Then I beheld another with those waters Adown her cheeks which grief distils whenever From great disdain of others it is born, And saying: "If of that city thou art lord, For whose name was such strife among the gods, And whence doth every science scintillate, Avenge thyself on those audacious arms That clasped our daughter, O Pisistratus;" And the lord seemed to me benign and mild To answer her with aspect temperate: "What shall we do to those who wish us ill, If he who loves us be by us condemned?"
But the other, magnanimous, at whose desire I had remained, did not his aspect change, Neither his neck he moved, nor bent his side.
Our Last Meeting X. Duty can have two Aspects XI.
Planted on an east aspect wall, and in roughly broken up peat and gritty sand, it succeeds well.
Aspects de la cathedrale de Strasbourg.
Each heart shall bend, and every voice In loud applauding shouts rejoice, 20 Whilst all his gracious aspect praise, And crowds grow loyal as they gaze.
Besides, he could confound the Spheres And set the Planets by the ears, To shew his skill, he, Mars would join To Venus, in aspect malign, Then call in Mercury for aid, And cure the wounds that Venus made.
When we consider that it places the Action of the Person represented in the most agreeable Aspect imaginable, that it does not only express the Passion or Concern as it sits upon him who is drawn, but has under those Features the Height of the Painters Imagination.
"Au seul aspect de cette ile, on pouvoit deja pressentir qu'elle etoit d'une nature differente de toutes celles que nous avions vues jusqu'a ce jour.
The old historians paint him as "clothed in robes of white, his head covered with gold, his aspect grave and majestic, rapt in the contemplation of the mysteries of existence, listening to the music of Homer and Hesiod, or to the harmony of the spheres."
This I did so as to get the injured limb placed as nearly flat on the ground as possible, with its anterior aspect downwards.
55 And death's dire aspect daily he surveyed, Death's minister; then came his glad release, And hope returned, and pleasure fondly made Her dwelling in his dreams.
Il est la personnification du soleil sous son aspect corrupteur et destructeur, ennemi des hommes et de la nature."
From races ill-fated, Their-aspect joy-bringing, Oft turn the celestials, And shun in the children To gaze on the features Once lov'd and still speaking Of their mighty sire.
* * * * * First in the poetry is the Bechuana Boy, an affecting narrative, by Mr. Pringle, as may be implied from one verse: He came with open aspect bland, And modestly before me stood, Caressing with a kindly hand That fawn of gentle brood; Then meekly gazing in my face Said in the language of his race, With smiling look yet pensive tone-- "Stranger--I'm in the world alone."
Astrologers and lunatics Have in Moorfields their stations fixt: Hither, thy gentle aspect bend, Nor look asquint on an old friend!