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answer answer'd Art thou Arthur beast beauty belike bind blood bower Brittany broken brother brought child churl cried crown Dagonet dame damsel Danced dark dead death deep desire doors Drawn ears ev'n eyes face fear feet field fire flower foot gave glory half hall hand harp hast hate Hath head hear heard heart heaven Hell honor hour hundred Innocence Isolt jewels jousts King knew knights Lancelot leaf less light little Dagonet Look lord Lyonesse maiden Mark memories moved neck North once past Queen realm rode round ruby Save saying sent shore Sir Fool Sir Lancelot skip soul spake star stood sware sweet swine Table thee thine thou thro till TOURNAMENT tower Tristram turn'd vows wind wine woods
第20页 - Free love — free field — we love but while we may : The woods are hush'd, their music is no more : The leaf is dead, the yearning past away : New leaf, new life — the days of frost are o'er : New life, new love to suit the newer day : New loves are sweet as those that went before : Free love, — free field — we love but while we may.
第47页 - He rose, he turn'd, and flinging round her neck, Claspt it; but while he bow'd himself to lay Warm kisses in the hollow of her throat, Out of the dark, just as the lips had touch 'd, Behind him rose a shadow and a shriek — "Mark's way," said Mark, and clove him thro
第31页 - Fall, as the crest of some slow-arching wave Heard in dead night along that tableshore Drops flat, and after the great waters break Whitening for half a league, and thin themselves Far over sands marbled with moon and cloud, From less and less to nothing...
第47页 - Ay, ay, O ay — the winds that bend the brier! A star in heaven, a star within the mere! Ay, ay, O ay — a star was my desire, And one was far apart, and one was near: Ay, ay, O ay — the winds that bow the grass! And one was water and one star was fire, And one will ever shine and one will pass. Ay, ay, O ay — the winds that move the mere.
第22页 - I'll hold thou hast some touch Of music, since I care not for thy pearls. Swine? I have wallow'd, I have wash'd — the world Is flesh and shadow — I have had my day. The dirty nurse, Experience, in her kind Hath foul'd me — an I wallow'd, then I wash'd — I have had my day and my philosophies — And thank the Lord I am King Arthur's fool.
第45页 - The wide world laughs at it . And worldling of the world am I, and know The ptarmigan that whitens ere his hour Woos his own end ; we are not angels here Nor shall be : vows — I am woodman of the woods, And hear the garnet-headed yaffingale Mock them : my soul, we love but while we may ; And therefore is my love so large for thee, Seeing it is not bounded save by love.