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Maria Anna Calamia <[log in to unmask]>
Mon, 6 Mar 2000 23:07:49 PST
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What thou lovest well remains,
                              the rest is dross
What thou lov'st well shall not be reft from thee
What thou lov'st well is thy true heritage
Whose world, or mine or theirs
                         or is it of none?
Someone told me that the line "What thou lovest well remains,
                              the rest is dross"
comes from a Cavalcanti poem. Does anyone know which one or where I can find
the reference?
Thank you
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