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"Babylon," exclaimed Rolf, who had to look down again and again at this net of shimmering strings of beads, this skein of light, t ...
but as an Eagle
His cloudless thunderbolted on thir heads.
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O animal excellence,
Take pterodactyl flight
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No word is oftener on the lips of men than Friendship, and indeed no thought is more familiar to their aspirations. All men are dr ...
Soon after John's death I listened to a music-box, and if, at any time, that event had seemed inconsistent with the beauty and har ...
We feel at first as if some opportunities of kindness and sympathy were lost, but learn afterward that any pure grief is ample rec ...
Shams and delusions are esteemed for soundest truths, while reality is fabulous. If men would steadily observe realities only, and ...
The foreigner coming to these shores is more impressed at first by our sky-scrapers. They are new to him. He has not done anything ...
The foot of the heavenly ladder, which we have got to mount in order to reach the higher regions, has to be fixed firmly in every- ...
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