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I have often thought that if a well-grounded affection be not really a part of virtue, it is something extremely akin to it.

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I have often thought that if a well-grounded affection be not really a part of virtue, it is something extremely akin to it. - Robert Burns

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Author's Biography:
Name: Robert Burns
Born: 25 January 1759. Died: 21 July 1796
Profession: Poet | Lyricist |


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