"I am a little world made cunningly" (University of Toronto).
Reclused at home, public at Golgotha; Sad and rejoiced shes seen at once, and seen.
Seest thou, my soul, with thy faith's eyes, how.
"As due by many titles I resign".
Now art thou summoned By sickness, death's herald, and champion; Thou art like a pilgrim, which abroad hath done Treason, and durst not turn to whence he is fled; Or like a thief, which till death's doom be read, Wisheth himself delivered from prison, But.This treasure then, in gross, my soul, uplay, And in my life retail it every day.How well the Church, Gods Court of Faculties, Deals, in sometimes, and seldom joining these.Now art thou summoned".May annuncio incontri cattivo gratuito then sins sleep, and deaths soon from me pass, That waked from both, I again risen may Salute the last, and everlasting day.I, like an usurpt town, to another due, Labour to admit you, but Oh, to no end, Reason your viceroy in me, me should defend, But is captiv'd, and proves weak or untrue.Temple With his kind mother, who partakes thy woe, Joseph turn back; see where your child doth sit, Blowing, donna cerca sesso frosinone yea blowing out those sparks of wit, Which himself on the Doctors did bestow; The Word but lately could not speake, and loe It suddenly speaks."Father, part of his double interest" Father, part of his double interest Unto thy kingdom, thy Son gives to me, His luogo d incontro sesso jointure in the knotty Trinity He keeps, and gives to me his death's conquest.And Jacob came clothed in vile harsh attire But to supplant, and with gainful intent: God clothed himself in vile man's flesh, that so He might be weak enough to suffer woe.Visit Anniina Jokinen's John Donne page.
What griefs my heart did rent!
All this, and all between, this day hath shown, Th' abridgement of Christ's story, which makes one.
30 His Spirit, as His fiery pillar, 4 doth Lead, and His Church, as cloud; to one end both.
His Spirit, as His fiery pillar, doth."At the round earth's imagined corners, blow" At the round earth's imagined corners, blow Your trumpets, Angels, and arise, arise From death, you numberless infinities Of souls, and to your scattered bodies go, All whom the flood did, and fire shall o'erthrow, All whom war."Why are we by all creatures waited on?" Why are we by all creatures waited on?All this, and all between, this day hath shown, Th abridgement of Christs story, which makes one 20, as in plain maps, the furthest west is east.Select SearchWorld FactbookRoget's Int'l ThesaurusBartlett's"tionsRespectfully"dFowler's King's EnglishStrunk's StyleMencken's LanguageCambridge HistoryThe King James BibleOxford ShakespeareGray's AnatomyFarmer's CookbookPost's EtiquetteBrewer's Phrase FableBulfinch's MythologyFrazer's Golden BoughAll VerseAnthologiesDickinson,.Eliot, ost,.Hopkins, ats, wrence, sters, ndburg, ssoon,.Whitman,.Wordsworth, ats, l NonfictionHarvard ClassicsAmerican EssaysEinstein's RelativityGrant, osevelt,.Wells's HistoryPresidential InauguralsAll.Because it strays not fardoth never stray, So God by His Church, nearest to him, we know, And stand firm, if we by her motion."Death be not proud, though some have called thee" Death be not proud, though some have called thee Mighty and dreadful, for thou art not so, For those whom thou think'st thou dost overthrow, Die not, poor death, nor yet canst thou kill.And as a robbed man, which by search doth find His stol'n stuff sold, must lose or buy 't again: The Son of glory came down, and was slain, Us whom he'd made, and Satan stol'n, to unbind.