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 Henry Austin Dobson once said...

When the brain gets as dry as an empty nut, When the reason stands on its squarest toes, When the mind (like a beard) has a "formal cut,"-- There is a place and enough for the pains of prose; But whenever the May-blood stires and glows, And the young year draws to the "golden prime," And Sir Romeo sticks in his ear a rose,-- Then hey! for the ripple of laughing rhyme!

In Poetry Quotes, by Henry Austin Dobson , Source: The Ballad of Prose and Rhyme

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