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A woman scorn'd is pitiless as fate,
For then the dread of shame adds stings to hate.
I can only say that politics, like misery, 'bring a man acquainted with strange bedfellows.'
Countless the various species of mankind, Countless the shades which sep'rate mind from mind; No general object of desire is known, Each has his will, and each pursues his own.
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The future is an opaque mirror. Anyone who tries to look into it sees nothing but the dim outlines of an old and worried face.
December 31, 1826
William Gifford was an English critic, editor and poet, famous as a satirist and controversialist.
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