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Foes, friends, men, women, now are nought to me But dreams of what has been, no more to be.

John Byrom Quotes , Source: Epistle to a Friend

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For glances beget ogles, ogles sighs, Sighs wishes, wishes words, and words a letter.

John Byrom Quotes , Source: Epistle to a Friend

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For no one cares for matrimonial cooings, There's nothing wrong in a connubial kiss.

John Byrom Quotes , Source: Epistle to a Friend

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For over-warmth, if false, is worse than truth.

John Byrom Quotes , Source: Epistle to a Friend

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For without transformation Men become wolves on every slight occasion.

John Byrom Quotes , Source: Epistle to a Friend

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Fresh feres will dry the bright blue eye We late saw streaming o'er.

John Byrom Quotes , Source: Epistle to a Friend

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Gaming gains a loss.

John Byrom Quotes , Source: Epistle to a Friend

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Give me the soft sigh, whilst the soul-telling eye Is dimm'd for a time with a tear.

John Byrom Quotes , Source: Epistle to a Friend

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He makes a solitude, and calls it peace.

John Byrom Quotes , Source: Epistle to a Friend

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His eyes Were with his heart. and that was far away.

John Byrom Quotes , Source: Epistle to a Friend

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His tact, too, temper'd him from grave to gay, And taught him when to be reserved or free.

John Byrom Quotes , Source: Epistle to a Friend

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How sweet the task to shield an absent friend! I ask but this of mine to--not defend.

John Byrom Quotes , Source: Epistle to a Friend

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How the devil is it that fresh features Have such a charm for us poor human creatures?

John Byrom Quotes , Source: Epistle to a Friend

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I make a declaration every spring, Of reformation ere the year run out, But somehow this my vestal vary takes wing.

John Byrom Quotes , Source: Epistle to a Friend

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I tell the tale as it was told to me.

John Byrom Quotes , Source: Epistle to a Friend

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If that you have a former friend for foe.

John Byrom Quotes , Source: Epistle to a Friend

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Laughter Leaves us doubly serious shortly after.

John Byrom Quotes , Source: Epistle to a Friend

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My days of love are over: me no more The charms of maid, wife, and still less of widow, Can make the fool of; that they made before: In fact I must not lead the life I did do.

John Byrom Quotes , Source: Epistle to a Friend

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My hair is grey, but not with years.

John Byrom Quotes , Source: Epistle to a Friend

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My soul is dark! oh quickly string The harp I yet can brook to hear.

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My soul is dark! oh quickly string The harp I yet can brook to hear.

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Now, my sere fancy "falls into the yellow Leaf," and imagination droops her pinion; And the sad truth, which hovers o'er my desk, Turns what was once romantic to burlesque.

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Now, my sere fancy "falls into the yellow Leaf," and imagination droops her pinion; And the sad truth, which hovers o'er my desk, Turns what was once romantic to burlesque.

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O ye who teach the ingenuous youth of nations-- Holland, France, England, Germany or Spain; I pray ye flog them upon all occasions, It mends their morals--never mind the pain.

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O ye who teach the ingenuous youth of nations-- Holland, France, England, Germany or Spain; I pray ye flog them upon all occasions, It mends their morals--never mind the pain.

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