a challenge or difficulty
at a great height; in the air
beckon; to call or lead on
a complete pause in a line of poetry; a phrase that ends in the middle of a line of verse
Collection of two lines of poetry
the breaking of a phrase or sentence across two lines of verse
willing, compelled or obliged
a ship propelled by rowers, used for warfare, piracy or trade
customary, accepted behavior
falconer's tool used to entice and control his bird.
a string instrument with wooden body and neck
quiet; gentle; submissive
a Latin phrase meaning 'touch me not'; believed to have been the words spoken by Jesus to Mary Magdelene.
collection of eight lines of poetry
an interjection meaning 'for God's sake'
Ancient Greek philosopher, born 424 BC.
collection of four lines of poetry
collection of five lines of poetry
Seneca - a Roman Stoic philospoher and polymath, born around 4BC.
collection of six lines of poetry
colllection of three lines of poetry
forcefulness or intensity