Paradise Lost: A Poem, in Twelve Books. The Author John Milton. Printed from the Text of Tonson's Correct Edition of 1711. A New Edition, with Notes and the Life of the Author, in Three Volumes, by Thomas Newton, ...
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To attain The height and depth of thy internal ways All human thoughts come
short , Supreme of things ; Thou in thyself art perfect , and in thee Is no deficiency
found ; not so is Man , But in degree , the cause of his desire By conversation with
As when of old some orator renown'd 670 In Athens or free Rome , where
eloquence Flourish'd , since mute , to some great cause address'd Stood in
himself collected , while each part , Motion , each act won audience ere the
Let none henceforth seek needless cause to approve The faith they owe ; when
earnestly they seek 1141 Such proof , conclude , they then begin to fail . To
whom soon mov'd with touch of blame thus Eve . What words have pass'd thy lips
Not high'er that hill or wider looking round , Whereon for diff'rent cause the
Tempter set Our second Adam in the wilderness , To shew him all earth's
kingdoms and their glory . His eye might there command wherever stood City of
old or ...
To which our Sire , 466 Alas , both for the deed and for the cause ! But have I now
seen death ? Is this the way I must return to native dust ? ( ) sight Of terror , foul
and ugly to behold , Horrid to think , how horrible to feel ! To whom thus Michaël .
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A masterpiece classic of English literature.
Worth reading for pretty much everyone. It's universal!
It is really a nice epic based on man's fall and regain.I like this poem.I'm also a poet, wrote many poems.My real name is M.Muzzammil Shah