Il ouvrit les yeux. Le serveur arriva. Elle dit : "Je vais prendre un verre de Sancerre blanc et pour lui un quart de Vittel". Puis elle approcha sa bouche de mon oreille et murmura : "Petite pute". Nous allons descendre ensemble aux toilettes. Il n'y avait personne.
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Michel Maffesoli, Au creux des apparences. I am now The same I ever was, as kind and free, And can forgive before you ask of me: Indeed I am and will So this work hath end! Farewell and live!
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Be constant to thy friend That loves thee next! I am thy love! Thy Amoret, for ever more thy love! Strike once more on my naked breast, I'll prove As constant still. The Faithful Shepherdess , acte V, sc. If you expect more than you had to-night, The maker is sick and sad All that his faint and faltering tongue doth crave, Is, that you not impute it to his brain, That's yet unhurt, although, set round with pain, It cannot long hold out. Thy Pegasus He had bequeathed his belly unto thee To hold that little learning which is fled, Into thy guts from out thy emptye head.
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Disease the enemy, and his engineers, Want, with the rest of his conceal'd compeers Have cast a trench about me, now five years The muse not peeps out, one of hundred days; But lies block'd up, and straiten'd, narrow'd in, Fix'd to bed and boards, unlike to win Health, or scarce breath, as she had never been. Platon, Ion.
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With an armed and resolute hand, I'll strip the ragged follies of the time. Naked as at their birth And with a whip of steel, Print wounding lashes in their iron ribs. I fear no mood stamp'd in a private brow, When I am pleased t'unmask a public vice; I fear no strumpet's drugs, no ruffian's stab, Shoud I detect their hateful luxuries.
O sacred Poesy, thou spirit of arts The soul of science, and the queen of souls, What profane violence, almost sacrilege, Hath here been offered thy divinities! That thine own guiltless poverty should arm Prodigious ignorance to wound thee thus! Would men learn but to distinguish spirits, And set true difference 'twixt those jaded wits, That run a broken pace for common hire, And the high raptures of a happy muse, Borne on the wings of her immortal thought That kicks at earth with a disdainful heel, And beats at heaven gates with her bright hoofs; They would not then, with such distorted faces, And desperate censures, stab at Poesy.
Now I see your wisdom, judgment, strength, Quickness and will, to apprehend the means To your own good and greatness, I protest Myself through rarified, and turn'd all flame In your affection. Lend me your scarlet, lady. You should have used of the white oil I gave you. Sejanus for your love!
Have not we return'd That with our hate to Drusus, and discovery Of all his counsels? When I shall, Eudemus; but let Drusus' drug Be first prepared. Were Lygdus made, that's done; I have it ready.
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And to morrow morning I'll sent you a perfume, first to resolve And procure sweat; and then prepare a bath To cleanse and clear the cutis; against when I'll have an excellent new fucus made Resistive gainst the Sun, the rain or wind Which you shall lay on with a breath or oil As you but like, and last some fourteen hours. This change came timely, lady, for your health Protest not. Thy looks are vows to me Thou art a man made to make consuls.
Guard His meekness, Jove; his piety, his care, His bounty. Here are his letters, signed with his signet. What pleaseth now the fathers to be done?
But were they left to our absolving voice, we durst pronounce them, as we think them, most malicious. Though need make many poets, and some such As art and nature have not better'd much, Yet ours for want hath not so loved the stage, As he dare serve the ill customs of the age, Or purchase your delight at such a rate, As, for it, he himself must justly hate. To make a child new-swaddled to proceed Man, and then shoot up, in one beard and weed, Past threescore years; or with three rusty swords, And help of some few foot and half-foot words, Fight over York and Lancaster's long jars He rather prays you will be pleas'd to see One such to-day as other plays should be; Where neither chorus wafts you o'er the seas, Nor creaking throne comes down the boys to please, Nor nimble squib is seen to make afear The gentlewomen But deeds and language such as men do use You, that have so grac'd monsters, may like men.
When some one peculiar quality Doth so possess a man, that it doth draw All his affects, his spirits and his powers, In their confluctions, all to run one way, This may be truly said to be a humour I will scourge those apes, And to those courteous eyes oppose a mirror, As large as is the stage whereon we act; Where they shall see the time's deformity Anatomized in every nerve and sinew, With constant courage and contempt of fear My strict hand Was made to seize on vice, and with a gripe Squeeze out the humour of such spongy souls As lick up every idle vanity.
Good morning to the day, and, next, my gold! Open the shrine, that I may see my saint. Hail the world's soul and mine! O thou son of Sol, But brighter than thy father, let me kiss, With adoration, thee and every relick Of sacred treasure in this blessed room! Are you? I do beseech you, sir, you will vouchsafe To write me in your family. All my hopes Depend upon your worship.
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I am lost, Except the rising sun do shine on me. Sir, I am a man that hath not done your love All the worst offices; here I wear your keys, See all your coffers and your caskets lock'd, Keep the poor inventory of your jewels, Your plate and monies; am your steward, sir, Husband your goods here. Without a partner, sir; confirm'd this morning; The wax is warm yet, and the ink scarce dry Upon the parchment.
Your desert, sir; I know no second cause When will you have your inventory brought, sir? Or see a copy of the will? O, sir, 'tis past the scotomy; he now Hath left his feeling, and has left to snort: You hardly can perceive him, that he breathes. Excellent, excellent! Sure, I shall outlast him. This makes me young again, a score of years. Sir, I am sworn, I may not show the will Till he be dead; but here has been Corbaccio, Here has been Voltore, here were others too; I cannot number 'em, they were so many, All gaping here for legacies; but I, Taking the vantage of his naming you, Signior Corvino , signior Corvino , took Paper and pen and ink, and there I asked him, Whom he would have his heir?
Who Should be executor? And To any question he was silent to, I still interpreted the nods he made Through weakness for consent, and sent home th' others, Nothing bequeath'd them, but to cry and curse. Bastards, Some dozen or more, that he begat on beggars, Gypsies and Jews, and black-moors, when he was drunk Speak out, You may be louder yet. Faith, I could stifle him rarely with a pillow, As well as any woman that should keep him. My divine Mosca! Thou hast to-day outgone thyself Prepare Me music, dances, banquets, all delights; The Turk is not more sensual in his pleasures Than will Volpone.
Mosca, take my keys, Gold, plate and jewels, all's at thy devotion; Employ them how thou wilt; nay, coin me too, So thou, in this, but crown my longings, Mosca Have you no kinswoman? Think, think, think, think, think, think, think, sir. One o' the doctors offer'd his daughter. Be damn'd! Heart, I will drag thee hence, home, by the hair, Cry thee a strumpet through the streets; rip up Thy mouth into thine ears; and slit thy nose, Like a raw rocket! I will buy some slave Whom I will kill, and bind thee to him, alive, And at my window hang you forth, devising Some monstrous crime, which I, in capital letters, Will eat into thy flesh with aqua-fortis, And burning corsives on this stubborn breast.
Now, by the blood thou hast incensed, I'll do it! Be not thus obstinate; I have not deserved it. Think who it is intreats you. Good faith, thou shalt have jewels, gowns, attires, What thou wilt think and ask. Do but go kiss him. Or touch him, but. For my sake, at my suit.
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