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Robert Browning

How sad and bad and mad it was—
But then, how it was sweet!
— Robert Browning, from “Confessions,” The Poems of Browning: Volume Four: 1862 – 1871. Edited by John Woolford, Daniel Karlin, & Joseph Phelan. (Routledge May 12th 2014)

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  1. It’s a saying like this that I’m reminded of all the trouble I’ve brought upon myself in life. Then I’d realize how foolish I was being because of those feelings. After an eternity or two, I’d finally toss my head up, and say, “$@#%!”

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