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Nor are thy lips ungraceful , Sire of men, Nor tongue ineloquent; for God on thee Abundantly his gifts hath also pour'd [ ] Inward and outward both, his image faire: When suddenly stood at my Head a dream , Whose inward apparition gently mov'd My Fancy to believe I yet had being, And livd: Fast we found, fast shut [ ] The dismal Gates, and barricado'd strong; But long ere our approaching heard within Noise, other then the sound of Dance or Song, Torment, and loud lament, and furious rage. Speaking or mute all comliness and grace Attends thee, and each word, each motion formes. For Man to tell how human Life began [ ] Is hard; for who himself beginning knew? What call'st thou solitude, is not the Earth With various living creatures, and the Aire [ ] Replenisht, and all these at thy command To come and play before thee ; know'st thou not Thir language and thir wayes? 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  • Goltira
    08.04.2018 at 19:18
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    A nice and suttle happiness I see Thou to thyself proposest, in the choice [ ] Of thy Associates, Adam, and wilt taste No pleasure, though in pleasure , solitarie.

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  • Nilkis
    16.04.2018 at 21:32
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    No need that thou Shouldst propagat, already infinite; [ ]. But this I urge, Admitting Motion in the Heav'ns, to shew [ ] Invalid that which thee to doubt it mov'd; Not that I so affirm, though so it seem To thee who hast thy dwelling here on Earth.

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  • Yozshuramar
    23.04.2018 at 18:32
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    So spake our Sire, and by his count'nance seemd Entring on studious thoughts abstruse, which Eve [ 40 ] Perceaving where she sat retir'd in sight, With lowliness Majestic from her seat, And Grace that won who saw to wish her stay, Rose, and went forth among her Fruits and Flours, To visit how they prosper'd, bud and bloom, [ 45 ] Her Nurserie; they at her coming sprung And toucht by her fair tendance gladlier grew. Here had new begun My wandring, had not hee who was my Guide Up hither, from among the Trees appeer'd, Presence Divine.

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