Archive for June 17th, 2009

To break LOOSE.

To break LOOSE.

To break LOOSE. To gain liberty.
If to break loose from the conduct of reason, and to want
that restraint of examination which keeps us from chusing
the worse, be liberty, madmen and fools are only the free-
men. Locke.
Like two black storms on either hand,
Our Spanish army and the Indians stand;
Where you, like day, broke loose from both appear.  Dryd.