Jack Gilbert was an American poet. He died last week. There’s a poem of his that I like called “Failing and Flying.”
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‘As for you, I bid you God speed. Be bold but logical, speculative but cautious, daringly courageous, but properly circumspect withal,’ etc., etc. — Samuel Butler, The Way of All Flesh
‘As for you, I bid you God speed. Be bold but logical, speculative but cautious, daringly courageous, but properly circumspect withal,’ etc., etc.
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