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John Bartlett (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
(Thomas) Gerald Massey. (1828–1907)
 
 
1
    In this dim world of clouding cares,
  We rarely know, till wildered eyes
  See white wings lessening up the skies,
The angels with us unawares.
          Babe Cristabel.
2
    There’s no dearth of kindness
  In this world of ours;
Only in our blindness
  We gather thorns for flowers.
          There’s no Dearth of Kindness.
3
    The kingliest kings are crowned with thorn.
          The kingliest Kings.
4
              The time shall come
When man to man shall be a friend and brother.
          Hope on, hope ever.
5
    One sharp stern struggle and the slaves of centuries are free.
          The Patriot.
 

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