Beware of those who teach fables to children -Plato
His staff – so curiously wrought, that it might seem to twist and wriggle like a living serpent, this must have been an ocular assisted by the uncertain light
. . . But summat fluttered down lightly through the air and caught on the branch of a tree, the young man seized it and beheld a pink ribbon. My Faith is gone!
There is no good on Earth, and Sin is but a name
The Instinct that drives mortal man to evil
As if all nature was laughing him to scorn
Think not to frighten me with your devil tree
Now giving vent to an expression of Horrid blasphemy.
Thus sped the demoniac
FForlor his dying hour was gloom
Young Goodman Brown
See the best good collapsed and tantamount well dressed and smart appearing worst evil.
Hope came into his heart.
A negative element can United lacrosse all class boundaries as no consensus can
Powwow = Indian chiefs
I would fain = I would like, like to be, go, have