Blank verse is like the djin in the Arabian Nights; it is either the most terrible of masters, or the most powerful of slaves.
My djin had fastened up his little cart under a tree, and together we clambered the steep path on the slippery red soil.
The djin, however, was not thus to be propitiated, and the gold of the Pharaohs was never found.
My djin had fastened his little cart under a tree, and together we climbed the steep path on the slippery red soil.
If in the raw morning hours a donkey brays, the men are very much perturbed, for they know that the poor beast has seen a djin.
The djin were formerly the souls of a great people inhabiting this region.