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"The cultivation of the mind's garden provides nourishment for the soul of man."  Cicero "Teach him high  thought and amiable words, courtliness and love of truth; all that makes a man."
Alfred Lord Tennyson
"Know ye the land where the Cypress is the emblem of virtuous deeds?"  Lord Byron "Divine Hygeia, from the bending sky, assumes bright Digitalis' dress and air."  Erasmus Darwin "Wake, buried Spirit, quit thy tomb, and thou shade-loving hyacinth be born!"  Ebenezer Elliot of Sheffield
         
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"Let me hear from thee, whereso'er thou art in this world's globe, or I'll send an Iris that shall find thee out."  Shakespeare "...till Daphne, at her own prayer, transformed and took root as a laurel in the grove."
William Wordsworth
"Apollo's laurel bough, which sometime grew o'er the learned man."  Christopher Marlowe "O, such a night, when Medea gathered the enchanted herbs that did renew old Aeson."
William Shakespeare
"Diana's foresters, gentlemen of the shade, minions of the moon."  William Shakespeare
         
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"Shield-like nasturtium, once a graceful youth; a huntsman and a soldier on the Trogan plain."  Rene Rapin "We are slumberous poppies, purple lords of Lethe, sleeping in our crowns, who, perchance, your dreams may know."  Leigh Hunt "Shakespeare gives the greatest width of human passion; Dante, the greatest altitude and greatest depth."
T.S. Eliot

 

"Oh, such a night, when Medea gathered the enchanted herbs that did renew old Aeson."
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