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" Calmness is great advantage : he that lets Another chafe, may warm him at his fire : Mark all his wanderings, and enjoy his frets ; As cunning fencers suffer heat to tire. "
Sacred Prolusions, Or Select Pieces from Bishop Taylor and Mr. Herbert - الصفحة 104
بواسطة Jeremy Taylor, John Wheeldon - 1768 - عدد الصفحات: 133
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The Works of George Herbert: In Prose and Verse

George Herbert - 1865 - عدد الصفحات: 466
...muficians ufe to do, with thole that dance too long Galliards." — BACON'S ESSAYS, xxxii. Calmnefle is great advantage : he that lets Another chafe, may...frets ; As cunning fencers fuffer heat to tire. Truth dwels not in the clouds : the bow that's there Doth often aim at, never hit the fphere. Mark what another...

Lyra sacra, being a collection of hymns ancient and modern, odes and ...

Bourchier Wrey Savile - 1865
...In love I should : but anger is not love, Nor wisdom neither; therefore, gently move. • Calmness is great advantage : he that lets Another chafe, may warm him at his fire, Mark all his wanderings, and enjoy his frets; As cunning fencers suffer heat to tire. Truth dwells not in the clouds:...

The British Poets

1865
...poverty ? In love I should: but anger is not love, Nor wisdom neither ; therefore gently move. Calmness is great advantage : he that lets Another chafe, may warm him at his fire: Mark all his wanderings, and enjoy his frets ; As cunning fencers suffer heat to tire. Truth dwells not in the clouds...

The temple, sacred poems and private ejaculations, with A priest to the ...

George Herbert - 1865
...poverty ? In love I should ; but anger is not love, Nor wisdom neither : therefore gently move. Calmness is great advantage : he that lets Another chafe, may warm him at his fire, Mark all his wanderings, and enjoy his frets-; As cunning fencers suffer heat to tire. Truth dwells not in the clouds;...

The Church Porch, :... [being the Introduction to the Poem Entitled “The ...

George Herbert - 1867
...In love I should : but anger is not love, Nor wisdom neither; therefore gently move. LIU. Calmness is great advantage: he that lets Another chafe, may warm him at his fire : Mark all his wanderings, and enjoy his frets; As cunning fencers suffer heat to tire Truth dwells not in the clouds...

The Living Age ..., المجلد 94

1867
...civilitv plays the rest.' ' Laugh not too mach : the witty man laughs least' In discussion. Calmness is great advantage ; he that lets Another chafe may warm him at his fire.' Kneeling ne'er spoilt silk stocking. Verse like this is sure to accomplish the author's end — ' Find...

Possession and Profession: noon-day meditations for the thoughtful and the ...

Possession - 1870 - عدد الصفحات: 418
...poverty ? In love I should, but anger is not love, Nor wisdom either, therefore gently move. Calmness is great advantage, he that lets Another chafe, may warm him at his fire, Mark all his wanderings, and observe his frets, As cunning fencers suffer heat to tire. Truth dwells not in the...

The English poems of George Herbert, together with his collection of ...

George Herbert - 1871 - عدد الصفحات: 260
...poverty ? In love I should : but anger is not love, Nor wisdom neither; therefore gently move. Calmness is great advantage : he that lets Another chafe, may warm him at his fire : Mark all his wanderings, and enjoy his frets ; As cunning fencers suffer heat to tire. Truth dwells not in the clouds...

The Poetical Works of George Herbert: With a Memoir

George Herbert - 1871 - عدد الصفحات: 256
...poverty ? In love I should : but anger is not love, Nor wisdom neither ; therefore gently move. Calmness is great advantage : he that lets Another chafe, may warm him at his fire : Mark all his wanderings, and enjoy his frets ; As cunning fencers suffer heat to tire. Truth dwells not in the clouds...

Golden leaves from the works of poets and painters, ed. by R. Bell

Robert Bell - 1872
...poverty? In love I should; but anger is not love, Nor wisdom neither: therefore, gently move. Calmness is great advantage. He that lets Another chafe, may warm him at his fire, Mark all his wanderings, and enjoy his frets, As cunning fencers suffer heat to tire. Truth dwells not in the clouds;...




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