William Shakespeare quote about wind from The Winter's Tale - I am a feather for each wind that blows.
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I am a feather for each wind that blows.
 William Shakespeare, The Winter's Tale (1623). copy citation

Author William Shakespeare
Source The Winter's Tale
Topic wind feather
Date 1623
Language English
Note Written between 1610 and 1611
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“So to esteeme of vs: and on our knees we begge, (As recompence of our deare seruices Past, and to come) that you doe change this purpose, Which being so horrible, so bloody, must Lead on to some foule Issue. We all kneele
Leo. I am a Feather for each Wind that blows:
Shall I liue on, to see this Bastard kneele, And call me Father? better burne it now,
Then curse it then. But be it: let it liue.
It shall not neyther. You Sir, come you hither:” source

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