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Raven's Fly - Black Horizons - Berserk

... implant our Empire. Dark Clouds cover the sky where we are, And the nerves gradually hold down our bodies. We long for cut the enemy's necks with these swords. We windward and we can hear the movement of their troops ...

The Little Mermaid - Hans Christian Andersen

... possible. In the evening the sky was covered with sails; and whilst the great mountains of ice alternately sank and rose again, and beamed with a reddish glow, flashes of lightning burst forth from the clouds, and the thunder rolled on ...

Ripples In The Mesh - The Constructus Corporation Play

... Constructus had done. and this final threat this natural abomination this ripple in the mesh... is you Random boy. far out See? We are the same We were destined to collide My very purpose was to make you For you ...

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Yellow Submarine - Script - The Beatles

... . PAUL: Where are we? [They stand on a head. There are a lot of heads around.] JOHN: It looks like the foothills. PAUL: The foothills of what? JOHN: The foothills of the headlands. [0:48:06 THE BEATLES: LUCY IN THE SKY WITH ...

The Tower - William Butler Yeats

... Or dull decrepitude, Or what worse evil come ? The death of friends, or death Of every brilliant eye That made a catch in the breath ? Seem but the clouds of the sky When the horizon fades; Or a bird's sleepy cry Among ...

Far from the Madding Crowd (Chap. 46) - Thomas Hardy

... his old way, which I thought he had left off lately. But the tower spouts used to spatter on the stones, and we are puzzled, for this was like the boiling of a pot."         Not being able to read, think, or work ...

The Man Who Would Be King - Rudyard Kipling

... that we are fools and to show us your books." He turned to the book-cases. "Are you at all in earnest?" I said. "A little," said Dravot, sweetly. "As big a map as you have got, even if it's all blank where ...

Cape Cod: Chapter 1 (The Shipwreck) - Henry David Thoreau

WISHING TO GET a better view than I had yet had of the ocean, which, we are told, covers more than two thirds of the globe, but of which a man who lives a few miles inland may never see any trace, ...

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Cape Cod: Chapter 4 (The Beach) - Henry David Thoreau

... to a dozen rods in width, with a long line of breakers rushing to the strand. The sea was exceedingly dark and stormy, the sky completely overcast, the clouds still dropping rain, and the wind seemed to blow not so much as ...

Cape Cod: Chapter 6 (The Beach) - Henry David Thoreau

... a darker spot on its surface, the shadow of a cloud, though the sky was so clear that no cloud would have been noticed otherwise, and no shadow would have been seen on the land, where a much smaller surface is visible at ...

Where I Lived, and What I Lived For - Henry David Thoreau

... season of our life we are accustomed to consider every spot as the possible site of a house. I have thus surveyed the country on every side within a dozen miles of where I live. In imagination I have bought all the farms in succession ...

The Castle of Indolence - James Thomson (poet)

... was one full-swelling Bed. And every where huge cover'd Tables stood, With Wines high-flavour'd and rich Viands crown'd; Whatever sprightly juice or tasteful Food On the green Bosom of this Earth are found, And all old Ocean genders ...

The Runaway Slave at Pilgrim's Point - Elizabeth Barrett Browning

... ! I look at the sky.         The clouds are breaking on my brain I am floated along, as if I should die         Of liberty's exquisite pain. In the name of the white child waiting for me In the death-dark where we may kiss ...

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The Piazza Tales (The Encantadas) - Herman Melville

... outer ocean is most at peace with, itself. On the oppressive, clouded days, such as are peculiar to this part of the watery Equator, the dark, vitrified masses, many of which raise themselves among white whirlpools and breakers in detached ...

The American Scholar - Ralph Waldo Emerson

... of darkness come, as come they must, - when the sun is hid, and the stars withdraw their shining, - we repair to the lamps which were kindled by their ray, to guide our steps to the East again, where the dawn ...

The Scarlet Letter (Chap. 12) - Nathaniel Hawthorne

... , that it thoroughly illuminated the dense medium of cloud betwixt the sky and earth. The great vault brightened, like the dome of an immense lamp. It showed the familiar scene of the street with the distinctness of mid-day, but ...

Twice Told Tales (Legends of The Province-House II) - Nathaniel Hawthorne

... , however, no traces of it remained behind; for within the antique frame nothing could be discerned save the impenetrable cloud which had covered the canvas since the memory of man. If the figure had, indeed, stepped forth, it had fled ...

Once More to the Lake - E. B. White

... feeling got so strong I bought myself a couple of bass hooks and a spinner and returned to the lake where we used to go, for a week's fishing and to revisit old haunts. I took along my son, ...

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A Day In The Country (Full Text) - Anton Chekhov

... distance. It is about a mile and a half away. The clouds have by now covered the sun, and soon afterwards there is not a speck of blue left in the sky. It grows dark. "Holy, holy, holy . . ." whispers Fyokla, hurrying after Terenty ...

The History of Herodotus, Vol II (Chap. 3) - Herodotus

... to Abydos; and when it had just set forth, the Sun left his place in the heaven and was invisible, though there was no gathering of clouds and the sky was perfectly clear; and instead of day it became night ...

Chapter 7 - The Second Kalandar's Tale - Richard F. Burton

... muttered charms, some of which we understood and others we understood not. Presently the world waxed dark before our sight till we thought that the sky was falling upon our heads, and lo! the Ifrit presented himself in his own ...

War in Heaven (Chap. 17: The Marriage of the Living and the Dead) - Charles Williams (Writer)

... set it on the priest, and still the darkness increased and moved and swirled around them. The Archdeacon heard voices above him, heard Gregory say: "Are there no markings and ceremonies?" and the Greek answer: "We are retired beyond such ...

The Bear and the Maiden Fair - Game of Thrones

... how come he always gets to sit and chat while we do all the work? HODOR: Hodor. JOJEN: That's where we are. OSHA walks over to confront JOJEN. OSHA: What are you telling him? BRAN: It's all right, Osha. OSHA ...

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

... cry he raised. As a dark cloud in the sky [865] when it comes on to blow after heat, even so did Diomedes son of Tydeus see Ares the brazen ascend into the broad sky. With all speed he reached high ...

Virgil's “The Aeneid (Book 2)” - Lydia Langerwerf

... horse was ready, a structure compacted of maple beams, storm clouds thundered throughout the sky. Perplexed, we send Eurypylus to ask the oracle of Phoebus, and he brings back from the shrine the gloomy words: ?With blood of a slain virgin you ...

Learning abut the Elegy: Remembering Robin WIlliams, Lincoln, and Whitman - A. B. Schmidt

... life?s stormy conflicts,      Nor victory, nor defeat ?? no more time?s dark events,      Charging like ceaseless clouds across the sky.      But sing poet in our name,      Sing of the love we bore him ?? because you, dweller in camps,           know it truly ...

The Snow Queen Chapter 2 - Second Story, About a Little Boy and a Little Girl - Hans Christian Andersen

... of heaven, into which they rose higher and higher as she flew with him on a dark cloud, while the storm surged around them, the wind ringing in their ears like well-known old songs. They flew over woods and ...

The Last Days of Pompeii (Book The First, II) - Sir Edward Bulwer-Lytton

... have a voice like ours), "The breath of the blind girl closes The leaves of the saddening roses-- We are tender, we sons of light We shrink from this child of night; From the grasp of the blind girl free us ...

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Eclipse - The Beta Band Play

... To get away from the people with no books The people with the books they started reading on the mountain but they couldn't see a thing because the sky went dark I don't know where the cloud cover came from I'm just sitting ...

Everybody Needs A Body (To Be Somebody) - The Burning Hell Play

... last Saturday night Coming back from a show or something like that And I looked up at the sky and it was dark and covered with clouds And I thought about how I needed to get some kind of job And I thought about how ...

The End Of All Light - Verse Play

... to please ourselves. We are the kings and servants all in one: Some more, some less. "No dawn will come tomorrow. Darkness for a decade. Hold the ones you love close. I can't say for sure when the sky will clear but ...

The Dark Side - Freternia Play

... treasure you seek, that only you can reach We get nearer but where are we really going? The emptiness covers my sight I can feel it the darkness slowly growing The prescence of evil around She's so beautiful her innocence and ...

The Colony Of Slippermen - Genesis Play

... tickle You'll be safe in our pickle" Suddenly, black cloud Come down from the sky Its a supersized black bird That sure can fly The raven brings on Darkness and night He flies right down Gives me one hell of ...

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Laughing With The Stars - Asylum Pyre

... space (And) into the past He: Lady Blue, oh, where are you? She: Million light years away He: Stop Dreaming, Come down to earth! Her nightgown is covered with many little stars slightly shining in the darkness. She slowly turns ...

Sventevith (Storming Near The Baltic) - Behemoth

... storms dwell Wind blows through the Baltic Instincts unleash the war inside And strike the sky with holocausthunder Mountains sleep, the forest Covers freezing land where I was born Now I walk among the castles Watch the streams of frozen tears Spilled ...

The Big Picture - Bright Eyes

... you are constantly surrounded by the swirling stream Of what is and what was. Well, we've all made out predictions but the truth still isn't out. So if you want to see the future, go stare into a cloud. And ...

Our Constellation Is No Longer Visible From This Car - Cold Front Attack

... We are swirving, we are turning Without the will to survive Another dark night The tires spinning through the rain Reminds me my hopes are rushing down the drain The radio is reporting a sighting of mars But the cloud cover ...

All The Stars Are Dead Now - Current 93

... mene tekel upharsin We have been weighed and lost We have been weighed and lost (I slept I dreamt I dreamed a dream: London bright fires smiling and burning Light roads road through the starlacked night Many dark suns are falling falling down London ...

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Mortal City - Dar Williams

... , the streets were dark tonight It was like another century With dim lamps and candles lighting up the icy trees and the clouds and a covered moon" She said, "What kind of people make a city Where you can't see the sky ...

The Hour-glass - William Butler Yeats

... how can you that live but where we go                                  In the uncertainty of dizzy dreams                                  Know why we doubt? Parting, sickness and death,                                  The rotting of the grass, tempest and drouth,                                  These are the messengers that came to me.                                  Why ...

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