Quotes with cowards
In misfortune we often mistake dejection for constancy; we bear it without daring to look on it; like cowards, who suffer themselves to be murdered without resistance.
Cowards die many times before their deaths, The valiant never taste of death but once.
Julius Caesar (II, ii, 32-37)
We do not go to cowards for tender dealing; there is nothing so cruel as panic; the man who has least fear for his own carcase, has most time to consider others.
Aes Triplex (1878)