1 Otherwise I am in splendid condition, feel that I am in splendid condition.
2 The sweat was standing on my forehead, and I could feel it trickling down my nose.
3 He spoke enthusiastically, with the love for a fine craft such as some men feel for horses.
4 And human life is in no wise different, though you feel it is and think that you reason why it is.
5 Nor, to this day can I permit my manhood to look back upon those events and feel entirely exonerated.
6 One thing I was beginning to feel, and that was that I could never again be quite the same man I had been.
7 I could feel my knee through my clothes, swelling, and swelling, and I was sick and faint from the pain of it.
8 I've had the feel iv it this long time, and I can feel it now as plainly as I feel the rigging iv a dark night.
9 There seemed a certain spice about it, such as men must feel who take delight in making pets of ferocious animals.
10 There was something ominous about it, and in intangible ways one was made to feel that the worst was about to come.
11 Do you know, I am filled with a strange uplift; I feel as if all time were echoing through me, as though all powers were mine.
12 I remember his putting his hand up to feel of the wound on his head, and my watching the biceps move like a living thing under its white sheath.
13 His height was probably five feet ten inches, or ten and a half; but my first impression, or feel of the man, was not of this, but of his strength.
14 His back was toward me, and at the first feel of my hand he leaped upright in the air and away from me, snarling and turning his head as he leaped.
15 It is the darkness of death, the ceasing to be, the ceasing to feel, the ceasing to move, that is gathering about you, descending upon you, rising around you.
16 Were he not so terrible a man, I could sometimes feel sorry for him, as instance three mornings ago, when I went into his stateroom to fill his water-bottle and came unexpectedly upon him.
17 When viewed in the light of formal logic, there is not one thing of which to be ashamed; but nevertheless a shame rises within me at the recollection, and in the pride of my manhood I feel that my manhood has in unaccountable ways been smirched and sullied.
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