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Lost Margaret took my heart with her--out there," said the old lover, who had been faithful for fifty years to his drowned sweetheart.
His very obstinacy and egoism now enabled him, blind, comparatively poor, and the representative of a lost cause, to maintain his proud and patient dignity in the midst of the triumph of all that was most hateful to him, and, as he believed, to God.
The important fact of this last period, however, is that Milton now had the leisure to write, or to complete, 'Paradise Lost.' For a quarter of a century he had avowedly cherished the ambition to produce 'such a work as the world would not willingly let die' and had had in mind, among others, the story of Man's Fall.
Nor was she satisfied with that; for a little time afterwards he lost a barrel of best-drink: for the old witch pulled out the spigot, and let it run all over the cellar, the very first evening he had tapped it to make merry with some of his neighbours.
The pinnace entered among the breakers, but was near being lost, and with difficulty got back to the ship.
They were interrogated by signs after the lost boats, but could not understand the inquiries.
"'Tis an awful thing for a bit of a bye to be lost in this great big city.
"But couldn't you guide them?" asked Chee- Chee; and he began to scold the parrot for letting them get lost while he was away looking for the cocoanuts.
"But I've never been lost before," murmured the dainty maiden, "and I'm worried and afraid."
"But how did the Rainbow's Daughter ever get on this lonely road, and become lost?" asked the shaggy man, who had listened wonderingly to all this.
PETER gave himself up for lost, and shed big tears; but his sobs were overheard by some friendly sparrows, who flew to him in great excitement, and implored him to exert himself.
It was the second little jacket and pair of shoes that Peter had lost in a fortnight!
If the Black went down to defeat, U-Dor could move his victorious piece on to the square occupied by Tara of Helium and the game would be over--over in four moves and lost to Gahan of Gathol.
He now discovered that he might play his own Odwar into personal combat with Gahan; but he had already lost one Odwar and could ill spare the other.
At length she murmured, satisfied with herself, "Come, nothing is lost; I am still beautiful."