"When you shall be old, others will bind thee and takest thee where thou wouldst
not "Roy Woolmans Llandudno Junction.
Well I know that thou wouldst
have loved me, and the mystery of love is greater than the mystery of death".
When Frederick learns of her father's plans, he asks a servant trying to stop him, 'Wouldst
thou make her a double-hearted monster?' (1.1.495).
I pitied thee, Took pains to make thee speak, taught thee each hour One thing or other: when thou didst not, savage, Know thine own meaning, but wouldst
gabble like A thing most brutish, I endow'd thy purposes With words that made them known.
But the breaking of the desire to convince the people, although accompanied by deep grief ('It may be thou frettest thy soul with grief, that they do not become believers' [26: 2]; 'Thou wouldst
only, perchance, fret thyself to death, following after them, in grief, if they believe not in this message' [18: 6]), is always consoled in the prophetic tradition by the Source of their inspiration ('let not those grieve thee, who race each other into Unbelief (whether it be) among those who say 'We believe' with their lips but whose hearts have no faith; or be it among the Jews, - men who will listen to any lie...' [5: 44]).
And Helenus, the dear son of Priam, understood in spirit this plan that had found pleasure with the gods in council; and he came and stood by Hector's side, and spake to him, saying: 'Hector, son of Priam, peer of Zeus in counsel, wouldst
thou now in anywise hearken unto me?
(26.) In particular, this is what is at stake in the final lines of the sixth stanza: "They know that never joy illumed my brow / Unlinked with hope that thou wouldst
free / This world from its dark slavery, That thou ...
Telling her father that she is "miserable" at the discovery of his perfidious experiments, Beatrice rebukes him: "wherefore didst thou inflict this miserable doom upon thy child?" Rappaccini will have none of this: "Wouldst
thou, then, have preferred the condition of a weak woman, exposed to all evil, and capable of none?" (10:127).
Members immediately fell on one knee, touched their forelocks (those who had a forelock to touch) and addressed the foolish one with "wouldst
thou" and "Sire".
Nay, if thou wert, Wouldst
thou belike know of my hurt, And what might sting and what might heal?
I cried unto thee O Lord that thou wouldst
make a way for me to escape from this land of Slavery." (13)
Those manifold faculties Thou lettest fall upon several men Thou wouldst
not have drenched up where they light but wouldest have derived, through the channels of their special vocations, into the common streams of public use for Church or Commonwealth.