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Porcelain - The Year Of Our Lord Play

... in hellenistic severance. Devotions design fosters rabid consequence. A xerox of the years gone by. And notes from centuries past. Scrape the serum from my tongue, a crime, in the name of all. Warm your hand on what runs from my veins ...

The Kasîdah - Note 1 - Richard F. Burton

... and miserable. The highest organisms, the fine porcelain of our family, enjoy the most and suffer the most: they have a capacity for rising to the empyrean of pleasure and for plunging deep into the swift-flowing river of woe and ...

Stewed Rabo - Meyhem Lauren

... different animals are eaten on a daily basis Still make our way through staircases and basements Old hookers with knee braces That need knee replacements From all the years of pounding on the pavement [Verse 2: A.G. Da Coroner] Most these rappers got ...

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Manners (Essay) - Ralph Waldo Emerson

... assembly once dispersed, its members will not in the year meet again. Each returns to his degree in the scale of good society, porcelain remains porcelain, and earthen earthen. The objects of fashion may be frivolous, or fashion may be ...

Life On The Mississippi (Chap. 38) - Mark Twain

... yarns, sometimes in faded grasses: progenitor of the 'God Bless Our Home' of modern commerce. Framed in black moldings on the wall, other works of arts, conceived and committed on the premises, by the young ladies; being grim black-and ...

Combray [Chapter 2] - Marcel Proust

... , blending all the fruits of the season which have left the orchard for the store-room, smells changing with the year, but plenishing, domestic smells, which compensate for the sharpness of hoar frost with the sweet savour of warm bread ...

Arabian Nights, Vol. 4 (Chap. 2) - Richard F. Burton

... and I come forth and say, 'I am Ala al-Din, son of Shams al-Din the merchant', none of the people will believe me, but men of years and standing will say, 'In our lives never saw we a son or a daughter ...

Arabian Nights, Vol. 9 (Chap. 9) - Richard F. Burton

... a single syllable. So all that thou seest in my house, bearing the name of thy grandfather Al-Mutawakkil, is of his bounty to us, and the fount of our fortune is from thy noble sources;[FN#374] for indeed ye ...

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The Sieve and the Sand - Ray Bradbury

... . Four, five hundred dollars. Why?" "Bring it. I know a man who printed our college paper half a century ago. That was the year I came to class at the start of the new semester and found only one student to sign up for ...

“Revolt of Mother” - Mary E. Wilkins

... put it in here," returned one of the haymakers, wonderingly. He was a young man, a neighbor's son, whom Adoniram hired by the year to help on the farm. "Don't you put the hay in the new barn; there's room enough in ...

Casa Guidi Windows 2 - Elizabeth Barrett Browning

... ?Methinks you will not match this steel of ours!?? ?Nor you this porcelain! One might dream the clay         Retained in it the larvæ of the flowers, They bud so, round the cup, the old Spring-way.??         ?Nor you these ...

Slaughterhouse-Five (Chapter 1) - Kurt Vonnegut

... our baby fat. Those were our scrawny years. We had a lot of scrawny veterans and their scrawny wives for friends. The nicest veterans in Schenectady, I thought, the kindest and funniest ones, the ones who hated war the most, were the ...

Socialism: Utopian and Scientific (Chap. 3) - Friedrich Engels

... at the same time, by the disbanding of the retainers of the feudal lords, the eviction of the peasants from their homesteads, etc. The separation was made complete between the means of production concentrated in the hands of the capitalists ...

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Arabian Nights, Vol. 4 (Chap. 17) - Richard F. Burton

... am I Caliph and King of the Kings of the earth and cannot find so small a matter as a jewel? Woe to you! Ask of the merchants." So they enquired of the traders, who replied, "Our lord the Caliph will not find ...

Arabian Nights, Vol. 8 (Chap. 5) - Richard F. Burton

... a place wherein thou mayst dwell." Nur al-Din asked, "O my lord the Shaykh, let me know more of thee"; and the other answered, "Know, O my son, that some years ago I went to Cairo with merchandise, which I sold there and bought ...

Burning Bright - Ray Bradbury

... nodded. Granger went on. "You might as well know all of us, now. This is Fred Clement, former occupant of the Thomas Hardy chair at Cambridge in the years before it became an Atomic Engineering School. This other is Dr ...

Babbitt (Chapter 1) - Sinclair Lewis

... all houses on Floral Heights, an altogether royal bathroom of porcelain and glazed tile and metal sleek as silver. The towel-rack was a rod of clear glass set in nickel. The tub was long enough for a Prussian Guard, and above ...

Chapter 1 - Sinclair Lewis

... all houses on Floral Heights, an altogether royal bathroom of porcelain and glazed tile and metal sleek as silver. The towel-rack was a rod of clear glass set in nickel. The tub was long enough for a Prussian Guard, and above ...