Thelma, a Norwegian Princess: A Novel

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R. Bentley, 1896 - 524 lappuses
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491. lappuse - I have led her home, my love, my only friend. There is none like her, none. And never yet so warmly ran my blood And sweetly, on and on Calming itself to the long-wish'd-for end, Full to the banks, close on the promised good. None like her, none. Just now the dry-tongued laurels...
342. lappuse - CEdip. What mean these exclamations on my name ? I thank the gods, no secret thoughts reproach me : No : I dare challenge heaven to turn me outward, And shake my soul quite empty in your sight. Then wonder not that I can bear unmoved These fixed regards, and silent threats of eyes. A generous fierceness dwells with innocence ; And conscious virtue is allowed some pride.
90. lappuse - God3, and cannot rest but in God, above all created things. A lover flieth, runneth, and rejoiceth ; he is free, and is not holden. He giveth all for all, and hath all in all ; because he resteth in One Highest above all things, from whom all...
445. lappuse - They have the night, who had like us the day ; We, whom day binds, shall have the night as they. We, from the fetters of the light unbound, Healed of our wound of living, shall sleep sound.
270. lappuse - Such people there are living and flourishing in the world — Faithless, Hopeless, Charityless ; let us have at them, dear friends, with might and main. Some there are, and very successful too, mere quacks and fools : and it was to combat and expose such as those, no doubt, that Laughter was made.
153. lappuse - LOVE ! O Love ! O Gateway of Delight ! ^^^ Thou porch of peace, thou pageant of the prime Of all God's creatures ! I am here to climb Thine upward steps, and daily and by night To gaze beyond them, and to search aright The far-off splendour of thy track sublime.
168. lappuse - Ah me ! with what proud growth Shall that hour's thirsting race be run; While, for each several sweetness still begun Afresh, endures love's endless drouth: Sweet hands, sweet hair, sweet cheeks, sweet eyes, sweet mouth, Each singly wooed and won.
2. lappuse - The whole scene might well have been the fantastic dream oi some imaginative painter, whose ambition soared beyond the limits of human skill. Yet it was only one of those million wonderful effects of sky and sea which are common in Norway, especially on the Altenfjord, where, though beyond the Arctic circle, the climate in summer is that of another Italy, and the landscape a living poem fairer than the visions of Endymion.
1. lappuse - SWINBURNE. , — without darkness, without stars! Midnight,— and the unwearied sun stood, yet visible in the heavens, like a victorious king throned on a dais of royal purple bordered with gold. The sky above him, — his canopy, — gleamed with a cold yet lustrous blue, while across it slowly flitted a few wandering clouds of palest amber, deepening, as they sailed along, to a. tawny orange. A broad stream of light falling, as it were, from the centre of the magnificent orb, shot lengthwise across...
414. lappuse - I riot and laugh. I laugh like the cruel and turbulent wave; I laugh at the church, and I laugh at the grave. I laugh at joy, and well I know That I merrily, merrily laugh at woe! I terribly laugh, with an oath and a sneer, When I think that the hour...

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