“It is not for man to rest in absolute contentment. He is born to hopes and aspirations as the sparks fly upward, unless he has brutified his nature and quenched the spirit of immortality which is his portion.Rate this quote:(0.00 / 0 votes)
English poet and friend of Wordsworth and Coleridge (1774-1843)
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