If thou wilt have it so, thou wert right to abide wherever thou didst
O God, who didst
choose Israel to be thine inheritance: Look, we beseech thee, upon thine ancient people; open their hearts that they may see and confess the Lord Jesus to be thy Son and their true Messiah, and, believing, they may have life through his Name.
I have used thee, Filth as thou art, with humane care, and lodged thee In mine own cell till thou didst
seek to violate The honor of my child.
One poor woman, Jane Hutchin, was branded "a base Jade that didst
lie three nights with a tinker".
But Kullervo was wroth in that she reviled his ungainliness, and put kind thought from him and cried: 'Lempo seize thy folk and swift would I put them to the sword didst
I come upon them, but thou I wilt have, nor shalt dwell in thy father's house again.
Not surprisingly, the sonnets where the beloved appears at the turn come later in the sequence when the speaker comes to accept what she has been hesitant to embrace: "Then thou didst
bid me" (25, l.
The Inquisitor further challenges the mute Christ with regard to the merit of the freedom he has paid such a high price for: "Thou didst
desire man's free love, that he should follow Thee freely, enticed and taken captive by Thee .
how art thou cut down to the ground, which didst
weaken the nations
It is time for us to remember the words of the Psalmist: "Our fathers trusted in thee: they trusted, and thou didst
Accordingly, whenever an unknown dervish comes into a convent or wishes to join a company of Sufis, they ask him Who was the Pir that taught thee' and From whose hand didst
thou receive the khirqa' Sufis recognize no relationship but these two, which they regard as all-important.
prevent me; I had peopled else / This isle with Calibans" (1.
Lay not on us a burden Like that which Thou didst
lay on those before us [2:286]