IN youth I have known one with whom the Earth In secret communing held-as he with it, In daylight, and in beauty, from his birth: Whose fervid
, flickering torch of life was lit From the sun and stars, whence he had drawn forth A passionate light such for his spirit was fit And yet that spirit knew-not in the hour Of its own fervor-what had o'er it power.
Thus had I sunken one day From mine own truth-insanity, From mine own fervid
day-longings, Of day aweary, sick of sunshine, --Sunk downwards, evenwards, shadowwards: By one sole trueness All scorched and thirsty: --Bethinkst thou still, bethinkst thou, burning heart, How then thou thirstedest?- THAT I SHOULD BANNED BE FROM ALL THE TRUENESS!
It may be that among them a more fervid
Keats, a more ethereal Shelley, has already published numbers the world will willingly remember.
Arnold repeated his answer to Sir Patrick, with fervid
embellishments of the original language, suitable to the emergency.
Nevertheless, like all fervid
writing, the task was done in less time than usual, and if the spelling differed from Mrs.
Women would have loved him, and would have told him so in the overt and fervid
manner usual in affairs of the heart in the shadowy depths of the forest of the Gold Coast.
When she made remarks to this edifying effect, she had a firm little frown on her brow, which yet did not hinder her face from looking benevolent, and her words which came forth like a procession were uttered in a fervid
Fortunately, both Julia and her mother were too much engaged to perceive the tears that rolled down the cheeks of the poor stranger, as she read the honest declaration of a fervid
and manly love, nor did either detect the manner in which the letter was pressed to Mademoiselle Hennequin's heart, when she had done reading it the second time.
It was the report of a trial for breach of promise of marriage, giving the testimony in full, with fervid
extracts from both the gentleman's and lady's amatory correspondence.
Satisfied that he was right in his original conjecture, he applied himself to calming the fears of Smike, which, after some time, he partially succeeded in doing, though not in removing the impression upon his mind; for he still declared, again and again, in the most solemn and fervid
manner, that he had positively seen what he had described, and that nothing could ever remove his conviction of its reality.
Has a girl of fourteen a heart large enough, vigorous enough, to hold the swelling spring of pure, full, fervid
The girl's fervid
temp erament intensified the essentially feminine pleasure that most women feel in the passage of the comb through their hair, to a luxury of sensation which absorbed her in enjoyment, so serenely self-demonstrative, so drowsily deep that it did irresistibly suggest a pet cat's enjoyment under a caressing hand.