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You and I, Ella, we are the failures. We spend our lives fighting to get people very slightly more stupid than ourselves to accept ...
This age-old truth I to thee impart
Act according to the dictates of your art
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Well, it is a good experience, to divest oneself of some tested ideals, some old standbys,
And even finding nothing to put in
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For later in the vast gloom of cities, only there you learn
How the ideas were good only because they had to die,
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Uncomprehending when they have heard, they are like the deaf. The saying describes them: though present they are absent.
A lifetime [or, eternity] is a child playing, playing checkers; the kingdom belongs to a child.
Forgive you?--Oh, of course, dear,
A dozen times a week!
We women were created
Forgiveness but to speak.
It's what you do, unthinking,
That makes the quick tear start;
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We're definite in Nova Scotia--'bout things like ships ... and fish, the best in the world.
I'm a Nova Scotia bluenose. Since I was a baby, I've been watching men look at ships. It's easy to tell the ones they like. You're ...
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