Florence Earle Coates Famous Quotes & Sayings

8 Florence Earle Coates Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

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I love, and the world is mine! Florence Earle Coates Sayings: I love, and the world is mine!
The question of perpetual copyright is, in my judgement, entitled to the full and favorable consideration of the Congress of an enlightened republic. There would seem to be every reason for the equitable protection, without limit as to time, of the unquestioned property rights of its citizens. Florence Earle Coates Sayings: The question of perpetual copyright is, in my judgement, entitled to the full and favorable
A man's wisdom is measured by his hope. Florence Earle Coates Sayings: A man's wisdom is measured by his hope.
Fear is the fire that melts Icarian wings. Florence Earle Coates Sayings: Fear is the fire that melts Icarian wings.
The business of art is to enlarge and correct the heart and to lift our ideals out of the ugly and the mean through love of the ideal ... The business of art is to appeal to the soul. Florence Earle Coates Sayings: The business of art is to enlarge and correct the heart and to lift our
THE HOUSE OF PAIN

Unto the Prison House of Pain none willingly

repair, -
The bravest who an entrance gain
Reluctant linger there,
For Pleasure, passing by that door, stays not to

cheer the sight.
And Sympathy but muffles sound and banishes the

light.

Yet in the Prison House of Pain things full of

beauty blow, -
Like Christmas-roses, which attain
Perfection 'mid the snow, -
Love, entering, in his mild warmth the darkest

shadows melt,
And often, where the hush is deep, the waft of

wings is felt.

Ah, me ! the Prison House of Pain ! - what lessons
there are bought ! -
Lessons of a sublimer strain
Than any elsewhere taught, -
Amid its loneliness and gloom, grave meanings

grow more clear,
For to no earthly dwelling-place seems God so
strangely near !
Florence Earle Coates Sayings: THE HOUSE OF PAIN Unto the Prison House of Pain none willingly repair, - The
Maeterlinck says that compared with ordinary truths mystic truths have strange privileges they can neither age nor die. Beauty is eternal and ugliness, thank God, is ephemeral. Can there be any question as to which should attract the poet? Florence Earle Coates Sayings: Maeterlinck says that compared with ordinary truths mystic truths have strange privileges they can neither
But you the pathways of the sky Found first, and tasted heavenly springs, Unfettered as the lark that sings, And knew strange raptures, - though we sigh, "Poor Iccarus!" Florence Earle Coates Sayings: But you the pathways of the sky Found first, and tasted heavenly springs, Unfettered as