Beauty is a delightful prejudice.— Theocritus
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Faults are beauties in a lovers eye.
Sleeping we imagine what awake we wish; D ogs dream of bones, and fishermen of fish.
Cicala to cicala is dear, and ant to ant, and hawks to hawks, but to me the muse and song.
Age overtakes us all; Our temples first; then on o'er cheek and chin, Slowly and surely, creep the frosts of Time. Up and do somewhat, ere thy limbs are sere.
Even a little gift may be vast with loving kindness.
Beautiful is the bloom of youth, but it lasts only for a short time.
Faults are beauties in a lover's eye.
Beauty is an evil in an ivory setting.
Men shall look on thee and murmur to each other, "Lo! how small Was the gift, and yet how precious! Friendship 's gifts are priceless all.
Youth passes like a dream.
Now begins a torrent of words and a trickling of sense.
Reflect, ere you spurn me, that youth at his sides Wears wings;
and once gone, all pursuit he derides.
The Greeks got into Troy by trying, my pretties; everything's done by trying.
Man will ever stand in need of man.
Trying will do anything in this world.
Verily, great grace may go with a little gift; and precious are all things that come from a friend.
Sameron adion aso I shall sing a sweeter song tomorrow
Faults are beauties, when survey'd by love.
All cats love a cushioned couch.
The godly seed fares well: the wicked's is accurst.
For heaven's eternal wisdom has decreed, That man of man should ever stand in need.