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143. Fragment on Sensibility

 RUSTICITY’S ungainly form
 May cloud the highest mind;
But when the heart is nobly warm,
 The good excuse will find.
Propriety’s cold, cautious rules Warm fervour may o’erlook: But spare poor sensibility Th’ ungentle, harsh rebuke.

by Robert Burns
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