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 The Abbot 25 | Ecrit le 15-07-2011 15h29Alerter l'administrateur Recommander  un ami Lien de l'article 
The Abbot bySir Walter Scott Chapter the Twenty-Seventh.See on yon verdant lawn, the gathering crowdThickens amain; the buxom nymphs advance,Usher'd by jolly clowns; distinctions cease,Lost in the common joy, and the bold slaveLeans on his wealthy master unreproved._Rural Games_.--SOMERVILLLE.The re-appearance of the dignified...

 The Abbot 24 | Ecrit le 15-07-2011 15h28Alerter l'administrateur Recommander  un ami Lien de l'article 
The Abbot bySir Walter Scott Chapter the Twenty-Sixth.Room for the master of the ring, ye swains,Divide your crowded ranks--before him marchThe rural minstrelsy, the rattling drum,The clamorous war-pipe, and far-echoing horn._Rural Sports_.--SOMERVILLE.No long space intervened ere Roland Graeme was able to discover amongthe crowd of...

 The Abbot 23 | Ecrit le 15-07-2011 15h27Alerter l'administrateur Recommander  un ami Lien de l'article 
The Abbot bySir Walter Scott Chapter the Twenty-Fifth.And when love's torch hath set the heart in flame,Comes Seignor Reason, with his saws and cautions,Giving such aid as the old gray-beard Sexton,Who from the church-vault drags the crazy engine,To ply its dribbling ineffectual streamletAgainst a conflagration.OLD PLAY.In a...

 The Abbot 22 | Ecrit le 15-07-2011 15h27Alerter l'administrateur Recommander  un ami Lien de l'article 
The Abbot bySir Walter Scott Chapter the Twenty-Fourth.'Tis a weary life this--Vaults overhead, and grates and bars around me,And my sad hours spent with as sad companions,Whose thoughts are brooding: o'er their own mischances,Far, far too deeply to take part in mine.THE WOODSMAN.The course of life to which Mary and her little...

 The Abbot 21 | Ecrit le 15-07-2011 15h26Alerter l'administrateur Recommander  un ami Lien de l'article 
The Abbot bySir Walter Scott Chapter the Twenty-Third.Give me a morsel on the greensward rather,Coarse as you will the cooking--Let the fresh springBubble beside my napkin--and the free birdsTwittering and chirping, hop from bough to bough,To claim the crumbs I leave for perquisites--Your prison feasts I like not.THE WOODSMAN, A...

 The Abbot 20 | Ecrit le 15-07-2011 14h34Alerter l'administrateur Recommander  un ami Lien de l'article 
The Abbot bySir Walter Scott Chapter the Twenty-Second.I give this heavy weight from off my head,And this unwieldy sceptre from my hand;With mine own tears I wash away my balm,With mine own hand I give away my crown,With mine own tongue deny my sacred state,With mine own breath release all duteous oaths.RICHARD II.Lord Ruthven...

 The Abbot 19 | Ecrit le 15-07-2011 14h33Alerter l'administrateur Recommander  un ami Lien de l'article 
The Abbot bySir Walter Scott Chapter the Twenty-First.Could valour aught avail or people's love,France had not wept Navarre's brave Henry slain;If wit or beauty could compassion move,The rose of Scotland had not wept in vain._Elegy in a Royal Mausoleum._ LEWIS.At the gate of the court-yard of Lochleven appeared the stately formof...

 The Abbot 18 | Ecrit le 15-07-2011 14h32Alerter l'administrateur Recommander  un ami Lien de l'article 
The Abbot bySir Walter Scott Chapter the Twentieth.Now have you reft me from my staff, my guide,Who taught my youth, as men teach untamed falcons,To use my strength discreetly--I am reftOf comrade and of counsel.OLD PLAY.In the gray of the next morning's dawn, there was a loud knocking atthe gate of the hostelrie; and those...

 The Abbot 17 | Ecrit le 15-07-2011 14h32Alerter l'administrateur Recommander  un ami Lien de l'article 
The Abbot bySir Walter Scott Chapter the Nineteenth.It is and is not--'tis the thing I sought for,Have kneel'd for, pray'd for, risk'd my fame and life for,And yet it is not--no more than the shadowUpon the hard, cold, flat, and polished mirror,Is the warm, graceful, rounded, living substanceWhich it presents in form and...

 The Abbot 16 | Ecrit le 15-07-2011 14h31Alerter l'administrateur Recommander  un ami Lien de l'article 
The Abbot bySir Walter Scott Chapter the Eighteenth.--The sky is clouded, Gaspard,And the vexed ocean sleeps a troubled sleep,Beneath a lurid gleam of parting sunshine.Such slumber hangs o'er discontented lands,While factions doubt, as yet, if they have strengthTo front the open battle.ALBION--A POEM.The youthful page paused on...

 The Abbot 15 | Ecrit le 15-07-2011 14h30Alerter l'administrateur Recommander  un ami Lien de l'article 
The Abbot bySir Walter Scott Chapter the Seventeenth.Edina! Scotia's darling seat,All hail thy palaces and towers,Where once, beneath a monarch's feet,Sate legislation's sovereign powers.BURNS."This, then, is Edinburgh?" said the youth, as the fellow-travellersarrived at one of the heights to the southward, which commanded a...

 The Abbot 14 | Ecrit le 15-07-2011 14h29Alerter l'administrateur Recommander  un ami Lien de l'article 
The Abbot bySir Walter Scott Chapter the Sixteenth.Youth! thou wear'st to manhood now,Darker lip and darker brow,Statelier step, more pensive mien,In thy face and gate are seen:Thou must now brook midnight watches,Take thy food and sport by snatches;For the gambol and the jest,Thou wert wont to love the best,Graver follies must...

 The Abbot 13 | Ecrit le 15-07-2011 14h28Alerter l'administrateur Recommander  un ami Lien de l'article 
The Abbot bySir Walter Scott Chapter the Fifteenth.As when in tumults rise the ignoble crowd,Mad are their motions, and their tongues are loud,And stones and brands in rattling furies fly,And all the rustic arms which fury can supply--Then if some grave and pious man appear,They hush their noise, and lend a listening ear.DRYDEN'S...

 The Abbot 12 | Ecrit le 15-07-2011 14h28Alerter l'administrateur Recommander  un ami Lien de l'article 
The Abbot bySir Walter Scott Chapter the Thirteenth.What, Dagon up again!--I thought we had hurl'd himDown on the threshold, never more to rise.Bring wedge and axe; and, neighbours, lend your handsAnd rive the idol into winter fagots!ATHELSTANE, OR THE CONVERTED DANE.Roland Graeme slept long and sound, and the sun was high over...

 The Abbot 11 | Ecrit le 15-07-2011 14h26Alerter l'administrateur Recommander  un ami Lien de l'article 
The Abbot bySir Walter Scott Chapter the Eleventh.Life hath its May, and is mirthful then:The woods are vocal, and the flowers all odour;Its very blast has mirth in't,--and the maidens,The while they don their cloaks to screen their kirtles,Laugh at the rain that wets them.OLD PLAY.Catherine was at the happy age of innocence and...

 The Abbot 10 | Ecrit le 10-07-2011 13h50Alerter l'administrateur Recommander  un ami Lien de l'article 
The Abbot bySir Walter Scott Chapter the Tenth.She dwelt unnoticed and alone,Beside the springs of Dove:A maid whom there was none to praise,And very few to love.WORDSWORTH.In the course of their journey the travellers spoke little to eachother. Magdalen Graeme chanted, from time to time, in a low voice, apart of some one of...

 The Abbot 9 | Ecrit le 10-07-2011 13h49Alerter l'administrateur Recommander  un ami Lien de l'article 
The Abbot bySir Walter Scott Chapter the Ninth.Kneel with me--swear it--'tis not in words I trust,Save when they're fenced with an appeal to Heaven.OLD PLAYAfter passing the night in that sound sleep for which agitation andfatigue had prepared him, Roland was awakened by the fresh morningair, and by the beams of the rising sun. His...

 The Abbot 8 | Ecrit le 10-07-2011 13h49Alerter l'administrateur Recommander  un ami Lien de l'article 
The Abbot bySir Walter Scott Chapter the Eight.The sacred tapers lights are gone.Gray moss has clad the altar stone,The holy image is o'erthrown,The bell has ceased to toll,The long ribb'd aisles are burst and shrunk,The holy shrines to ruin sunk,Departed is the pious monk,God's blessing on his soul!REDIVIVA.The cell...

 The Abbot 7 | Ecrit le 10-07-2011 13h48Alerter l'administrateur Recommander  un ami Lien de l'article 
The Abbot bySir Walter Scott Chapter the Seventh.When I hae a saxpence under my thumb,Then I get credit in ilka town;But when I am puir they bid me gae by--Oh, poverty parts good company!OLD SONG.While the departure of the page afforded subject for the conversationwhich we have detailed in our last chapter, the late favourite was...

 The Abbot 6 | Ecrit le 10-07-2011 13h48Alerter l'administrateur Recommander  un ami Lien de l'article 
The Abbot bySir Walter Scott Chapter the Sixth.Thou hast each secret of the household, Francis.I dare be sworn thou hast been in the buttery,Steeping thy curious humour in fat ale,And in thy butler's tattle--ay, or chattingWith the glib waiting-woman o'er her comfits--These bear the key to each domestic mystery.OLD PLAY.Upon the...


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