Looking at the poems of John Gray when I saw the tiniest rivulet of text meandering through the very largest meadow of margin... - Ada Leverson Quotes
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Quote:Looking at the poems of John Gray when I saw the tiniest rivulet of text meandering through the very largest meadow of margin, I suggested to Oscar Wilde that he should go a step further than these minor poets; he should publish a book all margin; full of beautiful, unwritten thoughts. - Ada Leverson Quotes
  


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