The tygers of wrath are wiser
than the horses of instruction.
We must set up a strong present tense against
all rumors of wrath, past and to come.
?Ralph Waldo Emerson
But when I breath with the birds, The
spirit of wrath becomes the spirit of
blessings, And the dead begin from
their dark to sing in my sleep.
Men often make up in wrath
what they want in reason.
?William R. Alger
Great innovators and original thinkers and
artists attract the wrath of mediocrities
as lightning rods draw the flashes.
WRATH, n. Anger of a superior quality
and degree, appropriate to exalted
characters and momentous occasions; as,
"the wrath of God," "the day of wrath,"
etc. . . .