We love in others what we lack in ourselves, and would be everything, but what we are.
We grow like flowers, and bear desire, The odor of the human flowers.
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|Birth:||2nd July, 1825|
|Death:||12th May, 1903|
Richard Henry Stoddard was an American critic and poet. Richard Henry Stoddard was born on July 2, 1825, in Hingham, Massachusetts. His father, a sea-captain, was wrecked and lost on one of his voyages while Richard was a child, and the
lad went in 1835 to New York City with his mother, who had married again. He attended the public schools of that city.
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