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AESOP {An Evolutionary System for On-line Programming}

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An Evolutionary System for On-line Programming ::: (database) (AESOP) An early interactive query system on the IBM 1800 using a light pen.[AESOP: A Final Report: A Prototype Interactive Information Control System, J.K. Summers et al, in Information System Science and Technology, D. Walker ed, 1967].[Sammet 1969, p. 703]. (1995-04-04)

An Evolutionary System for On-line Programming "database" (AESOP) An early interactive {query system} on the {IBM 1800} using a {light pen}. ["AESOP: A Final Report: A Prototype Interactive Information Control System", J.K. Summers et al, in Information System Science and Technology, D. Walker ed, 1967]. [Sammet 1969, p. 703]. (1995-04-04)

esopian ::: a. --> Of or pertaining to Aesop, or in his manner.
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esopic ::: a. --> Same as Aesopian.
Same as Aesopian, Aesopic.


Panchatantra (Sanskrit) Pañcatantra [from pañca five + tantra book] A collection in five books of philosophical and moral instruction often given in the form of dialogs between birds and beasts as well as humans. It was compiled by Vishnusarman about the end of the 5th century and is the original of the better-known Hitopadesa. The source of many familiar stories and doubtless the remote ancestor of Aesop’s Fables. It was translated into Pahlavi by order of Naushirvan in the 6th century; in the 9th century it appeared in Arabic as Kalila o Damna; it was translated into Hebrew, Syriac, Turkish, and Greek. From these, versions were made into all the languages of Europe, and it became familiar in England as Pilpay’s Fables (Fables of Bidpai).



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1:No act of kindness, no matter how small, is every wasted." ~ Aesop, (c. 620 - 564), a Greek fabulist and storyteller credited with a number of fables now collectively known as "Aesop's Fables," Wikipedia.,

*** WISDOM TROVE ***

1:A kindness is never wasted ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
2:Appearances are deceptive. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
3:Clumsy jesting is no joke. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
4:Don't cry over spilt milk. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
5:Love can tame the wildest. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
6:Self-help is the best help ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
7:Distrust interested advice. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
8:In union there is strength. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
9:Most arguments are useless. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
10:Once a wolf, always a wolf. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
11:Perseverance, Winning, Race ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
12:Distrust unsolicited advice. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
13:Example is the best precept. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
14:Familiarity breeds contempt. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
15:Much outcry, little outcome. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
16:Appearances may be deceiving. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
17:Don't go looking for trouble. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
18:Equals make the best friends. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
19:Implementation beats oration. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
20:Facts speak plainer than words ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
21:I am sure the grapes are sour. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
22:Much wants more and loses all. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
23:Obscurity often brings safety. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
24:Pride goes before destruction. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
25:Slow but steady wins the race. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
26:Acquaintance softens prejudice. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
27:Any excuse will serve a tyrant. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
28:Put your shoulder to the wheel. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
29:Vices are their own punishment. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
30:Appearances are often deceiving. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
31:Appearances often are deceiving. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
32:Be satisfied with what you have. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
33:Do not attempt too much at once. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
34:It is absurd to ape our betters. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
35:Liars often set their own traps. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
36:Little by little does the trick. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
37:Persuasion is better than force. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
38:The great do not always prevail. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
39:The memory of a good deed lives. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
40:The more honor, the more danger. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
41:Each person has his strong point. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
42:Every tale is not to be believed. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
43:United we stand, divided we fall. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
44:A false tale often betrays itself. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
45:A word in season is most precious. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
46:Don't make much ado about nothing. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
47:Only cowards insult dying majesty. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
48:Zeal should not outrun discretion. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
49:Familiarity gives rise to contempt. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
50:Good things come in small packages. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
51:We learn from the things we suffer. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
52:What a splendid head, yet no brain. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
53:Change of habit cannot alter Nature. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
54:It pays to be content with your lot. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
55:Kindness effects more than severity. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
56:Little liberties are great offenses. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
57:Beware of a wolf in sheep's clothing. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
58:Gratitude is the sign of noble souls. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
59:Notoriety is often mistaken for fame. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
60:Please all, and you will please none. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
61:A man is known by the company he keeps ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
62:Example is more powerful than precept. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
63:Wealth unused might as well not exist. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
64:After the rain cometh the fair weather. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
65:It is useless attacking the insensible. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
66:Kindness is more persuasive than force. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
67:Labour is the source of every blessing. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
68:Little friends may prove great friends. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
69:Never soar aloft on an enemy's pinions. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
70:The gods help them who help themselves. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
71:Uninvited guests seldom meet a welcome. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
72:Wise men say nothing in dangerous times ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
73:Adversity tests the sincerity of friends ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
74:If words suffice not, blows must follow. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
75:Those who suffer most cry out the least. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
76:Better to starve free than be a fat slave ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
77:Enemies' promises were made to be broken. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
78:Give assistance, not advice, in a crisis. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
79:He that has many friends, has no friends. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
80:It is easy to despise what you cannot get ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
81:God helps those who have no-cut contracts. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
82:Self-conceit may lead to self destruction. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
83:Straw shows which way the wind is blowing. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
84:Conceit may bring about one's own downfall. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
85:Great determination can overcome most odds. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
86:One story sounds good until another is told ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
87:The cat always leaves a mark on his friend. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
88:We often despise what is most useful to us. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
89:Evil companions bring more hurt than profit. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
90:False friends leave you in times of trouble. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
91:Injuries may be forgiven, but not forgotten. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
92:It is easy to be brave from a safe distance. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
93:It is easy to kick a person when he is down. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
94:None but those who work are entitled to eat. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
95:The hero is brave in deeds as well as words. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
96:The strong and the weak cannot keep company. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
97:Gentle persuasion succeeds where force fails. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
98:In a crisis, give help first and then advice. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
99:The more you want, the more you stand to lose ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
100:The smaller the mind the greater the conceit. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
101:The value is in the worth, not in the number. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
102:Avoid a remedy that is worse than the disease. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
103:Better poverty without care, than riches with. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
104:Do nothing without regard to the consequences. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
105:Don't kill the goose that lays the golden egg. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
106:Persuasion is often more effectual than force. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
107:Being a good example teaches others to be good. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
108:Evil wishes, like chickens, come home to roost. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
109:He who plots to hurt others often hurts himself. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
110:It is possible to have too much of a good thing. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
111:Never trust the advice of a man in difficulties. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
112:There is always someone worse off than yourself. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
113:What's bred in the bone will stick to the flesh. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
114:Every one is more or less master of his own fate. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
115:It is easy to be brave when far away from danger. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
116:It is wise to turn circumstances to good account. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
117:The least outlay is not always the greatest gain. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
118:Those who seek to please everybody please nobody. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
119:A crust in comfort is better than a feast in fear. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
120:He who shares the danger ought to share the prize. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
121:It is not only fine feathers that make fine birds. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
122:Outside show is a poor substitute for inner worth. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
123:After all is said and done, more is said than done. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
124:Do not count your chickens before they are hatched. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
125:Don't be in a hurry to change one evil for another. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
126:The greatest kindness will not bind the ungrateful. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
127:Better a long life of toil than a short one of ease. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
128:Contentment with our lot is an element of happiness. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
129:Don't put off for tomorrow what you should do today. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
130:Keep your place in life and your place will keep you ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
131:Our insignificance is often the cause of our safety. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
132:Our mere anticipations of life outrun its realities. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
133:Do not attempt to hide things which cannot be hidden. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
134:Every man should be content to mind his own business. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
135:It is foolish to try to imitate the skills of others. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
136:Try as one may, it is impossible to deny one's nature ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
137:We can easily represent things as we wish them to be. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
138:We would often be sorry if our wishes were gratified. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
139:Yield to all and you will soon have nothing to yield. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
140:He that is hard to please, may get nothing in the end. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
141:The quarrels of friends are the opportunities of foes. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
142:There can be little liking where there is no likeness. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
143:The tyrant will always find a pretext for his tyranny. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
144:Men often applaud an imitation and hiss the real thing. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
145:Sometimes the slow ones blame the active for the delay. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
146:Uninvited guests are often most welcome when they leave ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
147:We should use our judgment before coming to a decision. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
148:No act of kindness, no matter how small, is ever wasted. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
149:One who steals has no right to complain if he is robbed. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
150:A fair-minded man tries to see both sides of an argument. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
151:It is thrifty to prepare today for the wants of tomorrow. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
152:Destroy the seed of evil, or it will grow up to your ruin. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
153:He that is neither one thing nor the other has no friends. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
154:The safeguards of virtue are hateful to the evil disposed. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
155:The unhappy derive comfort from the misfortunes of others. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
156:A liar will not be believed, even when he speaks the truth. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
157:A person's true nature will reveal itself despite disguise. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
158:Better beans and bacon in peace than cakes and ale in fear. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
159:The loiterer often imputes delay to his more active friend. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
160:To be well prepared for war is the best guarantee of peace. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
161:A fair-minded person tries to see both sides of an argument. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
162:All of us, the great and the little have need of each other. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
163:Be content with your lot; one cannot be first in everything. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
164:Even a hare, the weakest of animals, may insult a dead lion. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
165:We often give our enemies the means for our own destruction. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
166:Better be wise by the misfortunes of others than by your own. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
167:Beware lest you lose the substance by grasping at the shadow. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
168:People often grudge others what they cannot enjoy themselves. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
169:Bad as any government may be, it is seldom worse than anarchy. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
170:Better one safe way than a hundred on which you cannot reckon. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
171:Better to die once and for all, than live in continual terror. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
172:Children are not to be blamed for the faults of their parents. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
173:We should look to the mind, and not to the outward appearance. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
174:Fine clothes may disguise, but silly words will disclose a fool ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
175:He who incites to strife is worse than he who takes part in it. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
176:If you can't say anything nice, then don't say anything at all. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
177:Betray a friend, and you'll often find you have ruined yourself. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
178:If we really want something done, it is best to do it ourselves. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
179:Time and place often give advantage to the weak over the strong. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
180:He is not to be trusted as a friend who illtreats his own family. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
181:Look and see which way the wind blows before you commit yourself. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
182:We like other people to show themselves to us as they really are. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
183:It is one thing to conceive a good plan, and another to execute it ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
184:Never trust advice from a man in the throes of his own difficulty. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
185:Fools take to themselves the respect that is given to their office. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
186:Others may try to feed our ego, but it is up to us to constrain it. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
187:A crust eaten in peace is better than a banquet partaken in anxiety. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
188:Beware that you do not lose the substance by grasping at the shadow. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
189:If you don't want to lose, you should wait for the right opportunity ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
190:In critical moments even the very powerful have need of the weakest. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
191:I thought these grapes were ripe, but I see now they are quite sour. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
192:No argument, no matter how convincing, will give courage to a coward ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
193:He that is discontented in one place will seldom be happy in another. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
194:We hang the petty thieves and appoint the great ones to public office. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
195:Those who cry the loudest are not always the ones who are hurt the most ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
196:You will only injure yourself if you take notice of despicable enemies. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
197:The grateful heart will always find opportunities to show its gratitude. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
198:You may share the labors of the great, but you will not share the spoil. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
199:Better to learn wisdom from other people's misfortunes than from your own. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
200:The injuries we do and those we suffer are seldom weighed in the same scales. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
201:Faithful are the wounds of a friend; but the kisses of an enemy are deceitful. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
202:He collected audiences around him, and flourished and exhibited and harangued. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
203:You can fool people some of the time, but you can't fool them all of the time. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
204:Always stop to think whether your fun may be the cause of another's unhappiness ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
205:Benefits bestowed upon the evil-disposed, increase their means of injuring you. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
206:He that always gives way to others will end in having no principles of his own. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
207:The desire for imaginary benefits often involves the loss of present blessings. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
208:If you allow men to use you for your own purposes, they will use you for theirs. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
209:Poverty with security is better than plenty in the midst of fear and uncertainty. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
210:Men often bear little grievances with less courage than they do large misfortunes. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
211:Your birthday is the vintage of your wine; the mark that warns you of your future. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
212:I will have nought to do with a man who can blow hot and cold with the same breath. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
213:Those who enter through the back door can expect to be shown out through the window ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
214:All men are more concerned to recover what they lose than to acquire what they lack. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
215:If you are a friend, why do you bite me so hard? If an enemy, why do you fawn on me? ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
216:It is in vain to expect our prayers to be heard, if we do not strive as well as pray. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
217:The fly sat upon the axel-tree of the chariot-wheel and said, What a dust do I raise! ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
218:Those who return evil for good should not expect the kindness of others to last long. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
219:It is easier to become entangled with an enemy than to disentangle oneself afterwards. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
220:Whoever neglects old friends for the sake of new deserves what e gets if he loses both ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
221:If you choose bad companions, no one will believe that you are anything but bad yourself. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
222:If you had half as much brains as you have beard, you would have looked before you leaped. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
223:We should find out as much as possible about someone before coming into conflict with him. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
224:It is one thing to say that something should be done, but quite a different matter to do it. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
225:Those who assume a character which does not belong to them, only make themselves ridiculous. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
226:Don't neglect the future in times of plenty, for tomorrow you may need what you wasted today. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
227:Here is an Unity Quote that we have all known since school: United we stand; divided we fall. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
228:In serving the wicked, expect no reward, and be thankful if you escape injury for your pains. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
229:The fly sat upon the axel-tree of the chariot-wheel and said, &
230:Expect no reward when you serve the wicked, and be thankful if you escape injury for your pain ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
231:It is with our passions as it is with fire and water, they are good servants, but bad masters. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
232:A consciousness of misfortunes arising from a man's own misconduct aggravates their bitterness. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
233:Every truth has two sides; it is as well to look at both, before we commit ourselves to either. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
234:If you were foolish enough to sing all the summer, you must dance supperless to bed in the winter. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
235:Be content with what nature made you, or run the risk of earning contempt by trying to be what you're not. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
236:The little reed, bending to the force of the wind, soon stood upright again when the storm had passed over. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
237:Thinking to get at once all the gold the goose could give, he killed it and opened it only to find-nothing. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
238:If you are wise you won't be deceived by the innocent airs of those whom you have once found to be dangerous. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
239:It is with our Passions, as it is with Fire and Water, they are &
240:Forbear harping on what was of yore, for it is the common lot of mortals to sustain the ups and downs of fortune. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
241:The level of our success is limited only by our imagination and no act of kindness, however small, is ever wasted. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
242:Affairs are easier of entrance than of exit; and it is but common prudence to see our way out before we venture in. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
243:A doubtful friend is worse than a certain enemy. Let a man be one thing or the other, and we then know how to meet him. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
244:While I see many hoof marks going in, I see none coming out. It is easier to get into the enemy's toils than out again. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
245:Those who voluntarily put power into the hands of a tyrant ... must not wonder if it be at last turned against themselves. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
246:There are many statues of men slaying lions, but if only the lions were sculptors there might be quite a different set of statues. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
247:If these town gods can't detect the thieves who steal from their own temples, it's hardly likely they'll tell me who stole my spade. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
248:The haft of the arrow had been feathered with one of the eagle's own Lures. We often give our enemies the means of our own destruction. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
249:The shaft of the arrow had been feathered with one of the eagle's own plumes. We often give our enemies the means of our own destruction. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
250:Don't let your special character and values, the secret that you know and no one else does, the truth - don't let that get swallowed up by the great chewing complacency. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
251:If you wish me well, do not stand pitying me, but lend me some succour as fast as you can; for pity is but cold comfort when one is up to the chin in water, and within a hair's breadth of starving or drowning. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
252:An oak and a reed were arguing about their strength. When a strong wind came up, the reed avoided being uprooted by bending and leaning with the gusts of wind. But the oak stood firm and was torn up by the roots. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
253:A Fox entered the house of an actor and, rummaging through all his properties, came upon a Mask, an admirable imitation of a human head. He placed his paws on it and said, "What a beautiful head! Yet it is of no value, as it entirely lacks brains." ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
254:Pray do not grieve so; but go and take a stone, and place it in the hole, and fancy that the gold is still lying there. It will do you quite the same service; for when the gold was there, you had it not, as you did not make the slightest use of it. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
255:Every man carries two bags about him, one in front and one behind, and both are full of faults. The bag in front contains his neighbors' faults, the one behind his own. Hence it is that men do not see their own faults, but never fail to see those of others. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
256:once upon a time all the rivers combined to protest against the action of the sea in making their waters salt. "When we come to you," sad they to the sea, "we are sweet and drinkable; but when once we have mingled with you, our waters become as briny and unpalatable as your own." The sea replied shortly, "Keep away from me, and you'll remain sweet. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
257:A wild boar was sharpening his tusks upon the trunk of a tree in the forest when a fox came by and asked, Why are you doing that, pray? The huntsmen are not out today and there are no other dangers at hand that I can see. True, my friend, replied the Boar, but the instant my life is in danger, I shall need to use my tusks. There will be no time to sharpen them then. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
258:There was once a Bald Man who sat down after work on a hot summer's day. A Fly came up and kept buzzing about his bald pate, and stinging him from time to time. The Man aimed a blow at his little enemy, but — whack — his palm came on his head instead; again the Fly tormented him, but this time the Man was wiser and said: YOU WILL ONLY INJURE YOURSELF IF YOU TAKE NOTICE OF DISPICABLE ENEMIES. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
259:There once was a Bald Man who sat down after work on a hot summer's day. A Fly came up and kept buzzing about his bald pate, and stinging him from time to time. The Man aimed a blow at his little enemy, but - whack - his palm come on his own head instead; again the Fly tormented him, but this time the Man was wiser and said: YOU WILL ONLY INJURE YOURSELF IF YOU TAKE NOTICE OF DISPICABLE ENEMIES. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove
260:Now we the American working population Hate the fact that eight hours a day Is wasted on chasing the dream of someone that isn't us. And we may not hate our jobs, But we hate jobs in general That don't have to do with fighting our own causes. We the American working population Hate the nine-to-five, day-in day-out When we'd rather be supporting ourselves By being paid to perfect the pastimes That we have harbored based solely on the fact That it makes us smile if it sounds dope. ~ aesop, @wisdomtrove

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1:A kindness is never wasted ~ Aesop,
2:Appearances are deceiving. ~ Aesop,
3:Appearances are deceptive. ~ Aesop,
4:began to caw her best, but ~ Aesop,
5:Clumsy jesting is no joke. ~ Aesop,
6:Don't cry over spilt milk. ~ Aesop,
7:Love can tame the wildest. ~ Aesop,
8:Self-help is the best help ~ Aesop,
9:The North Wind and the Sun ~ Aesop,
10:.Clumsy jesting is no joke. ~ Aesop,
11:Distrust interested advice. ~ Aesop,
12:In union there is strength. ~ Aesop,
13:Most arguments are useless. ~ Aesop,
14:Once a wolf, always a wolf. ~ Aesop,
15:Self-help is the best help. ~ Aesop,
16:Distrust unsolicited advice. ~ Aesop,
17:Example is the best precept. ~ Aesop,
18:Familiarity breeds contempt. ~ Aesop,
19:In union, there is strength. ~ Aesop,
20:Much outcry, little outcome. ~ Aesop,
21:Appearances may be deceiving. ~ Aesop,
22:Don't go looking for trouble. ~ Aesop,
23:Equals make the best friends. ~ Aesop,
24:Implementation beats oration. ~ Aesop,
25:No gratitude from the wicked. ~ Aesop,
26:The covetous are poor givers. ~ Aesop,
27:Any excuse will serve a tyrant ~ Aesop,
28:Facts speak plainer than words ~ Aesop,
29:I am sure the grapes are sour. ~ Aesop,
30:Much wants more and loses all. ~ Aesop,
31:Obscurity often brings safety. ~ Aesop,
32:Pride goes before destruction. ~ Aesop,
33:Slow and steady wins the race. ~ Aesop,
34:Slow but steady wins the race. ~ Aesop,
35:Vices are their own punishment ~ Aesop,
36:Acquaintance softens prejudice. ~ Aesop,
37:Any excuse will serve a tyrant. ~ Aesop,
38:Better no rule than cruel rule. ~ Aesop,
39:Put your shoulder to the wheel. ~ Aesop,
40:Appearances are often deceiving. ~ Aesop,
41:Appearances often are deceiving. ~ Aesop,
42:Be satisfied with what you have. ~ Aesop,
43:Do not attempt too much at once. ~ Aesop,
44:It is absurd to ape our betters. ~ Aesop,
45:Liars often set their own traps. ~ Aesop,
46:Little by little does the trick. ~ Aesop,
47:Persuasion is better than force. ~ Aesop,
48:The great do not always prevail. ~ Aesop,
49:The memory of a good deed lives. ~ Aesop,
50:The more honor, the more danger. ~ Aesop,
51:Each person has his strong point. ~ Aesop,
52:Every tale is not to be believed. ~ Aesop,
53:United we stand, divided we fall. ~ Aesop,
54:United we stand; divided we fall. ~ Aesop,
55:A false tale often betrays itself. ~ Aesop,
56:A word in season is most precious. ~ Aesop,
57:Birds of a feather flock together. ~ Aesop,
58:Do not waste your pity on a scamp. ~ Aesop,
59:Don't make much ado about nothing. ~ Aesop,
60:No act of kindness is ever wasted. ~ Aesop,
61:Only cowards insult dying majesty. ~ Aesop,
62:Pleasure bought with pains, hurts. ~ Aesop,
63:Zeal should not outrun discretion. ~ Aesop,
64:Familiarity gives rise to contempt. ~ Aesop,
65:Good things come in small packages. ~ Aesop,
66:We learn from the things we suffer. ~ Aesop,
67:What a splendid head, yet no brain. ~ Aesop,
68:Change of habit cannot alter Nature. ~ Aesop,
69:It pays to be content with your lot. ~ Aesop,
70:Kindness effects more than severity. ~ Aesop,
71:Little liberties are great offenses. ~ Aesop,
72:Beware of a wolf in sheep's clothing. ~ Aesop,
73:Gratitude is the sign of noble souls. ~ Aesop,
74:Necessity is the mother of invention. ~ Aesop,
75:Notoriety is often mistaken for fame. ~ Aesop,
76:Please all, and you will please none. ~ Aesop,
77:Who acts in haste repents at leisure. ~ Aesop,
78:A man is known by the company he keeps ~ Aesop,
79:Example is more powerful than precept. ~ Aesop,
80:it, for numbers of Rooks and starlings ~ Aesop,
81:Kindness is thrown away upon the evil. ~ Aesop,
82:Wealth unused might as well not exist. ~ Aesop,
83:After the rain cometh the fair weather. ~ Aesop,
84:A man is known by the company he keeps. ~ Aesop,
85:It is useless attacking the insensible. ~ Aesop,
86:Kindness is more persuasive than force. ~ Aesop,
87:Labour is the source of every blessing. ~ Aesop,
88:Little friends may prove great friends. ~ Aesop,
89:Never soar aloft on an enemy's pinions. ~ Aesop,
90:The gods help them who help themselves. ~ Aesop,
91:Uninvited guests seldom meet a welcome. ~ Aesop,
92:Wise men say nothing in dangerous times ~ Aesop,
93:Adversity tests the sincerity of friends ~ Aesop,
94:Fair weather friends are not worth much. ~ Aesop,
95:If words suffice not, blows must follow. ~ Aesop,
96:I'm Mozart with a focus on the tide ~ Aesop Rock,
97:One story is good, till another is told. ~ Aesop,
98:The gods help them that help themselves. ~ Aesop,
99:Those who suffer most cry out the least. ~ Aesop,
100:Better to starve free than be a fat slave ~ Aesop,
101:Enemies' promises were made to be broken. ~ Aesop,
102:Give assistance, not advice, in a crisis. ~ Aesop,
103:He that has many friends, has no friends. ~ Aesop,
104:It is easy to despise what you cannot get ~ Aesop,
105:It is easy to be brave at a safe distance. ~ Aesop,
106:...I've never had a dream in my life, ~ Aesop Rock,
107:Misfortune tests the sincerity of friends. ~ Aesop,
108:Self-conceit may lead to self destruction. ~ Aesop,
109:Straw shows which way the wind is blowing. ~ Aesop,
110:Conceit may bring about one's own downfall. ~ Aesop,
111:Great determination can overcome most odds. ~ Aesop,
112:Injuries may be forgiven, but not forgotten ~ Aesop,
113:Now we the American working population ~ Aesop Rock,
114:One story sounds good until another is told ~ Aesop,
115:The cat always leaves a mark on his friend. ~ Aesop,
116:We often despise what is most useful to us. ~ Aesop,
117:Evil companions bring more hurt than profit. ~ Aesop,
118:Evil wishes, like fowls, come home to roost. ~ Aesop,
119:False friends leave you in times of trouble. ~ Aesop,
120:Injuries may be forgiven, but not forgotten. ~ Aesop,
121:It is easy to be brave from a safe distance. ~ Aesop,
122:It is easy to kick a person when he is down. ~ Aesop,
123:None but those who work are entitled to eat. ~ Aesop,
124:The hero is brave in deeds as well as words. ~ Aesop,
125:The strong and the weak cannot keep company. ~ Aesop,
126:Gentle persuasion succeeds where force fails. ~ Aesop,
127:In a crisis, give help first and then advice. ~ Aesop,
128:In trying to please all, he had pleased none. ~ Aesop,
129:Misfortune tests the sincerity of friendship. ~ Aesop,
130:No arguments will give courage to the coward. ~ Aesop,
131:The more you want, the more you stand to lose ~ Aesop,
132:The smaller the mind the greater the conceit. ~ Aesop,
133:The value is in the worth, not in the number. ~ Aesop,
134:Avoid a remedy that is worse than the disease. ~ Aesop,
135:Better poverty without care, than riches with. ~ Aesop,
136:Do nothing without regard to the consequences. ~ Aesop,
137:Don't kill the goose that lays the golden egg. ~ Aesop,
138:Persuasion is often more effectual than force. ~ Aesop,
139:The smaller the mind, the greater the conceit. ~ Aesop,
140:Being a good example teaches others to be good. ~ Aesop,
141:Evil wishes, like chickens, come home to roost. ~ Aesop,
142:God helps those who have no-cut contracts. ~ Aesop Rock,
143:It is easy to propose impossible remedies." The ~ Aesop,
144:Nilai cela sering dianggap sebagai kemasyhuran. ~ Aesop,
145:Boasters brag most when they cannot be detected. ~ Aesop,
146:He who plots to hurt others often hurts himself. ~ Aesop,
147:It is in vain to expect our prayers to be heard. ~ Aesop,
148:It is possible to have too much of a good thing. ~ Aesop,
149:Never trust the advice of a man in difficulties. ~ Aesop,
150:Some remedies are worse than the disease itself. ~ Aesop,
151:Tahu berterima kasih adalah tanda sikap ksatria. ~ Aesop,
152:There is always someone worse off than yourself. ~ Aesop,
153:What is most truly valuable is often underrated. ~ Aesop,
154:What's bred in the bone will stick to the flesh. ~ Aesop,
155:Every one is more or less master of his own fate. ~ Aesop,
156:It is wise to turn circumstances to good account. ~ Aesop,
157:No arguments will give courage to the coward. The ~ Aesop,
158:The least outlay is not always the greatest gain. ~ Aesop,
159:Those who seek to please everybody please nobody. ~ Aesop,
160:A crust in comfort is better than a feast in fear. ~ Aesop,
161:Do not attempt to hide things which cannot be hid. ~ Aesop,
162:Do not count your chickens before they are hatched ~ Aesop,
163:He who shares the danger ought to share the prize. ~ Aesop,
164:It is not only fine feathers that make fine birds. ~ Aesop,
165:Outside show is a poor substitute for inner worth. ~ Aesop,
166:Precious things are for those that can prize them. ~ Aesop,
167:After all is said and done, more is said than done. ~ Aesop,
168:Armchair hater, I wouldn't piss on your coffin ~ Aesop Rock,
169:Do not count your chickens before they are hatched. ~ Aesop,
170:Don't be in a hurry to change one evil for another. ~ Aesop,
171:Eva, can I pose as Aesop in a cave?"
No, Don. ~ Jon Agee,
172:No one believes a liar even when he tells the truth ~ Aesop,
173:The greatest kindness will not bind the ungrateful. ~ Aesop,
174:They had then got to a bridge over the river, where ~ Aesop,
175:Better a long life of toil than a short one of ease. ~ Aesop,
176:Contentment with our lot is an element of happiness. ~ Aesop,
177:Do not be in a hurry to change one evil for another. ~ Aesop,
178:Don't put off for tomorrow what you should do today. ~ Aesop,
179:Keep your place in life and your place will keep you ~ Aesop,
180:Not all creatures can become as great as they think. ~ Aesop,
181:Our insignificance is often the cause of our safety. ~ Aesop,
182:Our mere anticipations of life outrun its realities. ~ Aesop,
183:Do not attempt to hide things which cannot be hidden. ~ Aesop,
184:Every man should be content to mind his own business. ~ Aesop,
185:It is foolish to try to imitate the skills of others. ~ Aesop,
186:It is thrifty to prepare today for wants of tomorrow. ~ Aesop,
187:Try as one may, it is impossible to deny one's nature ~ Aesop,
188:We can easily represent things as we wish them to be. ~ Aesop,
189:We would often be sorry if our wishes were gratified. ~ Aesop,
190:Yield to all and you will soon have nothing to yield. ~ Aesop,
191:Gratitude is the sign of noble souls. —AESOP ~ Anthony Robbins,
192:He that is hard to please, may get nothing in the end. ~ Aesop,
193:The quarrels of friends are the opportunities of foes. ~ Aesop,
194:There can be little liking where there is no likeness. ~ Aesop,
195:The tyrant will always find a pretext for his tyranny. ~ Aesop,
196:Too bad your inner sheep never forgets to follow. ~ Aesop Rock,
197:If men had all they wished, they would be often ruined. ~ Aesop,
198:Men often applaud an imitation and hiss the real thing. ~ Aesop,
199:Sometimes the slow ones blame the active for the delay. ~ Aesop,
200:Uninvited guests are often most welcome when they leave ~ Aesop,
201:We should use our judgment before coming to a decision. ~ Aesop,
202:No act of kindness, no matter how small, is ever wasted. ~ Aesop,
203:One who steals has no right to complain if he is robbed. ~ Aesop,
204:It is thrifty to prepare today for the wants of tomorrow. ~ Aesop,
205:A liar will not be believed even when he speaks the truth. ~ Aesop,
206:Destroy the seed of evil, or it will grow up to your ruin. ~ Aesop,
207:He that is neither one thing nor the other has no friends. ~ Aesop,
208:The alleycats manipulate the blocks with gutter magic ~ Aesop Rock,
209:The loiterer often blames delay on his more active friend. ~ Aesop,
210:The safeguards of virtue are hateful to the evil disposed. ~ Aesop,
211:The unhappy derive comfort from the misfortunes of others. ~ Aesop,
212:A liar will not be believed, even when he speaks the truth. ~ Aesop,
213:A person's true nature will reveal itself despite disguise. ~ Aesop,
214:Better beans and bacon in peace than cakes and ale in fear. ~ Aesop,
215:If men had all they wished, they would be often ruined. The ~ Aesop,
216:The loiterer often imputes delay to his more active friend. ~ Aesop,
217:To be well prepared for war is the best guarantee of peace. ~ Aesop,
218:We often give our enemies the means for our own destruction ~ Aesop,
219:A fair-minded person tries to see both sides of an argument. ~ Aesop,
220:All of us, the great and the little have need of each other. ~ Aesop,
221:Be content with your lot; one cannot be first in everything. ~ Aesop,
222:Even a hare, the weakest of animals, may insult a dead lion. ~ Aesop,
223:We often give our enemies the means for our own destruction. ~ Aesop,
224:Be content with your lot; once cannot be first in everything. ~ Aesop,
225:Better be wise by the misfortunes of others than by your own. ~ Aesop,
226:Beware lest you lose the substance by grasping at the shadow. ~ Aesop,
227:It takes great skill to do the right thing at the right time. ~ Aesop,
228:People often grudge others what they cannot enjoy themselves. ~ Aesop,
229:Bad as any government may be, it is seldom worse than anarchy. ~ Aesop,
230:Better one safe way than a hundred on which you cannot reckon. ~ Aesop,
231:Better to die once and for all, than live in continual terror. ~ Aesop,
232:Children are not to be blamed for the faults of their parents. ~ Aesop,
233:We should look to the mind, and not to the outward appearance. ~ Aesop,
234:Desde entonces a Eros y el pudor no se les volvió a ver juntos. ~ Aesop,
235:Fine clothes may disguise, but silly words will disclose a fool ~ Aesop,
236:He who incites to strife is worse than he who takes part in it. ~ Aesop,
237:If you can't say anything nice, then don't say anything at all. ~ Aesop,
238:Betray a friend, and you'll often find you have ruined yourself. ~ Aesop,
239:Do not tell others how to act unless you can set a good example. ~ Aesop,
240:If we really want something done, it is best to do it ourselves. ~ Aesop,
241:Servants don't know a good master till they have served a worse. ~ Aesop,
242:Time and place often give advantage to the weak over the strong. ~ Aesop,
243:He is not to be trusted as a friend who illtreats his own family. ~ Aesop,
244:Look and see which way the wind blows before you commit yourself. ~ Aesop,
245:We like other people to show themselves to us as they really are. ~ Aesop,
246:It is one thing to conceive a good plan, and another to execute it ~ Aesop,
247:Never trust advice from a man in the throes of his own difficulty. ~ Aesop,
248:Oh, stop! stop! I beg of you: what is sport to you is death to us. ~ Aesop,
249:Fools take to themselves the respect that is given to their office. ~ Aesop,
250:Others may try to feed our ego, but it is up to us to constrain it. ~ Aesop,
251:A crust eaten in peace is better than a banquet partaken in anxiety. ~ Aesop,
252:Better poverty without a care than wealth with its many obligations. ~ Aesop,
253:Da bi vidjeli smrt neprijatelja, neki su spremni vidjeti i vlastitu. ~ Aesop,
254:If you don't want to lose, you should wait for the right opportunity ~ Aesop,
255:In critical moments even the very powerful have need of the weakest. ~ Aesop,
256:I thought these grapes were ripe, but I see now they are quite sour. ~ Aesop,
257:No argument, no matter how convincing, will give courage to a coward ~ Aesop,
258:He that is discontented in one place will seldom be happy in another. ~ Aesop,
259:THE WOLF AND THE LAMB A Wolf came upon a Lamb straying from the flock, ~ Aesop,
260:We hang the petty thieves and appoint the great ones to public office. ~ Aesop,
261:Those who cry the loudest are not always the ones who are hurt the most ~ Aesop,
262:You will only injure yourself if you take notice of despicable enemies. ~ Aesop,
263:Always remember that you are absolutely unique. Just like everyone else. ~ Aesop,
264:The grateful heart will always find opportunities to show its gratitude. ~ Aesop,
265:Tut, man, don't sprawl there. Get up and put your shoulder to the wheel. ~ Aesop,
266:You may share the labors of the great, but you will not share the spoil. ~ Aesop,
267:A man who looks to his friends for help will take his time about a thing. ~ Aesop,
268:Better to learn wisdom from other people's misfortunes than from your own. ~ Aesop,
269:I can't be friends with a man who blows hot and cold with the same breath. ~ Aesop,
270:The injury we do and the one we suffer are not weighed in the same scales. ~ Aesop,
271:No one truly forgets injuries in the presence of him who caused the injury. ~ Aesop,
272:I'm just tryin to be somebody I can talk to in the morning with a smile. ~ Aesop Rock,
273:The injuries we do and those we suffer are seldom weighed in the same scales. ~ Aesop,
274:Faithful are the wounds of a friend; but the kisses of an enemy are deceitful. ~ Aesop,
275:He collected audiences around him, and flourished and exhibited and harangued. ~ Aesop,
276:You can fool people some of the time, but you can't fool them all of the time. ~ Aesop,
277:Always stop to think whether your fun may be the cause of another's unhappiness ~ Aesop,
278:Benefits bestowed upon the evil-disposed, increase their means of injuring you. ~ Aesop,
279:He that always gives way to others will end in having no principles of his own. ~ Aesop,
280:The desire for imaginary benefits often involves the loss of present blessings. ~ Aesop,
281:If you allow men to use you for your own purposes, they will use you for theirs. ~ Aesop,
282:Poverty with security is better than plenty in the midst of fear and uncertainty. ~ Aesop,
283:Men often bear little grievances with less courage than they do large misfortunes. ~ Aesop,
284:Your birthday is the vintage of your wine; the mark that warns you of your future. ~ Aesop,
285:Your words, O Hares! are good; but they lack both claws and teeth such as we have. ~ Aesop,
286:I will have nought to do with a man who can blow hot and cold with the same breath. ~ Aesop,
287:Those who enter through the back door can expect to be shown out through the window ~ Aesop,
288:All men are more concerned to recover what they lose than to acquire what they lack. ~ Aesop,
289:Always stop to think whether your fun may not be the cause of another’s unhappiness. ~ Aesop,
290:If you are a friend, why do you bite me so hard? If an enemy, why do you fawn on me? ~ Aesop,
291:It is in vain to expect our prayers to be heard, if we do not strive as well as pray. ~ Aesop,
292:The older I get, the less I care about what’s cool. I realize I’m old and weird. ~ Aesop Rock,
293:There's smoke in my iris, but I painted a sunny day on the insides of my eyelids ~ Aesop Rock,
294:Those who return evil for good should not expect the kindness of others to last long. ~ Aesop,
295:It is easier to become entangled with an enemy than to disentangle oneself afterwards. ~ Aesop,
296:We may often be of more consequence in our own eyes than in the eyes of our neighbors. ~ Aesop,
297:Whoever neglects old friends for the sake of new deserves what e gets if he loses both ~ Aesop,
298:The fly sat upon the axel-tree of the chariot-wheel and said, 'What a dust do I raise!' ~ Aesop,
299:We may often be of more consequence in our own eyes than in the eyes of our neighbours. ~ Aesop,
300:If you choose bad companions, no one will believe that you are anything but bad yourself. ~ Aesop,
301:If you had half as much brains as you have beard, you would have looked before you leaped. ~ Aesop,
302:Train up a child in the way he should go; and when he is old he will not depart therefrom. ~ Aesop,
303:We should find out as much as possible about someone before coming into conflict with him. ~ Aesop,
304:Hati-hati jangan sampai kehilangan milikmu yang berharga gara-gara ingin menangkap bayangan. ~ Aesop,
305:I can never be your friend because of my lost tail, nor you mine because of your lost child. ~ Aesop,
306:It is one thing to say that something should be done, but quite a different matter to do it. ~ Aesop,
307:Those who assume a character which does not belong to them, only make themselves ridiculous. ~ Aesop,
308:Don't neglect the future in times of plenty, for tomorrow you may need what you wasted today. ~ Aesop,
309:Here is an Unity Quote that we have all known since school: United we stand; divided we fall. ~ Aesop,
310:In serving the wicked, expect no reward, and be thankful if you escape injury for your pains. ~ Aesop,
311:Expect no reward when you serve the wicked, and be thankful if you escape injury for your pain ~ Aesop,
312:It is with our passions, as it is with fire and water, they are good servants but bad masters. ~ Aesop,
313:A consciousness of misfortunes arising from a man's own misconduct aggravates their bitterness. ~ Aesop,
314:Aunque a los malvados se les castigue severamente, difícilmente cambian su naturaleza desviada. ~ Aesop,
315:Every truth has two sides; it is as well to look at both, before we commit ourselves to either. ~ Aesop,
316:The Lion was so much in love that he had his claws trimmed and his big teeth taken out for her. ~ Aesop,
317:Expect no reward when you serve the wicked, and be thankful if you escape injury for your pains. ~ Aesop,
318:There can be no good fable with human beings in it. There can be no good fairy tale without them. ~ Aesop,
319:If you were foolish enough to sing all the summer, you must dance supperless to bed in the winter. ~ Aesop,
320:It is with our Passions, as it is with Fire and Water, they are 'Good Servants,' but 'Bad Masters.' ~ Aesop,
321:...convinced that in trying to please all, he had pleased none, and had lost his ass into the bargain. ~ Aesop,
322:We tend to underestimate the small things about ourselves that are often our most valuable attributes. ~ Aesop,
323:Aesop fable. “You can play the clever fox all you want—but you’ll never get the grapes that way. ~ Rolf Dobelli,
324:Mucha gente hay que hace un bien sólo si de él recoge beneficio, no por amor y respeto a lo que es justo. ~ Aesop,
325:Be content with what nature made you, or run the risk of earning contempt by trying to be what you're not. ~ Aesop,
326:exclaimed, "O foolish creatures that we are, for the sake of a little pleasure we have destroyed ourselves. ~ Aesop,
327:I don't mind having to die now, for I see that he is the cause of my death is about to share the same fate. ~ Aesop,
328:The little reed, bending to the force of the wind, soon stood upright again when the storm had passed over. ~ Aesop,
329:Thinking to get at once all the gold the goose could give, he killed it and opened it only to find-nothing. ~ Aesop,
330:Having tasted the honeycomb, he threw down his axe, and looking on the tree as sacred, took great care of it. ~ Aesop,
331:If you are wise you won't be deceived by the innocent airs of those whom you have once found to be dangerous. ~ Aesop,
332:If you are wise you won’t be deceived by the innocent airs of those whom you have once found to be dangerous. ~ Aesop,
333:Thinking to get at once all the gold the goose could give, he killed it and opened it only to find - nothing. ~ Aesop,
334:Forbear harping on what was of yore, for it is the common lot of mortals to sustain the ups and downs of fortune. ~ Aesop,
335:The level of our success is limited only by our imagination and no act of kindness, however small, is ever wasted. ~ Aesop,
336:Affairs are easier of entrance than of exit; and it is but common prudence to see our way out before we venture in. ~ Aesop,
337:The Tortoise never for a moment stopped, but went on with a slow but steady pace straight to the end of the course. ~ Aesop,
338:Everyone's been on the "hip-hop is dead" campaign for years, and now it's the most unsure-of-itself genre ever. ~ Aesop Rock,
339:A doubtful friend is worse than a certain enemy. Let a man be one thing or the other, and we then know how to meet him. ~ Aesop,
340:And this moral? As with the deformed Aesop, morals are the memory of success that no longer succeeds. ~ William Carlos Williams,
341:While I see many hoof marks going in, I see none coming out. It is easier to get into the enemy's toils than out again. ~ Aesop,
342:You can't get someone to like something they aren't feeling. After you press play, there isn't anything you can do. ~ Aesop Rock,
343:I don't think it's much use your looking for the brains: a creature who twice walked into a lions den can't have got any. ~ Aesop,
344:Dream a little dream, Or you can live a little dream I'd rather live it 'Cause dreamers always chase But never get it ~ Aesop Rock,
345:Those who voluntarily put power into the hands of a tyrant ... must not wonder if it be at last turned against themselves. ~ Aesop,
346:It was prettily devised of Aesop, The fly sat on the axle tree of the chariot wheel and said, what dust do I raise! ~ Francis Bacon,
347:The only bridge I've ever burned along this legacy I dance is the one that linked the cities of prosperity and chance. ~ Aesop Rock,
348:The world laughs at things it would really prefer to admire, and like Aesop's fox it criticizes things it covets. ~ Giacomo Leopardi,
349:Honestly, I don't feel pressure to live up to anything I've done because I tend to not listen to my work once a year passes. ~ Aesop Rock,
350:and consequently you are destroyed; while we, on the contrary, bend before the least breath of air, and therefore remain unbroken. ~ Aesop,
351:There are many statues of men slaying lions, but if only the lions were sculptors there might be quite a different set of statues. ~ Aesop,
352:If these town gods can't detect the thieves who steal from their own temples, it's hardly likely they'll tell me who stole my spade. ~ Aesop,
353:The haft of the arrow had been feathered with one of the eagle's own Lures. We often give our enemies the means of our own destruction. ~ Aesop,
354:The haft of the arrow had been feathered with one of the eagles own plumes. We often give our enemies the means of our own destruction. ~ Aesop,
355:United you will be more than a match for your enemies. But if you quarrel and separate, your weakness will put you at the mercy of those who attack you. ~ Aesop,
356:Ah, the Dewey decimal system…humankind’s single greatest achievement.” From Candace Fleming’s The Fabled Fourth Graders of Aesop Elementary School ~ Candace Fleming,
357:The Sun is bad enough even while he is single, drying up our marshes with his heat as he does. But what will become of us if he marries and and begets other suns? ~ Aesop,
358:I have brought it all on myself! Why could I not have been contented to labor with my companions, and not wish to be idle all the day like that useless little Lapdog! ~ Aesop,
359:Don't let your special character and values, the secret that you know and no one else does, the truth - don't let that get swallowed up by the great chewing complacency. ~ Aesop,
360:they were, they soon began to think they were not getting rich fast enough, and, imagining the bird must be made of gold inside, they decided to kill it in order to secure the ~ Aesop,
361:Don’t confuse what you do with who you are, dearie. Besides, there’s no shame in humble work. Why, Aesop himself, the king of storytellers, was a slave his whole life. ~ Jonathan Auxier,
362:I've learned I don't like being around people too much. It's hard to stand around and make conversation with people I've learned. But I do want to be the guy that can do it easily. ~ Aesop Rock,
363:many people break themselves against. This principle can be easily understood by remembering Aesop’s fable of the goose and the golden egg. This fable is the story of a poor farmer who one ~ Stephen R Covey,
364:You ridiculed the idea of my ever being able to help you, not expecting to receive from me any repayment of your favor; now you know that it is possible for even a Mouse to confer benefits on a Lion. ~ Aesop,
365:I started freestyling with friends about eight or nine years ago. I started writing also around the same time, but didn't meet blockhead until about '94. I started making beats not until about '96. ~ Aesop Rock,
366:Don’t take it so much to heart, my friend; put a brick into the hole, and take a look at it every day: you won’t be any worse off than before, for even when you had your gold it was of no earthly use to you. ~ Aesop,
367:If you wish me well, do not stand pitying me, but lend me some succour as fast as you can; for pity is but cold comfort when one is up to the chin in water, and within a hair's breadth of starving or drowning. ~ Aesop,
368:I've been able to tour because of my music and I've learned a lot about myself while on the road. I think some of the imagery of my writing are snapshots of where I've been and my feelings about the world. ~ Aesop Rock,
369:Lay not the blame on me, O sailor, but on the winds. By nature I am as calm and safe as the land itself, but the winds fall upon me with their gusts and gales, and lash me into a fury that is not natural to me. ~ Aesop,
370:These are weighty topics, and the brief fables that address them do not claim to solve the problems that they embody, but then neither do they simply brush such problems aside, pretending that they do not exist. ~ Aesop,
371:An oak and a reed were arguing about their strength. When a strong wind came up, the reed avoided being uprooted by bending and leaning with the gusts of wind. But the oak stood firm and was torn up by the roots. ~ Aesop,
372:There was once a Charcoal-burner who lived and worked by himself. A Fuller, however, happened to come and settle in the same neighbourhood; and the Charcoal-burner, having made his acquaintance and finding he was ~ Aesop,
373:For a guy who didn't expect a fan base whatsoever, I'm pretty stoked. People say they don't understand it, and I say that's okay. I don't think anyone can argue that I'm not trying to do my own thing at least. ~ Aesop Rock,
374:Aesop, that great man, saw his master making water as he walked. "What!" he said, "Must we void ourselves as we run?" Use our timeas best we may, yet a great part of it will still be idly and ill spent. ~ Michel de Montaigne,
375:...think I none so simple would say that Aesop lied in the tales of his beasts: for who thinks that Aesop writ it for actually true were well worthy to have his name chronicled among the beasts he writeth of. ~ Philip Sidney,
376:My sons, if you are of one mind, and unite to assist each other, you will be as this faggot, uninjured by all the attempts of your enemies; but if you are divided among yourselves, you will be broken as easily as these sticks. ~ Aesop,
377:If I had interesting things to say, I would have been a speechwriter. I think it gets to musicians' heads a lot of the time. Just because people like your records doesn't mean what you have to say is going to be interesting. ~ Aesop Rock,
378:I can't move. I'm paralyzed in the middle of the street, like the donkey in that Aesop's fable who couldn't choose between the bales of hay. They'll find me in years to come, still frozen to the spot, clutching my credit card. ~ Sophie Kinsella,
379:People are very adamant about maintaining a certain sound or a certain era, like, "There were three years of rap that were great, so let's just keep doing that." The genre itself is just stuck in place. It's been treading water for a while. ~ Aesop Rock,
380:A Fox entered the house of an actor and, rummaging through all his properties, came upon a Mask, an admirable imitation of a human head. He placed his paws on it and said, "What a beautiful head! Yet it is of no value, as it entirely lacks brains." ~ Aesop,
381:Pray do not grieve so; but go and take a stone, and place it in the hole, and fancy that the gold is still lying there. It will do you quite the same service; for when the gold was there, you had it not, as you did not make the slightest use of it. ~ Aesop,
382:Slow and steady wins the race."
"That is almost always untrue."
"Take it up with Aesop."
"Aesop never existed. The stories credited to him were the work of two female slaves."
"That sounds about typical. I'll ponder it on the way down. ~ Leigh Bardugo,
383:What I detest about these books of maxims is that they are so platitudinously true. A la Molière, Aesop, La Rochefoucauld—Shakespeare. They apply to all women, and that must include you too. But somehow it doesn’t ring true to me. But it’s disquieting. ~ Ana s Nin,
384:Every man carries two bags about him, one in front and one behind, and both are full of faults. The bag in front contains his neighbors' faults, the one behind his own. Hence it is that men do not see their own faults, but never fail to see those of others. ~ Aesop,
385:The mind is not all that different from those dogs in Aesop which, descrying what appeared to be a corpse floating on the sea yet being unable to get at it, set about lapping up the water so as to dry out a path to it, and suffocated themselves. ~ Michel de Montaigne,
386:As two leading weight loss experts, Dr Corby Martin and Professor Kishore Gadde from Pennington Biomedical Research Center, Baton Rouge, put it, ‘The myth that rapid weight loss is associated with rapid weight gain is no more true than Aesop’s fables. ~ Michael Mosley,
387:the appointed day came, the birds assembled before Jupiter's throne; and, after passing them in review, he was about to make the Jackdaw king, when all the rest set upon the king-elect, stripped him of his borrowed plumes, and exposed him for the Jackdaw that he was. ~ Aesop,
388:Every man carries Two Bags about with him, one in front and one behind, and both are packed full of faults. The Bag in front contains his neighbours’ faults, the one behind his own. Hence it is that men do not see their own faults, but never fail to see those of others. ~ Aesop,
389:In a classic Aesop’s Fable, a hungry fox encounters grapes hanging from a vine. The fox desperately wants the grapes. But as hard as he may try, he can not reach them. Frustrated, the fox decides the grapes must be sour and that he therefore would not want them anyway. ~ Nir Eyal,
390:The Boys and the Frogs SOME BOYS, playing near a pond, saw a number of Frogs in the water and began to pelt them with stones. They killed several of them, when one of the Frogs, lifting his head out of the water, cried out: "Pray stop, my boys: what is sport to you, is death to us. ~ Aesop,
391:The thing about the state of hip-hop is that people are too concerned. I don't think that there's a problem with being too concerned about videogames, especially for me, because I'm not in the industry. I'm just a consumer. But hip-hop is constantly like, "What are you doing for the scene?" ~ Aesop Rock,
392:We all know Aesop’s fable of the dog who dropped a piece of meat to grasp at its reflection in the water.  We must not, however, judge too severely of error.  In the initial stages of mental progress, error in symbolic reference is the discipline which promotes imaginative freedom. ~ Alfred North Whitehead,
393:In a time where everything's a flavor of the month, and it's hard to have any sort of longevity, I've been able to sell records still. I want to be the guy that stands out there and says thank you personally to everyone. And I try after my shows and kick it because I want to genuinely say thanks. ~ Aesop Rock,
394:But if the gods do not exist at all - then we are lost,' I said. On the contrary - we are found!' said Aesop. But when we are afraid, who can we turn to, if not the gods?' Ourselves. We turn to ourselves anyway. We only pretend there are gods and that they care about us. It is a comforting falsehood. ~ Erica Jong,
395:AN ASS having heard some Grasshoppers chirping, was highly enchanted; and, desiring to possess the same charms of melody, demanded what sort of food they lived on to give them such beautiful voices. They replied, "The dew." The Ass resolved that he would live only upon dew, and in a short time died of hunger. ~ Aesop,
396:But if the gods do not exist at all - then we are lost,' I said.
On the contrary - we are found!' said Aesop.
But when we are afraid, who can we turn to, if not the gods?'
Ourselves. We turn to ourselves anyway. We only pretend there are gods and that they care about us. It is a comforting falsehood. ~ Erica Jong,
397:The Woman and Her Hen A WOMAN possessed a Hen that gave her an egg every day. She often pondered how she might obtain two eggs daily instead of one, and at last, to gain her purpose, determined to give the Hen a double allowance of barley. From that day the Hen became fat and sleek, and never once laid another egg. ~ Aesop,
398:The Crow lifted up her head and began to caw her best, but the moment she opened her mouth the piece of cheese fell to the ground, only to be snapped up by Master Fox. "That will do," said he. "That was all I wanted. In exchange for your cheese I will give you a piece of advice for the future ."Do not trust flatterers. ~ Aesop,
399:Trickster foxes appear in old stories gathered from countries and cultures all over the world -- including Aesop's Fables from ancient Greece, the "Reynard" stories of medieval Europe, the "Giovannuzza" tales of Italy, the "Brer Fox" lore of the American South, and stories from diverse Native American traditions. ~ Terri Windling,
400:My parents read to me a lot as a kid, and I started writing very early, probably spurred on by Aesop's fables. Then they gave me The Lord of the Rings way too early for me to fully understand what I was reading, which was actually kind of cool. It was almost better - comprehension's overrated when you're reading. ~ Jeff VanderMeer,
401:Mother Nature has given us some defense mechanisms: as in Aesop’s fable, one of these is our ability to consider that the grapes we cannot (or did not) reach are sour. But an aggressively stoic prior disdain and rejection of the grapes is even more rewarding. Be aggressive; be the one to resign, if you have the guts. ~ Nassim Nicholas Taleb,
402:Ultimately, however, as the Austrian economist Joseph Schumpeter pointed out, a powerful bureaucratic class is in the same relation to commerce as was the scorpion in Aesop to the dog on whose back he crossed the river. They will destroy commerce and establish socialism, even if it kills them, because that is their nature. ~ John Derbyshire,
403:The Ass And The Grasshopper   AN ASS having heard some Grasshoppers chirping, was highly enchanted; and, desiring to possess the same charms of melody, demanded what sort of food they lived on to give them such beautiful voices. They replied, "The dew." The Ass resolved that he would live only upon dew, and in a short time died of hunger. ~ Aesop,
404:Kindness starts simply. An encouraging word. A loving gesture. A tender sentiment sent through the mail. A thoughtful small token. The gift of unhurried time. A rousing pep talk. Simply vowing to speak and act in a way that is gentle and kind is the starting point. Aesop was right: “No act of kindness, no matter how small, is ever wasted. ~ Karen Ehman,
405:I am for such a League [of Nations] provided we don’t expect too much from it. . . . I am not willing to play the pan which even Aesop held up to derision when he wrote of how the wolves and the sheep agreed to disarm, and how the sheep as a guarantee of good faith sent away the watchdogs, and were then forthwith eaten by the wolves. ~ Theodore Roosevelt,
406:once upon a time all the rivers combined to protest against the action of the sea in making their waters salt. "When we come to you," sad they to the sea, "we are sweet and drinkable; but when once we have mingled with you, our waters become as briny and unpalatable as your own." The sea replied shortly, "Keep away from me, and you'll remain sweet. ~ Aesop,
407:The Oxen and the Axle-Trees A HEAVY WAGON was being dragged along a country lane by a team of Oxen. The Axle-trees groaned and creaked terribly; whereupon the Oxen, turning round, thus addressed the wheels: "Hullo there! why do you make so much noise? We bear all the labor, and we, not you, ought to cry out." Those who suffer most cry out the least. ~ Aesop,
408:A wild boar was sharpening his tusks upon the trunk of a tree in the forest when a fox came by and asked, Why are you doing that, pray? The huntsmen are not out today and there are no other dangers at hand that I can see. True, my friend, replied the Boar, but the instant my life is in danger, I shall need to use my tusks. There will be no time to sharpen them then. ~ Aesop,
409:Most of Aesop’s fables have many different levels and meanings. There are those who make myths of them by choosing some feature that fits in well with the fable. But for most of the fables this is only the first and most superficial aspect. There are others that are more vital, more essential and profound, that they have not been able to reach. ~ Michel de Montaigne,
410:There was once a Bald Man who sat down after work on a hot summer's day. A Fly came up and kept buzzing about his bald pate, and stinging him from time to time. The Man aimed a blow at his little enemy, but — whack — his palm came on his head instead; again the Fly tormented him, but this time the Man was wiser and said: YOU WILL ONLY INJURE YOURSELF IF YOU TAKE NOTICE OF DISPICABLE ENEMIES. ~ Aesop,
411:An Ass put on a Lion's skin and went
About the foreset with much merriment,
Scaring the foolish beasts by brooks and rocks,
Till at last he tried to scare the Fox. But Reynard, hearing from beneath the mane
That Raucous voice so petulant and vain,
Remarked. O' Ass, I too would run away,
But that I know your old familiar bray'.
That's just the way with asses, just the way. ~ Aesop,
412:THE FOX AND THE GRAPES

A hungry Fox saw some fine bunches of Grapes hanging from a vine that was trained along a high trellis, and did his best to reach them by jumping as high as he could into the air. But it was all in vain, for they were just out of reach: so he gave up trying, and walked away with an air of dignity and unconcern, remarking, "I thought those Grapes were ripe, but I see now they are quite sour. ~ Aesop,
413:THE WILD BOAR AND THE FOX A Wild Boar was engaged in whetting his tusks upon the trunk of a tree in the forest when a Fox came by and, seeing what he was at, said to him, "Why are you doing that, pray? The huntsmen are not out to-day, and there are no other dangers at hand that I can see." "True, my friend," replied the Boar, "but the instant my life is in danger I shall need to use my tusks. There'll be no time to sharpen them then. ~ Aesop,
414:A SWALLOW, returning from abroad and especially fond of dwelling with men, built herself a nest in the wall of a Court of Justice and there hatched seven young birds. A Serpent gliding past the nest from its hole in the wall ate up the young unfledged nestlings. The Swallow, finding her nest empty, lamented greatly and exclaimed: "Woe to me a stranger! that in this place where all others' rights are protected, I alone should suffer wrong. ~ Aesop,
415:The Astronomer

AN ASTRONOMER used to go out at night to observe the stars. One evening, as he wandered through the suburbs with his whole attention fixed on the sky, he fell accidentally into a deep well. While he lamented and bewailed his sores and bruises, and cried loudly for help, a neighbor ran to the well, and learning what had happened said: "Hark ye, old fellow, why, in striving to pry into what is in heaven, do you not manage to see what is on earth? ~ Aesop,
416:The Fawn and His Mother A YOUNG FAWN once said to his Mother, "You are larger than a dog, and swifter, and more used to running, and you have your horns as a defense; why, then, O Mother! do the hounds frighten you so?" She smiled, and said: "I know full well, my son, that all you say is true. I have the advantages you mention, but when I hear even the bark of a single dog I feel ready to faint, and fly away as fast as I can." No arguments will give courage to the coward. ~ Aesop,
417:The Raven And The Swan

A RAVEN saw a Swan and desired to secure for himself the same beautiful plumage. Supposing that the Swan's splendid white color arose from his washing in the water in which he swam, the Raven left the altars in the neighborhood where he picked up his living, and took up residence in the lakes and pools. But cleansing his feathers as often as he would, he could not change their color, while through want of food he perished. Change of habit cannot alter Nature. ~ Aesop,
418:The Flies And The Honey-Pot


A NUMBER of Flies were attracted to a jar of honey which had been overturned in a housekeeper's room, and placing their feet in it, ate greedily. Their feet, however, became so smeared with the honey that they could not use their wings, nor release themselves, and were suffocated. Just as they were expiring, they exclaimed, "O foolish creatures that we are, for the sake of a little pleasure we have destroyed ourselves." Pleasure bought with pains, hurts. ~ Aesop,
419:A Man and his Wife had the good fortune to possess a Goose which laid a Golden Egg every day. Lucky though they were, they soon began to think they were not getting rich fast enough, and, imagining the bird must be made of gold inside, they decided to kill it in order to secure the whole store of precious metal at once. But when they cut it open they found it was just like any other goose. Thus, they neither got rich all at once, as they had hoped, nor enjoyed any longer the daily addition to their wealth. ~ Aesop,
420:I would by all means have men beware, lest Aesop's pretty fable of the fly that sate on the pole of a chariot at the Olympic races and said, 'What a dust do I raise,' be verified in them. For so it is that some small observation, and that disturbed sometimes by the instrument, sometimes by the eye, sometimes by the calculation, and which may be owing to some real change in the sky, raises new skies and new spheres and circles. ~ Francis Bacon,
421:When you lose the story that's running like a golden stream underneath all the other stories, you're left with the idea that the Bible is a collection of random-seeming stories about various Bible characters that we're supposed to learn lessons from - almost like an Aesop's Fables. And a book of rules that God wants us to keep so he will love us. And we lose the glorious truth of the Bible that we were loved before even the beginning of time. That God had a plan. That no matter what, he would never stop loving us. ~ Sally Lloyd Jones,
422:A farmer who had a quarrelsome family called his sons and told them to lay a bunch of sticks before him. Then, after laying the sticks parallel to one another and binding them, he challenged his sons, one after one, to pick up the bundle and break it. They all tried, but in vain. Then, untying the bundle, he gave them the sticks to break one by one. This they did with the greatest ease. Then said the father, "Thus, my sons, as long as you remain united, you are a match for anything, but differ and separate, and you are undone". ~ Aesop,
423:La zorra y el espino Una zorra saltaba sobre unos montículos, y estuvo de pronto a punto de caerse. Y para evitar la caída, se agarró a un espino, pero sus púas le hirieron las patas, y sintiendo el dolor que ellas le producían, le dijo al espino -- ¡ Acudí a ti por tu ayuda, y más bien me has herido. ! A lo que respondió el espino: -- ¡Tú tienes la culpa, amiga, por agarrarte a mí, bien sabes lo bueno que soy para enganchar y herir a todo el mundo, y tú no eres la excepción! Nunca pidas ayuda a quien acostumbra a hacer el daño. ~ Aesop,
424:This is illustrated by one of Aesop’s fables, which says that each of us is born with two sacks suspended from our neck: one filled with the faults of others that hangs within our view and one hidden behind our back filled with our own faults. We see the flaws of others quite clearly, in other words, but we have a blind spot for our own. The New Testament likewise asks why we look at the tiny splinter of wood in our brother’s eye yet pay no attention to the great plank of wood obscuring our own view (Matthew 7:3–5). ~ Donald J Robertson,
425:Hester shook her head. 'Don't confuse what you do with who you are, dearie. Besides, there's no shame in humble work. Why, Aesop himself, the king of storytellers, was a slave his whole life. Never drew a free breath, yet he shaped the world with just three small words: there once was. And where are his great masters now, hmm? Rotting in tombs, if they're lucky. But Aesop - he still lives to this day, dancin' on the tip of every tongue what's ever told a tale.' She winked at Molly. 'Think on that, next time you're scrubbing floors. ~ Jonathan Auxier,
426:The Ass in the Lion's Skin An Ass once found a Lion's skin which the hunters had left out in the sun to dry. He put it on and went towards his native village. All fled at his approach, both men and animals, and he was a proud Ass that day. In his delight he lifted up his voice and brayed, but then every one knew him, and his owner came up and gave him a sound cudgelling for the fright he had caused. And shortly afterwards a Fox came up to him and said: "Ah, I knew you by your voice." Fine clothes may disguise, but silly words will disclose a fool. ~ Aesop,
427:The Frogs and the Well

Some frogs lived happily in a puddle. Then summer arrived; as one hot day succeeded another, the puddle shrank until it disappeared altogether. The frogs had no choice but to seek a new home. They hopped painfully along, but everywhere they went they found dried-up ponds and empty river beds. Finally they came to a well. Looking down the deep shaft, they saw water at the bottom.

"We're saved!" croaked one frog. "Let's jump in now!"

"Wait a moment," said his less impulsive friend. "What will we do if this one also dries up? ~ Aesop,
428:The Ass, the Fox, and the Lion THE ASS and the Fox, having entered into partnership together for their mutual protection, went out into the forest to hunt. They had not proceeded far when they met a Lion. The Fox, seeing imminent danger, approached the Lion and promised to contrive for him the capture of the Ass if the Lion would pledge his word not to harm the Fox. Then, upon assuring the Ass that he would not be injured, the Fox led him to a deep pit and arranged that he should fall into it. The Lion, seeing that the Ass was secured, immediately clutched the Fox, and attacked the Ass at his leisure. ~ Aesop,
429:The Fox and the Grapes


ONE hot summer’s day a Fox was strolling through an orchard till he came to a bunch of Grapes just ripening on a vine which had been trained over a lofty branch. “Just the things to quench my thirst,” quoth he. Drawing back a few paces, he took a run and a jump, and just missed the bunch. Turning round again with a One, Two, Three, he jumped up, but with no greater success. Again and again he tried after the tempting morsel, but at last had to give it up, and walked away with his nose in the air, saying: “I am sure they are sour.”
“IT IS EASY TO DESPISE WHAT YOU CANNOT GET. ~ Aesop,
430:THE MISCHIEVOUS DOG


There was once a Dog who used to snap at people and bite them without any provocation, and who was a great nuisance to every one who came to his master's house. So his master fastened a bell round his neck to warn people of his presence. The Dog was very proud of the bell, and strutted about tinkling it with immense satisfaction. But an old dog came up to him and said, "The fewer airs you give yourself the better, my friend. You don't think, do you, that your bell was given you as a reward of merit? On the contrary, it is a badge of disgrace."

Notoriety is often mistaken for fame. ~ Aesop,
431:The Mischievous Dog A DOG used to run up quietly to the heels of everyone he met, and to bite them without notice. His master suspended a bell about his neck so that the Dog might give notice of his presence wherever he went. Thinking it a mark of distinction, the Dog grew proud of his bell and went tinkling it all over the marketplace. One day an old hound said to him: "Why do you make such an exhibition of yourself? That bell that you carry is not, believe me, any order of merit, but on the contrary a mark of disgrace, a public notice to all men to avoid you as an ill mannered dog." Notoriety is often mistaken for fame. ~ Aesop,
432:The beasts of the field and forest had a Lion as their king. He was neither wrathful, cruel, nor tyrannical, but just and gentle as a king could be. During his reign he made a royal proclamation for a general assembly of all the birds and beasts, and drew up conditions for a universal league, in which the Wolf and the Lamb, the Panther and the Kid, the Tiger and the Stag, the Dog and the Hare, should live together in perfect peace and amity. The Hare said, “Oh, how I have longed to see this day, in which the weak shall take their place with impunity by the side of the strong.” And after the Hare said this, he ran for his life. ~ Aesop,
433:The Mischievous Dog

A DOG used to run up quietly to the heels of everyone he met, and to bite them without notice. His master suspended a bell about his neck so that the Dog might give notice of his presence wherever he went. Thinking it a mark of distinction, the Dog grew proud of his bell and went tinkling it all over the marketplace. One day an old hound said to him: Why do you make such an exhibition of yourself? That bell that you carry is not, believe me, any order of merit, but on the contrary a mark of disgrace, a public notice to all men to avoid you as an ill mannered dog." Notoriety is often mistaken for fame. ~ Aesop,
434:The Man and His Two Sweethearts A MIDDLE-AGED MAN, whose hair had begun to turn gray, courted two women at the same time. One of them was young, and the other well advanced in years. The elder woman, ashamed to be courted by a man younger than herself, made a point, whenever her admirer visited her, to pull out some portion of his black hairs. The younger, on the contrary, not wishing to become the wife of an old man, was equally zealous in removing every gray hair she could find. Thus it came to pass that between them both he very soon found that he had not a hair left on his head. Those who seek to please everybody please nobody. ~ Aesop,
435:The Kingdom of the Lion   THE BEASTS of the field and forest had a Lion as their king. He was neither wrathful, cruel, nor tyrannical, but just and gentle as a king could be. During his reign he made a royal proclamation for a general assembly of all the birds and beasts, and drew up conditions for a universal league, in which the Wolf and the Lamb, the Panther and the Kid, the Tiger and the Stag, the Dog and the Hare, should live together in perfect peace and amity. The Hare said, "Oh, how I have longed to see this day, in which the weak shall take their place with impunity by the side of the strong." And after the Hare said this, he ran for his life. ~ Aesop,
436:The north wind and the sun were disputing which was the stronger, and agreed to acknowledge as the victor whichever of them could strip a traveler of his clothing. The wind tried first. But its violent gusts only made the man hold his clothes tightly around him, and when it blew harder still the cold made him so uncomfortable that he put on an extra wrap. Eventually the wind got tired of it and handed him over to the sun. The sun shone first with moderate warmth, which made the man take off his topcoat. Then it blazed fiercely, till, unable to stand the heat, he stripped and went off to a bathe in a nearby river. Persuasion is more effective than force. ~ Aesop,
437:The Fox and the Goat By an unlucky chance a Fox fell into a deep well from which he could not get out. A Goat passed by shortly afterwards, and asked the Fox what he was doing down there. "Oh, have you not heard?" said the Fox; "there is going to be a great drought, so I jumped down here in order to be sure to have water by me. Why don't you come down too?" The Goat thought well of this advice, and jumped down into the well. But the Fox immediately jumped on her back, and by putting his foot on her long horns managed to jump up to the edge of the well. "Good-bye, friend," said the Fox, "remember next time, "Never trust the advice of a man in difficulties. ~ Aesop,
438:How singular is the thing called pleasure, and how curiously related to pain, which might be thought to be the opposite of it; for they never come to a man together, and yet he who pursues either of them is generally compelled to take the other. They are two, and yet they grow together out of one head or stem; and I can not help thinking that if Aesop had noticed them, he would have made a fable about God trying to reconcile their strife, and when he could not, he fastened their heads together; and this is the reason why when one comes the other follows, as I find in my own case pleasure comes following after the pain in my leg which was caused by the chain. ~ Plato,
439:The Fox And The Crow

A CROW having stolen a bit of meat, perched in a tree and held it in her beak. A Fox, seeing this, longed to possess the meat himself, and by a wily stratagem succeeded. "How handsome is the Crow," he exclaimed, in the beauty of her shape and in the fairness of her complexion! Oh, if her voice were only equal to her beauty, she would deservedly be considered the Queen of Birds!" This he said deceitfully; but the Crow, anxious to refute the reflection cast upon her voice, set up a loud caw and dropped the flesh. The Fox quickly picked it up, and thus addressed the Crow: "My good Crow, your voice is right enough, but your wit is wanting. ~ Aesop,
440:THE FOX AND THE CROW


A Crow was sitting on a branch of a tree with a piece of cheese in her beak when a Fox observed her and set his wits to work to discover some way of getting the cheese. Coming and standing under the tree he looked up and said, "What a noble bird I see above me! Her beauty is without equal, the hue of her plumage exquisite. If only her voice is as sweet as her looks are fair, she ought without doubt to be Queen of the Birds." The Crow was hugely flattered by this, and just to show the Fox that she could sing she gave a loud caw. Down came the cheese, of course, and the Fox, snatching it up, said, "You have a voice, madam, I see: what you want is wits. ~ Aesop,
441:The Tree and the Reed

"Well, little one," said a Tree to a Reed that was growing at its foot, "why do you not plant your feet deeply in the ground, and raise your head boldly in the air as I do?"

"I am contented with my lot," said the Reed. "I may not be so grand, but I think I am safer."

"Safe!" sneered the Tree. "Who shall pluck me up by the roots or bow my head to the ground?" But it soon had to repent of its boasting, for a hurricane arose which tore it up from its roots, and cast it a useless log on the ground, while the little Reed, bending to the force of the wind, soon stood upright again when the storm had passed over.

Obscurity often brings safety. ~ Aesop,
442:And yet surely to alchemy this right is due, that it may be compared to the husbandman whereof Aesop makes the fable, that when he died he told his sons that he had left unto them gold buried under the ground in his vineyard: and they digged over the ground, gold they found none, but by reason of their stirring and digging the mould about the roots of their vines, they had a great vintage the year following: so assuredly the search and stir to make gold hath brought to light a great number of good and fruitful inventions and experiments, as well for the disclosing of nature as for the use of man's life. ~ Francis Bacon,
443:Wer die Wahrheit beansprucht, den verläßt sie. In Dienst genommen oder gezwungen wird die Historik stets nur von niedrigen Interessen. Sie ist zu unschuldig, als daß man sie in Griffweite irgendeines Machthabers lassen könnte-, der sie nur zu berühren braucht, und ihre ganze Glaubwürdigkeit ist in einem Augenblick dahin, als wäre sie nie gewesen. Sie muß vielmehr liebevoll und in allen Ehren umsorgt werden, und zwar von Fabulisten und Fälschern, Dichterlingen und Verrückten jeglicher Couleur, Meistern der Verlarvung, welche ihre Kleidung, Toilette, Haltung und eine Sprache schaffen, die gewandt genug ist, nicht die Begierden, ja nicht einmal die Neugier des Staates zu wecken. Aesop war gezwungen, Fabeln zu erzählen. ~ Thomas Pynchon,
444:Socrates sat up on the bed, bent his leg and rubbed it with his hand,
and as he rubbed he said: "What a strange thing that which men call
pleasure seems to be, and how astonishing the relation it has with what
is thought to be its opposite, namely pain! A man cannot have both at the
same time. Yet if he pursues and catches the one, he is almost always
bound to catch the other also, like two creatures with one head. I think
c that if Aesop had noted this he would have composed a fable that a god
wished to reconcile their opposition but could not do so, so he joined their
two heads together, and therefore when a man has the one, the other
follows later. This seems to be happening to me. My bonds caused pain
in my leg, and now pleasure seems to be following. ~ Plato,
445:The Wolf And The Lamb   WOLF, meeting with a Lamb astray from the fold, resolved not to lay violent hands on him, but to find some plea to justify to the Lamb the Wolf's right to eat him. He thus addressed him: "Sirrah, last year you grossly insulted me." "Indeed," bleated the Lamb in a mournful tone of voice, "I was not then born." Then said the Wolf, "You feed in my pasture." "No, good sir," replied the Lamb, "I have not yet tasted grass." Again said the Wolf, "You drink of my well." "No," exclaimed the Lamb, "I never yet drank water, for as yet my mother's milk is both food and drink to me." Upon which the Wolf seized him and ate him up, saying, "Well! I won't remain supperless, even though you refute every one of my imputations." The tyrant will always find a pretext for his tyranny. ~ Aesop,
446:The Belly and the Members


ONE fine day it occurred to the Members of the Body that they were doing all the work and the Belly was having all the food. So they held a meeting, and after a long discussion, decided to strike work till the Belly consented to take its proper share of the work. So for a day or two, the Hands refused to take the food, the Mouth refused to receive it, and the Teeth had no work to do. But after a day or two the Members began to find that they themselves were not in a very active condition: the Hands could hardly move, and the Mouth was all parched and dry, while the Legs were unable to support the rest. So thus they found that even the Belly in its dull quiet way was doing necessary work for the Body, and that all must work together or the Body will go to pieces. ~ Aesop,
447:THE BEAR AND THE TRAVELLERS Two Travellers were on the road together, when a Bear suddenly appeared on the scene. Before he observed them, one made for a tree at the side of the road, and climbed up into the branches and hid there. The other was not so nimble as his companion; and, as he could not escape, he threw himself on the ground and pretended to be dead. The Bear came up and sniffed all round him, but he kept perfectly still and held his breath: for they say that a bear will not touch a dead body. The Bear took him for a corpse, and went away. When the coast was clear, the Traveller in the tree came down, and asked the other what it was the Bear had whispered to him when he put his mouth to his ear. The other replied, “He told me never again to travel with a friend who deserts you at the first sign of danger. ~ Aesop,
448:A quarrel had arisen between the Horse and the Stag, so the Horse came to a Hunter to ask his help to take revenge on the Stag. The Hunter agreed but said: “If you desire to conquer the Stag, you must permit me to place this piece of iron between your jaws, so that I may guide you with these reins, and allow this saddle to be placed upon your back so that I may keep steady upon you as we follow the enemy.” The Horse agreed to the conditions, and the Hunter soon saddled and bridled him. Then, with the aid of the Hunter, the Horse soon overcame the Stag and said to the Hunter: “Now get off, and remove those things from my mouth and back.” “Not so fast, friend,” said the Hunter. “I have now got you under bit and spur and prefer to keep you as you are at present.” —“The Horse, the Stag, and the Hunter,” Aesop’s Fables ~ Steven Levitsky,
449:Trump often seems like a one-man set of Aesop-like fables—with easy-to-decipher morals like “those who lie down with dogs will get up with fleas” or “when someone tells you who he is, believe him”—but because he is president of the United States, his actions do not simply end in a tagline moral; rather, they ripple outward like a toxic tsunami, creating havoc in the lives of millions. Once he has left office, the damage he has done to American institutions and the country’s foreign policy will take years to repair. And to the degree that his election was a reflection of larger dynamics in society—from the growing partisanship in politics, to the profusion of fake stories on social media, to our isolation in filter bubbles—his departure from the scene will not restore truth to health and well-being, at least not right away. ~ Michiko Kakutani,
450:OLD WOMAN having lost the use of her eyes, called in a Physician to heal them, and made this bargain with him in the presence of witnesses: that if he should cure her blindness, he should receive from her a sum of money; but if her infirmity remained, she should give him nothing. This agreement being made, the Physician, time after time, applied his salve to her eyes, and on every visit took something away, stealing all her property little by little. And when he had got all she had, he healed her and demanded the promised payment. The Old Woman, when she recovered her sight and saw none of her goods in her house, would give him nothing. The Physician insisted on his claim, and, as she still refused, summoned her before the Judge. The Old Woman, standing up in the Court, argued: "This man here speaks the truth in what he says; for I did promise to give him a sum of money if I should recover my sight: but if I continued blind, I was to ~ Aesop,
451:A fox crept up to a vine. He gazed longingly at the fat, purple, overripe grapes. He placed his front paws against the trunk of the vine, stretched his neck and tried to get at the fruit, but it was too high. Irritated, he tried his luck again. He launched himself upward, but his jaw snapped only at fresh air. A third time he leapt with all his might – so powerfully that he landed back down on the ground with a thud. Still not a single leaf had stirred. The fox turned up his nose: ‘These aren’t even ripe yet. Why would I want sour grapes?’ Holding his head high, he strode back into the forest. The Greek poet, Aesop, created this fable to illustrate one of the most common errors in reasoning. An inconsistency arose when the fox set out to do something and failed to accomplish it. He can resolve this conflict in one of three ways: A) by somehow getting at the grapes, B) by admitting that his skills are insufficient, or C) by retrospectively reinterpreting what happened. The last option is an example of cognitive dissonance, or rather, its resolution. ~ Rolf Dobelli,
452:The Goatherd and the Wild Goats A GOATHERD, driving his flock from their pasture at eventide, found some Wild Goats mingled among them, and shut them up together with his own for the night. The next day it snowed very hard, so that he could not take the herd to their usual feeding places, but was obliged to keep them in the fold. He gave his own goats just sufficient food to keep them alive, but fed the strangers more abundantly in the hope of enticing them to stay with him and of making them his own. When the thaw set in, he led them all out to feed, and the Wild Goats scampered away as fast as they could to the mountains. The Goatherd scolded them for their ingratitude in leaving him, when during the storm he had taken more care of them than of his own herd. One of them, turning about, said to him: “That is the very reason why we are so cautious; for if you yesterday treated us better than the Goats you have had so long, it is plain also that if others came after us, you would in the same manner prefer them to ourselves.” Old friends cannot with impunity be sacrificed for new ones. ~ Aesop,
453:I hope it's that she simply doesn't figure large enough in his life to be worth mentioning, Vita thought.
And then she thought, if that was the case. It was therefore rather pathetic that Suzie loomed larger for her than for Tim, that Suzie was in some ways a more real presence in her life than in his. What she thought it boiled down to was that she really didn't want the woman he left her for to be the true, profound love of his life.
I auditioned for that role. I put so much effort into it, I loved it. I'm not ready to let it go to someone else.
But you keep forgetting he didn't leave you, Vita - you left him.
And then she thought, is this a slewed version of Aesop's dog in the manger? I don't want him - but I don't want him wanting anyone else?
And then she thought, For God's sake, shut up! This is doing me no good at all. All this thinking and wondering that I do isn't going to change him or the past. What a waste of quarter of an hour - sifting through all that emotional JUNK. She knew there was nothing of value in it- she'd been through it with a fine toothcomb over and again. ~ Freya North,
454:Aesop
HE sat among the woods; he heard
The sylvan merriment; he saw
The pranks of butterfly and bird,
The humors of the ape, the daw.
And in the lion or the frog,—
In all the life of moor and fen,—
In ass and peacock, stork and dog,
He read similitudes of men.
“Of these, from those,” he cried, “we come,
Our hearts, our brains descend from these.”
And, lo! the Beasts no more were dumb,
But answered out of brakes and trees:
“Not ours,” they cried; “Degenerate,
If ours at all,” they cried again,
“Ye fools, who war with God and Fate,
Who strive and toil; strange race of men.
“For we are neither bond nor free,
For we have neither slaves nor kings;
But near to Nature’s heart are we,
And conscious of her secret things.
“Content are we to fall asleep,
And well content to wake no more;
We do not laugh, we do not weep,
Nor look behind us and before:
“But were there cause for moan or mirth,
’T is we, not you, should sigh or scorn,
Oh, latest children of the Earth,
Most childish children Earth has born.”
They spoke, but that misshapen slave
Told never of the thing he heard,
And unto men their portraits gave,
In likenesses of beast and bird!
~ Andrew Lang,
455:The Man, the Boy, and the Donkey A Man and his son were once going with their Donkey to market. As they were walking along by its side a countryman passed them and said: "You fools, what is a Donkey for but to ride upon?" So the Man put the Boy on the Donkey and they went on their way. But soon they passed a group of men, one of whom said: "See that lazy youngster, he lets his father walk while he rides." So the Man ordered his Boy to get off, and got on himself. But they hadn't gone far when they passed two women, one of whom said to the other: "Shame on that lazy lout to let his poor little son trudge along." Well, the Man didn't know what to do, but at last he took his Boy up before him on the Donkey. By this time they had come to the town, and the passers-by began to jeer and point at them. The Man stopped and asked what they were scoffing at. The men said: "Aren't you ashamed of yourself for overloading that poor donkey of yours and your hulking son?" The Man and Boy got off and tried to think what to do. They thought and they thought, till at last they cut down a pole, tied the donkey's feet to it, and raised the pole and the donkey to their shoulders. They went along amid the laughter of all who met them till they came to Market Bridge, when the Donkey, getting one of his feet loose, kicked out and caused the Boy to drop his end of the pole. In the struggle the Donkey fell over the bridge, and his fore-feet being tied together he was drowned. "That will teach you," said an old man who had followed them: "Please all, and you will please none. ~ Aesop,
456:To G. M. W. And G. F. W.
Whenas—(I love that 'whenas' word—
It shows I am a poet, too,)
Q. Horace Flaccus gaily stirred
The welkin with his tra-la-loo,
He little thought one donkey’s back
Would carry thus a double load—
Father and son upon one jack,
Galumphing down the Tibur Road.
II
Old is the tale—Aesop’s, I think—
Of that famed miller and his son
Whose fortunes were so 'on the blink'
They had one donk, and only one;
You know the tale—the critic’s squawk
(As pater that poor ass bestrode)—
'Selfish! To make thy fine son walk!'
Perhaps that was on Tibur Road?
III
You will recall how dad got down
And made the son the ass bestride:—
The critics shouted with a frown:
'Shame, boy! pray let thy father ride!'
Up got the dad beside the son;
The donkey staggered with the load
'Poor donk! For shame!' cried every one
That walked the (was it?) Tibur Road.
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You know the end! Upon their backs
Daddy and son with much ado
Boosted that most surprised of jacks,—
He kicked, and off the bridge he flew;
'He! haw!' A splash! A gurgling sound—
A long, last watery abode—
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In Anio’s stream the donk was drowned—
(If this occurred on Tibur Road.)
Let Donkey represent the Odes;
The Miller represent G. M.;
The Son stand for G. F.; the loads
Of Critics—I will do for them.
Now, then, this proposition made,
(And my bum verses 'Ah’d' and 'Oh’d!').
What Q. E. D. can be displayed
Anent this 'On the Tibur Road'?
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First, Horry’s dead and he don’t care,
So cancel him, and let him snore;
His Donkey has been raised in air
So oft he’s tough and calloused o’er;
Our Miller—dusty-headed man—
Follows the best donk-boosting code:
Our Son—dispute it no one can—
Sings gaily down the Tibur Road.
VII
This, then, must be this Critic’s scream:—
The donk was boosted well and high,
And, ergo! falling in the stream,
Isn’t and ain’t and can’t be dry;
Nor is your book. Which is to say
It is no gloomy episode—
You’ve made a dead donk sweetly bray,
And joyful is the Tibur Road.
~ Ellis Parker Butler,
457:Over Sir John's Hill
Over Sir John's hill,
The hawk on fire hangs still;
In a hoisted cloud, at drop of dusk, he pulls to his claws
And gallows, up the rays of his eyes the small birds of the bay
And the shrill child's play
Wars
Of the sparrows and such who swansing, dusk, in wrangling hedges.
And blithely they squawk
To fiery tyburn over the wrestle of elms until
The flash the noosed hawk
Crashes, and slowly the fishing holy stalking heron
In the river Towy below bows his tilted headstone.
Flash, and the plumes crack,
And a black cap of jackDaws Sir John's just hill dons, and again the gulled birds hare
To the hawk on fire, the halter height, over Towy's fins,
In a whack of wind.
There
Where the elegiac fisherbird stabs and paddles
In the pebbly dab-filled
Shallow and sedge, and 'dilly dilly,' calls the loft hawk,
'Come and be killed,'
I open the leaves of the water at a passage
Of psalms and shadows among the pincered sandcrabs prancing
And read, in a shell
Death clear as a bouy's bell:
All praise of the hawk on fire in hawk-eyed dusk be sung,
When his viperish fuse hangs looped with flames under the brand
Wing, and blest shall
Young
Green chickens of the bay and bushes cluck, 'dilly dilly,
Come let us die.'
We grieve as the blithe birds, never again, leave shingle and elm,
The heron and I,
I young Aesop fabling to the near night by the dingle
Of eels, saint heron hymning in the shell-hung distant
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Crystal harbour vale
Where the sea cobbles sail,
And wharves of water where the walls dance and the white cranes stilt.
It is the heron and I, under judging Sir John's elmed
Hill, tell-tale the knelled
Guilt
Of the led-astray birds whom God, for their breast of whistles,
Have Mercy on,
God in his whirlwind silence save, who marks the sparrows hail,
For their souls' song.
Now the heron grieves in the weeded verge. Through windows
Of dusk and water I see the tilting whispering
Heron, mirrored, go,
As the snapt feathers snow,
Fishing in the tear of the Towy. Only a hoot owl
Hollows, a grassblade blown in cupped hands, in the looted elms
And no green cocks or hens
Shout
Now on Sir John's hill. The heron, ankling the scaly
Lowlands of the waves,
Makes all the music; and I who hear the tune of the slow,
Wear-willow river, grave,
Before the lunge of the night, the notes on this time-shaken
Stone for the sake of the souls of the slain birds sailing.
~ Dylan Thomas,
458:Young Democracy
HARK! Young Democracy from sleep
Our careless sentries raps:
A backwash from the Future’s deep
Our Evil’s foreland laps.
Unknown, these Titans of our Night
Their New Creation make:
Unseen, they toil and love and fight
That glamoured Man may wake.
Knights-errant of the human race,
The Quixotes of to-day,
For man as man they claim a place,
Prepare the tedious way.
They seek no dim-eyed mob’s applause,
Deem base the titled name,
And spurn, for glory of their Cause,
The tawdry nymphs of Fame.
No masks of ignorance or sin
Hide from them you or me:
We’re Man—no colour shames our skin,
No race or caste have we.
The prognathous Neanderthal,
To them, conceals the Bruce;
They see Dan Aesop in the thrall;
From swagmen Christ deduce.
Tho’ butt for lecher’s ribaldry
And scarred by woman’s scorn,
In baby-burdened girl they see
God-motherhood forlorn.
With them, to racial siredom glides
The savage we deprave;
That eunuch brilliant Narses hides:
A Spartacus, that slave.
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They Jesus find in manger waif;
In horse-boys Shakespearehood:
And earthquake-Luthers nestling safe
In German miner’s brood.
The God that pulses everywhere
They know fills Satan’s veins;
No felon but they see Him there
Behind His mirror’s stains.
’Tis theirs Earth’s charnel rooms to clear,
And ruthless sweep away
The Lares and Penates dear
To man in his decay.
Their restless energy supplies
Munitions that will wreck
The keeps whence feudal enemies
Our free banditti check.
Their unrelenting wars they wage,
These Furies of the Right,
Where myriad Falsehood’s legions rage,
Artilleried by Might;
Where Fashion’s stupid iron clamps
Young Innovation’s head,
And Law the stalwart Present cramps
In Past’s Procrustes-bed;
Where Pride of learning, substance, blood,
Or prowess in the strife,
Exacts from teeming lowlihood
The lion’s share of life;
Where Gluttony would to the brutes
Degrade his loose-lipped gangs;
Where Tyranny his venom shoots
From one or million fangs;
Where Cruelty, in Wisdom’s mask,
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Piths fame from writhing beasts;
Where blest is racial Murder’s task
By Christ’s apostate priests.
In Punic or in Persian fray
With Love’s and Conscience’ foes,
Unadvertising Romans they,
And Spartans free from pose.
Abused as mad or traitors by
The trolls they would eject;
Cold-shouldered by wan Apathy;
Of motives mean suspect;
Outcast from social gaieties;
Denied life’s lilied grace;
They mount their hidden Calvaries
To save the human race.
The bowers of Art a few may know;
A few wait highly placed:
Most bear the hods of common woe,
And some you call disgraced.
But whether in the mob or school,
In church or poverty,
They teach and live the Golden Rule
Of Young Democracy:—
‘That culture, joy and goodliness
Be th’ equal right of all:
That Greed no more shall those oppress
Who by the wayside fall:
‘That each shall share what all men sow:
That colour, caste’s a lie:
That man is God, however low—
Is man, however high.’
~ Bernard O'Dowd,
459:Hero And Leander: The Second Sestiad
By this, sad Hero, with love unacquainted,
Viewing Leander's face, fell down and fainted.
He kissed her and breathed life into her lips,
Wherewith as one displeased away she trips.
Yet, as she went, full often looked behind,
And many poor excuses did she find
To linger by the way, and once she stayed,
And would have turned again, but was afraid,
In offering parley, to be counted light.
So on she goes and in her idle flight
Her painted fan of curled plumes let fall,
Thinking to train Leander therewithal.
He, being a novice, knew not what she meant
But stayed, and after her a letter sent,
Which joyful Hero answered in such sort,
As he had hope to scale the beauteous fort
Wherein the liberal Graces locked their wealth,
And therefore to her tower he got by stealth.
Wide open stood the door, he need not climb,
And she herself before the pointed time
Had spread the board, with roses strowed the room,
And oft looked out, and mused he did not come.
At last he came.
O who can tell the greeting
These greedy lovers had at their first meeting.
He asked, she gave, and nothing was denied.
Both to each other quickly were affied.
Look how their hands, so were their hearts united,
And what he did she willingly requited.
(Sweet are the kisses, the embracements sweet,
When like desires and affections meet,
For from the earth to heaven is Cupid raised,
Where fancy is in equal balance peised.)
Yet she this rashness suddenly repented
And turned aside, and to herself lamented
As if her name and honour had been wronged
By being possessed of him for whom she longed.
Ay, and she wished, albeit not from her heart
That he would leave her turret and depart.
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The mirthful god of amorous pleasure smiled
To see how he this captive nymph beguiled.
For hitherto he did but fan the fire,
And kept it down that it might mount the higher.
Now waxed she jealous lest his love abated,
Fearing her own thoughts made her to be hated.
Therefore unto him hastily she goes
And, like light Salmacis, her body throws
Upon his bosom where with yielding eyes
She offers up herself a sacrifice
To slake his anger if he were displeased.
O, what god would not therewith be appeased?
Like Aesop's cock this jewel he enjoyed
And as a brother with his sister toyed
Supposing nothing else was to be done,
Now he her favour and good will had won.
But know you not that creatures wanting sense
By nature have a mutual appetence,
And, wanting organs to advance a step,
Moved by love's force unto each other lep?
Much more in subjects having intellect
Some hidden influence breeds like effect.
Albeit Leander rude in love and raw,
Long dallying with Hero, nothing saw
That might delight him more, yet he suspected
Some amorous rites or other were neglected.
Therefore unto his body hers he clung.
She, fearing on the rushes to be flung,
Strived with redoubled strength; the more she strived
The more a gentle pleasing heat revived,
Which taught him all that elder lovers know.
And now the same gan so to scorch and glow
As in plain terms (yet cunningly) he craved it.
Love always makes those eloquent that have it.
She, with a kind of granting, put him by it
And ever, as he thought himself most nigh it,
Like to the tree of Tantalus, she fled
And, seeming lavish, saved her maidenhead.
Ne'er king more sought to keep his diadem,
Than Hero this inestimable gem.
Above our life we love a steadfast friend,
Yet when a token of great worth we send,
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We often kiss it, often look thereon,
And stay the messenger that would be gone.
No marvel then, though Hero would not yield
So soon to part from that she dearly held.
Jewels being lost are found again, this never;
'Tis lost but once, and once lost, lost forever.
Now had the morn espied her lover's steeds,
Whereat she starts, puts on her purple weeds,
And red for anger that he stayed so long
All headlong throws herself the clouds among.
And now Leander, fearing to be missed,
Embraced her suddenly, took leave, and kissed.
Long was he taking leave, and loath to go,
And kissed again as lovers use to do.
Sad Hero wrung him by the hand and wept
Saying, 'Let your vows and promises be kept.'
Then standing at the door she turned about
As loath to see Leander going out.
And now the sun that through th' horizon peeps,
As pitying these lovers, downward creeps,
So that in silence of the cloudy night,
Though it was morning, did he take his flight.
But what the secret trusty night concealed
Leander's amorous habit soon revealed.
With Cupid's myrtle was his bonnet crowned,
About his arms the purple riband wound
Wherewith she wreathed her largely spreading hair.
Nor could the youth abstain, but he must wear
The sacred ring wherewith she was endowed
When first religious chastity she vowed.
Which made his love through Sestos to be known,
And thence unto Abydos sooner blown
Than he could sail; for incorporeal fame
Whose weight consists in nothing but her name,
Is swifter than the wind, whose tardy plumes
Are reeking water and dull earthly fumes.
Home when he came, he seemed not to be there,
But, like exiled air thrust from his sphere,
Set in a foreign place; and straight from thence,
Alcides like, by mighty violence
He would have chased away the swelling main
That him from her unjustly did detain.
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Like as the sun in a diameter
Fires and inflames objects removed far,
And heateth kindly, shining laterally,
So beauty sweetly quickens when 'tis nigh,
But being separated and removed,
Burns where it cherished, murders where it loved.
Therefore even as an index to a book,
So to his mind was young Leander's look.
O, none but gods have power their love to hide,
Affection by the countenance is descried.
The light of hidden fire itself discovers,
And love that is concealed betrays poor lovers,
His secret flame apparently was seen.
Leander's father knew where he had been
And for the same mildly rebuked his son,
Thinking to quench the sparkles new begun.
But love resisted once grows passionate,
And nothing more than counsel lovers hate.
For as a hot proud horse highly disdains
To have his head controlled, but breaks the reins,
Spits forth the ringled bit, and with his hooves
Checks the submissive ground; so he that loves,
The more he is restrained, the worse he fares.
What is it now, but mad Leander dares?
'O Hero, Hero! ' thus he cried full oft;
And then he got him to a rock aloft,
Where having spied her tower, long stared he on't,
And prayed the narrow toiling Hellespont
To part in twain, that he might come and go;
But still the rising billows answered, 'No.'
With that he stripped him to the ivory skin
And, crying 'Love, I come,' leaped lively in.
Whereat the sapphire visaged god grew proud,
And made his capering Triton sound aloud,
Imagining that Ganymede, displeased,
Had left the heavens; therefore on him he seized.
Leander strived; the waves about him wound,
And pulled him to the bottom, where the ground
Was strewed with pearl, and in low coral groves
Sweet singing mermaids sported with their loves
On heaps of heavy gold, and took great pleasure
To spurn in careless sort the shipwrack treasure.
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For here the stately azure palace stood
Where kingly Neptune and his train abode.
The lusty god embraced him, called him 'Love,'
And swore he never should return to Jove.
But when he knew it was not Ganymede,
For under water he was almost dead,
He heaved him up and, looking on his face,
Beat down the bold waves with his triple mace,
Which mounted up, intending to have kissed him,
And fell in drops like tears because they missed him.
Leander, being up, began to swim
And, looking back, saw Neptune follow him,
Whereat aghast, the poor soul 'gan to cry
'O, let me visit Hero ere I die! '
The god put Helle's bracelet on his arm,
And swore the sea should never do him harm.
He clapped his plump cheeks, with his tresses played
And, smiling wantonly, his love bewrayed.
He watched his arms and, as they opened wide
At every stroke, betwixt them would he slide
And steal a kiss, and then run out and dance,
And, as he turned, cast many a lustful glance,
And threw him gaudy toys to please his eye,
And dive into the water, and there pry
Upon his breast, his thighs, and every limb,
And up again, and close beside him swim,
And talk of love.
Leander made reply,
'You are deceived; I am no woman, I.'
Thereat smiled Neptune, and then told a tale,
How that a shepherd, sitting in a vale,
Played with a boy so fair and kind,
As for his love both earth and heaven pined;
That of the cooling river durst not drink,
Lest water nymphs should pull him from the brink.
And when he sported in the fragrant lawns,
Goat footed satyrs and upstaring fauns
Would steal him thence. Ere half this tale was done,
'Ay me,' Leander cried, 'th' enamoured sun
That now should shine on Thetis' glassy bower,
Descends upon my radiant Hero's tower.
O, that these tardy arms of mine were wings! '
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And, as he spake, upon the waves he springs.
Neptune was angry that he gave no ear,
And in his heart revenging malice bare.
He flung at him his mace but, as it went,
He called it in, for love made him repent.
The mace, returning back, his own hand hit
As meaning to be venged for darting it.
When this fresh bleeding wound Leander viewed,
His colour went and came, as if he rued
The grief which Neptune felt. In gentle breasts
Relenting thoughts, remorse, and pity rests.
And who have hard hearts and obdurate minds,
But vicious, harebrained, and illiterate hinds?
The god, seeing him with pity to be moved,
Thereon concluded that he was beloved.
(Love is too full of faith, too credulous,
With folly and false hope deluding us.)
Wherefore, Leander's fancy to surprise,
To the rich Ocean for gifts he flies.
'tis wisdom to give much; a gift prevails
When deep persuading oratory fails.
By this Leander, being near the land,
Cast down his weary feet and felt the sand.
Breathless albeit he were he rested not
Till to the solitary tower he got,
And knocked and called. At which celestial noise
The longing heart of Hero much more joys
Than nymphs and shepherds when the timbrel rings,
Or crooked dolphin when the sailor sings.
She stayed not for her robes but straight arose
And, drunk with gladness, to the door she goes,
Where seeing a naked man, she screeched for fear
(Such sights as this to tender maids are rare)
And ran into the dark herself to hide.
(Rich jewels in the dark are soonest spied) .
Unto her was he led, or rather drawn
By those white limbs which sparkled through the lawn.
The nearer that he came, the more she fled,
And, seeking refuge, slipped into her bed.
Whereon Leander sitting thus began,
Through numbing cold, all feeble, faint, and wan.
'If not for love, yet, love, for pity sake,
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Me in thy bed and maiden bosom take.
At least vouchsafe these arms some little room,
Who, hoping to embrace thee, cheerly swum.
This head was beat with many a churlish billow,
And therefore let it rest upon thy pillow.'
Herewith affrighted, Hero shrunk away,
And in her lukewarm place Leander lay,
Whose lively heat, like fire from heaven fet,
Would animate gross clay and higher set
The drooping thoughts of base declining souls
Than dreary Mars carousing nectar bowls.
His hands he cast upon her like a snare.
She, overcome with shame and sallow fear,
Like chaste Diana when Actaeon spied her,
Being suddenly betrayed, dived down to hide her.
And, as her silver body downward went,
With both her hands she made the bed a tent,
And in her own mind thought herself secure,
O'ercast with dim and darksome coverture.
And now she lets him whisper in her ear,
Flatter, entreat, promise, protest and swear;
Yet ever, as he greedily assayed
To touch those dainties, she the harpy played,
And every limb did, as a soldier stout,
Defend the fort, and keep the foeman out.
For though the rising ivory mount he scaled,
Which is with azure circling lines empaled,
Much like a globe (a globe may I term this,
By which love sails to regions full of bliss)
Yet there with Sisyphus he toiled in vain,
Till gentle parley did the truce obtain.
Wherein Leander on her quivering breast
Breathless spoke something, and sighed out the rest;
Which so prevailed, as he with small ado
Enclosed her in his arms and kissed her too.
And every kiss to her was as a charm,
And to Leander as a fresh alarm,
So that the truce was broke and she, alas,
(Poor silly maiden) at his mercy was.
Love is not full of pity (as men say)
But deaf and cruel where he means to prey.
Even as a bird, which in our hands we wring,
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Forth plungeth and oft flutters with her wing,
She trembling strove.
This strife of hers (like that
Which made the world) another world begat
Of unknown joy. Treason was in her thought,
And cunningly to yield herself she sought.
Seeming not won, yet won she was at length.
In such wars women use but half their strength.
Leander now, like Theban Hercules,
Entered the orchard of th' Hesperides;
Whose fruit none rightly can describe but he
That pulls or shakes it from the golden tree.
And now she wished this night were never done,
And sighed to think upon th' approaching sun;
For much it grieved her that the bright daylight
Should know the pleasure of this blessed night,
And them, like Mars and Erycine, display
Both in each other's arms chained as they lay.
Again, she knew not how to frame her look,
Or speak to him, who in a moment took
That which so long so charily she kept,
And fain by stealth away she would have crept,
And to some corner secretly have gone,
Leaving Leander in the bed alone.
But as her naked feet were whipping out,
He on the sudden clinged her so about,
That, mermaid-like, unto the floor she slid.
One half appeared, the other half was hid.
Thus near the bed she blushing stood upright,
And from her countenance behold ye might
A kind of twilight break, which through the hair,
As from an orient cloud, glimpsed here and there,
And round about the chamber this false morn
Brought forth the day before the day was born.
So Hero's ruddy cheek Hero betrayed,
And her all naked to his sight displayed,
Whence his admiring eyes more pleasure took
Than Dis, on heaps of gold fixing his look.
By this, Apollo's golden harp began
To sound forth music to the ocean,
Which watchful Hesperus no sooner heard
But he the bright day-bearing car prepared
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And ran before, as harbinger of light,
And with his flaring beams mocked ugly night,
Till she, o'ercome with anguish, shame, and rage,
Danged down to hell her loathsome carriage.
~ Christopher Marlowe,
460:The Ghost - Book Iv
Coxcombs, who vainly make pretence
To something of exalted sense
'Bove other men, and, gravely wise,
Affect those pleasures to despise,
Which, merely to the eye confined,
Bring no improvement to the mind,
Rail at all pomp; they would not go
For millions to a puppet-show,
Nor can forgive the mighty crime
Of countenancing pantomime;
No, not at Covent Garden, where,
Without a head for play or player,
Or, could a head be found most fit,
Without one player to second it,
They must, obeying Folly's call,
Thrive by mere show, or not at all
With these grave fops, who, (bless their brains!)
Most cruel to themselves, take pains
For wretchedness, and would be thought
Much wiser than a wise man ought,
For his own happiness, to be;
Who what they hear, and what they see,
And what they smell, and taste, and feel,
Distrust, till Reason sets her seal,
And, by long trains of consequences
Insured, gives sanction to the senses;
Who would not (Heaven forbid it!) waste
One hour in what the world calls Taste,
Nor fondly deign to laugh or cry,
Unless they know some reason why;
With these grave fops, whose system seems
To give up certainty for dreams,
The eye of man is understood
As for no other purpose good
Than as a door, through which, of course,
Their passage crowding, objects force,
A downright usher, to admit
New-comers to the court of Wit:
(Good Gravity! forbear thy spleen;
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When I say Wit, I Wisdom mean)
Where (such the practice of the court,
Which legal precedents support)
Not one idea is allow'd
To pass unquestion'd in the crowd,
But ere it can obtain the grace
Of holding in the brain a place,
Before the chief in congregation
Must stand a strict examination.
Not such as those, who physic twirl,
Full fraught with death, from every curl;
Who prove, with all becoming state,
Their voice to be the voice of Fate;
Prepared with essence, drop, and pill,
To be another Ward or Hill,
Before they can obtain their ends,
To sign death-warrants for their friends,
And talents vast as theirs employ,
_Secundum artem_ to destroy,
Must pass (or laws their rage restrain)
Before the chiefs of Warwick Lane:
Thrice happy Lane! where, uncontroll'd,
In power and lethargy grown old,
Most fit to take, in this bless'd land,
The reins--which fell from Wyndham's hand,
Her lawful throne great Dulness rears,
Still more herself, as more in years;
Where she, (and who shall dare deny
Her right, when Reeves and Chauncy's by?)
Calling to mind, in ancient time,
One Garth, who err'd in wit and rhyme,
Ordains, from henceforth, to admit
None of the rebel sons of Wit,
And makes it her peculiar care
That Schomberg never shall be there.
Not such as those, whom Polly trains
To letters, though unbless'd with brains,
Who, destitute of power and will
To learn, are kept to learning still;
Whose heads, when other methods fail,
Receive instruction from the tail,
Because their sires,--a common case
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Which brings the children to disgrace,-Imagine it a certain rule
They never could beget a fool,
Must pass, or must compound for, ere
The chaplain, full of beef and prayer,
Will give his reverend permit,
Announcing them for orders fit;
So that the prelate (what's a name?
All prelates now are much the same)
May, with a conscience safe and quiet,
With holy hands lay on that fiat
Which doth all faculties dispense,
All sanctity, all faith, all sense;
Makes Madan quite a saint appear,
And makes an oracle of Cheere.
Not such as in that solemn seat,
Where the Nine Ladies hold retreat,-The Ladies Nine, who, as we're told,
Scorning those haunts they loved of old,
The banks of Isis now prefer,
Nor will one hour from Oxford stir,-Are held for form, which Balaam's ass
As well as Balaam's self might pass,
And with his master take degrees,
Could he contrive to pay the fees.
Men of sound parts, who, deeply read,
O'erload the storehouse of the head
With furniture they ne'er can use,
Cannot forgive our rambling Muse
This wild excursion; cannot see
Why Physic and Divinity,
To the surprise of all beholders,
Are lugg'd in by the head and shoulders;
Or how, in any point of view,
Oxford hath any thing to do.
But men of nice and subtle learning,
Remarkable for quick discerning,
Through spectacles of critic mould,
Without instruction, will behold
That we a method here have got
To show what is, by what is not;
And that our drift (parenthesis
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For once apart) is briefly this:
Within the brain's most secret cells
A certain Lord Chief-Justice dwells,
Of sovereign power, whom, one and all,
With common voice, we Reason call;
Though, for the purposes of satire,
A name, in truth, is no great matter;
Jefferies or Mansfield, which you will-It means a Lord Chief-Justice still.
Here, so our great projectors say,
The Senses all must homage pay;
Hither they all must tribute bring,
And prostrate fall before their king;
Whatever unto them is brought,
Is carried on the wings of Thought
Before his throne, where, in full state,
He on their merits holds debate,
Examines, cross-examines, weighs
Their right to censure or to praise:
Nor doth his equal voice depend
On narrow views of foe and friend,
Nor can, or flattery, or force
Divert him from his steady course;
The channel of Inquiry's clear,
No sham examination's here.
He, upright justicer, no doubt,
_Ad libitum_ puts in and out,
Adjusts and settles in a trice
What virtue is, and what is vice;
What is perfection, what defect;
What we must choose, and what reject;
He takes upon him to explain
What pleasure is, and what is pain;
Whilst we, obedient to the whim,
And resting all our faith on him,
True members of the Stoic Weal,
Must learn to think, and cease to feel.
This glorious system, form'd for man
To practise when and how he can,
If the five Senses, in alliance,
To Reason hurl a proud defiance,
And, though oft conquer'd, yet unbroke,
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Endeavour to throw off that yoke,
Which they a greater slavery hold
Than Jewish bondage was of old;
Or if they, something touch'd with shame,
Allow him to retain the name
Of Royalty, and, as in sport,
To hold a mimic formal court;
Permitted--no uncommon thing-To be a kind of puppet king,
And suffer'd, by the way of toy,
To hold a globe, but not employ;
Our system-mongers, struck with fear,
Prognosticate destruction near;
All things to anarchy must run;
The little world of man's undone.
Nay, should the Eye, that nicest sense,
Neglect to send intelligence
Unto the Brain, distinct and clear,
Of all that passes in her sphere;
Should she, presumptuous, joy receive
Without the Understanding's leave,
They deem it rank and daring treason
Against the monarchy of Reason,
Not thinking, though they're wondrous wise,
That few have reason, most have eyes;
So that the pleasures of the mind
To a small circle are confined,
Whilst those which to the senses fall
Become the property of all.
Besides, (and this is sure a case
Not much at present out of place)
Where Nature reason doth deny,
No art can that defect supply;
But if (for it is our intent
Fairly to state the argument)
A man should want an eye or two,
The remedy is sure, though new:
The cure's at hand--no need of fear-For proof--behold the Chevalier!-As well prepared, beyond all doubt,
To put eyes in, as put them out.
But, argument apart, which tends
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To embitter foes and separate friends,
(Nor, turn'd apostate from the Nine,
Would I, though bred up a divine,
And foe, of course, to Reason's Weal,
Widen that breach I cannot heal)
By his own sense and feelings taught,
In speech as liberal as in thought,
Let every man enjoy his whim;
What's he to me, or I to him?
Might I, though never robed in ermine,
A matter of this weight determine,
No penalties should settled be
To force men to hypocrisy,
To make them ape an awkward zeal,
And, feeling not, pretend to feel.
I would not have, might sentence rest
Finally fix'd within my breast,
E'en Annet censured and confined,
Because we're of a different mind.
Nature, who, in her act most free,
Herself delights in liberty,
Profuse in love, and without bound,
Pours joy on every creature round;
Whom yet, was every bounty shed
In double portions on our head,
We could not truly bounteous call,
If Freedom did not crown them all.
By Providence forbid to stray,
Brutes never can mistake their way;
Determined still, they plod along
By instinct, neither right nor wrong;
But man, had he the heart to use
His freedom, hath a right to choose;
Whether he acts, or well, or ill,
Depends entirely on his will.
To her last work, her favourite Man,
Is given, on Nature's better plan,
A privilege in power to err.
Nor let this phrase resentment stir
Amongst the grave ones, since indeed
The little merit man can plead
In doing well, dependeth still
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Upon his power of doing ill.
Opinions should be free as air;
No man, whate'er his rank, whate'er
His qualities, a claim can found
That my opinion must be bound,
And square with his; such slavish chains
From foes the liberal soul disdains;
Nor can, though true to friendship, bend
To wear them even from a friend.
Let those, who rigid judgment own,
Submissive bow at Judgment's throne,
And if they of no value hold
Pleasure, till pleasure is grown cold,
Pall'd and insipid, forced to wait
For Judgment's regular debate
To give it warrant, let them find
Dull subjects suited to their mind.
Theirs be slow wisdom; be my plan,
To live as merry as I can,
Regardless, as the fashions go,
Whether there's reason for't or no:
Be my employment here on earth
To give a liberal scope to mirth,
Life's barren vale with flowers to adorn,
And pluck a rose from every thorn.
But if, by Error led astray,
I chance to wander from my way,
Let no blind guide observe, in spite,
I'm wrong, who cannot set me right.
That doctor could I ne'er endure
Who found disease, and not a cure;
Nor can I hold that man a friend
Whose zeal a helping hand shall lend
To open happy Folly's eyes,
And, making wretched, make me wise:
For next (a truth which can't admit
Reproof from Wisdom or from Wit)
To being happy here below,
Is to believe that we are so.
Some few in knowledge find relief;
I place my comfort in belief.
Some for reality may call;
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Fancy to me is all in all.
Imagination, through the trick
Of doctors, often makes us sick;
And why, let any sophist tell,
May it not likewise make us well?
This I am sure, whate'er our view,
Whatever shadows we pursue,
For our pursuits, be what they will,
Are little more than shadows still;
Too swift they fly, too swift and strong,
For man to catch or hold them long;
But joys which in the fancy live,
Each moment to each man may give:
True to himself, and true to ease,
He softens Fate's severe decrees,
And (can a mortal wish for more?)
Creates, and makes himself new o'er,
Mocks boasted vain reality,
And is, whate'er he wants to be.
Hail, Fancy!--to thy power I owe
Deliverance from the gripe of Woe;
To thee I owe a mighty debt,
Which Gratitude shall ne'er forget,
Whilst Memory can her force employ,
A large increase of every joy.
When at my doors, too strongly barr'd,
Authority had placed a guard,
A knavish guard, ordain'd by law
To keep poor Honesty in awe;
Authority, severe and stern,
To intercept my wish'd return;
When foes grew proud, and friends grew cool,
And laughter seized each sober fool;
When Candour started in amaze,
And, meaning censure, hinted praise;
When Prudence, lifting up her eyes
And hands, thank'd Heaven that she was wise;
When all around me, with an air
Of hopeless sorrow, look'd despair;
When they, or said, or seem'd to say,
There is but one, one only way
Better, and be advised by us,
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Not be at all, than to be thus;
When Virtue shunn'd the shock, and Pride,
Disabled, lay by Virtue's side,
Too weak my ruffled soul to cheer,
Which could not hope, yet would not fear;
Health in her motion, the wild grace
Of pleasure speaking in her face,
Dull regularity thrown by,
And comfort beaming from her eye,
Fancy, in richest robes array'd,
Came smiling forth, and brought me aid;
Came smiling o'er that dreadful time,
And, more to bless me, came in rhyme.
Nor is her power to me confined;
It spreads, it comprehends mankind.
When (to the spirit-stirring sound
Of trumpets breathing courage round,
And fifes well-mingled, to restrain
And bring that courage down again;
Or to the melancholy knell
Of the dull, deep, and doleful bell,
Such as of late the good Saint Bride
Muffled, to mortify the pride
Of those who, England quite forgot,
Paid their vile homage to the Scot;
Where Asgill held the foremost place,
Whilst my lord figured at a race)
Processions ('tis not worth debate
Whether they are of stage or state)
Move on, so very, very slow,
Tis doubtful if they move, or no;
When the performers all the while
Mechanically frown or smile,
Or, with a dull and stupid stare,
A vacancy of sense declare,
Or, with down-bending eye, seem wrought
Into a labyrinth of thought,
Where Reason wanders still in doubt,
And, once got in, cannot get out;
What cause sufficient can we find,
To satisfy a thinking mind,
Why, duped by such vain farces, man
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Descends to act on such a plan?
Why they, who hold themselves divine,
Can in such wretched follies join,
Strutting like peacocks, or like crows,
Themselves and Nature to expose?
What cause, but that (you'll understand
We have our remedy at hand,
That if perchance we start a doubt,
Ere it is fix'd, we wipe it out;
As surgeons, when they lop a limb,
Whether for profit, fame, or whim,
Or mere experiment to try,
Must always have a styptic by)
Fancy steps in, and stamps that real,
Which, _ipso facto_, is ideal.
Can none remember?--yes, I know,
All must remember that rare show
When to the country Sense went down,
And fools came flocking up to town;
When knights (a work which all admit
To be for knighthood much unfit)
Built booths for hire; when parsons play'd,
In robes canonical array'd,
And, fiddling, join'd the Smithfield dance,
The price of tickets to advance:
Or, unto tapsters turn'd, dealt out,
Running from booth to booth about,
To every scoundrel, by retail,
True pennyworths of beef and ale,
Then first prepared, by bringing beer in,
For present grand electioneering;
When heralds, running all about
To bring in Order, turn'd it out;
When, by the prudent Marshal's care,
Lest the rude populace should stare,
And with unhallow'd eyes profane
Gay puppets of Patrician strain,
The whole procession, as in spite,
Unheard, unseen, stole off by night;
When our loved monarch, nothing both,
Solemnly took that sacred oath,
Whence mutual firm agreements spring
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Betwixt the subject and the king,
By which, in usual manner crown'd,
His head, his heart, his hands, he bound,
Against himself, should passion stir
The least propensity to err,
Against all slaves, who might prepare,
Or open force, or hidden snare,
That glorious Charter to maintain,
By which we serve, and he must reign;
Then Fancy, with unbounded sway,
Revell'd sole mistress of the day,
And wrought such wonders, as might make
Egyptian sorcerers forsake
Their baffled mockeries, and own
The palm of magic hers alone.
A knight, (who, in the silken lap
Of lazy Peace, had lived on pap;
Who never yet had dared to roam
'Bove ten or twenty miles from home,
Nor even that, unless a guide
Was placed to amble by his side,
And troops of slaves were spread around
To keep his Honour safe and sound;
Who could not suffer, for his life,
A point to sword, or edge to knife;
And always fainted at the sight
Of blood, though 'twas not shed in fight;
Who disinherited one son
For firing off an alder gun,
And whipt another, six years old,
Because the boy, presumptuous, bold
To madness, likely to become
A very Swiss, had beat a drum,
Though it appear'd an instrument
Most peaceable and innocent,
Having, from first, been in the hands
And service of the City bands)
Graced with those ensigns, which were meant
To further Honour's dread intent,
The minds of warriors to inflame,
And spur them on to deeds of fame;
With little sword, large spurs, high feather,
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Fearless of every thing but weather,
(And all must own, who pay regard
To charity, it had been hard
That in his very first campaign
His honours should be soil'd with rain)
A hero all at once became,
And (seeing others much the same
In point of valour as himself,
Who leave their courage on a shelf
From year to year, till some such rout
In proper season calls it out)
Strutted, look'd big, and swagger'd more
Than ever hero did before;
Look'd up, look'd down, look'd all around,
Like Mavors, grimly smiled and frown'd;
Seem'd Heaven, and Earth, and Hell to call
To fight, that he might rout them all,
And personated Valour's style
So long, spectators to beguile,
That, passing strange, and wondrous true,
Himself at last believed it too;
Nor for a time could he discern,
Till Truth and Darkness took their turn,
So well did Fancy play her part,
That coward still was at the heart.
Whiffle (who knows not Whiffle's name,
By the impartial voice of Fame
Recorded first through all this land
In Vanity's illustrious band?)
Who, by all-bounteous Nature meant
For offices of hardiment,
A modern Hercules at least,
To rid the world of each wild beast,
Of each wild beast which came in view,
Whether on four legs or on two,
Degenerate, delights to prove
His force on the parade of Love,
Disclaims the joys which camps afford,
And for the distaff quits the sword;
Who fond of women would appear
To public eye and public ear,
But, when in private, lets them know
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How little they can trust to show;
Who sports a woman, as of course,
Just as a jockey shows a horse,
And then returns her to the stable,
Or vainly plants her at his table,
Where he would rather Venus find
(So pall'd, and so depraved his mind)
Than, by some great occasion led,
To seize her panting in her bed,
Burning with more than mortal fires,
And melting in her own desires;
Who, ripe in years, is yet a child,
Through fashion, not through feeling, wild;
Whate'er in others, who proceed
As Sense and Nature have decreed,
From real passion flows, in him
Is mere effect of mode and whim;
Who laughs, a very common way,
Because he nothing has to say,
As your choice spirits oaths dispense
To fill up vacancies of sense;
Who, having some small sense, defies it,
Or, using, always misapplies it;
Who now and then brings something forth
Which seems indeed of sterling worth;
Something, by sudden start and fit,
Which at a distance looks like wit,
But, on examination near,
To his confusion will appear,
By Truth's fair glass, to be at best
A threadbare jester's threadbare jest;
Who frisks and dances through the street,
Sings without voice, rides without seat,
Plays o'er his tricks, like Aesop's ass,
A gratis fool to all who pass;
Who riots, though he loves not waste,
Whores without lust, drinks without taste,
Acts without sense, talks without thought,
Does every thing but what he ought;
Who, led by forms, without the power
Of vice, is vicious; who one hour,
Proud without pride, the next will be
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Humble without humility:
Whose vanity we all discern,
The spring on which his actions turn;
Whose aim in erring, is to err,
So that he may be singular,
And all his utmost wishes mean
Is, though he's laugh'd at, to be seen:
Such, (for when Flattery's soothing strain
Had robb'd the Muse of her disdain,
And found a method to persuade
Her art to soften every shade,
Justice, enraged, the pencil snatch'd
From her degenerate hand, and scratch'd
Out every trace; then, quick as thought,
From life this striking likeness caught)
In mind, in manners, and in mien,
Such Whiffle came, and such was seen
In the world's eye; but (strange to tell!)
Misled by Fancy's magic spell,
Deceived, not dreaming of deceit,
Cheated, but happy in the cheat,
Was more than human in his own.
Oh, bow, bow all at Fancy's throne,
Whose power could make so vile an elf
With patience bear that thing, himself.
But, mistress of each art to please,
Creative Fancy, what are these,
These pageants of a trifler's pen,
To what thy power effected then?
Familiar with the human mind,
And swift and subtle as the wind,
Which we all feel, yet no one knows,
Or whence it comes, or where it goes,
Fancy at once in every part
Possess'd the eye, the head, the heart,
And in a thousand forms array'd,
A thousand various gambols play'd.
Here, in a face which well might ask
The privilege to wear a mask
In spite of law, and Justice teach
For public good to excuse the breach,
Within the furrow of a wrinkle
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'Twixt eyes, which could not shine but twinkle,
Like sentinels i' th' starry way,
Who wait for the return of day,
Almost burnt out, and seem to keep
Their watch, like soldiers, in their sleep;
Or like those lamps, which, by the power
Of law, must burn from hour to hour,
(Else they, without redemption, fall
Under the terrors of that Hall,
Which, once notorious for a hop,
Is now become a justice shop)
Which are so managed, to go out
Just when the time comes round about,
Which yet, through emulation, strive
To keep their dying light alive,
And (not uncommon, as we find,
Amongst the children of mankind)
As they grow weaker, would seem stronger,
And burn a little, little longer:
Fancy, betwixt such eyes enshrined,
No brush to daub, no mill to grind,
Thrice waved her wand around, whose force
Changed in an instant Nature's course,
And, hardly credible in rhyme,
Not only stopp'd, but call'd back Time;
The face of every wrinkle clear'd,
Smooth as the floating stream appear'd,
Down the neck ringlets spread their flame,
The neck admiring whence they came;
On the arch'd brow the Graces play'd;
On the full bosom Cupid laid;
Suns, from their proper orbits sent,
Became for eyes a supplement;
Teeth, white as ever teeth were seen,
Deliver'd from the hand of Green,
Started, in regular array,
Like train-bands on a grand field day,
Into the gums, which would have fled,
But, wondering, turn'd from white to red;
Quite alter'd was the whole machine,
And Lady ---- ---- was fifteen.
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Before the pious Dashwood's eyes,
Temples which, built aloft in air,
May serve for show, if not for prayer;
In solemn form herself, before,
Array'd like Faith, the Bible bore.
There over Melcombe's feather'd head-Who, quite a man of gingerbread,
Savour'd in talk, in dress, and phiz,
More of another world than this,
To a dwarf Muse a giant page,
The last grave fop of the last age-In a superb and feather'd hearse,
Bescutcheon'd and betagg'd with verse,
Which, to beholders from afar,
Appear'd like a triumphal car,
She rode, in a cast rainbow clad;
There, throwing off the hallow'd plaid,
Naked, as when (in those drear cells
Where, self-bless'd, self-cursed, Madness dwells)
Pleasure, on whom, in Laughter's shape,
Frenzy had perfected a rape,
First brought her forth, before her time,
Wild witness of her shame and crime,
Driving before an idol band
Of drivelling Stuarts, hand in hand;
Some who, to curse mankind, had wore
A crown they ne'er must think of more;
Others, whose baby brows were graced
With paper crowns, and toys of paste,
She jigg'd, and, playing on the flute,
Spread raptures o'er the soul of Bute.
Big with vast hopes, some mighty plan,
Which wrought the busy soul of man
To her full bent; the Civil Law,
Fit code to keep a world in awe,
Bound o'er his brows, fair to behold,
As Jewish frontlets were of old;
The famous Charter of our land
Defaced, and mangled in his hand;
As one whom deepest thoughts employ,
But deepest thoughts of truest joy,
Serious and slow he strode, he stalk'd;
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Before him troops of heroes walk'd,
Whom best he loved, of heroes crown'd,
By Tories guarded all around;
Dull solemn pleasure in his face,
He saw the honours of his race,
He saw their lineal glories rise,
And touch'd, or seem'd to touch, the skies:
Not the most distant mark of fear,
No sign of axe or scaffold near,
Not one cursed thought to cross his will
Of such a place as Tower Hill.
Curse on this Muse, a flippant jade,
A shrew, like every other maid
Who turns the corner of nineteen,
Devour'd with peevishness and spleen;
Her tongue (for as, when bound for life,
The husband suffers for the wife,
So if in any works of rhyme
Perchance there blunders out a crime,
Poor culprit bards must always rue it,
Although 'tis plain the Muses do it)
Sooner or later cannot fail
To send me headlong to a jail.
Whate'er my theme, (our themes we choose,
In modern days, without a Muse;
Just as a father will provide
To join a bridegroom and a bride,
As if, though they must be the players,
The game was wholly his, not theirs)
Whate'er my theme, the Muse, who still
Owns no direction but her will,
Plies off, and ere I could expect,
By ways oblique and indirect,
At once quite over head and ears
In fatal politics appears.
Time was, and, if I aught discern
Of fate, that time shall soon return,
When, decent and demure at least,
As grave and dull as any priest,
I could see Vice in robes array'd,
Could see the game of Folly play'd
Successfully in Fortune's school,
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Without exclaiming rogue or fool.
Time was, when, nothing both or proud,
I lackey'd with the fawning crowd,
Scoundrels in office, and would bow
To cyphers great in place; but now
Upright I stand, as if wise Fate,
To compliment a shatter'd state,
Had me, like Atlas, hither sent
To shoulder up the firmament,
And if I stoop'd, with general crack,
The heavens would tumble from my back.
Time was, when rank and situation
Secured the great ones of the nation
From all control; satire and law
Kept only little knaves in awe;
But now, Decorum lost, I stand
Bemused, a pencil in my hand,
And, dead to every sense of shame,
Careless of safety and of fame,
The names of scoundrels minute down,
And libel more than half the town.
How can a statesman be secure
In all his villanies, if poor
And dirty authors thus shall dare
To lay his rotten bosom bare?
Muses should pass away their time
In dressing out the poet's rhyme
With bills, and ribands, and array
Each line in harmless taste, though gay;
When the hot burning fit is on,
They should regale their restless son
With something to allay his rage,
Some cool Castalian beverage,
Or some such draught (though they, 'tis plain,
Taking the Muse's name in vain,
Know nothing of their real court,
And only fable from report)
As makes a Whitehead's Ode go down,
Or slakes the Feverette of Brown:
But who would in his senses think,
Of Muses giving gall to drink,
Or that their folly should afford
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To raving poets gun or sword?
Poets were ne'er designed by Fate
To meddle with affairs of state,
Nor should (if we may speak our thought
Truly as men of honour ought)
Sound policy their rage admit,
To launch the thunderbolts of Wit
About those heads, which, when they're shot,
Can't tell if 'twas by Wit or not.
These things well known, what devil, in spite,
Can have seduced me thus to write
Out of that road, which must have led
To riches, without heart or head,
Into that road, which, had I more
Than ever poet had before
Of wit and virtue, in disgrace
Would keep me still, and out of place;
Which, if some judge (you'll understand
One famous, famous through the land
For making law) should stand my friend,
At last may in a pillory end;
And all this, I myself admit,
Without one cause to lead to it?
For instance, now--this book--the Ghost-Methinks I hear some critic Post
Remark most gravely--'The first word
Which we about the Ghost have heard.'
Peace, my good sir!--not quite so fast-What is the first, may be the last,
Which is a point, all must agree,
Cannot depend on you or me.
Fanny, no ghost of common mould,
Is not by forms to be controll'd;
To keep her state, and show her skill,
She never comes but when she will.
I wrote and wrote, (perhaps you doubt,
And shrewdly, what I wrote about;
Believe me, much to my disgrace,
I, too, am in the self-same case
But still I wrote, till Fanny came
Impatient, nor could any shame
On me with equal justice fall
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If she had never come at all.
An underling, I could not stir
Without the cue thrown out by her,
Nor from the subject aid receive
Until she came and gave me leave.
So that, (ye sons of Erudition
Mark, this is but a supposition,
Nor would I to so wise a nation
Suggest it as a revelation)
If henceforth, dully turning o'er
Page after page, ye read no more
Of Fanny, who, in sea or air,
May be departed God knows where,
Rail at jilt Fortune; but agree
No censure can be laid on me;
For sure (the cause let Mansfield try)
Fanny is in the fault, not I.
But, to return--and this I hold
A secret worth its weight in gold
To those who write, as I write now,
Not to mind where they go, or how,
Through ditch, through bog, o'er hedge and stile,
Make it but worth the reader's while,
And keep a passage fair and plain
Always to bring him back again.
Through dirt, who scruples to approach,
At Pleasure's call, to take a coach?
But we should think the man a clown,
Who in the dirt should set us down.
But to return--if Wit, who ne'er
The shackles of restraint could bear,
In wayward humour should refuse
Her timely succour to the Muse,
And, to no rules and orders tied,
Roughly deny to be her guide,
She must renounce Decorum's plan,
And get back when, and how she can;
As parsons, who, without pretext,
As soon as mention'd, quit their text,
And, to promote sleep's genial power,
Grope in the dark for half an hour,
Give no more reason (for we know
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Reason is vulgar, mean, and low)
Why they come back (should it befall
That ever they come back at all)
Into the road, to end their rout,
Than they can give why they went out.
But to return--this book--the Ghost-A mere amusement at the most;
A trifle, fit to wear away
The horrors of a rainy day;
A slight shot-silk, for summer wear,
Just as our modern statesmen are,
If rigid honesty permit
That I for once purloin the wit
Of him, who, were we all to steal,
Is much too rich the theft to feel:
Yet in this book, where Base should join
With Mirth to sugar every line;
Where it should all be mere chit-chat,
Lively, good-humour'd, and all that;
Where honest Satire, in disgrace,
Should not so much as show her face,
The shrew, o'erleaping all due bounds,
Breaks into Laughter's sacred grounds,
And, in contempt, plays o'er her tricks
In science, trade, and politics.
By why should the distemper'd scold
Attempt to blacken men enroll'd
In Power's dread book, whose mighty skill
Can twist an empire to their will;
Whose voice is fate, and on their tongue
Law, liberty, and life are hung;
Whom, on inquiry, Truth shall find
With Stuarts link'd, time out of mind,
Superior to their country's laws,
Defenders of a tyrant's cause;
Men, who the same damn'd maxims hold
Darkly, which they avow'd of old;
Who, though by different means, pursue
The end which they had first in view,
And, force found vain, now play their part
With much less honour, much more art?
Why, at the corners of the streets,
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To every patriot drudge she meets,
Known or unknown, with furious cry
Should she wild clamours vent? or why,
The minds of groundlings to inflame,
A Dashwood, Bute, and Wyndham name?
Why, having not, to our surprise,
The fear of death before her eyes,
Bearing, and that but now and then,
No other weapon but her pen,
Should she an argument afford
For blood to men who wear a sword?
Men, who can nicely trim and pare
A point of honour to a hair-(Honour!--a word of nice import,
A pretty trinket in a court,
Which my lord, quite in rapture, feels
Dangling and rattling with his seals-Honour!--a word which all the Nine
Would be much puzzled to define-Honour!--a word which torture mocks,
And might confound a thousand Lockes-Which--for I leave to wiser heads,
Who fields of death prefer to beds
Of down, to find out, if they can,
What honour is, on their wild plan-Is not, to take it in their way,
And this we sure may dare to say
Without incurring an offence,
Courage, law, honesty, or sense):
Men, who, all spirit, life, and soul
Neat butchers of a button-hole,
Having more skill, believe it true
That they must have more courage too:
Men who, without a place or name,
Their fortunes speechless as their fame,
Would by the sword new fortunes carve,
And rather die in fight than starve
At coronations, a vast field,
Which food of every kind might yield;
Of good sound food, at once most fit
For purposes of health and wit,
Could not ambitious Satire rest,
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Content with what she might digest?
Could she not feast on things of course,
A champion, or a champion's horse?
A champion's horse--no, better say,
Though better figured on that day,
A horse, which might appear to us,
Who deal in rhyme, a Pegasus;
A rider, who, when once got on,
Might pass for a Bellerophon,
Dropt on a sudden from the skies,
To catch and fix our wondering eyes,
To witch, with wand instead of whip,
The world with noble horsemanship,
To twist and twine, both horse and man,
On such a well-concerted plan,
That, Centaur-like, when all was done,
We scarce could think they were not one?
Could she not to our itching ears
Bring the new names of new-coin'd peers,
Who walk'd, nobility forgot,
With shoulders fitter for a knot
Than robes of honour; for whose sake
Heralds in form were forced to make,
To make, because they could not find,
Great predecessors to their mind?
Could she not (though 'tis doubtful since
Whether he plumber is, or prince)
Tell of a simple knight's advance
To be a doughty peer of France?
Tell how he did a dukedom gain,
And Robinson was Aquitain?
Tell how her city chiefs, disgraced,
Were at an empty table placed,-A gross neglect, which, whilst they live,
They can't forget, and won't forgive;
A gross neglect of all those rights
Which march with city appetites,
Of all those canons, which we find
By Gluttony, time out of mind,
Established, which they ever hold
Dearer than any thing but gold?
Thanks to my stars--I now see shore--
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Of courtiers, and of courts no more-Thus stumbling on my city friends,
Blind Chance my guide, my purpose bends
In line direct, and shall pursue
The point which I had first in view,
Nor more shall with the reader sport
Till I have seen him safe in port.
Hush'd be each fear--no more I bear
Through the wide regions of the air
The reader terrified, no more
Wild ocean's horrid paths explore.
Be the plain track from henceforth mine-Cross roads to Allen I resign;
Allen, the honor of this nation;
Allen, himself a corporation;
Allen, of late notorious grown
For writings, none, or all, his own;
Allen, the first of letter'd men,
Since the good Bishop holds his pen,
And at his elbow takes his stand,
To mend his head, and guide his hand.
But hold--once more, Digression hence-Let us return to Common Sense;
The car of Phoebus I discharge,
My carriage now a Lord Mayor's barge.
Suppose we now--we may suppose
In verse, what would be sin in prose-The sky with darkness overspread,
And every star retired to bed;
The gewgaw robes of Pomp and Pride
In some dark corner thrown aside;
Great lords and ladies giving way
To what they seem to scorn by day,
The real feelings of the heart,
And Nature taking place of Art;
Desire triumphant through the night,
And Beauty panting with delight;
Chastity, woman's fairest crown,
Till the return of morn laid down.
Then to be worn again as bright
As if not sullied in the night;
Dull Ceremony, business o'er,
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Dreaming in form at Cottrell's door;
Precaution trudging all about
To see the candles safely out,
Bearing a mighty master-key,
Habited like Economy,
Stamping each lock with triple seals;
Mean Avarice creeping at her heels.
Suppose we too, like sheep in pen,
The Mayor and Court of Aldermen
Within their barge, which through the deep,
The rowers more than half asleep,
Moved slow, as overcharged with state;
Thames groan'd beneath the mighty weight,
And felt that bauble heavier far
Than a whole fleet of men of war.
Sleep o'er each well-known faithful head
With liberal hand his poppies shed;
Each head, by Dulness render'd fit
Sleep and his empire to admit.
Through the whole passage not a word,
Not one faint, weak half-sound was heard;
Sleep had prevail'd to overwhelm
The steersman nodding o'er the helm;
The rowers, without force or skill,
Left the dull barge to drive at will;
The sluggish oars suspended hung,
And even Beardmore held his tongue.
Commerce, regardful of a freight
On which depended half her state,
Stepp'd to the helm; with ready hand
She safely clear'd that bank of sand,
Where, stranded, our west-country fleet
Delay and danger often meet,
Till Neptune, anxious for the trade,
Comes in full tides, and brings them aid.
Next (for the Muses can survey
Objects by night as well as day;
Nothing prevents their taking aim,
Darkness and light to them the same)
They pass'd that building which of old
Queen-mothers was design'd to hold;
At present a mere lodging-pen,
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A palace turn'd into a den;
To barracks turn'd, and soldiers tread
Where dowagers have laid their head.
Why should we mention Surrey Street,
Where every week grave judges meet
All fitted out with hum and ha,
In proper form to drawl out law,
To see all causes duly tried
'Twixt knaves who drive, and fools who ride?
Why at the Temple should we stay?
What of the Temple dare we say?
A dangerous ground we tread on there,
And words perhaps may actions bear;
Where, as the brethren of the seas
For fares, the lawyers ply for fees.
What of that Bridge, most wisely made
To serve the purposes of trade,
In the great mart of all this nation,
By stopping up the navigation,
And to that sand bank adding weight,
Which is already much too great?
What of that Bridge, which, void of sense
But well supplied with impudence,
Englishmen, knowing not the Guild,
Thought they might have a claim to build,
Till Paterson, as white as milk,
As smooth as oil, as soft as silk,
In solemn manner had decreed
That on the other side the Tweed
Art, born and bred, and fully grown,
Was with one Mylne, a man unknown,
But grace, preferment, and renown
Deserving, just arrived in town:
One Mylne, an artist perfect quite
Both in his own and country's right,
As fit to make a bridge as he,
With glorious Patavinity,
To build inscriptions worthy found
To lie for ever under ground.
Much more worth observation too,
Was this a season to pursue
The theme, our Muse might tell in rhyme:
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The will she hath, but not the time;
For, swift as shaft from Indian bow,
(And when a goddess comes, we know,
Surpassing Nature acts prevail.
And boats want neither oar nor sail)
The vessel pass'd, and reach'd the shore
So quick, that Thought was scarce before.
Suppose we now our City court
Safely delivered at the port.
And, of their state regardless quite,
Landed, like smuggled goods, by night,
The solemn magistrate laid down,
The dignity of robe and gown,
With every other ensign gone,
Suppose the woollen nightcap on;
The flesh-brush used, with decent state,
To make the spirits circulate,
(A form which, to the senses true,
The lickerish chaplain uses too,
Though, something to improve the plan,
He takes the maid instead of man)
Swathed, and with flannel cover'd o'er,
To show the vigour of threescore,
The vigour of threescore and ten,
Above the proof of younger men,
Suppose, the mighty Dulman led
Betwixt two slaves, and put to bed;
Suppose, the moment he lies down,
No miracle in this great town,
The drone as fast asleep as he
Must in the course of nature be,
Who, truth for our foundation take,
When up, is never half awake.
There let him sleep, whilst we survey
The preparations for the day;
That day on which was to be shown
Court pride by City pride outdone.
The jealous mother sends away,
As only fit for childish play,
That daughter who, to gall her pride,
Shoots up too forward by her side.
The wretch, of God and man accursed,
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Of all Hell's instruments the worst,
Draws forth his pawns, and for the day
Struts in some spendthrift's vain array;
Around his awkward doxy shine
The treasures of Golconda's mine;
Each neighbour, with a jealous glare,
Beholds her folly publish'd there.
Garments well saved, (an anecdote
Which we can prove, or would not quote)
Garments well saved, which first were made
When tailors, to promote their trade,
Against the Picts in arms arose,
And drove them out, or made them clothes;
Garments immortal, without end,
Like names and titles, which descend
Successively from sire to son;
Garments, unless some work is done
Of note, not suffer'd to appear
'Bove once at most in every year,
Were now, in solemn form, laid bare,
To take the benefit of air,
And, ere they came to be employ'd
On this solemnity, to void
That scent which Russia's leather gave,
From vile and impious moth to save.
Each head was busy, and each heart
In preparation bore a part;
Running together all about
The servants put each other out,
Till the grave master had decreed,
The more haste ever the worse speed.
Miss, with her little eyes half-closed,
Over a smuggled toilette dosed;
The waiting-maid, whom story notes
A very Scrub in petticoats,
Hired for one work, but doing all,
In slumbers lean'd against the wall.
Milliners, summon'd from afar,
Arrived in shoals at Temple Bar,
Strictly commanded to import
Cart loads of foppery from Court;
With labour'd visible design,
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Art strove to be superbly fine;
Nature, more pleasing, though more wild,
Taught otherwise her darling child,
And cried, with spirited disdain,
Be Hunter elegant and plain!
Lo! from the chambers of the East,
A welcome prelude to the feast,
In saffron-colour'd robe array'd,
High in a car, by Vulcan made,
Who work'd for Jove himself, each steed,
High-mettled, of celestial breed,
Pawing and pacing all the way,
Aurora brought the wish'd-for day,
And held her empire, till out-run
By that brave jolly groom, the Sun.
The trumpet--hark! it speaks--it swells
The loud full harmony; it tells
The time at hand when Dulman, led
By Form, his citizens must head,
And march those troops, which at his call
Were now assembled, to Guildhall,
On matters of importance great,
To court and city, church and state.
From end to end the sound makes way,
All hear the signal and obey;
But Dulman, who, his charge forgot,
By Morpheus fetter'd, heard it not;
Nor could, so sound he slept and fast,
Hear any trumpet, but the last.
Crape, ever true and trusty known,
Stole from the maid's bed to his own,
Then in the spirituals of pride,
Planted himself at Dulman's side.
Thrice did the ever-faithful slave,
With voice which might have reach'd the grave,
And broke Death's adamantine chain,
On Dulman call, but call'd in vain.
Thrice with an arm, which might have made
The Theban boxer curse his trade,
The drone he shook, who rear'd the head,
And thrice fell backward on his bed.
What could be done? Where force hath fail'd,
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Policy often hath prevail'd;
And what--an inference most plain-Had been, Crape thought might be again.
Under his pillow (still in mind
The proverb kept, 'fast bind, fast find')
Each blessed night the keys were laid,
Which Crape to draw away assay'd.
What not the power of voice or arm
Could do, this did, and broke the charm;
Quick started he with stupid stare,
For all his little soul was there.
Behold him, taken up, rubb'd down,
In elbow-chair, and morning-gown;
Behold him, in his latter bloom,
Stripp'd, wash'd, and sprinkled with perfume;
Behold him bending with the weight
Of robes, and trumpery of state;
Behold him (for the maxim's true,
Whate'er we by another do,
We do ourselves; and chaplain paid,
Like slaves in every other trade,
Had mutter'd over God knows what,
Something which he by heart had got)
Having, as usual, said his prayers,
Go titter, totter to the stairs:
Behold him for descent prepare,
With one foot trembling in the air;
He starts, he pauses on the brink,
And, hard to credit, seems to think;
Through his whole train (the chaplain gave
The proper cue to every slave)
At once, as with infection caught,
Each started, paused, and aim'd at thought;
He turns, and they turn; big with care,
He waddles to his elbow-chair,
Squats down, and, silent for a season,
At last with Crape begins to reason:
But first of all he made a sign,
That every soul, but the divine,
Should quit the room; in him, he knows,
He may all confidence repose.
'Crape--though I'm yet not quite awake--
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Before this awful step I take,
On which my future all depends,
I ought to know my foes and friends.
My foes and friends--observe me still-I mean not those who well or ill
Perhaps may wish me, but those who
Have't in their power to do it too.
Now if, attentive to the state,
In too much hurry to be great,
Or through much zeal,--a motive, Crape,
Deserving praise,--into a scrape
I, like a fool, am got, no doubt
I, like a wise man, should get out:
Note that remark without replies;
I say that to get out is wise,
Or, by the very self-same rule,
That to get in was like a fool.
The marrow of this argument
Must wholly rest on the event,
And therefore, which is really hard,
Against events too I must guard.
Should things continue as they stand,
And Bute prevail through all the land
Without a rival, by his aid
My fortunes in a trice are made;
Nay, honours on my zeal may smile,
And stamp me Earl of some great Isle:
But if, a matter of much doubt,
The present minister goes out,
Fain would I know on what pretext
I can stand fairly with the next?
For as my aim, at every hour,
Is to be well with those in power,
And my material point of view,
Whoever's in, to be in too,
I should not, like a blockhead, choose
To gain these, so as those to lose:
'Tis good in every case, you know,
To have two strings unto our bow.'
As one in wonder lost, Crape view'd
His lord, who thus his speech pursued:
'This, my good Crape, is my grand point;
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And as the times are out of joint,
The greater caution is required
To bring about the point desired.
What I would wish to bring about
Cannot admit a moment's doubt;
The matter in dispute, you know,
Is what we call the _Quomodo_.
That be thy task.'--The reverend slave,
Becoming in a moment grave,
Fix'd to the ground and rooted stood,
Just like a man cut out out of wood,
Such as we see (without the least
Reflection glancing on the priest)
One or more, planted up and down,
Almost in every church in town;
He stood some minutes, then, like one
Who wish'd the matter might be done,
But could not do it, shook his head,
And thus the man of sorrow said:
'Hard is this task, too hard I swear,
By much too hard for me to bear;
Beyond expression hard my part,
Could mighty Dulman see my heart,
When he, alas! makes known a will
Which Crape's not able to fulfil.
Was ever my obedience barr'd
By any trifling nice regard
To sense and honour? Could I reach
Thy meaning without help of speech,
At the first motion of thy eye
Did not thy faithful creature fly?
Have I not said, not what I ought,
But what my earthly master taught?
Did I e'er weigh, through duty strong,
In thy great biddings, right and wrong?
Did ever Interest, to whom thou
Canst not with more devotion bow,
Warp my sound faith, or will of mine
In contradiction run to thine?
Have I not, at thy table placed,
When business call'd aloud for haste,
Torn myself thence, yet never heard
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To utter one complaining word,
And had, till thy great work was done,
All appetites, as having none?
Hard is it, this great plan pursued
Of voluntary servitude;
Pursued without or shame, or fear,
Through the great circle of the year,
Now to receive, in this grand hour,
Commands which lie beyond my power,
Commands which baffle all my skill,
And leave me nothing but my will:
Be that accepted; let my lord
Indulgence to his slave afford:
This task, for my poor strength unfit,
Will yield to none but Dulman's wit.'
With such gross incense gratified,
And turning up the lip of pride,
'Poor Crape'--and shook his empty head-'Poor puzzled Crape!' wise Dulman said,
'Of judgment weak, of sense confined,
For things of lower note design'd;
For things within the vulgar reach,
To run of errands, and to preach;
Well hast thou judged, that heads like mine
Cannot want help from heads like thine;
Well hast thou judged thyself unmeet
Of such high argument to treat;
Twas but to try thee that I spoke,
And all I said was but a joke.
Nor think a joke, Crape, a disgrace,
Or to my person, or my place;
The wisest of the sons of men
Have deign'd to use them now and then.
The only caution, do you see,
Demanded by our dignity,
From common use and men exempt,
Is that they may not breed contempt.
Great use they have, when in the hands
Of one like me, who understands,
Who understands the time and place,
The person, manner, and the grace,
Which fools neglect; so that we find,
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If all the requisites are join'd,
From whence a perfect joke must spring,
A joke's a very serious thing.
But to our business--my design,
Which gave so rough a shock to thine,
To my capacity is made
As ready as a fraud in trade;
Which, like broad-cloth, I can, with ease,
Cut out in any shape I please.
Some, in my circumstance, some few,
Aye, and those men of genius too,
Good men, who, without love or hate,
Whether they early rise or late,
With names uncrack'd, and credit sound,
Rise worth a hundred thousand pound,
By threadbare ways and means would try
To bear their point--so will not I.
New methods shall my wisdom find
To suit these matters to my mind;
So that the infidels at court,
Who make our city wits their sport,
Shall hail the honours of my reign,
And own that Dulman bears a brain.
Some, in my place, to gain their ends,
Would give relations up, and friends;
Would lend a wife, who, they might swear
Safely, was none the worse for wear;
Would see a daughter, yet a maid,
Into a statesman's arms betray'd;
Nay, should the girl prove coy, nor know
What daughters to a father owe,
Sooner than schemes so nobly plann'd
Should fail, themselves would lend a hand;
Would vote on one side, whilst a brother,
Properly taught, would vote on t'other;
Would every petty band forget;
To public eye be with one set,
In private with a second herd,
And be by proxy with a third;
Would, (like a queen, of whom I read,
The other day--her name is fled-In a book,--where, together bound,
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'Whittington and his Cat' I found-A tale most true, and free from art,
Which all Lord Mayors should have by heart;
A queen oh!--might those days begin
Afresh, when queens would learn to spin-Who wrought, and wrought, but for some plot,
The cause of which I've now forgot,
During the absence of the sun
Undid what she by day had done)
Whilst they a double visage wear,
What's sworn by day, by night unswear.
Such be their arts, and such, perchance,
May happily their ends advance;
Prom a new system mine shall spring,
A _locum tenens_ is the thing.
That's your true plan. To obligate
The present ministers of state,
My shadow shall our court approach,
And bear my power, and have my coach;
My fine state-coach, superb to view,
A fine state-coach, and paid for too.
To curry favour, and the grace
Obtain of those who're out of place;
In the mean time I--that's to say,
I proper, I myself--here stay.
But hold--perhaps unto the nation,
Who hate the Scot's administration,
To lend my coach may seem to be
Declaring for the ministry,
For where the city-coach is, there
Is the true essence of the Mayor:
Therefore (for wise men are intent
Evils at distance to prevent,
Whilst fools the evils first endure,
And then are plagued to seek a cure)
No coach--a horse--and free from fear,
To make our Deputy appear,
Fast on his back shall he be tied,
With two grooms marching by his side;
Then for a horse--through all the land,
To head our solemn city-band,
Can any one so fit be found
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As he who in Artillery-ground,
Without a rider, (noble sight!)
Led on our bravest troops to fight?
But first, Crape, for my honour's sake-A tender point--inquiry make
About that horse, if the dispute
Is ended, or is still in suit:
For whilst a cause, (observe this plan
Of justice) whether horse or man
The parties be, remains in doubt,
Till 'tis determined out and out,
That power must tyranny appear
Which should, prejudging, interfere,
And weak, faint judges overawe,
To bias the free course of law.
You have my will--now quickly run,
And take care that my will be done.
In public, Crape, you must appear,
Whilst I in privacy sit here;
Here shall great Dulman sit alone,
Making this elbow-chair my throne,
And you, performing what I bid,
Do all, as if I nothing did.'
Crape heard, and speeded on his way;
With him to hear was to obey;
Not without trouble, be assured,
A proper proxy was procured
To serve such infamous intent,
And such a lord to represent;
Nor could one have been found at all
On t'other side of London Wall.
The trumpet sounds--solemn and slow
Behold the grand procession go,
All moving on, cat after kind,
As if for motion ne'er design'd.
Constables, whom the laws admit
To keep the peace by breaking it;
Beadles, who hold the second place
By virtue of a silver mace,
Which every Saturday is drawn,
For use of Sunday, out of pawn;
Treasurers, who with empty key
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Secure an empty treasury;
Churchwardens, who their course pursue
In the same state, as to their pew
Churchwardens of St Margaret's go,
Since Peirson taught them pride and show,
Who in short transient pomp appear,
Like almanacs changed every year;
Behind whom, with unbroken locks,
Charity carries the poor's box,
Not knowing that with private keys
They ope and shut it when they please:
Overseers, who by frauds ensure
The heavy curses of the poor;
Unclean came flocking, bulls and bears,
Like beasts into the ark, by pairs.
Portentous, flaming in the van,
Stalk'd the professor, Sheridan,
A man of wire, a mere pantine,
A downright animal machine;
He knows alone, in proper mode,
How to take vengeance on an ode,
And how to butcher Ammon's son
And poor Jack Dryden both in one:
On all occasions next the chair
He stands, for service of the Mayor,
And to instruct him how to use
His A's and B's, and P's and Q's:
O'er letters, into tatters worn,
O'er syllables, defaced and torn,
O'er words disjointed, and o'er sense,
Left destitute of all defence,
He strides, and all the way he goes
Wades, deep in blood, o'er Criss-cross-rows:
Before him every consonant
In agonies is seen to pant;
Behind, in forms not to be known,
The ghosts of tortured vowels groan.
Next Hart and Duke, well worthy grace
And city favour, came in place;
No children can their toils engage,
Their toils are turn'd to reverend age;
When a court dame, to grace his brows
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Resolved, is wed to city-spouse,
Their aid with madam's aid must join,
The awkward dotard to refine,
And teach, whence truest glory flows,
Grave sixty to turn out his toes.
Each bore in hand a kit; and each
To show how fit he was to teach
A cit, an alderman, a mayor,
Led in a string a dancing bear.
Since the revival of Fingal,
Custom, and custom's all in all,
Commands that we should have regard,
On all high seasons, to the bard.
Great acts like these, by vulgar tongue
Profaned, should not be said, but sung.
This place to fill, renown'd in fame,
The high and mighty Lockman came,
And, ne'er forgot in Dulman's reign,
With proper order to maintain
The uniformity of pride,
Brought Brother Whitehead by his side.
On horse, who proudly paw'd the ground,
And cast his fiery eyeballs round,
Snorting, and champing the rude bit,
As if, for warlike purpose fit,
His high and generous blood disdain'd,
To be for sports and pastimes rein'd,
Great Dymock, in his glorious station,
Paraded at the coronation.
Not so our city Dymock came,
Heavy, dispirited, and tame;
No mark of sense, his eyes half-closed,
He on a mighty dray-horse dozed:
Fate never could a horse provide
So fit for such a man to ride,
Nor find a man with strictest care,
So fit for such a horse to bear.
Hung round with instruments of death,
The sight of him would stop the breath
Of braggart Cowardice, and make
The very court Drawcansir quake;
With dirks, which, in the hands of Spite,
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Do their damn'd business in the night,
From Scotland sent, but here display'd
Only to fill up the parade;
With swords, unflesh'd, of maiden hue,
Which rage or valour never drew;
With blunderbusses, taught to ride
Like pocket-pistols, by his side,
In girdle stuck, he seem'd to be
A little moving armoury.
One thing much wanting to complete
The sight, and make a perfect treat,
Was, that the horse, (a courtesy
In horses found of high degree)
Instead of going forward on,
All the way backward should have gone.
Horses, unless they breeding lack,
Some scruple make to turn their back,
Though riders, which plain truth declares,
No scruple make of turning theirs.
Far, far apart from all the rest,
Fit only for a standing jest,
The independent, (can you get
A better suited epithet?)
The independent Amyand came,
All burning with the sacred flame
Of Liberty, which well he knows
On the great stock of Slavery grows;
Like sparrow, who, deprived of mate,
Snatch'd by the cruel hand of Fate,
From spray to spray no more will hop,
But sits alone on the house-top;
Or like himself, when all alone
At Croydon he was heard to groan,
Lifting both hands in the defence
Of interest, and common sense;
Both hands, for as no other man
Adopted and pursued his plan,
The left hand had been lonesome quite,
If he had not held up the right;
Apart he came, and fix'd his eyes
With rapture on a distant prize,
On which, in letters worthy note,
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There 'twenty thousand pounds' was wrote.
False trap, for credit sapp'd is found
By getting twenty thousand pound:
Nay, look not thus on me, and stare,
Doubting the certainty--to swear
In such a case I should be loth-But Perry Cust may take his oath.
In plain and decent garb array'd,
With the prim Quaker, Fraud, came Trade;
Connivance, to improve the plan,
Habited like a juryman,
Judging as interest prevails,
Came next, with measures, weights, and scales;
Extortion next, of hellish race
A cub most damn'd, to show his face
Forbid by fear, but not by shame,
Turn'd to a Jew, like Gideon came;
Corruption, Midas-like, behold
Turning whate'er she touch'd to gold;
Impotence, led by Lust, and Pride,
Strutting with Ponton by her side;
Hypocrisy, demure and sad,
In garments of the priesthood clad,
So well disguised, that you might swear,
Deceived, a very priest was there;
Bankruptcy, full of ease and health,
And wallowing in well-saved wealth,
Came sneering through a ruin'd band,
And bringing B---- in her hand;
Victory, hanging down her head,
Was by a Highland stallion led;
Peace, clothed in sables, with a face
Which witness'd sense of huge disgrace,
Which spake a deep and rooted shame
Both of herself and of her name,
Mourning creeps on, and, blushing, feels
War, grim War, treading on her heels;
Pale Credit, shaken by the arts
Of men with bad heads and worse hearts,
Taking no notice of a band
Which near her were ordain'd to stand,
Well-nigh destroyed by sickly fit,
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Look'd wistful all around for Pitt;
Freedom--at that most hallow'd name
My spirits mount into a flame,
Each pulse beats high, and each nerve strains,
Even to the cracking; through my veins
The tides of life more rapid run,
And tell me I am Freedom's son-Freedom came next, but scarce was seen,
When the sky, which appear'd serene
And gay before, was overcast;
Horror bestrode a foreign blast,
And from the prison of the North,
To Freedom deadly, storms burst forth.
A car like those, in which, we're told,
Our wild forefathers warr'd of old,
Loaded with death, six horses bear
Through the blank region of the air.
Too fierce for time or art to tame,
They pour'd forth mingled smoke and flame
From their wide nostrils; every steed
Was of that ancient savage breed
Which fell Geryon nursed; their food
The flesh of man, their drink his blood.
On the first horses, ill-match'd pair,
This fat and sleek, that lean and bare,
Came ill-match'd riders side by side,
And Poverty was yoked with Pride;
Union most strange it must appear,
Till other unions make it clear.
Next, in the gall of bitterness,
With rage which words can ill express,
With unforgiving rage, which springs
From a false zeal for holy things,
Wearing such robes as prophets wear,
False prophets placed in Peter's chair,
On which, in characters of fire,
Shapes antic, horrible, and dire
Inwoven flamed, where, to the view,
In groups appear'd a rabble crew
Of sainted devils; where, all round,
Vile relics of vile men were found,
Who, worse than devils, from the birth
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Perform'd the work of hell on earth,
Jugglers, Inquisitors, and Popes,
Pointing at axes, wheels, and ropes,
And engines, framed on horrid plan,
Which none but the destroyer, Man,
Could, to promote his selfish views,
Have head to make or heart to use,
Bearing, to consecrate her tricks,
In her left hand a crucifix,
'Remembrance of our dying Lord,'
And in her right a two-edged sword,
Having her brows, in impious sport,
Adorn'd with words of high import,
'On earth peace, amongst men good will,
Love bearing and forbearing still,'
All wrote in the hearts' blood of those
Who rather death than falsehood chose:
On her breast, (where, in days of yore,
When God loved Jews, the High Priest wore
Those oracles which were decreed
To instruct and guide the chosen seed)
Having with glory clad and strength,
The Virgin pictured at full length,
Whilst at her feet, in small pourtray'd,
As scarce worth notice, Christ was laid,-Came Superstition, fierce and fell,
An imp detested, e'en in hell;
Her eye inflamed, her face all o'er
Foully besmear'd with human gore,
O'er heaps of mangled saints she rode;
Fast at her heels Death proudly strode,
And grimly smiled, well pleased to see
Such havoc of mortality;
Close by her side, on mischief bent,
And urging on each bad intent
To its full bearing, savage, wild,
The mother fit of such a child,
Striving the empire to advance
Of Sin and Death, came Ignorance.
With looks, where dread command was placed,
And sovereign power by pride disgraced,
Where, loudly witnessing a mind
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Of savage, more than human kind,
Not choosing to be loved, but fear'd,
Mocking at right, Misrule appear'd.
With eyeballs glaring fiery red,
Enough to strike beholders dead,
Gnashing his teeth, and in a flood
Pouring corruption forth and blood
From his chafed jaws; without remorse
Whipping and spurring on his horse,
Whose sides, in their own blood embay'd,
E'en to the bone were open laid,
Came Tyranny, disdaining awe,
And trampling over Sense and Law;
One thing, and only one, he knew,
One object only would pursue;
Though less (so low doth passion bring)
Than man, he would be more than king.
With every argument and art
Which might corrupt the head and heart,
Soothing the frenzy of his mind,
Companion meet, was Flattery join'd;
Winning his carriage, every look
Employed, whilst it conceal'd a hook;
When simple most, most to be fear'd;
Most crafty, when no craft appear'd;
His tales, no man like him could tell;
His words, which melted as they fell,
Might even a hypocrite deceive,
And make an infidel believe,
Wantonly cheating o'er and o'er
Those who had cheated been before:-Such Flattery came, in evil hour,
Poisoning the royal ear of Power,
And, grown by prostitution great,
Would be first minister of state.
Within the chariot, all alone,
High seated on a kind of throne,
With pebbles graced, a figure came,
Whom Justice would, but dare not name.
Hard times when Justice, without fear,
Dare not bring forth to public ear
The names of those who dare offend
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'Gainst Justice, and pervert her end!
But, if the Muse afford me grace,
Description shall supply the place.
In foreign garments he was clad;
Sage ermine o'er the glossy plaid
Cast reverend honour; on his heart,
Wrought by the curious hand of Art,
In silver wrought, and brighter far
Than heavenly or than earthly star,
Shone a White Rose, the emblem dear
Of him he ever must revere;
Of that dread lord, who, with his host
Of faithful native rebels lost,
Like those black spirits doom'd to hell,
At once from power and virtue fell:
Around his clouded brows was placed
A bonnet, most superbly graced
With mighty thistles, nor forgot
The sacred motto--'Touch me not.'
In the right hand a sword he bore
Harder than adamant, and more
Fatal than winds, which from the mouth
Of the rough North invade the South;
The reeking blade to view presents
The blood of helpless innocents,
And on the hilt, as meek become
As lamb before the shearers dumb,
With downcast eye, and solemn show
Of deep, unutterable woe,
Mourning the time when Freedom reign'd,
Fast to a rock was Justice chain'd.
In his left hand, in wax impress'd,
With bells and gewgaws idly dress'd,
An image, cast in baby mould,
He held, and seem'd o'erjoy'd to hold
On this he fix'd his eyes; to this,
Bowing, he gave the loyal kiss,
And, for rebellion fully ripe,
Seem'd to desire the antitype.
What if to that Pretender's foes
His greatness, nay, his life, he owes;
Shall common obligations bind,
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And shake his constancy of mind?
Scorning such weak and petty chains,
Faithful to James he still remains,
Though he the friend of George appear:
Dissimulation's virtue here.
Jealous and mean, he with a frown
Would awe, and keep all merit down,
Nor would to Truth and Justice bend,
Unless out-bullied by his friend:
Brave with the coward, with the brave
He is himself a coward slave:
Awed by his fears, he has no heart
To take a great and open part:
Mines in a subtle train he springs,
And, secret, saps the ears of kings;
But not e'en there continues firm
'Gainst the resistance of a worm:
Born in a country, where the will
Of one is law to all, he still
Retain'd the infection, with full aim
To spread it wheresoe'er he came;
Freedom he hated, Law defied,
The prostitute of Power and Pride;
Law he with ease explains away,
And leads bewilder'd Sense astray;
Much to the credit of his brain,
Puzzles the cause he can't maintain;
Proceeds on most familiar grounds,
And where he can't convince, confounds;
Talents of rarest stamp and size,
To Nature false, he misapplies,
And turns to poison what was sent
For purposes of nourishment.
Paleness, not such as on his wings
The messenger of Sickness brings,
But such as takes its coward rise
From conscious baseness, conscious vice,
O'erspread his cheeks; Disdain and Pride,
To upstart fortunes ever tied,
Scowl'd on his brow; within his eye,
Insidious, lurking like a spy,
To Caution principled by Fear,
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Not daring open to appear,
Lodged covert Mischief; Passion hung
On his lip quivering; on his tongue
Fraud dwelt at large; within his breast
All that makes villain found a nest;
All that, on Hell's completest plan,
E'er join'd to damn the heart of man.
Soon as the car reach'd land, he rose,
And, with a look which might have froze
The heart's best blood, which was enough
Had hearts been made of sterner stuff
In cities than elsewhere, to make
The very stoutest quail and quake,
He cast his baleful eyes around:
Fix'd without motion to the ground,
Fear waiting on Surprise, all stood,
And horror chill'd their curdled blood;
No more they thought of pomp, no more
(For they had seen his face before)
Of law they thought; the cause forgot,
Whether it was or ghost, or plot,
Which drew them there: they all stood more
Like statues than they were before.
What could be done? Could Art, could Force.
Or both, direct a proper course
To make this savage monster tame,
Or send him back the way he came?
What neither art, nor force, nor both,
Could do, a Lord of foreign growth,
A Lord to that base wretch allied
In country, not in vice and pride,
Effected; from the self-same land,
(Bad news for our blaspheming band
Of scribblers, but deserving note)
The poison came and antidote.
Abash'd, the monster hung his head,
And like an empty vision fled;
His train, like virgin snows, which run,
Kiss'd by the burning bawdy sun,
To love-sick streams, dissolved in air;
Joy, who from absence seem'd more fair,
Came smiling, freed from slavish Awe;
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Loyalty, Liberty, and Law,
Impatient of the galling chain,
And yoke of Power, resumed their reign;
And, burning with the glorious flame
Of public virtue, Mansfield came.
~ Charles Churchill,

IN CHAPTERS [9/9]



   3 Integral Yoga
   2 Occultism
   1 Philosophy


   3 Nolini Kanta Gupta
   2 Aleister Crowley


   2 Magick Without Tears


02.10 - Independence and its Sanction, #Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 01, #Nolini Kanta Gupta, #Integral Yoga
   If we had joined hands with the British in the war-work on their own termsto try to compel them to our terms is to put the cart before the horsewe would have seen that as we proceeded with the work, more and more of it came automatically under our charge, however small or slight it might have looked in the beginning. In the end or very soon we would have found that our possession of the field was an accomplished fact, there could be no question of denying or refusing, the fact had to be acceptedadmitted and ratified. It is the well-known policy of the camel which Aesop described in one of his Fables. We have to establish the inexorable logic of events which definitively solves the riddle, cuts the Gordian knot as it were. A theoretical, that is to say, a moral and legal pact or understanding is but a dam of sands.
   Power is best gained and increased in this way, viz., through work, through practical application of it, in its painstaking executionno matter with what insignificant fund we start with. Let all power come into my hands, let me be legally and verbally recognised as free and invested with plenary power, then alone I can exercise my power, otherwise notthis is the cry of romantic idealism, of sentimental hunger: it has all the impatience and incompetence of visionariesillumins It is not the clear and solid wisdom of experience.

03.04 - Towardsa New Ideology, #Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 02, #Nolini Kanta Gupta, #Integral Yoga
   Still some kind of hierarchy seems tobe the natural and inevitable form of collective life. A dead level, however high that may possibly be, appears to be rather a condition of malaise and not that of a stable equilibrium. The individual man cannot with impunity be brains alonehe becomes then what is called "a barren intellectualist", "an ineffectual angel" ; nor can he rest satisfied with being a mere hewer of wood and drawer of waterhe is no more than a bushman then. Like-wise a society cannot be made of philosophers alone, nor can it be a monolithic construction of the proletariat and nothing but the proletariat-if the proletariat choose to remain literally proletarian. As the body individual is composed of limbs that rise one upon another from the inferior to the superior, even so a healthy body social also should consist of similar hierarchical ranges. Only this distinction should not mean and it does not necessarily meana difference in moral values, as it was pointed out long ago by Aesop in his famous fable. The distinction is functional and spiritual. In the spirit, all differences and distinctions are based upon and are instinct with an inviolable and inalienable unity, even identity. Differences here do not mean invidious distinction, they are not the sources of inequality, conflict, strife, but make for a richer harmony, a greater organisation.
   However the crucial point arises herehow is the collective life, the group existence to be made soul-conscious? One can understand the injunction upon individuals to seek and find their souls; but how can a society be expected to act from its soul and according to the impulsions of its soul? And then, has a collectivity at all a soul? What is usually spoken of as the group-soul does not seem to be anything spiritual; it is an euphemism for herd instinct, the flair of the pack.

1.02 - The 7 Habits An Overview, #The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, #Stephen Covey, #unset
  They are also habits of effectiveness because they are based on a paradigm of effectiveness that is in harmony with a natural law, a principle I call the "P/PC Balance," which many people break themselves against. This principle can be easily understood by remembering Aesop's fable of the Goose and the
  Golden Egg TM.

1.23 - Escape from the Malabranche. The Sixth Bolgia Hypocrites. Catalano and Loderingo. Caiaphas., #The Divine Comedy, #Dante Alighieri, #Christianity
    Upon the fable of Aesop was directed
    My thought, by reason of the present quarrel,

13.04 - A Note on Supermind, #Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 05, #Nolini Kanta Gupta, #Integral Yoga
   A Sanskrit wit in trying to portray a pig for the benefit of one who has never seen the animal said (in joke or in earnest, one does not know): a pig is an elephant reduced or a mouse enlarged; it would be equally cogent or correct to say that the mind is the Supermind in reduced proportions or that the Supermind is the mind in enlarged proportions. One may "also remember in this connection Aesop's story of the boasting frog who wanted to inflate or blow himself into the size of a bull and blew himself up and burst into fragments in the attempt. The fate of the mind is likely to be the same if it attempted to magnify itself to the measure of Supermind.
   However far the mind may be stretched, it cannot reach the Supermind. It is not a question of degree, but of kind, norm and quality. Even so, Matter, however subtilised, de-materialised remains Matterpulverized into infinitesimal particles at the farthest limits of the material universeit, does not abandon its material nature, it does not become Life. So again with regard to Life: Life-force, however extended or subtilised, does not acquire the mental power and become Mind. Matter evinces Life-power only when life is injected into it, Life exits somewhere else, exists by itself. In the same way Life betrays mental power when Mind is injected into it, mind is by itself something else. The difference, we may say, using a philosophical jargon, is not merely epistemological but ontological. These categories are, in fact, not derivative phenomena but self-existing Reals (noumena). Perhaps the word 'Supermind' itself is somewhat responsible for a misconstruction and misunderstanding. Supermind does not mean a "superior mind", it means beyond mind, away from mind, unreachable for mindaprpya manas saha.

1.35 - The Tao 2, #Magick Without Tears, #Aleister Crowley, #Occultism
  From 1905 to 1918 the Tao Teh King was my continual study. I constantly recommended it to my friends as the supreme masterpiece of initiated wisdom, and I was as constantly disappointed when they declared that it did not impress them, especially as my preliminary descriptions of the book had aroused their keenest interest. I thus came to see that the fault lay with Legge's translation, and I felt myself impelled to undertake the task of presenting Lao Tze in language informed by the sympathetic understanding which initiation and spiritual experience had conferred on me. During my Great Magical Retirement on Aesopus Island in the Hudson River during the summer of 1918, I set myself to this work, but I discovered immediately that I was totally incompetent. I therefore appealed to an Adept named Amalantrah, which whom I was at that time in almost daily communication. He came readily to my aid, and exhibited to me a codex of the original, which conveyed to me with absolute certitude the exact significance of the text. I was able to divine without hesitation or doubt the precise manner in which Legge had been deceived. He had translated the Chinese with singular fidelity, yet in almost every verse the interpretation was altogether misleading. There was no need to refer to the text from the point of view of scholarship. I had merely to paraphrase his translation in the light of actual knowledge of the true significance of the terms employed. Any one who cares to take the trouble to compare the two versions will be astounded to see how slight a remodeling of a paragraph is sufficient to disperse the obstinate obscurity of prejudice, and let loose a fountain and a flood of living light; to kindle the gnarled prose of stolid scholarship into the burgeoning blossom of lyrical flame.
  I completed my translation within three days, but during the last twenty years I have constantly reconsidered every sentence. The manuscript has been lent to a number of friends, scholars who have commended my work, and aspirants who have appreciated its adequacy to present the spirit of the Master's teaching. Those who had been disappointed with Legge's version were enthusiastic about mine. This circumstance is in itself sufficient to assure me that Love's labour has not been lost, and to fill me with enthusiastic confidence that the present publication will abundantly contri bute to the fulfillment of my True Will for which I came to earth. Let us wring from labour and sorrow the utmost of which humanity is capable. Fulfill my Will to open the portals of spiritual attainment to my fellowmen, to bring them to the enjoyment of that realization of Truth, beneath all veils of temporal falsehood, which has enlightened mine eyes and filled my mouth with song.

1.37 - Death - Fear - Magical Memory, #Magick Without Tears, #Aleister Crowley, #Occultism
  The period of my life which was the climax of my work on this subject is those weeks of Thaumaturgy on the Hudson River I fear the Magical Diary The Hermit of Aesopus Island is irretrievably lost when I was shown the Codex of the Tao Teh King from which my (still unpublished) translation is taken, and when the veil was no more than a shimmering, scintillating gossamer, translucent to the ineffable glory that glows behind it. For in those weeks I was able to remember and record a really considerable number of past lives. (I half believe, and hope, that the relevant passages were copied into one of my Cefalu diaries; but who will struggle through those still extant on the chance?)
  "But what about the intervals?" you ask, Shabash! Rem acu tetigisti.[65]

Phaedo, #unset, #Anonymous, #Various
  During the voyage of the sacred ship to and from Delos, which has occupied thirty days, the execution of Socrates has been deferred. (Compare Xen. Mem.) The time has been passed by him in conversation with a select company of disciples. But now the holy season is over, and the disciples meet earlier than usual in order that they may converse with Socrates for the last time. Those who were present, and those who might have been expected to be present, are mentioned by name. There are Simmias and Cebes (Crito), two disciples of Philolaus whom Socrates 'by his enchantments has attracted from Thebes' (Mem.), Crito the aged friend, the attendant of the prison, who is as good as a friendthese take part in the conversation. There are present also, Hermogenes, from whom Xenophon derived his information about the trial of Socrates (Mem.), the 'madman' Apollodorus (Symp.), Euclid and Terpsion from Megara (compare Theaet.), Ctesippus, Antis thenes, Menexenus, and some other less-known members of the Socratic circle, all of whom are silent auditors. Aristippus, Cleombrotus, and Plato are noted as absent. Almost as soon as the friends of Socrates enter the prison Xanthippe and her children are sent home in the care of one of Crito's servants. Socrates himself has just been released from chains, and is led by this circumstance to make the natural remark that 'pleasure follows pain.' (Observe that Plato is preparing the way for his doctrine of the alternation of opposites.) ' Aesop would have represented them in a fable as a two-headed creature of the gods.' The mention of Aesop reminds Cebes of a question which had been asked by Evenus the poet (compare Apol.): 'Why Socrates, who was not a poet, while in prison had been putting Aesop into verse?''Because several times in his life he had been warned in dreams that he should practise music; and as he was about to die and was not certain of what was meant, he wished to fulfil the admonition in the letter as well as in the spirit, by writing verses as well as by cultivating philosophy. Tell this to Evenus; and say that I would have him follow me in death.' 'He is not at all the sort of man to comply with your request, Socrates.' 'Why, is he not a philosopher?' 'Yes.' 'Then he will be willing to die, although he will not take his own life, for that is held to be unlawful.'
  Cebes asks why suicide is thought not to be right, if death is to be accounted a good? Well, (1) according to one explanation, because man is a prisoner, who must not open the door of his prison and run awaythis is the truth in a 'mystery.' Or (2) rather, because he is not his own property, but a possession of the gods, and has no right to make away with that which does not belong to him. But why, asks Cebes, if he is a possession of the gods, should he wish to die and leave them? For he is under their protection; and surely he cannot take better care of himself than they take of him. Simmias explains that Cebes is really referring to Socrates, whom they think too unmoved at the prospect of leaving the gods and his friends. Socrates answers that he is going to other gods who are wise and good, and perhaps to better friends; and he professes that he is ready to defend himself against the charge of Cebes. The company shall be his judges, and he hopes that he will be more successful in convincing them than he had been in convincing the court.
  --
  PHAEDO: I will begin at the beginning, and endeavour to repeat the entire conversation. On the previous days we had been in the habit of assembling early in the morning at the court in which the trial took place, and which is not far from the prison. There we used to wait talking with one another until the opening of the doors (for they were not opened very early); then we went in and generally passed the day with Socrates. On the last morning we assembled sooner than usual, having heard on the day before when we quitted the prison in the evening that the sacred ship had come from Delos, and so we arranged to meet very early at the accustomed place. On our arrival the jailer who answered the door, instead of admitting us, came out and told us to stay until he called us. 'For the Eleven,' he said, 'are now with Socrates; they are taking off his chains, and giving orders that he is to die to-day.' He soon returned and said that we might come in. On entering we found Socrates just released from chains, and Xanthippe, whom you know, sitting by him, and holding his child in her arms. When she saw us she uttered a cry and said, as women will: 'O Socrates, this is the last time that either you will converse with your friends, or they with you.' Socrates turned to Crito and said: 'Crito, let some one take her home.' Some of Crito's people accordingly led her away, crying out and beating herself. And when she was gone, Socrates, sitting up on the couch, bent and rubbed his leg, saying, as he was rubbing: How singular is the thing called pleasure, and how curiously related to pain, which might be thought to be the opposite of it; for they are never present to a man at the same instant, and yet he who pursues either is generally compelled to take the other; their bodies are two, but they are joined by a single head. And I cannot help thinking that if Aesop had remembered them, he would have made a fable about God trying to reconcile their strife, and how, when he could not, he fastened their heads together; and this is the reason why when one comes the other follows, as I know by my own experience now, when after the pain in my leg which was caused by the chain pleasure appears to succeed.
  Upon this Cebes said: I am glad, Socrates, that you have mentioned the name of Aesop. For it reminds me of a question which has been asked by many, and was asked of me only the day before yesterday by Evenus the poethe will be sure to ask it again, and therefore if you would like me to have an answer ready for him, you may as well tell me what I should say to him:he wanted to know why you, who never before wrote a line of poetry, now that you are in prison are turning Aesop's fables into verse, and also composing that hymn in honour of Apollo.
  Tell him, Cebes, he replied, what is the truththat I had no idea of rivalling him or his poems; to do so, as I knew, would be no easy task. But I wanted to see whether I could purge away a scruple which I felt about the meaning of certain dreams. In the course of my life I have often had intimations in dreams 'that I should compose music.' The same dream came to me sometimes in one form, and sometimes in another, but always saying the same or nearly the same words: 'Cultivate and make music,' said the dream. And hitherto I had imagined that this was only intended to exhort and encourage me in the study of philosophy, which has been the pursuit of my life, and is the noblest and best of music. The dream was bidding me do what I was already doing, in the same way that the competitor in a race is bidden by the spectators to run when he is already running. But I was not certain of this, for the dream might have meant music in the popular sense of the word, and being under sentence of death, and the festival giving me a respite, I thought that it would be safer for me to satisfy the scruple, and, in obedience to the dream, to compose a few verses before I departed. And first I made a hymn in honour of the god of the festival, and then considering that a poet, if he is really to be a poet, should not only put together words, but should invent stories, and that I have no invention, I took some fables of Aesop, which I had ready at hand and which I knewthey were the first I came uponand turned them into verse. Tell this to Evenus, Cebes, and bid him be of good cheer; say that I would have him come after me if he be a wise man, and not tarry; and that to-day I am likely to be going, for the Athenians say that I must.
  Simmias said: What a message for such a man! having been a frequent companion of his I should say that, as far as I know him, he will never take your advice unless he is obliged.

The Act of Creation text, #The Act of Creation, #Arthur Koestler, #Psychology
  asserted since Aesop, but experimentally demonstrated for the
  first time by the German psychologist Wolfgang Kohler. In

WORDNET



--- Overview of noun aesop

The noun aesop has 1 sense (no senses from tagged texts)
                    
1. Aesop ::: (Greek author of fables (circa 620-560 BC))


--- Synonyms/Hypernyms (Ordered by Estimated Frequency) of noun aesop

1 sense of aesop                            

Sense 1
Aesop
   INSTANCE OF=> fabulist
     => narrator, storyteller, teller
       => speaker, talker, utterer, verbalizer, verbaliser
         => articulator
           => communicator
             => person, individual, someone, somebody, mortal, soul
               => organism, being
                 => living thing, animate thing
                   => whole, unit
                     => object, physical object
                       => physical entity
                         => entity
               => causal agent, cause, causal agency
                 => physical entity
                   => entity


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--- Synonyms/Hypernyms (Ordered by Estimated Frequency) of noun aesop

1 sense of aesop                            

Sense 1
Aesop
   INSTANCE OF=> fabulist




--- Coordinate Terms (sisters) of noun aesop

1 sense of aesop                            

Sense 1
Aesop
  -> fabulist
   HAS INSTANCE=> Aesop




--- Grep of noun aesop
aesop
aesop's fables



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Wikipedia - 1989 Atlantic hurricane season -- Hurricane season in the Atlantic Ocean
Wikipedia - 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake -- Major earthquake in northern California
Wikipedia - 1989 Newcastle earthquake -- 28 December 1989 earthquake in New South Wales, Australia
Wikipedia - 1989 Preakness Stakes -- 114th running of the Preakness Stakes
Wikipedia - 1990 Atlantic hurricane season -- Hurricane season in the Atlantic Ocean
Wikipedia - 1990 Channel 10 Challenge Cup -- Pre-season rugby league competition in the New South Wales Rugby League
Wikipedia - 1990 Commonwealth Games -- 14th edition of the Commonwealth Games
Wikipedia - 1990 Faucett Peru 727 disappearance -- Airliner disappearance
Wikipedia - 1990 Lough Neagh ambush -- Killing of four men by the Provisional IRA
Wikipedia - 1990 Preakness Stakes -- 115th running of the Preakness Stakes
Wikipedia - 1990 Vrancea earthquakes -- Romanian powerful earthquake
Wikipedia - 1991 Atlantic hurricane season -- Summary of the relevant tropical storms
Wikipedia - 1991 Haitian coup d'etat -- Overthrow of recently elected president Jean-Bertrand Aristide
Wikipedia - 1991 Pacific hurricane season -- Period of formation of tropical cyclones in the Eastern Pacific Ocean in 1991
Wikipedia - 1991 Pacific typhoon season -- Typhoon season in the Pacific Ocean
Wikipedia - 1991 Perfect Storm -- Nor'easter and Category 1 Atlantic hurricane in 1991
Wikipedia - 1991 Preakness Stakes -- 116th running of the Preakness Stakes
Wikipedia - 1991 Queensland four year terms referendum -- Maximum term of the Parliament of Queensland from three years to four years
Wikipedia - 1991 West Virginia derecho -- Weather event
Wikipedia - 1992 Atlantic hurricane season -- Hurricane season in the Atlantic Ocean
Wikipedia - 1992 cageless shark-diving expedition -- First recorded cageless dive with great white sharks
Wikipedia - 1992 Detroit Drive season -- Arena footbal team season
Wikipedia - 1992 Erzincan earthquake -- Earthquake in Erzincan province, Turkey
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Wikipedia - 1992 Oregon Ballot Measure 9 -- Ballot measure
Wikipedia - 1992 Preakness Stakes -- 117th running of the Preakness Stakes thoroughbred horse race
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Wikipedia - 1992 St. George earthquake -- 1992 earthquake
Wikipedia - 1992 United States men's Olympic basketball team
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Wikipedia - 1993-94 Elitserien season -- 1993-1994 season of the Swedish Elite League
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Wikipedia - 1996 Preakness Stakes -- 121st running of the Preakness Stakes
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Wikipedia - 1998 Preakness Stakes -- 123rd running of the Preakness Stakes
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Wikipedia - 1999 Seattle WTO conference
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Wikipedia - 2003 Nobel Peace Prize
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Wikipedia - 2003 Preakness Stakes -- 128th running of the Preakness Stakes
Wikipedia - 2004-05 Regionalliga -- 11th season of the Regionalliga as a third-level league
Wikipedia - 2004 Atlantic hurricane season -- Hurricane season in the Atlantic Ocean
Wikipedia - 2004 enlargement of the European Union
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Wikipedia - 2004 FU162 -- Closest known Earth approach until 2008
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Wikipedia - 2004 Nobel Peace Prize
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Wikipedia - 2004 Preakness Stakes -- 129th running of the Preakness Stakes
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Wikipedia - 2004 Uruguayan Primera Division -- Statistics for 2004 season of Primera Division Uruguaya
Wikipedia - 2004 -- Year of the Gregorian calendar
Wikipedia - 2004 XP14 -- near-Earth asteroid
Wikipedia - 2005-06 Regionalliga -- 12th season of the Regionalliga as a third-level league
Wikipedia - 2005-06 Uruguayan Primera Division -- Statistics for 2005-06 season of Primera Division Uruguaya
Wikipedia - 2005 Atlantic hurricane season -- Summary of the relevant tropical storms
Wikipedia - 2005 Canadian federal budget -- Budget of the Government of Canada for the 2005-2006 fiscal year
Wikipedia - 2005 Champ Car season -- Open wheel motor racing season
Wikipedia - 2005 Dutch European Constitution referendum -- Consultative referendum in the Netherlands
Wikipedia - 2005 in South Korean music
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Wikipedia - 2005 Uruguayan Primera Division -- Statistics for 2005 season of Primera Division Uruguaya
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Wikipedia - 2006-07 Southeast Asian floods -- 2006-07 floods in Southeast Asia region
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Wikipedia - 2006 1000 km of Istanbul -- Le Mans Series season
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Wikipedia - 2006 Commonwealth Games medal table -- ranking of participants by medal total
Wikipedia - 2006 Commonwealth Games -- 18th edition of the Commonwealth Games
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Wikipedia - 2006 Georgia Bulldogs football team
Wikipedia - 2006 Nobel Peace Prize
Wikipedia - 2006 Pacific hurricane season -- Summary of the relevant tropical storms
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Wikipedia - 2006 Preakness Stakes -- 131st running of the Preakness Stakes
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Wikipedia - 2006 United States broadcast TV realignment
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Wikipedia - 2007 Auburn Tigers football team
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Wikipedia - 2007 enlargement of the European Union -- Bulgaria and Romania joining the Europe Union.
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Wikipedia - 2007 Nobel Peace Prize -- 2007 Nobel peace prize
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Wikipedia - 2008 Andersen Air Force Base B-2 accident -- 2008 stealth bomber crash
Wikipedia - 2008 Atlanta tornado outbreak -- Tornado outbreak in Atlanta
Wikipedia - 2008 Atlantic hurricane season -- Hurricane season in the Atlantic Ocean
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Wikipedia - 2013 New York Cosmos season -- Sports team season
Wikipedia - 2013 New Zealand Music Awards
Wikipedia - 2013 Nobel Peace Prize
Wikipedia - 2013 North Korean nuclear test -- Test detonation on 12 February 2013
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Wikipedia - 2013 Preakness Stakes -- 138th running of the Preakness Stakes
Wikipedia - 2013 Puerto Rico teachers protest -- Teachers on strike and protesting event
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Wikipedia - 2013 South Korea cyberattack -- Alleged cyber-warfare attack with wiping malware in March 2013
Wikipedia - 2013 Summer Deaflympics -- 2013 multi-sport event in Sofia, Bulgaria
Wikipedia - 2013 ViM-CM-1a del Mar International Song Festival -- Chilean musical event
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Wikipedia - 2013 Zimbabwean constitutional referendum -- 2013 Zimbabwean constitutional referendum
Wikipedia - 2014-15 3. Liga -- 7th season of the 3. Liga
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Wikipedia - 2014-15 Melbourne Stars season -- Australian cricket team
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Wikipedia - 2014-15 Top League Challenge Series -- Japanese rugby union season
Wikipedia - 2014 Atlantic hurricane season -- Hurricane season in the Atlantic Ocean
Wikipedia - 2014 Commonwealth Games medal table -- ranking of participants by medal total
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Wikipedia - 2014 Crimean status referendum -- Referendum on decision whether to join Russia or remain in Ukraine
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Wikipedia - 2014 East Harlem gas explosion -- 2014 gas explosion in New York, New York, United States
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Wikipedia - 2014 Nobel Peace Prize
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Wikipedia - 2014 Preakness Stakes -- 139th running of the Preakness Stakes
Wikipedia - 2014 Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu ramming attack
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Wikipedia - 2015-16 3. Liga -- 8th season of the 3. Liga
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Wikipedia - 2015-16 Regionalliga -- 8th season of the Regionalliga
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Wikipedia - 2015-2016 Zika virus epidemic -- Widespread epidemic of Zika fever
Wikipedia - 2015 Atlantic hurricane season -- Hurricane season in the Atlantic Ocean
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Wikipedia - 2015 Butler Bulldogs softball team -- American sports team season
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Wikipedia - 2016-17 3. Liga -- 9th season of the 3. Liga
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Wikipedia - 2016 DV1 -- Apollo near-Earth asteroid
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Wikipedia - 2016 Uzbekistan First League -- 2016 Uzbekistan First League
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Wikipedia - 2017-18 3. Liga -- 10th season of the 3. Liga
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Wikipedia - 2017-18 I-League -- Eleventh season of I-League
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Wikipedia - 2017-18 Regionalliga -- 10th season of the Regionalliga
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Wikipedia - 2017-19 ICC World Cricket League -- International cricket league
Wikipedia - 2017-2018 North Korea crisis -- Escalating tensions between North Korea and the United States, due to the rapidly improved nuclear weapons capability of North Korea
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Wikipedia - 2017 Canon Media Awards -- New Zealand media awards
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Wikipedia - 2017 Copa Libertadores de Beach Soccer -- Second edition of the Copa Libertadores de Beach Soccer
Wikipedia - 2017 Equifax data breach -- Major cybersecurity incident
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Wikipedia - 2017 Iran-Iraq earthquake -- November 2017 earthquake near the Iran-Iraq border
Wikipedia - 2017 LFA Segunda -- Second season of the Liga Futebol Amadora Segunda Divisao
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Wikipedia - 2017 MBC Entertainment Awards -- List of South Korean MBC Entertainment Awards
Wikipedia - 2017 Medford, New Jersey helicopter crash -- Helicopter crash resulting in the death of singer Troy Gentry
Wikipedia - 2017 Nobel Peace Prize
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Wikipedia - 2017 Pakistan Super League players draft -- 2nd season of the Pakistan Super League
Wikipedia - 2017 Philadelphia Freedoms season -- Tennis season
Wikipedia - 2017 Preakness Stakes -- 142nd running of the Preakness Stakes
Wikipedia - 2017 Puebla earthquake -- 19 September 2017 earthquake in Mexico
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Wikipedia - 2017 SBS Entertainment Awards -- List of South Korean SBS Entertainment Awards
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Wikipedia - 2017 Summer Deaflympics -- 23rd Summer Deaflympics
Wikipedia - 2017 UEFA Youth League Final -- International youth soccer final
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Wikipedia - 2017 YE5 -- Binary near-Earth asteroid
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Wikipedia - 2018-19 3. Liga -- 11th season of the 3. Liga
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Wikipedia - 2018-19 Cypriot Cup -- The 77th season of Cypriot Cup
Wikipedia - 2018-19 Danish Superliga -- 29th season of the Danish Superliga
Wikipedia - 2018-19 education workers' strikes in the United States -- Withdrawal of labor by US teachers, 2018
Wikipedia - 2018-19 European winter -- Winter
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Wikipedia - 2018-19 I-League -- Twelfth season of I-League
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Wikipedia - 2018-19 La Liga -- 88th La Liga season
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Wikipedia - 2018-19 Orszagos Bajnoksag I (women's water polo) -- 36th season of the Orszagos Bajnoksag I, Hungary's premier Water polo league
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Wikipedia - 2018-19 Regionalliga -- 11th season of the Regionalliga
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Wikipedia - 2018-19 USA Team Handball rankings -- Wikimedia list article
Wikipedia - 2018-19 Vegas Golden Knights season -- 2nd season in team history
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Wikipedia - 2018 Anchorage earthquake -- 2018 earthquake in Anchorage, Alaska
Wikipedia - 2018 Arizona teachers' strike -- 2018 strike in the United States
Wikipedia - 2018 Asian Tour -- Professional golf season
Wikipedia - 2018 Atlantic hurricane season -- Hurricane season in the Atlantic ocean
Wikipedia - 2018 Baskerville Shield -- New Zealand national rugby league team tour
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Wikipedia - 2018 Chemnitz protests -- August 2018 extreme right-wing riots in Chemnitz, East Germany
Wikipedia - 2018 Colorado teachers' strike -- Colorado teachers' withdrawal of labor, 2018
Wikipedia - 2018 Commonwealth Games medal table -- ranking of participants by medal total
Wikipedia - 2018 Copa Paulino Alcantara -- 1st season of the Copa Paulino Alcantara
Wikipedia - 2018 Dally M Awards -- Official annual awards of the National Rugby League
Wikipedia - 2018 deaths in American television -- List of deaths of notable people in American television
Wikipedia - 2018 Fiji earthquake -- 2018 earthquake near the Fijian Islands
Wikipedia - 2018 Georgia Swarm season -- National Lacrosse League season
Wikipedia - 2018 Google data breach -- 2018 data breach affecting the social network Google+
Wikipedia - 2018 Hokkaido Eastern Iburi earthquake -- Earthquake in Japan
Wikipedia - 2018 IMSA Prototype Challenge -- Motorsport season
Wikipedia - 2018 Indian dust storms -- Lethal weather phenomenon in India, May 2018
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Wikipedia - 2018 Japan floods -- Heavy rain disaster that occurred in July 2018 in Japan
Wikipedia - 2018 KBS Entertainment Awards -- List of South Korean KBS Entertainment Awards
Wikipedia - 2018 Laos dam collapse -- 2018 dam breach in Champasak Province, Laos
Wikipedia - 2018 Madagascar measles outbreak -- Measles outbreak in Antananarivo, Madagascar
Wikipedia - 2018 Magnitogorsk building collapse -- Deadly apartment building collapse attributed to a gas explosion
Wikipedia - 2018 Malaysia HFMD outbreak -- Outbreak of hand, foot and mouth disease among children in Malaysia
Wikipedia - 2018 MBC Entertainment Awards -- List of South Korean MBC Entertainment Awards
Wikipedia - 2018 Moscow-Constantinople schism -- Ongoing split between the Eastern Orthodox patriarchates of Moscow and Constantinople
Wikipedia - 2018 Nobel Peace Prize
Wikipedia - 2018 North Korea-United States Singapore Summit -- Meeting between Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un
Wikipedia - 2018 Oklahoma teachers' strike -- 2018 strike in the United States
Wikipedia - 2018 Oregon Ballot Measure 102 -- Affordable housing ballot initiative
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Wikipedia - 2018 Osaka earthquake -- Earthquake in Japan
Wikipedia - 2018 Pacific hurricane season -- Summary of the relevant tropical storms
Wikipedia - 2018 Parramatta Eels season -- Australian rugby league season
Wikipedia - 2018 Preakness Stakes -- 143rd running of the Preakness Stakes
Wikipedia - 2018 SBS Entertainment Awards -- List of South Korean SBS Entertainment Awards
Wikipedia - 2018 Southeastern Provisions raid -- 2018 immigration raid in Grainger County, Tennessee, United States
Wikipedia - 2018 St. Louis Cardinals season
Wikipedia - 2018 UA -- near-Earth asteroid
Wikipedia - 2018 UEFA Champions League Final
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Wikipedia - 2018 VP1 -- Apollo near-Earth asteroid
Wikipedia - 2018 wildfire season -- Wildfire season in 2018
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Wikipedia - 2019-20 3. Liga -- 12th season of the 3. Liga
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Wikipedia - 2019-20 Aston Villa F.C. season -- 2019-20 Aston Villa F.C. season
Wikipedia - 2019-20 Atlanta SC season -- The club's inaugural season in the National Independent Soccer Association
Wikipedia - 2019-20 Australian bushfire season -- Bushfires in Australia
Wikipedia - 2019-20 Australian region cyclone season -- Period of tropical cyclone activity
Wikipedia - 2019-20 Buffalo Sabres season -- 50th season in team history
Wikipedia - 2019-20 Bundesliga -- 57th season of the Bundesliga
Wikipedia - 2019-20 Calcutta Premier Division -- 122nd season of Calcutta Premier Division
Wikipedia - 2019-20 California United Strikers FC season -- The club's inaugural season in the National Independent Soccer Association
Wikipedia - 2019-20 Connacht Rugby season -- Rugby Union Pro14 season
Wikipedia - 2019-20 Cypriot Cup -- The 78th season of Cypriot Cup
Wikipedia - 2019-20 Danish Superliga -- The 30th season of the Danish Superliga
Wikipedia - 2019-20 Eredivisie -- The 64th season of the Eredivisie
Wikipedia - 2019-20 European windstorm season -- European windstorm season
Wikipedia - 2019-20 figure skating season -- Competitive figure skating year, 2019/7/1 to 2020/6/30
Wikipedia - 2019-20 I-League -- 13th season of I-League
Wikipedia - 2019-20 Indian cricket season -- 2019-20 Indian cricket season
Wikipedia - 2019-20 Indian Super League season -- Sixth season of the Indian Super League
Wikipedia - 2019-20 Ligue 1 -- 82nd season of Ligue 1 in 2019/20
Wikipedia - 2019-20 locust infestation -- Ongoing locust infestation in East Africa, Arabian peninsula and Indian subcontinent
Wikipedia - 2019-20 Naisten Liiga season -- 37th season of the Naisten Liiga
Wikipedia - 2019-20 Oakland Roots SC season -- The club's inaugural season in the National Independent Soccer Association
Wikipedia - 2019-20 Primeira Liga -- 28th season of the Primeira Liga
Wikipedia - 2019-20 Puerto Rico earthquakes -- Earthquakes that happened in Puerto Rico
Wikipedia - 2019-20 Qatar Stars League -- 47th season of the Qatar Stars League
Wikipedia - 2019-20 Regionalliga -- 12th season of the Regionalliga
Wikipedia - 2019-20 San Diego 1904 FC season -- The club's inaugural season in the National Independent Soccer Association
Wikipedia - 2019-20 Serie B -- The 88th season of the Serie B
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Wikipedia - 2019-20 Stumptown Athletic season -- The club's inaugural season in the National Independent Soccer Association
Wikipedia - 2019-20 Super 6 -- Rugby union Super 6 season
Wikipedia - 2019-20 Vegas Golden Knights season -- 3rd season in team history
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Wikipedia - 2019 Albania earthquake -- Earthquake in Northwestern Albania
Wikipedia - 2019 ARCA Menards Series -- 67th season of the ARCA Menards Series
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Wikipedia - 2019 Barangay Ginebra San Miguel season -- Wikimedia list article
Wikipedia - 2019 Bihar encephalitis outbreak -- Outbreak of acute encephalitis syndrome in India
Wikipedia - 2019 Birthday Honours -- Awards list for the Commonwealth
Wikipedia - 2019 Blancpain GT Sports Club -- Fifth season of the Blancpain GT Sports Club
Wikipedia - 2019 Blancpain GT World Challenge America -- Racing season
Wikipedia - 2019 Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress crash -- Vintage World War II heavy bomber crash during tourist flight
Wikipedia - 2019 Bougainvillean independence referendum -- Bougainville's referendum for independence from Papua New Guinea
Wikipedia - 2019 Campeonato Paulista Serie A3 -- The 26th season of Campeonato Paulista Serie A3 under its current title and the 66th season under its current league division format
Wikipedia - 2019 Canberra Rugby League -- Rugby League competition in Canberra, Australia
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Wikipedia - 2019 Cavalry FC season -- Wikimedia list article
Wikipedia - 2019 CCC Team season -- Cycling team season
Wikipedia - 2019 Chicago arson killings -- Arson by a nine-year-old child resulting in 5 deaths
Wikipedia - 2019 Chilean Air Force C-130 crash -- Military aircraft accident
Wikipedia - 2019 Columbian Dyip season -- Wikimedia list article
Wikipedia - 2019 Copa Paulino Alcantara -- 2nd season of the Copa Paulino Alcantara
Wikipedia - 2019 Cotabato earthquakes -- series of earthquakes in the Philippines
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Wikipedia - 2019 Dally M Awards -- Official annual awards of the National Rugby League
Wikipedia - 2019 deaths in American television -- List of deaths of notable people in American television
Wikipedia - 2019 Deceuninck-Quick-Step season -- Cycling team season
Wikipedia - 2019 Durban Easter floods -- 2019 flooding in Durban, South Africa
Wikipedia - 2019 Ecuadorian protests -- Protests in Ecuador against austerity measures by President Lenin Moreno
Wikipedia - 2019 European Games -- The second edition of the European Games
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Wikipedia - 2019 FIVB Volleyball Men's Nations League -- The second edition of the FIVB Volleyball Men's Nations League
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Wikipedia - 2019 Georgia Swarm season -- National Lacrosse League season
Wikipedia - 2019 Great Britain Lions tour -- Great Britain rugby league tour
Wikipedia - 2019 heat wave in India and Pakistan -- Severe heatwave in India
Wikipedia - 2019 HFX Wanderers FC season -- Wikimedia list article
Wikipedia - 2019 Indonesia Pro Futsal League -- Twelfth season of Indonesia Pro Futsal League
Wikipedia - 2019 in Indian sport -- Sports-related events in India during the year of 2019
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Wikipedia - 2019 Istanbul earthquake -- Earthquake that happened in Turkey
Wikipedia - 2019 J3 League -- 6th season of the Japanese J3 League
Wikipedia - 2019 KBS Entertainment Awards -- List of South Korean KBS Entertainment Awards
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Wikipedia - 2019 Meistriliiga -- The 29th season of the Meistriliiga
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Wikipedia - 2019 Men's Oceania Cup -- Hockey competition
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Wikipedia - 2019 Mini Challenge UK -- Eighteenth season of the Mini Challenge UK
Wikipedia - 2019 Molucca Sea earthquakes -- July 7, 2019, earthquakes in Indonesia
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Wikipedia - 2019 New England Patriots season -- 60th season in Patriots franchise history
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Wikipedia - 2019 Nobel Peace Prize
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Wikipedia - 2019 Winter Deaflympics -- 19th Winter Deaflympics, Province of Sondrio 2019
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