I most earnestly beg you to spare no trouble or necessary expense in getting these.
Night after night the nightingale came to Beg for divine love, but though the rose trembled at the sound of his voice, her petals remained closed to him...Flower and bird, two species never meant to mate. Yet at length the rose overcame her fear and from that single, forbidden union was born the red rose that Allah never intended the world to know.susan kay
A choir of angels glorified the hour, the vault of heaven was dissolved in fire. "Father, why hast Thou forsaken me? Mother, I Beg you, do not weep for me..."anna akhmatova
It is quite a three-pipe problem, and I Beg that you won't speak to me for fifty minutes.Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
For Love's sake, kiss me once again, I long, and should not Beg in vain, Here's none to spy, or see; Why do you doubt, or stay? I'll taste as lightly as the Bee, That doth but touch his flower, and flies away. Once more, and (faith) I will be gone: Can he that loves, ask less than one?Ben Jonson
I have not time to say any more, but to Beg you will give my duty to the Queen, and let her know her army has had a glorious victory. MonsieurTallard and two other generals are in my coach, and I am following the rest.
These Mothers, instead of being able to work for their honest livelihood, are forced to Beg Sustenance for their helpless Infants; who, as they grow up either turnThieves for want of Work; or leave their dear native country, to fight for the Pretender in Spain; or sell themselves to the Barbadoes.jonathan swift
Therefore, give to the poor. I Beg you, I admonish you, I charge you, I command you to give.augustine of hippo
Marie Farrar: month of birth, April Died in the Meissen penitentiary An unwed mother, judged by the law, she will Show you how all that lives, lives frailly. You who bear your sons in laundered linen sheets And call your pregnancies a "blessed" state Should never damn the outcast and the weak: Her sin was heavy, but her suffering great. Therefore, I Beg, make not your anger manifest For all that lives needs help from all the rest.bertolt brecht
Are we not bold to bid a god repent; To break upon his slumbers with our prayers; To watch him day and night; to wear him out With endless supplication? Perhaps to Beg His kind attention to a pleasant tale; To cheat him into pity, and conclude Each story with Prometheus?hartley coleridge
While you lie in the dark, afraid to breathe and you Beg and you promise And you bargain and you plead Sometimes you confuse me with Santa Claus It's the big white beard I suppose. Im going up to the pole, where you folks die of cold I might be gone for a while if you need me.elvis costello
They want liberalization! I'll give them liberalization. I'll loosen the screws until the Americans Beg me to tighten them again.muhammad reza pahlavi
I didn't know you were Catholic. (to Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson as he got down on one knee to Beg Pelosi to find Democratic support for the bailout bill)-2008nancy pelosi
I am much too alone in this world, yet not alone enough to truly consecrate the hour. I am much too small in this world, yet not small enough to be to you just object and thing, dark and smart. I want my free will and want it accompanying the path which leads to action; and want during times that Beg questions, where something is up, to be among those in the know, or else be alone.Rainer Maria Rilke
For what is modesty but hypocritical humility, by means of which, in a world swelling with vile envy, a man seeks to Beg pardon for his excellences and merits from those who have none? For whoever attributes no merit to himself because he really has none is not modest, but merely honest.Arthur Schopenhauer
A compliment is usually accompanied with a bow, as it to Beg pardon for paying it.
Confess debt, and Beg days. Confessing a fault makes half amends for it.
Easiness of desire is a great enemy to the success of a good man's prayer. Our prayers upbraid our spirits when we Beg tamely for those things for which we ought to die; which are more precious than imperial sceptres, richer than the spoils of the sea or the treasures of Indian hills.
Therefore, give to the poor. I Beg you, I admonish you, I charge you, I command you to give.
In our own times, you see, an emperor came to the city of Rome, where there’s the temple of an emperor, where there’s a fisherman’s tomb. And so that pious and Christian emperor, wishing to Beg for health, for salvation from the Lord, did not proceed to the temple of a proud emperor, but to the tomb of a fisherman, where he could imitate that fisherman in humility, so that he, being thus approached, might then obtain something from the Lord, which a haughty emperor would be quite unable to earn.
Now you fear punishment and Beg for your lives, so I will let you free, if not for any other reason so that you can see the difference between a Greek king and a barbarian tyrant, so do not expect to suffer any harm from me. A king does not kill messengers.
Stop dabbling, child, and leave these things alone, I Beg of you!
No, I Beg you, don't!
'Tis a very good world we live in To spend, and to lend, and to give in; But to Beg, or to borrow, or ask for our own; 'Tis the very worst world that ever was known.