Jacobus Revius

(1586-1658 / Netherlands)

Two Ways


Ashen is between white and black,
Tough is between soft and hard,
Tepid is a property between hot and cold.
But between curse and blessedness
there is no byway which divides them.
One must flee that which the other must have.

Submitted: Tuesday, October 19, 2010
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