Samuel Blanchard

Perhaps the author cited is one of those, who, shunning the practice of the world, have taught the world to shun return! whose poetry is too finely spun, whose philosophy is too and mystified for popular demand: perhaps we have experienced feeling which Mr. Wordsworth alludes to, in a poem worthy of simplicity and loneliness of the sentiment "Often have I sighed to measure By myself a lonely pleasure; Sighed to think I read a book Only read perhaps by me! /author/ Samuel Blanchard quotes

Quotes of the month

Eugene Ryabyi If you waste all your feelings on passion, you will not know the tenderness and warmth of love. [10/07/2020 10:10:27] More


Eugene Ryabyi Love is when you bare your soul to beloved, and passion is when you take off your underwear. [10/13/2020 06:10:23] More


Michail Leontiev The Nobel Prize in Economics has become a comedy. You know, this is the Darwin Prize! [10/21/2020 02:10:46] More


Eugene Ryabyi The happy author tells about his dreams, and the wounded by fate - about his fears. [10/13/2020 06:10:51] More


Eugene Ryabyi Doubts, like quicksand, whatever you build on them, everything will collapse. [10/14/2020 09:10:47] More