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lavanyadeepak: “If it’s very painful for you to criticize your friends — you’re safe in doing it. But if you take the slightest pleasure in it, that’s the time to hold your tongue.” – Alice Duer Miller

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Womans_Place_UK: Ruth Hale (1887-1934) US Journalist. Suffragette. With Alice Duer Miller, imported the militant tactics of British Suffragettes, organizing huge demonstrations & daily picketing of the White House. Campaigned for married women to keep their own names & to end capital punishment.

Womans_Place_UK: Alice Duer Miller (1874-1942) US Suffragist, writer. Wrote ironically in ‘Are Women People?’: “Men are too emotional to vote...Their conduct at baseball games & political conventions shows this...their innate tendency to appeal to force renders them...unfit for government."

tributariesintl: "Listening is not merely not talking...it means taking a vigorous, human interest in what is being told us. You can listen like a blank wall or like a splendid auditorium where every sound comes back fuller and richer.”―Alice Duer Miller

tributariesintl: "Listening is not merely not talking...it means taking a vigorous, human interest in what is being told us. You can listen like a blank wall or like a splendid auditorium where every sound comes back fuller and richer.”―Alice Duer Miller

MnMsnakes: Good manners are the techniques of expressing consideration for the feelings of others. Alice Duer Miller

MallaDuncan: "I have loved England, dearly and deeply, since that first morning, shining and pure, the white cliffs of Dover I saw rising steeply out of the sea that once made her secure." ~ Alice Duer Miller, 1941

Bragadin16: In a world where beauty is finished and dead, I would not wish to live. Alice Duer Miller

ReadusOrg: I went into a factory to earn my daily bread: Men said: "The home is woman's sphere." "I have no home," I said. — Alice Duer Miller, Are Women People? A Book of Rhymes for Suffrage Times

numbalum89: “It is among the commonplaces of education that we often first cut off the living root and then try to replace its natural functions by artificial means.” ~ Alice Duer Miller

heyyberv: when people say shit about modern feminists remind them that the suffragettes wrote and published things like this. an excerpt from Alice Duer Miller's book "Are Women People: A Book of Rhymes for Suffrage Times", June 12, 1915.

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vlok_andre: Genuine forgiveness does not deny anger but faces it head-on. Alice Duer Miller

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elliesteinmetz: I NEED someone to set excerpts of Alice Duer Miller’s “Are Women People?” for soprano, thx.

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tributariesintl: "Listening is not merely not talking...it means taking a vigorous, human interest in what is being told us. You can listen like a blank wall or like a splendid auditorium where every sound comes back fuller and richer.”―Alice Duer Miller

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snarya94: “If it’s very painful for you to criticize your friends — you’re safe in doing it. But if you take the slightest pleasure in it, that’s the time to hold your tongue.” – Alice Duer Miller “The best time to make friends is before you need them.” – Ethel Barrymore

WesternAU_AU101: I share my Birthday with Albert Namatjira (Aboriginal artist), Marcel Duchamp (French American Dadaist and Cubist), Richard Wright (Keyboardist), Robert Hooke (Philosopher), Beatrix Potter (Author), Alice Duer Miller (Poet), Lucy Burns (Suffragist), Earl Tupper (Entrepreneur)...

JamesGeary: They could not get it through their heads / That if they stayed tucked up in beds / Avoiding politics and strife / They’d lead a pleasant, peaceful life. —Alice Duer Miller

jkaufmanCaritas: Ever heard of poet and journalist Alice Duer Miller? Well, you should know whom she was . . .

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The Rock Of Rubies, And The Quarry Of Pearls
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Some ask'd me where the rubies grew,
And nothing I did say :
But with my finger pointed to
The lips of Julia.
Some ask'd how pearls did grow, and where ;
Then spoke I to my girl,
To part her lips, and show'd them there
The quarelets of Pearl.
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