Treasure Island

Edmund Vance Cooke

(1866-1932 / USA)

Requiescat In Pace


The man who fears to go his way alone,
But follows where the greater number tread,
Should hasten to his rest beneath a stone;
The great majority of men are dead

Submitted: Tuesday, October 05, 2010
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