Sara Coleridge Quotes

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Sara Coleridge Quotes

It is remarkable what fine hands men of genius write, even when they are as awkward in all other uses of the hand as a cow with a musket.
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January brings the snow, makes our feet and fingers glow.

— Sara Coleridge

The Poplar grows up straight and tall,
The Pear-tree spreads along the wall

— Sara Coleridge

I very much wish that some day or other you may have time to learn Greek, because that language is an idea. Even a little of it is like manure to the soil of the mind, and makes it bear finer flowers.

— Sara Coleridge

Bubbles of false opinion will last whole ages, and deceive whole generations, till they are broken by some powerful breath, and even then how often they reunite, and again shine in the eyes of men, who hold them solid as cannon-balls!

— Sara Coleridge

I would have any one, who really and truly has leisure and ability, make verses. I think it a more refining and happy-making occupation than any other pastime accomplishment.

— Sara Coleridge

Avarice is especially, I suppose, a disease of the imagination.

— Sara Coleridge

There is nothing so uncertain and slippery as fact.

— Sara Coleridge

Dull November brings the blast, Then the leaves are whirling fast.

— Sara Coleridge

April brings the primrose sweet, / Scatters daisies at our feet.

— Sara Coleridge

I have a strong opinion that a genuine love of books is one of the greatest blessings of life for man and woman ...

— Sara Coleridge

June brings tulips, lilies, roses,
Fills the children's hands with posies.

— Sara Coleridge

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