A Troubadour-youth I rambled
With Life for lyre,
The beats of being raging
In me like fire.
(The Dead Man Walking)
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Lifes Little Ironies.
We ought to feel deep cheerfulness that a happy Providence kept it from being any worse.
I am the family face; flesh perishes, I live on.
Never upon me
Had she thrown look of love so thorough-sped!
I prefer the large intention of an unskillful artist to the trivial intention of an accomplished one in other words, I am more interested in the high ideas of a feeble executant than in the high execution of a feeble thinker.
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