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Poem by Thomas Urquhart
Epigrams. The First Booke. ¹ 3. A brave spirit disdaineth the threats of Fortune
No man of resolution, will endure His liberty in Fortunes hands to thrall; For he’s not free, o’r whom she hath least pow’r: But over whom she hath no pow’r at all: Nor hath she any chaine, wherewith to bind, The inclination of a noble mind.
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