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Strona 64 - Quid sum, miser ! tune dicturus ? Quern patronum rogaturus ? Cum vix Justus sit securus.
Strona 19 - And flattering spells into a [this] den of grief Lures it, and binds it there. Accursed be All the proud thoughts with which man learns to pamper His haughty spirit — cursed be those sweet Entrancing phantoms which delude our senses — Cursed the dreams which lure us to the search Of fame and reputation, — cursed all Of which we glory in the vain possession, Children and wife, and slave and plough — accursed Be Mammon, when with rich and glittering heaps He tempts us to bold deeds, or when...
Strona 19 - Tho" from my heart's wild tempest A sweet remember'd tone recovered me, And all my youth's remaining hopes responded With the soft echo of joys long gone by, Yet do I curse them all— all— all that captivates The soul with juggling witchery, and with false And flattering spells into a [this] den of grief Lures it, and binds it there. Accursed be All the proud thoughts with which man learns to pamper His haughty spirit — cursed be those sweet Entrancing phantoms which...
Strona 46 - ... brings me near and nearer to the gods, A fellow, whom I cannot do without. All cold and heartless, he debases me Before myself, and, with a single breath, Blows all the bounties of thy love to nought ; And fans within my breast a raging fire For that fair image, busy to do ill. Thus reel I from desire on to enjoyment, And in enjoyment languish for desire. Enter MEPHISTOPHELES. MEPHISTOPHELES. What ! not yet tired of meditation ? Methinks this is a sorry recreation. To try it once or twice might...

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