William Ernest Henley
Kate-A-Whimsies, John-A-Dream - Poem by William Ernest Henley
Still debating, still delay,
And the world’s a ghost that gleams –
Wavers – vanishes away!
We must live while live we can;
We should love while love we may.
Dread in women, doubt in men…
So the Infinite runs away.
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