"But how is your own breast
?" continued he, looking the sculptor in the eye with the most acute and penetrating glance that it had ever been his fortune to encounter.
had scarcely vanished into cloud-clad privacy, before our thirst--literally a burning question--reasserted itself.
"I serve, thou servest, we serve"--so prayeth all appointable virtue to the prince: that the merited star may at last stick on the slender breast
And I lie so composedly, Now in my bed,(Knowing her love) That you fancy me dead -- And I rest so contentedly, Now in my bed,(With her love at my breast
) That you fancy me dead -- That you shudder to look at me, Thinking me dead: --
So Oz brought a pair of tinsmith's shears and cut a small, square hole in the left side of the Tin Woodman's breast
. Then, going to a chest of drawers, he took out a pretty heart, made entirely of silk and stuffed with sawdust.
Behind him were two males, and then Kala, closely straining the little dead form to her breast
When the dole was ended, laughingly she said, Master, of a million mouths, is not one unfed?" Laughing, Shiv made answer, "All have had their part, Even he, the little one, hidden 'neath thy heart." From her breast
she plucked it, Parbati the thief, Saw the Least of Little Things gnawed a new-grown leaf!
The very sight of it awakened in his breast
a strange yearning.
He placed his ear to the breast
of Athos, his face to the comte's mouth.
My beast had an advantage in his first hold, having sunk his mighty fangs far into the breast
of his adversary; but the great arms and paws of the ape, backed by muscles far transcending those of the Martian men I had seen, had locked the throat of my guardian and slowly were choking out his life, and bending back his head and neck upon his body, where I momentarily expected the former to fall limp at the end of a broken neck.
He therefore applied to the weakest first; and, letting the parson go, he directed a blow at the young squire's breast
, which luckily taking place, reduced him to measure his length on the ground.
Higher and higher every day, Till over the mast at noon-- The Wedding-Guest here beat his breast
, For he heard the loud bassoon.