I have received a hurt. Follow me, lady. –
Turn out that eyeless villain. Throw this slave
Upon the dunghill. – Regan, I bleed apace.
Untimely comes this hurt.
– William Shakespeare
King Lear, Act 3, Scene 7. Cornwall is wounded and bleeding, his servant having served up justice for gouging Gloucester’s eyes out. Cornwall tells Regan to throw out the blind Gloucester and dispose of the slain servant’s body on the dung heap.