HALLECK, Fitz-Greene Quotes
(1790-1867), American poet
One rare, strange virtue in speeches and the secret of their mastery, is, that they are short.
I cannot spare the luxury of believing that all things beautiful are what they seem.
There is an evening twilight of the heart, when its wild passion waves are lulled to rest.
"Woman!" With that word, life's dearest hopes and memories come. Truth, beauty, love, in her adored, and earth's lost paradise restored, in the green bower of home.