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accidentlwriter: “There are two different kinds, I believe, of human attraction: One which simply disturbs, unsettles, and makes you uneasy, And another that poises, retains, and fixes and holds you.” - Arthur Hugh Clough Sigh. Why did I need to see this now? Like I’m not emo enough already.

welfordwrites: Thou shalt not covet; but tradition approves all forms of competition. Arthur Hugh Clough

welfordwrites: Thou shalt not steal; an empty feat when it’s so lucrative to cheat. Arthur Hugh Clough

Yani03495310: Better to fight and lose, than never to fight at all. (Arthur Hugh Clough)

chennaimotorist: “If hopes were dupes, fears may be liars.” - Arthur Hugh Clough Love hopeful lines.

welfordwrites: Thou shalt not covet; but tradition approves all forms of competition. Arthur Hugh Clough

welfordwrites: Thou shalt not steal; an empty feat when it’s so lucrative to cheat. Arthur Hugh Clough

ObscurityRemain: "O let me love my love unto myself alone, And know my knowledge to the world unknown, No witness to the vision call, Beholding, unbeheld of all..." ~Arthur Hugh Clough

dbrh____: "There are two different kinds, I believe, of human attraction: One which simply disturbs, unsettles, and makes you uneasy, And another that poises, retains, and fixes and holds you." Arthur Hugh Clough Which one do you prefer?

welfordwrites: Thou shalt not covet; but tradition approves all forms of competition. Arthur Hugh Clough

welfordwrites: Thou shalt not steal; an empty feat when it’s so lucrative to cheat. Arthur Hugh Clough

fraveris: "December days were brief and chill, The winds of March were wild and drear, And, nearing and receding still, Spring never would, we thought, be here". ~Arthur Hugh Clough (painting: Frederick Horsman Varley)

JohnCleaner1: Anne Jemima Clough, (born Jan. 20, 1820, Liverpool—died Feb. 27, 1892, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, Eng.), English educator and feminist who was the first principal of Newnham College, Cambridge. She was the sister of poet Arthur Hugh Clough.

TonyLea17: "Better a daisy in earth than a dahlia cut and gathered, Better a cowslip with root than a prize carnation without it." --- Arthur Hugh Clough

welfordwrites: Thou shalt not covet; but tradition approves all forms of competition. Arthur Hugh Clough

welfordwrites: Thou shalt not steal; an empty feat when it’s so lucrative to cheat. Arthur Hugh Clough

lancaster_words: We welcome Sunday with Arthur Hugh Clough's It Fortifies My Soul to Know.

SimonDuring: Arthur Hugh Clough, Selected Poems. Clough is the Victorian poet whom those who don’t like Victorian poetry do like. He’s oddly modern: a legacy of his 1848 revolutionary inclinations. Conversational a la Browning; progressive a la the young Wordsworth; sceptical a la Byron...

jwmpulpit: Say not 'the struggle nought availeth; And as things have been they remain.' And not by eastern windows only, When daylight comes, comes in the light, In front the sun climbs slow, how slowly! But westward, look! the land is bright. Arthur Hugh Clough

trishhalligan: I hope that all this positivity has a knock on effect. We badly need change here too. '... And not by eastern windows only, When daylight comes, comes in the light, In front the sun climbs slow, how slowly, But westward, look, the land is bright.' (Arthur Hugh Clough)

shukla_janhvi: There are two different kinds, I believe, of human attraction: One which simply disturbs, unsettles, and makes you uneasy, And another that poises, retains, and fixes and holds you. ~Arthur Hugh Clough

AWanderingIrish: "And almost every one when age, Disease, or sorrows strike him, Inclines to think there is a God, Or someone very like him." Arthur Hugh Clough quoted in M C Beaton’s ‘Death of a Sweep’

JoanneCSpencer: “Say not the struggle nought availeth,      The labour and the wounds are vain, The enemy faints not, nor faileth,      And as things have been they remain.” -BY ARTHUR HUGH CLOUGH

AjitPaiFCC: "And not by eastern windows only, When daylight comes, comes in the light, In front the sun climbs slow, how slowly, But westward, look, the land is bright." — Arthur Hugh Clough

welfordwrites: Thou shalt not covet; but tradition approves all forms of competition. Arthur Hugh Clough

welfordwrites: Thou shalt not steal; an empty feat when it’s so lucrative to cheat. Arthur Hugh Clough

SarcasmLiving: The highest political buzz word is not liberty, equality, fraternity or solidarity; it is service.      Arthur Hugh Clough

SarcasmLiving: The highest political buzz word is not liberty, equality, fraternity or solidarity; it is service Arthur Hugh Clough

helen_zidon: Say not the Struggle nought Availeth BY ARTHUR HUGH CLOUGH Say not the struggle nought availeth,      The labour and the wounds are vain, The enemy faints not, nor faileth,      And as things have been they remain.

NORTHTRENTON: Happy Birthday to Edward Dickinson (d. 1874), Guglielmo Libri Carucci Dalla Sommaja (d. 1869), Lionel Kieseritzky (d. 1853), Achille Guenee (d. 1880), George Bliss (d. 1868), Hong Xiuquan (d. 1864), William Gamble (d. 1866) and Arthur Hugh Clough (d. 1861).

urminaia: BD - Arthur Hugh Clough (Jan. 1, 1819 - Nov. 13, 1861). "Grace is given of god, but knowledge is bought in the market."

TheTShepherd: Today's Author Birthdays: Arthur Hugh Clough (1819; d.1861) Sir James [George] Frazer (1854; d.1941 Mariano Azuela (1873; d.1952) E[dward] M[organ] Forster (1879; d.1970) J[erome] D[avid] Salinger (1919;d.2010) Sembene Ousmane (1923; d.2007) Jean Ure (1943)

Book_Addict: Happy birthday to English poet Arthur Hugh Clough (January 1, 1819), author of the poem "Through a Glass Darkly" et al.

davidfrum: "For while the tired waves, vainly breaking Seem here no painful inch to gain, Far back through creeks and inlets making, Comes silent, flooding in, the main." - Arthur Hugh Clough. Be hopeful.

mojos55: In front, the sun climbs slow, how slowly, But westward… look, the land is bright. Arthur Hugh Clough

Gobi3C: If hopes were dupes, fears may be liars.Arthur Hugh Clough. 2021 year of hope and cheer!

scarthinbooks: "But westward, look, the land is bright." Arthur Hugh Clough

dylanfan8: Say not the Struggle - Arthur Hugh Clough (by Paul Scofield)

lalaniu34: There are two different kinds, I believe, of human attraction: One which simply disturbs, unsettles, and makes you uneasy, And another that poises, retains, and fixes and holds you. -Arthur Hugh Clough

SangeetGrowar: There are two different kinds, I believe, of human attraction by Arthur Hugh Clough There are two different kinds, I believe, of human attraction: One which simply disturbs unsettles, and makes you uneasy, And another that poises, retains, and fixes and holds you.

somequotesbot: "So in the sinful streets, abstracted and alone,I with my secret self held communing of mine own." - Arthur Hugh Clough

welfordwrites: Thou shalt not covet; but tradition approves all forms of competition. Arthur Hugh Clough

welfordwrites: Thou shalt not steal; an empty feat when it’s so lucrative to cheat. Arthur Hugh Clough

philiphutcheson: “I steadier step when I recall That, if I slip, Thou dost not fall.” —Arthur Hugh Clough (1818-1861)

SarcasmLiving: The highest political buzz word is not liberty, equality, fraternity or solidarity; it is service.      Arthur Hugh Clough

Schiyaa: There are two different kinds, I believe, of human attraction: One which simply disturbs, unsettles, and makes you uneasy, And another that poises, retains, and fixes and holds you. I have no doubt, for myself, in giving my voice for the latter. —Arthur Hugh Clough.

SonHaftaSonu: Say not the Struggle nought Availeth BY ARTHUR HUGH CLOUGH

lancaster_words: Good morning on Thursday. Let's start the day with Arthur Hugh Clough's optimistic Say Not the Struggle Nought Availeth.

HarlingReads: Say not the Struggle nought Availeth - Arthur Hugh Clough poem reading | Jordan Harling Reads

stmaryredcliffe: Poetry reading of the day Arthur Hugh Clough's 'The Latest Decalogue' read by Junior Churchwarden, Richard Wallace.

MaryamNizam1: There are two different kinds, I believe, of human attraction: One which simply disturbs, unsettles, and makes you uneasy, And another that poises, retains, and fixes and holds you. -Arthur Hugh Clough.

NeilKBrand: And not by eastern windows only, When daylight comes, comes in the light, In front the sun climbs slow, how slowly, But westward, look, the land is bright. Arthur Hugh Clough

jwmpulpit: And not by eastern windows only, When daylight comes, comes in the light, In front the sun climbs slow, how slowly! But westward, look! the land is bright. From a poem by Arthur Hugh Clough

AshwinGhimire: There are two different kinds, I believe, of human attraction: One which simply disturbs, unsettles, and makes you uneasy, And another that poises, retains, and fixes and holds you. --Arthur Hugh Clough

welfordwrites: Thou shalt not covet; but tradition approves all forms of competition. Arthur Hugh Clough

TheTLS: This week's letters to the Editor: Freud’s get-out-of-jail-free card, Arthur Hugh Clough, Derek Mahon, etc

TheTLS: The surprisingly modern Arthur Hugh Clough

welfordwrites: Thou shalt not steal; an empty feat when it’s so lucrative to cheat. Arthur Hugh Clough

pragati_dimri: There are two different kinds, I believe, of human attraction: One which simply disturbs, unsettles, and makes you uneasy, And another that poises, retains, and fixes and holds you. - Arthur Hugh Clough

doorzienigheid: 'If hopes were dupes, fears may be liars.' Arthur Hugh Clough

TheTLS: This week's letters to the Editor: Gender identities, Arthur Hugh Clough, Jeremy Corbyn’s legacy, etc

davidworswick1: Sung by the devil. A poem. “How Pleasant It Is to Have Money” by Arthur Hugh Clough. Born in Liverpool

Owl_Minerva2: There are two different kinds, I believe, of human attraction: One which simply disturbs, unsettles and makes you uneasy, And another that poises, retains, and fixes and holds you. ~Arthur Hugh Clough

jwmpulpit: Say not the struggle nought availeth, The labour and the wounds are vain, The enemy faints not..., And as things have been they remain. For while the tired waves, vainly breaking, Seem here no painful inch to gain, Far back through creeks..., From a poem by Arthur Hugh Clough

TheTLS: The surprisingly modern Arthur Hugh Clough

TheTLS: 'Clough’s poetry shows a nimble ironist who cut genuine pathos with bold deadpan bathos – they co-exist'

declanvarley: Sabina Higgins has recorded a reading of the poem "Say Not The Struggle Nought Availeth" by Arthur Hugh Clough, as a message of encouragement to everyone to keep heeding the public health advice, and stop the spread of the Covid19 virus.

TheTLS: The surprisingly modern Arthur Hugh Clough

plowmanj3: 'Tis better to have fought and lost, Than never to have fought at all. - Arthur Hugh Clough

ClarkeMicah: 3/3 Poem of the week:'...And not by eastern windows only, When daylight comes, comes in the light, In front the sun climbs slow, how slowly, But westward, look, the land is bright.' Arthur Hugh Clough

HornedPoet: "Westward, look! The land is bright!" - Arthur Hugh Clough (a timeless poetry delight brought to you by the Union Bank of Switzerland) :

JournoJohnK: “Thou shalt not kill; but needst not strive/     Officiously to keep alive...” Arthur Hugh Clough (1819-61) Can’t think why this quote popped into my head today.

HnyAli7: Say not the struggle nought availeth, The labour and the wounds are vain, The enemy faints not, nor faileth,  And as things have been they remain. - Arthur Hugh Clough

yarjan_baloch: Say not the struggle nought availeth, The labour and the wounds are vain, The enemy faints not, nor faileth, And as things have been they remain. -Arthur Hugh Clough ہے یاد مجھے نکتہ ء سلمان ء خوش آہنگ دنیا نہیں مردانء جفاکش کے لیے تنگ علامہ اقبا

welfordwrites: Thou shalt not covet; but tradition approves all forms of competition. Arthur Hugh Clough

wordsquotefact: Norton;equality 17290;The highest political buzz word is not liberty, equality, fraternity or solidarity it is service.;Arthur Hugh Clough;equality 17291;Dreams from 1991 are becoming reality. We will build good relations between nations and people. We will strive towards mutual

welfordwrites: Thou shalt not steal; an empty feat when it’s so lucrative to cheat. Arthur Hugh Clough

Killian_McCann: Arthur Hugh Clough (1819-1861)

AgeWait: Poetry for the Soul... 2: Take a Moment... just a Moment... Say not the Struggle - Arthur Hugh Clough (by Paul Scofield)

__Raghuvanshi__: 33“The highest political buzz word is not liberty, equality, fraternity or solidarity it is service.” Arthur Hugh Clough Keep Shining Rashami

drgregorytate: Today is publication day for my Arthur Hugh Clough volume. Please consider ordering it for your institution's library. If enough copies are ordered, there may be a (more affordable) paperback edition, and then: Clough for everyone!

intendtogether: “If hopes were dupes, fears may be liars.” Arthur Hugh Clough

jprapke: Ah! Yet Consider It Again! by Arthur Hugh Clough "Old things need not be therefore true," O brother men, nor yet the new; Ah! still awhile the old thought retain, And yet consider it again! The souls of now two thousand years…

almanacpodcast: The year was 1568, and we remember the curious utopian, Catholic, heretic, and freedom fighter against the Spanish, Tommasso Campanella. The reading is from Arthur Hugh Clough, “With Whom is No Variableness, Neither Shadow of Turning.”

welfordwrites: Thou shalt not covet; but tradition approves all forms of competition. Arthur Hugh Clough

welfordwrites: Thou shalt not steal; an empty feat when it’s so lucrative to cheat. Arthur Hugh Clough

NoDice_: "Do not adultery commit; advantage rarely comes of it."-Arthur Hugh Clough (1819-61) ‘The Latest Decalogue’ (1862)

welfordwrites: Thou shalt not covet; but tradition approves all forms of competition. Arthur Hugh Clough

welfordwrites: Thou shalt not steal; an empty feat when it’s so lucrative to cheat. Arthur Hugh Clough

brevanmcgattis: Seeking another and impossible birth That is not of your own, and only mother earth. But if there is no other life for you, Sit down and be content, since this must even do: He is not risen!" Arthur Hugh Clough, 'Easter Day'

somequotesbot: "A world where nothing is had for nothing." - Arthur Hugh Clough

cchazmo222: " Grace is given of God, but kn0owledge is bought in the market." - Arthur Hugh Clough

welfordwrites: Thou shalt not covet; but tradition approves all forms of competition. Arthur Hugh Clough

welfordwrites: Thou shalt not steal; an empty feat when it’s so lucrative to cheat. Arthur Hugh Clough

Itsjustbtbt: And not by eastern windows only, When daylight comes, comes in the light, In front the sun climbs slow, how slowly, But westward, look, the land is bright. “ - Arthur Hugh Clough

WordYouDontKnow: The highest political buzz word is not liberty, equality, fraternity or solidarity; it is service. ~ Arthur Hugh Clough

somequotesbot: "For while the tired waves vainly breakingSeem here no painful inch to gain,Far back, through creeks and inlets making,Comes silent, flooding in, the main." - Arthur Hugh Clough

welfordwrites: Thou shalt not covet; but tradition approves all forms of competition. Arthur Hugh Clough

izdr_: " IT fortifies my soul to know That though I perish, Truth is so; That howsoever I stray and range, Whate’er I do, Thou dost not change; I steadier step when I recall That if I slip, Thou dost not fall! " By Arthur Hugh Clough (1819–1861)



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