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Edmund Clarence Stedman Quotes By Edmund Clarence Stedman: The poet is a creator, not an iconoclast, The poet is a creator, not an iconoclast, and never will tamely endeavor to say in prose what can only be expressed in song. — Edmund Clarence Stedman
Edmund Clarence Stedman Quotes By Edmund Clarence Stedman: Genius does not need a special language; it Genius does not need a special language; it uses newly whatever tongue it finds. — Edmund Clarence Stedman
Edmund Clarence Stedman Quotes By Edmund Clarence Stedman: Worth, courage, honor, these indeedYour sustenance and birthright Worth, courage, honor, these indeed
Your sustenance and birthright are. — Edmund Clarence Stedman
Edmund Clarence Stedman Quotes By Edmund Clarence Stedman: The poet who does not revere his art, The poet who does not revere his art, and believe in its sovereignty, is not born to wear the purple. — Edmund Clarence Stedman
Edmund Clarence Stedman Quotes By Edmund Clarence Stedman: Alas, by what rude fate Our lives, like Alas, by what rude fate Our lives, like ships at sea, an instant meet, Then part forever on their courses fleet. — Edmund Clarence Stedman
Edmund Clarence Stedman Quotes By Edmund Clarence Stedman: Men are egotists, and not all tolerant of Men are egotists, and not all tolerant of one man's selfhood; they do not always deem the amities elective. — Edmund Clarence Stedman
Edmund Clarence Stedman Quotes By Edmund Clarence Stedman: Poetry is an art, and chief of the Poetry is an art, and chief of the fine art; the easiest to dabble in, the hardest in which to reach true excellence. — Edmund Clarence Stedman
Edmund Clarence Stedman Quotes By Edmund Clarence Stedman: Let the winds blow! a fiercer gale Is Let the winds blow! a fiercer gale
Is wild within me! what may quell
That sullen tempest? I must sail
Whither, O whither, who can tell! — Edmund Clarence Stedman
Edmund Clarence Stedman Quotes By Edmund Clarence Stedman: Look on this cast, and know the hand Look on this cast, and know the hand That bore a nation in its hold; From this mute witness understand What Lincoln was - how large of mould. — Edmund Clarence Stedman
Edmund Clarence Stedman Quotes By Edmund Clarence Stedman: Lo, as I gaze, the statured man,Built up Lo, as I gaze, the statured man,
Built up from you large hand appears:
A type that nature wills to plan
But once in all a people's years. — Edmund Clarence Stedman
Edmund Clarence Stedman Quotes By Edmund Clarence Stedman: The weary August days are long;The locusts sing The weary August days are long;
The locusts sing a plaintive song,
The cattle miss their master's call
When they see the sunset shadows fall. — Edmund Clarence Stedman
Edmund Clarence Stedman Quotes By Edmund Clarence Stedman: Science has but one fashion-to lose nothing once Science has but one fashion-to lose nothing once gained. — Edmund Clarence Stedman
Edmund Clarence Stedman Quotes By Edmund Clarence Stedman: A critic must accept what is best in A critic must accept what is best in a poet, and thus become his best encourager. — Edmund Clarence Stedman
Edmund Clarence Stedman Quotes By Edmund Clarence Stedman: Music waves eternal wands,Enchantress of the souls of Music waves eternal wands,
Enchantress of the souls of mortals! — Edmund Clarence Stedman
Edmund Clarence Stedman Quotes By Edmund Clarence Stedman: O fresh-lit dawn! immortal life!O Earth's betrothal, sweet O fresh-lit dawn! immortal life!
O Earth's betrothal, sweet and true! — Edmund Clarence Stedman
Edmund Clarence Stedman Quotes By Edmund Clarence Stedman: The imagination never dies. The imagination never dies. — Edmund Clarence Stedman
Edmund Clarence Stedman Quotes By Edmund Clarence Stedman: A poet must sing for his own people. A poet must sing for his own people. — Edmund Clarence Stedman
Edmund Clarence Stedman Quotes By Edmund Clarence Stedman: Fashion is a potency in art, making it Fashion is a potency in art, making it hard to judge between the temporary and the lasting. — Edmund Clarence Stedman
Edmund Clarence Stedman Quotes By Edmund Clarence Stedman: Faith and joy are the ascensive forces of Faith and joy are the ascensive forces of song. — Edmund Clarence Stedman