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Thomas Moore

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A genuine odyssey is not about piling up experiences. It is a deeply felt, risky, unpredictable tour of the soul.

— Thomas Moore


Body exercise is incomplete if it focuses exclusively on muscle and is motivated by the ideal of a physique unspoiled by fat.

— Thomas Moore


Socrates and Jesus, two teachers of virtue and love, were executed because of the unsettling, threatening power of their souls, which was revealed in their personal lives and in their words.

— Thomas Moore


It is only through mystery and madness that the soul is revealed

— Thomas Moore

#mystery #philosphy #soul #mystery

It may help us, in those times of trouble, to remember that love is not only about relationship, it is also an affair of the soul.

— Thomas Moore

#soul #tragedies #life

Earth has no sorrow that heaven cannot heal.

— Thomas Moore


Go where we may, rest where we will, Eternal London haunts us still.

— Thomas Moore

#sentimental #london

Finding the right work is like discovering your own soul in the world.

— Thomas Moore

#finding #like #own #right #soul

There's nothing half so sweet in life as love's young dream.

— Thomas Moore

#love #dreams

Love doesn't demand perfection, but it does ask you to give yourself with less reserve than you'd prefer.

— Thomas Moore

#perfection #life

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A Poem with Songs (December 1831)
Irish Antiquities (The Times 5 March 1832)
From the Hon. (The Metropolitan Magazine August 1832)
Verses to the Poet Crabbe's Inkstand (The Metropolitan Magazine August 1832)
Tory Pledges (The Times 30 August 1832)
Song to the Departing Spirit of Tithe (The Metropolitan Magazine September 1832)
The Duke is the Lad (The Times 2 October 1832)
St. They met at Chalk Farm but the duel was interrupted by the arrival of the authorities and they were arrested.

In his lifetime he was often referred to as Anacreon Moore. He was responsible with John Murray for burning Lord Byron's memoirs after his death. Thomas Moore (28 May 1779 – 25 February 1852) was an Irish poet singer songwriter and entertainer now best remembered for the lyrics of The Minstrel Boy and The Last Rose of Summer.

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