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Now Cracks A Noble Heart. Good Night Sweet Prince: And Flights Of Angels Sing Thee To Thy Rest!
~ William Shakespeare, "Hamlet", Act 5 scene 2
Go, Lovely Rose! Tell Her That Wastes Her Time And Me That Now She Knows, When I Resemble Her To Thee, How Sweet And Fair She Seems To Be.
~ Edmund Waller, Go, Lovely Rose: stanza 1
Sick I Am Of Idle Words, Past All Reconciling, Words That Weary And Perplex And Pander And Conceal, Wake The Sounds That Cannot Lie, For All Their Sweet Beguiling; The Language One Need Fathom Not, But Only Hear And Feel.
~ George Du Maurie
As You Cannot Have A Sweet And Wholesome Abode Unless You Admit The Air And Sunshine Freely Into Your Rooms, So A Strong Body And A Bright, Happy, Or Serene Countenance Can Only Result From The Free Admittance Into The Mind Of Thoughts Of Joy And Goodwill And Serenity.
~ James Allen, "As A Man Thinketh"
Friendship Is Always A Sweet Responsibility Never An Opportunity.
~ Kahlil Gibran
Romantic Love Is An Illusion. Most Of Us Discover This Truth At The End Of A Love Affair Or Else When The Sweet Emotions Of Love Lead Us Into Marriage And Then Turn Down Their Flames.
~ Sir Thomas More
How Sweet It Would Be To Treat Men And Things, For An Hour, For Just What They Are!
~ Henry David Thoreau, Simplify Simplify
It Is The Simple Things In Life That Make Living Worthwhile - Sweet Fundamental Things Such As Love.
~ Laura Ingalls Wilde
Dulce Et Decorum Est Pro Patria Mori. Sweet And Fitting It Is To Die For The Fatherland.
~ Wilfred Owen, Poem: Dulce et Decorum est
The Man That Hath No Music In Himself, Nor Is Not Moved With Concord Of Sweet Sounds, Is Fit For Treasons, Stratagems, And Spoils; The Motions Of His Spirit Are Dull As Night, And His Affections Dark As Erebus. Let No Such Man Be Trusted.
~ William Shakespeare, The Merchant of Venice
Every Sweet Has Its Sour; Every Evil Its Good.
~ Ralph Waldo Emerson
Nature, Whose Sweet Rains Fall Of Just And Unjust Alike, Will Have Clefts In The Rocks Where I May Hide, And Secret Valleys In Whose Silence I May Weep Undetected. She Will Hang The Night With Stars So That I May Walk Abroad In The Darkness Without Stumbling, And Send The Wind Over My Footprints So That None May Track Me To My Hurt: She Will Cleanse Me In Great Waters, And With Bitter Herbs Make Me Whole.
~ Oscar Wilde, "De Profundis"
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