MURDER IN THE CATHEDRAL by Thomas St. Eliot

MURDER IN THE CATHEDRAL by Thomas St. Eliot

“We do not know very much of the future
Except that from generation to generation
The same things happened again and again.
Man learn little from others’ experience.
But in the life of one man, never
The same times returns. Sever
The cord, shed the scale. Only
The fool,fixed in his folly, may think
He can turn the wheel on which he turns.”

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