Now an ill deed, like milk, doth not change into curds,But it burneth the fool—a live coal 'neath the ashes.72.
May be beatin' Heaven's music 'neath that faded coat and vest.
When they were 'neath the kirk,' he issued from the wood and menaced their further progress.
They cannot move their dead cats while smarting 'neath the cruel English yoke.
Yet ne'er 'neath thee my seat shall beFor ever and for ever.
Of the grip of that Grendel 'neath the great roof upbuilded.
His heroism, to which nought replied,Is here all unavailing; His courage, 'neath its heavy armour failing.
T were well to crush them neath the iron hand of fear, ere they find out this.
But we were in unusually good spirits, cracking jokes 'neath the bright silver moon.
The Vale of neath would be accounted a wonder if it were in Middlesex.