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STOPFORD AUGUSTUS BROOKE
Irish clergyman, critic and essayist
(1832 - 1916)

Writing is not literature unless it give to the reader a pleasure which arises not only from the things said, but from the way in which they are said ; and that pleasure is only given when the words are carefully or curiously or beautifully put together into sentences.
      - [Literature]

A little sun, a little rain,
  A soft wind blowing from the west,
    And woods and fields are sweet again,
      And warmth within the mountain's breast
        A little love, a little trust,
          A soft impulse, a sudden dream,
            And life as dry as desert dust,
              Is fresher than a mountain stream.
      - Earth and Man [Life]


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