Ambition is a lust that is never quenched, but grows more inflamed and madder by enjoyment.
How many men
Have spent their blood in their dear country's service,
Yet now pine under want; while selfish slaves,
That even would cut their throats whom now they fawn on,
Like deadly locusts, eat the honey up,
Which those industrious bees so hardly toil'd for.
Honest men are the soft easy cushions on which knaves repose and fatten.
Who can describe
Women's hypocrisies! their subtle wiles,
Betraying smiles, feign'd tears, inconstancies!
Their painted outsides, and corrupted minds,
The sum of all their follies, and their falsehoods.
Who's a prince or beggar in the grave?
What mighty ills have not been done by woman!
Who was't betray'd the Capitol? A woman;
Who lost Mark Antony the world? A woman;
Who was the cause of a long ten years' war,
And laid at last old Troy is ashes? Woman;
Destructive, damnable, deceitful woman!
You wags that judge by rote, and damn by rule.
Oh woman! lovely woman! nature made thee To temper man; we had been brutes without you; Angels are painted fair to look like you; There's in you all that we believe of heaven, Amazing brightness, purity, and truth, Eternal joy, and everlasting love.
If we must part forever,
Give me but one kind word to think upon,
And please myself with, while my heart's breaking.
Clocks will go as they are set, but man, irregular man, is never constant, never certain.
I may boldly speak In right, though proud oppression will not hear me!
If love be treasure, we'll be wondrous rich.
The poor sleep little.
Shining through tears, like April suns in showers, that labor to overcome the cloud that loads em.
O woman! lovely woman! Nature made thee
To temper man: we had been brutes without you.
Justice is lame as well as blind, amongst us.
Home I would go But that my doors are hateful to my eyes, Fill'd and damm'd up with gaping creditors, Watchful as fowlers when their game will spring.
Avoid the politic, the factious fool,
The busy, buzzing, talking harden'd knave;
The quaint smooth rogue that sins against his reason,
Calls saucy loud sedition public zeal,
And mutiny the dictates of his spirit.
False as the adulterate promises of favorites in power when poor men court them.
Could my griefs speak, the tale would have no end.
No flattery, boy! an honest man cannot live by it; it is a little, sneaking art, which knaves use to cajole and soften fools withal.
And for an apple damn'd mankind.
Revenge, the attribute of gods! They stamped it with their great image on our natures.
Honesty needs no disguise nor ornament; be plain.
Love reigns a very tyrant in my heart.
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