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Best Famous Gerard Manley Hopkins Quotes

Best famous Gerard Manley Hopkins quotes. Find, read, and share the best famous quotations by Gerard Manley Hopkins. These are the most popular quotations and best examples of quotes by Gerard Manley Hopkins.

Famous Gerard Manley Hopkins Quotes

Quote Left Sweet fire the sire of muse, my soul needs this; I want the one rapture of an inspiration. O then if in my lagging lines you miss Quote Right
Quote Left all Life death does end and each day dies with sleep. Quote Right
Quote Left Towery city and branching between towers; Cuckoo-echoing, bell-swarmed, lark-charmed, rook-racked, river-rounded. Quote Right
Quote Left That piecemeal peace is poor peace. What pure peace allows Alarms of wars, the daunting wars, the death of it? Quote Right
Quote Left O if we but knew what we do when we delve or hew -- hack and rack the growing green! Since country is so tender to touch, her being so slender, that like this sleek and seeing ball but a prick will make no eye at all, where we, even where we mean to mend her we end her, when we hew or delve: after-comers cannot guess the beauty been. Quote Right
Quote Left What would the world be, once bereft of wet and wildness? Let them be left. O let them be left, wildness and wet; Long live the weeds and the wilderness yet. Quote Right
Quote Left I think that the trivialness of life is, and personally to each one, ought to be seen to be, done away with by the Incarnation. Quote Right
Quote Left Up above, what wind walks! What lovely behavior of silk-sack clouds has wilder, wilful, wavier, meal-drift molded over and melted across skies! Quote Right