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John Armstrong Quotes: Sometimes pantheists will use the term
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John Armstrong Quote: When the tribal groups of december trade Seated in the figure of crocodile And songs are sung and deals discussed, are made Real. All... For more than one reason they smile. These codes are writ in secret, feeling fine To keep what's private to my self since we All must face our maker in our own ryhme And reasons for being ( from regrets) free So let the memory of your glory Be the tenderness heartfelt love starkly In the sky of my mind vast and pretty Evermore glittering simplicity Where in the truth of country grows sober And sunshines through fog to radiate wonder
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Quotes about John Armstrong: Your friends avoid you, brutishly transform'dThey hardly know you, or if one remainsTo wish you well, he wishes you in heaven.
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Quote about John Armstrong: The blood, the fountain whence the spirits flow The generous stream that waters every part, And motion, vigor, and warm life conveys To every particle that moves or lives.
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John Armstrong Sayings: Toil, and be strong; by toil the flaccid nervesGrow firm, and gain a more compacted tone:The greener juices are by toil subdued,Mellow'd, and subtilis'd; the vapid oldExpell'd, and all the rancor of the blood.
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John Armstrong Saying: The boy may wrestle, when Night--working Fancy steals him to the arms Of nymph oft wish'd awake, and, 'mid the rage Of the soft tumult, ev'ry turgid cell Spontaneous disembogues its lucid store, Bland and of azure tinct.
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Sayings about John Armstrong: Ye youths and virgins, when your generous blood Has drunk the warmth of fifteen summers, now The loves invite; now to new rapture wakes The finish'd sense: while stung with keen desire The madd'ning boy his bashful fetters bursts; And, urg'd with secret flames, the riper maid, Conscious and shy, betrays her smarting breast.
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