A young Apollo, golden-haired, Stands dreaming on the verge of strife, Magnificently unprepared For the long littleness of life.
Now we know nothing, nothing is richer now Because of all he was. O friend we have loved Must it be thus with you?---and if it must be How can men bear laboriously to live?
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|Birth:||30th March, 1886|
|Death:||19th August, 1960|
Frances Crofts Cornford was an English poet; because of the similarity of her Christian name and her husband's, she was known to her family before her marriage as "FCD" and after her marriage as "FCC" and her husband Francis Cornford was known as "FMC". Her father Sir Francis Darwin, a son of Charles Darwin, yet another 'Francis', was known to their family as "Frank", or as "Uncle Frank".
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