Cecil Arthur Lewis Quote

And should I not, had I but known, have flung the machine this way and that, once more to feel it live under my hand, have sported in the sky and laughed and sung, knowing that never after should I feel so free, so sure in hazard, so secure, riding the daylight in the pride of youth? No more horizons wider than Hope! No more the franchise of the sky, the freedom of the blue! No more! Farewell to wings! Down to the little earth!


Sagittarius rising (ed. 1936)

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And should I not, had I but known, have flung the machine this way and that, once more to feel it live under my hand, have sported in the sky and...

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And should I not, had I but known, have flung the machine this way and that, once more to feel it live under my hand, have sported in the sky and...

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And should I not, had I but known, have flung the machine this way and that, once more to feel it live under my hand, have sported in the sky and...

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And should I not, had I but known, have flung the machine this way and that, once more to feel it live under my hand, have sported in the sky and...