Rose, acorn

Cymbeline, [2.2.8-19]. Posthumus. “O, vengeance, vengeance!/ Me of my lawful pleasure she restrain’d/ And pray’d me oft forbearance; did it with/ A prudency so rosy the sweet view on ‘t/ Might well have warm’d old Saturn, that I thought her/ As chaste as unsunn’d snow. O, all the devils!/ This yellow Iachimo, in an hour, was ‘t not?/ Or less? At first? Perchance he spoke not, but,/ Like a full-acorn’d boar, a German one,/ Cried ‘O!’ and mounted; found no opposition/ But what he look’d for should oppose and she/ Should from encounter guard.”

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  1. Shakespeare’s Plants (alphabetical) « PLANTS Says:

    […] [3.1.11-25]; damask Coriolanus, [2.1.203-219]; Titus Andronicus, [2.4.16-27;.Cymbeline, [2.2.8-19]; rosy, Cymbeline. [5.5.121-123]; rose-water Taming of the Shrew, [Intro.1.54-57]; Taming of the […]

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