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Tuesday, July 05, 2005

If there are bounds to any man

For more on the theme "If there are bounds to any man."
the title of a poem by H. MacDiarmid in Scots-English with a translation to French, by the chap in the photo, please click and visit Poems by H.MacDiarmid-Bilingual English-French

You will find a host of other subjects raised by Little Big Mac-Diarmid to comment upon via the above link.

Personal Motto: "To thine own self be true..."
Shakespeare, Hamlet.

when expanded begins in a very weblog controversial manner in Polonius' advice to his son:

"Give thy thoughts no tongue,
nor any unproproportioned thought his act"
and terminates:
"And this above all "To thine own self be true..."
And it must follow as the night follows the day,
Thou canst not then be false to any man."

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