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“If no one ever marries me, — / And I don't see why they should, / For nurse says I'm not pretty, / And I'm seldom very good — / If no one ever marries me / I shan't mind very much; / I shall buy a squirrel in a cage, / And a little rabbit-hutch: / I shall have a cottage near a wood, / And a pony all my own, / And a little lamb quite clean and tame, / That I can take to town: / And when I'm getting really old, — / At twenty-eight or nine — / I shall buy a little orphan-girl / And bring her up as mine.”
“Perhaps then, after all, the noblest part of us, the self, that invisible ore which we call soul, is just a drop, as it were, in a great soul-ocean, whose waves wrap creation, and into which we shall fall.”
“Doubt is love's murderer.”
“ ... joy is difficult to express. Perhaps because it is so rare that we have hardly learned its language.”
“When two love, one must love more than the other, and blessed is he who loves best.”
Laurence Alma-Tadema, English writer, poet
(1865 - 1940)
Born: Laurense Tadema