And now go forth, and begin your task; my Spirits shall not harm you, and I will wait till it is done before I blight
Fading, with the Night, the clouds of ignorance, and the deadly blight
of sin, and the silent tears of sorrow: and ever rising, higher, higher, with the Day, the radiant dawn of knowledge, and the sweet breath of purity, and the throb of a world's ecstasy
It was early in the month of May that the little family snapped asunder whatever tendrils of affections had clung to inanimate objects, and bade farewell to the few who, in the blight
of fortune, called themselves their friends.
Everything that bad happened to him there seemed a mere preparation for this hateful fatality, which had come as a blight
on his honorable ambition, and must make even people who had only vulgar standards regard his reputation as irrevocably damaged.
And he smiled so pleasantly at his own wit that the provinces of Ghargaroo, M'gwana, and Scowow were affected with a blight
This house depresses and chills one,' said Kate, 'and seems as if some blight
had fallen on it.