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Lost Cathedral - Crown Of Thorns

As the dawn reveals its grace The darkness lingers on The desperate hearts are calling We ignore the prophecy's As we aimlessly search for gold Our souls burn out in the cold As we worship false gods Eyes open, we' ...

Crusader - Mary Black Play

... the grace that mends this broken wing The blue sky to regain Will lift those feet and raise those eyes To face the desert again As the dawn reveals the journey's end In truth it's only beginning And it's as ...

The Dawn of Day (Book III) - Friedrich Nietzsche

... able to set before itself with so good a conscience as the period which is about to dawn. Lastly, what is to be the occupation of the nobility in the future if it becomes more evident from day to day that ...

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The Dawn of Day (Book V) - Friedrich Nietzsche

... philosophic thinker must necessarily be regarded as the essence of depravity in the midst of every existing society: for as the critic of all its morals he is naturally the antagonist of the moral man, and, unless he succeeds in ...

The Howler: An English Breakfast (Chapter 1, Part 2) - Pigface Play

... grass as the overnight dew evaporates. The mist hanging around the edges of the fields like poison gas. The grey sky before it gets warm. Especially if it's rained during the night. D'you know, I even start to like the dawn ...

Unmask The Spectre - YOB Play

... inherent Witness of old Suffer unto wisdom The hammer falls as it must Ringing unto wisdom For the soul to trust Behold the dawn Break through the seal All we cherish In fires revealed Unearth our eyes Never more real ...

Darken The Murals - Divina Enema

... one way to contumacy Down the face! The face of yours Come closer to the grace like that Shut it so close... As ye can... Imbrue her hills The harridan's corpse was entwined 'bout by the... Great worm's asp alike ...

The Cainian Chronicle Part II: Lillith's Embrace - Ancient

... a radiant glimmering light Revealing the flaming archangel Known as Michael' (Michael:) 'Cursed son of Adam Indeed his mercy is great Bow thy head and repent thine sins now Before it's too late.' (Caine:) 'Not by his grace but my own ...

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The Woodlanders (Chap. 4) - Thomas Hardy

... not join me and Grace there, and we'll drive home all together?? He made the proposal with cheerful energy; he was hardly the same man as the man of the small dark hours. Ever it happens that even among ...

What's it All About? - The Grouch

... mind But because of my age I was undefined As one of the B-boys who could still get it on after The streetlights came on and the night changed from dust to dawn You see my momma didn't know that her ...

The diary of Nathan Adler or the art-ritual murder of Baby Grace Blue: A non-linear Gothic Drama Hyper-cycle - David Bowie

... guy having bits and pieces removed under anaesthetic. A finger-joint one night, a limb another. By the dawning of the '80s, rumour had it that he was down to a torso and one arm. He'd asked to be left in a ...

The Prelude (Book. 5) - William Wordsworth

... tongue of every child, Wherever man is found? The trickling tear Upon the cheek of listening Infancy Proclaims it, and the insuperable look That drinks as if it never could be full. That portion of my story I shall leave There ...

The Prelude (Book. 6) - William Wordsworth

... (though to hardship born, and compassed round With danger, varying as the seasons change), Pleased with his daily task, or, if not pleased, Contented, from the moment that the dawn (Ah! surely not without attendant gleams Of soul-illumination) calls ...

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I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings - Chapter 23 - Maya Angelou

... all before his bath.      Days before, we had made a sign for the Store, and as we turned out the lights Momma hung the cardboard over the doorknob. It read clearly: CLOSED. GRADUATION.      My dress fitted perfectly and everyone said that ...

The Duration of Hell - Jorge Luis Borges

... is that it brings to itself all the truths to be found scattered among the false religions.? Whether Hell is a fact of natural religion, or only of revealed religion, I find no other theological assumption as fascinating or as powerful. I am ...

Paradise (Canto. 14) - Dante Alighieri

... disclose his glory: whence The vision needs increasing, much increase The fervour, which it kindles; and that too The ray, that comes from it. But as the greed Which gives out flame, yet it its whiteness shines More lively than ...

The Castle of Indolence - James Thomson (poet)

... , array'd; Loose, as the Breeze that plays along the Downs, And waves the Summer-Woods when Evening frowns. O fair Undress, best Dress! it checks no Vein, But every flowing Limb in Pleasure drowns, And heightens Ease with Grace. This done ...

Moby-Dick (Chap. 133: The Chase -- First Day) - Herman Melville

... , with wonderful celerity uprising, and magnifying as it rose, till it turned, and then there were plainly revealed two long crooked rows of white, glistening teeth, floating up from the undiscoverable bottom. It was Moby Dick's open mouth and scrolled ...

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The Piazza Tales (The Bell-Tower) - Herman Melville

... statue, which, being intended to grace the front of a new edifice, the architect does not desire exposed to critical eyes, till set up, finished, in its appointed place. Such was the impression now. But, as the object rose, a statuary present ...

The Piazza Tales (The Encantadas) - Herman Melville

... his perfect mood. The twilight was just enough to reveal every striking point, without tearing away the dim investiture of wonder. From a broken stair-like base, washed, as the steps of a water-palace, by the waves, the tower rose in ...

Fragments On The Poet And The Poetic Gift - Ralph Waldo Emerson

... who is alive And only sees what he doth give. Coin the day-dawn into lines In which its proper splendor shines; Coin the moonlight into verse Which all its marvel shall rehearse, Chasing with words fast-flowing things; nor ...

Harvard Divinity School Address - Ralph Waldo Emerson

... to subdue and enjoy it. The planters, the mechanics, the inventors, the astronomers, the builders of cities, and the captains, history delights to honor. But when the mind opens, and reveals the laws which traverse the universe, and make things ...

The Young American - Ralph Waldo Emerson

... hidden graces of the landscape. I look on such improvements, also, as directly tending to endear the land to the inhabitant. Any relation to the land, the habit of tilling it, or mining it, or even hunting on it, generates the ...

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Marmion - Canto Fifth - The Court - Sir Walter Scott

... King assign?d, To Marmion?s, as their guardian, join?d; 535 And thus it fell, that, passing nigh, The Palmer caught the Abbess? eye, Who warn?d him by a scroll, She had a secret to reveal, That much concern?d the Church?s weal, 540 And ...

Marmion - Canto First - The Castle - Sir Walter Scott

... , broad and gay, Now faded, as the fading ray 15 Less bright, and less, was flung; The evening gale had scarce the power To wave it on the Donjon Tower, So heavily it hung. The scouts had parted on their ...

The Field of Waterloo - Sir Walter Scott

... of fame, While like the dawn that in the orient glows On the broad wave its earlier lustre came; Then eastern Egypt saw the growing flame, And Maida's myrtles gleamed beneath its ray, Where first the soldier, stung with generous ...

The Lay of the Last Minstrel - Canto IV - Sir Walter Scott

... , On foaming steed, in full career, With brand to aid, when as the spear Should shiver in the course: But he, the jovial Harper, taught Me, yet a youth, how it was fought, In guise which now I say; He knew each ...

Nobel Lecture in Literature (1990): In Search of the Present (Paz) - Octavio Paz

... , a gesture expressing politeness, and, in short, an act that reveals spiritual goodness. Grace is gratuitous; it is a gift. The person who receives it, the favoured one, is grateful for it; if he is not base, he expresses gratitude. That is ...

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Rappaccini's Daughter - Nathaniel Hawthorne

... interested me. Possibly you may remember it. It is of an Indian prince, who sent a beautiful woman as a present to Alexander the Great. She was as lovely as the dawn and gorgeous as the sunset; but what especially distinguished her ...

Roughing It (chap. 76) - Mark Twain

... ; but left to compete for the honors simply on scenic grace and beauty?the grand, the august and the sublime being barred the contest?it could challenge the old world and the new to produce its peer.         In one locality ...

The Innocents Abroad (Chap. 32) - Mark Twain

... speaks truly concerning them, and I freely believe it does.         Just as the earliest tinges of the dawn flushed the eastern sky and turned the pillared Parthenon to a broken harp hung in the pearly horizon, we closed our thirteenth mile of ...

The Innocents Abroad (Chap. 58) - Mark Twain

... pilgrims would have had it.         The Nile at this point is muddy, swift and turbid, and does not lack a great deal of being as wide as the Mississippi.         We scrambled up the steep bank at the shabby town of Ghizeh ...

The Tragedy of Pudd'nhead Wilson (Chap. 10) - Mark Twain

The Nymph Revealed                 All say, "How hard it is that we have to die"?a strange                  complaint to come from the mouths of people who have had to                 live. ?Pudd'nhead Wilson's Calendar                  When angry, count ...

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Arabian Nights,Vol. 1 (Chap. 4) - Richard F. Burton

... hath read books and perused chronicles; I reveal the fair and conceal the foul and I act as the poet adviseth:? None but the good a secret keep * And good men keep it          unrevealed: It is to me a well shut house * With ...

Arabian Nights,Vol. 1 (Chap. 4.4) - Richard F. Burton

... at full to buss the Earth. And of a truth Allah the Most High had robed him in the raiment of perfect grace and had purfled and fringed it with a cheek all beauty and loveliness, even as the poet saith of ...

Arabian Nights,Vol. 1 (Chap. 7.4) - Richard F. Burton

... . Vulgarly it is used as the reverse of nice and corresponds, after a fashion, with our "nasty." [FN#603] "Window-gardening," new in England, is an old practice in the East. [FN#604] Her pimping instinct at once revealed the case ...

The Sandman - E.T.A. Hoffmann

... internal picture. I resolved that I would not begin it at all. So take, gentle reader, the three letters, which friend Lothaire was good enough to give me, as the sketch of the picture which I shall endeavour to colour more and more ...

The Mortal Immortal - Masterworks of Brit Lit

... she would denounce me--and then she burst into tears. Thus beset, methought it was the best way to tell the truth. I revealed it as tenderly as I could, and spoke only of a very long life, not of immortality--which representation ...

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Book of the Stranger - Game of Thrones

... them because hundreds of thousands of men, women, and children still lived in chains. RAZDAL: As they have since the dawn of time. GREY WORM: Not anymore. YEZZAN: You think you?re a free man now? You ...

The Broken Man - Game of Thrones

... marriage bed. MARGAERY: No. HIGH SPARROW: You have a duty, Your Grace. To your husband, your king, your country, to the gods themselves. MARGAERY: It?s just...the desires that once drove me no longer do. HIGH SPARROW: Congress does not require ...

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