Sir John Denham Quotes

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Sir John Denham

Such is our pride, our folly, or our fate, That few, but such as cannot write, translate. ('To Richard Fanshaw' 1648)
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Actions of the last age are like almanacs of the last year.
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Learn to live well, that thou may'st die so too;
To live and die is all we have to do.
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Darkness our guide, Despair our leader was.
Sir John Denham quote

Uncertain ways unsafest are,
And doubt a greater mischief than despair.
Sir John Denham quote

Whatsoever is worthy of their love is worth their anger.
Sir John Denham quote

Who fears not to do ill fears the name,
And free from conscience, is a slave to fame.
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From Egypt arts their progress made to Greece, wrapped in the fable of the golden fleece.
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English poet, 1615-69

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