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We can fly through the skyWeve walked on the moonexplored the ocean floor but nothing can compare to the dimensions of worlds unearthed in poetryPoetry allows the mind to go places its never been beforeRichard Henry Wilde was just one of the talented souls who posessedthe talent to take us thereto the unknown words of the heart Richard Henry Wilde was born September 241789 in DublinIrelandWilde the sixth of twelve children to Richard and Mary Newett Wilde Though he did not live there longhe still loved Ireland In december 1796 the whole family departed for BaltimoreMarylandUpon arrivalthough always sicklyRichard became worsePoor Richard was so weakhe was not expected to live Wilde lacked alot of formal education which caused wilde to spend all his life as a studentMost of Wildes knowledge was self taughtHe taught himself frenchitalianspanishbookeepinglawand a small portion of latin 1802a year that changed Wildes lifeAt a tender age of thirteen his father diedIt was also the year he moved to georgia to work to help support his familyWilde found employment at a store owned by an old family friendJohn CormickIn 1805 just two years after the rest of the Wildes family moved to Augusta Richard went to work for his mothers store In 1808 Wilde decieded law would be his professionWilde was forced to improve himselfhe laterto help founded the Thespian Society and Library Co of Augustawhich was a dramatics groupNear 1809 Wilde took his examinationIn March 1809 Judge Peter Early admitted Wilde to practice law and be part of the bar of South Carolina In the same year he was chose by Joseph Hutchinsona distinguishedAugusta lawyeras a partner In 1810 he was appointed to work at the second bank of the us in augustaAs a result of
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