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Grocotts Familiar Quotations
, 6th ed.
Grocott & Ward, comps. Grocotts Familiar Quotations, 6th ed.
None without hope eer lovd the brightest fair;
But Love can hope, where Reason would despair.
Let those love now who never lovd before,
And those who always lovd now love the more.
Parnell.The Vigil of Venus, the last Lines.
That agony of heart which they alone
Who best have lovd, who best have been beloved
Can feel or pity.
Rev. W. Mason.The English Garden, Book I.
Tis better to have loved and lost,
Than never to have loved at all.
Tennyson.In Memoriam, XXVII.
How many are not lovd who think they are!
Yet all are willing to believe the fair:
And, though tis Beautys known and obvious cheat,
Yet mans self-love still favours the deceit.
Dryden.The Conquest of Granada, Part II., Act II. Scene 1.
One that lovd not wisely, but too well.
.Othello, Act V. Scene 2. (Othello to Lodovico.)
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