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WILLIAM GOFFE (GOUGH)
English Puritan leader
(1605 - 1679)

Great sorrows have no leisure to complain:
  Least ills vent forth, great griefs within remain.
      - [Sorrow]

Murder itself is past all expiation,
  The greatest crime that nature doth abhor.
      - [Murder]

My rage is not malicious; like a spark
  Of fire by steel inforced out of a flint
    It is no sooner kindled, but extinct.
      - [Anger]

The sweetest cordial we receive at last,
  Is conscience of our virtuous actions past.
      - [Conscience]


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