|John Bartlett (18201905). Familiar Quotations, 10th ed. 1919.|
|Robert William Buchanan. (18411901)|
| Beauty and Truth, tho never found, are worthy to be sought.|
| To David in Heaven.|
| I saw the starry Tree|
Put forth the blossom Time.
| Full of a sweet indifference.|
| I say the world is lovely|
And that loveliness is enough.
| Artist and Model.|
| Believing hath a core of unbelieving.|
| Songs of Seeking.|
| A race that binds|
Its body in chains and calls them Liberty,
And calls each fresh link Progress.
| Political Mystics. Titan and Avatar.|
| Their hearts and sentiments were free, their appetites were hearty.|
| City of the Saints.|
| All that is beautiful shall abide,|
All that is base shall die.
| Balder the Beautiful.|