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17 Famous Quotes by Bayard Taylor
1/11/1825 - 12/19/1878
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Bayard James Taylor
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When May, with cowslip-braided locks, Walks through the land in green attire. And burns in meadow-grass the phlox His torch of purple fire: . . . . And when the punctual May arrives, With cowslip-garland on her brow, We know what once she gave our lives, And cannot give us now!

May Quotes, by Bayard Taylor , Source: The Lost May

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And far and wide, in a scarlet tide, The poppy's bonfire spread.

Poppies Quotes, by Bayard Taylor , Source: Poems of the Orient--The Poet in the East (st. 4)

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With rushing winds and gloomy skies The dark and stubborn Winter dies: Far-off, unseen, Spring faintly cries, Bidding her earliest child arise; March!

March Quotes, by Bayard Taylor , Source: March

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There's a pang in all rejoicing, And a joy in the heart of pain; And the wind that saddens, the sea that gladdens, Are singing the selfsame strain.

Pain Quotes, by Bayard Taylor , Source: Wind and the Sea

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Shelved around us lie The mummied authors.

Libraries Quotes, by Bayard Taylor , Source: The Poet's Journal--Third Evening

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Higher than the perfect song For which love longeth, Is the tender fear of wrong, That never wrongeth.

Wrongs Quotes, by Bayard Taylor , Source: Improvisations (pt. V)

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But who will watch my lilies, When their blossoms open white? By day the sun shall be sentry, And the moon and the stars by night!

Lilies Quotes, by Bayard Taylor , Source: The Poets' Journal--The Garden of Roses (st. 14)

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Pansies in soft April rains Fill their stalks with honeyed sap Drawn from Earth's prolific lap.

Pansies Quotes, by Bayard Taylor , Source: Home and Travel--Ariel in the Cloven Pine (l. 37)

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And the wind that saddens, the sea that gladdens, Are singing the selfsame strain.

Pain Quotes, by Bayard Taylor , Source: Wind and the Sea

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The bravest are the most tender; the loving are the daring.

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I love thee, I love but thee With a love that shall not die Till the sun grows cold, And the stars grow old...

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Fame is what you have taken, character is what you give; when to this truth you waken then you begin to live

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From the desert I come to thee, On a stallion shod with fire; And the winds are left behind In the speed of my desire.

Miscellaneous Quotes, by Bayard Taylor

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The loving are the daring

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Grant us laughter, ... and grant us a time to enjoy each other.

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The loving are the daring.

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Fame is what you have taken, character is what you give; when to this truth you waken then you begin to live.

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