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SHE DIES INSIDE - Wilting Rose Play

... behind the wall she's built she's withering away inside she's bruised and she's battered from all the cheating and the lies she lives this thin disguise She's lost behind that smile and she shies from every touch she could never ...

Wilted - Sevin

... shame One hundred need change No more evil games I don't want to die in hell and fry in flames [Chorus: Sevin] Life is like a bed of wilted roses With no petals on the vine And the heart's an open wound ...

Castrum:Weeping Inside Plagued Mirrors - Castrum (HR)

... feel Benighted shadows - bemoan wolves It seems they wilt For something that once we have lost "HER INNOCENCE"... dark is my will... She will always be Within my plagued eyes Inside elysian waived weeping sky Ghosts and wraiths moan Serenade ...

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The Innocents Abroad (Chap. 44) - Mark Twain

... the dry bones of a thousand empires, and will see the tombs of a thousand more before she dies. Though another claims the name, old Damascus is by right the Eternal City.         We reached ...

Arabian Nights,Vol. 1 (Chap. 7.3) - Richard F. Burton

... ceased not to weep and say, 'By Allah! I shall cry for her till I die.' Nor did she give over mourning till her heart broke and she died; and things fell out after that fashion. See then, O my son, what hath ...

Arabian Nights,Vol. 2 (Chap. 2.2) - Richard F. Burton

... him; haply Allah may unite me with him:" and quoth he, "Do even as thou wilt." So she rejoiced and, taking with her a thousand diners in gold, went out and visited the elders ...

Arabian Nights, Vol. 8 (Chap. 4) - Richard F. Burton

... that self-same night * (Best of my nights!) in          gladdest glee; And when the morning rose, she rose * And crescent like her          visnomy: Then swayed her supple form as sway * The lances lopt ...

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

... me!" Rejoined the gardener, "O my lady, I will go and fetch it to thee." "As thou wilt," said she: and he, "Give me a token." So she gave him a kerchief and he fared forth in haste and returned after awhile, bearing a green ...

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Crimson II - Edge Of Sanity Play

... poisonous flower The blade of darkness strikes her to the hilt And so the flower inside begins to wilt But time is short for action to be taken No chance to dwell on pity ...

Essays of Michel de Montaigne (Chap. 3.6) - Michel de Montaigne

... thy subjects shall look upon thee as their cash-keeper and not as their king? Wilt thou tamper with them to win their affections? Do it, then, by the benefits of ...

Atomic Forms And Their Combinations - Lucretius

... that throng, flitting from tree to tree, Through trackless woods?Go, take which one thou wilt, In any kind: thou wilt discover still Each from the other still unlike in shape. Nor in no other wise ...

Any Wife To Any Husband - Robert Browning

... , Because our inmost beings met and mixed, Because thou once hast loved me---wilt thou dare Say to thy soul and Who may list beside, ``Therefore she is immortally my bride; ``Chance cannot change my love, nor time impair. X. ``So ...

Christmas-Eve - Robert Browning

... , Reaching in rare and rarer frequence, Till the heaven of heavens be circumflext, Another rainbow rose, a mightier, Fainter, flushier, and flightier,? Rapture dying along its verge! Oh, whose foot shall I see emerge, WHOSE, from the straining topmost dark, ...

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Easter-Day - Robert Browning

... , (sickening even while I spoke ?Let me alone! No answer, pray, ?To this! I know what Thou wilt say ?All still is earth?s,?to Know, as much ?As Feel its truths, which if ...

Excerpt from “The Bear” - William Faulkner

... lines, and closed the book and put it on the table beside him. ?She cannot fade, though thou hast not thy bliss, forever wilt thou love, and she be fair,?12 he said. ?He?s talking about a girl,? the boy said ...

Therapy - Matt Andujo

... round the way, I want to be where she lays But see babe This music?s to me all that matters still I?m picking venues no time for pickin them daffodils Roses that I sent you wilted over with time I hope you understand I love ...

The Adventures of Tom Sawyer (Chap. 3) - Mark Twain

... himself upon his back, with his hands clasped upon his breast and holding his poor wilted flower. And thus he would die?out in the cold world, with no shelter over his homeless head, no friendly hand ...

Arabian Nights,Vol. 1 (Chap. 4.5) - Richard F. Burton

... and fetching a copy of the Holy Book presented it to me saying "Swear hereon thou wilt never look at any other than myself nor incline thy body or thy heart to ...

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Arabian Nights,Vol. 1 (Chap. 5) - Richard F. Burton

... her these last five days and we lamented her in the deepest sorrow for that she was unjustly done to die. This came from the gratuitous lying of the slave, the blackamoor, and this was the ...

Arabian Nights,Vol. 1 (Chap. 7.1) - Richard F. Burton

... for another month, when he came back and said to me, "Where be the dirhams?" I rose and saluting him asked, "Wilt thou not eat some thing in my house?" But he again refused adding, "Get me ...

Arabian Nights,Vol. 2 (Chap. 1) - Richard F. Burton

... was the matter, and his wife said to him, "Swear that whatso I tell thee thou wilt attend to it." "I will," answered he. So she related to him what his son had done, whereat he was much concerned and rent ...

Arabian Nights, Vol. 6 (Chap. 1.6) - Richard F. Burton

... I speak give me somewhat to eat, for I am starving, and after ask me what thou wilt." So he hastened to fetch me food and I ate my fill, till I was refreshed and ...

Arabian Nights, Vol. 7 (Chap. 15.1) - Richard F. Burton

... and go with thee half a score journeys a day he will ruin thy health and thou wilt die." So, when the water-carrier's wife came to bring him his fodder, he butted her ...

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Arabian Nights, Vol. 8 (Chap. 2) - Richard F. Burton

... he said, "I fear, O my sister, if I tell thee, that thou wilt not aid me to win my wish but wilt leave me to die wretchedly in mine anguish." She replied, "No, by Allah, O my brother, I will not abandon thee, though ...

Chapter 10 - Tale of the Three Apples - Richard F. Burton

... her these last five days and we lamented her in the deepest sorrow for that she was unjustly done to die. This came from the gratuitous lying of the slave, the blackamoor, and this was the ...

Chapter 3 - The Fisherman and the Jinni - Richard F. Burton

... the dry land?" Replied the Ifrit, "Ask of me only what mode of death thou wilt die, and by what manner of slaughter shall I slay thee." Rejoined the fisherman, "What is my ...

Sophocles's “Oedipus The King (Full Text)” - Mr. Cora

... as my poor memory serves, I will relate the unhappy lady's woe. When in her frenzy she had passed inside The vestibule, she hurried straight to win The bridal-chamber, clutching at her hair With both her hands, ...

Sophocles's “Oedipus The King (Full Text)-1H-Period 1 - Mr. Cora

... as my poor memory serves, I will relate the unhappy lady's woe. When in her frenzy she had passed inside The vestibule, she hurried straight to win The bridal-chamber, clutching at her hair With both her hands, ...

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Sophocles's “Oedipus The King (Full Text) 1H - Period 8 - Mr. Cora

... as my poor memory serves, I will relate the unhappy lady's woe. When in her frenzy she had passed inside The vestibule, she hurried straight to win The bridal-chamber, clutching at her hair With both her hands, ...

Sophocles's “Oedipus The King (Full Text)” (3) - Mr. Cora

... as my poor memory serves, I will relate the unhappy lady's woe. When in her frenzy she had passed inside The vestibule, she hurried straight to win The bridal-chamber, clutching at her hair With both her hands, ...

Sophocles's “Oedipus The King (Full Text)” (4) - Mr. Cora

... as my poor memory serves, I will relate the unhappy lady's woe. When in her frenzy she had passed inside The vestibule, she hurried straight to win The bridal-chamber, clutching at her hair With both her hands, ...

Sophocles's “Oedipus The King (Full Text)” (5) - Mr. Cora

... as my poor memory serves, I will relate the unhappy lady's woe. When in her frenzy she had passed inside The vestibule, she hurried straight to win The bridal-chamber, clutching at her hair With both her hands, ...

Burnt Njal (chap. 149-154) - Icelandic Saga

... kinsmen shall share our goods between us." "It is likelier, mistress," said he, "that thou wilt have to look out for something else than this if thou hast a mind to part ...

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Burnt Njal --- (chap. 34-38) - Icelandic Saga

... thou take me in then?" says he. "I will give thee thy choice of that," says she. "If thou wilt do all the work that I set before thee, and that though I wish to send thee ...

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