Corn and trees

Macbeth, [4.1.52-61]. Macbeth. “Though you untie the winds and let them fight/ Against the churches, though the yesty waves/ Confound and swallow navigation up,/ Though bladed corn be lodg’d and trees blown down,/ Though castles topple on their warders’ heads,/ Though palaces and pyramids do slope/ Their heads to their foundations, though the treasure/ Of nature’s germains tumble all together,/ Even till destruction sicken, answer me/ To what I ask you.”

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