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Patience, though I have not
The thing that I require,
I must of force, God wot,
Forbear my most desire;
For no ways can I find
To sail against the wind.

Patience, do what they will
To work me woe or spite,
I shall content me still
To think both day and night;
To think and hold my peace,
Since there is no redress.

Patience, withouten blame,
For I offended nought,
I know they know the same,
Though they have changed their thought.
Was ever thought so moved
To hate that it hath loved?

Patience of all my harm,
For fortune is my foe;
Patience must be the charm
To heal me of my woe.
Patience without offence
Is a painful patience.


Sir Thomas Wyatt

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The bottom line is it's all taxpayers money, and the main thing was to get it done. This was two hea...
BILL WYATT
The new laws reflect the diversity of issues that states must deal with. Some legislatures only meet...
BILL WYATT
When you're an athlete, you've got the horse blinders on pretty thick. Your exploration of o...
WYATT RUSSELL
A man falls in love through his eyes, a woman through her ears.
WOODROW WYATT
A man falls in love through his eyes, a woman through her ears.
WOODROW WYATT
I think we have a very strong pool of applicants this year.
BROOKE WYATT