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The Strings of Your Soul

From The Ancient Sage by Alfred Tennyson “The days and hours are ever glancing by, And seem to flicker past thro’ sun and shade, Or short, or long, as Pleasure leads, or Pain; But with the Nameless is nor Day … Continue reading

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Will

Will by Alfred Tennyson I “O well for him whose will is strong! He suffers, but he will not suffer long; He suffers, but he cannot suffer wrong: For him nor moves the loud world’s random mock Nor all Calamity’s hugest … Continue reading

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The Glory of Going On

“Tennyson uses the fine phrase, “the glory of going on.” There is tremendous power and influence in plowing through obstacles and opposition as though they did not exist, of remaining calm and undaunted, meeting fate or failure without protest, but … Continue reading

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