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to become or cause to become open

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The symbol of dream in this work perhaps emerged not accidentally--after all, exactly in this dream people unclose to the flow of consciousness and admit the words of other world into the unconscious.
Come Holy Spirit To you we would belong Unclose us as you enfold us In the warmth and welcome Of your embrace.
The frailty of the flowers "which unclose / Their trembling eyelids to the kiss of day" (Percy Bysshe Shelley 9-10) is also seen in Shelley's description of Rousseau as like "a shut lily stricken by the wand / Of dewy morning's vital alchemy" (401-02).
Addressing these developments and many others, Achsah Guibbory's Christian Identity, Jews, and Israel in 17th-Century England (Oxford, November) illustrates that these are crucial contexts in which we can read poets like Herrick, Milton, and Dryden, especially when their poems include lines like the latter's apt question, "When will our reason's long-charm'd eyes unclose, / And Israel judge between her friends and foes?
your slightest look easily will unclose me though i have closed myself as lingers, you open always petal by petal myself as Spring opens (touching skilfully,mysteriously)her first rose
Lost centuries of local lives that rose And flowered to fall short where they began Seem now to reassemble and unclose, All resurrected in this single span, Reaching for the world, as our lives do, As all lives do, reaching that we may give The best of what we are and hold as true: Always it is by bridges that we live.
However declassified secret files from the Foreign Office now unclose a much more sinister tale.
Soon as thy letters trembling I unclose, That well-known name awakens all
30pm, not because I was sorry for myself, but because for all those senior citizens fortunate to have the luxury of loving family, there are others that, because of deceased wives, or unclose family ties with children that have grown up and gone to far away parts, there is no future for them.
Abelard's absence is very present; his name on the page awakens her desire, cognitively and emotionally: "Soon as thy letters trembling I unclose, / That well-known name awakens all my woes" (29-30).