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 William Allingham - “If any foes of mine are there, I pardon every oneI hope that man and womankind will do the same by me.”
 William Allingham - “If any foes of mine are there, I pardon every one I hope that man and womankind will do the same by me.”
 William Allingham - “Now Autumn's fire burns slowly along the woods And day by day the dead leaves fall and melt.”
 William Allingham - “She danced a jig, she sung a song that took my heart away.”
 Margery Allingham - “Mourning is not forgetting... It is an undoing. Every minute tie has to be untied and something permanent and valuable recovered and assimilated from the dust.”
 William Allingham - “Autumn's the mellow time.”
 William Allingham - “Alas in winter, dead and dark, Where can poor Robin go”
 William Allingham - “Alas in winter, dead and dark,Where can poor Robin go”
 William Allingham - “Scarcely a tear to shed Hardly a word to say The end of a Summer's day Sweet Love is dead.”
 William Allingham - “Politeness costs nothing.. . . . Nothing, that is to him that shows it but it often costs the world very dear.”
 William Allingham - “Writing is learning to say nothing, more cleverly each day.”
 Doug Allingham - “In original discussions, we were talking about an elevated system. They are not huge adjustments but there are adjustments that would have to be made. They have set aside some money.”
 William Allingham - “And in a chair well-known My mother sat, and did not tire With reading all alone. If I should make the slightest sound To show that I'm awake, She'd rise, and lap the blankets round, My pillow softly shake Kiss me, and turn my face to see The shadows on the wall, And then sing Rousseau's Dream to me, Till fast asleep I fall.”
 Margery Allingham - “once to get my meaning down, once to put in anything I have left out, once to take out anything that seems unnecessary, and once to make the whole thing sound as if I have only just thought of it.”
 William Allingham - “Scarcely a tear to shedHardly a word to sayThe end of a Summer's daySweet Love is dead.”
 William Allingham - “But this is not my little bed That time is far away With strangers now I live instead, From dreary day to day.”
 William Allingham - “But this is not my little bedThat time is far awayWith strangers now I live instead,From dreary day to day.”
 William Allingham - “And in a chair well-knownMy mother sat, and did not tireWith reading all alone.If I should make the slightest soundTo show that I'm awake,She'd rise, and lap the blankets round,My pillow softly shakeKiss me, and turn my face to seeThe shadows on the wall,And then sing Rousseau's Dream to me,Till fast asleep I fall.”
 William Allingham - “Oh, bring again my heart's content, Thou Spirit of the Summer-time”
 William Allingham - “Oh, bring again my heart's content,Thou Spirit of the Summer-time”
 William Allingham - “I believe in Success, And in Comfort no less I believe all the rest is but patter.”
 William Allingham - “A man who keeps a diary pays, Due toll to many tedious days But life becomes eventful - then, His busy hand forgets the pen. Most books, indeed, are records less Of fulness than of emptiness.”
 William Allingham - “I always get back to the question, is it really necessary that men should consume so much of their bodily and mental energies in the machinery of civilized life The world seems to me to do much of its toil for that which is not in any sense bread. Again, does not the latent feeling that much of their striving is to no purpose tend to infuse large quantities of sham into men's work''”
 Margery Allingham - “Chemists employed by the police can do remarkable things with blood. They can weave it into a rope to hang a man.”
 William Allingham - “Four ducks on a pond, A grass-bank beyond, A blue sky of spring, White clouds on the wing What a little thing To remember for years - To remember with tears”

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