The priest, who was overwhelming the deaf man with gestures of wrath
and reproach, made the latter a violent sign to retire.
He dressed in haste, and as though carrying his cup full of wrath
, and fearing to spill any over, fearing to lose with his wrath
the energy necessary for the interview with his wife, he went into her room directly he heard she was up.
Seen in the brook once more was the shadowy wrath
of Pearl's image, crowned and girdled with flowers, but stamping its foot, wildly gesticulating, and, in the midst of all, still pointing its small forefinger at Hester's bosom.
For who can admit the fault imputed to Homer by Protagoras,--that in the words, 'Sing, goddess, of the wrath
,' he gives a command under the idea that he utters a prayer?
Most of his poems, other than certain political satire, which drew on him the Emperor's wrath
, are full of subtle sadness and fragrant regret, reminding one of pot-pourri in some deep blue porcelain bowl.
The dark and fearful sea of the subtle Ulysses' wanderings, agitated by the wrath
of Olympian gods, harbouring on its isles the fury of strange monsters and the wiles of strange women; the highway of heroes and sages, of warriors, pirates, and saints; the workaday sea of Carthaginian merchants and the pleasure lake of the Roman Caesars, claims the veneration of every seaman as the historical home of that spirit of open defiance against the great waters of the earth which is the very soul of his calling.