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Posted by: GHTown (
Date: April 08, 2000 07:47AM


I am new this site. It looks very interesting, and I probably will return to it often.

I am have searching for the poem which contains the following line: \"A man\'s reach should always exceed his grasp/Or, what\'s a Heaven for.\" I think it is poem by either Robert Burns, or Robert Browning. But I might be wrong. It is a beautiful line, and I\'d love to read the whole poem. Can anyone help me?



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Posted by: Katie (
Date: April 09, 2000 11:21PM

Hi there,

auspiciously I just read this poem for the first time about a month ago. It\'s from Robert Browning\'s \"Andrea Del Sarto,\" lines 97-99 or thereabouts. Lovely poem. Enjoy!


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