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If the end be well, all will be well. [Lat., Si finis bonus est, totum bonum erit.]

End Quotes, by Unattributed Author , Source: Gestoe Romanorum (tale LXVII)

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It ain't over till it's over.

End Quotes, by Unattributed Author , Source: Gestoe Romanorum (tale LXVII)

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Acon his right, Leonilla her left eye Doth want; yet each in form, the gods out-vie. Sweet boy, with thine, thy sister's sight improved: So shall she Venus be, thou God of Love. [Lat., Lumine Acon dextre,--capta est Leonilla sinistre, Et potis est forma vincere uterque dees: Blande puer, lumen quod habes concede sorori, Sic tu caecus Amor, sic erit illa Venus.]

Epigrams Quotes, by Unattributed Author , Source: an epigram said by Warton to be the "most celebrated of modern epigrams", in his "Essay on Pope," I,

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The diamond's virtues well might grace The epigram, and both excel In brilliancy in smallest space, And power to cut as well.

Epigrams Quotes, by Unattributed Author , Source: an epigram said by Warton to be the "most celebrated of modern epigrams", in his "Essay on Pope," I,

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This picture, plac'd the busts between Gives Satire all its strength; Wisdom and Wit are little seen While Folly glares at length.

Epigrams Quotes, by Unattributed Author , Source: an epigram said by Warton to be the "most celebrated of modern epigrams", in his "Essay on Pope," I,

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Yonkers that have hearts of oak at fourscore yeares.

Heart Quotes, by Unattributed Author , Source: Old Meg of Herefordshire

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Listen to the Exhortation of the Dawn! Look to this Day! For it is Life, The very Life of Life. In its brief course lie all the Varieties And Realities of your Existence; The Bliss of Growth, The Glory of Action, The Splendor of Beauty; For Yesterday is but a Dream, And Tomorrow is only a Vision; But Today well lived Makes every Yesterday a Dream of Happiness, And every Tomorrow a Vision of Hope. Look well therefore to this Day! Such is the Salutation of Dawn.

Day Quotes, by Unattributed Author , Source: Salutation of the Dawn, from the Sanscrit

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October's child is born for woe, And life's vicissitudes must know; But lay on Opal on her breast, And hope will lull those woes to rest.

October Quotes, by Unattributed Author , Source: October, in "Notes and Queries", May 11, 1889, p. 371

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The glowing Ruby should adorn Those who in warm July are born, Then will they be exempt and free From love's doubt and anxiety.

July Quotes, by Unattributed Author , Source: July, in "Notes and Queries", May 11, 1889, p. 371

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Who comes with Summer to this earth And owes to June her day of birth, With ring of Agate on her hand, Can health, wealth, and long life command.

June Quotes, by Unattributed Author , Source: June, in "Notes and Queries", May 11, 1889, p. 371

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Who in this world of ours their eyes In March first open shall be wise; In days of peril firm and brave, And wear a Bloodstone to their grave.

March Quotes, by Unattributed Author , Source: March, in "Notes and Queries", May 11, 1889, p. 371

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The children in Holland take pleasure in making What the children in England take pleasure in breaking.

Childhood Quotes, by Unattributed Author , Source: Old Nursery Rhyme

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. . . his master was in a manner always in a wrong Boxe and building castels in the ayre or catching Hares with Tabers.

Imagination Quotes, by Unattributed Author , Source: Letter by F.A. to L.B., reproduced in "Miscell. Antiq. Anglic"

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Imagination is the highest kite one can fly.

Imagination Quotes, by Unattributed Author , Source: Letter by F.A. to L.B., reproduced in "Miscell. Antiq. Anglic"

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When I have been indulging this thought I have, in imagination, seen the Britons of some future century, walking by the banks of the Thames, then overgrown with weeds and almost impassable with rubbish. The father points to his son where stood St. Paul's, the Monument, the Bank, the Mansion House, and other places of the first distinction.

Ruin Quotes, by Unattributed Author , Source: Humourous Thoughts on the Removal of the Seat of Empire and Commerce, in "London Magazine", 1745

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