1-5) I prithee
, clear-voiced Muse, daughter of mighty Zeus, sing of the mother of all gods and men.
, without troubling me with any of your impertinence, do tell me what I can have for supper; for, though I cannot eat horse-flesh, I am really hungry.
, my good friend, said I, do write a preface for me; for here I have been hammering my pericranium and biting my nails these two hours, without being able to beat out a single sentence, either introductory or prefatory.
She utilizes a Machiavellian rhetoric when addressing him, even when merely whispering "I prithee
now, my son: go to them, be with them, say to them.
They appeal to the heart with the tender courtesy of King Lear's self-address, "Break, heart, I prithee
, thou Staff for a which the or not question.
Sep 23-Oct 23 LIBRA AS Shakespeare once said:"Take my gold and my silken doublet, but prithee
don't touch the face, my beautiful face.
Therefore in my presence still smile dear my sweet I prithee
I thought heatwave was one of those words no longer used in the English language, like forsooth, prithee
, and Arsenal trophy room, but that's exactly what the Met Office are forecasting Ladbrokes have slashed the odds for the July record of 36.
, let us sit upon the ground and tell sad stories of the death of kings.
These may be of a general nature, such as mayhap or prithee
Please, I prithee
, telly, keep your blundering clumsy hands off these songs.