But Art, which is long-lived, recks little of Time, an evanescent thing.
Her cup of sorrow is already full, and she recks not if it run over.
Despoiled of his far more precious treasure, what recks he of that?
She builds for infinite years, and recks not the time of building.
Who recks the path which he has trod, when home and happiness are in view?
True, it will cost another six shillings, but she recks not of the expense.
Thus, light-hearted gossip, which talks in headlines, and recks little of the subtler issues of life.
His voice came from the surge of battle, like the cheer of a sailor who recks not for the tempest.
He is the page of Canute himself, a real Wandering Wolf, and recks not whom he attacks.
But history, whether dealing with men or nations, recks little of "what might have been."