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Top 30 Mrs Patmore Sayings

#1. All reasoning ends in an appeal to self-evidence. - Author: Coventry Patmore
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#2. Uncommon things must be said in common words, if you would have them to be received in less than a century. - Author: Coventry Patmore
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#3. The promises of God are samples of what is promised; as a handful of wheat is of the barn. - Author: Coventry Patmore
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#4. They who ask for no sign shall have many. - Author: Coventry Patmore
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#5. The ardour chills us which we do not share. - Author: Coventry Patmore
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#6. What a Lover sees in the Beloved is the projected shadow of his own potential beauty in the eyes of God. - Author: Coventry Patmore
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#7. It is one thing to be blind, and another to be in darkness. - Author: Coventry Patmore
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#8. O, Heart, remember thee That Man is none, Save One. - Author: Coventry Patmore
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#9. The modern Agnostic improves upon the ancient by adding "I don't care" to "I don't know. - Author: Coventry Patmore
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#10. Great is his faith who dares believe his own eyes. - Author: Coventry Patmore
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#11. Ask abundantly, for the measure of your asking shall be that of your receiving. - Author: Coventry Patmore
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#12. Every evil is some good spelt backwards, and in it the wise know how to read Wisdom. - Author: Coventry Patmore
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#13. The moods of love are like the wind,
And none knows whence or why they rise. - Author: Coventry Patmore
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#14. A saint is a person who does almost everything any other decent person does, only somewhat better and with a totally different motive. - Author: Coventry Patmore
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#15. All the love and joy that a man has ever received in perception is laid up in him as the sunshine of a hundred years is laid up in the bole of the oak. - Author: Coventry Patmore
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#16. Ah, whither shall a maiden flee, When a bold youth so swift pursues, And siege of tenderest courtesy, With hope perseverant, still renews! - Author: Coventry Patmore
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#17. Love wakes men, once a lifetime each; They lift their heavy lids, and look; And, lo, what one sweet page can teach They read with joy, then shut the book. - Author: Coventry Patmore
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#18. The sunshine dreaming upon Salmon's heightIs not so sweet and whiteAs the most heretofore sin-spotted SoulThat darts to its delightStraight from the absolution of a faithful fight. - Author: Coventry Patmore
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#19. If we may credit certain hints contained in the lives of the saints, love raises the spirit above the sphere of reverence and worship into one of laughter and dalliance: a sphere in which the soul says: 'Shall I, a gnat which dances in Thy ray, Dare to be reverent?' - Author: Coventry Patmore
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#20. A woman is a foreign land. - Author: Coventry Patmore
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#21. Kind souls, you wonder why, love you, When you, you wonder why, love none We love, Fool, for the good we do, Not that which unto us is done! - Author: Coventry Patmore
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#22. Books are influential in proportion to their obscurity, provided that the obscurity be that of inexpressible Realities. The Bible is the most obscure book in the world. He must be a great fool who thinks he understands the plainest chapter of it. - Author: Coventry Patmore
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#23. The midge's wing beats to and fro A thousand times ere one can utter O. - Author: Coventry Patmore
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#24. To have noughtIs to have all things without care or thought! - Author: Coventry Patmore
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#25. Let me love Thee so that the honour, riches, and pleasures of the world may seem unworthy even of hatred - may not even be encumbrances. - Author: Coventry Patmore
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#26. Science is a line, art a superficies, and life or the knowledge of God, a solid. - Author: Coventry Patmore
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#27. The more wild and incredible your desire, the more willing and prompt God is in fulfilling it, if you will have it so. - Author: Coventry Patmore
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#28. One fool will deny more truth in half an hour than a wise man can prove in seven years. - Author: Coventry Patmore
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#29. I drew my bride, beneath the moon,Across my threshold; happy hour!But, ah, the walk that afternoonWe saw the water-flags in flower! - Author: Coventry Patmore
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#30. Creation differs from subsistence only as the first leap of a fountain differs from its continuance. - Author: Coventry Patmore
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