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“Your eyes are lode-stars! and your tongues sweet air”
“Your eyes are lode-stars and your tongue's sweet air,”
“Well, I had read in the old poets 'descriptions of sirens' wondrous language, wondrous words telling of beauty almost divine in its radiance -- of golden hair that had caught the sunshine and held it captive -- of eyes like lode-stars, in whose depths men lost themselves -- of lovely scarlet lips that could smile and threaten.”
“The path was now wider and less difficult of access, leading over a pretty knoll, glittering like lode-stars in the dew, beyond which arose the huge and cumbrous pile then distinguished as the castle of Hornby.”
“I. i.183 (12,3) [Your eyes are lode-stars] This was a complement not unfrequent among the old poets.”
“Your eyes are lode-stars; and your tongue's sweet air”
“Her eyes were dark and mesmerising, like lode-stars, and small, almost invisible laughter-lines gathered like a fine web at the corners.”
“Your eyes are lode-stars; and your tongue’s sweet air”
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