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ardent
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A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man
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  • An afterglow deepened within his spirit, whence the white flame had passed, deepening to a rose and ardent light.
  • Are you not weary of ardent ways, Lure of the fallen seraphim?
  • Are you not weary of ardent ways?
  • Our broken cries and mournful lays Rise in one eucharistic hymn Are you not weary of ardent ways?
  • He too was weary of ardent ways.
  • Are you not weary of ardent ways, Lure of the fallen seraphim?
  • Are you not weary of ardent ways?
  • Are you not weary of ardent ways?
  • Are you not weary of ardent ways?
  • Did that explain his friend’s listless silence, his harsh comments, the sudden intrusions of rude speech with which he had shattered so often Stephen’s ardent wayward confessions?
  • That rose and ardent light was her strange wilful heart, strange that no man had known or would know, wilful from before the beginning of the world; and lured by that ardent rose-like glow the choirs of the seraphim were falling from heaven.
  • That rose and ardent light was her strange wilful heart, strange that no man had known or would know, wilful from before the beginning of the world; and lured by that ardent rose-like glow the choirs of the seraphim were falling from heaven.

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  • I am her most ardent fan.
  • She is an ardent defender of free speech.

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