Famous Lines

Water water
We look before and after and pine for

what is not Our sincerest laughter

with pain is fraught
Our sweetest songs are those
Those tell of our saddest thoughts

O lift me as a wave a leaf a cloud
I fall upon the thorns of life I bleed
A heavy weight of hours has chained

and bowed
One too like thee,

tame less and swift and proud

One impulse from the veneral wood
Can teach more of man
Of moral evil and of good
Than all the sages can
(William Wordsworth)

To be or not to be
That is the question
Whether it is nobler in mind to suffer
The slings and arrows of outrageous fortune
Or to take up arms against it
To die to sleep
(William Shakespeare)

The world is a stage and we are merely players
We have our entrances and exits

(William Shakespeare)


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