|The first excerpt represents the past or something you must release, and is drawn from Westward Ho! by Charles Kingsley:
gallant men!' Them was his very words."
"Why, Captain Will had just come to the Hard--that's to Portsmouth--
to speak with mun, and the barge Royal lay again the Hard--so; and
our boot alongside--so; and the king he standth as it might be
there, above my head, on the quay edge, and she come in near
abreast of us, looking most royal to behold, poor dear! and went to
cast about. And Captain Will, saith he, 'Them lower ports is cruel
near the water;' for she had not more than a sixteen inches to
spare in the nether overloop, as I heard after. And saith he,
'That won't do for going to windward in a say, Martin.' And as the
|The second excerpt represents the present or the deciding factor of the moment, and is drawn from Rinkitink In Oz by L. Frank Baum:
would be folly, to attempt it."
"Then meet his power with cunning," suggested the
Queen. "Take my advice, and steal over to Regos at
night, when it is dark, and capture or destroy the boy
while he sleeps."
"No weapon can touch his body," was the answer. "He
bears a charmed life and cannot be injured."
"Does the fat King possess magic powers, or the
goat?" inquired Cor.
"I think not," said Gos. "We could not injure them,
indeed, any more than we could the boy, but they did
Rinkitink In Oz
|The third excerpt represents the future or something you must embrace, and is drawn from Dreams & Dust by Don Marquis:
I will storm the black bastions of Night!
I will tread where my vision has trod,
I will set in the darkness a light,
In the vastness, a god!"
As the forehead of Man grows broader, so do
And his gods they are shaped in his image, and
mirror his needs;
And he clothes them with thunders and beauty,
he clothes them with music and fire;
Seeing not, as he bows by their altars, that he