Blind covetousness, that casts its spell upon you, Has made you like unto the little child, Who dies of hunger and drives off the nurse.
I cannot all of them pourtray in full, Because so drives me onward the long theme, That many times the word comes short of fact.
There the embankment shoots forth flames of fire, And upward doth the cornice breathe a blast That drives them back, and from itself sequesters.
Poetry alone, with the first throb of its metre, can tell us whether the depression is the kind of depression that drives a man to suicide, or the kind of depression that drives him to the Tivoli.
It is usually some dishonor that drives them out of their own worlds; it may be so with him.
If we should hear it reported of an Eastern nation that they habitually drink a liquor which flies to their head, drives them mad, and makes them very sick, we should say they are barbarians.
The strange restlessness that has lain upon her all day is asserting itself with cruel vigor, and drives her forth into the shadows of the coming night.
Breaking off a tiny blade of grass from the bank near her, she puts it between her pretty teeth, and slowly nibbles it with an air of utter indifference to all the world that drives Mr. Desmond nearly out of his wits.
Walks and drives and staying at home were all one except, indeed, that she rather liked best the latter.
Ellen liked it, because it was so pleasant to him; and besides, there was a variety about it, and thedrives were always her delight, and she chose his company at any time rather than that of her aunt and grandmother.
It smoothes his sorrows, heals his wounds, And drivesaway his fear.
And don't let her come near me, for she drivesme mad.
She talks to me, and talks to me, in a way that almost drives me out of my wits; and to-day she even struck me!
But he did not feel within him the strong certainty that he would be able to take his life in hand and transform it, which drives doubt and sorrow out of a man.
Next day the papers headlined Gregory Wenner: "Loss of a building drives to suicide.
It drivesthe "messengers" over the sky, and the sails of the windmill, and makes the dead leaves dance upon the graves.
They call oonts MOLES in some parts, so p'r'aps they calls a man as catches moles a molar, as they calls a man as drives a mill a miller.
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