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PetloverHermine: 26Nov/1896: Poet Coventry Patmore dies in Lymington, Hampshire at age 73.

neurosocialself: ‘Tolerance .. can be a very one-sided bargain.’ Coventry Patmore bio of the poet:

amycote_: Consensus, though, that Goblins + Coventry Patmore make House 1 uninhabitable.

EnglishUrdulang: Poem 09 The Toys By Coventry Patmore

DurrellSociety: Coventry Kersey Deighton Patmore (1894) John Singer Sargent

DurrellSociety: 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, "Magna est Veritas"

DurrellSociety: The best lines of English poetry ever written were by Coventry Patmore: The truth is great and will prevail When none cares whether it prevail or not. And their true beauty resides in the fact that Patmore when he wrote them did not know what he meant. — Lawrence Durrell

glubokiy_boy: Can't believe I'm reading Coventry Patmore in 2020— biggest of Ls

DrDonHaas: “Nearly all of our disasters come from a few fools having the courage of their convictions.” Coventry Patmore (English poet, 1823-1896)

Mike438579088: 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

johnhsather: 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]

TheSpinGoddess: *Daily SPIN* "Love raises the spirit above the sphere of reverence & worship into one of laughter & dalliance." ~ Coventry Patmore

gyoung9751: The Toys - poem by Coventry Patmore at Kingdom Poets (D.S. Martin)

_tvorozhok: The truth is great, and shall prevail, When none cares whether it prevail or not. Coventry Patmore

hf_222222: Magna Est Veritas 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)

marialves53: Coventry Patmore by John Singer Sargent

bardonthehill: The Toys by Coventry Patmore

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 07/23/1823 English Poet

HunterStJamesIV: "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

BlueCrew86: 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

MelanieJaxn: "One fool will deny more truth in half an hour than a wise man can prove in seven years." ~ Happy birthday, Coventry Patmore

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

MaggieMackBooks: 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

apozoverde: “Nature fulfilled by grace is not less natural, but is supernaturally natural.” —Coventry Patmore, The Rod, the Root, and the Flower, p. 7.

Scholarfaisal: It was not like ur great and gracious ways! Do you, that have naught other to lament, Never, my Love, repent Of how, that July afternoon, You went, With sudden,unintelligible phrase, And frighten'd eye, Upon your journey of so many days [ Departure by Coventry Patmore ]

rmlangworth: Brand New Fake Churchill Calumnies: Cheddi Jagan! ”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 (1823-1896)

thesiskokid: 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

artistsargent: Coventry Patmore, 1894

HausofDupre_: No one is stopping you from being an Angel in the House mama, word to Coventry Patmore

CorTraditionis: 32. "A commonplace about men of genius is that they usually have religious dispositions. It would be strange were it otherwise, seeing that genius is nothing but the power of discerning the things of the spirit" Coventry Patmore: Religio Poetae

susan_raciti: "Great is his faith, who dares believe his own eyes." Coventry Patmore. Go to

johnhsather: 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]

jasmine_e_brady: but then: i transformed into Mrs Coventry Patmore on saturday night as a Special Treat. behold, my face mask-as-ribbon millais-adjacent masterpiece.

manalivehouston: "WITH all my will, but much against my heart, We two now part. My Very Dear, Our solace is, the sad road lies so clear. It needs no art, With faint, averted feet And many a tear, In our opposed paths to persevere. Go thou to East, I West." 'A Farewell' Coventry Patmore

JRingtoneR: 2 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) Goodnight!

johnhsather: 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]

planninganon: ‘Awww, anon you want to read Coventry Patmore to me? How sweet :)’

manalivehouston: And even through faith of still averted feet, Making full circle of our banishment, Amazed meet; The bitter journey to the bourne so sweet Seasoning the termless feast of our content With tears of recognition never dry. by Coventry Patmore

rusquen: “But sweeter yet than dream or song of Summer or Spring Are Winter’s sometime smiles, that seem to well From infancy ineffable” Coventry Patmore

rusquen: “I’ve lived to feel how pride may part Spirits, tho’ match’d like hand and glove” Coventry Patmore

rusquen: “...how passionate respect, Hid by itself, may bear the taint Of coldness and a dull neglect” Coventry Patmore

dublj32: "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

ValleyGirl1229: "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

Pistol480: "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

dp4SC: "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

AndrewBoggess: "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 Ⓒ 1996-2020 Heartlight, Inc. This material may not be reproduce…

RedMaistre: From De Natura Deorum by Coventry Patmore

xdisciplex10: Uncommon things must be said in common words / Coventry Patmore

joshdownsouth: “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

StudartCarolina: Boa noite Virginia Woolf (b. Jan 25, 1882) ... "whenever I felt the shadow of her wing or the radiance of her halo upon my page, I took up the inkpot and flung it at her. She died hard." Virginia Woolf. Re Coventry Patmore's The Angel in the House (Professions for Women, 1931

ScribalPriest: Fortunately for themselves and the world, nearly all men are cowards and dare not act on what they believe. Nearly all our disasters come of a few fools having the “courage of their convictions.” — Coventry Patmore

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RedMaistre: Uphold Coventry Patmore Thought

jwest_edm: “He does not rightly love himself Who does not love another more.” -Coventry Patmore

AkuSukaKacamata: “The Victorian poet, Coventry Patmore, a Catholic convert in 1864, 19 years after the ...

ladyvixenivy: “The Victorian poet, Coventry Patmore, a Catholic convert in 1864, 19 years after the ...

workwithNancyS: “The Victorian poet, Coventry Patmore, a Catholic convert in 1864, 19 years after the ...

RedMaistre: Three Teachers from Highschool Mr. Kelly Mr. Doosenberry Mr. Hamlan Poets Basil Bunting Coventry Patmore Allen Tate Philosophers/Theorists Saba Mahmood Geoffrey Waite Gillian Rose Prose Masters William Hazlitt

TiffanyRiebel: The Victorian poet, Coventry Patmore, a Catholic convert in 1864, he saw "natural objects through eyes that were clear and unclouded..." (page 57).

derekshank: "The work of the Church in the world is not to teach the mysteries of life, so much as to persuade the soul to that arduous degree of purity at which God Himself becomes her teacher. The work of the Church ends when the knowledge of God begins." -Coventry Patmore

ProfSJJames: this week's David Copperfield lecture referenced Samuel Smiles, Hegel, Ruskin, Coventry Patmore, 'George Brown drunk is a better man than Harold Wilson sober', Bleak Expectations and Mean Girls, one day I will be a grown-up academic but clearly not yet....

jbrandonmeeks: “Sanctity is not the negation of passion but its order.” ~Coventry Patmore

jbrandonmeeks: “When the Tempter can no longer persuade us to our destruction by representing unclean things as clean, he perpetually harasses us, and endeavors to delay our progress by representing clean things as unclean.” ~Coventry Patmore

Alvut_Trevor: It is one thing to be blind, and another to be in darkness. Coventry Patmore

Alvut_Trevor: One fool will deny more truth in half an hour than a wise man can prove in seven years. Coventry Patmore

hf_222222: This is, despite its scholarly popularity, the *worst* way to do history. "The truth is great, and shall prevail, When none cares whether it prevail or not" (Magna Est Veritas - Coventry Patmore).

bardonthehill: Magna Est Veritas by Coventry Patmore

joshimio: Men have been known to lightly turn the corner of a street, And days have grown to months, and months to lagging years, Ere they have looked in loving eyes again. Parting, at best, is underlaid With tears and pain. — Coventry Patmore

MichaelMcGough3: A quote for non-baseball fans in D.C. (from Coventry Patmore): "The ardor chills us which we do not share."

Forord: When I encounter a name like Coventry Patmore, I don't know if it's the name of a Victorian poet or a Netflix series

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somequotesbot: "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 prevailWhen none cares whether it prevail or not." - Coventry Patmore

CorTraditionis: ...who, as St. Augustine says, 'are God's beasts.'" Coventry Patmore: The Rod, The Root & the Flower

a_siab: ONLY A WOMAN “ She loves with love that cannot tire: And if, ah, woe ! she loves alone, Through passionate duty love flames higher, As grass grows taller round a stone.” Coventry Patmore. ( 1823-1896)

Sayhitomyhandle: And we were in that seldom mood When soul with soul agrees, Mingling, like flood with equal flood, In agitated ease. —Coventry Patmore, “The Rosy Bosom’d Hours”

Faust89823700: shrine; Again I gazed where, on the boat, Her shadow mix'd with mine. Coventry Patmore

artistsargent: Coventry Patmore, 1894

WesLong33838570: “It is easy to love when we feel that we are worthy of love, impossible otherwise. A perfect intention, failing only through ignorance, is alone worthiness.” - Coventry Patmore (The Rod, the Root, and the Flower [London: George Bell, 1895]: 38.)

Gnatleech: “Fortunately for themselves and the world, nearly all men are cowards and dare not act on what they believe. Nearly all our disasters come of a few fools having the ‘courage of their convictions’”- Coventry Patmore, “Aurea Dicta”

KyleGreenham: (From The Rod, the Root and the Flower by Coventry Patmore)

KyleGreenham: "Good and truth only differ as fire and flame." -Coventry Patmore

DodgsonDiaries: Aug 1, 1855: [read] Coventry Patmore’s Angel in the House: it contains much deep thought, much beautiful language, and is entirely original in style, which I think is its chief merit, its chief feature being quaintness: the verse occasionally degenerates into undeniable prose.

michaelpsycho: "Nearly all our disasters come from a few fools having the 'courage of their convictions.'" - Coventry Patmore

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

davidchamm: Thought for Today: "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 (1823-1896) English Poet

briosclan: 付箋 The Angel in the House by Coventry Patmore ′He was married 3 times, but dedicated the poem to his 1st wife, Emily Augusta′ …

watchingeye: JULY TWENTY-THIRD Richard Gibson died 1690. Charlotte Cushman born 1816. Coventry Patmore born 1823. I do not ask, O Lord, that life may be A pleasant road; I do not ask that thou would'st take from me Aught...

GKChestertron: Mr. Coventry Patmore (say) another.

furkanduisbumm: “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

medevoto: Not that this refutes anything the Rabbi is saying (worth a read) but as one of the handful of readers of the entire Angel in the House poem by Coventry Patmore--it isn't about motherhood, much.

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

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