Busy work brings after ease; / Ease brings sport and sport brings rest; / For young and old, of all degrees, / The mingled lot is best.
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Source Notes: “Rhymes,” Fugitive Verses, 1790
Joanna Baillie (1762-1851), poetess and dramatist.
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