To Fantasy pertains to choose.
All this I know : for Fantasy
First unto love did me induce ;
But yet I know as steadfastly,
That if love have no faster knot,
So nice a choice slips suddenly ;
It lasteth not.Author and Text
It lasteth not, that stands by change ;
Fancy doth change ; Fortune is frail ;
Both these to please the way is strange.
Therefore methinks best to prevail,
There is no way that is so just
As truth to lead ; the other fail,
And thereto trust.
But all we in the world pertaine to two princes, eyther to the father of light & truth, or els to the prince of darkenes and lyes.Author and Text
For he could play, and daunce, and vaute, and spring,Complaints Spenser, Edmund 1591
And all that els pertaines to reveling.
Onely through kindly aptnes of his ioynts.
Defy me in these faire termes, and you showAuthor and Text
More then a Mistris to me, no more anger
As you love any thing that’s honourable:
We were not bred to talke, man; when we are arm’d
And both upon our guards, then let our fury,
Like meeting of two tides, fly strongly from us,
And then to whom the birthright of this Beauty
Truely pertaines (without obbraidings, scornes,
Dispisings of our persons, and such powtings,
Fitter for Girles and Schooleboyes) will be seene
And quickly, yours, or mine: wilt please you arme, Sir,
Or if you feele your selfe not fitting yet
And furnishd with your old strength, ile stay, Cosen,
The circle declaring the motion of the indivisible soul, simple, according to the divinity of its nature, and returning into it self; the right lines respecting the motion pertaining unto sense, and vegetation, and the central decussation, the wonderous connexion of the severall faculties conjointly in one substance. And so conjoyned the unity and duality of the soul, and made out the three substances so much considered by him; That is, the indivisible or divine, the divisible or corporeal, and that third, which was the Systasis or harmony of those two, in the mystical decussation.Author and Text
...pertain to my salvation between the Father and me : Such a Spirit and such a Comforter, dwelling in me to quicken, enlighten, and enable me, and to awaken all the powers of my soul…Author and Text
Love’s secrets, being mysteries, ever pertain to the transcendent and the infinite; and so they are as airy bridges, by which our further shadows pass over into the regions of the golden mists and exhalations; whence all poetical, lovely thoughts are engendered, and drop into us, as though pearls should drop from rainbows.Author and Text