Anne Brontë Quote

Say does your heart expand to all mankind
And would you ever to your neighbour do,
— The weak, the strong, the enlightened and the blind —
As you would have your neighbour do to you? And, when you, looking on your fellow men
Behold them doomed to endless misery,
How can you talk of joy and rapture then?
May God withhold such cruel joy from me!


Poems by Currer, Ellis, and Acton Bell (1846) - A Word to the Calvinists (1843)

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