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The spectacle [of American politics] resembles that of swarms of insects changing from worms to wings. They must get the wings or ...
Thought can but share
Belief--and the tormented soul,
Changing confession to despair,
Must wear a borrowed robe.
How many councils and decrees
Have perished in the simple prayer
That gave obedience to the knee;
To be innocent is natural, but to die pure of heart--that's a gift.
Joseph, when I had jewels and lands and palaces, I was often weary and discontent. When everything was taken away, except my life, ...
There are no strangers on Christmas Eve.
To tell you the truth, I'm relieved that the Van Ripers are not coming. He's telling the same jokes he told twenty years ago and s ...
Sometimes we have to go through the darkness alone, before we can see the light.
I never saw a Moor--
I never spoke with God
Nor visited in Heaven--
Yet certain am I of the spot
As if the Checks were given--
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