|John Bartlett (18201905). Familiar Quotations, 10th ed. 1919.|
|William Allen Butler. (18251902)|
| No record of her high descent|
There needs, nor memory of her name;
Enough that Raphaels colors blent
To give her features deathless fame.
| Incognita of Raphael.|
| Really and trulyIve nothing to wear.|
| Nothing to Wear.|
|Richard Henry Stoddard. (18251903)|
| We have two lives about us,|
Two worlds in which we dwell,
Within us and without us,
Alternate Heaven and Hell:
Without, the somber Real,
Within, our hearts of hearts, the beautiful Ideal.
| The Castle in the Air.|
| Silence is the speech of love,|
The music of the spheres above.
| Speech of Love.|
| Pale in her fading bowers the Summer stands,|
Like a new Niobe with claspèd hands,
Silent above the flowers, her children lost,
Slain by the arrows of the early Frost.
| There are gains for all our losses,|
There are balms for all our pain.
| The Flight of Youth.|
| Joy may be a miser,|
But Sorrows purse is free.
| Persian Song.|
| Not what we would, but what we must|
Makes up the sum of living;
Heaven is both more and less than just
In taking and in giving.
| The Country Life.|