Maxioms Pet

X
  •   3  /  6  

    To-morrow, and to-morrow, and to-morrow,
    Creeps in this petty pace from day to day,
    To the last syllable of recorded time,
    And all our yesterdays have lighted fools
    The way to dusty death.

Share to:

You May Also Like   /   View all maxioms

  ( comments )
  14  /  10  

Not seldom clad in radiant vest
Deceitfully goes forth the dawn,
Not seldom evening in the west
read more

Not seldom clad in radiant vest
Deceitfully goes forth the dawn,
Not seldom evening in the west
Sinks smilingly forsworn.

  ( comments )
  8  /  9  

He plaies well that winnes.
[He plays well that wins.]

He plaies well that winnes.
[He plays well that wins.]

by George Herbert Found in: General Sayings,
Share to:
  ( comments )
  9  /  15  

Mere verbiage,--it is not worth a carrot!
Why Socrates or Plato--where's the odds?--
Once taught a jay read more

Mere verbiage,--it is not worth a carrot!
Why Socrates or Plato--where's the odds?--
Once taught a jay to supplicate the Gods,
And made a Polly-theist of a Parrot!

by Aaron Hill Found in: General Sayings,
Share to:
  ( comments )
  6  /  7  

The mob may hiss me, but I congratulate myself while I
contemplate my treasures in their hoard.

The mob may hiss me, but I congratulate myself while I
contemplate my treasures in their hoard.

by Unknown Found in: General Sayings,
Share to:
  ( comments )
  11  /  18  

My poverty, but not my will consents.

My poverty, but not my will consents.

by William Shakespeare Found in: General Sayings,
Share to:
  ( comments )
  7  /  7  

Who teacheth often learns himself.

Who teacheth often learns himself.

by Unknown Found in: General Sayings,
Share to:
  ( comments )
  9  /  6  

Conceit in weakest bodies strongest works.

Conceit in weakest bodies strongest works.

  ( comments )
  7  /  15  

Do you desire not to be angry? Be not inquisitive. He who
inquires what is said of him only read more

Do you desire not to be angry? Be not inquisitive. He who
inquires what is said of him only works out his own misery.

by Sir Walter Scott Found in: General Sayings,
Share to:
  ( comments )
  12  /  12  

We take no note of time
But from its loss.

We take no note of time
But from its loss.

by William Wordsworth Found in: General Sayings,
Share to:
Maxioms Web Pet