Sidney

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Famous quotes containing the word sidney:

    Nor envy’s snaky eye, finds harbour here,
    Nor flatterers’ venomous insinuations,
    Nor cunning humorists’ puddled opinions,
    Nor courteous ruin of proffered usury,
    Nor time prattled away, cradle of ignorance,
    Nor causeless duty, nor comber of arrogance,
    Nor trifling title of vanity dazzleth us,
    Nor golden manacles stand for a paradise;
    —Sir Philip Sidney (1554–1586)

    That busy archer his sharp arrows tries?
    —Sir Philip Sidney (1554–1586)

    What have I thus betrayed my libertie?
    Can those blacke beames such burning markes engrave
    In my free side? or am I borne a slave,
    Whose necke becomes such yoke of tyranny?
    —Sir Philip Sidney (1554–1586)