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Known commonly as the jackass, this long-eared little creature is respected throughout the southwest--roundly cursed yet respected ...
With this Ring I thee wed, with my body I thee worship, and with all my worldly goods I thee endow.
But when my seven long years are out,
O, then I'll marry Sally;
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The land of shadows wilt thou trace
And look nor know each other's face
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To these, whom Death again did wed,
This grave's the second Marriage-bed.
May I not wed
as you have wed?
may it not break, beauty,
from out my hands, my head, my feet?
Most of the folktales dealing with the Indians are lurid and romantic. The story of the Indian lovers who were refused permission ...
Twilight combined with the scenery of Egdon Heath to evolve a thing majestic without severity, impressive without showiness, empha ...
Whoever, fleeing marriage and the sorrows that women cause, does not wish to wed comes to a deadly old age.
"Oh who are these that kiss and pass?
A country lover and his lass;
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