Things at the worst will cease, or else climb upward to what they were before.
 William Shakespeare, Macbeth (1623). copy citation

Author William Shakespeare
Source Macbeth
Topic blindness hope
Date 1623
Language English
Note Written between 1599 and 1606


“And do not know our selues: when we hold Rumor From what we feare, yet know not what we feare, But floate vpon a wilde and violent Sea Each way, and moue. I take my leaue of you:
Shall not be long but Ile be heere againe: Things at the worst will cease, or else climbe vpward, To what they were before. My pretty Cosine,
Blessing vpon you Wife. Father'd he is,
And yet hee's Father-lesse Rosse. I am so much a Foole, should I stay longer

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