Francis William Bourdillon (22 March 1852 – 13 January 1921) was a British poet and translator.
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“the light of a whole life dies
When love is gone.”
—Francis William Bourdillon (18521921)
“The damned are in the abyss of Hell, as within a woeful city, where they suffer unspeakable torments, in all their senses and members, because as they have employed all their senses and their members in sinning, so shall they suffer in each of them the punishment due to sin.”
—St. Francis De Sales (15671622)
“For each age is a dream that is dying,
Or one that is coming to birth.”
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