A still small voice spake unto me,
“Thou art so full of misery,
Were it not better not to be?”
Then to the still small voice I said;
‘Let me not cast in endless shade
What is so wonderfully made.’

Alfred, Lord Tennyson (1809-1892) English poet
“The Two Voices,” st. 1-2 (1842)

 
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