John Ford

1586 - 1640

A Quote by John Ford on eternity, fate, thought, and time

Why, I hold fate Clasp'd in my fist, and could command the course Of time's eternal motion, hadst thou been One thought more steady than an ebbing sea.

John Ford (1586 - 1640)

Source: ‘Tis Pity She’s a Whore

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A Quote by John Ford

I have not thoughts Enough to think.

John Ford (1586 - 1640)

Source: The Broken Heart

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A Quote by John Ford on time

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He hath shook hands with time.

John Ford (1586 - 1640)

Source: The Broken Heart

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A Quote by John Ford

Diamond cut diamond.

John Ford (1586 - 1640)

Source: The Lover's Melancholy. Act i. Sc. 1.

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A Quote by John Ford on fate and play

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Tempt not the stars, young man, thou canst not play With the severity of fate.

John Ford (1586 - 1640)

Source: The Broken Heart

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A Quote by John Ford on devil, melancholy, and men

Tell us, pray, what devil This melancholy is, which can transform Men into monsters.

John Ford (1586 - 1640)

Source: The Lady’s Trial

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