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Poem by Thomas Urquhart
Epigrams. The First Booke. ¹ 10. Why the world is at variance
Each man hath his owne sense, and apprehension, And faith wherein he lives: but from this ill, That each hath his owne will, springs all dissension; For that all men agree, their lackes but will: Warres never raging in so shrewd a cace: But that, if men were pleas’d, would turne to peace.
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