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Softly the loud peal dies, In passing winds it drowns, But breathes, like perfect joys, Tender tones.
What would it profit thee to be the first Of echoes, tho thy tongue should live forever, A thing that answers, but hath not a thought As lasting but as senseless as a stone.
Rich apricots, that breathed of mountain flowers.
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It isn't until you begin to fight in your own cause that you (a) become really committed to winning, and (b) become a genuine ally of other people struggling for their freedom.
June 5, 1807
February 26, 1898
Frederick Tennyson was an English poet.
Daphne and Other Poems (1891)
Poems of the Day and Year (1895)
The isles of Greece
Days and Hours (1854)
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