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Even Echo speaks not on these radiant moors

"Even Echo speaks not on these radiant moors"

- Barry Cornwall

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This quote is a reflection on the appeal of nature and the power of silence. The speaker is suggesting that even the mythical figure of Echo, who was known for her capability to repeat the words of others, is rendered speechless by the charm of the moors. The speaker is in awe of the charm of the moors, and is recommending that the appeal of nature is so powerful that it can even silence the most talkative of creatures. The speaker is likewise recommending that the beauty of nature is so powerful that it can even motivate a sense of reverence and wonder in those who witness it. The quote is a suggestion to value the charm of nature and to put in the time to appreciate the power of silence.

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Barry Cornwall This quote is written / told by Barry Cornwall between November 21, 1787 and October 5, 1874. He was a famous Poet from England. The author also have 11 other quotes.

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