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THOMAS CREECH
British translator and writer
(1659 - 1700)

For he that but conceives a crime in thought,
  Contracts the danger of an actual fault.
      - [Crime]

He that commits a sin shall find the pressing guilt lie heavy on his mind.
      - [Guilt]

They that do much themselves deny,
  Receive more blessings from the sky.
      - [Denial]

What studies please, what most delight,
  And fill men's thoughts, they dream them o'er at night.
      - [Dreams]

To admire nothing, (as most are wont to do;)
  Is the only method that I know,
    To make men happy, and to keep them so.
      - Translation Horace (I, ep. VI, 1)
        [Admiration]


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