But she adores him; she loves him with that mad, bacchantic
ardor which the Roman empress Julia felt for the gladiators, whose magnificent proportions she admired at the circus.
All through the vernal afternoon My other neighbour's children skate A wild Bacchantic
rigadoon On rollers; nor does it abate Till dark; and then his babies cry What time I fain would versify.
It was equally incongruous and slightly Bacchantic.