Edwin Arnold Quotes - Page 2

  • The royal kingcup bold Dares not don his coat of gold.

    Sir Edwin Arnold (1856). “Griselda: a tragedy: and other poems”, p.235
  • Like a plank of driftwood Tossed on the watery main, Another plank encountered, Meets, touches, parts again; So tossed, and drifting ever, On life's unresting sea, Men meet, and greet, and sever, Parting eternally.

    Edwin Arnold (2015). “Collected Works of Edwin Arnold: Buddhism and Hinduism Studies, Poetry & Plays (Unabridged): The Essence of Buddhism, Light of the World, The Light of Asia, The Song Celestial, Indian Poetry, Hindu Literature, The Japanese Wife, Death--And Afterwards…”, p.497, e-artnow
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  • Edwin Arnold

    • Born: June 10, 1832
    • Died: March 24, 1904
    • Occupation: Poet
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