xxx/ellauri139.html on line 330: Farther away from the castle a man, Porphyro, who loves Madeline more than anything, is making his way to the house. He enters, unseen. If anyone finds him he knows that he will be killed. Madeline’s family hates him and holds his lineage against him. While sneaking through the house he comes upon Angela, one of the servants. He begs her to bring him to Madeline’s chamber so that he might show himself to her that night and solidify himself as her true love. After much complaining, she agrees and hides him until it is time.
xxx/ellauri139.html on line 332: When Madeline finally enters the room, undresses, and falls to sleep, Porphyro is watching her. When he decides that she has fallen completely asleep he makes his approach and wakes her with the playing of a flute. She is ripped from a dream in which she was with a heavenly, more beautiful version of Porphyro and is aghast when she sees the real one. She believes for a moment that he is close to death.
xxx/ellauri139.html on line 334: After much convincing Madeline realizes her mistake. Porphyro declares that the two should run away together, since now she knows he is her true love, and escape to a home he has prepared on the “southern moors.” They need to go now while the house is asleep so that her family does not murder him.
xxx/ellauri139.html on line 436: Had come young Porphyro, with heart on fire Jostain Nummi-Pusulasta joku juippi Porfyyri
xxx/ellauri139.html on line 463: Saying, “Mercy, Porphyro! hie thee from this place; Sanoen: Terse, Porfyyri! Antaa vetää täältä!
xxx/ellauri139.html on line 494: “To see thee, Porphyro!—St. Agnes’ Eve! Ja vielä Aunen aattona - aivan pöyristynyt!
xxx/ellauri139.html on line 501: While Porphyro upon her face doth look, Kun sillä aikaa Porfyyri kazelee sen lättyä,
xxx/ellauri139.html on line 523: Quoth Porphyro: “O may I ne’er find grace Sanoi Porfyyri, me vaan sylitysten
xxx/ellauri139.html on line 538: A gentler speech from burning Porphyro; Porfyyri alkaa leppyä ja puhuu sievästi;
xxx/ellauri139.html on line 573: Where Porphyro took covert, pleas’d amain. Porfyyri panee munaa piiloon kohdakkoin,
xxx/ellauri139.html on line 584: Young Porphyro, for gazing on that bed; Nuori Porfyyri, kohta näet lootas!
xxx/ellauri139.html on line 617: Save wings, for heaven:—Porphyro grew faint: Vaan siivet puuttui, ei ihme et otti eteen
xxx/ellauri139.html on line 644: Porphyro gazed upon her empty dress, oli Porfyyri, tunsi olonsa jo kotoxex,
xxx/ellauri139.html on line 715: While still her gaze on Porphyro would keep; Porfyyri natustaa jotain Prustin kexiä,
xxx/ellauri139.html on line 720: “Ah, Porphyro!” said she, “but even now Ai säxe olit Porfyro, vanha tuttu?
xxx/ellauri139.html on line 745: “Porphyro will leave me here to fade and pine.— Vaan niinpä tietysti, sähän sait jo häntää