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"What a man calls his "conscience" is merely the mental action that follows a sentimental reaction after too much wine or love."
Helen Rowland
William Watson Quotes
And must I wholly banish hence these red and golden juices, and pay my vows to Abstinence, that pallidest of Muses?
William Watson

His friends he loved. His direst earthly foes - cats - I believe he did but feign to hate. My hand will miss the insinuated nose, mine eyes the tail that wagg'd contempt at Fate.
William Watson

Pain with the thousand teeth.
William Watson

The thirst to know and understand, a large and liberal discontent.
William Watson

Type:
Poet
Date of Birth:
1858-08-02
Year of Death:
1935
Nationality:
British
 

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