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JOHN STERLING
Isle of Bute poet and writer
(1806 - 1844)
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Toil, feel, think, hope; you will be sure to dream enough before you die, without arranging for it.
      - [Dreams]

What thing so good which not some harm may bring?
      - [Unhappiness]

The Spice-Tree lives in the garden green,
  Beside it the fountain flows;
    And a fair Bird sits the boughs between,
      And sings his melodious woes.
        . . . .
          That out-bound stem has branches three;
            On each a thousand blossoms grow;
              And old as aught of time can be,
                The root stands fast in the rocks below.
      - The Spice-Tree (sts. 1 and 3) [Spice]


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