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" The old ethical teaching was somewhat like this : " Are you very angry ? do not say anything unkind, but compose a poem. Is your best-beloved dead ? do not yield to useless grief, but try to calm your mind by making a poem. Are you troubled... "
In Ghostly Japan - Page 153
by Lafcadio Hearn - 1899 - 241 pages
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The Smith College Monthly, Volume 12

Study Aids - 1904
...Japan even more as a moral duty than as a mere literary act. One old ethical teaching was something like this : ' Are you very angry ? do not say anything unkind, but compose a poem . . . whatever injustice or misfortune disturbs you, put aside your resentment or your sorrow as soon...
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The Smith College Monthly, Volume 12

1904
...Japan even more as a moral duty than as a mere literary act. One old ethical teaching was something like this : ' Are you very angry ? do not say anything unkind, but compose a poem . . . whatever injustice or misfortune disturbs you, put aside your resentment or your sorrow as soon...
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The spell of Japan

Isabel Anderson - Japan - 1914 - 396 pages
...and to hold them, as if by magic, in a picture, on a vase, or in a delicate and wistful poem." " ' Do not say anything unkind, but compose a poem. Is...many things unfinished? Be brave, and write a poem to death. Whatever misfortune or injustice disturbs you, put aside your resentment or your sorrow as...
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The spell of Japan

Isabel Anderson - Japan - 1914 - 396 pages
...hold them, as if by magic, in a picture, on a vase, or in a delicate and wistful poem." " ' Do not $ay anything unkind, but compose a poem. Is your best-beloved...many things unfinished ? Be brave, and write a poem to death. Whatever misfortune or injustice disturbs you, put aside your resentment or your sorrow as...
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The Twentieth Century, Volume 59

Nineteenth century - 1906
...you angry? [says the teacher], do not say anything unkind, but compose a poem. Is your most beloved dead ? Do not yield to useless grief, but try to calm your mind by making a poem. . . . Whatever injustice or misfortune disturbs you, put aside your resentment or your sorrow as soon...
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