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“The guests are met, the feast is set: may'st hear the merry din - and the celebrated performance of the stage adaptation of The Rime of the Ancient Mariner began.”
“Pay to the laws of society what retribution they require for their violation – and if suffering should lead to contrition, and seclusion from the world bring thee back to rectitude, then thou may'st find again thy father”
“Mistress, thou may'st condemn the mischief I have done, for sorrow's sting o'ermasters thy judgment; yet can I answer thee in face of this, if thou wilt hear.”
“Why so eager for the flowing spring, when hard by these towers stands a hill well watered, whence thou may'st freely draw?”
“Thou may'st be searched for polish'd words and verse”
“They will return across the lake, scale the cliffs there and pursue thee, but thou may'st escape them if thou be'st swift.”
“Then, when thou know'st the Wheel of Destiny complete, may'st thou perceive THAT Will which moved it first.”
“Des, I find it hard to accept George Henry Needler as a purveyor of actual English when he turns out lines like: "Me may'st thou gladly welcome / with messengers high meed.”
“Bend thy thoughts on the Sky, And in midst of prosperity, know thou may'st die.”
“Be thou who thou may'st, my son thou canst not be.”
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