Some articles on cold, fallen, fallen cold:
... vast grief and heartache because the Captain has bled and lies still, cold, and dead (lines six through eight) ... Again the poet calls to the Captain as if he had never fallen ... asks if it is some dream (line 15) that the Captain has fallen "cold and dead" ...
... daring But O heart! heart! heart! O the bleeding drops of red, Where on the deck my Captain lies, Fallen cold and dead ... arm beneath your head It is some dream that on the deck, You've fallen cold and dead ... tread, Walk the deck my captain lies, Fallen cold and dead ...
Famous quotes containing the words cold and/or fallen:
“If you see one cold and vehement at the same time, set him down for a fanatic.”
—Johann Kaspar Lavater (17411801)
“We then entered another swamp, at a necessarily slow pace, where the walking was worse than ever, not only on account of the water, but the fallen timber, which often obliterated the indistinct trail entirely. The fallen trees were so numerous, that for long distances the route was through a succession of small yards, where we climbed over fences as high as our heads, down into water often up to our knees, and then over another fence into a second yard, and so on.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)