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John Milton - Paradise Lost (1674)

…onely add
Deeds to thy knowledge answerable, add Faith,
Add Vertue, Patience, Temperance, add Love,
By name to come call’d Charitie, the soul
Of all the rest: then wilt thou not be loath…

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Poetry

That Time I Got Called into the Principal’s Office for Teaching Filth

Okay, the Prince of Lies wings his way upward and on a cliff encounters a woman naked and beautiful from the genitals up, but horror-show-hideous below, where “[v]oluminous and vast,” a hydra-like reptilian whiplash “of scaly folds” slithers. 490 more words

Poetry

John Milton - Paradise Lost (1674)

Nor love thy life, nor hate; but what thou livst
Live well,…

Poetry

John Milton - Paradise Lost (1674)

Some say he bid his Angels turne ascanse
The Poles of Earth, twice ten degrees and more

Science

John Milton ... visions of paradise.

John Milton … visions of paradise

John Milton (1608 – 1674) was an English poet, polemicist, man of letters, and civil servant for the Commonwealth of England under Oliver Cromwell. 264 more words

Writer

28 - Heart of Jesus, source of all consolation

COR IESU, FONS TÓTIUS CONSOLATIÓNIS, MISERÉRE NOBIS.

 

12.07.2014

Lord Jesus:  Today I will comfort you. You do not trust Me enough, but I will take you today to a place, where you will see all the love of My Heart that I have for you.

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