And why should the left cavity of the heart
and the great artery be wider and larger than the right cavity and the arterial vein, were it not that the blood of the venous artery, having only been in the lungs after it has passed through the heart
, is thinner, and rarefies more readily, and in a higher degree, than the blood which proceeds immediately from the hollow vein?
Men are sometimes stabbed to the heart
, shot to the heart
; but as to speaking from the heart
, or to the heart
, or being warm- hearted
, or cold-hearted
, or broken-hearted
, or being all heart
, or having no heart
Yet Love is better than Life, and what is the heart
of a bird compared to the heart
of a man?
Your task has been too hard for you," said the Queen kindly, as she placed the drooping flower in the urn Eglantine had given, "you will see how this dew from a sweet, pure heart
will give new life and loveliness even to this poor faded one.
To me, however, did the heart
writhe with laughter, and was like to break; it knew not where to go, and sunk into the midriff.
When the spirit that answered your every mood Is gone wherever it goes--for good, You will discover how much you care, And will give your heart
to a dog to tear!
became hard toward her; his jealousy grew more furious.
So they came to Helios, who is watchman of both gods and men, and stood in front of his horses: and the bright goddess enquired of him: `Helios, do you at least regard me, goddess as I am, if ever by word or deed of mine I have cheered your heart
It showed Pearl in an unwonted aspect Heretofore, the mother, while loving her child with the intensity of a sole affection, had schooled herself to hope for little other return than the waywardness of an April breeze, which spends its time in airy sport, and has its gusts of inexplicable passion, and is petulant in its best of moods, and chills oftener than caresses you, when you take it to your bosom; in requital of which misdemeanours it will sometimes, of its own vague purpose, kiss your cheek with a kind of doubtful tenderness, and play gently with your hair, and then be gone about its other idle business, leaving a dreamy pleasure at your heart
Therefore, although he might find Rosa a pleasant companion for the dreary hours of his captivity, when it came to a question of bestowing his heart
it was almost certain that he would bestow it upon a tulip, -- that is to say, upon the proudest and noblest of flowers, rather than upon poor Rosa, the jailer's lowly child.
It was the heart
of a most respectable rich man, whose name is certain to be found in the Directory.
My passions, from that hapless hour, Usurp'd a tyranny which men Have deem'd, since I have reach'd to power; My innate nature - be it so: But, father, there liv'd one who, then, Then - in my boyhood - when their fire Burn'd with a still intenser glow,(For passion must, with youth, expire) E'en then who knew this iron heart
In woman's weakness had a part.