About William Kean Seymour:
William Kean Seymour was a British writer, by profession a bank manager. He was a poet and critic, novelist, journalist and literary editor.
Do not be too sure, young fellows, That you are better than your ancestors.
Kindness is goodness hidden in the heart More often than declared in speech.
Kindness is in a prison till it finds Release in words or deeds.
I eat you, life; you make me living eat.
This I have known, and these have come again With echoing happiness in heart and brain; Time standing still, surrendering to me Beauty that otherwise would cease to be.
In a cool solitude of trees Where leaves and birds a music spin, Mind that was weary is at ease, New rhythms in the soul begin.