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The Suffering of Being Kafka

By: Sam Vaknin

...sun diffracted from the green-hued sculpture in the garden. A smile budded in my grandma's honeyed eyes and spread into my grandfather's deep blue ... ...h still hasn't returned and she was out there, with Janusz. "I have cookies in sugar or in honey" – my grandma chuntered and motioned to the kitche... ...sitatingly. Five minutes later, she vanishes under a pack of males, tree branch obscured by bee hives. Only her toes are visible, bouncing, contract... ...er sister died in youth but even had she lived she wouldn't have qualified to supervise the brood due to her gender. It was my father's role to over... ...ghts later, we decided to return. My imminent incarceration loomed and Nomi was atypically broody. I tried to comfort her, thinking what a consummat... ...girls. These may be the "escorts". He confesses to wedding three of them and to fathering a brood. I notice a sad-eyed kid, sprawled on a sofa, gapi...

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Sappho's Journal

By: Paul Alexander Bartlett

... BARTLETT with a FOREWORD by WILLIS BARNSTONE “Violet-haired, pure honey-smiling Sappho” – Alcaeus AUTOGRAPH EDITIONS Salem, Oregon ... ...nvying the tree’s longevity and its years ahead. Would I trade places, to brood over Mytilene, for centuries? VOICES FROM THE PAST 18 Alone? ... .... As I stretch out in a leather chair in his library and read to him, the honey- suckle makes its fragrance outside, surely a woman’s flower, so fecu... ...oice and thoughts within the room, beyond the reach of its fragrance. The honeysuckle does not suit us or the room. And Alcaeus knows this, too. His ...

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Jockeys and Jewels

By: Bev Pettersen

... beneath the bright sun. He wouldn't be alone long. Already three people were bee-lining to his side. “Is Bixton waiting for you?” Kurt asked, his ... ...ns blanketed, and his unexpected weakness surprised him. It never helped to brood. Connor was dead. The only thing left was to catch his killer. ... ... to meet his eyes. “I’ll walk the mare around a bit,” she said. “I’ll do it, honey,” Kurt said. “You go catch your horse.” Honey? She’d always thou... ...heeled past, and a man’s voice yelled ribald encouragement. “Christ. Sorry, honey.” He lifted his head, shocked at his lack of control. He pulled ... ...de a stack of firewood and a blackened ring of rocks. “I’ll unsaddle for you, honey,” he said, careful to keep his mouth flat. “Don’t ‘honey’ me,”...

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Voices from the Past

By: Paul Alexander Bartlett

... SAPPHO’S JOURNAL “Violet-haired, pure honey-smiling Sappho” – Alcaeus 3 FOREWORD Willis Barnstone ... ...nvying the tree’s longevity and its years ahead. Would I trade places, to brood over Mytilene, for centuries? VOICES FROM THE PAST 22 Alone? ... .... As I stretch out in a leather chair in his library and read to him, the honey- suckle makes its fragrance outside, surely a woman’s flower, so fecu... ...oice and thoughts within the room, beyond the reach of its fragrance. The honeysuckle does not suit us or the room. And Alcaeus knows this, too. His ... ... man, no doubt, an upstart from Snitterfield, enroute to London, riding a brood mare, humming...hey, non nonny... ...Heaven mend all! Henley Stre...

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Heroes of Unknown Seas and Savage Lands

By: J. W. Buel

...ough this place, by pipes to different parts of these palaces, ran wine, milk, honey, and clear water; in them he had placed beautiful damsels, skilfu... ...t stripped from Indians that had been killed, and night coming on, peace again brooded over that terrible field. The power of the natives about Yucata... ...me moment for the Spaniards, and fear of the result caused a solemn feeling to brood over the camp, and in the night, during the still watches, the vo... ...y unentitled. The last days of Cortez were naturally his most unhappy ones. He brooded over the crimes which he had perpetrated, over his indefensible...

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Cyclopedia of Economics

By: Sam Vaknin

...rd at last rose in His might and seized the scourge to drive out of the Temple the brood of vipers and adders. How terrific was his fight against t... ...rd at last rose in His might and seized the scourge to drive out of the Temple the brood of vipers and adders. How terrific was his fight against t... ...ull knowledge) exercise of a preference or inclination. Bees do not choose to make honey. A fan of football does not choose to watch a football gam...

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Cyclopedia of Philosophy

By: Sam Vaknin

...rd at last rose in His might and seized the scourge to drive out of the Temple the brood of vipers and adders. How terrific was his fight against t... ...rd at last rose in His might and seized the scourge to drive out of the Temple the brood of vipers and adders. How terrific was his fight against t... ...ull knowledge) exercise of a preference or inclination. Bees do not choose to make honey. A fan of football does not choose to watch a football gam...

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And Gulliver Returns Book IV : A Look at Our Human Values

By: Lemuel Gulliver XVI

...for special needs children so the minimum yearly education costs for her brood would have been $126,000 per year. Add to that state paid health ins... ... be thinking animals, like dolphins and chimps, or do we include fish and honey bees in the group?‖ —―In animal rights discussions, as in o...

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Magnum Bonum or Mother Careys Brood

By: Charlotte Mary Yonge

...Magnum Bonum or Mother Carey’s Brood by Charlotte M Yonge A Penn State Electronic Classics Series Publicat... ...te Electronic Classics Series Publication Magnum Bonum, or Mother Carey’s Brood by Charlotte M. Yonge is a publication of the Pennsyl- vania State Un... ...as an electronic transmission, in any way. Magnum Bonum, or Mother Carey’s Brood by Charlotte M. Yonge, the Pennsylvania State Univer- sity, Electroni... ...from the days when Janet made her first acquaintance with the “Little Busy Bee,” that there should be something, of some sort, said or shown to papa, ... ...gensterns, while above the long wreaths of dog- roses projected, the sweet honeysuckle twined about, and the white blossoms of traveller’s joy hung in... ...ld allow to be wrung from her by his coaxing, wheedling tones, soft as the honey of Hybla, was, that if none of her sons or nephews were in the way of... ...m were a continual wonder and annoyance to Barbara, the active little busy bee, who not unjustly considered him the drone of the family, and longed to... ...adorned with stately lilies and irises, with proud reed-maces, and twining honeysuckle, and bryony, fluttered over by dragon-flies and butterflies, fr...

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Actions and Reactions

By: Rudyard Kipling

..................................................................... 103 The Bee-Line Bookshop ............................................................ ...And I’m over thirty,” he cried. “With all I meant to do!” “Let’s call it a honeymoon,” said Sophie. “D’ you know, in all the six years we’ve been marr... .... I’ll tell Dr. Dallas, ma’am.” She trundled off on her wheel like a brown bee, while Sophie—heaven above and earth beneath changed—walked stiffly hom... ... You aren’t blaming me for that?” “Oh, no. Only it was a very businesslike honeymoon. How far are you along with the deal, George?” “I can mail the de... ...and when her sight cleared, saw, indeed, a mural tablet of a footless bird brooding upon the carven motto, “ Wayte awhyle—wayte awhyle.” At the Litany... ...ts. They do it for jujubes.” “Keep away from Gale Anstey till I make sure, honey. Cloke ought to have told me.” “These people don’t tell. Haven’t you ... ... until their wings ached, to keep people cool, everybody suffered. A young bee crawled up the greasy trampled alighting- board. “Excuse me,” she began... ...if this is my—” “—own hive?” the Guard snapped. “Yes! Buzz in, and be foul-brooded to you! Next!” “Shame!” cried half a dozen old workers with worn w... ...st, and, knowing the senior bees would turn her out at once, dodged into a brood-frame, where young- sters who had not yet seen the winds blow or the ...

................................................................................................................................................ 103 The Bee-Line Bookshop ................................................................................................................................................ 104 THE FOUR ANGELS .............................................

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Aesop's Fables

By: George Fyler Townsend

...HE F LIES AND THE H ONEY P OT A NUMBER of Flies were attracted to a jar of honey which had been overturned in a housekeeper’s room, and placing thei... ...ir feet in it, ate greedily. Their feet, however, became so smeared with the honey that they could not use their wings, nor release themselves, and we... ...weak over the strong. The Ox and the Frog AN OX drinking at a pool trod on a brood of young frogs and crushed one of them to death. The Mother coming ... ...ve to be praised for what I have been, than to be blamed for what I am.” The Bee and Jupiter A BEE from Mount Hymettus, the queen of the hive, as cen... ...mettus, the queen of the hive, as cended to Olympus to present Jupiter some honey fresh from her combs. Jupiter, delighted with the offering of honey... ...ut could not refuse the request because of his promise. He thus answered the Bee: “You shall have your request, but it will be at the peril of your ow... ...s A LARK had made her nest in the early spring on the young green wheat. The brood had almost grown to their full strength and attained the use of the... ..., and will get in the harvest.” The Lark on hearing these words said to her brood, “It is time now to be off, my little ones, for the man is in earne...

..................14 THE ASS, THE FOX, AND THE LION .......................15 THE TORTOISE AND THE EAGLE ...........................15 THE FLIES AND THE HONEY-POT ..........................16 THE MAN AND THE LION .....................................16 THE FARMER AND THE CRANES .............................16 THE DOG IN THE MANGER ...................................17 THE FOX...

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Far from the Madding Crowd

By: Thomas Hardy

...n ones of drabbet — marked on the wrists, breasts, backs, and sleeves with honeycomb work. Two or three women in pattens brought up the rear. ‘The Phi... ...ive the bees herself, if possible. She had dressed the hive with herbs and honey, fetched a ladder, brush, and crook, made herself impregnable with ar... ...h east corner of the sky, as if in terror of the large cloud, like a young brood gazed in upon by some monster. Going on to the village, Oak flung a sm...

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The Poems of Emily Dickinson

By: Martha Dickinson Bianchi

... XIV SOME things that fly there be,— Birds, hours, the bumble-bee: Of these no elegy. Some things that stay there be,— Grief, hills, eter... ...ess summer days, From inns of molten blue. When landlords turn the drunken bee Out of the foxglove’s door, When butterflies renounce their drams, I sh... ...X THE nearest dream recedes, unrealized. The heaven we chase Like the June bee Before the school-boy Invites the race; Stoops to an easy clover— Dips—... ...of the boy Staring, bewildered, at the mocking sky. Homesick for steadfast honey, Ah! the bee flies not That brews that rare variety. XXX WE p... ...l lend until just then, But not an hour more! LVI THE pedigree of honey Does not concern the bee; A clover, any time, to him Is aristocracy. ... ...o little has to do,— A sphere of simple green, With only butterflies to brood, And bees to entertain, And stir all day to pretty tunes The breezes ... ...he purple democrat The humming-birds aspire. And whatsoever insect pass, A honey bears away Proportioned to his several dearth And her capacity. Her f... ..., I learned, in leafy wood He was the faithful father Of a dependent brood; And this untoward transport His remedy for care,— A contrast to o...

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The Poems

By: George Meredith

...ory in the great repose, And over every postured form Spread lava-like and brooded warm, – And fixed on every frozen face Beheld the record of its rac... ... To sweep them into storms of joy, Stands mute and whispers not; the birds Brood dumb in their foreboding nests, Save here and there a chirp or tweet,... ... warmer by degrees Whispers full of hopes and visions Throng her ears like honey bees! Never yet was lonely blossom Woo’d with such delicious voice! N... ...e! Ah! but lovelier, ever lovelier, As more deep the colour glows, And the honey-laden lily Changes to the fragrant rose. While the god with meek embr... ...st in cestian girdles, And his low voluptuous lid Lifted pleading, and the honey Of his mouth for hers athirst, Ruby glistening, raised for moisture –... ...d and starred with flowers, The cottage breathing tender smoke Against the brooding golden air, With glimpses of a stately mansion On a woodland sward... ...ups, all shining clear, Show him ’tis the sweet o’ the year. Now the brown bee, wild and wise, Hums abroad, and roves and roams, Storing in his wealth... ...sweet o’ the year. Now all Nature is alive, Bird and beetle, man and mole; Bee-like goes the human hive, Lark-like sings the soaring soul: Hearty fait... ...lumbers below. Should thy love die; O wander once more to the haunt of the bee! Where the foliaged sky Is most sacred to see, And thy being first felt...

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The Complete Poetical Works of Percy Bysshe Shelley Volume 2

By: Thomas Hutchinson

... like the flame Of lightning through the tempest;—thou dost lie, Thy giant brood of pines around thee clinging, _20 Children of ... ...e voiceless lightning in these solitudes Keeps innocently, and like vapour broods Over the snow. The secret strength of things Which governs thought, ... ...whose crest, _50 Might seem, the eagle, for her brood, Would ne’er have hung her dizzy nest, Those tower-encircled cities s... ...“Posthumous Poems”, 1824, where it is dated December, 1817. 1. 1. 1. 1. 1. Honey from silkworms who can gather, Or silk from the yellow bee? The grass... .... 1. 1. 1. 1. Honey from silkworms who can gather, Or silk from the yellow bee? The grass may grow in winter weather As soon as hate in me. 2. 2. 2. 2... ... crawl which yet lies sleeping Through the deep grass of the meadow! Not a bee shall hear him creeping, _5 Not a may... ... by Mrs. Shelley, “Poetical Works”, 1839, 1st edition. I am drunk with the honey wine Of the moon-unfolded eglantine, Which fairies catch in hyacinth ... ...hose intent, Although they did ill, was innocent. 118 V olume Two But the bee and the beamlike ephemeris Whose path is the lightning’s, and soft moth... ...as writ on water. 203 His face was like a snake’s—wrinkled and loose 166 Honey from silkworms who can gather, 52 How sweet it is to sit and read th...

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The Second Part of Henry the Fourth

By: William Shakespeare

...ond & yours, 307 he lik’d not the Security. 308 Fal. Let him bee damn’d like the Glutton, may his 309 Tongue be hotter, a horson A... ...eare: First Folio 396 to me, in respect of Pouertie: but how I should bee your 397 Patient, to follow your prescriptions, the wise may make ... ...rts out with me, and I meane not to sweat ex-traordinarily: 466 if it bee a hot day, if I brandish any thing 467 but my Bottle, would I migh... ...eake beginnings lye entreasured: 1504 Such things become the Hatch and Brood of Time; 1505 And by the necessarie forme of this, 1506 King ... ...he vertuous Sweetes, our Thighes packt with Wax, 2607 Our Mouthes with Honey, wee bring it to the Hiue; 2608 And like the Bees, are murthered ...

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The Prelude Or, Growth of a Poets Mind

By: William Wordsworth

...hts: his mind, best pleased While she as duteous as the mother dove 140 Sits brooding, lives not always to that end, But like the innocent bird, hath ... ...d, 580 Through every hair breadth in that field of light, New pleasure like a bee among the flowers. Thus oft amid those fits of vulgar joy Which, throug... ...eets A prelibation to the mower’s scythe. 245 Behold the parent hen amid her brood, Though fledged and feathered, and well pleased to part And straggle... ... feathered, and well pleased to part And straggle from her presence, still a brood, And she herself from the maternal bond Still undischarged; yet dot... ...minds that are left free to trust In the simplicities of opening life, Sweet honey out of spurned or dreaded weeds. This was her creed, and therefore ... ..., When thinking on my own beloved friend, 445 I hear thee tell how bees with honey fed Divine Comates, by his impious lord Within a chest imprisoned; ...

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The Poems of Goethe Translated in the Original Metres

By: Edgar Alfred Bowring

... Sprang tip from the ground; And early its fragrance It shed all around; A bee came thither And sipp’d from its bell; That they for each other Were ma... ...er, Juicier far,—and with more splendour Ripen, and more speedily! O’er ye broods the sun at even As he sinks to rest, and heaven Softly breathes into... ... springing, And building His nest. In the garden I was a-standing, And the bee there Saw as well, Buzzing, humming, Going, coming, And building His ce... ...le can scarcely find the misty ridge; In caverns dwells the dragon’s olden brood, The frowning crag obstructs the raging flood. Know’st thou it well? ... ...e troubled main. She sang to him, and spake the while: “Why lurest thou my brood, With human wit and human guile From out their native flood? Oh, coul... ...’ flow’ry valleys, Rule the butterfly-people, And soft-nourishing dew With bee-like lips Drink from the blossom: Or else she may With fluttering hair ... ...he mountain’s Sun-illumined brow Didst thou seize him, The flower-singing, Honey-breathing, Sweetly nodding Theocritus. When the wheels were rattling,... ...t once hath ceas’ d. She doth a flask of balsam-fire possess, Sweeter than honey bees can make, One drop of which she’ll on her finger take, When soft... ...r him the fruit, too, is falling, And for him, also, the fig strengthening honey doth yield! Doth she entice him as well to the arbour? He follows? Oh...

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The Complete Poetical Works of Percy Bysshe Shelley

By: Thomas Hutchinson

... of hours, _245 Bearing within his life the brooding care That ever fed on its decaying flame. And now his limbs were l... ...nfluence in caus- ing him to turn his eyes inward; inclining him rather to brood over the thoughts and emotions of his own soul than to glance abroad,... ...n spirit that reigns throughout, the worship of the majesty of nature, the broodings of a poet’s heart in soli- tude—the mingling of the exulting joy ... ... _675 Like the unseen blight of a smiling day, The withering honey dew, which clings Under the bright green buds of May, Whilst they unf... ...ns hollow, As the song floats thou pursue, 262 V olume One Where the wild bee never flew, _180 Through the noon... ...hat. When I was young I thought of nothing else But pleasure; and I fed on honey sweets: Men, by St. Thomas! cannot live like bees, ... ...paper money, And means—being interpreted— ‘Bees, keep your wax—give us the honey, And we will plant, while skies are sunny, ... ... be Before she stooped to kiss Endymion, Than now this lady—like a sexless bee T asting all blossoms, and confined to none, _... ...zekiel) And the Lord whistled for the gadfly out of Aethiopia, and for the bee of Egypt, etc.—Ezekiel.— Shelley’s note. 464 V olume One That the Lord...

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Essay on Man

By: Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744

...xquisitely fine! Feels at each thread, and lives along the line: In the nice bee, what sense so subtly true From pois’nous herbs extracts the healing ... ...asure their desire; But greedy that, its object would devour, This taste the honey , and not wound the flow’r: Pleasure, or wrong or rightly understo... ...ew helps, new habits rise, That graft benevolence on charities. Still as one brood, and as another rose, These nat’ral love maintain’d, habitual those... ...the field; Essay on Man by Alexander Pope 24 Thy arts of building from the bee receive; Learn of the mole to plow , the worm to weave; Learn of the ...

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