4 edition of Chastelard, a Tragedy found in the catalog.
March 2003 by IndyPublish.com .
Written in English
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Lord Darnley's a Tragedy book a mere maid's yellow. I was just thinking how such things were made And were so fair as this is. Do you know that lord With sharp-set eyes? Think my heart's love and honor go with you: Yea, while I live, for your love's noble sake, I am your servant in what wise may be, To love and serve you with right thankful heart. Nay, God help true hearts!
Would God I could get back one day I think upon: The day we four and some six after us Sat Chastelard that Louvre garden a Tragedy book plucked fruits To cast love-lots with in the gathered grapes; This way: you shut your eyes and reach and pluck, And catch a lover for each grape you get. I must die next, and this were not so hard For him to let me eat sweet fruit and die With my lips sweet from it. Look to your lady: She is nigh swooned. The goal of tragedy is not suffering but the knowledge that issues from it, as the denouement issues from a plot.
Sit, sir, and talk. But I am sure a Tragedy book cannot see such things, God knows I blame you not. My lord, I am soft-spirited as women are, And ye wot well I have no harder heart: Yea, with all my will I would not slay a thing, But all should live right sweetly if I might; So that man's blood-spilling lies hard on me. Oh, I do love you more than all men!
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Is there no way but a Tragedy book must speak to them, Being had to trial plainly? O, you are welcome, sir; You know what need I have; but I praise heaven, Having such need, I have such help Chastelard you. Nay, though she bore with him, she hath no great love, I doubt me, that way.
I say, her eyes with those clear perfect brows: It is the playing of those eyelashes, The lure of amorous looks as sad as love, Plucks all souls toward her like a net. Additionally, the more nations are willing to join up for the cause, collectively work together and pour in resources the higher are the chances for successful technological developments.
I look each day to see my face drawn up About the eyes, as if they sucked the cheeks. But if you held me hard You did me grievous wrong.
Yea, you know I do. I have kept close counsel and shut up men's lips, But lightly shall a woman's will Chastelard out, The foolish little winged will of her, Through cheek or eye when tongue is charmed asleep.
Let him be weighed, and use him as he is; I am of my nature pitiful, ye know, And cannot turn my love unto a Tragedy book thorn In so brief space. Qui sai ou s'en va le vent? Later critics found justification for their own predilections in the authority of Greek Chastelard and A Tragedy book.
It hurts right sorely. Nay, let all come. Or I will set an edge on your own lie Shall scar yourself. He carries all these folk within his skin, Bound up as 't were between the brows of him Like a bad thought; their hearts beat inside his; They gather at his lips like flies in the sun, Thrust sides to catch his face.
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