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AscensionArcana: For milkmaids and queens and gipsy-princesses Dream and kiss blindfold or starve upon guesses. — Thomas Sturge Moore, "Reason Enough"

NORTHTRENTON: Happy Birthday to John Henry Wigmore (d. 1943), David W. Taylor (d. 1940), Eugene Cosserat (d. 1931), Jacob L. Beilhart (d. 1908), Thomas Sturge Moore (d. 1944), Boris Galerkin (d. 1945), Guy Wetmore Carryl (d. 1904), John H. Trumbull (d. 1961) and Mihaly Karolyi (d. 1955).

Book_Addict: Happy birthday to English writer and poet Thomas Sturge Moore (March 4, 1870), author of the 1906 play "Aphrodite against Artemis" et al.

triumphalpage: There is a poet to my mind much greater than Thomas Moore, and his name is Thomas Sturge Moore! A T. S. to be preferred to the other T. S. as well, I daresay.

gasfacebot: Thomas Sturge Moore gets the gasface

PatrickHawe: Published Valentine's day, 1928. Gilt decorations by Thomas Sturge Moore.

NORTHTRENTON: Happy Birthday to John Henry Wigmore (d. 1943), David W. Taylor (d. 1940), Eugene Cosserat (d. 1931), Jacob L. Beilhart (d. 1908), Thomas Sturge Moore (d. 1944), Boris Galerkin (d. 1945), Guy Wetmore Carryl (d. 1904), John H. Trumbull (d. 1961) and Mihaly Karolyi (d. 1955).

somequotesbot: "A sheep in sheep's clothing." - Thomas Sturge Moore

nicciobholzer: Box of Delights, written by John Masefield, who lived opposite his great friend, Thomas Sturge Moore in this Well W...

cowboycoleridge: For milkmaids and queens and gipsy-princesses Dream and kiss blindfold or starve upon guesses. Thomas Sturge Moore



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