And the spirits of those who were homing Passed on, rushingly, Like the Pentecost Wind.
More Quotes from Thomas Hardy:A man's silence is wonderful to listen to.
Lifes Little Ironies.
Ah stirring times we live instirring times.
The all-urging Will, raptly magnipotent.
My argument is that War makes rattling good history; but Peace is poor reading.
A well proportioned mind is one which shows no particular bias one of which we may safely say that it will never cause its owner to be confined as a madman, tortured as a heretic, or crucified as a blasphemer. Also, on the other hand, that it will never cause him to be applauded as a prophet, revered as a priest, or exalted as a king. Its usual blessings are happiness and mediocrity.
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