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Another Day - Wings Play

... du du du Lt's just another day Ay, so sad, so sad Sometimes she feels so sad Alone in her apartment she'd dwell Till the man of her dreams comes to break the spell Ah, stay, don't stand around And ...

Another Day - Paul McCartney Play

... another day It's just another day It's just another day So sad, so sad Sometimes she feels so sad Alone in apartment she'd dwell Till the man of her dreams comes to break the spell Ah, stay, don't stand ...

Circumstances (In Love, Past, Present, Future Meet) - Capability Brown

... look at your stardreams and wonder if they'll turn out right Speak to her softly with words she will hold with her eyes Then she can show you that love is the way and not lies Don't you know ...

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The Woodlanders (Chap. 36) - Thomas Hardy

... her thin boots in her haste. She entered her own dwelling, as she had emerged from it, by the drawing-room window. In other circumstances she would have felt some timidity at undertaking such an unpremeditated excursion alone; but her ...

Idylls of the King - Lancelot and Elaine - Alfred Lord Tennyson

... who pledged. But far away the maid in Astolat, Her guiltless rival, she that ever kept The one-day-seen Sir Lancelot in her heart, Crept to her father, while he mused alone, Sat on his knee, stroked his gray ...

In Memoriam A.H.H. (Full) - Alfred Lord Tennyson

... such evil dreams? So careful of the type she seems, So careless of the single life; That I, considering everywhere Her secret meaning in her deeds, And finding that of fifty seeds She often brings but one to bear, I falter where ...

The Condition of the Working-Class in England (Chap. 7) - Friedrich Engels

... took a great deal of trouble to instil good principles into the children. (And she made a decided slip in her English in saying it.) In the schools the commissioner found constant noise and disorder. The moral state of the children ...

Marmion - Canto Sixth - The Battle - Sir Walter Scott

... the ground; Of holy ornament, alone 80 Remain?d a cross with ruby stone; And often did she look On that which in her hand she bore, With velvet bound, and broider?d o?er, Her breviary book. 85 In such a place, so lone ...

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Light in August (Chapter 20) - William Faulkner

... own small kitchen garden and she lived there, alone, waiting for her husband to return, the rumor of whose death she refused to believe. It was just rumor, vague: how, following his master?s death in Van Dorn?s cavalry raid to ...

Aeneid: Book 11 - Publius Vergilius Maro

... the temple might his trophies hold, Or else to shine herself in Trojan gold. Blind in her haste, she chases him alone. And seeks his life, regardless of her own. This lucky moment the sly traitor chose: Then, starting from ...

A Doctor's Visit (Full Text) - Anton Chekhov

... for a holiday, with a flower in her hair; she looked at him, as yesterday, sorrowfully and intelligently, smiled and talked, and all with an expression as though she wanted to tell him something special, important?him alone. They could hear the ...

The Vengeance of Nitocris - Tennessee Williams

... , luscious delicacies and other less innocent indulgences. When the queen arrived, clamorous shouts rang deafeningly in her ears. She responded with charming smiles and gracious bows. The most discerning observer could not have detected ...

Aeschylus's “The Choephori (Full Text)” - Lydia Langerwerf

... suckling craved the creature, born full-fanged? LEADER OF THE CHORUS Yet in her dreams she proffered it the breast. ORESTES How? did the hateful thing not bite her teat? LEADER OF THE CHORUS Yea, and sucked forth a blood-gout ...

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Homer (Nagy trans.)'s “Scroll 5” - Lydia Langerwerf

... Iris sat beside her and took the reins in her hand. She lashed her horses on and they flew forward nothing loath, till in a trice they were at high Olympus, where the gods have their dwelling. There she stayed them ...

The Little Mermaid - Hans Christian Andersen

... 's palace. Whilst the sisters were swimming at evening-time, the youngest would remain motionless and alone, in her father's palace, looking up after them. She would have wept, but mermaids cannot weep, and therefore, when they are troubled, suffer infinitely ...

The Lovely Bones (Chapter 13) - Alice Sebold

... help explain an assignment that her force was irresistible. In one way he profited ? she would often sneak him an extra cookie or a softer sit-upon ? but in another he was held aloft and apart from his fellow kindergartners. By ...

Mary Shelley's “1818 Frankenstein Volume I Chapters I-II (1-2)” - MsMAPLit

... prospect of support. But Caroline Beaufort possessed a mind of an uncommon mould; and her courage rose to support her in her adversity. She procured plain work; she plaited straw; and by various means contrived to earn a pittance scarcely sufficient to ...

Mary Shelley's “1818 Frankenstein Volume I Chapters III-VI (3-7)” - MsMAPLit

... prognosticating an evil result. We were soon joined by Elizabeth. Time had made great alterations in her form since I had last beheld her. Six years before she had been a pretty, good-humoured girl, whom every one loved and caressed ...

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Permission To Land - The Darkness

... what i put myself through lady, all we seem to do is talk about we take apart and analyse our ins and outs honey, i would rather do without no-one to answer to i won't spend another ...

Venting - Fre$h (Short Dawg)

... of every apartment we ever dwelled Regardless, if you can tell All I've been through is hell Family curse, got me feelin' like All I can do is fail My momma, she worked hard, she tried, she did her best But ...

Anashuya and Vijaya - William Butler Yeats

... she, With her old father the blind wood-cutter; I saw her standing in her door but now. Anashuya. Vijaya, swear to love her never more. Vijaya. Ay, ay. Anashuya. Swear by the parents of the gods, Dread oath, who dwell ...

Rosa Alchemica - William Butler Yeats

... they have tried to unpeople their hearts that he might reign alone, but she holds in her hand the rose whose every petal is a god; and there, O swiftly she comes! Is Aphrodite under a twilight falling from the wings of numberless ...

Milton: A Poem - William Blake

... Ahania, rent apart into a desolate night, Laments! & Enion wanders like a weeping inarticulate voice. And Vala labours for her bread & water among the Furnaces. Therefore bright Tirzah triumphs, putting on all beauty, 45 And all perfedlion, in her cruel sports among ...

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Macbeth - William Shakespeare

... content: 1175 'Tis safer to be that which we destroy Than by destruction dwell in doubtful joy. [Enter MACBETH] How now, my lord! why do you keep alone, Of sorriest fancies your companions making, 1180 Using those thoughts which should ...

Macbeth Full Play - William Shakespeare

... without content: 'Tis safer to be that which we destroy Than by destruction dwell in doubtful joy. Enter MACBETH How now, my lord! why do you keep alone, Of sorriest fancies your companions making, Using those thoughts which should indeed ...

Far from the Madding Crowd (Chap. 32) - Thomas Hardy

... him, for her good, to end his furlough in Bath, and see her and Weatherbury no more?         It was a picture full of misery, but for a while she contemplated it firmly, allowing herself, nevertheless, as girls will, to dwell upon the ...

Jude the Obscure (Chap. 1.7) - Thomas Hardy

... he promised to call for her? Surely he had! She would wait indoors, poor girl, and waste all her afternoon on account of him. There was a something in her, too, which was very winning, apart from promises. He ought not ...

Tess of the d'Urbervilles, a Pure Woman (Chap. 10) - Thomas Hardy

... satisfy himself. Tess was standing apart from the rest, near the gate. He bent over towards her. "Jump up behind me," he whispered, "and we'll get shot of the screaming cats in a jiffy!" She felt almost ready to faint ...

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The Mayor of Casterbridge (Chap. 41) - Thomas Hardy

... from America?when somebody she had confided her history to, told her my claim to her was a mockery, and made a jest of her belief in my right. After that she was never happy with me. She pined and pined, and ...

The Return of the Native (Chap. 4.2) - Thomas Hardy

... time of misfortune." "Yes?" "I am going to be a furze- and turf-cutter." "No, Clym!" she said, the slight hopefulness previously apparent in her face going off again, and leaving her worse than before. "Surely I shall. Is it not very unwise ...

The Return of the Native (Chap. 4.4) - Thomas Hardy

... the room a loud rapping began upon the front door. "I'll go?I'll go," said Eustacia in an unusually quick tone for her; and she glanced eagerly towards the window whence the moth had flown; but nothing appeared there. "You ...

The Return of the Native (Chap. 6.4) - Thomas Hardy

... those who had scarcely remembered that it ever was hers. But to Clym she was almost a presence there, now as always. Whatever she was in other people's memories, in his she was the sublime saint whose radiance even his tenderness ...

The Supplanter A Tale - Thomas Hardy

... winning me from one Who ever in her living days         Was pure as cloistered nun!" XI She cowers, and he takes his track         Afar for many a mile, For evermore to be apart         From her who could beguile His senses by ...

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The Woodlanders (Chap. 40) - Thomas Hardy

... there was one possibility in which her formerly imagined position might become real, and only one; that her husband's absence should continue long enough to amount to positive desertion. But she never allowed her mind to dwell much upon the ...

The Song of the Bell - Friedrich Schiller

... now, with the ropes? whole might, From her dungeon swing the bell, Till she rise to heaven?s height, In the realm of sound to dwell! Pull and lift?still more! See her move and soar! Joy unto this city bringing ...

Maharishi University of Management Commencement Speech - Jim Carrey

... ?ll rub up against your leg and purr until you pick her up and start pettin? her, and out of nowhere she?ll swat you in the face. Sure it?s rough sometimes but that?s OK, ?cause they?ve got soft ...

The Prelude (Book. 14) - William Wordsworth

... -sternness; but for thee, dear Friend! My soul, too reckless of mild grace, had stood In her original self too confident, Retained too long a countenance severe; A rock with torrents roaring, with the ...

Paradise Regain'd, Book 1 - John Milton

... to the Virgin pure In Galilee, that she should bear a son Great in renown, and called the Son of God Then told'st her, doubting how these things could be To her a virgin, that on her should come The Holy ...

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After the Bombing / Speech at Ford Auditorium - Malcolm X

... . This is all owned by outsiders. And then these run down apartment dwellings, the Black man in Harlem pays more money for it than the man down in the rich Park Avenue section. It costs us more money to live ...

Chapter 6: Detroit Red - Malcolm X

... waiter. When a woman came in to eat alone, and he found she really was alone, not married, or living with somebody, it generally was not hard for smooth Sammy to get invited to her apartment. He'd insist on going out ...

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