A man who goes seeking should have some notion of what he goes out to seek
ONCE upon a time, two little Fairies went out into the world, to seek their fortune.
And when bird, bee, and blossom were strong and fair again, the gentle Fairy said farewell, and flew away to seek her friend, leaving behind many grateful hearts, who owed their joy and life to her.
So while the industrious bees were out among the flowers, he led the drones to the hive, and took possession of the honey, destroying and laying waste the home of the kind bees; then, fearing that in their grief and anger they might harm him, Thistle flew away to seek new friends.
To whom our Saviour calmly thus replied:-- "Thou neither dost persuade me to seek
wealth For empire's sake, nor empire to affect For glory's sake, by all thy argument.
He had not brought the skin, because he dared not wear it in the sight of the men of the kraal, lest they should know him for one of the Wolf-Brethren, and it had not been his plan to seek the mountain again that night, but rather on the morrow.
Then Umslopogaas spoke to Galazi, saying: "My brother, I will fight no more with the spear, but with the axe alone; it was to seek an axe that I ran to and fro like a coward.
I go to seek
our brother, and when I have found him I shall return hither.
Two kings' sons once upon a time went into the world to seek
their fortunes; but they soon fell into a wasteful foolish way of living, so that they could not return home again.
it with thimbles, to seek
it with care; To pursue it with forks and hope; To threaten its life with a railway-share; To charm it with smiles and soap!
or how deem thee wise, Who wouldst not leave him in his wandering To seek
for treasure in the jewelled skies Albeit he soared with an undaunted wing?
In the meanwhile, I was to seek
out a lawyer, who was an Appin Stewart, and a man therefore to be wholly trusted; and it should be his part to find a ship and to arrange for Alan's safe embarkation.