Edmund Spenser

1552 - 1599

A Quote by Edmund Spenser on death, deed, men, and words

For deeds to die, however nobly done, And thoughts of men to as themselves decay, But wise words taught in numbers for to run, Recorded by the Muses, live for ay.

Edmund Spenser (1552 - 1599)

Source: The Ruines of Time, 1591

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A Quote by Edmund Spenser on liberty

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What more felicity can fall to creature, Than to enjoy delight with liberty.

Edmund Spenser (1552 - 1599)

Source: Fate of the Butterfly, 1591

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A Quote by Edmund Spenser on deed and manners

The gentle man by gentle deeds in known. For a man by nothing is so well bewrayed, As by his manners.

Edmund Spenser (1552 - 1599)

Source: The Faerie Queene, 1590

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A Quote by Edmund Spenser on bliss, garden, happiness, and immortality

All that in this delightful garden grows, Should happy be, and have immortal bliss.

Edmund Spenser (1552 - 1599)

Source: The Faerie Queene, 1590

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A Quote by Edmund Spenser

Though last, not least.

Edmund Spenser (1552 - 1599)

Source: Colin Clouts Come Home Again

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A Quote by Edmund Spenser on love and reward

All for love and nothing for reward.

Edmund Spenser (1552 - 1599)

Source: The Faerie Queene, 1590

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