To leave the batt'ry that you make 'gainst mine,Which, like a cherubin, above them hovered.
1、AN EAGLE sat on a lofty rock, watching the movements of a Hare whom he sought to make his prey. An archer, who saw the Eagle from a place of concealment, took an accurate aim and wounded him mortally. The Eagle gave one look at the arrow that had entered his heart and saw in that single glance that its feathers had been furnished by himself. "It is a double grief to me," he exclaimed, "that I should perish by an arrow feathered from my own wings."
2、"God knows," said Gilbert softly. "Great love and great pain might compass we know not what marvels."Arknights(JP)
3、<p>Indie developer Ovidiu Tepes now has a new game, Not Chess, for iOS devices.</p><p>It’s a puzzle game of chess, but it has a twist. You start with a single piece, with other pieces positioned across the board in strategic places. When you manage to capture an enemy chess piece, you instead become that piece and inherit its movement and abilities while also sacrificing the moveset of the piece that came before. You can complete the level by collecting a coin that is located somewhere on the board.</p><p>So it’s not as straightforward as traditional chess, but instead feels like the perfect Frankensteinian creation to blend a centuries old board game with the modern mindset of a strategy games developer. Tepes has created the game to appeal to both new chess players and grandmasters in a fun, interactive way.</p>
4、These players will work according to your strategy-based design to plan and try their best to showcase their winning performance. The whole gameplay rests on your shoulders without any other interruptions.
1、And, true to bondage, would not break from thence,
2、WHEN MAN first saw the Camel, he was so frightened at his vast size that he ran away. After a time, perceiving the meekness and gentleness of the beast's temper, he summoned courage enough to approach him. Soon afterwards, observing that he was an animal altogether deficient in spirit, he assumed such boldness as to put a bridle in his mouth, and to let a child drive him."Do you remember, Anne," said Leslie slowly, "that I once said--that night we met on the shore--that I hated my good looks? I did--then. It always seemed to me that if I had been homely Dick would never have thought of me. I hated my beauty because it had attracted him, but now--oh, I'm glad that I have it. It's all I have to offer Owen,--his artist soul delights in it. I feel as if I do not come to him quite empty-handed."