Since as a child I used to lie
Upon the leaze and watch the sky,
Never, I own, expected I
That life would all be fair.
(He Never Expected Much)
More Quotes from Thomas Hardy:And the spirits of those who were homing Passed on, rushingly, Like the Pentecost Wind.
Ah stirring times we live instirring times.
My argument is that War makes rattling good history; but Peace is poor reading.
A Troubadour-youth I rambled
With Life for lyre,
The beats of being raging
In me like fire.
Nought would he hear;
Then with wild rainy eyes she obeyed,
She chid when her Love was for clinking off wi' her.
A man's silence is wonderful to listen to.
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