Still for us where Cottons mather In the spring the Willas cather As of yore.
David McCord (1897 - 1997)
Source: And What's More: On Stopping at a New Hampshire Inn, 1941
Contributed by: Zaady
But man must light for man The fires no other can, And find in his own eye Where the strange crossroads lie.
Source: Communion, 1950
Your life will be rich for others only as it is rich for you.
Source: On the Frontiers of Understanding, 1959
March is outside the door Flaming some old desire As man turns uneasily from his fire.
Source: The Crows, 1934
The cricket's gone, we only hear machines In erg and atom they exact their pay. And life is largely lived on silver screens.
Source: Ballade of Time and Space, 1935
A handful of sand is an anthology of the universe.
Source: Once and For All
The decent docent doesn't doze; He teaches standing on his toes. His student dassn't doze and does, And that's what teaching is and was.
Source: What Cheer, 1945
Life is the garment we continually alter but which never seems to fit.
Source: Whereas to Mr. Franklin, 1956
By and by God caught his eye.
Source: Epitaphs: The Waiter
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