Aaron Hill Quotes

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Aaron Hill


Don't call the world dirty because you forgot to clean your glasses.

Aaron Hill


Trust me--with women worth the being won, The softest lover ever best succeeds.

Aaron Hill


Deceit is the false road to happiness; and all the joys we travel through to vice, like fairy banquets, vanish when we touch them.

Aaron Hill


Mischief and malice grow on the same branch of the tree of evil.

Aaron Hill


She who means no mischief does it all.

Aaron Hill


Letters, from absent friends, extinguish fear, Unite division, and draw distance near; Their magic force each silent wish conveys, And wafts embodied though, a thousand ways: Could souls to bodies write, death's pow'r were mean, For minds could then meet minds with heav'n between.

Aaron Hill


Tender-handed stroke a nettle, And it stings you for your pains; Grasp it like a man of mettle, And it soft as silk remains. 'Tis the same with common natures: Use 'em kindly, they rebel; But be rough as nutmeg-graters, And the rogues obey you well.

Aaron Hill


The man who pauses on the paths of treason, Halts on a quicksand, the first step engulfs him.

Aaron Hill


Union of hearts, not hands, does a marriage make, and sympathy of mind keeps love awake.

Aaron Hill


Let never man be bold enough to say, Thus, and no farther shall my passion stray: The first crime, past, compels us into more, And guilt grows fate, that was but choice, before.

Aaron Hill


Joys, which we do not know, we do not wish.

Aaron Hill


Let shining Charity adorn your zeal, The noblest impulse generous minds can feel.

Aaron Hill


The man with but one idea in his head is sure to exaggerate that to top-heaviness, and thus he loses his equilibrium.

Aaron Hill


First, then, a woman will, or won't, - depend on't; If she will do't, she will; and there's an end on't. But, if she won't, since safe and sound your trust is, Fear is affront: and jealousy injustice.

Aaron Hill


Shame on those breasts of stone that cannot melt in soft adoption of another's sorrow.

Aaron Hill