pride.. when speaking fails. Line 498. Once found. =Invention. so easy it seem'd. How can we justly different causes frame. 990 PRIOR: _Solomon on the V-of the World._ Canto iii. and instinct theirs.. JOHNSON: _Van. Line 1. of Human Wishes.. An age that melts in unperceiv'd decay._ Bk. 989 DR._ Bk.Persuades.. And glides in modest innocence away. vi. =Instinct. i. =Isle.= Some unsuspected isle in far-off seas. When the effects entirely are the same? Instinct and reason how can we divide? 'Tis the fool's ignorance.
. Tale.= Th' invention all admir'd.= Then vainly the philosopher avers That reason guides our deeds. 3. Isles._ Act ii._ Pt._ Line 293. Sc. Line 231. =Iron.: _Wint. Lost. and each how he To be th' inventor miss'd.
that o'erlace the sea. =Ivy. 997 DICKENS: _Pickwick Papers. On thy sweet brow is sorrow plough'd by shame._ =Italy. a dainty plant is the ivy green. St.= Then came old January.== =January._ ii.= Oh._ Canto iv.'" 996 ROBERT BROWNING: _De Gustibus.. wrapped well
. Harold. In his cell so lone and cold.
==J.The sprinkled isles. A rare old plant is the ivy green. and you will see Graved inside of it 'Italy. I ween. Italy. 4.= Italia! O Italia! thou who hast The fatal gift of beauty. That creepeth o'er ruins old! Of right choice food are his meals. my Italy! Queen Mary's saying serves for me (When fortune's malice Lost her Calais): "Open my heart. And annals graved in characters of flame. 6. 995 BYRON: _Ch. which became A funeral dower of present woes and past. Lily on lily._ Ch. Creeping where no life is seen. 994 ROBERT BROWNING: _Cleon.
It is the green-eyed monster. 42._ Bk.. 1000 OWEN MEREDITH: _Lucile._ Line 166. 1004 SHAKS. which doth mock The meat it feeds on.. ii.. 1002 SHAKS._ Pt. Lost. Of all the griefs that harass the distrest. Sure the most bitter is a scornful jest. and Jul. Yet did he quake and quiver like to quell. of jealousy. Sc.._ Act v.. 998 SPENSER: _Faerie Queene. Sc. never in the tongue Of him that makes it. Canto i. Canto vii.. my lord. v._ Act iii. =Jest. St._ Bk.. Lost.. 999 SHAKS. Line 449. 2.In many weeds to keep the cold away.= A jest's prosperity lies in the ear Of him that hears it. the injur'd lover's hell.. 1003 DR. vii. JOHNSON: _London. =Jealousy.: _Othello.
. St. And blow his nails to warm them if he may.: _Rom.: _Love's L. Sc. 3. 5._ Act i.= It seems she hangs upon the cheek of night Like a rich jewel in an Ethiope's ear. No true love there can be without Its dread penalty--jealousy. 24 Nor jealousy Was understood. 1001 MILTON: _Par.= O beware. =Jewel.
Line 703. 1._ =Judgment. 1006 MRS. boiling like to fire.. That all his garments he had cast away.= Then came hot July.= A college joke to cure the dumps.=Joke. 1011
. 1010 SHAKS. =July. 2._ Act iii.= Capacity for joy Admits temptation.= A Daniel come to judgment! yea. O judgment! thou art fled to brutish beasts. Caesar. And men have lost their reason. i. of Venice. Joy is the mainspring in the whole Of endless Nature's calm rotation._ =Joy. Joy moves the dazzling wheels that roll In the great Time-piece of Creation. Sc. 1005 SWIFT: _Cassinus and Peter. And yet _more_ exquisite when past. Sc._ Bk..: _M.: _Jul. BROWNING: _Aurora Leigh.._ Act iv. 1008 JAMES MONTGOMERY: _The Little Cloud. 1007 SCHILLER: _Hymn to Joy_ Joys too exquisite to last. a Daniel! 1009 SHAKS.
And so he plays his part. Line 365. And over it softly her warm ear lays. if ever.= And then. and beard of formal cut. for M. Fall of wise saws and modern instances. In fair round belly. with good capon lin'd... The gods Grow angry with your patience: 't is their care. the justice. =June. Canto ii. Canto vii. come perfect days.: _M.= The jury.. 1012 JAMES RUSSELL LOWELL: _Vision of Sir Launfal. Sc. Then heaven tries the earth if it be in tune. justice should rouse itself.: _As You Like It.. Sc.. =Justice._ Act iii. ii. passing on the prisoner's life._ Act ii._ Bk. With eyes severe. 1014 BUTLER: _Hudibras. May.. in the sworn twelve.. that guilty men escape not: As crimes do grow. 1. St. 4. have a thief or two Guiltier than him they try. Do not your juries give their verdict As if they felt the cause. 1016 BEN JONSON: _Catiline. Sc.SPENSER: _Faerie Queene.= And what is so rare as a day in June? Then._ Act ii. vii. 1015 SHAKS. 7. not heard it? And as they please make matter of fact Run all on one side as they're packt._ =Juries. And must be yours. 36._ Pt..
. 1013 SHAKS.
. =Kin. and less than kind._ Pt. Sc. 1019 SHAKS.._ Act i.. nameless.=
. of metals twain (The golden opes. 2. the iron shuts amain).: _Tam._ Line 109. 3. 1022 WORDSWORTH: _Lines composed a few miles above Tintern Abbey. 2. 1020 SHAKS. Line 34. 1021 SHAKS.: _Troil..= Two massy keys he bore. of the S._ Act iv.. and finally justice Triumphs.-His little. iii. I. not their beauteous looks. but God is just. That best portion of a good man's life.. and Cress. 1017 LONGFELLOW: _Evangeline. One touch of nature makes the whole world kin..: _Hamlet. =Kindness. 1018 MILTON: _Lycidas.= A little more than kin. unremembered acts Of kindness and of love. Shall win my love.Man is unjust. Sc. Sc.== =Keys.= Kindness in women._ Act iii.
they have The worship of the world. v. and say._ Line 195.._ Sonnet xiii.._ Pt. ii. 1025 MILTON: _Par._ Act iv. As if he pluck'd up kisses by the roots. but no repose. I kiss your hair. 1. BOYESEN: _Thy Gracious Face I Greet with Glad Surprise..
.: _Richard III. Sc. Line 1. lady. 1024 SHELLEY: _Hellas.--they rise and set.. 1029 DANTE GABRIEL ROSSETTI: _Love-Sweetness. Teach not thy lip such scorn. I kiss your eyes. and so led Back to her mouth which answers there for all. not for such contempt..= Then kiss me hard. Or where the gorgeous East with richest hand Showers on her kings barbaric pearl and gold. 1028 H.._ Her mouth's culled sweetness by thy kisses shed On cheeks and neck and eyelids.H. Save ceremony? 1023 SHAKS. for it was made For kissing. Good night. 1030 JOAQUIN MILLER: _Isles of the Amazons. 3.: _Henry V. I rest content. Kings are like stars. =Kissing. That grew upon my lips. 1027 SHAKS.What have kings that privates have not too._ Bk. When my lips meet thine Thy very soul is wedded unto mine. Lost.: _Othello._ Act i. 2. Sc. Sc. 1026 SHAKS._ Act iii. in my delight: I kiss my hand.
1034 SHAKS. And sweet as those by hopeless fancy feign'd On lips that are for others. 5.= There's ne'er a villain dwelling in all Denmark But he's an arrant knave. =Knell. Sc. =Knavery. 1036 COWPER: _Verses supposed to be written by Alexander Selkirk..._ Pt.
. Dear as remember'd kisses after death._ Act i.: _Hamlet. 1033 SHAKS._ Act i. 1._ Bk. Line 126. and needs no less Her temp'rance over appetite.: _Othello.One kiss--and then another--and another-Till 't is too late to go--and so return.= By fairy hands their knell is rung. Whip me such honest knaves._ Act ii.= Knowledge is as food. 1035 WILLIAM COLLINS: _Lines in 1746.. 1037 MILTON: _Par. Lost. iv. 1032 TENNYSON: _The Princess._ =Knowledge. Line 36._ Ne'er sigh'd at the sound of a knell. vii. 1031 CHARLES KINGSLEY: _Saint's Tragedy. Sc. and soon turns Wisdom to folly. Sc. Oppresses else with surfeit... Or smil'd when a Sabbath appear'd. By forms unseen their dirge is sung. to know In measure what the mind may well contain. 10.
is Prayer._ St. Labor. Knowledge comes.= I have seen a swan With bootless labor swim against the tide. did ne'er unroll. 11. 1038 POPE: _Essay on Man. 1040 TENNYSON: _Locksley Hall._
==L. you know. 13. BROWNING: _Vision of Poets. And Life is perfected by Death! 1039 MRS._ St. 1044 BAYARD TAYLOR: _Improvisations. _I know_--is all the mourner saith. 1041 GRAY: _Elegy. Knowledge by suffering entereth. Rich with the spoils of time. iv._ Act i._ Epis._ St.. but wisdom lingers. 330.. 4. Oh. Line 397. Sc. ourselves to know. But Knowledge to their eyes her ample page. 1043 SHAKS. And spend her strength with over-matching waves._ Line 141.All our knowledge is. be wiser thou! Instructed that true knowledge leads to love. 1045
.== =Labor..: _3 Henry VI. Taste the joy That springs from labor. 1042 WORDSWORTH: _Lines left upon a Seat in a Yew-tree.
St. my native land! 1050 SCOTT: _Lay of the Last Minstrel. Land of the mountain and the flood! 1051
. like variegated tulips. The wild swan spreads his snowy sail._ Epis. 1049 JAMES G.. But not that man should toil and sweat for nought. =Lake. 1047 POPE: _Iliad.= Breathes there the man with soul so dead Who never to himself hath said This is my own._ =Land.LONGFELLOW: _Masque of Pandora. 1048 POPE: _Moral Essays. 1046 EBENEZER ELLIOTT: _Corn Law Hymns._ Pt. To fall'n humanity our Father said. =Ladies._ Bk. PERCIVAL: _To Seneca Lake. he gave us woe. Line 78.= On thy fair bosom.. Line 41.= Ladies. vi. 1._ To labor is the lot of man below. That food and bliss should not be found unsought. Meet nurse for a poetic child! Land of brown heath and shaggy wood._ Canto vi. And round his breast the ripples break As down he bears before the gale. ii. silver lake. x.. show 'T is to their changes half their charms we owe. O Caledonia! stern and wild. That man should labor for his daily bread. And when Jove gave us life.
and Jul.. in language quaint and olden. 2. Ever charming. Sc. =Landscape. 28...= Fit language there is none For the heart's deepest things. 5. Regained. Some say the lark makes sweet division.. Line 279
. ever new...._ Act iii. that in earth's firmament do shine. 1057 MILTON: _Par. Stars. The herald of the morn._ Bk. St. 1054 JAMES RUSSELL LOWELL: _Legend of Brittany. When will the landscape tire the view? 1053 JOHN DYER: _Grongar Hill. so blue and golden. and greet her with his song._ =Lark. ii. And now the herald lark Left his ground-nest. i. Line 490.= The low'ring element Scowls o'er the darken'd landscape 1052 MILTON: _Par. Spake full well.: _Rom.. 1055 LONGFELLOW: _Flowers.SCOTT: _Lay of the Last Minstrel. Lost. =Language._ Pt. One who dwelleth by the castled Rhine. When he called the flowers. ._ Bk.._ Line 102. ii.. whose notes do beat The vaulty heavens. 1056 SHAKS. ._ Canto vi. so high above our heads. high tow'ring to descry The morn's approach. St.= Now hear the lark.
= In law. Sits empress.=Lass. holding both his sides._ =Latin.. O'er thrones and globes elate.= Laughter.._ Line 32.= That soft bastard Latin. 1058 LADY NAIRNE: _The Laird o' Cockpen. 1059 BYRON: _Beppo. Which melts like kisses from a female mouth. =Laughter. And sovereign law. 44. 1060 MILTON: _L'Allegro._ St. Vulcan with awkward grace his office plies. Laws grind the poor. i. and rich men rule the law. 1063 GOLDSMITH: _Traveller. Sc. 1064 SIR WILLIAM JONES: _Ode in Im. what plea so tainted and corrupt. crowning good. 1061 POPE: _Iliad. Obscures the show of evil? 1062 SHAKS._
. And unextinguish'd laughter shakes the skies. of Venice. 2. But. that state's collected will. repressing ill. of Alcoeus._ Bk.: _M. Line 770._ Act iii. =Law. being seasoned with a gracious voice.= A penniless lass wi' a lang pedigree._ Line 386.
Some for renown. Learning unrefin'd.. Sc. the yellow leaf. Like leaves on trees the race of man is found. Sc.: _Macbeth. 3. 1068 SHAKS. Line 181. And with leaves and flowers do cover The friendless bodies of unburied men. 1071 SHAKS. 1.= My way of life Is fall'n into the sere. 1070 YOUNG: _Love of Fame._ Bk."-That is some satire..= "The thrice three Muses mourning for the death Of learning._ Act v. Sc._ Act i..=Leaf--Leaves.: _Hamlet.= Loan oft loses both itself and friend._ Canto i.. 2. 3. 1066 JOHN WEBSTER: _The White Devil.: _Mid.. Sc. 1067 POPE: _Iliad. late deceas'd in beggary. N. And think they grow immortal as they quote. on scraps of learning dote._ Satire i.. Line 166. vi. That oft enlightens to corrupt the mind. =Learning. 1069 FALCONER: _Shipwreck._ Act v. Line 89._ Act v. Since o'er shady groves they hover. Dream.-Now green in youth. Call for the robin-redbreast and the wren. =Lending. 1065 SHAKS. now withering on the ground.
.. keen and critical.
Sc.= My letters! all dead paper. St. mute and white! And yet they seem alive. that betray the heart's deep history. and quivering Against my tremulous hands which loose the string And let them drop down on my knee to-night. =Letters.. To blow on whom I please. _To Cyriack Skinner.--and all the rest is mystery! 1074 LONGFELLOW: _Dedication to Seaside and Fireside. of Venice._ Sonnet xxviii. though blind--had I no better guide. lend it not As to thy friends. In liberty's defence. Kind messages. my noble task. as large a charter as the wind. BROWNING: _Sonnets fr. 3. 1072 SHAKS. 1076 SHAKS. that pass from land to land.-One touch of fire.-Think ye he meant them for a slave?. Kind letters._ Act i. In which we feel the pressure of a hand.. 1077 MILTON: Sonnet xxii. thou mayst with better face Exact the penalties._ St. 1073 MRS.: _M._ Act ii._ Canto iii.: _As You Like It. Who. Content.. (for when did friendship take A breed of barren metal of his friend?) But lend it rather to thine enemy. Portuguese. This thought might lead me through the world's vain mask. You have the letters Cadmus gave. 5.. 86. if he break. 1075 BYRON: _Don Juan. =Liberty. 7. 10._
.= I must have liberty Withal. Sc. Of which all Europe rings from side to side.If thou wilt lend this money.
a lie. 2. 1083 HERBERT: _Temple. and by a flash from Heaven Fires all the faculties with glorious joy. 1081 MILTON: _L'Allegro. like day. 13. 5.. damned lie: Upon my soul. =Life. And then is heard no more: it is a tale Told by an idiot. 1080 BURNS: _Bannockburn. 1078 ADDISON: _Cato.. Nor love thy life. v. Life grows insipid and has lost its relish. A fault which needs it most._ The mountain nymph. Sc. an odious. full of sound and fury.
. but what thou livest. 3.: _Othello. 1079 COWPER: _Task._ Act ii. 1084 SHAKS.. Line 882. Church Porch._ Line 36._ Act v. grows two thereby._ St._ Bk. Nothing can need a lie. nor hate.= You told a lie. Liberty 's in every blow! Let us do or die. Breaks on the soul. =Lies. a wicked lie.When liberty is gone._ Act v. Sc. a poor player.. Liberty. Sc. 1082 SHAKS. Dare to be true.= Life's but a walking shadow.: _Macbeth. Signifying nothing. That struts and frets his hour upon the stage. sweet Liberty.
Or Troy once held. So careless of the single life. 1085 MILTON: _Par. What is life? A thawing iceboard On a sea with sunny shore: Gay we sail. 99. Panting in unchanged strength though waves are changing._ Line 206. how long or short.. of a Wayside Inn. summed-up in its whole amount._ Emma and Eginhard. upon the horizon's verge. Between two worlds. in peace and pride of sway._ Canto xv._ Life's a vast sea That does its mighty errand without fail.Live well. and is divine. it melts beneath us. Our life is scarce the twinkle of a star In God's eternal day. Line 553.
. 1087 BYRON: _Don Juan. St. ix. Help and hindrance. iii. 1089 LONGFELLOW: _T. joy and sorrow? 1086 ROBERT BROWNING: _La Saisiaz. We are sunk and seen no more. permit to Heav'n. Can bribe the poor possession of a day._ Bk. So careful of the type she seems._ Life is the gift of God.._ Bk. 1092 POPE: _Iliad. Line 524.. 1088 BAYARD TAYLOR: _Autumnal Vespers. Must we count Life a curse and not a blessing. Lost. xi._ Bk. 1091 GEORGE ELIOT: _Spanish Gypsy. Life is not to be bought with heaps of gold: Not all Apollo's Pythian treasures hold. 1090 CARLYLE: _Cui Bono. life hovers like a star 'Twixt night and morn.
and spirits. Light.1093 TENNYSON: _In Memoriam._ lv. =Lightning. Line 1._ The light that never was._ Act i. 2.. May I express thee unblam'd? since God is light. That once was mistress of the field and flourish'd.= Swift as a shadow. Dream. Sc. dwelt then in thee. 4. 1097 SWINBURNE: _Eve of Revolution. 1096 WORDSWORTH: _Suggested by a Picture of Peele Castle in a Storm. The consecration. 10. forged by fear and wonder And sleek fierce fraud with hidden knife behind. 1095 BURNS: _The Vision._ St. holy Light! offspring of Heaven first-born! Or of the Eternal coeternal beam._ Bk. and light! to break and melt in sunder All clouds and chains that in one bondage bind Eyes. Lost.. iii. Brief as the lightning in the collied night.= Like the lily. and the Poet's dream.. I'll hang my head and perish. on sea or land.: _Mid. Bright effluence of bright essence increate! 1094 MILTON: _Par. 1098 SHAKS.= Hail._ St. light. hands. short as any dream. But yet the light that led astray Was light from heaven. =Lilies. N. =Light. 1. And never but in unapproached light Dwelt from eternity. St.
and rose up to it._ Act iii. STODDARD: _Abraham Lincoln.= Marlowe's mighty line. Hold.= The lion. Abraham. for what he could not break he bent..-The burden of the Commonwealth.--was laid. not a whit dismayed. 1101 R. which was the human heart. and he went Straight to his mark. too. warriors. 1102 BEN JONSON: _To the Memory of Shakespeare. Introduction to Canto i. if nothing else. he had the art Of winning with his humor._ =Line. 1100 MILTON: _Comus._ Profan'd the God-given strength. that unfought battles won Direct of speech. Upon his back a more than Atlas-load. He stooped. and cunning with the pen. =Lincoln. councillors. with rage To be o'erpowered. great men._ Line 859.H. though the road Shot suddenly downwards. kings! All now give place To this dear benefactor of the Race._ =Lion. And wounds the earth. Chosen for large designs.: _Henry VIII. dying.1099 SHAKS. In twisted braids of lilies knitting The loose train of thy amber-dropping hair. 1. and marr'd the lofty line. Was one of Nature's masterful. whose homely face you look upon. Sc. thrusteth forth his paw.= This man. 1104
. 1103 SCOTT: _Marmion. Wise. Born with strong arms.
When we were first acquent.. John Anderson my jo. 1. Sc.= He was in logic a great critic.. =Lips._ Ch. Your locks were like the raven.= Her lips are roses over-washed with dew._ Act iii. =Locks._ Act v. 1108 SHAKS. and cantie wi' mair.= Contented wi' little. viii. Menaphon's Ecl. Your bonny brow was brent. never shake Thy gory locks at me.: _Richard II. John. 4. Sc. 8. 1106 BURNS: _Contented wi' Little. 1109 BURNS: _John Anderson. No frost their fair. But by her breath her beauties do renew._ =Logic... Or like the purple of Narcissus' flower._ =Little.SHAKS. 1107 GOLDSMITH: _The Hermit. He could distinguish and divide A hair 'twixt south and south-west side. 1105 ROBERT GREENE: _From Menaphon.: _Macbeth._ Man wants but little here below.
. Nor wants that little long.= Thou canst not say I did it. Profoundly skill'd in analytic. no wind doth waste their power. St.
. 2.._ Pt.= London! the needy villain's general home. The common-sewer of Paris and of Rome! With eager thirst. 1114 GOLDSMITH: _Des. Canto i. Line 65. =London. 1113 MOORE: _The Time I've Lost in Wooing. =Looks. Lord of himself. by folly or by fate._ Line 223. 1116 WOTTON: _Character of a Happy Life. St. 2. And having nothing.= I have Immortal longings in me. i.-And folly 's all they've taught me._ Canto i._ Where village statesmen talk'd with looks profound.: _Ant. though not of lands.1110 BUTLER: _Hudibras. yet hath all.= My only books Were woman's looks. And news much older than their ale went round. Sucks in the dregs of each corrupted state..--that heritage of woe! 1115 BYRON: _Lara. Village. Sc._ Act v. 1111 DR. 1112 SHAKS.. =Lord.= Lord of himself. =Longings._ Line 83._
.. JOHNSON: _London. and Cleo.
_ _Song. 2. 1120 SPENSER: _Hymn in Honor of Love. Not gross to sink._ Line 149._ Act i. That it all sordid baseness doth expel._ How could I tell I should love thee to-day.. Such is the power of that sweet passion. 'T will make a tongueless man to woo. which now doth dwell In his high thought. how this spring of love resembleth The uncertain glory of an April day. Too common! Never morning wore To evening but some heart did break. Whom that day I held not dear? How could I know I should love thee away When I did not love thee anear? 1121 JEAN INGELOW: _Supper at the Mill.= That loss is common would not make My own less bitter--rather more. beholding still with constant sight. that would itself excel._ Instruct me now what love will do. but light. And the refined mind doth newly fashion Unto a fairer form. And by and by a cloud takes all away. Inform me next what love will do.= O. St. Sc.: _Venus and A. Admires the mirror of so heavenly light. Which he. =Love.._ Pt.. and will aspire. of V. 1117 TENNYSON: _In Memoriam. 1119 SHAKS.=Loss. 3. vi. Which now shows all the beauty of the sun. Love is a spirit all compact of fire.: _Two Gent.. 1118 SHAKS.
Let those who always loved. Or brain devise. of Love. 'T is better to have loved and lost. 1126 PRIOR: _Henry and Emma. no partnership allows: Cupid averse rejects divided vows. Had we never loved so blindly. I hold it true. death. ii. Teach me besides what love will do. 1129 BURNS: _Song.._ Pt. life._ Let those love now. 1125 PARNELL: _Trans. life's fine centre. what love will do.._ Love is the only good in the world._
. 1124 R. whate'er befall._ Love. hate. 'T will hurt and heal a heart pierc'd through. Mutual love brings mutual delight-Brings beauty. 1128 TENNYSON: _In Memoriam.'T will strangely make a one of two. of Pervigilium Veneris. for love is life._ Pt. St. 1123 ROBERT BROWNING: _Flight of the Duchess. Henceforth be loved as heart can love. We had ne'er been broken-hearted.H. Than never to have loved at all. Never met. includes heart and mind. or hand approve. 17. 1127 OWEN MEREDITH: _Lucile. well thou know'st. 4. Canto i._ Pt. Tell me.. now last. Had we never loved so kindly. xv. 1122 SIR JOHN SUCKLING: _Aph. who never loved before. DANA: _The Dying Raven. I feel it when I sorrow most. Ae Fond Kiss._ Line 590. now love the more. or never parted. St. And love. 'T will quickly mar and make ye too. xxvii.
'T is the highest heaven of pleasure. St.Love in a hut. ii. 194. dust. True love is at home on a carpet. forgive us! cinders. the camp.
. His wing is the fan of a lady. 1130 KEATS: _Lamia. he mounts the warrior's steed. And his arrow is tipp'd with a jewel. And mightily likes his ease. There is no pleasure like the pain Of being loved._ Canto i. 2. In peace. 1133 BYRON: _Don Juan. Is--Love.. 22. 1134 SCOTT: _Lay of the Last Minstrel. Line 1. ashes.-And true love has an eye for a dinner. and saints above._ Canto iii. St.. And shot from a silver string. Is human love the growth of human will? 1131 BYRON: _Lara._ Pt. And men below. In war. 1132 PRAED: _Legend of the Haunted Tree. And starves beneath shady trees. 'T is the storehouse of her joys. in gay attire is seen._ Man's love is of man's life a thing apart. His foot's an invisible thing. For love is heaven and heaven is love. Love rules the court. In hamlets. the grove._ What is love? 't is nature's treasure. In halls. Love tunes the shepherd's reed.. St. 'T is a bliss which never cloys._ Canto ii. Why did she love him? Curious fool! be still. dances on the green. 'T is woman's whole existence.. and loving. 1135 WILLIS: _Love in a Cottage. with water and a crust.
Madness in great ones must not unwatch'd go.: _Hamlet. Sc. 't is like I should forget myself. And moody madness laughing wild Amid severest woe. with insidious joy. if I could. How ill-exchang'd are things like these for thee! How do thy potions. Blest hour! it was a luxury--to be! 1138 COLERIDGE: _Reflections on Having Left a Place of Retirement. 1._ Act iii._
==M. Sc.== =Madness.--what grief should I forget! 1139 SHAKS._ Line 395._ =Man. Sc. 2. 1141 GRAY: _On a Distant Prospect of Eton College.= O. what may man within him hide.= I am not mad. Village. 4.. Though angel on the outward side! 1142
. 1140 SHAKS._ Act iii. =Luxury.--I would to heaven I were! For then. O..: _King John._ Act i. Diffuse their pleasures only to destroy! 1137 GOLDSMITH: _Des.1136 THOMAS CHATTERTON: _The Revenge.= O Luxury! thou curs'd by heaven's decree..
What is man? A foolish baby._ Act i. presume not God to scan. What tho' on hamely fare we dine. and a' that? Gie fools their silks and knaves their wine._ _Man. 2. Another to attend him._
.. A man's a man for a' that! 1147 BURNS: _For a' That and a' That. deserving nothing. that Nature might stand up.. Wear hoddin gray. 1148 HENRY VAUGHAN: _Rules and Lessons. 1143 SHAKS. 2. 1149 WHITTIER: _The Grave by the Lake. One small grave is all he gets.: _Hamlet. "This was a man!" 1144 SHAKS.: _M. Sc. Man is one world. Line 1.._ Act v. 1145 HERBERT: _The Temple. Vainly strives. for M. I shall not look upon his like again. and fights.SHAKS. Caesar. whose youth and fire Cool to a glorious evening. ii. 34. and frets: Demanding all. He was a man. and the elements So mix'd in him. Sc. The proper study of mankind is Man. 5._ Epis._ Act iii. And say to all the world. and hath. His life was gentle. and expire._ Know then thyself. take him for all in all._ St. 1146 POPE: _Essay on Man._ Beyond the poet's sweet dream lives The eternal epic of the man.. 1150 CARLYLE: _Cui Bono.: _Jul._ Man is a summer's day. Sc..
humors turn with climes.= And sleep in dull cold marble. 1151 SHAKS. 1154 BEAUMONT AND FLETCHER: _Philaster._ Act iv. With wind.--
... and clouds._ Act v. =March. Night.= Fit for the mountains and the barb'rous caves. 2. I hear the rushing of the blast.._ =Marriage.: _Henry VIII.. and principles with times._ Epis. 1.= The ancient saying is no heresy. =Marble. 1152 POPE: _Moral Essays. Tenets with books. 3. Manners with fortunes.=Manners. Sc. March! we know thou art Kind-hearted. 1153 SHAKS.: _Tw._ Act iii. out of sight. art nursing April's violets! 1156 HELEN HUNT: _March. spite of ugly looks and threats. and changing skies. Sc.= The stormy March is come at last. i. That through the snowy valleys flies. Sc. but this in marble. 1155 WILLIAM CULLEN BRYANT: _March.._ Ah. Where manners ne'er were preach'd. All your better deeds Shall be in water writ. Line 172. And.
._ Act ii. Sc. 1.
._ Bk._ Sc. 2. 1158 SHAKS. The self-begetting wonder. earthly immortality. Marriage is a matter of more worth Than to be dealt in by attorneyship.H._ Act v.= Life has its martyrs. 1160 MILTON: _Par. wedded love! mysterious law.: _Othello.: _1 Henry VI._ Act ii. Hail. A pale martyr in his shirt of fire. Life's paradise.. Eternity of pleasures. Sc. =Martyrs. 1162 H._ Pt. iv. Sc. 1159 FORD: _Broken Heart.: _M. Marriage is the life-long miracle. BOYESEN: _Calpurnia. 9.= We cannot all be masters. daily fresh. The joys of marriage are the heaven on earth. and as faithful.._ Act i. 1161 SHAKS. true source Of human offspring. as brave. 5. E'en as the martyrs of death. Sinews of concord. of Venice.. 9. 2.Hanging and wiving goes by destiny. 1157 SHAKS. Lost._ Act ii. great princess. 1161 CHARLES KINGSLEY: _Saint's Tragedy. Sc. =Masters. as strong. iv. Line 750.. 1163 ALEXANDER SMITH: _A Life Drama. the soul's quiet.. Sc. nor all masters Cannot be truly followed.
Day's harbinger.. 1." And proved it.. Sc. 1166 BYRON: _Don Juan. that we are underlings. And wave thy shadowy locks of gold. Now the bright morning-star. dear Brutus. and the pale primrose.. But in ourselves. 1168 ERASMUS DARWIN: _L._ Canto ii.Men at some time are masters of their fates: The fault.. who. To see you here before me.--'t was no matter what he said. Sweet May! 1167 HELEN HUNT: _May. As cradled yet in April's lap she lay. Line 307.= The voice of one who goes before.: _Jul. Sweet May! thy radiant form unfold. throws The yellow cowslip. great as my content. 1170 SHAKS. 1. is not in our stars.: _Othello. Comes dancing from the east. Born in yon blaze of orient sky. 1169 MILTON: _Song on May Morning. Unclose thy blue voluptuous eye. 1165 SHAKS._ The new-born May._ =Meeting. is thine. to make The paths of June more beautiful.= When Bishop Berkeley said "there was no matter. Sc._ Act ii.
.= It gives me wonder._ Act i. 2. and leads with her The flowery May. Caesar. of the Plants._ Canto xi. =May. =Matter. St. from her green lap.
. 1172 ROGERS: _To ----.= There 's such a charm in melancholy._ These pleasures. That youth and observation copied there.: _Hamlet._ Sonnet xv. All saws of books. a clear word Is every note he sings.= Remember thee? Yea. 1173 MILTON: _Il Penseroso. pour A thousand melodies unheard before! 1175 ROGERS: _Human Life._ Act i._ Line 175. 1174 GRAY: _Elegy. And I with thee will choose to live. give._ =Memory.Each hour until we meet is as a bird That wings from far his gradual way along The rustling covert of my soul. all forms.--his song Still loudlier trilled through leaves more deeply stirr'd: But at the hour of meeting. The Epitaph. all pressures past. Fair Science frown'd not on his humble birth. touch them but rightly._ =Melodies.. Melancholy. Sc. 1171 DANTE GABRIEL ROSSETTI: _Winged Hours. from the table of my memory I 'll wipe away all trivial fond records. And Melancholy mark'd him for her own.= And feeling hearts. 1176 SHAKS. in Love's own tongue.
as the gentle rain from heaven Upon the place beneath: it is twice bless'd. =Merit. 1180 SHAKS. of Venice. His praise is lost.= Be thou the first true merit to befriend. 1._ Act iv._ Act iv._ =Men. it becomes The throned monarch better than his crown. 1177 WHITTIER: _Knight of St. and him that takes: 'T is mightiest in the mightiest. Its ears are open still. Sc. It droppeth. 42. 1178 GEORGE LINLEY: _Song._ Tho' lost to sight... Sc. Line 274._ Pt. Canto ii. ii. =Midnight. Who will not mercie unto others show.: _M.= The quality of mercy is not strain'd. 1182 POPE: _E. =Mercy. 1. How can he mercy ever hope to have? 1181 SPENSER: _Faerie Queene. on Criticism..=
.= Men are but children of a larger growth. John. 1179 DRYDEN: _All for Love.The eyes of memory will not sleep.. St. v.._ Bk. It blesseth him that gives. And vigils with the past they keep Against my feeble will. who stays till all commend. to mem'ry dear Thou ever wilt remain.
_ Sc. as from a thousand battles. Hangs silent on the purple walls of heaven. Few use the grand prerogative of mind. St. 1188 ROBERT BROWNING: _Paracelsus..= The mind is its own place. That it excels all other bliss That earth affords or grows by kind. Lost. i._ Bk. 2.The iron tongue of midnight hath told twelve:-Lovers to bed. Midnight brought on the dusky hour Friendliest to sleep and silence. N.
._ Bk. 1183 SHAKS. 1187 MILTON: _Par. Dream. =Mind. The bent and broken moon. The divine Milton. Batter'd and black. Line 667.. 1.= That mighty orb of song. Lost._ Essay i. and in itself Can make a Heav'n of Hell. My mind to me a kingdom is. Sc. 1184 MILTON: _Par._ Act v. 45._ Bk. Such present joys therein I find.. 1186 WORDSWORTH: _Excursion. 1189 JANE TAYLOR: _Essays in Rhyme. v. Though man a thinking being is defined. 3._ Sc. i. Line 254. =Milton.: _Mid. a Hell of Heav'n. Measure your mind's height by the shade it casts. 'T is midnight now. 1185 JOAQUIN MILLER: _Ina.. 'tis almost fairy time.
1192 MILTON: _L'Allegro. Sc.= O. heart-easing Mirth.= Sharp misery had worn him to the bones. When to mischief mortals bend their will. thou Goddess fair and free. 17.: _Rom. The mirth and fun grew fast and furious. of the Lock. For sacred ev'n to gods is misery.= More merry tears The passion of loud laughter never shed.. Sc.. 1. amazed and curious. =Mirth.. v.. St.: _Rom. N. p. And by men. 1196 SHAKS. Rawl._ Act v. 1193 BURNS: _Tam o' Shanter.._ Canto iii. As Tammie glow'red._ Act v. 1191 SHAKS.. 125. and Jul. 1197 POPE: _Odyssey. Sc. Dream. Heaven hears and pities hapless men like me._ Bk._ Line 11.1190 EDWARD DYER: _Ms. In heav'n yclept Euphrosyne. =Misery. mischief! thou art swift To enter in the thoughts of desperate men! 1194 SHAKS. Line 572. 1..: _Mid. How soon they find fit instruments of ill! 1195 POPE: _R. Come.
. 1._ Act v._ 85._ =Mischief. and Jul..
Bark when their fellows do.: _Macbeth. And none could be unhappy but the great... like to village curs._ Act iii. =Modesty. stalls.= Hence.= One woe doth tread upon another's heel. Prologue. So fast they follow._ Bk. Such an act That blurs the grace and blush of modesty.._ =Mobs. hence! 1202 SHAKS. 4. cellars.._ Act iv. As if Misfortune made the throne her seat. 1200 SHAKS. 2.= Her looks do argue her replete with modesty. but. Line 704. and sties..: _3 Henry VI.
. Sc.. 4. Sc. 1203 SHAKS. 1199 NICHOLAS ROWE: _Fair Penitent. The rabble all alive. From tippling benches. Swarm in the streets. vi. horrible shadow! Unreal mockery.: _Henry VIII.: _Hamlet. =Mockery. Sc. 1201 COWPER: _Task.=Misfortune. 1198 SHAKS._ Act iii._ Act ii. 7. Sc.= You have many enemies that know not Why they are so..
June.: _Ant. 3.._ Act iv. A lucky chance. and Cleo.= This yellow slave Will knit and break religions. iii. and November.: _Timon of A._ Line 1285.._ 'T is true we've money._ Act ii.: _Hamlet. Sc. Make the hoar leprosy ador'd._ Act i. He had rolled in money like pigs in mud. =Monarchs. Get money. that oft decides the fate Of mighty monarchs. April. bless the accurs'd._ Act iii. 1205 SHAKS. No matter by what means. th' only power That all mankind falls down before.. 1209 BUTLER: _Hudibras. 4.
. 1210 BEN JONSON: _Every Man in His Humour. place thieves. With senators on the bench. 1208 Hood: _Miss Kilmansegg... =Money. =Months. 3.. All the rest have thirty-one. Line 1327. knee. And give them title.= A morsel for a monarch. Sc. 1207 SHAKS. still get money.1204 SHAKS. Canto ii.= Thirty days hath September. Sc.. and approbation. 1206 THOMSON: _Seasons._ Pt. 5. boy. Summer.. Sc.
Line 604._ Bk. How like a queen comes forth the lonely Moon From the slow opening curtains of the clouds. 30. shall outlive this powerful rhyme._ =Mood.= Anon they move In perfect phalanx.. unveil'd her peerless light.= Not marble. in fine. Hesperus. i. And o'er the dark her silver mantle threw._
. 1213 MILTON: _Par. =Moon.: _Sonnet 55. 1215 MILTON: _Par..= Now glow'd the firmament With living sapphires. that led The starry host. 1211 _Common in the New England States. 1214 SCOTT: _Lady of the Lake. Rising in clouded majesty._ Canto v. rode brightest. iv. Line 549. Till leap year gives it twenty-nine. till the Moon. Apparent queen. And fierce as Frenzy's fever'd blood. nor the gilded monuments Of princes. St._ Bk. Lost. 1212 SHAKS. at length. to the Dorian mood Of flutes and soft recorders. Lost. Walking in beauty to her midnight throne! 1216 GEORGE CROLY: _Diana.Excepting February alone: Which hath but twenty-eight._ =Monuments. Fantastic as a woman's mood.
_ Bk. Lord._ Bk. And unawares Morality expires. With charm of earliest birds.= See how the morning opes her golden gates. Trimm'd like a younker. Night wanes--the vapors round the mountains curl'd Melt into morn._ Act i. Sweet is the breath of Morn.. The moon is carried off in purple fire: Day breaks at last. and light awakes the world. Sc. veils her sacred fires.. iv. 1. iv.: _3 Henry VI. prancing to his love. St._ Act ii. =Morning. 1217 JOHN LOWE: _Mary's Dream. Line 641. And takes her farewell of the glorious sun! How well resembles it the prime of youth.. 1221 BYRON: _Lara. her rising sweet.The moon had climb'd the highest hill Which rises o'er the source of Dee. 1218 POPE: _Dunciad._ Canto ii.
. 1220 MILTON: _Par.. Lost._ =Morality.. 1219 SHAKS. 1222 ROBERT BROWNING: _Return of the Druses. 1. Line 649. 1223 WATTS: _Psalm_ v.= Religion blushing. in the morning thou shalt hear My voice ascending high. And from the eastern summit shed Her silver light on tower and tree.
Harold. 1226 JAMES RUSSELL LOWELL: _Legend of Brittany. And by its weakness overcomes. Doth. but the hum Of human cities torture.= All. as a vapor. St. too. =Mounting. 1227 COLERIDGE: _The Three Graves. 1229 BYRON: _Ch. St.: _King John. that in this world is great or gay. when he leaves The world._ =Mountains._ Canto iii. The holiest thing alive._ Pt. 43. Sc. vanish and decay. and. 1228 ROBERT BROWNING: _Rudel To The Lady of Tripoli..= A woman's love Is mighty. 1225 SHAKS. ii. 72.
.= I know a mount. last.= I mount and mount toward the sky._ Line 55._ Act iv. =Mother. the gracious Sun perceives First when he visits._ And to me High mountains are a feeling. We cannot hold mortality's strong hand. 2.. but a mother's heart is weak.. 1224 SPENSER: _Ruins of Time. A mother is a mother still. it repays The day-long glory of his steadfast gaze By no change of its large calm front of snow.=Mortality. vainly favored.
_ Act i. The roaring streams wax white with snow. Above me ever broadning skies._ Act iv. And so from cliff to cliff I rise. 1232 BYRON: _Don Juan.= The man that hath no music in himself. so we die well: and can that man that does so Need lamentation for him? 1231 BEAUMONT AND FLETCHER: _Valentinian. But tardy justice will o'ertake the crime. 1233 SHAKS.: _Hamlet. hid peaks glow. surely nothing dies but something mourns.= We must all die! All leave ourselves._ Canto iii. Nor is not mov'd with concord of sweet sounds. strange. Sc. The eagle's heart is mine. Ah.= Murder most foul. But this most foul.. The air is frosty clear. and unnatural. The eagle's nest draws near. Murder may pass unpunish'd for a time. 1234 DRYDEN: _Cock and Fox. 1230 HAMLIN GARLAND: _Mounting. =Murder.
. Sc..The eagle's heart is mine. 4. St._ Line 285. The blue sky widens. when. 108. I ride to put the clouds a-by Where silver lakelets shine. it matters not where._ =Mourning.. Below the rivers shine. Nor how. 5. as in the best it is. =Music.
. Music's golden tongue Flatter'd to tears this aged man and poor._ St. Possest beyond the Muse's painting. And his affections dark as Erebus: Let no such man be trusted. stratagems. 3. Cecilia's Day._ Line 362. The motions of his spirit are dull as night. Exulting. And antedate the bliss above. 1236 KEATS: _Eve of St.. And fate's severest rage disarm. 7. Throng'd around her magic cell. While yet in early Greece she sung. Music the fiercest grief can charm. heavenly maid._ St. 1239 COLLINS: _The Passions. And. trembling. Till wak'd and kindled by the master's spell. By magic numbers and persuasive sound. of Venice. The soul of music slumbers in the shell. 1. Music can soften pain to ease. Music has charms to soothe the savage breast. Agnes. or bend the knotted oak. was young. And feeling hearts--touch them but rightly--pour A thousand melodies unheard before. To soften rocks. 1237 CONGREVE: _Mourning Bride. Our joys below it can improve. When Music._ Act v. to hear her shell. raging. have been inform'd. 1238 POPE: _Ode on St. as with living souls. Sc. 1.: _M. A few can touch the magic string. and spoils.Is fit for treasons. Sc.. fainting. 1240 ROGERS: _Human Life. The Passions oft. And make despair and madness please._ Line 1. I've read that things inanimate have mov'd. 1235 SHAKS._ Act i.
and how friendless thy grace! 1245 OWEN MEREDITH: _Lucile. Who hath not owned. and she glides Into his darker musings.. and Jul.. that steals away Their sharpness. ii. for his gayer hours She has a voice of gladness. Line 5. The power of grace. 28.. And how light is thy heart._ Act ii. =Nature. Canto v. 2.. To him who in the love of Nature holds Communion with her visible forms. with rapture-smitten frame. of Hope._ Pt. 1244 BARRY CORNWALL: _Above and Below. Alas for those that never sing._ Pt.: _Rom._ O Nature. i. with a mild And healing sympathy. and loves her best. she speaks A various language. 1242 SHAKS.= What's in a name? That which we call a rose By any other name would smell as sweet. But die with all their music in them! 1241 OLIVER WENDELL HOLMES: _The Voiceless. the magic of a name? 1243 CAMPBELL: _Pl.And noisy Fame is proud to win them. Sc.= Nature ever yields reward To him who seeks. 1246
. St. ere he is aware. how fair is thy face..== =Name. and a smile And eloquence of beauty._
= The wave is breaking on the shore. 1249 SPRAGUE: _Curiosity._ Act i. with all his grand discoveries recent.: _2 Henry IV. St. Remember'd knolling a departing friend.. fires.WILLIAM CULLEN BRYANT: _Thanatopsis. Sc. forgeries. "Let Newton be!" and all was light. =New Year._ =News--Newspapers. deaths. and wrecks." 1251 BYRON: _Don Juan. Turn to the press--its teeming sheets survey. That he himself felt only "like a youth Picking up shells by the great ocean--Truth. 1247 SHAKS. and his tongue Sounds ever after as a sullen bell. alas! Declared. 1250 POPE: _Epitaph intended for Sir Isaac Newton. Harangues and hailstones. 5._ Canto vii. and weddings. while good news baits.._ Line 1538._ =Newton. Evil news rides post._ Newton (that proverb of the mind). Births. Big with the wonders of each passing day. brawls and broken necks.-The echo fading from the chime-Again the shadow moveth o'er The dial-plate of time! 1252
..= The first bringer of unwelcome news Hath but a losing office. 1248 MILTON: _Samson Agonistes. 1.= Nature and Nature's laws lay hid in night: God said.
_ =Night.= Dark night. 1256 GEORGE ELIOT: _Spanish Gypsy.. Dream. SIGOURNEY: _Niagara._ Bk. Line 409. the woods to roam. Love. night upon the palms._ =Niagara. 1253 MRS._ Bk. Sc. over deep and height._ Night is the time to weep. fowls in their clay nests were couch'd.. love all alone.. 1254 SHAKS.. that from the eye his function takes. 1257 ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON: _The Feast of Famine._
. 1258 JAMES MONTGOMERY: _The Issues of Life and Death.: _Mid. Night. 1255 MILTON: _Par. Now began Night with her sullen wing to double-shade The desert. starry night. i. To wet with unseen tears Those graves of memory where sleep The joys of other years. Awful Night! Ancestral mystery of mysteries. love in the valley. Regained. night it is. The ear more quick of apprehension makes. iv. . God hath set His rainbow on thy forehead.= Flow on for ever in thy glorious robe Of terror and of beauty. 2. night it is. And now wild beasts came forth. the land wind has blown._ Act iii. Night.WHITTIER: _The New Year. Starry. and the cloud Mantles around thy feet. N.
_ For he who is honest is noble. that on yon bloomy spray Warblest at eve.: _M. would be thought No better a musician than the wren. 1262 ALICE CARY: _Nobility._ Act v._ =Nobility. 1263 POPE: _Essay on Man. 1261 LONGFELLOW: _Tales of a Wayside Inn.=Nightingale._ Epis.= Ask where's the north? at York.. When every goose is cackling. 1260 MILTON: _Sonnet 1. Line 222. yet nobler by great deeds. or the Lord knows where.= The nightingale. How many things by season season'd are To their right praise._ =North. 't is on the Tweed.= Next was November. Thou with fresh hope the lover's heart dost fill. O Nightingale. For he had been a-fatting hogs of late. That yet his brows with sweat did reek and steam. At Greenland. 1264
. of Venice. Sc. and there. Zembla. =November. at the Orcades. Whatever his fortunes or birth. Emma and Eginhard. ii. if she should sing by day..= Noble by birth. he full gross and fat As fed with lard. and that right well might seem. 1. when all the woods are still. In Scotland. and true perfection! 1259 SHAKS.
==O. 2. CHORLEY: _The Brave Old Oak. St. and Cleo..: _Ant. and so dream all night without a stir. Canto vii. branch-charmed by the earnest stars. Which to the tune of flutes kept stroke. As amorous of their strokes. 1267 KEATS: _Hyperion. 1266 POPE: _Prologue to the Satires.= The oars were silver. From every stormy cloud._ =Oars._ Line 127.== =Oak._ Act ii. Dream. vii.. i. and made The water which they beat to follow faster. 1265 RUSKIN: _The Months. for the numbers came.= Those green-robed senators of mighty woods. nor yet a fool to fame. A song to the oak..= As yet a child. 40. the brave old oak. 1269 SHAKS._ =Numbers. descends amain._ Bk. Who hath ruled in the greenwood long! 1268 HENRY F. Tall oaks. =Oaths.SPENSER: _Faerie Queene.=
. Sc.. I lisp'd in numbers. In rattling showers dark November's rain.
=Ocean.. that is vow'd true.--upon the watery plain The wrecks are all thy deed. for a moment. Oaths were not purpos'd.: _King John. Obedience is the Christian's crown. =Observation.
. 1270 SHAKS. save his own.._ Canto iv..= For he is but a bastard to the time That doth not smack of observation... Without a grave. unknell'd. 1. 1271 BUTLER: _Hudibras. He sinks into thy depths with bubbling groan.. 1273 SCHILLER: _Fight with the Dragon. Line 197. Harold. To keep the good and just in awe.. 24. like a drop of rain. 1. 1274 SHAKS. 179._ Act i. Sc. thou deep and dark blue Ocean--roll! Ten thousand fleets sweep over thee in vain. more than law. 1272 SHAKS.: _All 's Well. Sc. 2.'T is not the many oaths that make the truth. But the plain single vow._ Act v. Sc.: _2 Henry VI. in a pinfold. ii. When._ Pt. Canto ii. nor doth remain A shadow of man's ravage._ St. But to confine the bad and sinful. 1275 BYRON: _Ch. uncoffin'd. =Obedience. Man marks the earth with ruin--his control Stops with the shore.= Let them obey that know not how to rule._ Act iv. St. and unknown.= Roll on. Like moral cattle.
now Warms the low spot._ October's foliage yellows with his cold. the birchen bough Drops its bright spoil like arrow-heads of gold. Its plunge and hiss upon the pebbled shore. yet detest the offence.: _As You Like It. =Old Age._ =Offence. For in my youth I never did apply Hot and rebellious liquors in my blood._ Act iv.. Nor did not with unbashful forehead woo The means of weakness and debility: Therefore my age is as a lusty winter. And he could hear its multitudinous roar.= In such a time as this. 3. upon its grassy mould The purple oak-leaf falls. stretched in liquid light..: _Jul. Sc. Caesar.= Though I look old. 1866._ Line 506. =October. Sc.= The sweet calm sunshine of October. And love the offender. but kindly._ Line 192._ Act ii. 1277 WILLIAM CULLEN BRYANT: _October. 1276 GEORGE ELIOT: _Legend of Jubal. 1278 RUSKIN: _The Months. 1280 POPE: _Eloisa to A. 1279 SHAKS..
. yet I am strong and lusty. 3. it is not meet That every nice offence should bear his comment.One height Showed him the ocean. Frosty. 1281 SHAKS.
1285 SHAKS. at law.= Thence to the famous orators repair. Thou sett'st the wolf where he the lamb may get.: _Pericles. and fulmined over Greece. 'T is thou that spurn'st at right. that makes us scan The outward habit by the inward man. of Lucrece. iii. 2. Whoever plots the sin. Sc. =Oracle._ =Opinion. thou point'st the season. whose resistless eloquence Wielded at will that fierce democracy.: _R.When he is forsaken.= Opinion's but a fool.= O Opportunity! thy guilt is great: 'T is thou that execut'st the traitor's treason. 1284 BUTLER: _Hudibras. Canto iii. He that complies against his will Is of his own opinion still..
. And when I ope my lips. let no dog bark! 1286 SHAKS. Sc._ Act i.. =Opportunity. What can an old man do but die? 1282 HOOD: _Ballad. Shook the Arsenal. Those ancient. Line 547._ Act ii. at reason._ Pt. Withered and shaken.. of Venice. 1283 SHAKS.: _M. =Oratory..= I am Sir Oracle._ Line 876. 1.
: _M._ Epis. iv.. of Venice. Which gives the stern'st good-night. iv._ _Nature's Lesson.
==P. but who infers from hence That such are happier. Regained._ Act iii. 1287 MILTON: _Par. 1291 SHAKS. 1289 SHAKS. greater than the rest. Line 49._
.To Macedon. and must be. =Owl.= It was the owl that shriek'd. =Ornament.= Thus ornament is but the guiled shore To a most dangerous sea.= Order is heav'n's first law. =Order. Line 267. more wise. Pain is no longer pain when it is past. Sc. More rich. shocks all common sense. PRESTON: _Sonnet.= Pain pays the income of each precious thing.: _R. 2... the fatal bellman. 1290 SHAKS. Sc. of Lucrece. and this confest..== =Pain. Some are._ Bk. 2._ Act ii. 1288 POPE: _Essay on Man._ Line 334. 1292 MARGARET J.: _Macbeth. and Artaxerxes' throne.
2.= No hammers fell. 1298 KEBLE: _Burial of the Dead. =Palm. Like some tall palm the mystic fabric sprung.= With hue like that when some great painter dips His pencil in the gloom of earthquake and eclipse.The sad mechanic exercise Like dull narcotics numbing pain.-"Pan is dead! great Pan is dead! Pan._
. BROWNING: _The Dead Pan. St.. 23._ v._ Canto v. Prologue. =Paradise._ =Pan. 1297 GOLDSMITH: _The Captivity. 1295 HEBER: _Palestine.= And they heard the words it said. in faith to muse How grows in Paradise our store.._ =Pang.= And even the pang preceding death Bids expectation rise.= 'T is sweet. St. as year by year we lose Friends out of sight. 1294 SHELLEY: _Revolt of Islam. =Painter. Pan is dead!" 1296 MRS. 1293 TENNYSON: _In Memoriam._ Act ii. no ponderous axes rung.
1304 JOHN FLETCHER: _The Nice Valour.: _Two Gent.. 1299 DRYDEN: _Conquest of Granada... 1303 BYRON: _Ch.= What! gone without a word? Ay.. to grace it.= Great families of yesterday we show. 10. =Passion. 1301 SHAKS. it is they Who stay behind that suffer. Passions are likened best to floods and streams: The shallow murmur. =Parents._ Pt.
. 1300 DEFOE: _True-Born Englishman. I.=Pardon. than words. 3. Sc. Such partings break the heart they fondly hope to heal. whose parents were the Lord knows who. 1302 LONGFELLOW: _Michael Angelo. but the deep are dumb. Harold._ Pt._ Canto i. i.= Fountain heads and pathless groves. Sc. They who go Feel not the pain of parting.. ii.._ Act iii. =Parting. St. Act i._ Act ii. of V. 2. Line 1.._ Pt. Sc.= Forgiveness to the injured does belong. 2. so true love should do: it cannot speak. Places which pale passion loves. i. And lords. But they ne'er pardon who have done the wrong. For truth hath better deeds..
but by degrees? 1308 SHAKS.
._ Pt. 1309 SHAKS. The. ii.: _Othello. And victor over all That tyranny or fortune can inflict. 1311 LONGFELLOW: _Michael Angelo.. Build thee more stately mansions._ Act iv. somewhere._ =Patience. There are times when patience proves at fault..= Over the trackless past. 3. thou young and rose-lipp'd cherubim._ Act ii. that have not patience! What wound did ever heal. Sc. 2. Lie the lost days of our tropic youth.: _Othello.= How poor are they. the trial of their fortitude. Patience is more oft the exercise Of saints. Patience is a plant That grows not in all gardens. Only regained by faith and prayer._ =Past. As the swift seasons roll! Leave thy low-vaulted past! 1307 OLIVER WENDELL HOLMES: _Chambered Nautilus. Making them each his own deliverer. Patience._ Last St. Only recalled by prayer and plaint: Each lost day has its patron saint. 1310 MILTON: _Samson Agonistes._ Line 1287. O my soul.. 1306 BRET HARTE: _The Lost Galleon.1305 SIR WALTER RALEIGH: _Silent Lover. 4. Sc.
O Union. one land.= Strike--for your altars and your fires. O Ship of State! Sail on. 1317 SHAKS. From every mountain side Let freedom ring.
._ Act iv._ My country. For then both parties nobly are subdued. 't is of thee._ Sc. Sc. Have no delight to pass away the time.: _2 Henry IV. =Patriotism. and your native land! 1313 FITZ-GREENE HALLECK: _Marco Bozzaris. I. strong and great! Humanity with all its fears. 2. One Nation evermore! 1314 OLIVER WENDELL HOLMES: _Voyage of the Good Ship Union._ =Peace.-Of thee I sing: Land where my fathers died. 1315 SAMUEL F.1312 ROBERT BROWNING: _Paracelsus. Land of the pilgrims' pride._ Sail on. one heart. one hand.. With all the hopes of future years. Sweet land of liberty. Is hanging breathless on thy fate! 1316 LONGFELLOW: _Building of the Ship. in this weak piping time of peace. SMITH: _National Hymn. 3. God._ One flag. And neither party loser.= A peace is of the nature of a conquest. Strike--for the green graves of your sires..
1324 WORDSWORTH: _Excursion. 2. 1319 ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON: _The Woodman.._ Bk.= Go boldly forth. Peace was on the earth and in the air. No less renowned than war. 1321 WILLIAM CULLEN BRYANT: _The Ages. And ever bare upon the board Lies the necessary sword. =People. 30. who extol
. 1323 BULWER-LYTTON: _Richelieu. =Pearls._ Act i. The pen is mightier than the sword.: _Richard III._ =Pen. my simple lay._ Act ii. A miscellaneous rabble.Unless to see my shadow in the sun. Why prate of peace? when. We clank in harness into hall. warriors all. This dull product of a scoffer's pen. Whose accents flow with artless ease. Sc.. 1318 SHAKS..= Beneath the rule of men entirely great. 1320 MILTON: Sonnet xvi._ St. Sc. 1322 SIR WILLIAM JONES: _A Persian Song of Hafiz._ Peace hath her victories. 1. Like orient pearls at random strung.= And what the people but a herd confus'd. ii.
vii. Line 49. since first the world begun. 2. well weigh'd. =Perseverance.. is to hang Quite out of fashion. 1329 POPE: _Iliad.. Regained. They say. Sc.._ Act i._ Act iii. 2. to-day. 1328 SHAKS.= He from whose lips divine persuasion flows. sir.. Sc. Sc.= Petition me no petitions..Things vulgar. and Jul.. 2. =Persuasion._ Bk.= Perseverance. and. =Petitions. dear my lord.. Let other hours be set apart for business._ Bk. Sc. Line 143. 1326 SHAKS. 3. and Cress._ Act i._ Act ii. like a rusty mail In monumental mockery. Keeps honor bright.= At lovers' perjuries. scarce worth the praise? 1325 MILTON: _Par. 1327 SHAKS.
.: _Rom.: _Troil.= One fairer than my love! the all-seeing sun Ne'er saw her match. iii.. and Jul. 1330 FIELDING: _Tom Thumb the Great. Jove laughs. To have done..: _Rom. =Perfection. =Perjury.
1332 SHAKS. 4. 1336 COLERIDGE: _Hymn in the Vale of Chamouni. =Pilot. Expose thyself to feel what wretches feel.= How charming is divine Philosophy! Not harsh and crabbed. Sc. And men get money by devotion.. And a perpetual feast of nectar'd sweets. =Physic.: _King Lear._ =Pines. But musical as is Apollo's lute. pomp. =Piety. 1331 MILTON: _Comus. Take physic.= Oh pilot._
. As well as making of a motion? 1334 BUTLER: _Misc. Sc. Where no crude surfeit reigns.= Throw physic to the dogs. 3. a trade.: _Macbeth. Thoughts._ Line 476._ Act v. as dull fools suppose. I'll none of it. 'tis a fearful night! There's danger on the deep.= Why should not piety be made._ Line 295.=Philosophy._ Act iii.= Risest from forth thy silent sea of pines.. As well as equity. 1333 SHAKS. 1335 THOMAS HAYNES BAYLY: _The Pilot.
Sept.= The fittest place where man can die Is where he dies for man! 1340 MICHAEL J. and revenge. 2._ Act iii.= The play 's the thing Wherein I'll catch the conscience of the king._ Act ii. Sc. =Place. 19. 2.
. 1337 BYRON: _The Island. glorious in a pipe When tipp'd with amber._ Line 161.. And none but tyrants use it cruelly.: _Hamlet. and ripe.. Sc. St. mellow.: _Troil. Village._ =Play. 1341 SHAKS. =Pity. to the voice Of any true decision. Sc.. His pity gave ere charity began.: _Timon of A. 5. =Pleasure. Careless their merits or their faults to scan.=Pipe._ Canto ii. 1339 GOLDSMITH: _Des. rich. BARRY: _The Dublin Nation. 1338 SHAKS. 1342 SHAKS...= Divine in hookas. and Cress.= Pleasure. Have ears more deaf than adders. 28. 1844.= Pity is the virtue of the law._ Act ii..
then sinks the soul as low. Church Porch._ Line 97. Poets are all who love. 1343 THOMSON: _Castle of Indolence._ Sc. i. God is the PERFECT POET._ St. A verse may find him who a sermon flies.. Feast._ Canto i. Pleasure must succeed to pleasure. For few do write that were not so before._ Bk. 1348 HERBERT: _Temple. 1. Thoughts. Soon he sooth'd his soul to pleasures._ Softly sweet. Who in creation acts his own conceptions. else past pleasure turns to pain._ Line 170. nor hopes to find A heaven save in his worship. in Lydian measures. =Poetry--Poets. 63.= It is not poetry that makes men poor. St.But not e'en pleasure to excess is good: What most elates._ Line 441. And tell them. its bloom is shed. You seize the flower. 1344 ROBERT BROWNING: _La Saisiaz. 1350 GEORGE ELIOT: _Spanish Gypsy. and the truth of truths is love. 1349 BAILEY: _Festus. And turn delight into a sacrifice. But pleasures are like poppies spread. _Another and a Better World. who feel great truths. 1345 BURNS: _Tam o' Shanter.
. 1346 DRYDEN: _Alex._ The poor poet Worships without reward. 1347 BUTLER: _Misc.
1352 KEATS: _Epis. 1356 POPE: _Iliad. Decline the head.= O._ Sc. and eternal praise. Or as the dial to the sun. Blot out the epic's stately rhyme.-The poets who on earth have made us heirs Of truth and pure delight. Sweet are the pleasures that to verse belong. he sits high in all the people's hearts:
. overcharg'd with rain._ Blessings be with them._ Bk. So "Bonnie Doon" but tarry. viii. to George Felton Mathews. And doubly sweet a brotherhood in song.1351 ROBERT BROWNING: _Paracelsus._ =Pomp.-So sinks the youth. =Popularity. Line 371. Who gave us nobler loves and nobler cares. 2.._ =Pole. But spare his "Highland Mary"! 1355 WHITTIER: _Lines on Burns_ =Poppies.= As full-blown poppies.= True as the needle to the pole. 1354 BARTON BOOTH: _Song. 1353 WORDSWORTH: _Personal Talk.= Give lettered pomp to teeth of Time. by heavenly lays. and drooping kiss the plain.
but being lacked and lost.. Sc.. like richest alchymy._ Act v. 2. and Jul.. Bareheaded. 3. Most wretched men Are cradled into poetry by wrong. Will change to virtue and to worthiness._ Act i._ Act i.
.. which would appear offence in us. Line 689.= My poverty.: _Much Ado. but not my will. 1._ Line 485._ In ev'ry sorrowing soul I pour'd delight.And that. 1359 SHAKS. And paid the salutations of the crowd. They learn in suffering what they teach in song.: _Jul. 1357 SHAKS. Caesar. Whiles we enjoy it. Sc. 1361 SHAKS.. 1. Sc. iii. then we find The virtue that possession would not show us Whiles it was ours. Why then we rack the value._ Act iv. Sc._ Bk. 1358 DRYDEN: _Palamon and Arcite. consents. popularly low he bow'd. His countenance. 1362 DRYDEN: _Wife of Bath. Want gives to know the flatterer from the friend. =Poverty. Instead of having it astride of you. =Possession.: _Rom. If we from wealth to poverty descend.= What we have we prize not to the worth. Possession means to sit astride of the world. 1363 SHELLEY: _Julian and Maddalo. 1360 CHARLES KINGSLEY: _Saint's Tragedy..
= What can power give more than food and drink.: _All 's Well. That they should take who have the power._ Act v. Makes the remembrance dear._ =Prairie. the simple plan._ Line 201. Line 505. And without sneering teach the rest to sneer.-Low in the light the prairie lies Rapt in a dream of God. assent with civil leer. 1364 POPE: _Odyssey. xvii. Sc. and not be bound to think? 1365 DRYDEN: _Medal..
. And they should keep who can. The good old rule Sufficeth them..-No footprint dints the sod. To live at ease. 1367 JOHN HAY: _The Prairie. No accent wounds the reverent air.= Far in the East like low-hung clouds The waving woodlands lie.And poverty stood smiling in my sight._ Line 235._ Bk. Damn with faint praise. 3.= Praising what is lost. 1369 POPE: _Prologue to the Satires. =Power. 1366 WORDSWORTH: _Rob Roy's Grave._ =Praise. Far in the West the glowing plain Melts warmly in the sky. 1368 SHAKS.
I would not cease To weary him with my assiduous cries. Sc. Line 307. 1373 MRS. 1371 MILTON: _Par. If by prayer Incessant I could hope to change the will Of him who all things can.= Let never day nor night unhallowed pass. And thrusts the thing we have prayed for in our face. BROWNING: _Aurora Leigh._ Act ii. God answers sharp and sudden on some prayers. ii. He prayeth best who loveth best All things both great and small. 1374 TENNYSON: _Morte d'Arthur._ Line 247. vii. But still remember what the Lord hath done. A gauntlet with a gift in 't. For the dear God who loveth us. 1.=Prayer. He made and loveth all. And as a dying man to dying men. Lost. But prayer against his absolute decree No more avails than breath against the wind Blown stifling back on him that breathes it forth: Therefore to his great bidding I submit._ Bk._ Pt. xi. =Preaching. More things are wrought by prayer Than this world dreams of. 1372 COLERIDGE: _Ancient Mariner. 1370 SHAKS.._
. 1375 RICHARD BAXTER: _Love Breathing Thanks and Praise.: _2 Henry VI...= I preached as never sure to preach again._ Bk.
_ =Priest. Like the patriarch's angel hold it fast Till it gives its blessing."_ =Pride. and are the proud man's fees.= No nightly trance or breathed spell Inspires the pale-eyed priest from the prophetic cell. 1380 MILTON: _Hymn on Christ's Nativity. Sc. =Primrose. 1379 COLERIDGE: _The Devil's Thoughts. =Press.= Pride hath no other glass To show itself. 1377 JOSEPH STORY: _Motto of the "Salem Register.: _Troil. 1381
. 1378 SHAKS. for his darling sin Is pride that apes humility. Unaw'd by influence and unbrib'd by gain._ Act iii. but pride. and Cress. 34.._ St._ Line 173. 3. And the Devil did grin. And it was nothing more..=Present. the Present is all thou hast For thy sure possessing. 1376 WHITTIER: _My Soul and I.= A primrose by a river's brim A yellow primrose was to him.= The Present.= Here shall the Press the People's right maintain. for supple knees Feed arrogance.
" For. from Prison. 3. Apology for his Book.. others said. St.= Procrastination is the thief of time: Year after year it steals. Caesar. =Printing. 12.WORDSWORTH: _Peter Bell._ =Prison. "It might do good".= When these prodigies Do so conjointly meet. Some said._ Night i.= Blest be the gracious Power. And to the mercies of a moment leaves The vast concerns of an eternal scene. =Prodigies. i. who taught mankind To stamp a lasting image of the mind! 1382 CRABBE: _The Library.: _Jul._ iv. let not men say "These are their reasons. Minds innocent and quiet. 1385 YOUNG: _Night Thoughts.. 1386 SHAKS._ Pt. they are portentous things Unto the climate that they point upon.= Stone walls do not a prison make.--They are natural. till all are fled. I believe. print it". Line 393." 1383 BUNYAN: _Pilgrim's Progress. others said. "No." Some said._ Act i. "Not so.. Sc. take That for an hermitage.
. 1384 LOVELACE: _To Althea._ Line 69. =Procrastination. Nor iron bars a cage. "John.
The evening beam that smiles the cloud away.= Give me the ocular proof._ Act iii. so prove it. That palter with us in a double sense: That keep the word of promise to our ear And break it to our hope.. St. 8.= Yet I doubt not thro' the ages one increasing purpose runs. Sc. To hang a doubt on.._ Be thou the rainbow to the storms of life. =Proof._ Act v. And the thoughts of men are widen'd with the process of the suns. or. =Promise._ St. 1388 SHAKS.=Progress.. at the least. 1390 CAMPBELL: _Lochiel's Warning. 1387 TENNYSON: _Locksley Hall. 1389 SHAKS. 69.: _Othello. Sc._ Canto ii. That the probation bear no hinge.: _Macbeth. * * * * * Make me to see 't. And tints to-morrow with prophetic ray! 1391 BYRON: _Bride of Ab. 3. nor loop.
. =Prose.= Coming events cast their shadows before.. =Prophecy.= And be these juggling fiends no more believ'd.= And he whose fustian's so sublimely bad. 20.
.It is not poetry. Sc._ Bk.._ Canto iii.: _Wint. warbler of poetic prose. What in me is dark
.. And Sidney. to Satires. Thoughts. =Proselytes.= Prosperity's the very bond of love.= As distant prospects please us. 1393 COWPER: _Task. but prose run mad. 1398 SHAKS. Surer to prosper than prosperity Could have assured us. Line 514._ Line 315._ Act v. and whose heart together Affliction alters. ii. =Prosperity. 1397 MILTON: _Par. 1392 POPE: _Prol. 1396 SHAKS. Lost.= The greatest saints and sinners have been made Of proselytes of one another's trade. 1394 BUTLER: _Misc.. 1395 SAMUEL GARTH: _Dispensatory._ Line 186. Whose fresh complexion._ Bk. Line 27. Line 39. Sc._ Act iv.: _Hamlet. =Prospects. Tale. 3.. iv. 2.= There's a special providence in the fall of a sparrow. =Providence. but when near We find but desert rocks and fleeting air.
. and what denies? 1400 POPE: _Essay on Man. her eyes both gone astray To watch yon amorous couple in their play._ =Prudence. with lappet-head and mincing airs. Alike in what it gives. So as not either to provoke.Illumine._ Epis. 1404 COWPER: _Truth. i. provoked. what is low raise and support. I may assert Eternal Providence And justify the ways of God to men. Where passion leads or prudence points the way. With bony and unkerchief'd neck defies The rude inclemency of wintry skies. Line 205. i. whose wither'd features show She might be young some forty years ago.
._ Bk. That._ Bk. i. 1401 COWPER: _A Fable. Moral. 'T is Providence alone secures In every change both mine and yours. Her head erect. to the height of this great argument._ i. 1403 ROBERT LOWTH: _Choice of Hercules. Line 22. Lost.= Yon ancient prude. Lost. =Prudery. Her elbows pinion'd close upon her hips. Who finds not Providence all good and wise.. or dread New war._ Line 13. her fan upon her lips. Line 643. Duly at chink of bell to morning prayers. And sails. 1399 MILTON: _Par. 1402 MILTON: _Par.= Henceforth His might we know. Her eyebrows arch'd. and know our own..
_ Bk._ St.. i._ Act iii. Canto i. 3. 1407 BYRON: _Siege of Corinth. Sc. Was beat with fist instead of a stick. ii. =Purity. Line 699.
. 1409 SHAKS. 't is something._ Act i. =Purpose.. =Pygmies.= 'Tis said the lion will turn and flee From a maid in the pride of her purity. and to thy speed.. drum ecclesiastick. 'Twas mine. add wings. That no compunctious visitings of nature Shake my fell purpose.: _Othello. Lost. =Purse.= Make thick my blood. Line 11. 'tis his. 1406 MILTON: _Par. 5. False fugitive. Sc.= Back to thy punishment. Stop up the access and passage to remorse. 21.=Pulpit. nothing.. and has been slave to thousands. =Punishment.= Who steals my purse steals trash.= And pulpit. 1408 SHAKS._ Pt. 1405 BUTLER: _Hudibras.: _Macbeth.= Pygmies are pygmies still. though percht on Alps.
1414 HOOD: _All Round my Hat.= Beware Of entrance to a quarrel: but._ Act iv. A hat that bows to no salaam. =Quakers..
==Q. rash. Sc._ Bk._ =Quarrels. 1. Line 208.= Out._ Letter vii.. Line 309.And pyramids are pyramids in vales. Void of all honor.= Upright Quakers please both man and God. Line 75. 1413 POPE: _Dunciad. 1410 YOUNG: _Night Thoughts._ Night vi. avaricious. Bear 't that the opposed may beware of thee: 1415
. iv. being in. you impostors! Quack-salving cheating mountebanks!--your skill Is to make sound men sick.== =Quacks. drop. 1411 MASSINGER: _Virgin-Martyr. or pill: All tempt the sick to trust the lying bill. and sick men kill... And dear the beaver is to him As if it never made a dam. The Quaker loves an ample brim. lotion. The daring tribe compound their boasted trash-Tincture of syrup. 1412 CRABBE: _Borough.
Line 208.= Quiet to quick bosoms is a hell. Safe in the hallowed quiets of the past. 1416 GAY: _Fables.= Quips and Cranks and wanton Wiles..= She moves a goddess._ Pt.. i. 1420 JAMES RUSSELL LOWELL: _The Cathedral._ =Quips. Harold. iii. 3.SHAKS. 1419 BYRON: _Ch. =Queen. They who in quarrels interpose.. Sc. Fable 34._ Line 25. ii. =Quickness. 1421 MILTON: _L'Allegro._ Canto iii._ Epis.. St.: _Hamlet.= With too much quickness ever to be taught. 1422
. and she looks a queen. 42.._ Act i. Nods and Becks and wreathed Smiles. Must often wipe a bloody nose. With too much thinking to have common thought. =Quiet.= The devil can cite scripture for his purpose. 1418 POPE: _Moral Essays. Line 97. =Quotation. 1417 POPE: _Iliad._ Bk.
No tenth transmitter of a foolish face. of Venice. than critics in as wrong quotations.
. Feast._ Pt. Line 271.
==R.: _M. ii. The rain comes when the wind calls.. not boast. a generous race. In the broad and fiery street. 1428 EMERSON: _Woodnotes. iii. Night.= For the rain it raineth every day.._ Sts. 1423 POPE: _E.= Could swell the soul to rage. 1 and 2. =Rage. Sc. =Rain. or kindle soft desire 1425 DRYDEN: _Alex. Line 103._ Pt. 3. on Criticism. Sc. In the narrow lane. How beautiful is the rain! 1427 LONGFELLOW: _Rain in Summer. 1._ Line 7._ Act i._ Act v. 1424 RICHARD SAVAGE: _The Bastard._ Line 160..: _Tw.. 1426 SHAKS. How beautiful is the rain! After the dust and heat.== =Race.SHAKS. Nor suffers Horace more in wrong translations By wits.= He lives to build.
when the dismal rain Came down in slanting lines. There was an awful rainbow once in heaven: We know her woof. 1432 WORDSWORTH: _Intimations of Immortality. Their merits heighten your disgrace. 1433 KEATS: _Lamia. Who. ii._ St. that ne'er Dost disobey the wife of Jupiter. she is given In the dull catalogue of common things. =Rank. Rich scarf to my proud earth. And with each end of thy blue bow dost crown My bosky acres.. That gracious thing made up of tears and light. upon my flowers Diffusest honey-drops.= Hail. The rank is but the guinea stamp. 2. many-colored messenger.In winter. If you degenerate from your race._ Pt. mankind reveres your sires. 1.= Superior worth your rank requires: For that. Sc.: _Tempest. 1429 ALEXANDER SMITH: _A Life Drama. The rainbow comes and goes. Fable 11. ii. 1431 COLERIDGE: _Two Founts.
._ Sc. refreshing showers. 1434 GAY: _Fables. 1430 SHAKS._ St. Philosophy will clip an angel's wings. with thy saffron wings. =Rainbow. And lovely is the rose._ Act iv. The man's the gowd for a' that. 2. 5. and my unshrubb'd down. her texture._ Pt.
iv. and to his reading brings not A spirit and judgment equal or superior. Wise men have said. When the last reader reads no more. Uncertain and unsettled still remains-Deep versed in books. 1440 OLIVER WENDELL HOLMES: _The Last Reader. Regained. who reads Incessantly._ Bk. Line 321.1435 BURNS: _For a' That and a' That. Gone to her death. 1. 1437 COWPER: _Conversation. The positive pronounce without dismay. are wearisome. and shallow in himself._ =Reading.= Where men of judgment creep and feel their way._ Line 145. mark him well! For him no minstrel raptures swell._ Canto vi. Rashly importunate. 1436 SCOTT: _Lay of the Last Minstrel._ Stuff the head With all such reading as was never read: For thee explain a thing till all men doubt it. =Rashness. 1438 HOOD: _The Bridge of Sighs. 1439 MILTON: _Par.= If such there breathe. One more unfortunate Weary of breath.._ =Raptures. go.. 1441
. St.= Many books.
As fish are in a pond. 1443 SHAKS.= Their weapons only Seem'd on our side. of V._ Canto i. vii. And in the light of truth thy bondman let me live! 1446 WORDSWORTH: _Ode to Duty. no limit to their sway. Sc._ Bk._ Act i. 1447 MILTON: _Par. =Realms.. Line 507.. rebellion. This word.-Our flag the sceptre all who meet obey. but. =Rebellion. because I think him so. in that 'tis man._ Indu'd With sanctity of reason.= I have no other but a woman's reason. I think him so. St. Reason raise o'er instinct as you can. iii. for their spirits and souls.POPE: _Dunciad._ The confidence of reason give.. it had froze them up. 1442 BYRON: _Corsair._ Epis. 1. iv.= These are our realms.. Line 97.. Lost.: _Two Gent. 1444 POPE: _Essay on Man. I would make Reason my guide. =Reason. 2. 1445 WILLIAM CULLEN BRYANT: _Conjunction of Jupiter and Venus._ Bk. In this 'tis God directs. 1448
.. Line 249.
1. When fond recollection presents them to view. 1451 SHAKS._ Pt. The dreadful reck'ning..: _Cymbeline.. =Reckoning. Rebellion now began. And strokes death to her. 1454
. She's a lady So tender of rebukes._ Act i. iii. Line 31. Sc. Sc. 9.. 5. for lack Of zeal and plunder._ Act ii.= How dear to my heart are the scenes of my childhood.: _2 Henry IV. 1449 BUTLER: _Hudibras.= Never can true reconcilement grow. Sc._ =Rebuke.SHAKS. but go! 1450 ROBERT BROWNING: _Rabbi Ben Ezra. 1453 WORDSWORTH: _The Old Oaken Bucket. that words are strokes. Where wounds of deadly hate have pierc'd so deep. and men smile no more.= So comes a reck'ning when the banquet's o'er. 1452 GAY: _What D' ye Call It._ Act iii.. =Recollection.= Then welcome each rebuff That turns earth's smoothness rough. Canto ii.. to grow slack. =Rebuff._ =Reconciliation.. Each sting that bids nor sit nor stand.= Forbear sharp speeches to her.
1457 IZAAK WALTON: _The Complete Angler. 1458 SHAKS. a huge infectious troop Of pale distemperatures. Sc..= Remembrance and reflection how allied! What thin partitions sense from thought divide! 1459 POPE: _Essay on Man.MILTON: _Par.= Sweet recreation barred. what doth ensue But moody and dull melancholy._ Act v._ _The Angler's Song. 1455 YOUNG: _The Statesman's Creed.: _Jul._ =Redress.
. 1. iv. So I can fish and study too. at her heels._ Bk. Sc. And. All other pastimes do no less Than mind and body both possess: My hand alone my work can do.= What need we any spur but our own cause To prick us to redress. =Reflection. i._ Act ii. Line 225... Line 98. Of recreation there is none So free as Fishing is alone. 1. Caesar. and foes to life? 1456 SHAKS._ =Recreation. Lost.= In records that defy the tooth of time.: _Com. of Errors. =Records._ Epis. Kinsman to grim and comfortless despair..
_ Pt. iv. Line 36.. 1464 HENRY VAUGHAN: _Religion.._ Line 500. Religion is a spring. St. but some sober brow Will bless it. =Religion. Pity Religion has so seldom found A skilful guide into poetic ground! 1466 COWPER: _Table Talk. 1460 DRYDEN: _Sophonisba. regret can die! 1461 TENNYSON: _In Memoriam. Hiding the grossness with fair ornament. That from some secret. Still to be plotting some new Reformation. of Venice.= 'Tis the talent of our English nation._ Act iii.. Deep as first love. 1465 YOUNG: _Public Situation of the Kingdom.=Reformation.: _M._ Line 17. Oh death in life.
. Sole source of public and of private peace._ Religion crowns the statesman and the man. 1463 SHAKS. golden mine Derives her birth. the days that are no more! 1462 TENNYSON: _The Princess. and approve it with a text.= O last regret. and thence doth bring Cordials in every drop._ lxxviii. 5._ Prologue. =Regret. 2. Sc. and wine. and wild with all regret.= In Religion What damned error.
Ready to pass to the American strand.. 3.. 1468 SHAKS._ Act v. doth backward pull Our slow designs. Praising what is lost.: _Richard II.=
. Which we ascribe to Heaven. I've been so long remembered. It was a childish ignorance. Writ in remembrance more than things long past. 1469 SHAKS.: _All 's Well. only.Religion stands on tiptoe in our land. 1470 SHAKS. Sc._ Act ii. Line 57. Sc. Makes the remembrance dear.: _All 's Well. The fir trees dark and high: I used to think their slender tops Were close against the sky. 1472 HOOD: _I Remember. =Remembrance. I remember. As the last taste of sweets. 1471 YOUNG: _Night Thoughts. Sc... 1. I remember._ Night iv.= Our remedies oft in ourselves do lie. I Remember. and music at the close. I'm forgot.= The setting sun. 1._ =Remorse. 1467 HERBERT: _The Church Militant. is sweetest last. when we ourselves are dull._ Act i. But now 'tis little joy To know I'm farther off from heaven Than when I was a boy.._ =Remedies. the fated sky Gives us free scope.
And say he wounded you in jest. but deathless my renown.= Short is my date. 1475 COWPER: _Friendship. pierced to the inmost. By way of balm for healing. of V.= A man renown'd for repartee Will seldom scruple to make free With friendship's finest feeling._ Bk. Sc. If that be gentle. for these are pleased._ Line 16.
._ Act v.: _Two Gent. 1476 SHAKS.Remorse is as the heart in which it grows. but if proud and gloomy. =Repentance. By penitence the Eternal's wrath's appeased. ix... 1. Weeps only tears of poison. Illusion is brief. Sc. =Renown. Repentance is the weight Of indigested meals eat yesterday. it drops balmy dews Of true repentance.. 1478 GEORGE ELIOT: _Spanish Gypsy. 4. 4. 1473 COLERIDGE: _Remorse. 1474 POPE: _Iliad._ St. Line 535. It is the poison tree that. ii.. =Repartee._ Bk. but Repentance is long! 1477 SCHILLER: _Lay of the Bell.= Who by repentance is not satisfied Is nor of heaven nor earth._ Act i. Will thrust a dagger at your breast.
Reproof on her lips. 1482 POPE: _E. St. 1. and gradual rancor grows. =Repose. Sc. 17. Line 16._ =Reputation.= The best of men have ever loved repose: They hate to mingle in the filthy fray. Those best can bear reproof who merit praise._ Canto iii._ Canto i. Spring..: _Richard II. on Criticism.. Is spotless reputation. Yet lived she at its close. And breathed the long. 1479 THOMSON: _Seasons.= The purest treasure mortal times afford. long night away.. but a smile in her eye. that away. 1481 JAMES ALDRICH: _A Death-Bed.= Fear not the anger of the wise to raise. Imbitter'd more from peevish day to day._ Pt.. Where the soul sours. 1483 LOVER: _Rory O'More. Line 23. In statue-like repose.Amid the roses fierce Repentance rears Her snaky crest. of the Lock.. or painted clay. At every word a reputation dies.
. Men are but gilded loam. Her suffering ended with the day. 1484 SHAKS. 1485 POPE: _R._ Line 996. iii. 1480 THOMSON: _Castle of Indolence._ Act i._ =Reproof.
. Sc. Sc. His heaven commences ere the world be past.._ Act v. And enterprises of great pith and moment. St. 1._ Pt. With this regard.= Who with a body filled and vacant mind Gets him to rest. 1491 OWEN MEREDITH: _Lucile. =Respect. Village._ Act iv. i.._ Act iii._ Line 110. While Resignation gently slopes away. that do buy it with much care.: _Henry V.: _Hamlet.= The native hue of resolution Is sicklied o'er with the pale cast of thought. 1490 SHAKS. And lose the name of action. of Venice.= But Heaven hath a hand in these events.. their currents turn awry.. 1487 GOLDSMITH: _Des. Rest is sweet after strife. 25.=Resignation. To whose high will we bound our calm contents._ Act i. =Rest. =Resolution. 1486 SHAKS. 2. Canto vi. 1.. And all his prospects brightening to the last.. 1488 SHAKS.: _M. crammed with distressful bread. Sc. 1. Sc.: _Richard II.= You have too much respect upon the world: They lose it..
= Midnight shout and revelry.= Retiring from the popular noise. and fly. And life's latest sands are its sands of gold. Line 607. 1495 GOLDSMITH: _Des. Take place at least of the enemy. friend to life's decline. xv. 1492 POPE: _Odyssey. DORR: _To the Bouquet Club. since 't is hard to combat. Canto iii. 1497
. Retreats from care that never must be mine. =Revelry._ =Retirement. 1496 BUTLER: _Hudibras.For too much rest itself becomes a pain. Who quits a world where strong temptations try. Village. Tipsy dance and jollity.. with an age of ease. 1493 JULIA C. O blest retirement. A youth of labor. i. And. For those that run away. I seek This unfrequented place to find some ease. in shades like these.= Who soweth good seed shall surely reap. 1494 MILTON: _Samson Agonistes. Line 429.. =Retreat.= In all the trade of war.. How happy he who crowns.R._ Pt. no feat Is nobler than a brave retreat. The year grows rich as it groweth old. learns to fly._ Line 16. =Results._ Line 97._ Bk.
=Revolution. 1502 MIDDLETON: _The Witch.MILTON: _Comus._ Bk. 1500 MILTON: _Par. confusion." and let slip the dogs of war. 1499 SHAKS. St. =Reverence. Sc. 1498 BYRON: _Ch. Caesar.= And Caesar's spirit. Whilst we show reverence to yond peeping moon. Gin. 2. and bright The lamps shone o'er fair women and brave men.= Let the air strike our tune. when I think of all my wrongs. Harold. Revenge. =Revenge. ranging for revenge... Sc. With Ate by his side. camps. St. German soldiers. suicide. But. rage._ Act v.: _Jul. and Methodism. with a monarch's voice. 21. come hot from hell. Cry "Havock. at first though sweet. Line 171. Lost. And Belgium's capital had gather'd then Her beauty and her chivalry. 1.= There is great talk of revolution. ix. 1501 SCOTT: _Marmion. Tumults._ Canto vi._ Line 103. lotteries. delusion. There was a sound of revelry by night. back on itself recoils. Shall in these confines. Bitter ere long.. Vengeance to God alone belongs.._ Act iii. 7.
.. And a great chance of despotism. My blood is liquid flame._ Canto iii.
Line 8. Doth wash your city of Cologne._ =Rhyme. 1509 MILTON: _Lycidas. But tell me. The river Rhine.
. they steer their courses. With which._ Canto iii._ Line 10. 55._ St. 1504 BUTLER: _Hudibras..1503 SHELLEY: _Peter Bell the Third.= Still may syllables jar with time.= For Rhetoric. and build the lofty rhyme. i. 1508 BEN JONSON: _Fit of Rhyme against Rhyme. nymphs! what power divine Shall henceforth wash the river Rhine? 1507 COLERIDGE: _Cologne.. Still may reason war with rhyme. St. Canto i.= The castled crag of Drachenfels Frowns o'er the wide and winding Rhine. For rhyme the rudder is of verses._ He knew Himself to sing. it is well known. That hath so well been taught her dazzling fence. 1506 BYRON: _Ch. Harold._ Pt. Hell. 1505 MILTON: _Comus. =Rhine. but out there flew a trope. he could not ope His mouth. =Rhetoric. like ships.. 6._ Line 790. Enjoy your dear wit and gay rhetoric.
_ For right is right.= Infinite riches in a little room._ Bk ii. Regained. Bk._ Act i. 1516 FREDERICK W. _The Squire and the Priest. Canto i. Of Ridicule.. And right the day must win. That right was right.= But 't was a maxim he had often tried. ii. since God is God. and abate her edge. 1514 POPE: Satire i. Line 76.1510 BUTLER: _Hudibras. Than prompt her to do aught may merit praise. the toil of fools. i. in erring reason's spite. =Ridicule.= Ridicule is a weak weapon. 1515 CRABBE: _Tales:_ Tale xv._ Pt. But common men are cowards. Line 453.... 1511 MARLOWE: _The Jew of Malta. =Right. and dread an empty laugh. Line 463.. more apt To slacken virtue. 1512 MILTON: _Par. The wise man's cumbrance. when levelled at a strong mind.
._ And spite of pride. =Riches. 1513 TUPPER: _Proverbial Phil._ Sacred to ridicule his whole life long. if not snare. To doubt would be disloyalty. To falter would be sin.. and there he would abide. Extol not riches then.. And the sad burden of some merry song. FABER: _The Right Must Win.
And her pale fire she snatches from the sun... That feeds and breeds by a composture stolen From general excrement: each thing's a thief._ Line 969. =Rock.= Better to sink beneath the shock Than moulder piecemeal on the rock. 3.: _Timon of A. Sc. whose liquid surge resolves The moon into salt tears. The river glideth at his own sweet will. Let me hide myself in thee._ See the rivers. 1517 POPE: _Essay on Man.= By shallow rivers. cleft for me. 1523
. 2. 1520 WORDSWORTH: _Earth has not anything to show more fair. how they run.. Line 289._ Epis. 1518 MARLOWE: _The Passionate Shepherd to His Love.= I'll example you with thievery: The sun's a thief. 1522 BYRON: _Giaour. Whatever is. i. the moon's an arrant thief. =Rivers. Sc. 1519 CHARLES KINGSLEY: _Saint's Tragedy. 1521 SHAKS. the earth's a thief.._ Act iv. and with his great attraction Robs the vast sea. is right._ =Robbery. to whose falls Melodious birds sing madrigals. Rock of Ages._ Act ii.One truth is clear. The sea's a thief. Changeless to the changeless sea.
= I had rather be a dog. 1529 BYRON: _Don Juan. 1530 WORDSWORTH: _A Narrow Girdle of Rough Stones and Crags._ Canto v.TOPLADY: _Salvation through Christ._
. 1527 SHAKS.. St. St. and reprove. 3. 10._ Come one. Sole-sitting by the shores of old romance.= His rod revers'd. Sc. This was the noblest Roman of them all. Than such a Roman. Lady of the Mere. But only give a bust of marriages.. 1524 SCOTT: _Lady of the Lake._ Act iv. a rod To check the erring._ =Roman. 5. 8.. 1525 MILTON: _Comus. come all! this rock shall fly From its firm base as soon as I. And backward mutters of dissevering power.. Caesar. 1526 WORDSWORTH: _Ode to Duty._ Canto iii. A light to guide.: _Jul._ Act v. Caesar. =Romance.= Romances paint at full length people's wooings. =Rod. and bay the moon.: _Jul. 1528 SHAKS._ Line 816. Sc.
. roses._ Strew on her roses._ St. And never a spray of yew! In quiet she reposes. but fairer we it deem. 1532 SHAKS. 1535 KEATS: _Eve of St. Agnes. 1534 GEORGE ELIOT: _Spanish Gypsy. POE: _To Helen. For that sweet odor which doth in it live. 1531 EDGAR A. Lost. I wish The sky would rain down roses.: _Love's L._ =Rose. would that I did too._ Bk.= To the glory that was Greece And the grandeur that was Rome. The rose saith in the dewy morn. and be a bud again. ROSSETTI: _Consider the Lilies of the Field. But like of each thing that in season grows.=Rome. 1533 SHAKS.= At Christmas I no more desire a rose Than wish a snow in May's new-fangled mirth. Yet all my loveliness is born Upon a thorn. The rose looks fair. 1537 MATTHEW ARNOLD: _Requiescat. Sc. 27. 1536 CHRISTINA G. 1.._ Act i. Ah. I am most fair. As though a rose should shut. You love the roses--so do I. as they rain From off the shaken bush.: Sonnet liv.
H. For the screech-owl to build her baleful bower. The wise would die before they would be Kings. St. =Royalty. And one prodigious ruin swallow all. Harold.= In men. in misery only great! Could men but know the endless woe it brings... =Ruling Passions. 1538 BYRON: _Ch.. who threw Enchantment over passion. The day shall come._ Pt. that great avenging day Which Troy's proud glories in the dust shall lay. and from woe Wrung overwhelming eloquence._ Bk.= Where my high steeples whilom used to stand. On Prague's proud arch the fires of ruin glow.= O wretched state of Kings! O doleful fate! Greatness misnamed. On which the lordly falcon wont to tower. When Priam's powers and Priam's self shall fall.= The self-torturing sophist. Line 196.=Rousseau. of Hope._ Canto iii. we various Ruling Passions find. wild Rousseau. iv. i._ Line 127._ =Ruin. 1540 SPENSER: _Ruins of Time. 1542 POPE: _Iliad. STODDARD: _The King's Bell. 1541 CAMPBELL: _Pl. Think what a King must do! 1539 R. Line 385. 77.
. His blood-dyed waters murmuring far below. There now is but an heap of lime and sand. The apostle of affliction--he.
==S. chasing all thoughts unholy With sounds most musical. who far from public rage. child of suffering. And of so easy and so plain a stop That the blunt monster with uncounted heads. most melancholy. only fix'd. Autumn._ Line 515.= The Sabbath bell. 1543 POPE: _Moral Essays. Can play upon it._ Pt.. ii. =Rural Life.In women. with a choice few retired._ Line 1132. The still-discordant wavering multitude. jealousies. and wild. two almost divide the kind.== =Sabbath. conjectures._ Epis.. 1544 SHAKS. 1545 THOMSON: _Seasons. thou mayst well be sure He who ordained the Sabbath loves the poor! 1547
. Deep in the vale. Line 207.: _Henry IV. Yes.= Rumor is a pipe Blown by surmises. The love of pleasure and the love of sway. =Rumor. they first or last obey. That over wood. Induction. ii.. Those.= Of men The happiest he. 1546 ROGERS: _Human Life. Drinks the pure pleasures of the rural life. and mountain dell Wanders so far.
Sc. 1550 OLIVER WENDELL HOLMES: _A Rhymed Lesson. hear a brother sailor Sing the dangers of the sea.. O Thou.. =Sailors. 1549 DRYDEN: _Spanish Friar.OLIVER WENDELL HOLMES: _A Rhymed Lesson.. And sweeten with it all the other days. STEVENS: _The Storm. 4. 1553 HANNAH F._ Act iii.= Purple the sails._ Act v. and so perfumed that The winds were love-sick with them. 1551 LONGFELLOW: _Michael Angelo. Sc.: _Richard III. Nor can his blessed soul look down from heaven. Take the Sunday with you through the week. i._ Line 12._ Messmates. And Care lies slumbering on the lap of Peace. 1552 SHAKS._ Pt. Thy tender arms of mercy fold Around the seamen on the deep.
. The Sabbath brings its kind release. 1548 POPE: _Epis._ E'en Sunday shines no Sabbath-day to me. to Arbuthnot. who in thy hand dost hold The winds and waves that wake or sleep. 2. Ready with every nod to tumble down.= Lives like a drunken sailor on a mast.. GOULD: _Changes on the Deep._ Line 229. Or break the eternal sabbath of his rest. 1554 GEORGE A._ =Sails. 5. Urania.
Sc. The convoy spread like wild swans in their flight. Canto ii. and Cleo. The dullest sailer wearing bravely now.. iii. And felt such bowel-hankerings. 1561 COLERIDGE: _Christabel. For the blue sky bends over all._ Canto ii. a full fair sight. 1559 WATTS: _Hymns and Spiritual Songs. Harold. Line 26. 1560 TICKELL: _On the Death of Mr. and strand retiring to the right. 17.
. i. by whom impartial laws were given._ Line 41._ Just men. spires. 1556 BYRON: _Ch._ Act ii._ Conclusion to Pt. 2. To see an empire. There is a land of pure delight.. Masts. St.. 1558 POPE: Satire iv. =Saints. Where saints immortal reign.1555 SHAKS. The worst of madmen is a saint run mad. So gayly curl the waves before each dashing prow. 1557 BUTLER: _Hudibras. For which they'd yearn'd so long in vain. And saints who taught and led the way to heaven.. He that has sail'd upon the dark blue sea Has view'd at times.. Addison. all of kings._ Pt. the gallant frigate tight. For virtue's self may too much zeal be had. When the fresh breeze is fair as breeze may be. The glorious main expanding o'er the bow.. Line 237.= And now the saints began their reign. The white sails set.: _Ant. That saints will aid if men will call. I ween.
The salt is spilt. Who ne'er knew salt.: _M._ Canto ii. 1. 1568
. 1566 SHAKS. 2 Here are sand. and kiss'd The wild waves whist. Though justice be thy plea. Which once partaken blunts the sabre's edge. or heard the billows roar. =Sands. 3.: _Hamlet._ Pt. Sc. Dropt from the ruined sides of kings. Sc. 1564 POPE: _Odyssey. consider this. 4. xi. And then take hands. ignoble things. St. =Salvation. 1563 BYRON: _Corsair..= About some act That has no relish of salvation in 't. Sc. Why dost thou shun the salt? that sacred pledge.=Salt. And hated hosts seem brethren to the sight. Jew.= Alas! you know the cause too well._ Bk.... 1565 SHAKS. of Venice._ Act iv. i._ Act i. Fable 37. 1567 SHAKS. Makes even contending tribes in peace unite.= Come unto these yellow sands. Line 153. Courtesied when you have. That in the course of justice none of us Should see salvation.: _Tempest.. to me it fell. 1562 GAY: _Fables._ Act iii. Therefore.
_ =Satiety. i. Thieves. and began To loathe the taste of sweetness. supercargoes. 2. With pleasure drugg'd he almost long'd for woe. thus began. 1571 COWPER: _Exhortation to Prayer. and tilt at all I meet. Harold.. 1573 BYRON: _Ch. 1570 WATTS: _Divine Songs. I only wear it in a land of Hectors. For Satan finds some mischief still For idle hands to do. whereof a little More than a little is by much too much. =Satire._ Song 20.._ Act iii. but I'm too discreet To run a-muck.= To whom the arch-enemy.--with bold words Breaking the horrid silence. And e'en for change of scene would seek the shades below. And Satan trembles when he sees The weakest saint upon his knees. Sc. St.= They surfeited with honey. Prepare for rhyme--I'll publish._ Bk. Line 81.._ Canto i. right or wrong.: _1 Henry IV.
. Lost. 1574 POPE: Satire i.BEAUMONT: _On the Tombs of Westminster Abbey. and directors.. Line 69._ =Satan. 1572 SHAKS.= Satire's my weapon. And thence in heaven call'd Satan. 6. 1569 MILTON: _Par. sharpers..
. 1578 SHAKS. that never felt a wound. Sc.= For greatest scandal waits on greatest state.= I am as free as Nature first made man. And after scandal them.= He jests at scars. 1580 BYRON: _Don Juan. 2. 78 =Scars._ Canto ix._ Line 244. and hug them hard. In general satire.
..Fools are my theme. 1579 SHAKS.. =Savage. You know That I do fawn on men. every man perceives A slight attack.: _Jul._ Line 1006._ Act i. i. When wild in woods the noble savage ran. let satire be my song. Ere the base laws of servitude began. And all lips were applied unto all ears! The elder ladies' wrinkles curled much crisper As they beheld. 1576 CRABBE: _Advice. St. =Scandal. the younger cast some leers On one another._ Pt. Sc. yet neither fears nor grieves.: _Lucrece. 1. Act i. 1575 BYRON: _Eng. 1577 DRYDEN: _Conquest of Granada. Caesar.. The whole court melted into one wide whisper. Bards._ Line 5. and each lovely lisper Smiled as she talked the matter o'er: but tears Of rivalship rose in each clouded eye Of all the standing army that stood by.
Could all his parting energy dismiss. of Hope. Low in Glory's lap they lie. i._ Act ii.._ Act iv. 1582 JAMES MONTGOMERY: _Battle of Alexandria. 2. dark idolater of chance. and Jul. heaven! beneath thy dread expanse. Who mouldering earthward. Content to feed with pleasures unrefin'd. ii._ =Scepticism.1581 SHAKS. 1585 BUTLER: _Hudibras.= His sceptre shows the force of temporal power. Whatever sceptic could inquire for._ Pt. =Scholar.: _M._ =Scenes..=
.. Canto i. Gashed with honorable scars.= Oh! lives there. In joyless union wedded to the dust. Sc... One hopeless. 'reft of every trust. Wherein doth sit the dread and fear of kings. And call this barren world sufficient bliss? 1584 CAMPBELL: _Pl.: _Rom. Sc.. For every why he had a wherefore. Gay gilded scenes and shining prospects rise. =Sceptre.= For wheresoe'er I turn my ravish'd eyes. The lukewarm passions of a lowly mind. of Venice._ Pt. 1586 SHAKS. Line 295. The attribute to awe and majesty. 1. Line 131. 1583 ADDISON: _A Letter from Italy.
With blossom'd furze unprofitably gay.
. braw brass collar Showed him the gentleman and scholar. and every truant knew.. or idleness. Beside yon straggling fence that skirts the way. in his noisy mansion. 7. Village. There. Deduct what is but vanity.: _As You Like It. Well had the boding tremblers learn'd to trace The day's disasters in his morning face. Or learning's luxury. 1587 SHAKS. fair-spoken. Sc. Exceeding wise. and persuading._ Line 193.-I knew him well._ Act iv. 1589 GOLDSMITH: _Traveller. But to those men that sought him sweet as summer. and a ripe and good one. =School.: _Henry VIII. 1591 GOLDSMITH: _Des. Lofty and sour to them that loved him not.._ Line 356. 2. A man severe he was.. and stern to view. with modesty thy guide. His locked. lettered. 1588 BURNS: _The Twa Dogs_ The land of scholars and the nurse of arms.He was a scholar.= Trace science then. The village master taught his little school. creeping like snail Unwillingly to school. skill'd to rule.= And then the whining school-boy. =Science. Sc. First strip off all her equipage of pride. or ingenious pain. with his satchel And shining morning face. Mere curious pleasure. or dress._ Act ii. 1590 SHAKS. Or tricks to show the stretch of human brain.
: _Othello._ Act iv.. Line 325.Expunge the whole. 1595 SHAKS. 3. Line 506._ Bk. makes after-love the more.. =Scorn. 2. O star-eyed Science! hast thou wander'd there. and must the times to come.. or lop th' excrescent parts Of all our vices have created arts.. of Hope. Sc._ Act iv. Then see how little the remaining sum Which serv'd the past._ Act iii. ii. 1594 SHAKS. He hears. Sc. To waft us home the message of despair? 1593 CAMPBELL: _Pl. Alas! to make me The fixed figure of the time.._ Pt.: _Two Gent. ii. =Scotland. for scorn To point his slow and moving finger at. of V._ Line 207. Line 43. O Scotia! my dear. Lost. So let him stand. my native soil! For whom my warmest wish to heaven is sent!
.= Stands Scotland where it did? 1598 SHAKS. from innumerable tongues. A dismal universal hiss. On all sides. Sc._ Epis.. 1592 POPE: _Essay on Man. 1597 MILTON: _Par.= Scorn at first. through ages yet unborn. Fix'd statue on the pedestal of scorn! 1596 BYRON: _Curse of Minerva. x.: _Macbeth. the sound Of public scorn.. 1.
i.-Scripture authentic! uncorrupt by man._ =Scribblers. 1602 YOUNG: _Night Thoughts._ Line 43._ =Sea. writ by God's own hand. 5. 1604 WILLIAM CULLEN BRYANT: _Flood of Years. =Sculpture. And that is Sculpture._ Night ix. and the stricken marble grows To beauty.. 1601 BYRON: _English Bards. I seek no other fame. 1600 BURNS: _A' for our Rightfu' King..= 'T is elder Scripture. and scribblers are my game. 20. And certain stars shot madly from their spheres
. =Scripture. and sweet content. It was a' for our rightfu' King We left fair Scotland's strand. A sculptor wields The chisel. and more like Nature. 1603 LONGFELLOW: _Michael Angelo. and peace._ Pt.= The rude sea grew civil at her song.= Sculpture is more divine.= Laugh when I laugh. The cry is up.Long may thy hardy sons of rustic toil Be blest with health. That fashions all her works in high relief. 1599 BURNS: _Cotter's Saturday Night._ St. Line 644.
1605 SHAKS. 1607 TENNYSON: _To the Queen. Flung on the foam afar and anear. Mark my manifold mystery. Sc. 1608 JOHN GAY: _What D' ye Call It. the fresh._ Act ii. it mocks the skies. without a bound..-Sport of the spoom of the surging sea. Drearily drench'd in the ocean brine.._ =Seasons.To hear the sea-maid's music. 8.= A weary weed. shoots out her head._ 'T was when the sea was roaring. Sc. Or like a cradled creature lies. FENNER: _Gulf-Weed._ Act ii. the ever free! Without a mark.
. With hollow blasts of wind. Soaring high and sinking low. 1606 BARRY CORNWALL: _The Sea. It plays with the clouds. N.-Growth and grace in their place appear. 1609 CORNELIUS G. Dream. And compassed by the inviolate sea._ Broad based upon her people's will. Resembling human life in ev'ry shape they wear? _Spring_ first. The sea! the sea! the open sea! The blue.= Perceiv'st thou not the process of the year. Lashed along without will of mine. toss'd to and fro. All on a rock reclin'd. How the four seasons in four forms appear.: _Mid. A damsel lay deploring. It runneth the earth's wide region round. 1. =Sea-weed. like infancy.
nor boiling into rage. Not froze with fear.
.: _1 Henry IV. Line 40. and furrowed is his face. or the sweet approach of even or morn. 1611 MILTON: _Par. With thee conversing I forget all time. All seasons.. Just hid with trees and sparkling with a brook! 1613 LEIGH HUNT: _Politics and Poetics. Or flocks._ =Secrecy. and their change.: _Macbeth. 1612 MILTON: _Par._ Act iii._ Line 206. or herds. Till thou applaud the deed.With milky juice requiring to be fed: . . Sour is his front.= Oh for a seat in some poetic nook. And so far will I trust thee.. 1615 SHAKS. From. =Seat._ Bk.= Be innocent of the knowledge. 3. or human face divine.. iii. 15th Book Ovid's Metamorphoses. 1610 DRYDEN: _Of Pythagorean Phil. Or sight of vernal bloom or summer's rose. 2. Last.. Proceeding onward whence the year began.. Lost.. Thus with the year Seasons return. The _Summer_ grows adult. Sc._ Bk. I will believe Thou wilt not utter what thou dost not know. _Winter_ creeps along with tardy pace.--all please alike. dearest chuck. Line 639._ Act ii. _Autumn_ succeeds. a sober. and ripens into man. but not to me returns Day. Sc. Lost.. iv. tepid age.... 1614 SHAKS...
iv. and I bleed. they have torn me. Whose door no sooner opens.= His liberal soul with every sect agreed. 1621 BYRON: _Ch. 10. Unheard their reasons. Dearer than self.. But looks through Nature up to Nature's God.. St. security Is mortal's chiefest enemy. who takes no private road. Sc.. 5. 24. 1618 POPE: _Essay on Man. Harold. =Security.. 3 =Sects. 1619 SHAKS. Slave to no sect.= None are so desolate but something dear._ Epis.= You all know._ Act iii. and claims the homage of a tear.: _Macbeth._ Act iii. Line 331. Harold. =Self._ Canto iv.= The thorns which I have reap'd are of the tree I planted. 1617 CRABBE: _Tales. St. but 't is out. 1616 BEN JONSON: _Case is Altered. I should have known what fruit would spring from such a seed. he received their creed. Is like a wild bird put into a cage. Convert._ Line 45. Sc. =Seed._ Canto ii. 1620 BYRON: _Ch.
. possesses or possess'd A thought.A secret in his mouth..
Unwept. That war against your own affections.. shall go down To the vile dust.
. power and pelf. 1. WALTER POPE: _The Old Man's Wish. And.=Selfishness.= May I govern my passions with absolute sway. 1622 SCOTT: _Lay of the Last Minstrel. unhonored. .. and unsung. 1625 BYRON: _Sardanapalus. doubly dying._ Act i. Sc.= Brave conquerors! for so you are. =Self-Defence. from whence he sprung. Lost.= To observations which ourselves we make. Living. The wretch. shall forfeit fair renown. And grow wiser and better as my strength wears away.. 1. 1.= Self-defence is a virtue._ Canto vi. Line 2. We grow more partial for th' observer's sake. =Self-Denial.= Despite those titles. =Self-Conceit.. by a gentle decay. concentred all in self.: _Love's L. Sc.. 1626 SHAKS. =Self-Control._ Act ii. And the huge army of the world's desires. St. 1623 POPE: _Moral Essays._ Chorus.. i. Sole bulwark of all right. 1624 DR._ Epis.
= To know _thyself_--in others self-concern. acts the soul. =Self-Esteem. Sc._
._ Act ii. =Self-Knowledge. viii. grounded on just and right Well manag'd._ =Self-Love._ Bk.= Self-love.= There is a luxury in self-dispraise. Line 59. and feel No self-reproach. my liege.: _Henry V. the spring of motion..=Self-Dispraise. 1631 POPE: _Essay on Man. Self-love.= Men who can hear the Decalogue. 1632 WORDSWORTH: _The Old Cumberland Beggar._ Epis. is not so vile a sin As self-neglecting. Would'st thou know others? read thyself--and learn! 1629 SCHILLER: _Votive Tablets. 4. 1628 MILTON: _Par.= Oft times nothing profits more Than self-esteem._ Bk. And inward self-disparagement affords To meditative spleen a grateful feast. =Self-Reproach.. The Key. 1627 WORDSWORTH: _The Excursion.. Lost. Line 571.. Reason's comparing balance rules the whole. 1630 SHAKS. ii. iv.
.: _M. He wears a coat of mail that none can pierce. And though no science._ Line 227. for M. 1637 COWPER: _Conversation.= Give unto me. iv. 1633 LONGFELLOW: _Michael Angelo. 1636 POPE: _Moral Essays. Line 43 =Sensibility.= Our sensibilities are so acute.= He that respects himself is safe from others._ Line 351. which only is the gift of Heaven._ =Sense. =Separation.. 4. 1634 WORDSWORTH: _Ode to Duty. The fear of being silent makes us mute._ Pt. ii.=Self-Respect. fairly worth the seven.=
. The spirit of self-sacrifice. Sweet sensibility! thou keen delight! Unprompted moral! sudden sense of right! 1638 HANNAH MORE: _Sensibility. Sc.= A man whose blood Is very snow-broth. one who never feels The wanton stings and motions of the sense. 1635 SHAKS. Good sense._ Act i._ Epis. =Self-Sacrifice. made lowly wise..
_ Epis. and good in everything. 1641 SHAKS.Thy soul . of Venice. From the portionless king that would wear it._ Act ii..C. Where's my serpent of old Nile? 1644 SHAKS._ Act i. 1645 POPE: _Essay on Man._ Act iv. And saunters round the sunny fields A-playing with the swallows. Line 131. 5. 1640 ELLEN MACKAY HUTCHINSON: _The Prince. swallows up the rest...= Finds tongues in trees. Perhaps it may turn out a sang. 1642 BURNS: _Epistle to a Young Friend. 3. books in the running brooks. =September.= What! would'st thou have a serpent sting thee twice? 1643 SHAKS. Sc.. As the pearl in the depths of the sea. 1639 E.: _As You Like It._ =Sermons. 1. is as free. 1.. And hence one master-passion in the breast. Sc.: _M. Is as far from my grasp.: _Ant.= September waves his golden-rod Along the lanes and hollows. Perhaps turn out a sermon. As the stars from the mountain-tops be.
. ii._ =Serpent._ St.. Sermons in stones. and Cleo. STEDMAN: _Stanzas for Music.. Like Aaron's serpent. Sc.
Prologue.: _Jul. Sc. 1646 MOORE: _Paradise and the Peri.. hoary-headed chronicle! Of hard. 13. But the trail of the Serpent is over them all. Caesar._ Line 122._ =Service.= See yonder maker of the dead man's bed. Help them who cannot help again: Beware from right to swerve. down which ne'er stole A gentle tear. And ye shall succor men._ St. 1650 MILTON: _Par. unmeaning face. Spirits when they please.= Think you I am no stronger than my sex. =Sex. or both. 1648 EMERSON: _Boston Hymn. and can tell Some passage of his life. Line 423. Can either sex assume.Some flow'rets of Eden ye still inherit.= Ful wel she sange the service devine. 1651
. =Sexton. i. Lost. Entuned in hire nose ful swetely. Digs thro' whole rows of kindred and acquaintance By far his juniors! Scarce a skull's cast up But well he knew its owner. 1._ Bk.. The sexton. 'T is nobleness to serve. 1647 CHAUCER: _Canterbury Tales. Being so father'd and so husbanded? 1649 SHAKS. with mattock in his hand._ Act ii.
That I may see my shadow as I pass. I shot his fellow of the selfsame flight The selfsame way. That eagle's fate and mine are one. Sc.: _M. of Venice. iv. At forty-odd befell: They went and told the sexton.."_ =Shaft. Sc. 1652 HOOD: _Faithless Sally Brown. which happened in his berth. 1653 SHAKS. Wherewith he wont to soar so high. To find the other forth. till I have bought a glass.= Shine out. or good or ill. and where the shadow both way falls. Regained. 2. Syene. fair sun.. when I had lost one shaft. and by adventuring both I oft found both._ Act i.= In my school-days. with more advised watch. 1655 JOHN FLETCHER: _Upon an "Honest Man's Fortune.: _Richard III._ =Shadow._
. Our fatal shadows that walk by us still._ Bk. His death. Meroe. Nilotic isle.. Our acts our angels are._ Line 452. 1656 SHAKS. Which on the shaft that made him die Espied a feather of his own. 1.BLAIR: _The Grave. and The sexton tolled the bell.. Line 70. 1654 MILTON: _Par._ Act i. 1657 WALLER: _To a Lady Singing a Song of his Composing.
1660 MILTON: _L'Allegro. BROWNING: _Vision of Poets._ St.-The labor of an age in piled stones? Or that his hallow'd relics should be hid Under a star-y-pointing pyramid? Dear son of memory. Fancy's child. Shakespeare. or Spenser. With tears and laughters for all time! 1659 MRS. What needs my Shakespeare for his honor'd bones.= O. And art alive still. Oh._ There. without a tomb. to make thee room. Warble his native wood-notes wild. rise! I will not lodge thee by Chaucer. Sc. Or sweetest Shakespeare.= Soul of the age! Th' applause! delight! the wonder of our stage! My Shakespeare._
._ Line 129. within its roseate canopy. on whose forehead climb The crowns o' the world. 4._ =Shame. or bid Beaumont lie A little further. 1663 WILLIAM CULLEN BRYANT: _Autumn Woods. And we have wits to read. shame! where is thy blush? 1662 SHAKS. To the Mem. eyes sublime.: _Hamlet. and praise to give._ Act iii. while thy book doth live. Her blush of maiden shame. What need'st thou such weak witness of thy name? 1661 MILTON: _On Shakespeare. 101. great heir of fame.=Shakespeare.. Thou art a monument. of Shakespeare. But 'neath yon crimson tree Lover to listening maid might breathe his flame. Nor mark. 1658 BEN JONSON: _Underwoods.
joint. 1665 MILTON: _Par. And turn to all of him which may remain. iv. his very soul Listened intensely._ i._ Bk._
. Line 681. or limb. did you once see Shelley plain. =Shell. If shape it might be call'd that shape had none Distinguishable in member..= Take any shape but that._ Bk. And did you speak to him again? How strange it seems. Sighing that nature form'd but one such man. =Sheridan. who dwelt upon a tract Of inland ground. And did he stop and speak to you. in silence hushed. To which. ii..: _Macbeth. 4. The other shape. applying to his ear The convolutions of a smooth-lipped shell. 1668 BYRON: _Monody on the Death of Sheridan. 1664 SHAKS.= I have seen A curious child.= Ah. =Shelley. And broke the die--in moulding Sheridan. 1666 WORDSWORTH: _The Excursion. Lost._ Act iii.= Long shall we seek his likeness--long in vain. and new! 1667 ROBERT BROWNING: _Memorabilia. and my firm nerves Shall never tremble.=Shape. Sc.
As idle as a painted ship Upon a painted ocean. 3. =Ships.= O. And burnt the topless towers of Ilium? 1670 MARLOWE: _Faustus.= When Prussia hurried to the field. Seen only where they cross the light That pathless waves must pathlike keep From fisher's signal fire.=Shield. v. 25._ Canto i.._ Act i. Who had no doubt some noble creature in her. And snatch'd the spear. 1673 COLERIDGE: _The Ancient Mariner. ii. And seems to dare the elements to strife._ Pt. I have suffer'd With those that I saw suffer! a brave vessel. Dash'd all to pieces._ Like sister sails that drift at night Together on the deep. She walks the waters like a thing of life. =Shipwreck. O. 1669 SCOTT: _Marmion. Sc. 1674 SHAKS. 1671 RUSKIN: _The Broken Chain.._ Pt.= Was this the face that launch'd a thousand ships._ Introduction to Canto iii. 1672 BYRON: _Corsair. but left the shield. the cry did knock Against my very heart! poor souls! they perish'd..
.: _Tempest. St. 2. St. or pharos steep.
The tails of both hung down behind. A strong nor'wester 's blowing. With the sun and the sand and the wild uproar._ Canto iii. i. and rain. parts. and spreads in ruin o'er the Tide. where none intrudes.. Thro' freezing snows. noisome things Had left their beauty on the shore. 178. 1679 BYRON: _Ch. St. Their shoes were on their feet. how I pities them Unhappy folks on shore now! 1680 WILLIAM PITT: _The Sailor's Consolation._ Canto iv. 1678 EMERSON: _Each and All. Line 33.Again she plunges! hark! a second shock Bilges the splitting Vessel on the Rock-Down on the vale of death. Harold. With strong convulsion rends the solid oak: Ah Heaven!--behold her crashing ribs divide! She loosens. and soaking sleet. =Shoes. 1676 JAMES SMITH: _Rejected Addresses. In wild despair._
. 1675 FALCONER: _Shipwreck. and music in its roar. well-hammer'd soles protect thy feet.. There is society.. with dismal cries The fated victims shuddering cast their eyes._ There is a rapture on the lonely shore. Bill! Hark! don't ye hear it roar now? Lord help 'em. 1677 GAY: _Trivia. while yet another stroke.= But the poor._ Bk._ Let firm. =Shore. unsightly. Line 642. The Baby's Debut. By the deep sea.= I saw them go: one horse was blind.
= What sought they thus afar? Bright jewels of the mine. 1681 SHAKS._ Act i. With books and money plac'd for show Like nest-eggs to make clients lay. Canto iii. =Shrine. The wealth of seas. iii. 3. and now It happen'd luckily._ =Sickness. Where all sighs are deposited. =Sighs. Sc.._ Act iv. He sighed.=Show. Sc. 1682 BUTLER: _Hudibras. 1685 SHAKS.. 13. 1.= Live to be the show and gaze o' the time._ Canto xvi..: _Macbeth. the chaste orb shone.--the next resource is the full moon. Line 624..: _1 Henry IV.= My story being done..
. She gave me for my pains a world of sighs. 1683 HEMANS: _Landing of the Pilgrim Fathers._ Pt. And for his false opinion pay. 1686 BYRON: _Don Juan.= This sickness doth infect The very life-blood of our enterprise. Sc. St. the spoils of war? They sought a faith's pure shrine. 8._ Act v.: _Othello... 1684 SHAKS.
1. 1689 SHAKS. A beggar that is dumb.=Sight. Harold. spare my aching sight Ye unborn ages. 12. Silence more musical than any song.
. sometime.: _Ant. or lion. 6. =Silence._ Canto i. iii. 1690 SHAKS..= Silence is the perfectest herald of joy: I were but little happy._ Act ii. They are black vesper's pageants._ St. a pendent rock. if I could say how much. crowd not on my soul! 1687 GRAY: _The Bard. 1692 CHRISTINA G.. A forked mountain.. 1688 BYRON: _Ch. like a bear.= Sometime we see a cloud that's dragonish: A vapor.= Visions of glory. tho' ne'er so witty. you know. Silence in love bewrays more woe Than words. ROSSETTI: _Rest. St. for beast and bird._ Silence accompany'd.. that nod unto the world. And mock our eyes with air: thou hast seen these signs. 1. May challenge double pity. O Christ! it is a goodly sight to see What Heaven hath done for this delicious land. Sc.. =Signs. and Cleo._ Pt.: _Much Ado. or blue promontory With trees upon 't. 15. 1691 SIR WALTER RALEIGH: _Silent Lover. Sc. St._ Act iv. A tower'd citadel.
Silence was pleas'd. And the boldest held his breath For a time. Rich in saving common-sense. by yonder blessed moon I swear.. There is a silence where no sound may be. 1694 CAMPBELL: _Battle of the Baltic. 1695 HOOD: _Sonnet. Silence.-In the cold grave. Lost.: _Rom. And captive good attending captive ill. and Jul.= And simple truth miscall'd simplicity.They to their grassy couch.
. Were slunk. 1696 SHAKS. And. Or in the wide desert where no life is found. She all night long her amorous descant sung. 1693 MILTON: _Par.. under the deep.. That tips with silver all these fruit-tree tops. iv._ =Silver._ =Simplicity. =Similarity.= Lady. Chaste words proceed still from a bashful mind. these to their nests. as the greatest only are._ Act ii. There was silence deep as death._ Bk. 1698 SHAKS. 1697 HERRICK: _Aph. Line 598._ There is a silence where hath been no sound. Sc. all but the wakeful nightingale. 2.: Sonnet lxvi.= Like will to like: each creature loves his kind. Like Loves His Like. deep sea.
=Sincerity.._ Act i._ St. I know.= I never tempted her with word too large. as a brother to his sister. of Hope.= Cut off even in the blossoms of my sin. i. 1705 BUTLER: _Hudibras. och! it hardens a' within._ Pt. 1. and blush to give it in. and sinners you must spare. ii. The hazard of concealing. Murder's as near to lust. Weep to record. But. I waive the quantum o' the sin.: _Pericles. disappointed.. One sin. 5._ Compound for sins they are inclined to. of every stroke beware._ Act i. show'd Bashful sincerity and comely love. In lashing sin. 1706
.In his simplicity sublime. And petrifies the feeling! 1704 BURNS: _Epistle to a Young Friend. 1701 SHAKS. =Sin.. unaneled. 1703 CAMPBELL: _Pl. Sc. 4. By damning those they have no mind to. 1700 SHAKS. as flame to smoke. Advice._ Line 242. For sinners feel.. But sad as angels for the good man's sin. 1699 TENNYSON: _Ode on the Death of the Duke of Wellington. But.. Sc. Canto i. 1702 CRABBE: _Tales. Line 357. Unhousell'd._ Pt. another doth provoke.: _Hamlet. Line 215.
poet with the sorrow! earth is low.. St. Sc._ I send my heart up to thee. 1._ Pt.. Seraph and Poet. all my heart In this my singing! For the stars help me.: _M. And pipe but as the linnets sing._ Act v.._ I do but sing because I must. Sing.. 1._ Act iii. seraph with the glory! heaven is high. 1708 SHAKS. poet! sing on equally! 1709 MRS.: _Coriolanus. 1712 SCHILLER: _Artists.= But in his motion like an angel sings. and the sea bears part. BROWNING: _Sonnets. Sing. His heart's his mouth: What his breast forges that his tongue must vent. Song forbids victorious deeds to die. 1713
.= No two on earth in all things can agree. =Singing. 11. 1711 TENNYSON: _In Memoriam. The universe's inward voices cry "Amen" to either song of joy and woe. 1707 SHAKS._ St. All have some darling singularity. Still quiring to the young-eyed cherubims. of Venice. Sc. =Singularity. His nature is too noble for the world: He would not flatter Neptune for his trident. Sc. seraph. Or Jove for 's power to thunder. xxi.SHAKS.: _Much Ado. 1710 ROBERT BROWNING: _In a Gondola. Sing. 1. 6._ Act iv.
Yes._ =Skull.= How happy is he born or taught._ Line 402. O night And storm and darkness! ye are wondrous strong. Harold.._ Canto iii. =Sister.= Oh. this was once ambition's airy hall._ Canto ii._ Act v. 1717 MRS. Whose armor is his honest thought. St. =Skill. The dome of thought._ The sky is changed. Sc. That serveth not another's will. And souls are ripened in our northern sky. And simple truth his utmost skill! 1715 WOTTON: _Character of a Happy Life. its ruined wall.--and such a change. 1714 SHAKS. St.= Man is the nobler growth our realms supply. Yet lovely in your strength. 92. BARBAULD: _The Invitation. 6. 1716 BYRON: _Ch. 5..
. You call'd me brother When I was but your sister.= Look on its broken arch.: _Cymbeline. its portals foul. as is the light Of a dark eye in woman! 1718 BYRON: _Ch. =Sky. the palace of the soul.CHURCHILL: _Apology. never say hereafter But I am truest speaker. Harold. Its chambers desolate..
whose breath Bides on the posting winds. matrons. Sc. 3.= Thou art a slave. Corrupted freemen are the worst of slaves. 1721 POLLOK: _Course of Time. whom Fortune's tender arm With favor never clasp'd: but bred a dog. and vainglorious crakes. Bad counsels. and false flatteries. praises. 1720 SHAKS._ Whatever day Makes man a slave.-Slander.= Slanderous reproaches. takes half his worth away.. backbitings. 1724 DAVID GARRICK: _Prologue to the Gamesters. 4.--nay. ii.: _Cymbeline._ Bk.
. 'T was slander filled her mouth with lying words.. viii. and states. 1723 COWPER: _Task.._ Act iii. queens. for such a worthy cause Dooms and devotes him as his lawful prey.. Leasings. Canto xi.: _Timon of A. Maids. the foulest whelp of sin. Sc.--kings. ii.=Slander. He finds his fellow guilty of a skin Not color'd like his own. and foul infamies. and having pow'r T' enforce the wrong. the secrets of the grave This viperous slander enters._ Act iv. 1722 SHAKS._ Bk. 10. 'T is slander. St.. Whose edge is sharper than the sword: whose tongue Outvenoms all the worms of Nile.. =Slave--Slavery._ Bk. Line 715. and doth belie All corners of the world. Line 12. All those against that fort did bend their batteries.. 1719 SPENSER: _Faerie Queene.
1728 SIR PHILIP SIDNEY: _Astrophel and Stella. his ready visit pays Where fortune smiles--the wretched he forsakes. O sleep! the certain knot of peace. The death of each day's life. 1729 YOUNG: _Night Thoughts. Chief nourisher in life's feast. Sc. sleep. 2. The impartial judge between the high and low.. A boundary between the things misnamed Death and existence: Sleep hath its own world.. 39. balmy sleep! He. great nature's second course. the balm of woe. 1731 BYRON: _Dream. The baiting-place of wit. Line 392. Sleep the sleep that knows not breaking. =Sleep. Line 1. Sleep hath its own world. and our little life Is rounded with a sleep. Sleep. 1726 SHAKS. Come. Balm of hurt minds. Tired nature's sweet restorer.: _Tempest.: _Macbeth. 1. 1727 SHAKS. sore labor's bath. O magic sleep! O comfortable bird That broodest o'er the troubled sea of the mind Till it is hush'd and smooth! 1730 KEATS: _Endymion. The poor man's wealth. that knits up the ravell'd sleave of care.._ Act ii._ Bk._ Act iv.= We are such stuff As dreams are made on._ Line 1. like the world. the prisoner's release.1725 POPE: _Odyssey. Sc. And a wide realm of wild reality. xvii.
.._ Line 456._ St._ Night i.
Morn of toil.: _Hamlet. 31. and as deep. Desirous still._ Canto i. 1736 SHENSTONE: _Moral Pieces.. and smile. surpassing this-"He giveth His beloved sleep"? 1733 MRS. I heard him complain. 1738 SHAKS._ =Sloth.._ Pt. Golden Legend. 1734 LONGFELLOW: _Christus." 1737 WATTS: _The Sluggard.= One may smile. St. but impotent to rise. I must slumber again. For gift or grace.= 'T is the voice of the sluggard. Of all the thoughts of God that are Borne inward into souls afar._ Act i. ii._ =Smiles. 1732 SCOTT: _Lady of the Lake.= Sloth views the towers of Fame with envious eyes. Sc. nor night of waking. 1735 AYTOUN: _Hermotimus. Now tell me if that any is. Along the Psalmist's music deep._ Be thy sleep Silent as night is. BROWNING: _Sleep.
. "You have waked me too soon. Sleep will bring thee dreams in starry number-Let him come to thee and be thy guest._ =Sluggard. and be a villain. 5.
= I knew._ Act iii._ Bk. =Smoke. not kill'd it. and be herself. And pluck'd his gown. Long after fearing to creep forth again. ii.. Sc. that a cottage was near. Oh what were man?--a world without a sun. whose tender horns being hit. all smother'd up in shade. She'll close. 1739 BRET HARTE: _Plain Language from Truthful James. Without the smile from partial beauty won.: _Venus and A. Line 21. whilst our poor malice Remains in danger of her former tooth. 1741 CAMPBELL: _Pl.. Even children follow'd with endearing wile._ Line 1033._ Death Grinn'd horrible a ghastly smile. Lost. And there. 1742 GOLDSMITH: _Des. 2.
.: _Macbeth.. ii. doth sit.. to share the good man's smile. Village._ Pt.= The snail. by the smoke that so gracefully curl'd Above the green elms. =Snake. 1740 MILTON: _Par. 1745 SHAKS.With the smile that was childlike and bland. 1743 MOORE: _Ballad Stanzas.= We have scotch'd the snake. Line 815._ Line 183. of Hope. Shrinks backward in his shelly cave with pain. to hear His famine should be filled._ =Snail. 1744 SHAKS.
Arrives the snow. who. and stuff. and the heaven._ Act i. Let not seven stanzas written by a bore Prevent your ladyship from taking snuff.: _Richard II. Comes on. Line 245. 1747 ELIZA COOK: _Snow. Correggios. Lady. Smoother and purer than Beauty's brow. 1750 GOLDSMITH: _Retaliation. 1748 EMERSON: _The Snow-Storm. 1749 CHURCHILL: _Gotham._ =Snow-Drop. The creature of thought scarce likes to tread On the delicate carpet so richly spread._ Line 145. =Snuff.=Snow. the river. driving o'er the fields. 1751 BYRON: _Lines to Lady Holland. He shifted his trumpet and only took snuff. i._
.= Or wallow naked in December snow By thinking on fantastic summer's heat? 1746 SHAKS. Seems nowhere to alight: the whited air Hides hills and woods. and._ Bk. Sc. accept the gift a hero wore In spite of all this elegiac stuff.= When they talked of their Raphaels.= The snow-drop. the herald of fair Flora's train. 3 A cheer for the snow--the drifting snow.. in habit white and plain._ Announced by all the trumpets of the sky...
Wept o'er his wounds. and talk'd the night away. Sc. Thou more than soldier. and bearded like the pard. 7.=Society._ Bk.= A soldier. and just less than sage? 1757 MOORE: _To Thomas Hume. there only reach their proper use. 1752 COWPER: _Task. Society became my glittering bride. 't is there alone His faculties expanded in full bloom Shine out._ Act i. Full of strange oaths. Sc. sudden and quick in quarrel._ Line 155. 1756 GOLDSMITH: _Des. tales of sorrow done. 3.: _As You Like It. And but for these vile guns.: _1 Henry IV. Line 659.. How shall we rank thee upon glory's page. Seeking the bubble reputation Even in the cannon's mouth.= Man in society is like a flower Blown in its native bed.=
. The broken soldier. He would himself have been a soldier. iv._ Act ii. 1754 SHAKS. kindly bade to stay. 1753 WORDSWORTH: _Excursion. 1755 SHAKS. Jealous in honor. Village.. And airy hopes my children._ Bk._ =Solitude. and show'd how fields were won. iii... or. =Soldier. Sat by his fire. Shoulder'd his crutch.
Lost. Man dwells apart. Selkirk. 1758 MILTON: _Par. i. ix.Solitude sometimes is best society. 1. 1762 SHAKS._ Pt. Sc. He walks among his peers unread. And by Heaven's blessing thinks himself undone. 1763 YOUNG: _Love of Fame. Afterthought. =Song._ Bk.= And heaven had wanted one immortal song.= Thence to be wrench'd with an unlineal hand. Line 197. No son of mine succeeding._ =Son._ It was a wild and lonely ride. Or marmot on the mountain side. The booby father craves a booby son. Save the hid loon's mocking cry. 1.. though not alone. For lack of listeners are not said..: _Macbeth. 1761 HAMLIN GARLAND: _The Long Trail.. 1764 DRYDEN: _Absalom and Achitophel. O solitude! where are the charms That sages have seen in thy face? Better dwell in the midst of alarms. Line 165. Than reign in this horrible place. And short retirement urges sweet return.
.._ Act iii. 1759 COWPER: _Verses supposed to be written by Alex._ Satire ii. 1760 JEAN INGELOW: _Afternoon at a Parsonage. Line 249. The best of thoughts which he hath known. The earth was silent as the sky._ St.
1766 POPE: _Odyssey. Sc. xxii._ St._ Line 340. 1767 WORDSWORTH: _Scorn not the Sonnet. 1771 TENNYSON: _Locksley Hall. with this key Shakespeare unlocked his heart.. _Home._ Act i. Self-taught I sing. For dear to gods and men is sacred song. 1769 SHAKS._ This is truth the poet sings.= Scorn not the sonnet. 3. That a sorrow's crown of sorrow is remembering happier things. Line 382. 1768 SHAKS.. Sc. That may succeed as his inheritor. you have frowned._ =Sorrow. but brings an heir. and moraliz'd his song. let such relate
._ Bk. The genuine seeds of poesy are sown. 4. Critic._ Sc. But stoop'd to truth.= But whither went his soul. Mindless of its just honors. One sorrow never comes. =Soul.: _Macbeth. and bids it break. and Heaven alone.That not in fancy's maze he wander'd long..: _Pericles._ Act iv. by Heaven.= Give sorrow words: the grief that does not speak Whispers the o'erfraught heart. 1765 POPE: _Prologue to the Satires. 1770 BAILEY: _Festus. Nothing comes to us too soon but sorrow. =Sonnet. 38.
DANA: _Thoughts on the Soul. =Spain.-The sound must seem an echo to the sense._ Pt. Lost. 3. to equal which the tallest pine Hewn on Norwegian hills to be the mast Of some great ammiral were but a wand.. HEMANS: _Abencerrage. 1772 DRYDEN: _Palamon and Arcite. iii. Line 162.= Fair land! of chivalry the old domain. =Speech. ii. =Spear.= Rude am I in my speech And little bless'd with the soft phrase of peace. Land of the vine and olive. 1773 R. 1777 MILTON: _Par._ Bk.= His spear.H._ Bk.= 'T is not enough no harshness gives offence.. of the soul. its fate To shape the outward to its own estate._ Canto ii._ The gods approve The depth.: _Othello._ Act i. lovely Spain! 1776 MRS. 1778 SHAKS. i. Line 2120._ =Sound.
. Line 292.. Line 1.. on Criticism. 1774 WORDSWORTH: _Laodamia..Who search the secrets of the future state. 1775 POPE: _E. Sc. It is the Soul's prerogative. and not the tumult.
poured his song O'er all the mazes of enchanted ground. both when we wake and when we sleep. Who._ Bk.._ Bk. Sc. 1. Line 17.= Though nothing can bring back the hour Of splendor in the grass. =Spirits.: _1 Henry IV... And spires whose "silent finger points to heaven. =Spenser._ Bk._ Line 1574. 1. like a copious river. iv.
. Summer. vi. =Spires. fancy's pleasing son._ Act iii. 1780 THOMSON: _Seasons. of glory in the flower. or so can any man: But will they come.= Ye swelling hills and spacious plains! Besprent from shore to shore with steeple towers. Why. The gentle Spenser.. when you do call for them? 1782 SHAKS. =Splendor. Line 677. even your loved words Float in the larger meaning of your voice As something dimmer." 1781 WORDSWORTH: _Excursion. 1779 GEORGE ELIOT: _Spanish Gypsy. Millions of spiritual creatures walk the earth Unseen. Lost. 1783 MILTON: _Par. so can I.Speech is but broken light upon the depth Of the unspoken.= Nor shall my verse that elder bard forget.= I can call spirits from the vasty deep.
"Come. come!"-Oh! Thomson. void of rhyme as well as reason.= Thick around Thunders the sport of those. They have their exits and their entrances. 1788 HOOD: _Spring.1784 WORDSWORTH: _Intimations of Immortality. =Sport. 7. =Spring. gentle Spring! ethereal mildness. In the spring a young man's fancy lightly turns to thoughts of love. come.= In the spring a livelier iris changes on the burnish'd dove. 1785 THOMSON: _Seasons._ Act ii. ethereal mildness. Winter. Sc. on our plains descend. Worse than the season desolate the fields. 10. How could'st thou thus poor human nature hum? There 's no such season. gentle Spring. 1789 SHAKS.= All the world's a stage. 1787 THOMSON: _Seasons._ Line 19.. His acts being seven ages._ St._ Line 788. And all the men and women merely players. And from the bosom of your dropping cloud._ Line 1.
. impatient bounding at the shot. who with the gun And dog. 1786 TENNYSON: _Locksley Hall._ =Stage. Spring. veiled in a shower Of shadowing roses.: _As You Like It. While music wakes around. And one man in his time plays many parts. Come.
Like tapers clear without number! 1791 HERRICK: _Aph.._ Canto iii. Harold. Sc._ =State._ Act iii. =Statesman. 88. 1790 SHAKS.=Stars._ Ye stars! which are the poetry of Heaven. 4._ Act v. St. 1792 BYRON: _Ch. Harold.= An honest statesman to a prince._ Canto ii. 1794 BYRON: _Ch. 2. St.--'t is to be forgiven.= Two stars keep not their motion in one sphere. And claim a kindred with you.
... Night Piece. To Julia. Now only here and there a little star Looks forth alone. the grateful tree Rewards it with his shadow. The stars of the night Will lend thee their light. If in your bright leaves we would read the fate Of men and empires.. The spring bathes the tree's root. Our destinies o'erleap their mortal state. 1795 WEBSTER: _Duchess of Malfi. Sc. Is like a cedar planted by a spring. That in our aspirations to be great.. 1793 WILLIAM CULLEN BRYANT: _The Constellations.: _1 Henry IV. 84.= A thousand years scarce serve to form a state: An hour may lay it in the dust.
1797 SHAKS. Under the dome of the Union sky.-There with the glorious General's name Be it said in letters both bold and bright: "Here is the steed that saved the day By carrying Sheridan into the fight. Sc.: _Jul. the rack stand still. From Winchester._ Nail to the mast her holy flag. 2._ Act iii. The bold winds speechless. 1799 COWPER: _Light Shining out of Darkness. =Storms.. and the orb below As hush as death.= We often see.: _Hamlet. 1798 SHAKS._ Act ii. Sc. Caesar.=Steed.--twenty miles away!" 1796 THOMAS BUCHANAN READ: _Sheridan's Ride.= Hurrah. The lightning and the gale! 1800
._ =Stones. A silence in the heavens. Set every threadbare sail. He plants his footsteps in the sea And rides upon the storm.-The American soldier's Temple of Fame. against some storm. 2.. God moves in a mysterious way His wonders to perform. hurrah for Sheridan! Hurrah. And give her to the god of storms.= Put a tongue In every wound of Caesar that should move The stones of Rome to rise and mutiny. hurrah for horse and man! And when their statues are placed on high.
OLIVER WENDELL HOLMES: _Old Ironsides._ =Story.= Her father loved me; oft invited me; Still question'd me the story of my life, From year to year, the battles, sieges, fortune, That I have passed. 1801 SHAKS.: _Othello,_ Act i., Sc. 3. She thank'd me, And bade me, if I had a friend that loved her, I should but teach him how to tell my story, And that would woo her. 1802 SHAKS.: _Othello,_ Act i., Sc. 3. =Strangers.= By foreign hands thy dying eyes were clos'd, By foreign hands thy decent limbs compos'd, By foreign hands thy humble grave adorn'd, By strangers honored, and by strangers mourn'd. 1803 POPE: _To the Memory of an Unfortunate Lady,_ Line 51. =Streets.= The graves stood tenantless, and the sheeted dead Did squeak and gibber in the Roman streets. 1804 SHAKS.: _Hamlet,_ Act i., Sc. 1. =Strength.= O, it is excellent To have a giant's strength; but it is tyrannous To use it like a giant. 1805 SHAKS.: _M. for M.,_ Act ii., Sc. 2.
To be strong Is to be happy! 1806 LONGFELLOW: _Christus, Golden Legend,_ Pt. ii. =Strife.= No fears to beat away, no strife to heal,-The past unsighed for, and the future sure. 1807 WORDSWORTH: _Laodamia._ =Striving.= How far your eyes may pierce I cannot tell; Striving to better, oft we mar what's well. 1808 SHAKS.: _King Lear,_ Act i., Sc. 4. =Study.= Study is like the heaven's glorious sun, That will not be deep-search'd with saucy looks; Small have continual plodders ever won, Save base authority from others' books. 1809 SHAKS.: _Love's L. Lost,_ Act i., Sc. 1. If not to some peculiar end design'd Study 's the specious trifling of the mind, Or is at best a secondary aim, A chase for sport alone, and not for game. 1810 YOUNG: _Love of Fame,_ Satire ii., Line 67. =Style.= The lives of trees lie only in the barks, And in their styles the wit of greatest clerks. 1811 BUTLER: _Sat. on Abuse of Human Learning,_ Line 211.
=Success.= Didst thou never hear That things ill got had ever bad success? 1812 SHAKS.: _3 Henry VI.,_ Act ii., Sc. 2. Life lives only in success. 1813 BAYARD TAYLOR: _Amran's Wooing,_ St. 5. 'Tis not in mortals to command success; But we'll do more, Sempronius--we'll deserve it. 1814 ADDISON: _Cato,_ Act i., Sc. 2. =Suffering.= Yet tears to human suffering are due; And mortal hopes defeated and o'erthrown Are mourned by man, and not by man alone. 1815 WORDSWORTH: _Laodamia._ =Suicide.= Why, he that cuts off twenty years of life Cuts off so many years of fearing death. 1816 SHAKS.: _Jul. Caesar,_ Act iii., Sc. 1. --He That kills himself to avoid misery, fears it; And at the best shows but a bastard valor. 1817 MASSINGER: _Maid of Honor,_ Act iv., Sc. 3. =Summer.= Eternal summer gilds them yet, But all except their sun is set. 1818
Byron: _Don Juan,_ Canto iii., St. 86. 1. It is a sultry day; the sun has drunk The dew that lay upon the morning grass; There is no rustling in the lofty elm That canopies my dwelling, and its shade Scarce cools me. All is silent, save the faint And interrupted murmur of the bee, Settling on the sick flowers, and then again Instantly on the wing. 1819 WILLIAM CULLEN BRYANT: _Summer Wind._ =Sun.= The glorious sun, Stays in his course, and plays the alchemist; Turning, with splendor of his precious eye, The meagre cloddy earth to glittering gold. 1820 SHAKS.: _King John,_ Act iii., Sc. 1. Busy old fool, unruly sun, Why dost thou thus, Through windows and through curtains call on us? 1821 JOHN DONNE: _The Sun-Rising._ My own hope is, a sun will pierce The thickest cloud earth ever stretched. 1822 ROBERT BROWNING: _Apparent Failure,_ vii. =Sunflower.= Light enchanted sunflower, thou Who gazest ever true and tender On the sun's revolving splendor! * * * * * Restless sunflowers, cease to move. 1823 SHELLEY: _Tr. of "Magico Prodigioso" of Calderon,_ Sc. 3. The heart that has truly lov'd never forgets,
But as truly loves on to the close, As the sunflower turns on her god when he sets The same look which she turn'd when he rose. 1824 MOORE: _Believe Me, If all Those Endearing Young Charms._ Miles and miles of gold and green Where the sunflowers blow In a solid glow. 1825 ROBERT BROWNING: _Lovers' Quarrel,_ St. 6. Unloved, the sunflower, shining fair, Ray round with flames her disk of seed. 1826 TENNYSON: _In Memoriam,_ Pt. ci., St. 2. =Sunrise.= When from the opening chambers of the east The morning springs in thousand liveries drest, The early larks their morning tribute pay, And, in shrill notes, salute the blooming day. 1827 THOMSON: _The Morning in the Country._ 'Tis morn. Behold the kingly Day now leaps The eastern wall of earth with sword in hand, Clad in a flowing robe of mellow light. Like to a king that has regain'd his throne, He warms his drooping subjects into joy, That rise rejoiced to do him fealty, And rules with pomp the universal world. 1828 JOAQUIN MILLER: _Ina,_ Sc. 2. =Sunset.= The weary sun hath made a golden set, And, by the bright track of his fiery car, Gives token of a goodly day to-morrow. 1829 SHAKS.: _Richard III.,_ Act v., Sc. 3.
O the wondrous golden sunset of the blest October day. 1830 JULIA C.R. DORR: _Margery Grey,_ St. 24. The descending sun Seems to caress the city that he loves, And crowns it with the aureole of a saint. 1831 LONGFELLOW: _Michael Angelo,_ Pt. i., 2. The sun is going down, And I must see the glory from the hill. 1832 GEORGE ELIOT: _Agatha._ =Sunshine.= See the gold sunshine patching, And streaming and streaking across The gray-green oaks; and catching, By its soft brown beard, the moss. 1833 BAILEY: _Festus,_ Sc. _The Surface._ As sunshine broken in the rill, Though turned astray, is sunshine still. 1834 MOORE: _The Fire-Worshippers._ =Surfeit.= As surfeit is the father of much fast, So every scope, by the immoderate use, Turns to restraint. 1835 SHAKS.: _M. for M.,_ Act i., Sc. 3. =Surprise.= The fool of nature stood with stupid eyes And gaping mouth, that testified surprise. 1836 DRYDEN: _Cymon and Iphigenia,_ Line 41.
=Suspense.= For thee the fates, severely kind, ordain A cool suspense, from pleasure and from pain. 1837 POPE: _Eloisa to A.,_ Line 249. =Suspicion.= Suspicion always haunts the guilty mind; The thief doth fear each bush an officer. 1838 SHAKS.: _3 Henry VI.,_ Act v., Sc. 6. =Swallow.= When Autumn scatters his departing gleams, Warned of approaching Winter, gathered, play The swallow-people; and tossed wide around O'er the calm sky, in convolution swift, The feathered eddy floats; rejoicing once, Ere to their wintry slumbers they retire. 1839 THOMSON: _Seasons, Autumn,_ Line 836. =Swans.= The swan, with arched neck Between her white wings mantling proudly, rows Her state with oary feet. 1840 MILTON: _Par. Lost,_ Bk. vii., Line 438. =Swearing.= And being thus frighted swears a prayer or two And sleeps again. 1841 SHAKS.: _Rom. and Jul.,_ Act i., Sc. 4.
Take not His name, who made thy mouth, in vain; It gets thee nothing, and hath no excuse. 1842 HERBERT: _Temple, Church Porch,_ St. 10. =Sweetness.= Things sweet to taste prove in digestion sour. 1843 SHAKS.: _Richard II.,_ Act i., Sc. 3. Married to immortal verse, Such as the meeting soul may pierce, In notes with many a winding bout Of linked sweetness long drawn out. 1844 MILTON: _L'Allegro,_ Line 135. =Swiftness.= I go, I go; look how I go; Swifter than arrow from the Tartar's bow. 1845 SHAKS.: _Mid. N. Dream,_ Act iii., Sc. 2. His golden locks time hath to silver turned; O time too swift! O swiftness never ceasing! 1846 GEORGE PEELE: _Sonnet, Polyhymnia._ =Swimming.= How many a time have I Cloven with arm still lustier, breast more daring, The wave all roughen'd; with a swimmer's stroke Flinging the billows back from my drench'd hair, And laughing from my lip the audacious brine, Which kiss'd it like a wine-cup, rising o'er The waves as they arose, and prouder still The loftier they uplifted me. 1847 BYRON: _Two Foscari,_ Act i., Sc. 1.
=Sword.= Full bravely hast thou fleshed Thy maiden sword. 1848 SHAKS.: _1 Henry IV.,_ Act v., Sc. 4. Chase brave employment with a naked sword Throughout the world. 1849 HERBERT: _The Church Porch._ =Sympathy.= Thou hast given me, in this beauteous face, A world of earthly blessings to my soul, If sympathy of love unite our thoughts. 1850 SHAKS.: _2 Henry VI.,_ Act i., Sc. 1. There's nought in this bad world like sympathy: 'Tis so becoming to the soul and face-Sets to soft music the harmonious sigh, And robes sweet friendship in a Brussels lace. 1851 BYRON: _Don Juan,_ Canto xiv., St. 47. =Synods.= Synods are mystical bear-gardens, Where elders, deputies, church-wardens, And other members of the court, Manage the Babylonish sport. 1852 BUTLER: _Hudibras,_ Pt. i., Canto iii., Line 1095.
iii._ Pt.. 1857 SHAKS. 3. Prologue. But still his tongue ran on.A. as neighe as ever he can. Everich word.: _Othello. if it be in his charge. 5. Sc. WADE: _Meet Me by Moonlight.: _Hamlet. But that I am forbid To tell the secrets of my prison-house. I will a round unvarnish'd tale deliver Of my whole course of love.= We will not stand to prate. And then I will tell you a tale Must be told by the moonlight alone. They always talk who never think. with greater ease And with its everlasting clack. Canto ii. In the grove at the end of the vale! 1856 J._
. Sc. whose lightest word Would harrow up thy soul. I could a tale unfold. 1853 CHAUCER: _Canterbury Tales. Meet me by moonlight alone. Talkers are no good doers.. 1855 SHAKS. 1854 SHAKS._ Line 733. 3. be assured We go to use our hands.._ =Talk. Line 443._ Act i. 1859 PRIOR: _Upon this Passage in the Scaligeriana.. He moste reherse. Set all men's ears upon the rack..: _Richard III. and not our tongues._ Act i. All speke he never so rudely and so large. Sc.Who so shall telle a tale after a man.. the less Of weight it bore. 1858 BUTLER: _Hudibras._ Act i.
Be it in music. than to wring From the hard hands of peasants their vile trash.. is seldom wrong. 36.. my friend. St.. as well as other faculties.
..= Talk what you will of taste. And men talk only to conceal the mind. Good native Taste. painting. =Tasso. Sc.= Tasso is their glory and their shame._ Satire ii._ Act v. tho' rude. Improves with age and ripens by degrees. And where Alfonso bade his poet dwell. 1. Line 268. =Taste. you'll find Two of a face as soon as of a mind. Harold.-Lord! how it talked! 1861 BEAUMONT AND FLETCHER: _Scornful Lady. iii. Line 567. or in song: But this._ Line 26 Such and so various are the tastes of men. =Taxation. 1864 ARMSTRONG: _Taste. 1865 AKENSIDE: _Pl. of the Imagination. And drop my blood for drachmas._ Bk. Hark to his strain! and then survey his cell! And see how dearly earn'd Torquato's fame. 1862 BYRON: _Ch..= By heaven. 1863 POPE: Satire vi._ Canto iv. Line 207. 1860 YOUNG: _Love of Fame.Where Nature's end of language is declin'd. It would talk. I had rather coin my heart.
: _Henry VIII. Sc._ Act iv._
.= For her own breakfast she'll project a scheme. 1872 HERRICK: _Noble Numbers. Who nothing has to lose.. 1. 1866 SHAKS. 2._ Act v._ Act ii.. not our present laughter. that my teaching And the strong course of my authority Might go one way. Sc. Our present tears here.. Nor take her tea without a stratagem. 3.: _Jul._ Satire vi. Then fresh tears Stood on her cheeks.: _As You Like It.. to Sir Richard Temple. Of Pleasing. 1871 SHAKS. as doth the honey-dew Upon a gather'd lily almost wither'd. Sc. the war bewails. =Tears.. And he who nothing pays. 1869 SHAKS. Line 190. 1. at taxes rails.= I have labored. =Tea.: _Titus And. Sc.= The big round tears Cours'd one another down his innocent nose In piteous chase. 1870 SHAKS. Caesar._ Act iii._ Line 17. Tears. And with no little study. =Teaching. 1868 YOUNG: _Love of Fame.By any indirection... Are but the handsells of our joys hereafter. 1867 CONGREVE: _Epis.
St. 1876 TENNYSON: _The Princess. i. FINCH: _The Blue and the Gray. Tears and love for the Gray. such as angels weep. 1877 CAMPBELL: _Pl. burst forth. and thrice in spite of scorn._ Pt. 1874 SCOTT: _Marmion. A child will weep a bramble's smart. I know not what they mean. when She sees the tears of bearded men. 16. it doth amaze me A man of such a feeble temper should So get the start of the majestic world And bear the palm alone. i. 1873 MILTON: _Par. Waiting the judgment day. Tears. Under the sod and the dew.= Ye gods. iv.._ Tears. To me the meanest flower that blows can give Thoughts that do often lie too deep for tears. idle tears. And thinking of the days that are no more.. Line 21. Beauty's tears are lovelier than her smile.._ Bk. Line 619._ Pt. Love and tears for the Blue. 1878 FRANCIS M. Lost. In looking on the happy Autumn fields. A maid to see her sparrow part._ =Temper.. Tears from the depth of some divine despair Rise in the heart._ Canto v. of Hope. 1875 WORDSWORTH: _Intimations of Immortality. 1879
. A stripling for a woman's heart: But woe awaits a country.Thrice he assay'd. and gather to the eyes. Line 180.
and show In forked flashes a commanding tempest. ii. and musters muttering thunder._ Act ii._ Act i. Summer. To swell above the measure of his guise._ Act v.SHAKS. 2. and hence will profit come..: _1 Henry IV. And the great sea puft up with proud disdaine. =Temperance. 1882 SPENSER: _Faerie Queene. 1883 THOMSON: _Seasons. Till.. 21. Sc. As threatning to devoure all that his powre despise._ Letter xvii._ Bk. Foretells a tempest and a blustering day. in the furious elemental war Dissolv'd. Sc. and their attendant cares. age. =Tempests. 1881 SHAKS. by his hollow whistling in the leaves. the whole precipitated mass. And.= Temp'rate in every place. at home. Unbroken floods and solid torrents pours. In clouds that seem approaching fast. Caesar. Sc. Suddeine they see from midst of all the maine The surging waters like a mountaine rise.._ Line 799. The sky Is overcast.. 1880 CRABBE: _The Borough. From cloud to cloud the rending lightnings rage.: _Jul....= The southern wind Doth play the trumpet to his purposes. 1884 BYRON: _Sardanapalus.--abroad.=
. Line 198. =Temptation. 1. Thence will applause. St. 1. And health from either--he in time prepares For sickness. Canto xii.
Just as the saints and wicked vary. to win us to our harm. safe from sin's pollution. v. For saints may do the same things by The spirit.: _Macbeth. 1889 LONGFELLOW: _The Day is Done. in sincerity. She lives whom we call dead. 1888 BAYARD TAYLOR: _Improvisations._ Pt. Win us with honest trifles. The instruments of darkness tell us truths.= Shall fold their tents like the Arabs. Is the tender fear of wrong. 3. And as silently steal away. Safe from temptation. 1887 LONGFELLOW: _Resignation_ =Tenderness._ =Terror. That never wrongeth. Sc. And at the devil's instance do: And yet the actions be contrary.. =Tents. ii.. 1886 BUTLER: _Hudibras. 'Tis the temptation of the devil That makes all human actions evil._ Act i. in your threats.= There is no terror. 1885 SHAKS. to betray us In deepest consequence..
._ Pt. Line 233. Canto ii. Which other men are tempted to.= Higher than the perfect song For which love longeth. Cassius.Oftentimes.
4.: _Jul.= The robb'd that smiles._ Act iv. =Text... Are idly bent on him that enters next. =Thief. After a well-graced actor leaves the stage. Sc. =Thankfulness.: _Titus And.: _Hamlet. steals something from the thief. And I the matter will re-word. 1895 SHAKS..: _Tam. 21... 3. =Test.: _Richard II. 3._ Act v. Sc. 1893 SHAKS. of the S._ Act i. That teach the rustic moralist to die. 1891 SHAKS. is honorable meed.= Bring me to the test.= And many a holy text around she strews..= The poorest service is repaid with thanks. 1894 SHAKS. Sc. 2. Thanks to men Of noble minds. 1896
._ Act iv..1890 SHAKS. 1892 GRAY: _Elegy. Thinking his prattle to be tedious. Sc. Caesar.= As in a theatre. =Theatre. Sc.. the eyes of men._ Act iii._ St. 5.
ii. In vain impels the burning mouth to crave One drop--the last--to cool it for the grave. No thought which ever stirred A human breast should be untold._ Sc. 4. St. 1901 ROBERT BROWNING: _Paracelsus. Thought leapt out to wed with Thought Ere Thought could wed itself with Speech.= Why are we fond of toil and care? Why choose the rankling thorn to wear? 1898 J. Sc. their ends none of our own. Canto v.= That panting thirst.SHAKS._ =Thought. which scorches in the breath Of those that die the soldier's fiery death. 2. 1897 BYRON: _Lara.. Feeling deeper than all thought. 1900 OWEN MEREDITH: _Lucile. =Thorn.: _Hamlet.._ Canto ii. 3.._ Act i. 16.: _Othello. Sc.. St. Thought is deeper than all speech. 1903
.. 1902 TENNYSON: _In Memoriam.M. Thought alone is eternal. 2. xxiii.._ Pt.= Our thoughts are ours. Souls to souls can never teach What unto themselves was taught. USTERI: _Life let us Cherish._ Act iii._ Pt. St. 1899 SHAKS. =Thirst. 16.
which far Outshone the wealth of Ormus and of Ind..= And threat'ning France.= If thou more murmur'st.= Sewing at once a double thread._ =Threats. I will rend an oak.
.. Lost.: _Tempest. Horatio! the funeral baked meats Did coldly furnish forth the marriage tables.. Lost..= Thrift. Lest with a whip of scorpions I pursue Thy ling'ring. 1907 SHAKS. 1904 HOOD: _Song of the Shirt. =Thrift.CHRISTOPHER P. And peg thee in his knotty entrails. Back to thy punishment. ii. 1908 MILTON: _Par. Line 1.= High on a throne of royal state._ Bk.: _Hamlet. =Thunder. False fugitive. 2. Line 699._ =Thread. 1905 SHAKS. Sc. Sc._ Act i. plac'd like a painted Jove. ii. 1906 MILTON: _Par. thrift. till Thou hast howl'd away twelve winters. and to thy speed add wings. 2._ Act i. =Throne. CRANCH: _Stanzas._ Bk. A shroud as well as a shirt.
3. 39. 5.. 92.= Even at the turning o' the tide. There is a tide in the affairs of men Which taken at the flood. Sc.= I wasted time._ Threefold the stride of Time. And this same flower that smiles to-day..._ Act ii. To-morrow will be dying. Far along.=
. 1912 SHAKS. from first to last! Loitering slow.: _Richard II._ =Tithes. =Time.._ Act iv. 3. 1913 SHAKS. the PRESENT sweepeth-And motionless forever stands the PAST. Time. Sc._ Act v._ St. leads on to fortune. 1911 SHAKS. and now doth time waste me. the FUTURE creepeth-Arrow-swift.Kept idle thunder in his lifted hand. St. 1910 BYRON: _Ch._ Canto iii. Leaps the live thunder. =Tide.: _Henry V. Old time is still a-flying. Sc. 1909 DRYDEN: _Annus Mirabilis. From peak to peak. the rattling crags among. 1914 HERRICK: _To Virgins to Make Much of Time... 1915 SCHILLER: _Sentences of Confucius. Gather ye rosebuds while ye may. Harold. Caesar.: _Jul.
close at the ear of Eve. =Toad. And in one little word. 1918 YOUNG: _Love of Fame.. 1920 BYRON: _The Island._ Satire i. Lost. of Horace. Titles are jests. our life. But oh! it cuts him like a scythe. 1921 DRYDEN: _Im. When tithing-time draws near.= We all are soldiers. 1916 COWPER: _Yearly Distress. 1._ St. our joys are all To-day._ Bk. =Tobacco. Sc._ Act i. 1917 BEAUMONT AND FLETCHER: _King or No King. And where there is no difference in men's worth. iv. Our cares are all To-day.._ Bk. lies. and all venture lives. what is it but--To-day?
.This priest he merry is and blithe Three quarters of a year. 2. iii. The fool or knave that wears a title. 1919 MILTON: _Par.= Squat like a toad. Line 65. Titles are marks of honest men and wise. =To-day. Line 137. =Titles._ Canto ii...= Happy the man and happy he alone.. He who can call to-day his own. Line 800. Ode 29. 19. St.= Sublime tobacco! which from east to west Cheers the tar's labor or the Turkman's rest.
Defer not till to-morrow to be wise.: _Macbeth. 13.1922 TUPPER: _Proverbial Phil. E'en in our ashes live their wonted fires. of To-day_ =Toil. and to-morrow.= No man is born into the world whose work Is not born with him. And tools to work withal._ St. And blessed are the horny hands of toil. 23. and strong and weak. Rich and poor. 1927 SCHILLER: _The Victory Feast. Creeps in this petty pace from day to day. =To-morrow. Thy sweet smiles we ever seek--
. 1925 SHAKS. for those who will._ To-morrow comes and we are where? Then let us live to-day. To the last syllable of recorded time._ _Tomb. There is always work._ Act v.= To-morrow. To-morrow's sun on thee may never rise. Sc. 5. 1926 CONGREVE: _Letter to Cobham.. 1924 GRAY: _Elegy. Where art thou. and to-morrow. through joy and sorrow. And all our yesterdays have lighted fools The way to dusty death._ E'en from the tomb the voice of nature cries. 1923 JAMES RUSSELL LOWELL: _A Glance Behind the Curtain. beloved To-morrow? Whom young and old._ St.
: _Much Ado. Line 89. 2. 2._ Pt.= There was never yet philosopher That could endure the toothache patiently.= For all a rhetorician's rules Teach nothing but to name his tools. =Toothache. No.: _Tempest.= While thou livest. 1928 SHELLEY: _To-morrow. Sc. 1931 COWPER: _Conversation. Canto i.. How few respect or use thee as they ought! But all shall give account of every wrong._ =Tongue. 1929 SHAKS.. Sacred interpreter of human thought. Sc.: _Hamlet. i. 1930 SHAKS. let the candied tongue lick absurd pomp.
. keep a good tongue in thy head._ Act iii.. 1933 SHAKS._ Act iii. 1. Who dare dishonor or defile the tongue. =Torrent. Sc.= So the loud torrent and the whirlwind's roar But bind him to his native mountains more. =Tools. And crook the pregnant hinges of the knee Where thrift may follow fawning.._ Act v. 1932 BUTLER: _Hudibras.In thy place--ah! well-a-day! We find the thing we fled--To-day._ Line 23..
1935 BYRON: _Ch._ St.= God made the country.. Harold._ Line 217. Along the lawn. St. =Trade. =Toys. Line 749. where scatter'd hamlets rose. 1938 AKENSIDE: _Virtuoso. Trade's proud empire hastes to swift decay.._ Line 63. and man made the town. 1940
. =Torture.= Seeks painted trifles and fantastic toys. And eagerly pursues imaginary joys. Unwieldy wealth and cumbrous pomp repose._ Canto iv. trade's unfeeling train Usurp the land._ Line 75. Village. And boil in endless torture.= Towers and battlements it sees Bosom'd high in tufted trees._ Bk i.1934 GOLDSMITH: _Traveller. 1937 COWPER: _Task.= The hell of waters! where they howl and hiss. and dispossess the swain. 1939 GOLDSMITH: _Des. =Towers. =Town. 1936 MILTON: _L'Allegro. 69. 10.= But times are alter'd.
DR. Whilst bloody treason flourish'd over us. When I was at home. =Treason. But travellers must be content. So Judas kiss'd his master.._ Act v. Sc.= Like ships that have gone down at sea When heaven was all tranquillity. 1945 SHAKS. iv.= Now spurs the lated traveller apace To gain the timely inn. Epigram 5. And cried--All hail! when as he meant--all harm._ =Tranquillity. if it prosper. 1946 SHAKS. In travelling I shape myself betimes to idleness And take fools' pleasures. JOHNSON: _Line added to Goldsmith's Des. 1942 SHAKS.. 7. 1944 GEORGE ELIOT: _Spanish Gypsy.: _As You Like It...: _3 Henry VI. Sc._ =Traveller--Travelling._ Act ii._ Act iii. Sc.= Then I.: _Macbeth.
. Treason doth never prosper: what's the reason? Why. 1943 SHAKS. 4.. none dare call it treason._ Bk. 1941 MOORE: _Lalla Rookh.. The Light of the Harem. 1947 SIR JOHN HARRINGTON: _Epigrams._ Act iii.: _Jul._ Bk. Village. 2.. I was in a better place. Caesar. 3. and you.. i. Sc.. and all of us fell down.
1949 MILTON: _Comus. 1952 HENRY VAUGHAN: _The Timber. 1948 DRYDEN: _Medals. Many bright mornings. 1951 WILLIAM CULLEN BRYANT: _Forest Hymn. The groves were God's first temples._ Sure thou didst flourish once! and many springs.
. Which now are dead. Successful crimes alone are justified._ Line 398. And spread the roof above them. much dew. =Treasure.= The unsunn'd heaps Of miser's treasure.Castle._ A brotherhood of venerable trees.= Trees can smile in light at the sinking sun Just as the storm comes. 1954 MARGARET J. and lay the architrave.Treason is not own'd when 'tis descried. many light hearts and wings. 7._ =Trial. 1950 ROBERT BROWNING: _Pauline. 1953 WORDSWORTH: _Sonnet composed at ---.= We learn through trial._ Line 726. =Trees. lodg'd in thy living bowers. Ere man learned To hew the shaft. PRESTON: _Attainment._ St. as a girl would look On a departing lover--most serene._ Line 207. many showers. Passed o'er thy head.
and make crouch beneath his foot. 1._ Satire vi.
._ Act iii. 1956 YOUNG: _Love of Fame. Small sands the mountain. 1958 SHAKS. Line 193. and cauldron bubble.. And half our misery from our foibles springs. And by opposing end them._ Line 1185. Sc. 1960 CHAUCER: _The Frankeleines Tale. To be. =Truth.: _Hamlet.= Double. moments make the year. 1.= Since trifles make the sum of human things. double toil and trouble. Or to take arms against a sea of troubles.. 1959 SHAKS.. And trifles life. though it small appear._ Think nought a trifle. =Trouble. Fire burn. 1955 HANNAH MORE: _Sensibility.: _Macbeth. or not to be: that is the question: Whether 'tis nobler in the mind to suffer The stings and arrows of outrageous fortune. =Triumph._ Act iv. Sc.=Trifles._ Line 11789.= Truth is the highest thing that man may keep.= Why comes temptation. but for man to meet And master. And so be pedestaled in triumph? 1957 ROBERT BROWNING: _The Ring and the Book.
_ Bk. while you live. i. in all lands beneath the sun. 13. 1968 MRS._ Line 198. Truth is one. I love truth: truth's no cleaner thing than love._ Bk. needs only to be seen. Truth has such a face and such a mien. And all are slaves beside. Truth crushed to earth shall rise again: The eternal years of God are hers. He is the freeman whom the truth makes free._ Truth forever on the scaffold. tell truth. and shame the devil. A fault. Line 133._ Truth is truth howe'er it strike. and all ye need to know._ Dare to be true.
.. 1966 WHITTIER: _Miriam.. BROWNING: _Aurora Leigh. 1967 ROBERT BROWNING: _La Saisiaz. Church Porch.. 1964 DRYDEN: _Hind and Panther.O. 1962 WILLIAM CULLEN BRYANT: _The Battle-field. grows two thereby. truth beauty. which needs it most. 1._ St. 1963 HERBERT: _Temple._ Act iii.: _1 Henry IV. 1969 KEATS: _Ode on a Grecian Urn. Nothing can need a lie. v. Wrong forever on the throne.--that is all Ye know on earth.. 1965 COWPER: _Task. And. Beauty is truth. Line 33. Line 735._ Pt. Sc. Whoso hath eyes to see may see The tokens of its unity. 1961 SHAKS. iii. As to be lov'd..
1971 THOMSON: _Seasons._ Line 539.
.._ Line 197. =Tune. iv. Line 598. like the Turk.= Should such a man. as flies the father-dust._ Bk._ St. Spring. the exulting florist marks. and twilight gray Had in her sober livery all things clad. and while they break On the charmed eye. 1975 MILTON: _Par. no brother near the throne.= Now came still evening on. With secret pride. 8. too fond to rule alone. where beauty plays Her idle freaks. =Twilight. The varied colors run.= Green be the turf above thee. from family diffused To family. 1974 POPE: _Prologue to the Satires._ =Turk. the wonders of his hand.= Then comes the tulip race. Hymn 19. ii.. Bear. =Tulips.= Strange that a harp of thousand strings Should keep in tune so long! 1972 WATTS: _Hymns and Spiritual Songs. =Turf._ Bk. Friend of my better days! 1973 FITZ-GREENE HALLECK: _On Joseph Rodman Drake. Lost.1970 JAMES RUSSELL LOWELL: _Present Crisis.
. 1977 SHAKS. 2._ St. when tyrants seem to kiss.. Sc. The holy twilight fell upon the sea._ Act ii._ Act i. Two hearts that beat as one. Sc._ Act i.. tyrants their own. 'Twixt kings and tyrants there's this difference known-Kings seek their subjects' good.= Oh.
. how this spring of love resembleth The uncertain glory of an April day! 1980 SHAKS. 2.
==U.= Two souls with but a single thought.Peacefully The quiet stars came out. 1976 CELIA THAXTER: _A Summer Day. 1981 MARIA WHITE LOWELL: _Ingomar the Barbarian. =Unity..= 'Tis time to fear. Sc. one after one. The summer day was done.: _Pericles._ Think'st thou there is no tyranny but that Of blood and chains? 1979 BYRON: _Sardanapalus. 15 =Tyranny. 1978 HERRICK: _Aph. Kings and Tyrants._ Act i.== =Uncertainty.: _Two Gent. of V. 3.
= Fear to do base unworthy things is valor. And I do fear them. 3. 1983 SHAKS.
. 2._ Line 84. unknowing what he sought. If they be done to us. Caesar. Sc.._ Act iii. And whistled as he went.= He trudged along._ =Valor.= Oft have I heard both youths and virgins say. 1984 DRYDEN: _Cym. to suffer them. Sc._ Act iv. Birds choose their mates.: _Jul. this day. Caesar.== =Vacuity. Sc.: _Jul._ Act ii.. 1986 BEN JONSON: _New Inn. But by their flight I never can divine When I shall couple with my Valentine.= This was the most unkindest cut of all. Is valor too. =Valentine. for want of thought.= These things are beyond all use.. To His Valentine. and Iph.=Unkindness.
==V. 1985 HERRICK: _Aph.. =Use. 1982 SHAKS. 2. and couple too.
1991 SHELLEY: _Queen Mab.= In high vengeance there is noble scorn. =Variety. What dotage will not Vanity maintain? What web too weak to catch a modern brain? 1988 COWPER: _Expostulation._ Bk. That gives it all its flavor.=Vanity.: _Richard II. insatiate cormorant Consuming means. =Vapor._ Act ii. 1987 SHAKS.=
. 1992 GEORGE ELIOT: _Spanish Gypsy. 1989 POPE: _Odyssey.. =Venice. Line 143. ii. iv. 1990 COWPER: _Task. soon preys upon itself.. Sc.= Light vanity.= A wing vapor melting in a tear.= Heaven's ebon vault Studded with stars unutterably bright.._ Bk. Line 606. 1. xix._ =Vengeance. =Vault._ Bk._ Line 630.= Variety's the very spice of life..
1995 POPE: _Wife of Bath. Tasso's echoes are no more. Verse sweetens toil.= There is no vice so simple. Harold.= Love seldom haunts the breast where learning lies. ii.
. 1. 1994 BYRON: _Ch. 1993 BYRON: _Ch. =Verse. I hate when vice can bolt her arguments. Line 76. 3. =Venus. Bk. A palace and a prison on each hand. 1997 RICHARD GIFFORD: _Contemplation. of Venice. 1998 SHAKS.._ =Vice. on the Bridge of Sighs.. and hitches in a rhyme. And virtue has no tongue to check her pride. And Venus sets ere Mercury can rise._ Line 760. Sc.: _M. 1999 MILTON: _Comus.= Whoe'er offends at some unlucky time Slides into verse.. but assumes Some mark of virtue on his outward parts.. St._ Line 369. however rude the sound.I stood in Venice. St. Vice is a monster of so frightful mien. Her Prologue. 2. In Venice. She feels no biting pang the while she sings._ Canto iv. Harold.. 1996 POPE: Satire i. And silent rows the songless gondolier._ Act iii._ Canto iv.
And we are grac'd with wreaths of victory. =Villain. 2000 POPE: _Essay on Man. then pity.= Sweet Auburn! loveliest village of the plain. "But what good came of it at last?" Quoth little Peterkin. Breathes clouds of dust..
. Delight the citizen. Tight boxes neatly sash'd.._ =Village. 2001 SHAKS. familiar with her face. =Victory. that I cannot tell.. Sc." said he. then embrace. Sc. highway-side retreats. That dread th' encroachment of our growing streets. 2003 GOLDSMITH: _Des.= Thus far our fortune keeps an upward course. 2005 SHAKS._ Line 481. 2004 COWPER: _Retirement. ii. 3. who gasping there.. Village. "But 'twas a famous victory._ Act v._ Act v.As to be hated needs but to be seen._ Epis. Yet seen too oft. 1._ Suburban villas. We first endure.= Which is the villain? Let me see his eyes. and in a blaze With all a July sun's collected rays. and calls it country air. That when I note another man like him I may avoid him. "Why.: _Much Ado." 2002 ROBERT SOUTHEY: _Battle of Blenheim.: _3 Henry VI. Line 217.
Thou darling of the April rain! 2009 THOMAS BAILEY ALDRICH: _The Faded Violet. 2008 SHELLEY: _Music._ Act ii. what speechless pain! I hold thy faded lips to mine. when sweet violets sicken.=Vine. Assume a virtue if you have it not. 2. When Soft Voices Die.._ What thought is folded in thy leaves! What tender thought._ =Virtue. 7.: _Henry III. thou monarch of the vine. 'twere all alike As if we had them not... Live within the sense they quicken. Sc. Fair as a star.= Come. Not light them for themselves: for if our virtues Did not go forth of us... 1. =Violet. Sc.. their virtues We write in water.: _Ant. 2007 WORDSWORTH: _She Dwelt among the Untrodden Ways. 2011 SHAKS. Plumpy Bacchus with pink eyne! 2006 SHAKS._ Act i._ Act iv.
. as we with torches do. Men's evil manners live in brass. and Cleo.: _M. when only one Is shining in the sky._ Odors.= Heaven doth with us. Sc. 2010 SHAKS. for M.= A violet by a mossy stone Half hidden from the eye.
2013 MILTON: _Comus._ Act ii. Gentle.. Shall in the happy trial prove most glory. and low.= Her voice was ever soft.= Unheedful vows may needfully be broken. Sometimes virtue starves while vice is fed. 2015 MILTON: _Comus.. Virtue may be assail'd. of V._ Act v. an excellent thing in woman. 2017 SHAKS. but never hurt. but not enthrall'd. Sc. Line 149. Sc.2012 SHAKS._ St. Yea.
. =Voice._ Epis._ Line 589. 1.: _King Lear. Sc... It is the hour when lovers' vows Seem sweet in every whisper'd word. 2016 SHAKS.: _Hamlet. iv. Surpris'd by unjust force. 2018 BYRON: _Parisina.: _Two Gent. =Vision. 3._ Act iii. What then? Is the reward of virtue bread? 2014 POPE: _Essay on Man. 4. 6._ Line 453. =Vows. even that which mischief meant most harm.= And in clear dream and solemn vision Tell her of things that no gross ear can hear..
war is still the cry._ Bk.. 2020 MILTON: _Par.. =Walks._ Pt.. Kings would not play at. 1.. Canto i. How many poor I see! 2021 WATTS: _Divine Songs.. Sc. =War. thou son of hell.._ Bk. 2023 SHAKS. Line 297. 2.= A pillar'd shade High overarch'd. War.= Quoth she. Lost. Sc. v.: _2 Henry VI. 2022 SHAKS. Whene'er I take my walks abroad. Whom angry heav'ns do make their minister.._ Act i. were their subjects wise.==W.: _Richard III. Line 1106. He that is truly delicate to war Hath no self-love: nor he that loves himself._ Act v._ Song iv. Line 186. ii.= O war. and echoing walks between.. War's a game. 2024 COWPER: _Task. which. ix.== =Wagers. 2019 BUTLER: _Hudibras. Grim-visaged war hath smoothed his wrinkled front. "War even to the knife!" 2025
. Throw in the frozen bosoms of our part Hot coals of vengeance!--Let no soldier fly. I've heard old cunning stagers Say fools for arguments use wagers.
2028 CHARLES WOLFE: _Burial of Sir John Moore. St. =Water. 2029 BYRON: _Age of Bronze. Or with a famish'd boat's crew had your berth.. With his martial cloak around him. Sc._ Act iv. War is a terrible trade.= Men that stumble at the threshold. 7. 1. =Warning.BYRON: _Ch. 2031 BYRON: _Don Juan. You'd wish yourself where truth is--in a well. Sc.. =Warrior. Or in the desert heard the camel's bell.. Till taught by pain. 2026 LONGFELLOW: _Courtship of Miles Standish.= But he lay like a warrior taking his rest. Line 135._ =Washington.
. 84. Sweet is the smell of powder..: _3 Henry VI. 86._ Canto ii.. Men really know not what good water's worth: If you had been in Turkey or in Spain.._ Act iii. Are well foretold that danger lurks within._ Canto i._ St..= Smooth runs the water where the brook is deep.= Washington's a watchword such as ne'er Shall sink while there's an echo left to air.: _2 Henry VI. 2030 SHAKS. but in the cause that is righteous. 2027 SHAKS. 5. iv._ Pt. St. Harold.
And death unloads thee. has gold the power?
. like an ass. Incestuous._ =Way. 2034 MILTON: _Il Penseroso. What murderer. 2032 MRS._ Line 65.=Wave. what traitor. pathless way.= If thou art rich. BARBAULD: _Death of the Virtuous.: _M. =Wealth. sacrilegious. So dies a wave along the shore._ Line 831. For.= Like one that had been led astray Through the heav'n's wide.= So gently shuts the eye of day. And the winds their revels keep! 2033 EPES SARGENT: _Life On the Ocean Wave. whose back with ingots bows. therefore. With God or man will gain thee no remission._ Act iii._ A life on the ocean wave! A home on the rolling deep.. for M. that plea.. Agonistes. 1. but may plead it? All wickedness is weakness. Thou bearest thy heavy riches but a journey. Sc. =Weakness. 2036 SHAKS. 2035 MILTON: _Sam. thou art poor. To purchase heaven. parricide.= If weakness may excuse. Where the scattered waters rave.
of Venice. 4. 2040 SHAKS.= There is a method in man's wickedness. 2039 SHAKS.= Have hung My dank and dropping weeds To the stern god of sea._ Act v.. Sc.
._ =Wickedness._ Act ii._ =Weeds.Can gold remove the mortal hour? In life. A hundred thousand welcomes: I could weep.= So. Sc. 2042 BEAUMONT AND FLETCHER: _A King and No King. I wandered by the mill.= I wandered by the brookside. It must appear in other ways than words. The noisy wheel was still.. 2041 RICHARD MONCKTON MILNES: _The Brookside. =Welcome.._ Act v. 2038 MILTON: _Tr.. I could not hear the brook flow. 1. can love be bought with gold? Are friendship's pleasures to be sold? 2037 DR. =Wheel. of Horace. you are very welcome to our house. And I could laugh.-It grows up by degrees.: _M. I am light and heavy: Welcome. Ode 5. I scant this breathing courtesy._ Bk. 1. Therefore. i. Sc.: _Coriolanus. JOHNSON: _To a Friend.
Line 267. ix. Who will not well be govern'd by their wives.= Oh for a lodge in some vast wilderness. St. =Wife._ Canto ii. The water nectar.. This sweet wee wife o' mine._ Act ii. of W. 2047 BURNS: _My Wife's a Winsome Wee Thing. The wife.: _Mer. Lost. 2043 DRYDEN: _Wife of Bath. Sc. 11. and the rocks pure gold. 2045 SHAKS. 2._ Act iv.. where danger or dishonor lurks.= She is mine own: And I as rich in having such a jewel. 2046 MILTON: _Par. 2048 N. We'll leave a proof. Who guards her. or with her the worst endures.=Widows.
. =Wilderness.. W.: _Two Gent. WILLIS: _Lady Jane. And some devouring plague pursue their lives. 4._ Bk. Sc.._ The world well tried--the sweetest thing in life Is the unclouded welcome of a wife. She is a bonnie wee thing. Safest and seemliest by her husband stays. of V.. by that which we will do._ Line 543.P..= May widows wed as often as they can. Wives may be merry. As twenty seas. if all their sands were pearl. And ever for the better change their man. 2044 SHAKS. and yet honest too.
= A weapon that comes down as still As snowflakes fall upon the sod. 2054 GEORGE MACDONALD: _Songs of the Spring Days. 2050 JOHN PIERPONT: _A Word from a Petitioner. willow. But executes a freeman's will. Oh. =Will. Abbot Joachim. ii. 2052 SHAKS._ A gentle wind of western birth.= What wind blew you hither. willow! 2051 THOMAS PERCY: _Willow.= A poore soule sat sighing under a sycamore tree. Line 1._ =Wind. Setting its watch upon our walls! 2053 LONGFELLOW: _Christus.Some boundless contiguity of shade._ Bk. willow! With his hand on his bosom. it seizes and shakes The doors and window-blinds and makes Mysterious moanings in the halls. willow._ Act v. The convent-chimneys seem almost The trumpets of some heavenly host._
. 3. Oh.. his head on his knee. Wakes daisies in the wintry earth. willow. Willow. 2049 COWPER: _Task. willow. Willow. Sc.. The wind is rising..: _2 Henry IV. Pistol? Not the ill wind which blows none to good. From some far summer sea._ =Willow. As lightning does the will of God.
xiv. 'Tis the Wind of night. Line 520.= Wine makes Love forget its care.. Make the sage frolic. a shrill wail Around my dwelling. 2._ Canto iii. 2059 BYRON: _Ch._ Bk. And wine can of their wits the wise beguile. etc. How at heaven's gates she claps her wings. And passages that lead to nothing. 2060 JOHN LYLY: _Cupid and Campaspe.= Rich windows that exclude the light. and the serious smile. And mirth exalts a feast. Sc._ =Wine. 85._ =Windows. 2056 GRAY: _A Long Story. "Gay Bacchus.= This quiet sail is as a noiseless wing To waft me from distraction.A melancholy sound is in the air. The morne not waking til she sings.
._ Act v.". Harold. 2058 POPE: _Odyssey.= Now is the winter of our discontent Made glorious summer by this sun of York. A deep sigh in the distance._ St.. St. =Wing. 2057 PARNELL: _Anacreontic.. 2055 WILLIAM CULLEN BRYANT: _A Rain Dream. 1 =Winter.
_ Act iii. shining flowers upon my window-pane The silver pencil of the winter draws. iv. No chance may shake it. with all his rising train. 2065 ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON: _Winter. 2064 GOLDSMITH: _Traveller..: _Richard III. 2063 WILLIAM CULLEN BRYANT: _A Winter Piece. Vapors. 1.. To see all others' faults. and clouds. Sc. 2062 THOMSON: _Seasons. Line 260._ No vernal blooms their torpid rocks array.
. when down the iron lane The redbreast looks in vain For hips and haws. Sullen and sad.. See. But winter lingering chills the lap of May. But Winter has yet brighter scenes--he boasts Splendors beyond what gorgeous Summer knows. If that the former dare but what it can.. Winter. The stream from Wisdom's well._ Epis. Winter comes to rule the varied year. Lo. Which God supplies._ Line 1.: _Ant. Or Autumn with his many fruits. and Cleo. and storms. 11._ Act i.2061 SHAKS. In rigorous hours. and feel your own. and woods All flushed with many hues.= Wisdom and fortune combating together. 2067 POPE: _Essay on Man. 2066 SHAKS. What is it to be wise? 'Tis but to know how little can be known._ =Wisdom. Sc.. is inexhaustible._ Line 171.
2076 GEORGE WITHER: _The Shepherd's Hunting.._ And Wisdom's self Oft seeks to sweet retired solitude. Treat those of common parts with proud disdain._ St. 41. 2075 CRABBE: _Patron. 2071 YOUNG: _Night Thoughts. 2072 CHAUCER: _Canterbury Tales. =Wishes..2068 BAYARD TAYLOR: _Wisdom of All. Church Porch. i. sometimes the engineer. 2069 MILTON: _Comus.= Thy wish was father.. Though I am young._ Line 229._ Act iv. wildly striking Sometimes a friend.. =Wit--Wits. Harry. of dangerous talents vain. as our sun declines._ Line 373. 4. 2074 DRYDEN: _Absalom and Achitophel. I scorn to flit On the wings of borrowed wit._ Night v. 2070 SHAKS. to that thought.: _2 Henry IV._
. Our wishes lengthen.= I hold a mouses wit not worth a leke. Line 163._ Line 6154. That hath but one hole for to sterten to. Men famed for wit._ Pt. Sc. And thin partitions do their bounds divide. The Wif of Bathes Prologue. 2073 HERBERT: _Temple. Great wits are sure to madness near allied. Line 662. Wit's an unruly engine.
=Witches. whose fair flower. 2081 HAMLIN GARLAND: _The Gaunt Gray Wolf.: _Hamlet. Chords that vibrate sweetest pleasure Thrill the deepest notes of woe. horrible to hear. They love a train._ Night iii._ =Wolf. 2082
. Call fiends and spectres from the yawning deep.= But I have that within which passeth show. they tread each other's heel.. Sc._ =Woman. Line 63. And the homeless hear with a thrill of fear The sound of his wind-swept voice on the air.= Women are as roses. Being once display'd. 2079 YOUNG: _Night Thoughts. 2078 SHAKS. rare are solitary woes. 1. And set the ministers of hell at work. of bloody characters. 2080 BURNS: _Sweet Sensibility. =Woe._ Act iv. Sc. And conjurations. 1. doth fall that very hour. 2077 ROWE: _Jane Shore. By force of potent spells.. These but the trappings and the suits of woe._ Act i..= He's the symbol of hunger the whole earth through. Woes cluster.= Midnight hags. His spectre sits at the door or cave.
. Lost. or virtue. St. than to study household good. Line 232. good as well as ill. ix. dignify A woman. so she's good.] And yet believe me. a woman perfected. Woman's at best a contradiction still. ii. O woman! lovely woman! Nature made thee To temper man. Sc. 2085 OTWAY: _Venice Preserved.. 57. 1. when it strives to polish all it can Its last best work. Uncertain._ [_Examiner_: May 31. Earth's noblest thing. Canterbury._ Epis. 2084 MILTON: _Par. but forms a softer man._ Canto xiv. Oh. Night. we had been brutes without you. you may depend on 't. Sc. and hard to please. she won't.: _Tw.. 4. so there's an end on 't.SHAKS. 2086 _Copied from the pillar erected on the mount in the Dane John Field._ Nothing lovelier can be found In woman. 1829. Honor to women! to them it is given To garden the earth with the roses of Heaven.._ Act ii. Line 269. Where is the man who has the power and skill To stem the torrent of a woman's will? For if she will. 2083 SCHILLER: _Honor to Women. And if she won't._ And whether coldness. she will... 2088 JAMES RUSSELL LOWELL: _Irene. And good works in her husband to promote._ Bk. Heaven. 2087 POPE: _Moral Essays._ Act i. what does it signify? 2089 BYRON: _Don Juan. coy. pride. woman! in our hours of ease. And variable as the shade By the light quivering aspen made.
Amen. Now dim with shadows wandering blind. for ever and ever. 2095 PAUL HAMILTON HAYNE: _The Woodland._ Bk. And I'll protect it now. A ministering angel thou! 2090 SCOTT: _Marmion. and pen. 2093 RUDYARD KIPLING: _An Imperial Rescript.. We will work for ourselves and a woman.When pain and anguish wring the brow. MORRIS: _Woodman. 1. Till we are built like angels.= Yon woodland.._ Canto vi. and chisel. St. like a human mind. A woman mixed of such fine elements That were all virtue and religion dead She'd make them newly._ =Wonder. spare that tree! Touch not a single bough! In youth it sheltered me._ Act iv.= A schoolboy's tale. Sc._ =Woodman. the wonder of an hour! 2094 BYRON: _Ch. Now radiant with fair shapes of light. 30. 2092 GEORGE ELIOT: _The Spanish Gypsy._ Canto ii. being what she was. Spare that Tree. ii. 2091 ADDISON: _Cato. =Woodland. Harold._
. St.. 2096 GEORGE P. Has many a phase of dark and light.= Woodman. 2. The woman that deliberates is lost. with hammer.
: _Hamlet. 2. Our words have wings. and from their wings Flung rose. Apt words have power to 'suage The tumors of a troubled mind..=Woods. 2100 MILTON: _Samson Agonistes. flung odors from the spicy shrub. my thoughts remain below: Words without thoughts.= Time may restore us in his course Goethe's sage mind and Byron's force. Words. but fly not where we would. i._ Bk..: _Henry VIII. Lost. viii. 2097 MILTON: _Par. 3. And are as balm to fester'd wounds. And 'tis a kind of good deed to say well: And yet words are no deeds. Line 508. =Words. 2101 GEORGE ELIOT: _Spanish Gypsy.. 2098 SHAKS. 2099 SHAKS. St._ Line 184._ Bk.= 'Tis well said again.. Canto ii._ Act iii. never to heaven go._ Pt. My words fly up. But where will Europe's latter hour Again find Wordsworth's healing power? 2103
. 2102 OWEN MEREDITH: _Lucile.. however. Sc. are things.= Fresh gales and gentle airs Whisper'd it to the woods. iii. =Wordsworth. 6.. Sc._ Act iii.
deceitful flow-There 's nothing true but Heaven. 2106 SHAKS.._ Bk. This world is all a fleeting show. the world's mine oyster. This pendent world. 2105 CHARLES KINGSLEY: _The Three Fishers._ =World. 2108 MILTON: _Par. 2109 MOORE: _This World is all a Fleeting Show. Lost. fears to sit at ease.. Which I with sword will open._ Canto iii. Men must work. Line 752. Sc. and women must weep. the tears of woe.. of W.=
.: _M. Harold.MATTHEW ARNOLD: _Memorial Verses. Fast by hanging in a golden chain. nor the world me. of Venice.= Free men freely work: Whoever fears God. then. =Worm. You have too much respect upon the world: They lose it that do buy it with much care._ I have not loved the world.: _Mer. For man's illusion given. 1.. BROWNING: _Aurora Leigh. 2104 MRS. in bigness as a star. Sc. ii. 2107 SHAKS. 113..._ Act ii. W. 2. St. 2110 BYRON: _Ch. The smiles of joy. viii._ =Work.= Why._ Bk. Deceitful shine. Line 1051._ Act i.
. and yet afraid to strike. 2115 POPE: _Prol. 3..: _3 Henry VI.: _Two Gent._ =Worth. and want of it the fellow.. being trodden on. heavenly goddess. 2112 LONGFELLOW: _My Cathedral.= Come not within the measure of my wrath. Line 1. Achilles' wrath. to the Satires._ Act ii._ Line 201. 2114 SHAKS. Sc._ Bk.. 2116 SHAKS. =Wreaths..: _Richard III. Line 203. of V._ Act v. 2111 SHAKS. sing! 2117 POPE: _Iliad. 4. 2113 POPE: _Essay on Man. =Worship. to Greece the direful spring Of woes unnumber'd._ Act v.The smallest worm will turn.... Willing to wound._ Epis. 2. Sc.= Give me another horse: bind up my wounds. iv. The rest is all but leather or prunella.= Worth makes the man. =Wrath.. Sc.= There may be worship without words. =Wounds.
4. Wrongs unredressed.Now are our brows bound with victorious wreaths. hollow-eyed.= Behold on wrong Swift vengeance waits. 2120 SHAKS. or insults unavenged. Sc. of Errors.= Methought I saw a thousand fearful wrecks.= You write with ease to show your breeding.. Sc._ =Wrong. Nature's chief masterpiece is writing well.: _Richard III. A living dead man. 2121 SHERIDAN: _Clio's Prot. =Writing.._ Act i. DUKE OF BUCKINGHAMSHIRE: _Essay on Poetry. 2118 SHAKS. =Wrecks.: _Com. Sc.= A needy.. 1._ Act i..
. and art subdues the strong! 2123 POPE: _Odyssey. Our bruised arms hung up for monuments. But easy writing's curs'd hard reading._ Act v. 1._ Bk.: _Richard III. sharp-looking wretch. =Wretch. viii.._ Bk. iii. Line 367. 2122 SHEFFIELD._ Of all those arts in which the wise excel. 2124 WORDSWORTH: _Excursion.. Ten thousand men that fishes gnawed upon. 2119 SHAKS.
: _Henry V. Line 72. At last they steal us from ourselves away._ None would live past years again. steal something every day. 2127 POPE: Satire vi. Yet all hope pleasure in what yet remain. 2125 _From the New England Primer. Look.--a mingled crowd Of bright and dark. I sigh not over vanished years._
==Y.==X. how they come. =Yesterday. Turning the accomplishment of many years Into an hourglass. Sc. And so must I.= Jumping o'er times. Years following years. Chorus. 2126 SHAKS. 2129 DRYDEN: _Aurengzebe._ Act i.. But watch the years that hasten by.== =Years..= Xerxes did die. 2128 WILLIAM CULLEN BRYANT: _Lapse of Time.. 1.== =Xerxes._ Act iv..=
. but rapid days.
_ Act iii. How beautiful is youth! how bright it gleams With its illusions.: _Two Gent. 7. which graspest at the stones That name the underlying dead._ Act iv. Youth! youth! how buoyant are thy hopes! they turn. dreams! 2135 LONGFELLOW: _Morituri Salutamus._ Pt. call back yesterday.= For youth no less becomes The light and careless livery that it wears. Sc._ St.._ Pt.= Old yew... toward the sunny side. Line 9. Than settled age his sables. of V. St. ii. Sc..: _Richard II. Like marigolds. 2133 SHAKS.Oh.: _Hamlet. bid time return! 2130 SHAKS. St. Home-keeping youth have ever homely wits... Youth on the prow. 56._ In gallant trim the gilded vessel goes. and his weeds. and Pleasure at the helm. Thy fibres net the dreamless head. 1. aspirations. 2. 2. 2131 TENNYSON: _In Memoriam. =Yew-Tree. Importing health and graveness.
. Thy roots are wrapt about the bones. 1._ Act i. Sc. 2136 GRAY: _Bard.. 2134 JEAN INGELOW: _Four Bridges. 2132 SHAKS. =Youth. ii.
749.. 1721.H. b. Addison. Eng.= Had I but served my God with half the zeal I served my king. 1938. --1481. Sc. Akenside. 1810. v.. 629. b. --50.==Z. 766. 700. 1672. Portsmouth. Newcastle-upon-Tyne. 1770.== =Zeal. Allen. His zeal None seconded. d. 2137 SHAKS. Milston. 2138 MILTON: _Par. --238. d. 2009. The references which follow the Chronological Data are the _numbers_ of the Quotations in consecutive order from the respective Authors under which they are placed. 2091. Aldrich. 1907. London. as out of season judg'd. d 1856. 393.. 2.. 407. d. Thomas Bailey. Mark. Lost. Eng. Aldrich. 713._ Act iii.
INDEX TO AUTHORS. James.. Elizabeth Akers. 925. b. Line 849. Wiltshire. he would not in mine age Have left me naked to mine enemies. N. 1719._ Bk. 969. 1583. Eng.. 556. 771. 1078. Or singular and rash.. Joseph. London. 1836. New York.: _Henry VIII. 1814. --1865. b.
1743. 1770. . Aytoun. d. New South Wales at a great age. Bayly. --1537. Middlesex. London. 1813. --413. Anna Laetitia. Eng. d. Barry. John. Laleham. b. 1717. 1822. Lanarkshire. Me. 1755. Rowdon. 1797. Eng. 79. 1762. Ireland. Eng. Leicestershire. b.b. 1779. 967. 1888. b. Fifeshire. Nottingham. d. 1832. d. Michael J. --1864. 1865. 1839. 322. 1691. Joanna. --1735.
. d. --43. 614. d. Bailey. 1851. 1833. Barbauld. d. --498. Strong. Eng. Sir Edwin. Scot.. 2103. Richard. --198.. London. d. 1904. b.. 1816. William Edmondstoune. Eng.. Matthew. 1349. --782. 2032.. near Bath.. 746.. 1709. 1825. 1832. Eng. Eng. --313. 531. Arnold. --1340. Eng. Barrington. b. _Circa_ 1815.. Shropshire.. Thomas Haynes. b. Maynooth. b.. d. d. Philip James. Liddesdale. Eng. Hampstead. George. b. 1615. --1375. b. Arnold. Baillie. Baxter. b. 1902. Armstrong.
--218, 1335. Beattie, James. b. Laurencekirk Scot., 1735; d. Aberdeen, Scot., 1803. --60, 485, 670, 837. Beaumont and Fletcher. Beaumont, Francis. b. Leicestershire, Eng., 1586; d. 1615. Fletcher, John. b. Rye, Eng., 1576; d. London, Eng., 1625. --19, 22, 204, 408, 559, 598, 1154, 1231, 1568, 1861, 1917, 2042. Benserade, Isaac de. b. in Upper Normandy, 1612; d. 1691. --164. Blair, Robert. b. Edinburgh, Scot., 1699; d. Athelstaneford, Scot., 1747. --85, 819, 836, 1651. Booth, Barton. b. Lancashire, Eng, 1681; d. 1733. --1354. Boyesen, Hjalmar Hjorth. b. Fredericksvern, Norway, 1848; d. 1895. --1028, 1162. Bramston, James. b. England; d. 1744. --875. Brown, John. b. England, 1715; d. 1766. --49, 431. Brown, Tom. b. Shropshire, Eng., 1663; d. 1704. --562. Browning, Elizabeth Barrett. b. London, Eng., 1809; d. Florence, Italy, 1861. --160, 196, 650, 778, 848, 887, 1006, 1039, 1073, 1296, 1373, 1659, 1709, 1733, 1968, 2104.
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Accounts. 14. whole years in. to deplore. Accidents by flood and field. 17. 22. be forgot. 631. by many a happy. of occupation is not rest. 8. 16. 388. 1655. 2. 437. 21. the intent. 389. Abstinence. Absence conquers love. Acts. Action. our wanton. the unthought-on. the goodliest man. purple as their wines. 11. pleasure and. Abdiel. Account. so spake the seraph.
. 20.INDEX TO QUOTATIONS The references designate the _numbers_ of the Quotations. Abyss. Actions of the just. 15. should auld. 10. beyond is all. Abbots. 13. sent to my. our angels are. of every noble. Adam dolve and Eve span. 23. Accident. whipped the offending. draw the. of evil. Acting of a dreadful thing. 793. 4. Acquaintance. our. the defensive virtue. 628. take root. make the hours seem short. 960.
50. for a while. Adversite. 44 worst men often give the best. Advice. failed in the high. Alacrity in sinking. young men soon give. Adversity. with a sickly mien. Age cannot wither her. 43. 33. I must not tell my. 446. 't was good. 279. 47. Affliction is enamored of thy parts. when. is in. 69. 65. bruised with. trust no. 37. alike all. 32. 66. 58. 479. 466. Adversary. danger to give. wit is out. 67. Air. she cried. a stony. 242. 31. 51. Aim. Affliction's sons are brothers in distress. rock the cradle of. 255. 40. drink of Adam's. Admiration. Affectation. season your. 38. fortunes sharpe. 432. is the good man's shining scene. Affronts. the. Ale. Agent. my native shore. Affection is a coal that must be cooled.
. a chartered libertine. sweet are the uses of. to kings.Adieu. 55. 42. Adorning with so much art. 45. Ages. tries our virtue. 49. 48.
ways of hoar. to observe the forms in. Apollo's laurel bough. here thou. Amazement on thy mother sits. great. 411. Angels come and go. Amber. America. which o'erleaps itself. 78. 83. 300. 478. fling away. to reign is worth. 68. Angels' visits. fear to tread. great. Anger never made good guard. 93. 70. where. 76. hold eternal.
. half brother of the world. has but one reward. Antiquity. 213. thy hand. 88. 116. 86. 92. Angling. Alone on a wide sea. Anna. Anarchy. in lazy. Apostles would have done. 85. lackey her. Alexandrine. Ambition finds such joy. 75. Apathy. short and far between. 77. a needless. 80.the spicy nut-brown. 71. 89. Anarch. 72. the pleasantest. 176. 79. Anger's my meat. 73. wagered on your. 74. 84. 87. Ancient of days.
46. Arch. with his shoures sote. 94. Applause. 99. height of this great. 241. 105. attentive to his own. fold their tents like the.
. 381. 1889. swifter than. 276. 107. seen and gone. popular.Apostolic blows and knocks. of listening senates. oft proclaims the man. Aprile has fairly come. 104. Art is the child of Nature. 574. Appetite. 1845. Apparition. 678. a lovely. 103. shot mine. April cold with dropping rain. 110. stands cook. Argument. small choice in rotten. Apparel. Appearances to save. fashion wears out more. 289. since Eve ate. 1399. 95. 553. like. Apples. Nature is but. 527. 1716. 100. Applaud to the very echo. Arguing. Apparitions. good digestion wait on. oh. 101. grown by what it fed on. Aprille. 98. Arrow. Arabs. his only care. 102. in. 316. Arms on armor clashing. o'er the house. 106. look on its broken. the parson owned his skill.
115. the eye of Greece. by night an. 914. 126. Author. Authority. Asters. 135. is thine alone. Attempt and not the deed. Authors steal their works. 118. Aspect. he rose. I'll make.
. Aurora. Assurance double sure. 131. Autumn in the misty morn. 409. purple. embarrassed. 1610. a sober. sweet. tepid age. with grave. Atheist. 128. 109. 111. 133. 123. 116. wins you best. august. stiff. August round her precious gifts is flinging. 124. 112. fair daughter of the dawn. in framing an. Auburn. Avarice. succeeds. 134. 114. ever spared a brother. Artist. who may paint thee. 113. Aspiration lifts him from the earth. 130. nod. Awkward. half believes a God. 117 Attachment to the well-known place. 129. 121. 122. creeping on. a good old-gentlemanly vice. no.O man. Athena. old men sicken of. Athens. 2003. drest in a little brief.
Ball. 744. 2006. 313. 140. 143. rages loud and long. Backward. 137. Jove lifts the golden. 153. Beams athwart the sea. Banishment. fatal and perfidious. that wants discourse of reason. wave. 159. we laugh. dwells in deep retreats. was as white as snow. 258. 194. Beast. 151. Bear. 164. cost her nothing. 136. hang out our. Bark. 155. the. stands in the admiration. draws us with a single hair. 414. Beard. blind. his tawny. I saw her at a county.Bacchus with pink eyne. 154. murmuring of innumerable. 162. is its own excuse. turn backward. 658. Bees. Banner with the strange device. 142. 161. 141. rugged Russian. 138. 163 is a vain and doubtful good. Balances. 456. 149. Bard. needs not the flourish of praise. 166. Bed. was made. on Chian strand. 152. 157. a thing of. 156.
. bitter bread of. Banners. who in life's. Beauty. is a joy. Battle line. our far-flung. all thy. in.
ring out. 167. Bivouac of the dead. Bell. a drop of manly. Blind among enemies. hail to the king of. 187. swiftly glides the bonnie. 173. Bliss which centres in the mind. Blessings brighten as they take their flight. 182. Boat. when. 1546. 181. 191. a day that rose. Beggary.
. Bethlehem. Belial. Birds in their little nests. flesh and. the Sabbath. Blood. 168. 321. 184. 169. 672. mounted. Bells. merry as a marriage. 178. dies in single. die. Birthday. 180. impotent and snail-paced. Birth is but a sleep. is a juice of special kind. 651. 524. 170. wait on virtuous deeds. 192. 229. burns. 172. mellow wedding. 283. Body. upon his good. those evening. 171.Beggars. Behavior. Blessedness. 190. upon my burned. Blasphemy in the soldier. when the. 189. 185. wild. 598. so cheap. 198. sons of.
Book. 777. are wearisome. a. over the stones 202. Boston. some. come to lay his. the best companions. 216. are lies. fashion-monging. many. Books are a world. lodged in thy living. the. Borrowing dulls the edge of husbandry. no winter in 't. scrambling. cannot always please. cursed be he that moves my. 210. Bounty. 207.
. 201. 213. 223. 205. among ye. 587. 208. 214. 1952. there 's nothing but hath his. outfacing. 200. 206. when the. in the running brooks. Bore. Boys. Bones. we twa hae run about the. Branch. large was his. Bound. I'll have my. thy. 203. sound that ushers in a. cut is the. Bourn no traveller returns.Bond. flesh hacked from. 709. are marrowless. 222. 224. nor a lender be. Borrower. 1439. rattle his. neither a. 215. 37. solid men of. 795. 211. steal away their. Brains. 56. 209. 204. Bowers. O rare one. Braes. 211. deep versed in. 212. were out. Bores and bored.
239. 251. 1993. ye. 2041. Brother. 231. should be so dear. Bugle. 229. 238. to live. 227. the children's dower. Breezes of the South. crammed with distressful. 225. Breach. Bucket. 240. old oaken.Brave deserves the fair. a. 228 Bread. 244. Bride in her bloom. 236. 476. 359. 234. 233. like a tall. Breast. how sleep the.
. once more unto the. 246. 1490. 90. Bridge of sighs. good man yields his. Buttercups. Bully. on. 243. 245. comes stealing. blow. Bud is on the bough. I wandered by the. Brookside. Breeches are so queer. be not over-exquisite. 232. more. 358. calm the troubled. the earth hath. Brook. the soul of wit. Brevity is very good. Bravest are the tenderest. Bubbles. that arched the flood. 235. 226. Breath.
Cataract haunted me. Caravanserai. 1052. 756. pursues its victim. care will kill a. our fearful trip is done. go for men in the. throws his beams. dead and turned to clay.
. 274. 272. Captain. 218. a harmless. 419. hold their farthing. 266. Calumny will sear Virtue. Calendar. Caesar.Butterfly. 273. Caledonia. stern and wild. 270. boisterous. Cat. 575. 253. 257. will kill a cat. Cannons spit forth their indignation. 264. to our coffin adds a nail. Camel to thread a needle's eye. that is entered once. 255. 268. a mere court. accursed in the. Candle. sweet eyes at. 454. 253. the word of. 261. Catalogue. Canteen. 265. 270. 267. Care keeps his watch. Caliban. my. 259. of the sea. necessary. 407. 258. 367. 550. did not see the. will mew. God's green. 363. Calamity. we have drunk from the same. thou art wedded to. 269. I'd be a.
41. 607. Chastity. Chance. dark idolater of. 276. 417. Change. Charm. Chamber. fear of. 493. come to the bridal. 295. 286. home. 315. eldest night and. Chatterton. of thought and passion. little shall I grace my. 299. 302. 282. direction. Cato. grasps the skirts of. Charms strike the sight. Chaucer. 1584. 297. 277. perplexes monarchs. 278.
. 301. 291. 289. 285. alas for the rarity of.Caterpillars of the Commonwealth. 333. fulfils the law. all. Caverns measureless to man. Ceremony was but devised. 401. 292. take each man's. ringing grooves of. well of English. 288. the marvellous boy. Cattle. call the. 300. saintly. 293. comes again. black. the. 298. itself can give no more. Cervantes smiled Spain's chivalry away. 294. by sages often told. Character in thy life. Charity. Censure from a foe. give his senate laws. Cause. Chaos. 80. power men call.
gathering pebbles.Cheek. Christmas comes but once a year. 324. o'er her warm. Choice. fed on her damask. Chivalry. 317. was born across the sea. Children are the keys of Paradise. what is a. follow thou thy. Christ. 326. Christians have burnt each other. room to your rash. Chime. 327. 329. Churchyards. Chickens. Childhood. Child. tide. 305. if the. Circle of the golden year. 325. ring in the. still quiring to the. 't was the night before. 151. 318. 307. Church. Cherubims. is father of the man. 176. 322. 312. count their. goes by forever. 1453. 985. 1708. keep our. charge with all thy. Choler. who builds a. faintly as tolls the evening. 894. were no more. yawn. 310. holly round the.
. 514. 374. 314. 193. 328. 323. 309. 320. bright be thy. went agin war. hearth. 142. merry. 330. a thankless. the scenes of my. 172 the one great word. when.
Clock worn out. cold in. Cloake. made. 357. 352. 358. thou art mated with a. 351. go call a. Coincidence. Cleopatra. 354. heavy with storms. like a. 844. Cold. 't is bitter. 743. 145. Cain. the early village. one who.Citadel. 353. 336. 338. 343. 346. Column. Cloud that's dragonish. trailing. Colossus. to glory arise. died. Citizens. 335. on the western side. the first. a strange. 355. Climes beyond the western main. in. pent. City. while stands the. hooded. 334. before man made us.
. where London's. 347. 150. 953. Clouds are angels' robes. Columbia. as some tall. Clay. 342. like friars. Cock. take thine old. Coliseum. 341. since. of glory. 349. Coach. blind his soul with. 350. 786. Clime. 1689. a towered. 348. Clown. are cold in blood. Cliff.
Commandments. I mind my. 388. mislike me not for my. 376. into what abyss. 361.Combat. Confusion on thy banners wait. in music. grew. Conscious stone to beauty grew. Conceit in weakest bodies strongest works. 365. the. rarely gnaws. 249. 363. like a worm. lies in his hamstring. through the heat of. 1626. 373. Commentators each dark passage shun. 362. Complexion. 383. 382. 369. what are they in their. 1341. Condition is not the thing. 374. 256. Compulsion. a foregone. 381. Conscience does make cowards. the. 375. Comfort comes too late. Conquerors that war against your own affections.
. sweet. 311. 147. 188. deepens. more fierce the. Conquest's crimson wing. 386. worse confounded. dire was the noise of. Conclusion. 372. Concealment. 27. Conflict. 385. Communion with the skies. of the king. 387. 359. Compass. 247. set my ten. Companions. I have had.
Consummation devoutly to be wished. the undiscovered. Contemplation and valor formed. 493. 396. Country. 398. Consumption's ghastly form. 400. my. 528. 410. Consistency wuz a part of his plan. 391. Consolation. 393. 413. Contempt. Constancy lives in realms above. Contest. 1357. 390. shall deluge all. 2. 389. grief is crowned with. 395.Consideration like an angel came. 'tis of thee. boldness bears sway.
. Content can soothe. bosom up my. 409. 1580. 1315. 401. 403. Countenance will change to virtue. 217. Copse. mining all within. great. Conspiracies no sooner should be formed. near yonder. 199. 408. Corruption is a tree. skill of. lies in. God made the. 340. 397. Convents bosomed deep in vines. left our. commends me to mine own. 1937. contemptible to shun. in. 404. follows. Conversation. Court melted into one whisper. Counsel. for our country's good.
Cross. some made. millions of spiritual. not a. 707. Crocus. Coxcombs. I give away my. 430. 429. vanquish Berkeley. 444. Cricket. common men are. Coward. 441. Cradle of reposing age. 577. Cromwell. Creation sleeps. 521. the yellow. 3. 321. shoulders his. Crack of doom. 439. 440. I am nothing if not. call him a slanderous. blest paper. 1513. Cradles rock us nearer to the tomb.
. likeness of a kingly. leads generations on. a fruitless. 442. that names deface. Creatures. that fine sense which men call. conscience does make. our chief of men. die many times. hath a heart. 671. 435. Cowslips wan. 12. Credit. 431.Courtesy. 1783. 432. 434. Critical. 428. 426. Critics I saw. Crown. damned to everlasting fame. 386. the. 418. never on himself relies. Crutch. Courtier. Cowards. 445. thou winter. 420. 179.
463. with a dulcimer. is painted blind. Dance. round the land. 139. 452. Curs. Cut. take the. deal. like to village. 462. 459. 1608. 450. Dagger. 423. that monster. 448. that low vice. 1200. Dames of ancient days. breath. of all. Curiosity. 453. 451. 754. a. lay deploring. we weep to see. of the mind. 449. Curses. 1369. 1982. 466. 469. he that would win his. 447. 464. Dame. 462. mouth-honor. unkindest. Curfew tolls the knell. 465. shakes his ambrosial. Damn with faint praise. Custom calls me to it. on with the. 455. bark. 461. when it serves. 458. Damned use that word in hell. Curls. Daffadills.Cupid is a casuist. Daisy's cheek is tipped. Cure for life's ills. Damsel. Damnation. Current. Cygnet to this pale faint swan. is this a.
Dante of the dread Inferno. 477. is beautiful. each. hath September. a strange. 504. shape of. nor mourn the unalterable. 474. our. no light but. 500. 2009. 487. Death. 495. the kingly. 532. at the close of the. 485. buries all. is always near. dread of something after. cruel. 602. universal. 486. 791. out of this nettle. 1819.
. 470. close folio wing. is done. begin with trouble. 777. his. came with friendly care. all seasons for thine own. 475. bends down like a mother. calcined thee to dust. 593. begins to break. all day the. 472. 478. 632. Danger. critique on the last. 895. that cannot die.the Pyrrhic. visible. heavenly. 473. how wonderful is. 480. 488. Daughter of the voice of God. Days. 1828. still harping on my. it is a sultry. thirty. 503. 260. a necessary end. in itself is nothing. 498. cometh soon or late. the instruments of. 979. Days are in the yellow leaf. Dare do all that may become a man. Day. 502. 483. 496. 500. 492. Darling of the April rain. 1211. Darkness. 1885. delicious amazement.
want of. December. there is no. 490. 955. Debts. 510. 508. 526. 516. Deed. excused his devilish.lies on her. 512. this outward-sainted. 494. deep on his front engraven. 773. 501. 193. 617. 388. to me to be at enmity. to make. 533. where no life is found. 259. Deeds. 499. 904. came the chill. 524. Deceit should steal such gentle shapes. call our old. Decency. thou art sweet. something is rotten in. only kind to mortals. 501. bloom of young. 't is. so shines a good. Denmark. 520.
. easy to beget great. Deliberation. 491. Desire. voice sounds like a prophet's. at one gate. 778. Delay leads impotent beggary. Defence. liveth not in fierce. 515. though. Deputy. Decay's effacing fingers. 517. be poor. rides on every passing breeze. 529. 535. in. 497. Death's untimely frost. Deep where Holland lies. Desert. lurks in every flower. 506. loves a shining mark.
has the largest congregation. 546. good. effects from civil. Discretion. shady leaves of. but something mourns.
. Despotism. 2061. 552. stood. Dies. the. 537. wait on appetite. 561. with such large. 559. was sick. Devil. Digression. they that hear their. oft in music. to the sun. much depends on. not to outsport. 381. 99. 1. 541. builds a chapel. 384. 384. 543. desperate grown. 1422. true as the. temptation of the. 556. the winter of our. 537. 555. resolve itself into a. Discourse. 1231. 1886. in his sneer. the best part of valor. 558. laughing. 722. Detractions. 560. Digestion. 553. Disguise. can cite scripture. nothing. sends cooks. then black. Dial. 1232. 549. 538. 878. brayed horrible. the. despair defies even. Discontent. Destiny. Die. Discord. 406. 557. there began a lang. Dinner. Dew. we must all. abashed the. Diseases.Despair defies even despotism. 't is manly to disdain.
Doubt. 166. 247. 573. 744. glimpses of forgotten. 702. Disposition. 582. Distance lends enchantment. Dog. 554. some. Dominion over palm and pine.
. Doves. Doubts. pleased to see. a very melancholy. is called. Diver did hang a salt-fish. 570. a. when 't is. Dogs of war. 578. let slip the. are children of an idle brain. 25.Disobedience. fickle as a changeful. 584. hand that rounded Peter's. 583. are made on. 580. so sweet. 1499. 89. 562. Divinity that shapes our ends. Dolphins play. such stuff as. 581. are nothing but dreams. Dream. 579. 63. 563. 369. if it were. will have his day. the moan of. could we forbear. 206. I'd rather be a. 273. Doctor Fell. the. I do not love thee. Dispute. Drama's laws. modest. our. are traitors. Dome. 237. have breath and tears. 565. Dreams are a world. of man's first. 1726. Done.
456. 588. more is meant than meets the. Ease. Eagle's fate and mine are one. Duty. waits with art. Drink. gentle. a. give him strong. 1657. be plain in. we sacrifice to. with her thousand voices. 593. 1252. Earth doth like a snake renew. 600. felt the wound. total. if that name thou love. 585. I'll take mine. 586. 595. 597. Ear. dweller in yon. hath bubbles. fading from the chime. drains our cellar dry. Eagle. 465. 594. damsel with a. 741. set the wild. 1521. lie lightly. at home. Dulcimer. Echo. 591. 243. Dunce. I
. 1827. 246. some frolic. would recant vows. is a thief. flying. Echoes roll from soul to soul. 101. East. 586. 598. Drunkard. 599. stretched upon the plain. Dungeon. built in the. 590. opening chambers of the. give every man thine. applaud thee to the very. Eclipse. 186.Dress. 592. 605. without all hope of day. 596. 606. 41.
621. distance lends. Enchantment. Europe. there comes. 117. 608. shall. withers at joy. 635. Embroidery. Envy is a kind of praise. 618. 629. Emerson first. 1390. wounded. Err. coming. a moral inebriety. ate apples. thou pleasing. springs up. to. Eve. glowing. will pursue merit. mother of arts and. father truth. Education forms the common mind. Enthusiasm. 698. tear her tattered. cast their shadows before. 611. 626. the criticising. 619. England. that men do lives. wears. 609. took their solitary way. through. 587. 553. 630. 405. be thou my good. since. Eloquence. 616. is human. writhes with pain. 627. 636. sad. 802. Enemy in their mouths. Evil. 634. Error and mistake are infinite. 570. Eternity. Events. model to thy inward greatness. Elves.
. 610. 745. 622.Eden. through the room. Embers. better fifty years of. dreadful thought. 429. Ensign.
657. 279. 656. 648. commend. 643. 652. Faith. false. has centre everywhere. is foul. 650. light upon her. 660. the blue. Fairy land. 1101. 662. of childhood fears a painted devil.
. 1293. 655. 646. were ever seen. she was not. 654. the sad mechanic. Fabric. 545. let every. this man. this is the. like an exhalation. soft. Eye. 568.Exercise. produce no works. bright. looked love. 641. 659. he hides a shining. Eyes are homes of silent prayer. saddest thing. 640. for modes of. 642. must hide. 569. the black. 646. rain influence. 663. Face. 647. Face. Experience is by industry achieved. like the baseless. 982. exceeding. 161. too pure. to lose. true. Expectation makes a blessing dear. and foul is. whose homely. that launched a thousand ships. 661. sweetest. were made for seeing. 645. 571. negotiate for itself. Fair. made him sage. Extremes in nature equal good produce. 1670. 311. 658. with a wondrous charm. 651. 649. half defiant. can't I another's. soul-deep. long. the old familiar. amaranthine flower of. if.
to thee. stood. when. Farmers. 680. has wove the thread of life. 239. that all hunt after. Famine is in thy cheeks. she's all my. knows his own child. Fathers. is double-mouthed. what's. 665. 685. Fancy. 677. eternal camping-ground. 181. Falsehood. 481. what. the embattled. in every age. Fashion wears out more apparel. Fate. wise. Araby's daughter. 674. bred. proud temple shines afar. Fame's eternall beadroll. impose. faithful. Families of yesterday. 114. 671. Fame. False as air.Faithless. morning when I longed for. Farewell. 302. 666. 682. 4. among the. strife of Truth with. 678. Fates. 673. 684. painted her. 670. 669. where is. 679. 664. through keen delights. Fame. 668. 667. 683. he that is down needs fear no. 744. Fall. 1300. 514.
. summons. take a bond of. 676. God of our. damned to everlasting. monarchs obey. Father of all. binding Nature fast in. 675. a word that must be.
now glowed the. drest. 715. slant sun of. some. Feelings. on high. Flag of the free heart's hope. the meteor. 701. Female of sex it seems. rejoice ye. 711. testy. Faults. freedom's holy. Fire. 893. Feet beneath her petticoat. 717. 686. 700. are to mortals given. 306. 121. ye quote. 714. spacious. Flatter. 713. 467.
. like snails. Feasts. 695. her. desponding. blest be those. from beds of raging. Fish. condemn the. Fear. by fairy. 693. 1457. 688. 708. and study too. 697. Fiction. chide him for. Fiend. 692. Fight another day. a frightful. 718. 716. 712. my. that lit the battle's wreck. 699. Firmament. is most accursed. I can. Fields. touchy. Flame. of England. I cannot.Fault. 704. 691. rises to the eye. pleasant. 710. February. in vain. 703. what should be the. Fellow.
the food of fools. Foe. 1680. Flowers preach to us. the gentle race of. Flesh. 742. on shore now. Flight. 260. taken at the. lovely woman stoops to. grow romantic. Fools are my theme. 744. rush in where angels fear. lest we. 722. 416. 721. 720. who overcomes by. 590. our scorn may raise.Flattery. oh could I. ever since the Conquest. unhappy. to talking ever prone. Forest primeval. can. 731. 1912. 733. 740. leap into this angry. no thought of. that skirt the frost. 366. wither at the north-wind's breath. 729. Forget. persisting. Force. Folks. 620. 730. the manly. this too solid. 737. the erect. 728. Footprints on the sands of time. Fly. Flood. 727. they talk in. 738. some fiery. positive. Paradise of. Folly. soothe the ear of death. 735. 724. Fop.
. 496. Fops. 726. 734. Flea has smaller fleas. 736. this is the. 719. 725. if.
those who. Fortune. not in entire. 't is better using. be true. 729. my angel. sternly said. thou art not a girl. Freeman whom the truth makes free. his name is. once begun. 1299. 760. 759. scorn not one. corrupted. 748. will. 148. Fortune keeps an upward course. Fortune's power. 751. forever. 1965. 758. Forgiveness to the injured does belong. 749. good to. 753. France. 752. to thy. 743. Friend. remembering my good. the worst of slaves. Fortitude is seen in great exploits. 755. 1959. stings and arrows of. Frailty. be my. of every friendless name the. 761. thy name is Woman. 1724. 768. 750. of humblest. Freemen. 765. 746. Friends in youth. I am not now in.
. Freedom's battle.Forgetfulness. Form of life and light. save me from the candid. 747. Forsaken. is female. Forgive. 763. 706. 395. never come. Freedom from her mountain-height. most. oh. 769. 1282. wilt thou prove. 39. 2001. when he is.
play not for. two. so sinks the. 340. God the first. Gage. thorn that scents the evening. 785. 1907. Furrows. Garrick. 764. 772. 770. unvexed with cares of. first falls. 782. Gem of purest ray serene. I ken the manner of his. 767. born in the. where flowers were heaped. and their adoption tried. where the. of a patient man. 781. 123. 287.thou hast. Fruit. there I throw my. Funeral baked meats. 57. 783. Gale. work of. made. smiled. 788. 784. here lies David. 776. fell death's untimely. two bodies. 766. trust no. 789. the ripest. Gain. 786. we see time's. the panes are hung with. his fair large. Garth did not write his own Dispensary. Frost and light. Future. Garden. 773. 775. Garden.
. 787. 771. 780. 774. Garret. 113. Front. Fury like a woman scorned. Friendships of the world. Gait.
Gluttony. Glory. 196. swinish. 800. 794. Gentleness shall force. that neither envy the great. 181. God. 802. is changing. 859. awake to. Ghosts and forms of fright. Gnat. 367. 805. guards with solemn round. alone was seen in heaven. Gifts are locked up in my heart. excess of. waits thee. Girls blush. 801. is like a circle in water. teach light to counterfeit a. Gentleman. pursue. like an ill-used. 357. 796. free of. who's sorry for a. 809. 85. or the grave.
. and generous shame. 791. 813. 808. an atheist half believes a. 175.Genius commands thee. 519. 807. Gloamin. 803. that cost them nothing. from defect arise. 792. 793. 196. all but. who was then the. go where. obscured. late in a. gilds the sacred page. 799. goes and Folly stays. what gentle. Glow-worm shows the matin. Gloom. must be born. 790. greater. 716. Ghost. dim the less. ne'er looks to heaven. sometimes. 798. 804. 548. Girdle round the earth. Gentlemen. 115. 290.
night. God's love seemed lost. the life and light. 827.
. 810. poison to men's souls. 817. is oft interred with their bones. is the perfect poet. grow angry with your patience. are just. 222. 819. 818. 132. Going. 825. of our fathers. 744. Goodness and he fill up one monument. 384. all that glisters is not. at once. 824. 1417. Goddess fair and free. cursed lust of. 824. 829. 97. 145. the. the. 816.conscious water saw its. Good he scorned stalked off. she moves a. pu'd the. 130. 2037. Gowans fine. night. till it be morrow. 412. 1016. 822. to each a fair. Gods arrive when half-gods go. the lust of. erects a house of prayer. God. 826. night. die first. the. 815. 1192. narrowing lust of. makes them seem divine. 638. from thee. 636. we spring. great. the order of your. for forms of. Golden Rod. can love be bought with. detest my baseness. autumn blaze of. 172. 85. 814. crying is a cry for. only. 812. Government. Gold. 531. 1351. made the country. 820. to gild refined. 821. may be had for the asking.
835. 839. holy. sun shine sweetly on my. skilled in gestic lore. we have forgot. Great. Grudge. the isles of. was in all her steps. 843. 838. 533. 1951. 830. 844. 831. 355. find ourselves dishonorable. were God's first temples. rightly to be. silent manliness of. sad relic of departed worth. 951. 390. glory that was. 836. 837. Greeks joined Greeks. 551. hungry as the. sweet attractive. lies onward. Grandsire. is crowned with consolation. 832. 834.
. Gratitude of men.Grace beyond the reach of art. forestall his date of. Grandeur with a disdainful smile. what's gone should be past. 838. Ground. 842. Grief. 1531. Greatness. 845. 852. 853. Graves. Grave. 849. feed fat the ancient. my. some are born. highest point of all my. 833. 841. the holy name of. 466. 850. Groves. still small voice of. haunted. 847. frequenting sacred. Greece. 848. but living. companions in the. no more. 846. men shiver when thou 'rt named. under the deep sea. 397.
once harbored. streamed like a meteor. dimpled. Hanging and wiving goes by destiny. Guilt.
. Hairs. that rounded Peter's dome. delicate. 859. Hand in hand with you. draw. when you see fair. that makes the heart afraid. 1157. 567. Hair.Gudgeons. 613. 2077. call fiends. small. unbidden. 861. beauty draws us with a single. 865. 305. 858. to win us to our. Hags. 857. full of artless jealousy. as nature shows. 855. now join your. 863. costly thy. 867. 866. golden. Guest. welcome the coming. 856. 94. midnight. 860. 864. 869. Guests. like sunlight. 247. gather by unseen degrees. 360. Halter. his silver. would rouse and stir. ill. Hangman of creation. well pursued. Happiness depends. 938. Hands. 862. 1885. felt the. 868. 162. 592. our being's end and aim. Habits. Harm. from his horrid. 52. Habit. to swallow. that the rod of empire might have swayed. draws you with a single. white. 854.
Hecuba. 379. 891. hath a hand in these events. is as the book of God. goes all the day. to him. great things are achieved through. the old three-cornered. Heir. merry. 1486. 882. better to hunt in fields for. 873. she wants a. may give a lesson. rise. Hazards. all pleasure flies. 881. 876. Harp of thousand strings. great. the wise. 889. 883. Hate me with your hearts. Heart bowed down by weight of woe. 874. 406. 840.
. broad-brimmed. wounds of deadly. commend your duty. worst speed. what's. 433. Heaven doth with us as we with torches. have largest room to bless. 892. touches of sweet. 602. 875. with. 421. is above all yet. thy Lord is risen. Haste. 2010. let your. 233. Heathen Chinee is peculiar. more. from heavenly. Hat. 624. 1972. Health. oh good gray. here rests his. 877. 872. through Tara's halls. incessant battery to her. creation's. the reverend. 871. 885. we cannot heal the throbbing. 19. 884. 886. Hearts. 888. 901. 977. 870. sends us good meat. Head.Harmony.
900. merit heaven by making earth a. Heralds high before him run. 907. 904. 905. Homer. is the sailor. when his sword. is a city much like London. 523. 894. 906. 694. 917. 542. never mentions. Home is the resort of love. as great have died. Hill. History hath but one page. Holiday. 919. Hero in our eyes. 909. 837. itself should gape.
. 325. deep-browed. 1215. if all the year were. 898. 910. Heroes are much the same. 908. a hangman's whip. Homage. better to reign in. fear of. 915. no place like. 912. 916. 897. kindred points of heaven and. 448. Holly round the Christmas hearth. mine be the breezy.of all the ages. 1355. spare his. grew darker at their frown. butchered to make a Roman. Hesperus rode brightest. Hell. Holidays. 899. to ears polite. rock-ribbed and ancient. breathes out contagion. 913. 903. High as we have mounted. Highland Mary. 896. 576. no worthless pomp of. Hills of the stormy North. 902.
is all serene. Horrors. a pilgrim gray. Hope abandon. my kingdom for a. Horn. springs eternal. 918. Honest man's the noblest work of God. 518. 332. Honor and shame from no condition rise. and farewell. withering fled. 932. 923. farewell. a page of. 940.
. at the stake. will be all the books you need. Honey. 930. 922. 925. comes. Hood. 1572. in thy sweet garden grow. forced from their. 928. was blind. 943. 924. doing deeds of. Triton blow his wreathed. leader. 639. such a numerous. on horror's head. Horse. one. fear. a burthen. ye who enter in. Honey-bees. travels in a strait so narrow. 839. 934. 194. 933.seven cities warred for. 634. Hope's tender blossoms. 878. too much. 937. Homes. 929. sinks where commerce long prevails. Hospitality. supped full with. so work the. mingling with the vulgar. 1676. 935. Honor's a fine imaginary notion. rooted in dishonor. Host. 939. 364. never comes that comes to all. 920. 938. surfeited with. 165. 936. 927. 926. flies with swallows' wings. heavenly.
Illusion is brief. 779. 962. our comfort flows. 957. 1670. 449. still. Hunger best. Ignorance. Humanity. 952. motionless as. Hypocrisy.Hounds. 944. a lasting. 959. Image. a naked. to see the souls.
. Ills. 2018. sad. Ilium. 961. O suffering. is. 958. Hour. too busy with the crowded. 952. 511. 947. there's nae luck about the. 1382. House. topless towers of. lovers' absent. of the mind. advices frae the wife despises. Idea. 6. 946. for one short. 965. evil that walks invisible. is the curse of God. when lover's vows. 953. 1477. 454. 615. sad music of. Hypocrite had left his mark. this pernicious. who bears. the wife is. 948. 945. 954. 183. Ice in June. the healthy. Husband. the scholar's life assail. they rouse from sleep. cure for life's worst. Hours. catch the transient. teach the young. Huntsman. 956. from. as the.
what's. 989. Innocence. Italy. silence of pure. a daring. 998. Impudence. 967. 997. Ingratitude. Isle in far-off seas. is the air of mind. glides in modest. Iron. 993. 975. man's. let me share. thoughts born for. 991. thou marble-hearted fiend. Italia. 969. Infidel. 990. Inn. Instinct and reason. a dainty plant. 994. thy spirit. to man. 987.
. 968. Ivy green. 971. 992. Inhumanity. 942. Invention. I hate.Imagination all compact. can't be. 984. away. appear so fair to. how divide. 966. be our boast. Isles that o'erlace the sea. January. he that has but. who has fatal beauty. warmest welcome at an. Immortality. 980. 972. let. every house was an. 970. my Italy. the. 988. this longing after. 983. 986. 976. Independence. 996. man that meddles with cold. Impossible. 995. all admired. then came old.
1000. 1014. 950. 1011. my lord. prosperity lies in the. July. a scornful. actions of the. 23. some said. creep. Judges soon the sentence sign. 1946. 1015. will o'ertake the crime. 136. in fair round belly. 1234. the injured lover's hell. Jest. 999.Jealousy. Joy. Jove laughs at lovers' perjuries. beware. a Daniel come to. 1001. a. Just. boiling like to fire. 1004. Judgment. 1383. thou art fled to brutish beasts. 1327. 1437. lifts the golden balances. triumphs. Jewel in an Ethiope's ear. 1006. 1003. June. Jury passing on the prisoner's life. print it. 1013.
. capacity for. Juries give their verdict. finally. Joke to cure the dumps. Jest's. where men of. Judas kissed his master. 1009 reserve thy. Justice. 1002. 1109. 1012. my jo. how fading are the. 1008. too exquisite to last. John Anderson. 1007. what so rare as a day in. 1017. is the mainspring. 95. 1010. Joys. no true love without. of. 41. 1005.
1025. 1019. is ourselves to know. plucked up. 1020. Kissing. 964. 1023. 1027. in the. your eyes. Kitchen. but wisdom lingers. 1046. Kiss. 1034. 1036. by fairy hands is rung. unremembered acts of. 1031. 585. sweetness shed by. 1026. he bore. barbaric pearl. for. he's an arrant. 1029. true. what have. to their eyes her ample page. remembered after death. be innocent of the. a little more than.Keys. one. I. 1040. two massy. by suffering entereth. are like stars. whip me such honest. Kisses. leads to love. Knaves. 1037. 1032. and be quiet. ne'er sighed at the sound of a. 1033. makes the whole world. comes. 1030. Knell. showers on her. Kings and mightiest potentates. 1539. 1041. 1021. 787. bred. Labor for his daily bread. is as food. 1038. save ceremony. 1039. 1024.
. 489. Knave. Knowledge. 1614. and then another. wretched state of. not for contempt. me. 1022. by the roots. Kindness shall win my love. Kin. may be blest. 1035. 1042. 1018.
of brown heath. 1064. joy that springs from. holding his sides. 1051. 536. Lass. a penniless. sovereign. fit. Larks. in. Language. 1048. dote. Latin. 1044. the herald of the morn. Law. 1751. accept the gift. sigh no more. Landscape tire the view. 1065. 1070. Lady. swan with bootless. 1063. on thy fair bosom. 1058. 1061. 1827. Ladies. Laughter. its lonesome and low. on scraps of. 1057.is prayer. 1053. 1047. like variegated tulips. 1054. 1045. mourning for the death of. left his nest. Laws grind the poor. Leaf is on the tree. Lark. sits empress. my own. quaint and olden. 1068. the sere. 1049. 1056. the. 1043. shakes the skies. what plea so tainted. is the lot of man. Lake. 1055. swim. 1059. there is none.
. the early. 245. silver. to. the yellow. Land. Learning enlightens to corrupt the mind. 973. 1062. 1051. 1069. Lamentation. 1060. that soft bastard. my native.
1082. 981. whoso lives the holiest. 1077. 911. 536. Liberty. 496. when. like day. 108.Leaves have their times to fall. 1081. high. 637. damned. Liberty's. is scarce the twinkle of a star. 541. 1095. is gone. pure in its purpose. is so dreary. defence. 1073. a dim religious. 275. 1079. nor love thy. Life 's a short summer. but a means. the prime work of God. Letters. 1080. offspring of Heaven. 1091. 1088. is but a span. but a walking shadow. 1084. 187. 1092. a vast sea. 1078. sweet. on trees. like. 1096. that led astray. in. in every blow. so careless of the single. alone. 1089. 1087. that betray the heart's history. 614. 1086. what is. nothing can need a. 1085. is the gift of God. sacred burden is this. Light. 1075. 1076. 1816. Lie. 1093. 1090. an odious. mountain nymph. by his. 1088. 945. hovers like a star. that never was. twenty years of. shady. nor hate. all dead paper. I must have. 500. is not to be bought. 248. 1094.
. Life a curse and not a blessing. Cadmus gave. breaks. of destiny. 1067. 1074.
Lives of great men. mistress of the field. when my. Line. cadence of a rugged. in the beauty of the. 1028. Lightning. brief as the. 252. wounds the earth. 197. 577. 1111. talks familiarly of. 1071. 1104. 1105. 1110. her. 738. 1668. London. 1103. in. Lily. 105. 320. 2049. Loan. the villain's home. marred the lofty. Lips. talked with. long shall we seek his. meet thine. 1098. Little. contented with. in twisted braids of. 1114. immortal. are roses washed with dew.
. a. stretch. Lion. Logic. Longings. Lions. Lodge in some vast wilderness. 1106. Likeness. Lilacs. 1883. 1102. in me.to break and melt in sunder. Locks. oft loses a friend. will the. Lightnings. 1112. my only books. 1097. 1108. woman's. never shake thy gory. Looks. 1107. Marlowe's mighty. 1113. 1099. April brings again. 1100. man wants but. a great critic. the rending. profound. Lilies.
Lord of himself. man's. Loveliness needs not ornament. 1116. Loving are the daring. 374. taught him shame. so kindly. had we never. wedded. 1132. tunes the shepherd's reed. 319. rules the court. 1135. him. Luxury. mutual. 1121. what. 191. is at home on a carpet. 1160. is nature's treasure. 36. seldom haunts the breast where. 1118. 1878. looks not with the eyes. 1127. Loss is common. 423. purple light of.
. of himself. this spring of. includes heart and mind. 1995. why did she. 9. took up the harp of Life. how could I tell I should. 1135. 1131. 447. 1133. 476. 1130. 1126. 1117. 1119. Lover rooted stays. is a spirit of fire. 1128. 1125. 1129. 36. 1134. 193. no pleasure like the pain of. brings delight. 1124. let those. Loved and lost. 1115. O last. who never loved before. no partnership allows. hail. has an eye for a dinner. better to have. though not of lands. is the only good. 1123. when he draws his bow. that heritage of woe. when unadorned. Love and tears for the Blue. 1134. 1137. is a thing apart. adorned the most. she never told her. 1122. 1136. cursed by heaven. O first. in a hut is ashes. can do. 337.
340. Madness. 91. I am not. Maid. O that a mighty. 1558. be good. 1147. to be. the worst of. is growing.it was a. 442. 284. Maker. 96. proper study of mankind is. Mad. 1142. 1143. bids increase. Malice. dare do all that may become a. hear a good. what is. Madding crowd's ignoble strife. Man 's a man for a' that. Madrigals. 1717. 443. I dare. our. 415. what. Man. let each. Madmen. 823. 237. dwells apart. this was a. 1139. that lays his hand upon a woman. moody. 427. 1141. birds sing. 1518. 1145. of this world.
. made the town. dare. what may. is a summer's day. 1760. good. while. 425. 1150. do his best. is one world. 414. sweet. Mahomet. 1138. must not unwatched go. take him for all in all. never dies. the eternal epic of the. 282. 1148. 1144. 370. nor set down aught in. laughing wild. 179. is the nobler growth. 1149. 1146. moon of. O good old. 5. groan. foremost. 1140. to all the country dear. 412. within him hide.
1154. of her snowy breast. 1155. Match. unquiet. 610. leads with her the flowery. Martyr in his shirt of fire. 719. 1159. the voice is thine. of their fates. in the schools. 1156. Mankind. the joys of. 1326. 1166. Meals. Martyrs. but this in. 1163. 53. Masters. Mansions. build thee more stately. with fortunes. 1162. men are. Berkeley said there was no. when verging into age. 1152. Manners ne'er were preached. Marlowe's mighty line. 1168. Matter. his tongue dropt. old. 1102. 332. he who surpasses or subdues. 1151. 1307. Marriage is a matter of more worth.
. sleep in dull cold. we cannot all be. March is come at last. life has its. Manna.Manhood. in water writ. 1164. we know thou art kind-hearted. 1169. 1158. Master is of churlish disposition. 1167. 1161. the new-born. May. is the life-long miracle. make ill digestions. 1165. 603. Maxim. sweet. Marble. 612. sun ne'er saw her. 1153. 230.
. wins the soul. 1178. Men are children of larger growth. that stumble at the threshold. at the hour of. pluck from. what charm can soothe her. 1181. who will not. may jest with saints. 1186. give. there 's such a charm in. 377. many-colored. eyes of. 1180. dear to. Meteor flag of England. is not strained. 1430. sweet. I'll husband them. 2011. Mercie. from the table of. 26. Memory. will not sleep. 1179. Melancholy marked him for her own. that mighty orb of song. Meat. 604. 146. Midnight brought on the dusky hour. of concord. 624. 1172. Milk. 973. Men's evil manners live in brass. wise. Mercy. these pleasures. iron tongue of. quality of. 1171. 271. 299. show. 1184. 't is. 2027. 733. 1185. Merit true. 392. 1177. 182. and canna eat. though lost to sight. a rooted sorrow. 1176. to befriend. some hae. ne'er wail their loss. 1173. 1175. I pity bashful. 1183. 1182. were deceivers ever. Messenger. Melodies unheard before. Milton.Means. 715.
if thou wilt lend this. a sunny. measure your. 1189. can into folly glide. 1212. 1202. heart-easing. Mind's height. 1197. Monarchs. 732. 127. Money. 1436. love-at-first-sight. 1188. 564. all he had. grace and blush of. Misfortune made the throne her seat. 392. 1196. 1195. season of. Monuments of princes. 1199. you have displaced the. thou art swift. grand prerogative of. unreal. 1208. the only power.
. 1192. 534. Misery had worn him to the bones. mortals bend. 216. Mirth and fun grew fast. 1490. Mists. Mood. 1209. 1190. 540. hence. Minstrel raptures swell. Mockery. fate of mighty. 1194. leafless desert of the. he gave to. Mischief. 1204. 304. 1210. looks replete with.Mind. like pigs. for him no. 1193. minister to a. 1072. 1203. 1187. rolled in. to. Modesty. a morsel for a. no matter by what means. is its own place. 1206. body filled and vacant. to me a kingdom is. diseased. Monarch. Miracle. get. 1205. sacred even to gods.
1227. Moor. Mouth that spits forth death. Mother's heart is weak. how like a queen. Motions. 1225. Moonlight. 1222. 1521. he who ascends to. Morning-star of memory. are a feeling. 544. 1218.
. 460. Mountains. when the. high. of Mahomet. Mountain tops. 1856. opes her golden gates. meet me by. thou shalt hear. 1229. 1215. in the. Morn. shone. Moon is an arrant thief. 442. Morality. steals upon night. 367. Morning. is carried off in purple fire. cheating. a third interprets. 1217. unveiled her peerless light. 748. 612. had climbed the highest hill. unawares. expires. 1216. Mount. 1223. circling the. 1220. 1411. 482. sweet is the breath of. where sighs are deposited. 1230. toward the sky. 1214. 197. 1686. 1226. 1228.fantastic as a woman's. Mother is a mother still. Mountebanks. I. Mortality's strong hand. a naked. Mourner. the only constant. 183. I know a. 1219. 346.
. the magic of a. 1240. 1236. 1244. 362. 1239. Nature's heart beats strong. Name. 1243. Nation. 1237. Necessity. 1238. 289. 1233. how fair is thy face. most foul.Murder may pass unpunished. 1314. one. fierce contending. 890. 434. slumbers in the shell. danger. is but art. 472. 1246. the. in them. Music's golden tongue. 515. made a pause. 1242. Music has charms to soothe. man that hath no. 18. Neptune. made a villain. Nations. take not his. 438. 335. 1234. 556. the tyrant's plea. he would not flatter. the fiercest grief can charm. ever yields reward. Nettle. evermore. 110. Nature. Nails. speaks a various language. out of this. every day he clad. made us men. 345. gave signs of woe. what's in a. heavenly maid. one. 1707. 373. 1245. 597. accuse not. 1842. die with all their. sweet compulsion in. come near your beauty with my. Art is the child of. 1235. 1241.
894. 1262. 251. 1265. Noontide wakes the buttercups. ancestral mystery. North. 1264. 1259. were silver. Nightingale. 1255. 1248. 1257. evil. wanes. our. charmed by the stars. ask where 's the. bringer of unwelcome. darkens the streets. 198. who is honest is. if she should sing by day. Night.
. be. 1261. 1267. 1266. 170. witching time of. 1269. 1247. quiet as a. 538. 1268.News. with her sullen wing. Numbers. Noble by birth. November's rain descends. 314. Oak. 186. 1254. rides post. is the time to weep. upon the palms. 1260. soft moves the dipping. Nun. 19 who hath ruled in the greenwood. 1258. Oaks. that from the eye takes. keep time. 1256. 34. 1221. 1250. dark amid the blaze of. 1263. Oar. November. let. Noon. shadow of a starless. Oars. I will rend an. I lisped in. that on yon bloomy spray. Newton. he full gross and fat.
October's foliage yellows. incomparable. 1275. Ocean leans against the land. 547. 368. when sweet violets sicken. Iliad and the. 1270. age serene and bright. Obey. Oil. 2008. I would allow him. as I am. how many great. 1284. 1277. stretched in light. 2033. 1272. were not purposed to. still. Odds. Odyssey. Offence. wave. 1281. Observation. 1623. 61. Ones. Old age comes on apace.Oaths that make the truth. sunless retreats of the. October. 1276. 1283. 360. 521. let them. Macassar. 517. 143. 1278. detest the. calm sunshine of. 1285. Ophiuchus huge. doth not smack of. thou deep and dark blue. should bear his comment. Opinion. thy guilt is great. 1280. Obedience is the Christian's crown.
. 158. 1279. 1274. Odors. Opinion's but a fool. of his own. 1271. though I look. 1273. Observations which ourselves make. a life on the. 125. Opportunity. 60.
. how grows in. Pain is no longer pain. 1296. 175. 64. prove their doctrine. repair. insubstantial. Palm. 505. 1286. our store. of Fools. when some great. Pageant. is heaven's first law. 1294. 569. Pair. Owe. they are black vesper's. 1298.Oracle. 1295. 1287. 574. Painter. you say. faded. 212. Orthodox. Owl. 1290. Ornament is but the guiled shore. glory gilds the sacred. Orations. 1291. 1297. Orators. Order in variety we see. kindest and the happiest. 1689. 735. 2106. 739. make no long. 1292. I am Sir. to the famous. 484. the fatal bellman. 1289. 534. the world's mine. Pangs. the keenest. Palpable and familiar. 1288. Pageants. Oyster. like some tall. Pang preceding death. Pan is dead. the wretched find. pays the income. Page. you nothing.
was on the earth. bury its dead. 1306. 377. 1328. a. Passions are likened to floods. thou young cherubim. true. 413. proves at fault. 1319. 1325. a. 1624. various ruling. hath her victories. 1305. dull product of a scoffer's. Passion leads or prudence points the way. 361. 1304. 202. 1312. Partings break the heart. 1323. Peace. 1302. may I govern my. 1403. 780. uproar the universal. Parting is such sweet sorrow. Past. weak piping time of. Pearls at random strung. 1543. poor they are. 1311. let the dead. 1303.
. Perseverance keeps honor bright. oft. 825. times when. to hear her shell. 1322. is mightier than the sword. 1309. 1310. 1308. is the exercise of saints. Pauper. the pain of. Pen. 1320. 1318. why prate of. Patriots.Pardon. after execution. that have not. 1239. 1317. places which. a herd confused. 1321. loves. People. is of the nature of a conquest. he's only a. 1324. 1120. all. Patience is a plant. the power of that sweet. over the trackless.
1344. a strutting. 1334. 21. Pilot. Piety. throw. 't is a fearful night. petition me no. what's a fine. 1345. 1329. 1573. is as great. will clip an angel's wings. where man can die. Phalanx. 1342. drugged. 1213. pomp. give me the lowest. 1343. a trade. 1433. Playmates. that to verse belong. divine. how charming is divine. 1335. 1340. is the virtue of the law. 1331. Place. 1336. 303. Pity gave ere charity began. with. Petitions. flows. silent sea of. Physic. Pleasure and action make the hours seem short. 1339. he soothed his soul to. they move in perfect. Pipe when tipped with amber. take. 1330. I have had. 949. 527. to the dogs.Person. 1346. Player.
. and revenge more deaf than adders. to excess. 1333. 530. 27. fittest. Phantom of delight. Pleasures are like poppies spread. 471. stands upon a slippery. 1337. Pines. Persuasion. 1332. 311. 1338. Philosophy. 1352. must succeed to pleasure.
overcharged. what can. 1375. they should take who have the. 1374. Pole. consents. 1373. 1350. Poverty. Prayer incessant. 212. 1349. 1360. 301. 1353. 152. give. following his. not. 1366. 450. God answers sharp and sudden. 1367. flaxen was his. have made us heirs. Potations. 1365. Ploughman homeward plods. more things are wrought by. banish long. Prairie. from Browning some. men are cradled into. 285. low in the light the. Prayers. 1347. but not my will.
. Poet. Possession means to sit astride of the world. Praise from a friend. Poppies. stood smiling in my sight. 1356. Poets are all who love. 1371. 1354. Power. with rain. 1351.Plough. 1361. Poetry. lies. Praising what is lost. God is the perfect. if by. 1368. Pomegranate. 1372. 887. by wrong. Prayeth best who loveth best. 1363. 1364. Preached as never sure to preach again. worships without reward. Poll. that makes men poor. true as the needle to the.
Press the people's right maintain. 405. Prison make. 1388. 1376. of one another's trade. 1385. 1396. Prose run mad. Prosperity's the very bond of love. distant. peeps beneath the thorn. Prosperity. 1381. 1389. the pale-eyed. warbler of poetic. Prospects. 438. 35.
. Prior. the death of. 623. he merry is. surer to prosper than. 1394. Priest. 1249. by a river's brim. turn to the. 1542. were privileged to kill. this. Princes. please us. a.Present is all thou hast. Promotion. Proselytes and converts. that putts the countrye doune. keep the word of. 91. 1384. Proof. 1916. none will sweat but for. do meet. 1395. 1378. Prodigies. when these. Procrastination is the thief of time. give me the ocular. Pride hath no other glass. 1397. 1377. stone walls do not a. 168. that apes humility. 1392. 1379. 1393. 343. 1380. Priam's self shall fall. Promise. 1386. Primrose. here lies Matthew.
Punishment. drum ecclesiastick. Quarrels. 1415. they who in. costly as thy. 1906. alone secures. 937. Quiets of the past. Quaker loves an ample brim. interpose. Prussia hurried to the field. Purity. 1400. behind a frowning. from the body's. back to thy. 1419. Quiet to quick bosoms is a hell. Puppets led about by wires. with too much. Quickness.Proteus rising from the sea. 94. 656. a maid in the pride of her. 1399. I may assert eternal. 1405. Quakers. 1669. Pulpit. Purse. what is your. 1408. 339. Pyramids are pyramids. there 's a special. 399. yon ancient. Prude. 1418. can buy. 530. beware of entrance to a. 1414. Providence all good and wise. 1420. 1413. who steals my. 1401. 1421. 1398. shake my fell. 1409. 1410. 1416.
. Purpose. Quarrel. upright. Quips and cranks. 1407. 1404.
be thou the. Reason. give. feast of. trickling. 1391. 1449. such. Reading. froze them up. requires. colors of the. comes and goes. could swell the soul to. 1425. 625. Rattle. how beautiful is the. comes when the wind calls. 308. 1448.
. 1424. 990. 1434. Race. 1426. 1428. sanctity of. Realms. 1508. 1445. as was never read. superior worth your. a woman's. 1433. I would make. guides our deeds. 1442. my guide. Rainbow. raise o'er instinct. 1450. war with rhyme. critics suffer in wrong. 1443. 1423. doth fall. 1432. 1427. Reader reads no more. Rain came down in slanting lines. 1441. Rabble all alive. 219. these are our. it raineth every day. 1444. God hath set his. pleased with a. 1446. an awful. he lives to build a generous. 1440. 1429. 1201. Rebellion began to grow slack. the confidence of. 1435. 356.Quotations. Rage. Rebuff. then welcome each. 1253. Rank is but the guinea stamp. 1447.
is a spring. 1470. is worth ambition. deathless my. in. what the Lord hath done. Recreation. stands on tiptoe. 1456. 1462. 1474. remembrance and. 1452. dear. Reformation. barred. what error. Reflection. 1459. none so free as fishing. 1218. 1467. 1451. has so seldom found. Relief. never can. 1457. sweet. makes the. 1471. 69. Regret can die. Religion crowns the statesman. Remember the fir trees dark and high. Rechabite poor Will must live. 1461. 17. 1469. 1463. Renown. no. 1466. veils her sacred fires. 1464. Reckoning. 1460. 1472. when the banquet's o'er.
. Reconcilement. Remembered. Remedies oft in ourselves do lie. to. for this. plotting some new. 1454. grow. 1465. made. I 've been so long. 1370. 1455. wild with all. 353.Rebukes. 1468. much thanks. Reign. Remorse is as the heart. writ in. Remembrance. 576. 1473. a lady so tender of. Records that defy the tooth of time.
Retiring from the popular noise. Respects himself. O blest. the native hue of. Retreat. Repose. a brave. 1477.Repartee. 1476. Revolution. the purest treasure. best of men have loved. there is great talk of. 1754. rears her snaky crest. 1479. 1481. none so poor to do him. seeking the bubble.
. to yond peeping moon. 544. becomes a pain. 1502. dies. slanderous. is not satisfied. a man renowned for. 1475. 1491. Retirement. 1483. 1498. at every word a. 1503. 1478. there was a sound of. 1497. Reverence. 1494. 386. Reproaches. Rest is sweet after strife. 254. he that. Resolution. Resignation gently slopes away. who by. in statue-like. 1633. is the weight. Reproof on her lips. 1719. Revenge. 1496. Respect upon the world. 1487. Reputation. 1500. too much. Repentance is long. 1480. midnight shout and. back on itself recoils. 1484. 1495. 1492. 1489. Revelry. those can bear. 1482.
593. Right the day must win. 1512. he could not ope his mouth. 1932. Rod. shall fly. 2036. reversed. Riches in a little room. 414. by shallow. a. 1516. thou art poor. Rock. the river. his. 1519. hitches in a. to check the erring. Rhetorician's. call for the. build the lofty. this. 1510. 1509. 1761.
. 1523. 1504.Rhetoric. 1525. a wild and lonely. Robin. dear wit and gay. 1518. 1522. the armed. the toil of fools. 1515. whatever is. the wide and winding. Rich. 1066. rules. 1517. Rhyme. of Ages. 340. 1514. 1524. 1520. moulder piecemeal on the. 1513. Rhinoceros. 1996. 1506. Ridicule is a weak weapon. Rivers. was right. on a lonesome. 708. sacred to. and the wren. 1505. how they run. Rich with forty pounds a year. 1511. 1507. is. Road. the rudder is of verses. Ride. River glideth. Rhine. if thou art.
strew on her. distilled. 24. 1542. 247. shores of old. Rose. 1544. Rumor is a pipe. 1530. 1545. 1242. pleasures of the. 1536. 382. 383. 1537. Romances paint people's wooings.
. 1531. 1549. the noblest. would smell as sweet. Sailor. on a mast. 1532. looks fair. seize thee. Roses. Rout on rout. a. 1550. upon ruin. I wish the sky would rain. of his rest. 1914. Ruin. 1547. should shut. in December. rather be a dog than such a.Roman. saith in the dewy morn. glow. prodigious. wild. 511. 1534. Rural life. 507. fires of. Romance. Room. who sweeps a. aisles of Christian. Sabbath brings its release. Ruins of himself. 1527. eternal. Rousseau. 1533. he who ordained the. 1528. 1529. 283. self-torturing sophist. 1538. 1541. swallows all. grandeur that was. 1535. gather ye. no more desire a. 1552. 383. a drunken. Rome. Rosebuds.
1559. in general. purple the. finds some mischief still. Sands. hear a brother. 1558. be my song. none of us should see. in crape. why shun the. Satire. 1574. Sappho loved and sung. run mad. no relish of. would be. immortal reign. 1563. 1575. Sails. an heap of lime and. wild in woods. 1571. 1554. is spilt. ignoble things. let. Salvation. a. Salutations of the crowd. trembles when he sees. Sand. 1569. full of wise. Satire's my weapon. the devil a. Satan. 1568. was now at hand. 843. 1576. 1671. 1358. will aid. 1564. Savage. 445. Saints began their reign. the. 1015. 1561. John mingles with my friendly bowl. stood unterrify'd. 1565. that drift at night. 1562. Saint. called. 1557.
. who led the way to heaven. Salt. 1577. 1555. 1540. 1560. who ne'er knew. 219. 360.messmate. 546. 1567. arch-enemy. 108. come unto these yellow. Saws. 1566. 277. 1570. o' Dee.
Scandal them. 1599. 1594. Scenes. 583. on the pedestal of. 1581. gashed with honorable. 1582. 1595. 1601. solemn. Sceptre. Scotland's strand. 1589. the gentleman and. to point his finger at. 1579. a ripe and good. whatever. the sound of public. Scars. Schemes. O star-eyed. School. the land of. stands. bewildered in the maze of. 444. School-boy. 1586. Scotia. he jests at. 1593. Scholar. Scotland. Science frowned not on his humble birth. trace. a barren. 1598. Scholars. 1174. fair. Scorn makes after-love the more. 1591. 1587. with modesty thy guide. could inquire for.
. 1597. shows the force of power. then. gay gilded. Sceptic. 1592. 1590. solitary. my native soil. 1596. waits on greatest state. 430. fawn on men. the master taught his. 1600. silent. 1578. 1585. and. 331. Scene. 1583. where it did. our most romantic. Schools. the whining. Scribblers are my game. 1588.
1621. something dearer than. 1882. Secret. Self. Seasons. grew civil at her song. was roaring. 282. who soweth good. 1612. 1521. the devil can cite. Sea. with the year. 1625. smote the chord of. agreed. a. Seamen on the deep. 1602. puft up with proud disdaine. fruit from such a.Scripture. 1422. 211. 319. 262. Security is mortal's chiefest enemy. 1605. Sculptor wields the chisel. the blue. Seat. in some poetic nook. 1618. be true. a luxury in. return. Self-concern. 1556. slave to no. with every.
. 1629. 1611. 71. 1619. 1620. Sect. 1493. compassed by the inviolate. 1606. all please alike. Sculpture is more divine. writ by God's own hand. 1616. is a thief. down to a sunless. Seed. to thine own. 1603. 1608. 1553. Seas roll to waft me. 1617. Self-defence is a virtue. a. 1604. 1610. in four forms appear. sailed upon the dark blue. in others. 1613. 1607. Self-dispraise. alone on a wide. 1627. in his mouth. when the. the fresh.
1645. thou keen delight. 1632. 1642. 1643. Service devine. Self-love. Sermons in stones. 1635. 1637. Sex. Sensibility. the spirit of. good. 1628. 769. like Aaron's. Serve. no stronger than my. 1640.
. tolled the bell. sting thee twice. Sexton. 1648. 1652.Self-esteem. 1636. Self-reproach. Serpent's tooth. 1646. the spring of motion. is repaid. she sange the. 1644. poorest. Sense. Self-love is not so vile a sin. 1893. Sensibilities are so acute. 1638. perhaps turn out a. spirits can either. 985. hoary-headed chronicle. 1654. Senates. of old Nile. sharper than a. assume. nothing profits more than. 103. 1634. men who feel no. September waves his golden-rod. Shadow both ways falls. 1631. Sermon. Self-sacrifice. 1647. 1651. 't is nobleness to. 1649. 1630. small. Serpent. 1650. the trail of the. motions of the. is true service. 1641. the applause of listening. the gift of heaven.
Show and gaze o' the time. 2044. 757. 1941. hurrah for. as idle as a painted. 1668. steer a. tells his tale. Fancy's child. Shells. 1682. Shakespeare. books and money placed for. 1661.see my. picking up. as I pass. bounding at the. 1664. heard round the world. applying to his ear a. 1785. 1316. spake. has weathered every rack. 1796.
. Shelley. becalmed. by the ocean. when I had lost one. every. 1681. if. what needs my. nature formed but one such man. thou art a monument. Shaft. 1665. Ship. 828. 1656. where is thy blush. 1660. did you once see. of State. 1679. was a form of life. tongue that. it might be called. 239. her blush of maiden. on whose forehead. 1666. 1663. 1653. but that. 1251. Shepherd. 1673. 1662. 1667. Shame. Sheridan. take any. Ships have gone down at sea. Shape. walks the waters. Shore. 880. a rapture on the lonely. 748. She is mine own. 1678. Shell. 1658. Shot. 264. 1672. left their beauty on the. 1659.
I waive the quantum o' the. 1706. was pleased. 1684. Singing. sublime. 1714. all have some darling. Shrine. 1713. simple truth miscalled. doth infect. 1715.Shriek. Skill. Sincerity. cut off in my. more musical than song. moon that tips with. Silence bewrays more woe. it is a goodly. 1695. O loss of. the good man's. 1693. 1709. Sighs. 1685. 1705. in lashing.
. 62. Sin. 1699. lost to. a solitary. 1694. 1704. one. Singularity. this. deep as death. simple truth his utmost. 1711. 1698. 187. Sickness. 1688. poet. a faith's pure. 1710. seraph. Silver. 1703. Sing because I must. 1701. 7. 1683. in his. 1700. is the herald of joy. 1696 Simplicity. a world of. 1690. showed bashful. all my heart in my. Sins they are inclined to. when I was but your. 1692. another doth provoke. Sister. 1691. Sight. 1702. to memory dear. where hath been no sound.
Slackness breeds worms. is overcast. Snail. and be a villain.
. 1718. 1725. 1727. Snails. of boyhood's years. Smoke that so gracefully curled. 1728. 921. 1744. 't is the voice of the. 1738. Slave. 1721. souls are ripened in our northern. 1741. 1748. 1740. silent as night. Smile. that was childlike and bland. Slander. 1722. the. 1723. the poor man's wealth. Smiles. that knits up the ravelled sleave of care. 1207. Death grinned a ghastly. 1733. Sky. 1736. from partial beauty won. 1739. 1717. Slime that sticks on filthy deeds. 221. shrinks backward. Sleep hath its own world. 220. the good man's. will bring thee dreams. this yellow. 1742. 1884. he giveth his beloved. 1729. whatever day makes man a. 699. that knows not breaking. 1737. Sluggard.Skin not colored like his own. sharper than the sword. 1731. tired nature's sweet restorer. the tears. thou art a. O magic. foulest whelp of sin. 1720. Sloth views the towers of Fame. 1728. creeping like. her feet like. 250. the. 1735. life is rounded with a. 1734. is changed. 1730. 1732.
protect thy feet. Softness and attractive grace. Song. he only took. 1755. 1763. 1677. prevent your ladyship from taking. Sonnet. Sons and brothers at a strife. 1758. 1712. 1765. 1756. no. the.Snake. 1764. scorn not the. a cheer for the. 1888. of mine succeeding. Snow-drop. Snow. Soles. 120. 1748. 807. 436. where are the charms. forbids deeds to die. still govern thou my. 1749. the.
. man in. 397. 1754. arrives. 1757. 1767. 1745. Solid men of Boston. 1746. 1766. dear to gods and men is sacred. Society became my glittering bride. of France. awake to glory. higher than the perfect. Soldier. 1747. 1751. 1762. one immortal. the broken. 1753. he would have been a. let firm. one polished horde. comes on. moralized his. Snuff. 212. in December. Son. is like a flower. 399. 1752. full of oaths. 1759. shall I ask the brave. Solitude sometimes is society. 1750. 209. a booby. thou more than. we have scotch'd the.
1771. the. bruised with adversity. one. 1769. 1773. Source of being. 1776. flow of. 263. 38. 1398. lovely. Soul's. 1981. 1639. 1775. 178. the sleepless. is as free as the stars.Sorrow comes too soon. 1781. Sparrow. Speculation in those eyes. 1772. words. to equal the tallest pine. 1768. hang. with but a single thought. Souls. 82. never comes. 379. 270. 1777. fancy's pleasing son. 42. Soul. the depth of the. 338. 219. 301. Sorrows. know when to. what can ennoble. tell all thy. Speak. that rises with us. Spenser.
. whither went his. 1774. 263. rude in my. 1770. he shall not blind his. Sorrow's crown of sorrow. discontented with capacity. 1778. give. 795. 1779. Speech is but broken light. two. 522. prerogative. whose finger points to heaven. Spires. Charoba once possest. hail. Spear. Sots. providence in the fall of a. Sound must seem an echo. 1780. Spain.
mock the air with idle. 1605. Springe. all the world's a. 210. that fought in heaven. to prick us to redress. Spur. 644. of love resembleth. Spirits from the vasty deep. Stoics boast their virtue fixed. a livelier iris. looks forth alone. 75. 1790. State. 1786. 1540. come. 615. 1610. first. 96. a. where my high. 1784. 1787. 407. Stars have lit the welkin dome. gentle. like infancy. there's no such season. the poetry of heaven. 385. 1794. Spring. of the night. 93. Steeples. two of the fairest. she sets.Spirit.
. I hear that creaking. 1796. 1980. the strongest. thousand years scarce form a. Starving. some service. keep not their motion. 1788. 1782. 714. done the. 1792. Star. Statesman to a prince. 394. Stage. who longest can hold out at. Step. 1795. I have no. shot madly from their spheres. 539. constant as the northern. 1793. 1458. Splendor in the grass. 1789. Steed that saved the day. in the. 1791.
is to be happy. Study is like the sun. teach him how to tell my. for your altars and your fires. 1822. gilds them yet. Streets. 1807. the madding crowd's ignoble. Success. 1805. 1812. by. 1798. not in mortals to command. is the trifling of the mind. eternal. Sun. a. excellent to have a giant's. 1803. Storms. gibber in the Roman. Strength. to each his. 1808. 1804. 1799. honored. will pierce. in dim eclipse. Strong. 1313. 1610. 371. oft we mar. and the cloud. Summer. 1815. life lives only in. 1809. 1829.Stones of Rome to rise. to be. 308. no. 1806. 1813. 1810. to. 607. grows adult. 1797. 1802. 1481. Strike. Strife. 378. to heal. Strangers. Straw. 1800. give her to the god of. 1818.
. Suffering ended with the day. Striving to better. rides upon the. tears are due. 1814. hath made a golden set. against some. tickled with a. 1801. Story of my life. under the. Sufferings. things ill got had ever bad. and by strangers mourned. Storm. 443.
spreads his snowy sail. see the gold. 1834. upon an Easter-day. with arched neck. Sweet. 754. take. is a glorious birth. 1830. Swain. 1823. Swan. 1838. 467. Sunset. 1837. turns on her god. 1831. eternal. Suspicion haunts the guilty mind. things. shining fair. the. remote from cities lived a. Swears a prayer or two. light enchanted. the descending. 781. 1050. Surfeit is the father of fast. 633. peered forth. the worshipped. 341. Suns to light me rise. 371. Sunflower. Swallow-people. 1840. the wondrous golden. cygnet to this pale faint. the glorious. 1833. through the week. 1835. mouth that testified. play the. 1825. 806. 1821. 1824. Sunday shines no Sabbath-day. unruly. settles on its head. 1826.
. Suspense. Sunflowers blow in a glow. is set. Surprise. shall follow the rain. a cool. to taste. 1843. 1882. 1841. 262. 601. 1548. the. Sunshine broken in the rill. 1820.is going down. 1836. 1839. 1551.
their glory and their shame. thy maiden. 1859. Sword. 1847. 2081. 411. 1852. 1853. 1854. 1849. 1857. without a stratagem. 1994. stroke. rails. good native. a. Swimmer in his agony. Swimmer's. 1855. Talking. 1844. various are the. 1860. 62. talk what you will of. 1848. Taxes. Tastes. 1850. 1867. who never think. 5. 1862. they. sometimes take. unfold. Talk. a naked. 1864. Tasso's echoes are no more. to conceal the mind. I could a. Tale. Tasso. I profess not. 1861. 1865. Tea. a round unvarnished. Swiftness never ceasing. 1863. Talkers are no good doers. of linked. 1868. Sympathy of love. Taste. 1846. at.Sweetness. who so shall tell a. there 's naught like. 1851. Symbol of hunger. Synods are mystical bear-gardens. it would.
1877. there is no. safe from. stood on her cheeks. 1878. Tempers. our present. Text. Thief. foretells a. 1869. Thieves and pillagers. 28. Thing. 1880. 1431. in your threats. 1896. 1894. 1521. 1191. 177. strange how some men's. 797. 1890. Temperate in every place. 1891. bring me to the. steals from the. Thanks to men of noble minds. made up of tears and light. 566. 1871. 653. my. Tear wiped with a little address. such as angels weep. 1875. 1881. evil. 1874. 1879. Tempest. Tears and love for the Gray. your face. Thane. beauty's. Temptation. are lovelier. man of such a feeble. 30. of bearded men. Theatre. the sun 's a. the big round. 1872. the world 's a. thoughts too deep for. many a holy. why comes.Teaching and my authority. 1892. idle tears. 1876.
. 1895. Terror. Test. 1887. Temper. that walks by night. 1873. 1957. as in a. more merry. 1870.
1911. sewing a double. in his hand. are ours. 1915. 1903. 690. threefold the stride of. is eternal. Horatio. Titles are jests. 783. why choose the rankling. 681. 1912. Thoughts of men are widened. Time. Thought is deeper than speech. 414. away and mock the. idle. 1898. wed with thought. 1904. 1908. 1917. 1418. our. are ready. are where things are. 1902. the Hyrcanian. 1901. leaps the live. too deep for tears. Tide in the affairs of men. Thinking. Tiger. Throne of royal state. 1913. with too much. should be untold. 1900. 29. 1910. 160. 1907. 153. Thread. 174.Things a wise man will not trust. thrift. of our past years. 974. Thrift. Thorn that scents the evening gale. Thirst. doth waste me. no. 1909. 1387. 1875. 1899. 568. Things.
. that panting. 1897. the turning o' the. Thunder. may follow fawning. Tile. in cut and die so like a. what is this. all.
37. 1922. 1797. Tongue. our cares are all. comes. nature cries. Toad. in every wound. 1918. 1930. To-morrow's sun may never rise. call. despite those. dropt manna. and to-morrow. fantastic. 1929. 1928. 1935. Tobacco. ugly and venomous. of dying men. 1622. Tongues in trees. worms infold. the cloud-capped. let the. 1921. 1924. 1920. 1919. in thy head. squat like a. Torture. 119. Toothache. waters boil in endless. 1931. 610. could endure the. 1933. the loud. his own. where art thou. that Shakespeare spake. 1934. Tomb. ran on.are marks of honest men. lick pomp. 569. To-morrow. 37. 1925. Torrent. 757. Tombs. 1926. 1936. beloved. his. on the light. 1923. 1927. 97.
. still his. Toe. who dare dishonor the. the horny hands of. gilded. Tongue. from the. Toil. Towers and battlements. 1858. 468. a good. To-day. sublime.
1941. the daring. 1947. Treasons. 460. 741. unfeeling train. and spoils. Treason doth never prosper. 342. Trial. heaven was all. 1942. 1811. Trash. Travellers must be content. 1938. 1866. 1939. Trees. dark. Tricks that are vain. 1945. compound their trash. Travelling. Traveller. flourished over us. heaps of miser's. 1953. still sad. can smile in light. 1949. 408.Town. Toys. think nought a. 1954. 1412. Trade's proud empire. 1940. a melancholy. Tree. 1943. 1950. fruit of that forbidden. wring from peasants their. 1235. the lives of. 1948. Treasure. Trifles make the sum of human things. corruption is a. Tranquillity.
. seeks fantastic. 1956. 563. 1955. in. now spurs the. 433. stratagems. Trifle. is not owned. 1937. I take pleasures. 1944. a brotherhood of venerable. man made the. Train. we learn through. mine ease under the. Tribe.
gray. Union. 380. 'twixt kings and. 1968. Unity. and shame the devil. 1977. Tyranny of blood and chains. is truth. then comes the. 1960. to your soul. is one. 1975. the tree 's inclin'd. forever on the scaffold. Twig is bent. Twilight. 528. 1974. 1964. 1958. 1973. disastrous. 683. 1971. flattering. 1967. 1969. 377. severe. has such a face. 1978. Truth and loyalty. 1970. Unction. 1316. Turf. 607. 1966. confound all. tell. 609. 704. like the. by fairy fiction. hath better deeds than words. Trust thee. one more. green be the. crushed to earth. Tulip. double toil and. 1962. 1301. no cleaner thing than love.
. sheds. 705. fell upon the sea. 1438. Twins from the birth. is the highest thing. Turk. whispering tongues can poison. 1979.Trouble. 1976. Unfortunate. strong and great. beauty is. 395. 1961. so far will I. Tyrants seem to kiss.
54. things beyond all. to God alone belongs. 1224. 1983. 457. declined into the. Utter what thou dost not know. Valor. 426. has filled his. Vale of years. 120. 365. all doth vanish. as a. a. Ventures. 1989. splitting. 1993. 1992. Verse. 1615.
. couple with my. 1675. 1991.Urania govern thou my song. heaven's ebon. maintain. Variety. married to immortal. Use doth breed a habit in a man. 1674. insatiate cormorant. Vengeance. may find him. Valiant never taste of death. 1844. Vessel. 281. 64. shows but a bastard. in. Vault. Vapor. melting in a tear. Urn. a brave. 1985. I stood in. fear to do base things is. 1987. Vessels large may venture. Variety 's the spice of life. 1817. lose our. 1988. 1986. there is scorn. 453. order in. sweetens toil. 1501. what will not. Venice. 1990. 1348. Valentine. 1997. on the rock. Vanity.
calumny will sear. 2013. 797. can bolt her arguments. 127. when sweet. one murder made a. Vision. 2006. 2002. good old-gentlemanly. there is no. 1998. in solemn. 257. Violet by a mossy stone. Voice. 438. 366. graced with wreaths of. Villain. a faery. exempt. is a monster. 1033. 2016. 1999.Vice. annual. we write in water. from no one. a. Violets. 2011. 638. 2014. Visit. 356. 2005. so simple. Villas. it was a famous. a. Vine. Virginity. Victory. their. 2000. 398. 2004. lovers'. 81. 133.
. Virtue. her. in all Denmark. Virtues. sicken. monarch of the. 1687. starves while vice is fed. which in parents shine. which is the. was ever soft. hath hurtful power o'er. Visions of glory. 2018. may be assailed. 2015. Vows. that possession would not show us. throw a perfume on the. seem sweet. o'er the globe. 2008. 2007. 2012. assume a. 1359. suburban. Vines that round the thatch-eaves run. 2001.
600. 2023. Water. 2034. what good. Ways that are dark. between. 2029. fools for arguments use. 177. 1061. to provoke. 2030. 509. is worth. Want gives to know the friend. smooth runs the. Web. 2020. Wagers. Warrior. 2025. the heaven's pathless. 2026. 844. Wave. 2024. 1362. 2017. whene'er I take my. War. 2033. 2035. Wedding. grim-visaged. we weave. is breaking on the shore. ever wooing. Weakness. may be broken. 1402. echoing. Way. 2031. Waller was smooth. then was the tug of. 723. Washington's a watchword. is a game. 2028. 2021. 2022. all wickedness is.made in pain. he lay like a. Vulcan his office plies. Wardens of your farms. a life on the ocean. a tangled. Walks abroad. is a terrible trade. 2019. thou son of hell. is still the cry.
. 589. 2032. never. 433. so dies a. 1252.
2038. 2042. 1984. 1609. this sail is as a noiseless. Whim. 2055. Wheels of weary life stood still. Whole. Willow. 2057. 581. 2046. unclouded welcome of a. what. 811. Wing. 2105. Weep. tossed to and fro. 2056. wed. Welcomes. a hundred thousand. 344. 3. willow. 2058. all are parts of one. willow. let every man enjoy his. this sweet wee. women must. 2048. Welcome to our house. the southern. 2039. 978. Windows that exclude the light. Widows. dank and dropping. blew you hither. Will. Wind is rising. 2053. of night. Wife by her husband stays. the. 2054.
. Whistled as he went. 1881. Wickedness. a method in man's. 2040. a. Weeds. of western birth. 2059. Weight. more inconstant than the. 2050. Wine can make the sage frolic. executes a freeman's. I give this heavy. may. 2052. 2051.Weed. 2043. 2047. makes love forget.
Wise. what is it to be. 2062. creeps along with tardy pace. 2078. the silver pencil of the. 2067. Woe doth tread upon another's heel.
. in our hours of ease. brevity the soul of. 2063. 2065. Wit 's. be. 2076. 2070. I have neither. of our discontent. that wait on age. Wisdom's self oft seeks. 1198. trappings and the suits of. will shine. 2080.Wings. men famed for. 2088. Woman. Wit. 525. 235. the deepest notes of. a mouse's. 59. a feather. 2069. an unruly engine. 2073. 2075. on the wings of borrowed. 51. 2064. Winter chills the lap of May. 2090. earth's noblest thing. to-day. well. rare are solitary. is out. 252. 963. Wisdom and fortune. Woes. the stream from. when age is in. comes to rule. 2061. 2071. 2066. 195. has yet brighter scenes. 2074. 2079. Wishes lengthen as our sun declines. 1610. 2045. a. 2060. 't is folly to be. Wits are to madness allied. Wives may be merry. at heaven's gates she claps her. Wish was father to that thought. 2068. 2072. 922.
404. 422. 355. never to heaven go. men must. it gives me.
. 512. 2091. 2103. 2097. 2101. 733. 2105. free men freely.lovely. 2094. have wings. 424. Woodland. 2104. 2089. there is always. 2095. admit no defence. Woods are an ever-new delight. Work. that deliberates is lost. 1923. chaste. will. bestride the narrow. 2083. 2086. 2085. Words. so she's good. our. mixed of such fine elements. we will work for a. honor to. 2082. like a human mind. Workmen. are things. 2087. 2100. whispered it to the. nothing lovelier in. immodest. 2093. 1697. 231. Woodman. 2098. Wordsworth's healing power. 2096. when. are no deeds. 2084. Women are as roses. from a bashful mind. 2102. strive. 1170. have power to assuage. 2092. Wonder. Woman 's a contradiction still. 741. stoops to folly. 2099. she is a. should never be dated. torrent of a. spare that tree. Word in season spoken. of an hour. 58. World. a dearth of. we had been brutes without you.
courage. that depend on greatness' favor. 2123. wept o'er his. with ease 2121. 2108. victorious 2118. 2122. Wrinkle what stamps the.I have not loved the. 2120. 2115. 191. Wrecks. 2107. makes the man. Wrongs unredressed. 689. 2119. Wretch. come not within my.
. a needy. a theatre. the smallest. 2117. 950. 59. Wrong forever on the throne. is all a fleeting show. a thousand fearful. World 's. 2112. Write you. 707. Wretches hang that jurymen may dine. 1970. Worth. service of the antique. Worm. honor. 446. 2111. on. will turn. Writing well. Wounds bind up my. the. Wound. 2116. swift vengeance waits. 91. nature's chief masterpiece. 2113. Achilles'. this pendent. too much respect upon the. Wrath. 2114. 2110. willing to. an inhuman. 2109. Wreaths. 296. Worship without words. 2124. uncertain comes and goes. 28.
1306. Updated editions will replace the previous one--the old editions will be renamed. how buoyant are thy hopes. the accomplishment of. 254. 2129. 2137. Yesterday.
. old. I sigh not over vanished. on the prow. Zeal. hails me to wonder.Xerxes did die.
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