John Owen ("British Martial") Quotes
4 Famous Quotes by John Owen ("British Martial")
To the sick man the physician when he enters seems to have three
faces, those of a man, a devil, a god. When the physician first
comes and announces the safety of the patient, then the sick man
says: "Behold a God or a guardian angel!"
[Lat., Intrantis medici facies tres esse videntur
Aegrotanti; hominis, Daemonis, atque Dei.
Cum primum accessit medicus dixitque salutem,
En Deus aut custos angelus, aeger ait.]
Quotes, by John Owen ("British Martial") , Source: Works
This day was yesterday to-morrow nam'd:
To-morrow shall be yesterday proclaimed:
To-morrow not yet come, not far away,
What shall to-morrow then be call'd? To-day.
Quotes, by John Owen ("British Martial") , Source: To-Day and To-Morrow (bk. III, l. 50)
Sir Drake whom well the world's end knew
Which thou did'st compass round,
And whom both Poles of heaven once saw
Which North and South do bound,
The stars above would make thee known,
If men here silent were;
The sun himself cannot forget
His fellow traveller.
Quotes, by John Owen ("British Martial") , Source: epigram on Sir Francis Drake, pt. II, 39 of first volume dedicated to Lady Mary Neville