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deductionbot: You'll be a perfect wife, just like in that poem of Coventry Patmore.

luvcorez: 2. House Angel: You'll be a perfect wife, just like in that poem of Coventry Patmore.

HourlyMartha: House Angel: You'll be a perfect wife, just like in that poem of Coventry Patmore. Diary 1: Mother told me, Martha you should be complaisant, compassionate and utterly selfless, a house angel. But I don't want that.

deductionbot: You'll be a perfect wife, just like in that poem of Coventry Patmore.

Quotes2RemindU: To him that waits all things reveal themselves provided that he has the courage not to deny in the darkness what he has seen in the light. -Coventry Patmore

EqualiSource: The Angel in the House by English poet Coventry Patmore, reinforced the image of wives as devoted, domestic, and submissive; 1854-1862)

CarlMcColman: "...in the higher Communion, the night of thought is the light of perception." Coventry Patmore

HourlyMartha: House Angel: You'll be a perfect wife, just like in that poem of Coventry Patmore. Diary 1: Mother told me, Martha you should be complaisant, compassionate and utterly selfless, a house angel. But I don't want that.

publichistory: Today years old when I learned about an English poet of the Victorian era named Coventry Patmore, or more properly Coventry Kersey Dighton Patmore (1823-1896). I made a little meme for him, though I don't necessarily subscribe to this idea. I mean, I desire to fly, but ...

HourlyMartha: House Angel: You'll be a perfect wife, just like in that poem of Coventry Patmore. Diary 1: Mother told me, Martha you should be complaisant, compassionate and utterly selfless, a house angel. But I don't want that.

deductionbot: You'll be a perfect wife, just like in that poem of Coventry Patmore.

HourlyMartha: House Angel: You'll be a perfect wife, just like in that poem of Coventry Patmore. Diary 1: Mother told me, Martha you should be complaisant, compassionate and utterly selfless, a house angel. But I don't want that.

AaronOne_1: “Those who know God know that it is quite a mistake to suppose that there are only five senses.” —Coventry Patmore

HourlyMartha: House Angel: You'll be a perfect wife, just like in that poem of Coventry Patmore. Diary 1: Mother told me, Martha you should be complaisant, compassionate and utterly selfless, a house angel. But I don't want that.

HourlyMartha: House Angel: You'll be a perfect wife, just like in that poem of Coventry Patmore. Diary 1: Mother told me, Martha you should be complaisant, compassionate and utterly selfless, a house angel. But I don't want that.

HourlyMartha: House Angel: You'll be a perfect wife, just like in that poem of Coventry Patmore. Diary 1: Mother told me, Martha you should be complaisant, compassionate and utterly selfless, a house angel. But I don't want that.

HourlyMartha: House Angel: You'll be a perfect wife, just like in that poem of Coventry Patmore. Diary 1: Mother told me, Martha you should be complaisant, compassionate and utterly selfless, a house angel. But I don't want that.

deductionbot: You'll be a perfect wife, just like in that poem of Coventry Patmore.

MBudha: 'The Spirit's Depths' by Coventry Patmore, (1823 – 1896) Not in the crisis of events Of compass'd hopes, or fears fulfill'd, Or acts of gravest consequence, Are life's delight and depth reveal'd. The day of days was not the day; That went before, or was postponed …

luvcorez: 2. House Angel: You'll be a perfect wife, just like in that poem of Coventry Patmore.

TeamShivrit: NIMRIT DESERVES TROPHY To him that waits all things reveal themselves, provided that he has the courage not to deny, in the darkness, what he has seen in the light. - Coventry Patmore..

Beomgya: Here, in this little bay, full of tumultuous life and great repose. Where twice a day, the purposeless, glad ocean comes and goes under the high cliffs and far from the huge town. I sit me down. (Coventry Patmore)

GKCdaily: It is unsportsmanlike to call spies from the ends of the earth, as it is to call spirits from the vast deep in a story that does not imply them from the start. And this because the supply is infinite; and the infinite, as Coventry Patmore well said, is generally alien to art.

Godgift64107811: To him that waits all things reveal themselves, provided that he has the courage not to deny, in the darkness, what he has seen in the light. -Coventry Patmore 15 YEARS OF SID IN ITV

HourlyMartha: House Angel: You'll be a perfect wife, just like in that poem of Coventry Patmore. Diary 1: Mother told me, Martha you should be complaisant, compassionate and utterly selfless, a house angel. But I don't want that.

BanquetSubstack: What poets from before say, the twentieth century, are currently in disfavor, and are worthy of (re)discovery? I'll go first: Coventry Patmore (No, not for Angel in the House--for Unknown Eros)

Quotes2RemindU: To him that waits all things reveal themselves provided that he has the courage not to deny in the darkness what he has seen in the light. -Coventry Patmore

luvcorez: 2. House Angel: You'll be a perfect wife, just like in that poem of Coventry Patmore.

deductionbot: You'll be a perfect wife, just like in that poem of Coventry Patmore.

HourlyMartha: House Angel: You'll be a perfect wife, just like in that poem of Coventry Patmore. Diary 1: Mother told me, Martha you should be complaisant, compassionate and utterly selfless, a house angel. But I don't want that.

preraphgarden: "In dim recesses Hyacinths droop'd, And breadths of Primrose lit the air." - Coventry Patmore, The Angel in the House (1854) The Hedger by John Brett, 1860

LionofJudah444: To one who waits all things reveal themselves, so long as you have the courage not to deny in the darkness what you have seen in the Light. ~ Coventry Patmore

HourlyMartha: House Angel: You'll be a perfect wife, just like in that poem of Coventry Patmore. Diary 1: Mother told me, Martha you should be complaisant, compassionate and utterly selfless, a house angel. But I don't want that.

schizogenicbot: Coventry Patmore, was full display.

TykeemGadsden0: "The promises of God are samples of what is promised; as a handful of wheat is of the barn." -- Coventry Patmore

deductionbot: You'll be a perfect wife, just like in that poem of Coventry Patmore.

HourlyMartha: House Angel: You'll be a perfect wife, just like in that poem of Coventry Patmore. Diary 1: Mother told me, Martha you should be complaisant, compassionate and utterly selfless, a house angel. But I don't want that.

HourlyMartha: House Angel: You'll be a perfect wife, just like in that poem of Coventry Patmore. Diary 1: Mother told me, Martha you should be complaisant, compassionate and utterly selfless, a house angel. But I don't want that.

HourlyMartha: House Angel: You'll be a perfect wife, just like in that poem of Coventry Patmore. Diary 1: Mother told me, Martha you should be complaisant, compassionate and utterly selfless, a house angel. But I don't want that.

NathanFrancis__: “To one who waits, all things reveal themselves so long as you have the courage not to deny in the darkness what you have seen in the light.” Poems:

PetloverHermine: 26Nov/1896: Coventry Patmore, English poet and literary critic, dies in Lymington, Hants. at age 73.

luvcorez: 2. House Angel: You'll be a perfect wife, just like in that poem of Coventry Patmore.

luvcorez: 2. House Angel: You'll be a perfect wife, just like in that poem of Coventry Patmore.

luvcorez: 2. House Angel: You'll be a perfect wife, just like in that poem of Coventry Patmore.

HourlyMartha: House Angel: You'll be a perfect wife, just like in that poem of Coventry Patmore. Diary 1: Mother told me, Martha you should be complaisant, compassionate and utterly selfless, a house angel. But I don't want that.

deductionbot: You'll be a perfect wife, just like in that poem of Coventry Patmore.

deductionbot: You'll be a perfect wife, just like in that poem of Coventry Patmore.

ClarkUndead: Who named their kid Coventry Patmore?

HourlyMartha: House Angel: You'll be a perfect wife, just like in that poem of Coventry Patmore. Diary 1: Mother told me, Martha you should be complaisant, compassionate and utterly selfless, a house angel. But I don't want that.

deductionbot: You'll be a perfect wife, just like in that poem of Coventry Patmore.

tropicjacobite: For want of me the world's course will not fail: When all its work is done, the lie shall rot; The truth is great, and shall prevail, When none cares whether it prevail or not." Coventry Patmore. (2/2)

HourlyMartha: House Angel: You'll be a perfect wife, just like in that poem of Coventry Patmore. Diary 1: Mother told me, Martha you should be complaisant, compassionate and utterly selfless, a house angel. But I don't want that.

SandmanSimonds: Wow this poem The Angel in the House by Coventry Patmore is atrocious

HourlyMartha: House Angel: You'll be a perfect wife, just like in that poem of Coventry Patmore. Diary 1: Mother told me, Martha you should be complaisant, compassionate and utterly selfless, a house angel. But I don't want that.

deductionbot: You'll be a perfect wife, just like in that poem of Coventry Patmore.

luvcorez: 2. House Angel: You'll be a perfect wife, just like in that poem of Coventry Patmore.

deductionbot: You'll be a perfect wife, just like in that poem of Coventry Patmore.

TTibaq: Coventry Patmore: What the world, which truly knows nothing, calls ‘mysticism’ is the science of ultimates,...the science of self-evident Reality, which cannot be ‘reasoned about,’ because it is the object of pure reason or perception. (via Underhill)

HourlyMartha: House Angel: You'll be a perfect wife, just like in that poem of Coventry Patmore. Diary 1: Mother told me, Martha you should be complaisant, compassionate and utterly selfless, a house angel. But I don't want that.

luvcorez: 2. House Angel: You'll be a perfect wife, just like in that poem of Coventry Patmore.

luvcorez: 2. House Angel: You'll be a perfect wife, just like in that poem of Coventry Patmore.

Magdarine: "Mr. [Coventry] Patmore did not on the whole like my poems, was unconverted to them…AND WHAT DOES ANYTHING AT ALL MATTER?…I am in great weakness." (Gerard Manley Hopkins to Robert Bridges, 1884)

HourlyMartha: House Angel: You'll be a perfect wife, just like in that poem of Coventry Patmore. Diary 1: Mother told me, Martha you should be complaisant, compassionate and utterly selfless, a house angel. But I don't want that.

CarlMcColman: "In the higher Communion, the night of thought is the light of perception." Coventry Patmore

HourlyMartha: House Angel: You'll be a perfect wife, just like in that poem of Coventry Patmore. Diary 1: Mother told me, Martha you should be complaisant, compassionate and utterly selfless, a house angel. But I don't want that.

AllSoulsPriory: God usually answers our prayers so much more according to the measure of His own magnificence, than of our asking, that we do not recognize His benefits to be those for which we sought Him. Coventry Patmore

HourlyMartha: House Angel: You'll be a perfect wife, just like in that poem of Coventry Patmore. Diary 1: Mother told me, Martha you should be complaisant, compassionate and utterly selfless, a house angel. But I don't want that.

superglosh: The Angel in the House," Coventry Patmore RALPHGAIL ST20NGER TOGETHER

HourlyMartha: House Angel: You'll be a perfect wife, just like in that poem of Coventry Patmore. Diary 1: Mother told me, Martha you should be complaisant, compassionate and utterly selfless, a house angel. But I don't want that.

koozbane: “God usually answers our prayers so much more according to the measure of His own magnificence, than of our asking, that we do not recognize His benefits to be those for which we sought Him.” Coventry Patmore

johnhsather: 3/Some little, sensible, individual touch from the hand of our Lord may convert the heart more than the contemplation of His death for us." ... Coventry Patmore (1823-1896), The Rod, the Root, and the Flower [1895]

HourlyMartha: House Angel: You'll be a perfect wife, just like in that poem of Coventry Patmore. Diary 1: Mother told me, Martha you should be complaisant, compassionate and utterly selfless, a house angel. But I don't want that.

deductionbot: You'll be a perfect wife, just like in that poem of Coventry Patmore.

luvcorez: 2. House Angel: You'll be a perfect wife, just like in that poem of Coventry Patmore.

pete_lighthouse: This Day's Thought 9th September 2022 God usually answers our prayers so much more according to the measure of His own magnificence, than of our asking, that we do not recognize His benefits to be those for which we sought Him. Coventry Patmore

hayesstack: God usually answers our prayers so much more according to the measure of His own magnificence, than of our asking, that we do not recognize His benefits to be those for which we sought Him. Coventry Patmore

HourlyMartha: House Angel: You'll be a perfect wife, just like in that poem of Coventry Patmore. Diary 1: Mother told me, Martha you should be complaisant, compassionate and utterly selfless, a house angel. But I don't want that.

EqualiSource: The Angel in the House by English poet Coventry Patmore, reinforced the image of wives as devoted, domestic, and submissive; 1854-1862)

HourlyMartha: House Angel: You'll be a perfect wife, just like in that poem of Coventry Patmore. Diary 1: Mother told me, Martha you should be complaisant, compassionate and utterly selfless, a house angel. But I don't want that.

jonathanrbailey: Nature fulfilled by grace is not less natural, but is supernaturally natural. —Coventry Patmore

HourlyMartha: House Angel: You'll be a perfect wife, just like in that poem of Coventry Patmore. Diary 1: Mother told me, Martha you should be complaisant, compassionate and utterly selfless, a house angel. But I don't want that.

luvcorez: 2. House Angel: You'll be a perfect wife, just like in that poem of Coventry Patmore.

BSharan_6: Wow! I never knew, Coventry Patmore's 'The Toys' was a so very Christian poem!

luvcorez: 2. House Angel: You'll be a perfect wife, just like in that poem of Coventry Patmore.

deductionbot: You'll be a perfect wife, just like in that poem of Coventry Patmore.

luvcorez: 2. House Angel: You'll be a perfect wife, just like in that poem of Coventry Patmore.

luvcorez: 2. House Angel: You'll be a perfect wife, just like in that poem of Coventry Patmore.

HourlyMartha: House Angel: You'll be a perfect wife, just like in that poem of Coventry Patmore. Diary 1: Mother told me, Martha you should be complaisant, compassionate and utterly selfless, a house angel. But I don't want that.

HourlyMartha: House Angel: You'll be a perfect wife, just like in that poem of Coventry Patmore. Diary 1: Mother told me, Martha you should be complaisant, compassionate and utterly selfless, a house angel. But I don't want that.

HourlyMartha: House Angel: You'll be a perfect wife, just like in that poem of Coventry Patmore. Diary 1: Mother told me, Martha you should be complaisant, compassionate and utterly selfless, a house angel. But I don't want that.

HourlyMartha: House Angel: You'll be a perfect wife, just like in that poem of Coventry Patmore. Diary 1: Mother told me, Martha you should be complaisant, compassionate and utterly selfless, a house angel. But I don't want that.

GZarella: Good morning. "To him that waits all things reveal themselves, provided that he has the courage not to deny, in the darkness, what he has seen in the light." ~ Coventry Patmore 7/23/1873 English Poet

Book_Addict: Happy birthday to English poet Coventry Patmore (July 23,1823), author of the poem "The Angel in the House" (1854) et al.

luvcorez: 2. House Angel: You'll be a perfect wife, just like in that poem of Coventry Patmore.

deductionbot: You'll be a perfect wife, just like in that poem of Coventry Patmore.

HourlyMartha: House Angel: You'll be a perfect wife, just like in that poem of Coventry Patmore. Diary 1: Mother told me, Martha you should be complaisant, compassionate and utterly selfless, a house angel. But I don't want that.

luvcorez: 2. House Angel: You'll be a perfect wife, just like in that poem of Coventry Patmore.

WestCoastAroma: Grant me the power of saying things too simple and sweet for words.  Coventry Patmore

EqualiSource: The Angel in the House by English poet Coventry Patmore, reinforced the image of wives as devoted, domestic, and submissive; 1854-1862)

HourlyMartha: House Angel: You'll be a perfect wife, just like in that poem of Coventry Patmore. Diary 1: Mother told me, Martha you should be complaisant, compassionate and utterly selfless, a house angel. But I don't want that.



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