She Walks in Beauty: A Woman's Journey Through Poems Quotes

Caroline Kennedy
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"Very fine is my valentine very mine and very fine." (A Very Valentine, Gertrude Stein, p. 9)

"O, cut the sweet apple and share it." (Song, John Keats, p. 10)

"Nothing in the world is single; all things by a law divine/In one spirit met and mingle. Why not I with thine?" (Love's Philosophy, Percy Shelley, p. 13)

"And here, Queen Aphrodite, pour heavenly nectar into gold cups and fill them gracefully with sudden joy." (To Aphrodite of the Flowers, at Knossos, Sappho, p. 17)(

"(but you're killing said she, but it's life said he, but your wife said she, now said he) ow said she" (may i feel said he, E.E. Cummings, p. 26)

"Come, let us go, while we are in our prime/And take the harmless folly of the time!/We shall grow old apace, and die/Before we know our liberty./Our life is short, and our...

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