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Woman

From The Sun, October 5, 1913.

Chaucer calls her an angel who truth and grace imparts.
Shakespeare says her looks are books, academies and arts.
Tom Moore says she is fickle, Byron calls her fiend,
Swinburne hails her eyes as veils, wherein her soul lies screened.

Know well these bards! Then doubt, who can,
She is the mirror of the man.

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