IN youth I have known one with whom the Earth In secret communing held-as he with it, In daylight, and in beauty, from his birth: Whose fervid, flickering torch of life was lit From the sun and stars, whence he had drawn forth
A passionate light such for his spirit was fit And yet that spirit knew-not in the hour Of its own fervor-what had o'er it power.
At least half a dozen more were severally drawn forth
from the same box, and surveyed with equal pleasure; besides rings, brooches, bracelet, and other articles of jewellery, of such magnificent materials, and costly workmanship, that Oliver had no idea, even of their names.
Such an interview, perhaps, would have been more terrible than even to meet him as she now did, with the hot mid-day sun burning down upon her face, and lighting up its shame; with the scarlet token of infamy on her breast; with the sin-born infant in her arms; with a whole people, drawn forth as to a festival, staring at the features that should have been seen only in the quiet gleam of the fireside, in the happy shadow of a home, or beneath a matronly veil at church.
So powerful seemed the minister's appeal that the people could not believe but that Hester Prynne would speak out the guilty name, or else that the guilty one himself in whatever high or lowly place he stood, would be drawn forth by an inward and inevitable necessity, and compelled to ascend the scaffold.
Many of the poems find him caught in the grip of history, as the past invades the present, and the intervening years constrict into a single utterance or remembered vision: "The name of a girl I once loved / Flew off the tip of my tongue / In the street today, / Like a pet fly / Kept in a matchbox by a madman," Simic writes in "The Escapee." "Oh, Memory" fixes upon a central, haunting image drawn forth
from the speaker's boyhood: "a small child's black suit / Last seen with its pants / Dangling from a high beam / In your grandmother's attic."
Reconsider how you educate, and how you think about education, because everyone will learn more when the collective team experience is drawn forth
. Finally, understand that the act of looking back on what the team learned and experienced together is a vital part of becoming a team ...
The antibodies drawn forth
by the hepatitis B vaccine specifically target the surface antigen protein.
Like that healing mysteries didn't fall on you but rose up, drawn forth
simply by your paying attention to the lives of others."
patient's narrative and the narrative of the text are drawn forth
So rooted is this comprehension of the native vision that it has recently drawn forth
a book that sets out to oppose, or at least qualify, this social interpretation of the vision process.
Satire is ultimately about some reality and is drawn forth
by something of importance touched by some exaggeration or banality.
And I will find that the love of Christ in my brothers and sisters, loving me in return has drawn forth
the image and reality of Christ in my own soul."
It is interesting to speculate that if the often blundering, immature and bull-footed Henry VIII had approached Catherine of Aragon differently, he might not have drawn forth
her imperious, defensive and intractable obstinacy: 'a frank discussion of the succession problem and an appeal to her co-operation might have produced a very different response' - and how different in consequence so much history would have been!
But there is a darker ideal carried by the etymology of the term, which means "draw forth" (from the Latin pro-trahere), as if through an act of metaphysical extraction, the person were drawn forth
onto, or "captured by" the paper.