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For persons are love's world, and the coldest philosopher cannot recount the debt of the young soul wandering here in nature to the power of love, without being tempted to unsay, as treasonable to nature, aught derogatory to the social instincts.
Every bird on the boughs of the tree sings now to his heart and soul.
And you think that regardless of their physical appearance the fact that they were without souls would have been apparent?
I am just curious as to how souls make themselves apparent.
When Tom stood face to face with his persecutor, and heard his threats, and thought in his very soul that his hour was come, his heart swelled bravely in him, and he thought he could bear torture and fire, bear anything, with the vision of Jesus and heaven but just a step beyond; but, when he was gone, and the present excitement passed off, came back the pain of his bruised and weary limbs,--came back the sense of his utterly degraded, hopeless, forlorn estate; and the day passed wearily enough.
Music herself, the analysis of the musical soul, in the characteristic episodes of its development is a wholly new range of poetic subject in which Mr.
Never has more feeling and more tenderness been expressed in a farewell, for is it not fraught with the life and soul of one who can never hope again, and must be henceforth as one dead?
Then let us finally determine that there are two principles existing in the soul.
Thus do I speak unto you in parable, ye who make the soul giddy, ye preachers of EQUALITY
The woman who sat in front of me was the woman whom I had met so strangely that day on that solitary moorland, and whom in prophecy still more strange my soul had declared to be, "now and for ever and before all worlds the woman God had created for me, and that unless I could be hers and she mine, there could be no home, no peace, for either of us so long as we lived--" and now so strangely met again.
But the raven, sitting lonely on the placid bust, spoke only That one word, as if his soul in that one word he did outpour.
My seat was on thorns, and my soul was on fire to speak but I held my tongue, and let Papa go on.