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Monologue For Watching It Rain In Dekalb - Gods Reflex

... right there with me. we're not afraid to not forget This time my djarm has gone too far and burned our fingertips. This time i'm reaching over my torn side She pieces me together Peacefully i watch as she passes to ...

Close to the Edge: The Solid Time of Change/Total Mass Retain/I Get Up - Yes

... nail Torn through the distance of man as they regard the summit Cold reigning king Shelter the women that sing As they produce the movement River running right on over my head Outboard, river Bluetail, tailfly Luther, in time Suntower ...

My Bondage and My Freedom (Chap. 16) - Frederick Douglass

... favorable and direct road, I must walk seven miles; and this, in my sad condition, was no easy performance. I had already lost much blood; I was exhausted by over exertion; my sides were sore from the heavy blows planted there by the ...

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My Bondage and My Freedom (Chap. 17) - Frederick Douglass

... all this talk about the root, was to me, very absurd and ridiculous, if not positively sinful. I at first rejected the idea that the simple carrying a root on my right side (a root, by the way, over which I walked every time ...

My Bondage and My Freedom (Chap. 19) - Frederick Douglass

... these borders. Then, too, we knew that merely reaching a free state did not free us; that, wherever caught, we could be returned to slavery. We could see no spot on this side the ocean, where we could be free. We ...

This Way for the Gas, Ladies and Gentlemen - Tadeusz Borowski

... glow; the shadows of the trees have become elongated, ghostlike. In the silence that settles over nature at this time of day, the human cries seem to rise all the way to the sky. Only ...

Taste The Change - Bleed The Dream

... Maybe you'll hear me as I call Maybe I need you (by my side) Torn apart every single day If only there's a way way way Maybe could turn back time And make everything right again If only I'd be given another chanceI ...

A Child's Christmas in Wales - Dylan Thomas

... mornings trod the piling streets: an old man always, fawn-bowlered, yellow-gloved and, at this time of year, with spats of snow, would take his constitutional to the white bowling green ...

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Jude the Obscure (Chap. 6.1) - Thomas Hardy

... Sue. How good of you to wait in the rain all this time?to gratify my infatuation! I'll never care any more about the infernal cursed place, upon my soul I won't! But what made you tremble so when we were ...

The Woodlanders (Chap. 47) - Thomas Hardy

... Grace first began, not any even approximated in intensity to this. ?Oh, my own?my darling! Oh, cruel Heaven?it is too much, this!? he cried, writhing and rocking himself over the sorry accessaries of her he deplored. The voice ...

Under the Greenwood Tree (Chap. 1.7) - Thomas Hardy

... ?so say I.? It happened that some warm mead accidentally got into Mr. Spinks?s head about this time. ?Dancing,? he said, ?is a most strengthening, livening, and courting movement, ?specially with a little beverage added! ...

Two Child One Drop - Matisyahu

... dead souls know I'm alive They want me to lie down by their side These are the demons that passed through my life That killed me over a thousand times I don't run I don't flee I don't fight I don't make fun but don't flex ...

The Mark of the Beast - Rudyard Kipling

... he felt hungry again. Strickland sent a man to my house to fetch over my bedding and a horse, and we three went down to Strickland's stables to pass the hours until it was time to go out for a ride. The man ...

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The Prelude (Book. 10) - William Wordsworth

... and obscure, And one, moreover, little graced with power Of eloquence even in my native speech, And all unfit for tumult or intrigue, Yet would I at this time with willing heart Have undertaken for a cause so great Service however dangerous ...

Paradise Lost, Book 2 - John Milton

... Thir soft Ethereal warmth, and there to pine Immovable, infixt, and frozen round, Periods of time, thence hurried back to fire. They ferry over this LETHEAN Sound Both to and fro, thir sorrow to augment, And wish and struggle, as ...

Chapter 6: Detroit Red - Malcolm X

... -year-old Negro. I felt, for the first time in my life, that great feeling of free! Suddenly, now, I was the peer of the other young hustlers I had admired. It was at this time that I discovered the movies. Sometimes I made as ...

Chapter 20: The Seventies: Under Control? - Howard Zinn

... behind the idea that American authority must be asserted everywhere in the world. Congress at this time behaved much as it had done in the early years of the Vietnam war, like a ...

Chapter 8: We Take Nothing by Conquest, Thank God - Howard Zinn

... recorded in his diary what he said to the cabinet meeting: I stated ... that up to this time, as we knew, we had heard of no open act of aggression by the Mexican ...

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Essays of Michel de Montaigne (Chap. 1.22) - Michel de Montaigne

... we see so many great nations, and so many understanding men, so strangely besotted; for this being beyond the reach of human reason, any error is more excusable in such as are not endued, through ...

A Letter From Dave (Saint Cecilia) - Foo Fighters

... that you?ll never get back again. Moments that happen once in a lifetime. By the time that weekend was over, we had recorded 5 songs in that tiny room. Weekend two was spent recording vocals and ...

Batman (1989) Final Draft - Batman

... when he sees the gun pointing at his belly. JACK YOU SET ME UP! (beat) Over a girl. You must be insane! Grissom surreptitiously reaches for a desk drawer. JACK Don't bother. GRISSOM Your life won't be worth spit. JACK I been ...

Last Words - Rick Rikard

... over my city When the night reaches dawn, criminals can't even see me I ain't a real G, just a gifted MC But on the real B, you can still see this shit is deep I'm stuck between left and right, death and life Every time ...

Nineteen Eighty-Four (Book 2, Chapter 9) - George Orwell

... remain on peaceful terms for so many years as to lull suspicion to sleep. During this time rockets loaded with atomic bombs can be assembled at all the strategic spots; finally they ...

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Warren's Song Pt. 28 - Bracket

... tired of living alone with my own fear I failed to make you smile this time I'm living in exile this time who are you gonna be this time you're saving me for the last time falling in and out of ...

Idylls of the King - Gareth and Lynette - Alfred Lord Tennyson

... Gareth beside her, but at once she rose. 'Meseems, that here is much discourtesy, Setting this knave, Lord Baron, at my side. Hear me?this morn I stood in Arthur's hall, And prayed the King would grant me Lancelot To fight ...

Idylls of the King - The Coming of Arthur - Alfred Lord Tennyson

... they die. Shall I not lift her from this land of beasts Up to my throne, and side by side with me? What happiness to reign a lonely king, Vext?O ye stars that shudder over me, O earth that soundest hollow under me ...

Moby-Dick (Chap. 134: The Chase -- Second Day) - Herman Melville

... he had reached his boat?a spare one, rigged the afternoon previous. "Mr. Starbuck, the ship is thine?keep away from the boats, but keep near them. Lower, all!" As if to strike a quick terror into them, by this time being ...

Moby-Dick (Chap. 52: The Albatross) - Herman Melville

... started, where those that we left behind secure, were all the time before us. Were this world an endless plain, and by sailing eastward we could for ever reach new distances, and discover sights more sweet and strange than any ...

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Moby-Dick (Chap. 71: Jeroboam's Story) - Herman Melville

... aside; then said to Mayhew, "Captain, I have just bethought me of my letter-bag; there is a letter for one of thy officers, if I mistake not. Starbuck, look over the bag." Every whale-ship takes out a goodly number of letters for ...

Typee (Chap. 32) - Herman Melville

... occasion did not show his usual commiseration for my lameness, but seemed only anxious to hurry me on, walked away from the place. As I passed through the noisy throng, which by this time completely environed the Ti, I looked with fearful ...

Typee (Chap. 6) - Herman Melville

... us as we advanced, and prevented the circulation of little air which might otherwise have reached us. Besides this, their great height completely shut us out from the view of surrounding objects, and we ...

For Esmé - with Love and Squalor - J.D. Salinger

... says my letters are a helluva lot more intelligent since we been goin' around together." X looked up and over at him, and said, with great effort, "Thanks. Tell her thanks for me." "I will. G'night!" The door slammed shut, this time for ...

Cut Glass Bowl - F. Scott Fitzgerald

... a tooth-brush holder among other shabby genteels on the bathroom shelf. But by the time all this had happened the cut-glass age was over, anyway. It was well past its first glory on the day the curious Mrs. Roger ...

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The Great Gatsby (Chapter VII) - F. Scott Fitzgerald

... . ?I got to West Egg by a side road,? he went on, ?and left the car in my garage. I don?t think anybody saw us, but of course I can?t be sure.? I disliked him so much by this time that I didn?t find it necessary ...

The Great Gatsby (Chapter VII - zapFV) - F. Scott Fitzgerald

... . ?I got to West Egg by a side road,? he went on, ?and left the car in my garage. I don?t think anybody saw us, but of course I can?t be sure.? I disliked him so much by this time that I didn?t find it necessary ...

The History of the Peloponnesian War (Chap. 4.1) - Thucydides

... mainland, and after questions had been carried backwards and forwards two or three times, the last man that passed over from the Lacedaemonians on the continent brought this message: "The Lacedaemonians bid you to decide for yourselves so long as ...

What We Talk About When We Talk About Love - Raymond Carver

... ,? Mel said. ?He?s dead.? Mel handed me the saucer of limes. I took a section, squeezed it over my drink, and stirred the ice cubes with my fingers. ?It gets worse,? Terri said. ?He shot himself in the mouth. But he bungles ...

Red Wind - Chapter 2 - Raymond Chandler

... ," she said breathlessly, "but take me out of this hall." We were almost at my door. I jammed the key in and shook the lock around and heaved the door inward. I reached in far enough to switch lights on. She went ...

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A Tale of a Tub (Chap. 1) - Jonathan Swift

... admirable invention has not been better cultivated, so as to grow by this time into general imitation, when such an authority serves it for a precedent. Nor have my endeavours been wanting to second so useful an example, but it seems ...

The Lady of the Lake - Canto IV - Sir Walter Scott

... the future world. Yet, witness every quaking limb, My sunken pulse, mine eyeballs dim, My soul with harrowing anguish torn, This for my Chieftain have I borne!-- The shapes that sought my fearful couch A human tongue may ne'er avouch; No ...

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